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New Greenham Arts

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Abingdon Touring Theatre


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Abingdon Operatic Society


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Aldermaston Players


Their current troupe of players are a collection of villagers and their friends who put on musical shows, plays and revues to raise funds for the up keep of the Parish Hall ... as well as providing an excellent evening of food and entertainment.
Contact info@aldermastonplayers.co.uk

Artemis Studios


Artemis Studios is an Ofsted registered private performing arts facility, casting space and agency. We offer training to performers of all ages. Current and graduate students can be seen in the West End and in film and television.
Our studios in Bracknell town centre (easily reached by foot, car, train or bus) are open Monday to Saturday for courses and Sunday private rehearsal. By using our own dedicated space, we can ensure that the environment is stimulating as well as safe.
With extensive experience in the Performing Arts sector, Artemis Studios is a dynamic performing arts school that provides dance, drama and music tuition to clients aged 3.5 to adult throughout the Berkshire and Greater London area.
Contact info@artemis-studios.co.uk

Basingstole Amateur Operatic Society


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Beaconsfield Musical & Operatic Society - BMOS

Beaconsfield Musical & Operatic Society - BMOS

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Rehearsals are usually at 8pm on Mondays and Thursdays in the Curzon Centre in Maxwell Road, New Beaconsfield.
We currently stage two shows each year; one before Easter and the other in mid-October.
Our members are lively, dedicated and dynamic and always welcome newcomers.

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Behind You Productions


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Berkshire Theatre School

Berkshire Theatre School

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The Forest School, Robin Hood Lane, Winnersh, Wokingham, Berkshire RG41 5NE

Performance Art Theatre
Outstanding training for young performers, taught by top industry professionals. Singing, dancing & acting.

Contact: info@berkshiretheatrecompany.co.uk or via our website or social media

Blewbury Players

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The Blewbury Players present a wide range of Plays, Operas, Recitals, Poetry readings, Revues, Musicals, Dance, Workshops, Talks and other creative and performance events of the highest standard with and for the community. Why not get involved or join our audience at our next production?
Contact blewburyplayers@gmail.com

Boundary Players

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With a history dating back to 1952, the Boundary Players are well established in the Tadley area.
Our home is based in the 272-seat William Penney theatre located on the AWE Recreational Society site We perform 3 plays per season with a balanced mix of farces, dramas, thrillers and comedies.
New members are always welcome and are able to try their hand in any capacity, be it backstage, technical, set-construction, or...ACTING!
Check our website for further details.
Contact: Publicity Officer publicity@boundaryplayers.co.uk
Box Office: 0794-7295826 or email tickets@boundaryplayers.co.uk

Binfield Bards


Terrace Road, Binfield, United Kingdom, RG42 4JF

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Box Theatre Company

New Geenham Arts

The Box Theatre Company was formed in 1993 with one aim - to bridge the gap between amateur and professional theatre in the area, by providing committed amateurs and aspiring professionals with opportunities to produce challenging drama within the framework of a professionally operated Theatre Company. We aim to produce innovative, quality theatre for the West Berkshire area. All members live locally, and are united in their desire to promote the development of local theatre and drama.
The Box Theatre Company wishes to provide opportunities for committed local people to become involved in all areas of theatre. We are always keen to recruit new members, for on or off stage roles, and invite any interested people to contact us via website.

Burghfield and Sulhamstead Players

Sulhamstead, Reading

We are a small friendly group who meets at The Sulhamstead Village Hall.
We are always looking for new members....so if you are interested, no matter what...whether it be onstage or backstage, please give us a call or bsplayers@btinternet.com

BYP Theatre Group


We are a very friendly group who rehearse at St Michaels church hall, Tilehurst, Reading on Sundays. Age ranges from 8 tp 70 years old Everyone is welcome. We perform 2-4 shows a year and our next production is Fame at the Kenton theatre in Henley
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Caversham Park Theatre


Did you ever act in a school play? Did you ever wish you were Sean Connery or Marilyn Monroe? Then do something dramatic. Add a bit of drama to your life. Do something theatrical!
Have you ever imagined yourself suspended 20ft above a cage of lions watching the rope fray?
Do you enjoy groping in the dark, skulking in a blackout, making rude noises or blowing things up?
If the answer to any of the above is yes then you are either already in a drama group or should join Caversham Park Theatre. On stage or back stage, novice or old ham we welcome everyone.We meet at 8pm in the Youth Wing of The Milestone Centre, Milestone Way Precinct, Caversham, Reading, RG4 6PF, located at the junction of Northbrook Rd and Lowfield Rd
If you would prefer to make contact with us one before turning up please Contact us via our website or social media

Colnbrook Amateur Stage Theatre - CAST & CAST Academy



Contact us via webmaster@cast-online.org.uk
Secretary secretary@cast-online.org.uk
Whether you are new to the world of theatre, or have years of experience, either on stage or behind the scenes, you will be welcomed at CAST. Why not pop along to Colnbrook Village Hall on a Monday or Thursday evening from 8pm to 11pm and meet the team?
CAST Academy is youth section for those 10 to 18yrs.

