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The Birmingham Actors Meetup Group


*Are you interested in Acting?
*Do you want to learn the tricks of the trade?
*Do you want to meet local professionals who can help you achieve your goals?
This group is open to all - whether you have acted before or not. It is for people who would like to practice acting techniques for film and theatre. As a writer and director I will be developing scripts which we can use to practice; with the goal of producing independant films and theatre productions based in Birmingham. The plan of the group is to have regular workshops, practice acting technigues, run through scripts and much more. The group will also have events were you can socialize with people who share similar interests. This is a great place to promote Birmingham talent.
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The Circle Players

The Circle Players



The Circle Players is a non-professional drama group, performing three plays a year.
Our rehearsals are held at Great Barr Methodist Church, on Tuesday evenings, between 8.00pm and 10.30 pm. For those not directly involved with any current production, we hold workshops, from time to time, and we are always ready to welcome prospective new members to our informal, friendly group.
Fancy joining us? Please contact us at thecircleplayers@hotmail.com

The Crescent Theatre & Youth Theatre


Sheepcote Street, Birmingham B16 8AE

Many people join the Crescent to "tread the boards". If you want to be considered for a part, you should attend one of the auditions for the production. These usually take place around ten to twelve weeks before the opening night. There are usually two or three auditions for a production, sometimes more, but if you cannot attend on any of the dates, you should contact the director and see if it is possible to arrange to see him or her on another occasion.
If you are fortunate enough to get a part, you will normally find yourself committing up three evenings a week to attending rehearsals up to the technical rehearsal and probably almost every night from then until the production closes. You also need to allow a realistic amount of time to learn lines. A director will normally ask for "books down" after about three or four weeks from the first rehearsal and, if you are not reasonably confident with your lines by then, you will find rehearsals heavy going and relatively unproductive.
If you don’t feel ready to go for a Main House production, consider auditioning for one of the half dozen or so Studio Productions that take place during the year. These are usually on a much smaller scale than Main House shows and generally run for only a shorter period of time
The Crescent Youth Theatre works with young people aged 11 - 19. We run weekly workshops on Saturday’s during term time, and 2 weeks of drama summer school in August.
Anyone aged 11-19 is welcome to apply for Membership of the Youth Theatre.
Each group has a major production; CYTS perform for 4 evenings and a matinee in March and CYTJ perform for a matinee and 2 evenings in June. There are also other performance opportunities throughout the year.
Rehearsals for the major productions take place during usual workshop hours, and technical, dress rehearsals and a few extra Sunday rehearsals are held outside of workshop hours.
For more details and pictures from the Crescent Youth Theatre’s past performances please refer to our website
Joining the youth theatre will give you an opportunity to work in a fully operational, functioning and busy theatre. You will have the opportunity to act, direct and learn all the elements of crew and back stage work. As a member of CYT you will get discounted ticket to all the Crescent Theatre’s ‘in-house’ productions and will also have the opportunity to audition to perform for the Crescent Theatre’s own productions or work back stage on these projects.

The Lane Theatre Company (Amateur Group)


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The Shakespeare Institute Players


The Shakespeare Institute Players is the dramatic society of the post-graduate students of The Shakespeare Institute (part of the University of Birmingham). Registered students are automatically members and the membership can vote to allow alumni or other outside people to join the Players (but they have no voting rights and cannot hold office). There are elections for new officers (President, Secretary, and Treasurer) in the Autumn Term and the group produces approximately 3 plays a year: one in each term. Although the most popular playwright is Shakespeare, productions of non-Shakespearian plays have been produced, as have the works of modern playwrights. It is up to the membership to vote on production proposals each term to see which play is performed.
The Players have been around under many different names since The Shakespeare Institute has existed. The first recorded production was: A Yorkshire Tragedy (Unknown Author) performed as The Shakespeare Institute Dramatic Society. It was performed in February 1953.
Since then, the group has had many different names, but the most commonly used name (and the one by which it is currently known) is The Shakespeare Institute Players.

Theatre Ark


Theatre Ark produces live theatre performances of an excellent standard, and meets at fortnightly sessions in the city centre. They are led and mentored by theatre professionals and are an offshoot company of Big Brum Theatre Company. Their last project was a site-specific video installation at A E Harris, 'The Name of Action', which explored the lives of young people in Birmingham using Shakespeare text.
The members, all aged 14-20 years, are responsible for the productions and they are also training to take on full responsibility for the running of the whole organisation - the finance, planning, policy-making, fund-raising, programming, marketing - everything! Each member is fiercely committed to making this a professional theatre company of the future.
'Watch out for Theatre Ark because this is an example of Birmingham’s future which we should all try to support. If ever there’s a group to watch it’s these youngsters. ' Steve McCabe, MP
For enquiries about Theatre Ark, please contact:
Ceri Townsend
0121 464 4606 or 07533 456 387

