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Peer Productions

Peer Productions

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South Hill Park, Ringmead, Bracknell, RG12 7PA

Peer Productions’ vision is to use theatre to genuinely change young people’s lives.
Founded in 2006, Peer Productions is an award winning youth arts charity specialising in combining high quality arts practice with peer education. Each year we reach 15,000 young people across the South East of England, enabling them to change the way they think and to make positive life choices. Our work is made with, by and for young people and focuses on three interlinked strands of Identity, Crime Prevention and Health.
We have developed a unique approach whereby young people are at the centre of every stage of the creative process. We use peer education and theatre to empower three separate groups of beneficiaries: young peer educators, disadvantaged project participants and young audience members.

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Progress Theatre

Progress Theatre

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To become a Member or for more information email membership@progresstheatre.co.uk.
Progress Theatre is located close to the University campus, not far from the centre of Reading. It has its own car park and is also easily served by buses Red 9, and Claret 20, 20A and 21. Doors open at 7.15, and there is a licensed bar.
Contact: enquiries@progresstheatre.co.uk or via our website or social media

Purley Players

Purley on Thames

Comedy, Panto, Murder Mystery evenings
Age Range: 16-74
Rehearsals: Wednesday
Contact: Email: info@purleyplayers.org.uk or mail@purleyplayers.org.uk

Quince Players


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The Quince Players are based in the Cordes Hall, Sunninghill - having been resident since 1945!
Affectionately known as the ‘QPs’, we traditionally stage three shows each year: a pantomime in January and plays in May and September. Rehearsals are normally twice a week, (Tuesdays and Thursday evenings), with an occasional Sunday afternoon for good measure. ,br>There are around 150 members - a mixture of adults and juniors - and new members are always welcome as there are plenty of things to get involved in. Don't worry if being on stage is not your thing, QP's can find a job for everyone. No special skills are necessary, just bags of enthusiasm and a bit of spare time to give.
QPs support the local community and ahead of each production the show director nominates a local charity to benefit from some of the performance proceeds.
The QPs pride themselves in putting on great shows performed to the highest possible standard.
I invite you not to just take our word for it, but to come along and see our next show or pop in to an Open Evening!
Contact email quinceplayers@live.co.uk
Publicity quinceplayerspublicity@live.co.uk
Box Office - 01344 874200

Read College

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Since 2001, Read College has been providing Foundation Training for students wishing to pursue a career in the Performing Arts, whether purely as an actor or as a ‘triple-threat’ musical theatre performer. Our intensive vocational courses are unique in their approach, with students able to study full-time on our 2 Year Vocational 6th Form in Performing Arts, One Year Foundation Course in Musical Theatre or our One Year Foundation Course in Acting.
Contact: admin@rdtc.org.uk

Reading Male Voice Choir

Reading Male Voice Choir

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Male voice choir in Berkshire, England with a unique and varied repertoire. Our objective is to entertain, raise funds for charities while enjoying ourselves.

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Reading Operatic Society


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Reading Studio

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Home of @ReadingRep / Training programme for performing artists at Reading College / Provider of education and outreach workshops

Reading University Drama Society (RUDS)

Reading University Drama Society (RUDS)

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Reading University Drama Society offers great entertainment on campus for students, by students!
RUDS isn’t just for Theatre students, it's for anybody who loves seeing shows, acting, dancing, singing or just meeting new people over a shared interest.

If performing isn’t your cup of tea then we’re always on the look out for technical types to join our team. Lighting, sound, costume and stage design, we welcome you all as these are vital areas of our productions.

Members get great benefits such as
- Discounted prices to RUDS productions
- Eligibility for free or discounted theatre trips to London and the surrounding area
- Theatre skills workshops and technical training
- Great socials organised on your behalf based on your interests

If you want to say "hi" or ask questions, email us at committee@ruds.co.uk and we'll be happy to hear from you!

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Red Hot Theatre



Theatre Group based in Maidenhead, Berkshire

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Riverside Players
Riverside Players

Old Windsor

Riverside Players is a friendly group based in Old Windsor, Berkshire, UK. We were formed in 1960 with the aim of producing a wide range of amateur productions. We usually perform three shows a year, a play in March, a musical or play in June and a pantomime in December. We rehearse every Monday and Thursday evening at 8pm in Old Windsor. We are affiliated to NODA (National Operatic and Dramatic Association).

If you are interested in joining us, either onstage or backstage then please contact us through the website www.riversideplayers.com or email info@riversideplayers.com

Rose Tinted Productions


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Royal Berks and Battle Hospital Troup


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Royal Berkshire Academy


Plays and Musical Theatre youth
Rehearsals: Saturday during term time
Contact mail@royalberksacademy.com

Russell Player


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Shinfield Players Theatre

Shinfield Players Theatre


Whitley Wood Lane, Shinfield, Reading, Berkshire RG2 9DF

We were founded in 1956 by a local group of actors and enthusiasts who performed in Village and Church Halls . In 1971 the Shinfield Players purchased its current home at an auction held by the Ministry of Defence, when the Royal Air Force left the site to make way for the Met. College. The building had originally been a NAAFI , known as the Eagle Club.
It has been developed over the years into a fully equipped and progressive venue for the dramatic arts.

