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Hampstead Garden Opera

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Hampstead Garden Opera (HGO) was founded in 1990 by the late Dr Roy Budden as an evening class at the Hampstead Garden Institute, and became a charitable trust (registered charity no. 1092649) in 2002. HGO is affiliated to NODA and Barnet Borough Arts Council. Each year it performs two fully-staged operas with orchestra and in English, at ‘Upstairs at the Gatehouse’, a 100-seat community theatre in Highgate, North London, which has been its base since 2001.
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Hampstead Players

Hampstead Players

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London NW3

Ever since Graham and Sue Dowell started us off in 1976, The Hampstead Players have taken amateurism seriously. 'In love, as in sport', said Robert Graves, (he might also have said 'the theatre') 'amateur status must be strictly maintained'. We pursue high standards, and hope to do justice to the work of great dramatists and, in a broader sense, to the mission of the Church, but we also do it with enthusiasm, and a sense of fun - otherwise, for amateurs, what is the point?
Over thirty years or more, our dramatis personae, like those of The Mousetrap, have continually changed - new ideas and attitudes have made us more ambitious. We like plays of ideas which also make use of the spectacular possibilities of the church space, and our large-scale productions have included Murder in the Cathedral, Lewis Carroll's Alice, Oliver!, The Crucible, The Mystery Plays and A Tale of Two Cities.
On the other hand, our small church crypt offers a closer rapport with our audience. This is where our intimate production of Hamlet started off a regular summer Shakespeare season, which has included A Midsummer Night's Dream and Julius Caesar. It is also where the Hampstead Players Youth Theatre have done several inventive productions including Dreams of Anne Frank and Grimm Tales.
We have learned to enjoy acting in the open air, competing with the noise from traffic and café tables, and are also privileged to tour our plays, both in Britain and France. But we also belong to Hampstead, and our domestic programme, of themed poetry evenings - like Decadence and Dandyism, Place and Space, Vice and Virtue - of play-readings, technical workshops and theatre visits, is a communal, community activity.
Membership of The Hampstead Players is open to all who love creating good theatre. If you are interested in becoming a member, please see our website for more information.

Hampstead Players Youth Theatre (HPYT)

London NW3

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HEOS Musical Theatre

HEOS Musical Theatre

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The Hanwell & Ealing Operatic Society is an amateur group in West London affiliated to NODA (The National Operatic and Dramatic Society) and is a registered charity.We mainly perform musicals, pantomimes, operettas, old time music hall and the occasional concert. Our members are an enthusiastic group drawn from all walks of life and all ages from high school age upwards. We aim to produce shows of a high standard and have tremendous fun at rehearsals. We also have a very varied social calendar. At present we produce 3 shows a year: a Christmas pantomime, our main show in March or April and an interim show in the autumn. We also perform concerts on request. This keeps us busy from early September until the end of July. Principals for all shows are selected by audition from the members. The Society is run by a committee of 10 which is elected each year at the AGM.
We are always on the lookout for new talent. We usually suggest you come along and join in for a week or two so that you can see us in action before auditioning. Auditioning is not as daunting as it sounds but is necessary to maintain the high standard our audiences have come to expect from us.
Members' auditions involve singing a song of your own choice to the audition panel (who are very friendly!) Simple dance steps will also be set at the time of the audition. You may also be asked to sing a scale or two (for range). We also accept members as dancers.
Non acting/singing members are also very welcome; we are always in need of extra people to help back stage and front of house.
If on the other hand you just enjoy our performances and would like know us better and support the Society why not become a Friend of the Society. You would be welcome to all our social events and would receive our regular news sheet with details of the latest news of members, shows and activities.
For further details please ring our Membership Secretary on memsec@heos.org.uk

Harlequin Players


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Hayes & Harlington Musical Theatre Company


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Henley-on-Thames Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society (HAODS)

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For the best entertainment in live theatre, together with top quality drama - amdram at its best, Henley Operatic & Dramatic Society has it all. Performing at the Kenton Theatre, Henley-on-Thames, NODA award winning HAODS musicals and plays are renowned for excellence.
HAODS was formed in 1922 and each year usually puts on two musicals and a play at Henley's Kenton Theatre and, every other year at an open-air venue. Our major shows are the musicals, usually one around April and again in November. Productions of plays varies, but we always have an entry into the Kenton Drama Festival.
General information
We are fortunate to own the well-equipped Studio, behind the Kenton, which is where we hold our rehearsals and social events; our extensive wardrobe is also stored there, in a recently built extension. Rehearsals usually take place three nights a week for large productions, which increase to Sunday rehearsals closer to the production date. Readings and our auditions are generally open to all. If you are a non-member and are fortunate enough to be cast in a show, you will be required to join as a performing member.
This is the HAODS dedicated Box Office number (01491)575698

Henley Operatic Society (HAODS)


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Highams Players

Highams Players

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Highams Players have been entertaining the local community since 1939 we are proud to have built up a loyal fan base, and welcome your comments as to how we can make things even better for you. If you have additional needs do not hesitate to contact us via our website or social media.