Tinkers Farm Opera



Typical programme: One show annually in April/May (2014 'Kismet' - we are very short of members and would welcome enquiries), G.& S., operetta, occasional opera.
Usual venue: Crescent Theatre, Sheepcote Street, Birmingham B16 8AE. Website: www.crescent-theatre.co.uk Box Office Tel. 0121 643 5858
Rehearsal venue: Allens Cross Community Association, Tinkers Farm Road, Northfield, Birmingham B31 1RH.
Rehearsal days: Chorus Thursday, 7.30. Principals Monday, 7.30. Occasional Sunday afternoons nearer show.
Contact e-mail for new members: info@tinkersfarmopera.com

Tomorrow Productions



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Trinity Players

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Sutton Coldfield

Trinity Players is a Amateur Dramatics Society based in Sutton Coldfield. We are an award winning Society specialising in musical theatre. Every year we put on a full length musical, a play (usually a comedy) and a Christmas caberet
Boldmere Methodist Church, Sutton Coldfield, United Kingdom
If you like what you see and are interested in learning more about what we do, or are thinking of joining us then please email us at: info@trinityplayers.com

Tudor Musical Comedy Society


Sutton Coldfield
St James Church Hall, Mere Green Road, Sutton Coldfield, B75 5BW

We are an amateur theatre group with members of all ages performing shows at The Crescent Theatre, Sheepcote Street, Birmingham and at Streetly Community Centre. Established in 1961, Tudor Musical Comedy Society are proud to have presented some fantastic shows over the last 50 years, including My Fair Lady, Me & My Girl and more recently the West Midlands premier of Andrew Lloyd Webbers 'The Likes of Us' and this year 'The Wizard of Oz'. We rehearse at St James Church Hall, Mere Green Road, Sutton Coldfield, B75 5BW every Thursday from 7.45pm-10pm. We are a friendly and sociable society who would welcome new members of all ages Please feel free to come along and join this longstanding and experienced company!
Contact tudormcs@aol.com

Union Theatre

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Dorridge, Solihull

We are a lively and friendly theatre group based in Solihull and offer any performer the chance to take part in a wide range of different productions, Saint Joan being one that has recently won an award from NODA, for one of the best dramatic performances of 2009 in the West Midlands.
Union Theatre is a non-profit making theatre group, who make regular donations to various charities, as well as this, members of Union Theatre help to run Star Workshops, a group set up to introduce 6-16 year olds to the world of theatre. Here they can learn and develop skills, whether it is acting, singing or stagecraft.
As well as talented performers, there is an exciting and dynamic backstage team who are always happy to rise to the challenge that any of our directors might give them.
Whether you are an actor, singer, dancer, painter, carpenter or costume-maker, we are always on the lookout for new members, so please feel free to have a look around our site and contact Kate or Vicki if you want to find out more, through our contact page.
If you are interested in performing or joining our backstage team please send us a message via our contact page

University of Birmingham Gilbert & Sullivan Society

University of Birmingham Gilbert & Sullivan Society

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University of Birmingham

We are the University of Birmingham's comic opera society, and we rehearse and perform the works of Gilbert and Sullivan, as well as other light opera.

URC Drama

Sutton Coldfield

Email: urcdrama@blackyonder.co.uk

Vesey Players

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Bishop Vesey’s Grammar School, Sutton Coldfield

Vesey Players is based in Sutton Coldfield in Birmingham, West Midlands. Performing locally since 1960s
We have performed annual Pantomimes and Summer Musical Review shows for the past 50 years but this year (2011) are staging a Midlands premier of a new Musical - A Christmas Carol
Anyone over 12 who is genuinely interested is welcome. This year we will be including pupils from the Grammar School so 12+
Rehearsals: Traditionally Wednesdays and Thursdays, may have to change this to Mondays and Thursday at Bishop Vesey’s Grammar School, Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham, West Mids

Watch This

Watch This

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Birmingham University

Watch This is the theatre society for original writing and improvisation. We hold weekly Improv sessions, writer's forums, The Next Stage which is a showcase for short plays and a chance for new directors and actors, and we also put on an original playeach term. On top of all of this are our popular 48 hour shows, where we take a well-known story and put it together in a whole new hilarious way in just two days!
Contact: watchthis@guild.bham.ac.uk

Youth Onstage

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Youth Onstage was established in 2002, to offer young people the chance to express themselves through performing arts – classes are based at Ladywood Community Centre, Birmingham. Our classes offer professional coaching with lots of opportunities for live performance. We perform twice a year at The Old Rep, Birmingham and The Dovehouse Theatre, Solihull. We are a friendly group and we are always in need of new members to join our successful company and we welcome new talent from far and wide.
We rehearse every Sunday and Wednesday evening at Ladywood Community Centre, Sundays from 5pm - 7.30pm and Wednesday 7.15pm - 9.30pm. We are always in need of new members. So whatever your talents, singing, dancing or acting; just get in contact with us for more information.
Email: hello@youthonstage.org

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