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The Lakes Players


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age range: 7 to 107 years
Rehearsals: Cast rehearsals Wednesdays, cast, chorus and dancers Sundays, both from September to January
Contact via lakesplayers@hotmail.co.uk
The Lakes Players has been entertaining the people of the South Lakes for the past 17 years. Until a few years ago the group was known as The Windermere and Bowness Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society! Now under it’s much shorter title the society puts on a pantomime each year at The Lakes School Windermere to packed houses.
The group is going from strength to strength, they hold an annual ball to raise money and have just launched a website and are planning on hiring out costumes including a horse very soon.
Each year the society invites new members to join their ranks and audition for their latest panto. Or alternatively become part of the very professional stage crew, front of house staff or a range of committee jobs. Everyone is welcome.
We are very privileged to have Purple Sheep lighting and S.A.P audio as part of the society as well as The Maria Frances school of Dance.

The Little Theatre Guild of Great Britain



The Little Theatre Guild, now known as the LTG, has been in existence since 1946 to represent the views of Amateur theatres across the UK. Our membership extends throughout the UK, plus some overseas locations. In particular membership of the LTG is open only to those amateur theatres that own or lease the theatre premises upon which productions are mounted.
We currently have in excess of 103 member theatres right across the United Kingdom, ranging from 64 seat auditorium up to 450 seat auditorium. This includes theatres that present only four plays per year to those that present a continuous repertoire. In the last year LTG theatres presented over 850 productions to an audience in excess of 630,000 patrons.
In a world of ever increasing legislation relating to such areas as Health and Safety, Premises licensing, changes to the VAT regime, Children in Performance regulations plus the latest vetting and barring scheme, we are finding that our members value the \‘Grey Papers' that we produce to explain the law and regulatory requirements.
With our regular national and regional conferences there is the opportunity to network and share experiences, both good and bad, to learn from others experiences that will help theatres to avoid the pitfalls that others have experienced.
As a recognised national body, we are consulted by both the Department for Culture Media and Sports (DCMS) and the Department for Children, Schools and Families (DCSF) on matters that affect the amateur theatre sector and our members. We have recently been successful in getting Ministers to accept that the regulatory burdens placed upon the amateur sector are deterring more and more theatres from using children in productions. We therefore hope that the regulations relating to children in performance will be amended, whilst recognising the need to protect children in our theatre members' care.
Contact: secretary@littletheatreguild.org

Tullie House

Tullie House

Tullie House Museum, & Art Gallery Trust, Castle Street, Carlisle CA3 8TP

Contact 01228 618718 or via our website

Ulverston Outsiders

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We are an 'am-dram' company based in Ulverston, Cumbria. The society started way back in 1936, making us one of the longest-running drama groups in the area.
We generally only put on plays, rather than musicals and usually work towards two productions a year, shown at Ulverston's Coronation Hall. In addition, we also take part in a number of one-act festivals with occasional touring productions as well.

Ulverston Pantomime



We pride ourselves with keeping the traditional Pantomime feel alive!

Whitehaven Theatre Group


A friendly, sociable group... Producing quality Musicals, Plays and Pantomimes every year.
The group holds sociable events all year round, and firmly believes a happy group, is a productive group.
Contact: enquiries@whitehaventheatregroup.com
A friendly Amdram group based in Whitehaven in the North West of England. Our First Production was back in 1970 called King’s Rhapsody, and we are currently performing our 122nd production (as of April 2011) called Our House. We are a thriving group, which welcomes new members young and old with open arms. Every year we perform a Musical around April time, a Stage Play around September and a Pantomime in December. We hold numerous social events throughout the year, including sponsored events, BBQ’s, weekend theatre trips, or sometimes just even a social night out around the town! If you wish to join our society, you don't need to have had any past theatre experience, or even have a strong talent! There is always something for everyone to take part in Whitehaven Theatre Group. So don’t hesitate to give us a call. The only thing we do like our members to have is a friendly ...

William Howard School Performing Arts

William Howard School Performing Arts



Performing Arts department in William Howard School

Contact via our website or social media

Workington Amateur Operatic Society


We welcome new members who are interested in any aspect of theatre from performing to staging, lighting, sound, wardrobe or front of house. If you are interested, please contact info@waos.org.uk we would like to hear from you.
Contact: Secretary: secretary@waos.org.uk
Tickets: tickets@waos.org.uk
Friends: friends@waos.org.uk
Membership: membership@waos.co.uk
Publicity waospublicity@live.co.uk

Workington and District Amateur Musical Society (WADAMS)

Workington and District Amateur Musical Society (WADAMS)

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We are a local Amateur Musical Society with both adult and junior members. We date back to 1952 and are still fighting fit with lots of local talent. We welcome new members of any age if you're interested in joining please contact us via secretary@wadams.org.uk
Type: We produce an annual pantomime, a spring show and other events and concerts throughout the year.
Age Range: We have an under 16 years youth section ‘Next Generation’
Rehearsals: Rehearsal dates and times are confirmed at the start of a show season.

Workington Playgoers


We stage at least 5 plays per year in our lovely, old 150 seat theatre which is used by and is available for hire to all community groups. There is a 40 seat studio theatre/rehearsal room also available for hire, completely separate from the main house.

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