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Fareham Musical Society

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Fareham Musical Society presents two shows a year at Fareham's Ferneham Hall, in March and September.
We are a company of between 70 - 80 members, with a reputation for being friendly.
We have a strong membership with ages from 16 - 70 so a diverse bunch! We rehearse twice a week, Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Henry Cort School in Fareham, and we are always on the look out for new members.
In 2006 we won 4 Southern Daily Echo Curtain Call Awards for our productions of Copacabana and Annie and in 2007 received 7 nominations.
We have won the NODA Area Accolade of Excellence for our productions of The Sound of Music and Me and My Girl.
Membership & Inquiries Margaret Holland
12 Jutland Close, Whiteley, Fareham PO15 7DQ

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Farnham Stagecoach

Farnham and the surrounding areas

Stagecoach teaches drama, dance and singing for children in Farnham and the surrounding areas. Stagecoach Farnham gives children the opportunity to enjoy the performing arts in a safe, fun environment each weekend.
For 6 - 18 year olds
Fridays: 4.30 - 7.30
Saturdays: 10.00am - 1.00pm or 2.30 - 5.30pm
For 4 -6 year olds
Saturdays: 9.30 - 11.00am or 11.15- 12.45pm
All classes are held at:
Farnham College, Morley Road, Farnham GU9 8LU
For over 25 years Stagecoach has seen young people gain confidence, stretch themselves, and build essential life skills while learning the tools to sing, dance and act and most importantly have fun! It is suitable for all abilities; Stagecoach offers the chance for children to pursue a career in the arts or simply just to learn some new skills to share with friends and family.

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First Act Theatre


First Act Theatre is an exciting concept in theatre for young people.
We provide a professional standard of training in drama, lighting, sound, stage management, marketing and show direction and production - in fact all the operational aspects of running a professional theatre.
We run regular drama workshops three nights a week, with rehearsals for forthcoming shows on a further two. All our shows are performed on the stage of the Grade II listed Jubilee Theatre in St Nicholas' Hospital, Gosforth.
Contact info@firstacttheatre.com

Fitrez Theatre Company


Fitrez Theatre Company is a brand-new amateur dramatics group in Farnborough, Hampshire. Formed in 2012 by Reece Fitzgerald and Thomas Courtez-Brown, Fitrez Theatre Company raises money for the Farnborough Branch Corps of Drums and also the Royal British Legion itself.
We plan to perform at the Farnborough Branch of the Royal British Legion, where we are based. We aim to perform a variety of different shows and are currently working on our first. We rehearse Saturday mornings from 10am - 11.30am. We are a youth run group but with members from all over the age spectrum. Why not come to one of our auditions?
Plays & Musicals
Age Range: 13+
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Footlights Youth Theatre

Footlights Youth Theatre

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FYT is an award-winning youth theatre group based in Hampshire. We cater for young performers aged between eight and eighteen and stage two musical productions per year, regularly involving a cast of 50 or more. We are the junior section of EOMS (Eastleigh Operatic and Musical Society).
contact: footlightsyouththeatre@hotmail.com

Gantry Youth Theatre


We are a registered charity and we believe, Southampton's oldest youth theatre. Our ethos is to encourage children to develop, build confidence and be the best they can. (Whilst having a lot of fun along the way)
Please email gantryyouththeatre@gmail.com for further details

Giselle Academy of Dance & Theatre Arts

Giselle Dance


Established in 1989 by Principal, Catherine Ingram, Giselle Academy has grown into a large theatre school offering training in classical ballet, modern theatre stage dancing, tap, and jazz dance for children from 3 years to vocational level. Also available are classes in both junior drama (7-11yrs), senior (12-18 yrs) and advanced drama (16-20yrs) with an emphasis on musical theatre.
Giselle Academy now focuses on at least one musical theatre production every year. Resident Musical Director Neil Mogridge teams up with Catherine Ingram for most musical productions and their recent productions have included Little Shop of Horrors, RENT, Alice in Wonderland and Bugsy Malone. They also recently produced the South Coast premiere of Damon Intrabartolo and Jon Hartmere's BARE, The Musical, a production that was able to take the Academy and audiences to a new level of musical theatre due to its tough and modern storyline.
Details of the open auditions will be placed on the Academy's websites.
For information on any of the available classes, or the upcoming productions please look at the websites Giselle Dance or Giselle
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Gone Rogue Theatre

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University of Southampton

Southampton based student theatre company Gone Rogue Productions.
Gone Rogue Productions is a theatre production company, set up by members of the University of Southampton in association with the University's Students' Union, SUSU Theatre Group and SUSU Showstoppers.
For the past several years they have taken originally-written shows to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and are also looking at exploring other festivals in the future.
Gone Rogue Productions is a theatre production company, set up by members of the University of Southampton in association with the University's Students' Union, SUSU Theatre Group and SUSU Showstoppers.
For the past several years they have taken originally-written shows to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and are also looking at exploring other festivals in the future.