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Shining Lights


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Silchester Players

Silchester Players

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Silchester, Basingstoke

The Silchester Players are an amateur dramatics group performing in Silchester, north Hampshire.
The Silchester Players is a vibrant, active amateur dramatics group in north Hampshire. This award-winning group perform a variety of productions every year from comedies and pantomimes, to thrillers and whodunnits, and revues and Old Tyme Music Halls. We have a varied membership from the local community and all sorts of backgrounds, and welcome anyone from 10 years upwards.
Amateur dramatics isn’t just about performing – a whole team of people with different skills come together to make a successful production. If you can act, paint, dance, do DIY, sing, sew, design or have technical skills then we have a place for you.

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Sonning Village Players


Pearson Hall, Pearson Road, Sonning on Thames, READING, Berkshire RG4 0UL
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Ascot, Sunninghill and Sunningdale area

SPOTLIGHTS MUSICAL THEATRE GROUP (formerly known as Sunningdale Savoy Chorus) is a friendly musical theatre society. We perform 1 main show each year, 2 autumn and 2 winter concerts and other concerts commissioned by local people and organisations. We perform our main show, usually in July, at the beautiful Rose Theatre at St.Mary’s School, Ascot. We perform inventive G&S every 3 years and non G&S musicals in between. Our recent productions have included The Merry Widow, The Godfather’s Gondoliers and Calamity Jane. Our next production is Salad Days.
Type: Musical Theatre
Age Range: All age ranges
Rehearsals: Mondays (and Wednesdays nearer our productions)
Cheapside Village Hall (rehearsal venue), Cheapside Road, Cheapside, Ascot SL5 7QH
on Monday nights at 20.00.
You’ll be made very welcome and have lots of fun!!
All are welcome and men with deep voices and young people are particularly welcome.

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Workshops With West End Professionals

Stage-ed offer a variety of Drama, Performance, or Revision workshops specifically structured to suit your needs and compliment your scheme of work. We will come along to your school and bring your chosen text to life – whether it is offering direction or performance techniques to help your Drama students, or helping to enthuse your English Literature students giving them greater understanding of plot, themes, or characters – we have a workshop ready. We also have a selection of really fun, confidence boosting workshops for primary school children – just get in touch and we’ll let you know what we can offer.

These guys put as much in to their workshops as they put in to their performance on stage - I would recommend their workshops to any school - Willy Russell.

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Starmaker Theatre Company



Reading's premier youth theatre company. Many famous faces have passed through our doors over the last 25 years
Starmaker Theatre Company is a youth Theatre Company formed in 1988. It serves the young people of Berkshire by enabling them to gain experience in the performing arts. The Company enjoys a thriving acting membership of some seventy young performers ranging from ten to twenty-five years of age. Members meet three times a week to work on the current productions with additional workshops in dance, drama and song.
Starmaker Theatre Company is a registered Charity No. 801294
Contact costumes@starmakeruk.org
Box Office boxoffice@starmakeruk.org

Steppin Out


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Steppin Out was launched for children in Berkshire to develop and encourage their love of performing arts.
With the support of talented teachers we have classes in Drama, Street Dance, Jazz, Tap, Singing, Musical Theatre, an adult choir, Pop Singing and termly specialist workshops with leading industry experts. These have included Stage Fighting and Combat, Les Miserables, Shrek, Legally Blonde, Costume Making, Mamma Mia, acting for TV, Outreach projects from Read College and PPA and a workshop with Carl Tracy from Nickelodeon, to name some of our favourites!
Some of our Steppin Out students are currently performing professionally in the West End runs of Billy Elliot, Les Miserables and Matilda. We have also had children appear at Her Majesty's Theatre in London,the NSPCC advert, the DFS advert for christmas,the Great Western TV advert, for Sky TV, Microsoft and Ballooniville for Cbeebies, also our talented students are well regular performers at The Hexagon Theatre and South Hill Park Theatre professional productions and pantomimes.
We are consistently asked by local colleges to perform in their student final year films and many of our students have taken part in these.
This year is no exception with children performing at The May Fayre in Wokingham, The Woodley Carnival, The Ascot Races and filming for one of our patrons Matthew Stirling. This is for Matthew's one man show to be screened at the Fortune Theatre in London's West End and will be filmed at Beaconsfield Model Village.
We offer 1-2-1 coaching for students who excel or perhaps just need some extra help. We also offer an optional theatre trip several times a year and an annual show for all students.

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SWMTC - Slough, Windsor & Maidenhead Theatre Company

536 Ipswich Road, Slough Trading Estate, Slough, Berkshire SL1 4EQ

Slough Windsor and Maidenhead Theatre Company (S.W.M.T.C.) has it's origins way back in 1953 when a group of like minded performers in the Slough area came together. The group first met at the Orchard school (now the West Wing Theatre) and the rest, as they say, is history! Some 57 years later we are still going strong and attracting performers from all over the East Berkshire and West London areas. We are a friendly and sociable group who put on two major musical performances a year.
Formerly Slough and District Operatic Society and laterly Slough Musical Theatre Company, as of November 2008, to reflect our work in the Maidenhead theatre community and also the diverse area our membership is from, we became ... Slough, Windsor and Maidenhead Theatre Company.
We welcome performers from the age of 16 to 60+ who have a love of theatre and want to learn and gain experience taking part in some very challenging shows. Alternatively, if you have an interest in backstage work, we would also like to hear from you too.
We currently rehearse on Monday and Wednesday evenings from 8pm to 10pm at 536 Ipswich Road, Slough Trading Estate, Slough, Berkshire SL1 4EQ
During "resting" periods between shows, we have a regular social scene with various activities being organised by various members of the committee and society. We also take part in community events in the local area taking musical theatre to different venues.
(Chairman) : Chairman@swmtc.co.uk or (Secretary) : info@swmtc.co.uk

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