Community of Hungerford Theatre Company



The Community of Hungerford Theatre Company exists "to foster and develop interest and participation in amateur live theatre in the community of Hungerford and the surrounding area".
Starting as the 'Town Show' in late 1978, There are now five sections to the company.
The Young Performers - ages 6 to 8 years : one production per year, usually at Easter..
The Hungerford Children's Theatre - ages 8 to 13 years: one production per year, usually in July.
The Hungerford Youth Theatre - ages 14 to 21 years: one production per year.
The Players - adult drama group. : one or more production per year.
The Town Show - annual musical staged every February Half Term in The John O' Gaunt Community & Technical College for more than 30 years! Recent productions - The King & I, Blitz!, Hello, Dolly!, Flower Drum Song, Annie Get Your Gun, Happy as a Sandbag, Salad Days, Scrooge, Oliver. Everyone from 8 years to 80 is welcome to take part. No audition required to join the company - but we do have auditions for the principal roles.
Anyone living locally who would like to be involved whether as a performer, in production, costume or set design etc would be more than welcome and should contact the following:- Email: secretary@hungerfordtheatrecompany.co.uk

Compton Players

Compton Players

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Compton, Newbury

We are an amateur dramatic group based in Compton, West Berkshire. North of Newbury, South of Oxford.
Email: chair@comptonplayers.co.uk

Cranbourne Amateur Dramatic Society


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Crowthorne Amateur Theatrical Society - CATS

Crowthorne Amateur Theatrical Society - CATS

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Parish Hall, Heath Hill Road South, Crowthorne, Berks, RG45 7BN

Crowthorne Amateur Theatrical Society was founded in May 1978, following an initial meeting in November 1977, to "provide theatre and theatrical presentations for the people of Crowthorne and the surrounding area". Aided by a grant of £25 from Bracknell District Council, the Society put on it's first play, Fool's Paradise by Peter Coke, in October 1978. Since then we have prospered, staging many highly successful shows.
The CATS' philosophy is that just because we are amateur it doesn't mean our shows need be "amateur" too, so we always strive to stage the best shows possible, in a dedicated and professional way, but also to always have a good time while we are doing it.
We always stage at least two shows a year: usually our Spring production is in April or May, and our Pantomime is at the beginning of December. Between these, we are usually involved (in some way or other) with the Crowthorne Carnival, as well as often staging a smaller summer show. Pantomimes are usually great fun for all involved, and our Spring productions have gained a reputation locally for being ambitious, but highly successful, and we have a reputation for imaginatively overcoming the many obstacles our lack of resources impose upon us.
As well as the shows, we have a number of other dramatic activities. Amongst these are theatre workshops, demonstrations by various specialists, theatre trips, and so on.....
Last, but by no means least, we are a very social Society. After meetings members often congregate in a local pub, and we have various organised Social events throughout the year, such as meals out, barbecues, quiz nights, car treasure hunts, etc.
We meet every Wednesday in either the Parish Hall or the Methodist Hall in Crowthorne, and we also have extra rehearsals (by arrangement), for cast members, only in the weeks leading up to a show. We always try to ensure everyone is involved and everyone has fun, and that those working behind the scenes are recognised as much as those "in the limelight" on stage. The hardest work (and the most fun) is often had by those working backstage, in the jobs that are not as visible as being on stage but of real importance to any show's success.

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Crowthorne Musical Players

Crowthorne Musical Players

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CMP was formed in 1950 by members of the Parish Church and since that time has performed many musical shows at various venues. Early performances were concerts and revues in local halls, progressing to pantomimes and light opera. Since the 1970s the society has produced at least one major Broadway or West End musical every year. Originally these were staged at Edgbarrow School, but since 1989 have been performed in the Wilde Theatre at South Hill Park.
Recent productions have included Witches of Eastwick, Sister Act, Made in Dagenham, and 9 to 5 The Musical.

The society meets for rehearsals at 8pm Monday and Thursday evenings at the Crowthorne Parish Hall on Heath Hill Road. As well as the ‘big musical’ and our Autumn Show, we also perform a Christmas Carol Concert in either the Parish Hall or Morgan Centre. We pride ourselves on being a very friendly society and, besides the serious business of performing; we also have social events like Race Nights and an annual Quiz evening.

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