Gosport Musical Theatre Productions



Due to lack of members, GMTP are not currently meeting and have no plans for future shows at this time. Our junior section (JuSe) are still active.

Grayshott Stagers


The Amateur Dramatic scene in Grayshott goes back to before the 1914/18 war. Records exist of a group called The Grayshott Dramatic Society that staged productions in the Village Hall as early as 1912. During the second World War, however, proceedings lay more or less dormant, but afterwards, for the rest of the 40's, interest was revived mainly by the Women’s Institute who produced a series of one act plays, helped out as occasion demanded by a number of gentlemen. It was to be these enthusiasts who provided the seed corn for the yet unborn Society.
Following the Pageant, a meeting was held at the home of Brenda and Ken Baldock to discuss the possibility of putting on regular productions. A Committee was formed and the play JOHN MARLOW'S PROFESSION chosen and put on, under the banner of THE GRAYSHOTT STAGERS, in the February of 1951. This first production was staged in curtains with very basic furniture and properties. Financial backing of £30 was provided by one of the members. THE GRAYSHOTT STAGERS had been born.
The name "Stagers" was derived from Ken Baldock’s early days in Canterbury where the "Old Stagers", reputed to be the oldest amateur society in England, performed plays every Canterbury Cricket Week.
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Groundlings Theatre

The Groundlings Theatre, 42 Kent Street, Portsmouth, PO1 3BT

Want to be a part of Groundlings?
Well, consider yourself at home! If you’re an aspiring actor or director, set designer, prop maker, seamstress, painter, barman, technician, usher or administrator, there’s a place waiting for you at the Groundlings Theatre.
Groundlings’ thriving volunteer base helps keep our beautiful old building alive. With a huge number of both professional and amateur shows produced by the Groundlings Theatre Company every year, we need your help to make sure that the show always goes on!
Meet new friends, socialise and have fun. Become part of Groundlings Today!
Contact: info@groundlings.co.uk or email marketing@groundlings.co.uk

Hamble Players



We are enthusiastic about amateur dramatics and welcome new members of any age and skill - come and join us!
There’s something for everyone, whether you want to act on stage or join the backstage crew - or even help out Front of House!
We put on 4 productions a year - including the Juniors’ production.
Contact via hambleplayers@gmail.com

Hambledon Arts Society Drama Group


The Drama Group is one of five groups within the Hambledon Arts Society. See the links on our Web Site for more details about the Drama, Poetry, Music, Painting, Film and History Groups.
The origins of the Drama Group date back to the mid 1960’s when a small group of 'Hambledonians', met on a regular basis in their homes for play-reading evenings. From those early days the Group thrived due to the enthusiasm of the original founders, some of whom continue to be very involved today.
We produce two performances a year, in April and November, each lasting over three days. These normally comprise of a full length play, two One Act plays, a musical revue or a Pantomime. We also produce a smaller production, along with members of the other Groups of The Arts Society, for a special Christmas evening of entertainment in December. We use are local Village Hall for all performances, with a starting time of 8.00pm.
Monthly play-reading evenings are sometimes held every 2nd Thursday in the month, in members homes. These sessions are always very relaxed, when a variety of different types of play are read, discussed and considered whether they may be suitable for a Hambledon audience!
We welcome new members, whether their interest lies in, treading the boards, getting involved backstage, or front of house, or just wanting to meet up for the fun of reading a play and socializing. You will always be most welcome.
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Hart Players

Hart Players

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Zebon Copse Centre, Danvers Drive, Church Crookham, GU52 0ZE

We are always keen to welcome new members and there are lots of opportunities to get involved both onstage and behind the scenes. If you are interested in amateur dramatics and possibly thinking of joining a group we are friendly group and would love to hear from you.

Contact: hartplayers@hotmail.com

Hartley Arts Group

Hartley Arts Group

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Hartley Wintney

The Hartley Arts Group (also known as 'HAG'), in Hartley Wintney, Hampshire, was established in 1975 and we perform a wide range of productions including dramas, musicals, comedies and variety shows. mail the Membership Secretary - boxoffice@hartleyartsgroup.com or hartleyartsgroup@gmail.com

Havant Dynamo Youth Theatre




Dynamo Youth Theatre is a performance-based theatre group using the facilities of the Havant Arts Centre, providing drama, music, and dance experience, for 65 young people aged between 11 and 18. There is also a senior section named Dynasty Theatre for the 18 - 25 year age group.
Created in 1981 by Andrew Bowker, and a group of enthusiastic adults, Dynamo was formed to develop the skills in performing arts for the young people of the area, outside of the school environment. Our productions since that time now exceed seventy with an eclectic mix including well known musicals, drama, comedy, cabaret and dance reviews, own composition dramas and musicals.
Dynamo is still independent and self funding, and is dependent on a dedicated group of adults who give up huge amounts of precious leisure time to support the running of Dynamo, and the productions. We are proud that several of the founding Committee are still working with today’s young people, and that ex-members have returned to help backstage and to direct show.
Membership & Inquiries mail@dyt.org.uk