Holy Apostles Drama Group (The)


Fancy strutting your stuff on the stage? The drama group was founded in 1987 and presents two or three productions a year in a wide variety of styles from variety and pantomime to adaptations of famous dramas and Passion plays. There’s a part for everyone, however big or small your talent - on stage, backstage or front of house.Commitment: Full on when the productions are under way.
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Hoopla Impro

Hoopla Impro

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Brick Lane

Improvisation classes, courses and shows. No experience necessary. Fun and friendly group.
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Hounslow Light Opera Company (HLOC)


Award winning Fun and friendly company, performing G&S, musicals, plays, concerts and reviews. Come and and have some fun and help put on some amazing shows!!
Hounslow Light Opera has been around since 1903, which makes us one of the longest-established amateur dramatics companies in west London.
We are a friendly crowd, always eager to welcome new faces.
Our performing year consists of an autumn musical show, a summer play and a late winter/early spring concert.
We are mainly known as a Gilbert and Sullivan society, performing acclaimed productions of these comic operas, but from time to time we ring the changes with other musicals - including, in October 2011, Cole Porter's 'Anything Goes'. For plays, we specialise in comedy and farce, while our concerts range across a wide spectrum of music from opera and musicals to modern pop and Handel. Plenty to keep anybody's vocal cords busy!
Musicals, Gilbert and Sullivan operettas, plays and concerts
Age Range: There is no minimum age.
Rehearsals: We normally rehearse on Mondays, and sometimes also on Tuesdays and Saturdays.
Box Ofice: 020 8892 2597
Hounslow Light Opera Drama Section mail@hounslowlightopera.org.uk

Hulviz Amateur Musical Society

Hulviz Amateur Musical Society

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Hulviz Amateur Musical Society is a friendly group of like minded people of all ages who perform musicals/concerts in the SE London Area.
We normally perform a concert around May and one main show at the end of November each year. Members are welcome to participate in either or both of these. We normally rehearse at Shrewsbury House, Shooters Hill on Tuesdays and Thursdays for the main show, and on Tuesdays for the concert.
If you would like to join the society in an active role, please contact the site, or come up, alternatively, may be you have talents that lie elsewhere, backstage, front of house, directing, musical directing, etc, if you feel you would be up for any of these roles, please get in touch.
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Hurricane Productions


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Illuminated Productions


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Impact Theatre Company

Impact Theatre Company

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Impact Box Office:- TicketSource or (020 8421 6848)
Impact is a hugely creative and contemporary theatre company, founded by actress Amanda Noar and now in its 12th year. From humble beginnings with just a handful of locals, Impact has now evolved into a thriving and highly successful theatre company. Cast members are from all over North London, from various cultural backgrounds and of all age groups.
The company based in Finchley, North London is essentially made up of amateurs, drama students and "resting pro's". Impact prides itself on being a community orientated group and never turning anyone away, providing they are enthusiastic and willing to have a go.
Each year Impact puts together a number of activities, theatrical workshops, reviews, play readings and various fundraisers for both adults and children. The year always culminates in a major musical show. Not only well known favourites such as "Annie" and "Little Shop of Horrors" but also the lesser known avant-garde musical that gives audiences a taste of something unusual.
Impact now has a dedicated group of performers numbering between 40-60 and also a very loyal following in the community, that has resulted in sell out performances for all our shows.

Imperial College Operatic Society

South Kensington

Operetta and Musical, tours to Budleigh Salterton, Devon - Age Range: Mostly students from the University of London

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Imperial Productions


Imperial Productions is a dynamic theatre company based in the centre of London, England. Formerly known as Imperial Opera, we perform a diverse range of material, and pride ourselves in our innovative and creative style. We often produce rarely-performed works, which have in the past ranged from Sondheim and Berstein to Purcell and Vaughan-Williams.
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Incognito Theatre Group


Friern Barnet

Incognito Theatre Group started life in 1938 and since 1948 we have been running our own well equipped 64 seat theatre in Friern Barnet, North London.
We have a friendly, lively and active membership of about 130 members and stage 6 productions a year to a consistently high standard.
We participate in the annual Barnet and District Drama Festival and have won many awards for our productions.
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Inspirado Theatre Company

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International School of Screen Acting

International School of Screen Acting

The Old Lab, 3 Mills Studios, Three Mills Lane, London E3 3DU

We provide TV film and acting classes through a one or two year course, for those aged 18+. We also offer one week crash courses and classes throughout the summer for those wanting a taste of our film acting school. We teach a range of film acting styles, where you will learn skills such as camera techniques, screen combat, method acting and screen-writing through our workshops. We will see your potential talent and capture it to help you gain employment in one of the most challenging industries.
Email: internationalschoolacting@yandex.com

ISCaD - Interactive School of Language and Drama


ISCAD is the not-for-profit Dramatic Society born from ISLaD to keep together the wonderful people that are meeting up through the school and to welcome all international UK residents with a passion for theatre. ISCAD promotes intercultural communication across nations, cultures and social groups through theatre and the performing arts. Members include individuals united by the passion for travelling and experiencing the world outside familiar boundaries, who choose to prioritise art, play, self-development and creative interaction in their lifestyle. Through theatre, ISCAD brings together individuals across the social spectrum, professionals, students, amateur and professional actors, theatre lovers and creative people from all countries and walks of life in supportof of original theatre productions performed by and for people with a strong passion for intercultural communication. Many of the international Londoners who have met on ISLaD’s courses have already contributed to the project by volunteering their time and skills offering their ...
The Interactive School of Language and Drama breaks down communication barriers and develops actors and non-actors in performance and international theatre practices.
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ISLaD - Interactive School of Language and Drama


ISLaD, Interactive School of Language and Drama offers theatre and voice training to adults from international background. Created in 2009 to use drama techniques in the study of communication, ISLaD is rapidly becoming a cultural centre where people from all over the world meet to create and perform theatre pieces based on their unique life experience.
Our teachers are also performers, directors and lecturers at university in the UK and Europe. Programmes include: short courses for beginners, intermediate and advanced; one- day workshops and one-year certificate courses. We are based in Hackney, London. All classes run in the evening and at the week-end.
For detailed information go to our website join ISLaD London on Facebook.
Our next event, Commedia dell’Arte one-day workshop is the best opportunity to see what is all about.

Islington Players

North London

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