Havant Light Opera


Havant Light Opera was founded in 1978 and currently flourishes with a membership of around 35 from a rich age spread from teens to 80s! We undertake two performances per year, one in June/July and one in December in the Havant Arts Centre. The summer production is usually a Gilbert & Sullivan operetta and the December production is a concert or show with a seasonal flavour.
We also sing a wide selection of light music for various charities in churches, halls and residential homes. We very much welcome new members. We rehearse on Mondays at 7.30pm in the Havant Arts Centre.
Secretary Secretary@havantlightopera.co.uk
Chairman chair@havantlightopera.co.uk

Have Fun Productions


84 North Street, Gosport

Founded in 2015, Have Fun Productions are a Hampshire based youth theatre company with rehearsals in Southampton and Gosport, Gosport one week and Southampton the other. Members can either come to both venues or just one! They rehearse every Friday, and are currently rehearsing for "M For Musicals", their debut performance, a variety show for April 2016.

Hayling Musical Society


Hayling Island

Hayling Musical Society (formerly Hayling Operatic Society) was formed in 1955 and is still going strong, with a membership of around 30, which currently varies in age from 8 to 83!!!
We were once again delighted to receive the NODA Southern Region Area 10 Accolade of Excellence - Best Musical for our April 2007 production of Stephen Sondheim's A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, having won a similar award in 2003 for Sweet Charity.
We aim to produce 2 shows a year from the "tried and tested" to the slightly more challenging, and welcome new members, either on stage or off. Our rehearsal nights are Monday and Thursday, and our regular venue is the Elim Church Hall, Elm Grove, Hayling Island.
For more information, contact our secretary (details below).

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Headley Theatre Club


The Club was founded in 1952, building on the success of a pageant held to celebrate the Festival of Britain the previous year. It was felt that an organisation should be formed in the Village to encourage such enthusiasm and talent on a more permanent basis. And so it has remained.
As an active village drama group, we thrive only so long as we continue to attract both members and audiences.
Our policy is to welcome all comers, and put them to work as soon as possible. Whatever your talent, we can probably use it.

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Hayling Island

Since 1996 HIADS have been ensconced in their very comfortable and well-equipped 'Station Theatre' on Hayling Island, HIADS, a member of the Little Theatre Guild of Great Britain were first formed in 1947. They present a programme of plays (normally five a year), films about once a month, an annual pantomime and other events. Other companies and professional one-nighters also visit the Station Theatre. Newcomers, actors, backstage and associate members are all welcome - contact HIADS for further information and a copy of our bi-annual flyer.
For information on HIADS please visit hiads.org.uk
For information on the Station Theatre and to buy tickets for upcoming shows, please visit the stationtheatre.co.uk website.
Station Theatre, Station Road, Hayling Island PO11 0EH
Membership & Tickets:
Box Office at the Station Theatre open 10am - noon every day except Sunday.
If you would like to support the theatre and also advertise in our programmes and/or flyers, then please contact us.

Highbury Players



Celebrating 40 years in operation in 2002, the Highbury Players are enjoying a most successful period in their history. Although they are a small group, they are able to stage 2 plays a year and have 82 patrons, who are invited to most events held.
The group meets every Monday at 7.30pm in St Phillip's Church Hall, Hawthorn Crescent, Cosham.

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Holybourne Theatre

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Holybourne, near Alton

Community theatre with thriving youth section.

Holybourne Theatre is a not for profit amateur dramatics group run by volunteers which stages an energetic and diverse entertainment programme for the people of Holybourne, Alton and the surrounding areas.- See more at our website

Horndean Amateur Theatrical Society


HATS was founded in 1948 as a play-reading society. It is now a well-established amateur dramatics society, normally putting on three productions a year - sometimes full-length plays, sometimes short plays or sketches - in Merchistoun Hall, Horndean.
Our aim is to encourage anyone who is interested to get involved in any aspect of amateur theatre. We welcome new members, aged 16 and above. We meet every Friday at 7.30pm in Merchistoun Hall, Horndean.
Membership & Inquiries: Merchistoun Hall, Portsmouth Road, Horndean PO5 1QN

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Founded in 1992, HumDrum consists of people from the Portsmouth region who were seeking an innovative, experimental theatre company in the local area. Although many existing groups would have satisfied some member's requirements, none can satisfy all. Though this can never be an integral part of the company's policy, it has helped pave the way towards more reachable goals.
HumDrum has three main aims: to bring under-performed works into the area; to present familiar works in a new or unusual manner; and to develop the artistic skills of its members.
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