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Radiance School Of Dance

Radiance School Of Dance

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St Stephens Church, Wavertree, L15 6TB

Dance classes for ages 3+
Lyrical, Contemporary, Jazz, Commercial, Musical Theatre

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Rainford Amateur Drama Group

Rainford Parish Church Hall, Church Road, Rainford, St Helens

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Rainhill Garrick Society

Rainhill Garrick Society

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Rainhill Garrick Society was established in 1942. We perform a variety of plays three times a year and are looking for new members. We meet Tuesdays and Thursdays at Rainhill Village Hall 7.30-9.30. Please contact us via the website.

Rainhill Musical Theatre Company

Rainhill Musical Theatre Company

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Rainhill, St Helens

We are always looking to welcome new members and there are many opportunities to become involved, not just on stage but backstage, in make-up and costume, front of house, ticket sales, publicity and promotion.
Musicals Concerts Pantomimes
Wednesdays and some Sundays
Contact info@rainhillmusicaltheatrecompany.co.uk

RAINFORD Parish Church Amateur Dramatics

St Helens

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Reformed Allerton Dramatic Society (RADS)


We are based on the corner of Booker and Mather Avenue in Allerton, Merseyside. Please see our website for more information and a map

We are a small but beautifully formed amateur dramatics society who rehearse on a Monday evening at 7.30pm. We put on 2 productions a year and we are always on the look out for new talent - either on stage or back stage. Please see our website for more information and the contact us page should you wish to speak to a committee member for more info
Contact: rads.allerton@gmail.com

Riverside Players

Riverside Players, c/o Richmond Hall, 22 School Hill, Heswall, CH60 0DP

Riverside Players has been presenting amateur theatre to the people of Wirral for over 65 years. Formed in 1943 we are well established as one of Wirral’s premier amateur dramatic societies. We have a loyal following of patrons and regularly play to good houses. We have also performed to audiences throughout the UK in local and regional festivals. We have also taken part in the All-England Theatre Festival winning it in 1985 being finalists several times most recently in 2001 with “The Art of Remembering” by Adina l. Ruskin
Our repertoire ranges from comedy to tragedy performed in one act to full length productions. We normally mount 5 productions per year, in October and November, March and May with a Childrens play in the early new year.
Our main theatre venue is Heswall Hall although recently we have also begun to use the Gladstone Theatre, Port Sunlight.
We have our own rehearsal rooms at Richmond Hall, in Heswall courtesy of the Richmond Hall Trust and rehearsal nights are Tuesdays Thursdays and Sundays at 7.30 pm.
We also have a thriving social scene with at least 4 social events per year including a Christmas party and an End of Season Party in summer.

All in all we are a friendly and dynamic society who take a very professional approach to amateur theatre but also try to have fun while we are doing so. We would be glad to see new members in both on stage and back stage roles.
If you are interested in joining us then get in touch.

Rock Ferry Amateur Operatic Society


Rock Ferry OS is a small friendly society giving great encouragement to its members in the exciting world of performing arts - singing, acting, dancing, directing, accompanying rehearsals, building sets, designing and making costumes and props, organising fund raising etc, etc, etc.
The society was established in 1922 and since its foundation it has presented a great variety of operas, operettas and musicals including the works of Gilbert and Sullivan, Viennese Operetta and the ever popular American Musicals - see our list of Past Productions.
We rehearse on Thursday evenings at Prenton Methodist Church, Glenavon Road, Prenton, Birkenhead from 7.30 pm to 10.00 pm. Rehearsals are fun and progress is good.
Gladstone Theatre Box Office 0151 643 8757

Small Fry Community Theatre

Huyton Arts and Sports Centre, Huyton, Knowsley, Liverpool

Proper Drama for Proper People.
Dramatic performances, WITH the Community, IN the Community, FOR the Community. - Age Range: 18 - Rehearsals: Tuesdays
Contact via Smallfrytheatre@googlemail.com

We are Small Fry Theatre and we are a forming Community Theatre group running from the Huyton area of Liverpool. We will soon be facilitating a 16-24 week adult drama group, with a view to co-creating an ensemble theatre piece, devised, created, written, rehearsed and performed by people from all walks of life, within the Liverpool area.
We are looking for participants to get involved and we are also looking for anyone wanting to become involved behind the scenes. Anyone wanting to get involved will not need to be a part of any specific demographic, i.e race, physical condition, sexual orientation, educational background or gender (However this is an adult theatre group, so participants will need to be 16+). So please, feel free to come along regardless of anything that you feel may normally stop you from getting involved in the arts.
This is not to say that we do not aspire to work on a professional level, we aim to create theatre to the best of all of our abilities and we have the training and desire to do so. We take inspration from practitioners such as Augusto Boal, Joan Littlewood and Keith Johnstone, we also work by the teachings and ethos of John Fox (Welfare State International), Tim Prentki and Dave Pammentor. If you haven't heard of most of these, don't worry, knowing the work of these practitioners isn't a pre-requisite for working with Small Fry, we would just like you to know where we come from. Our mode of working will be through practitioner led workshops, which will build the core of our performances and we will look to interweave essences of Clowning, Mime, Improvisation, Commedia Dell'Arte as well as Acting and performing skills, experiential workshops and various drama games and excercises.
So please, feel free to contact us with any questions that you may have and above all, get involved.
No direct acting experience required, but we do ask members to be prepared to get involved in festivities, fun and laughable games that are engineered to help you get what you want out of yourself.
So feel free to visit our website, for more information, or smallfrytheatre@googlemail.com me.

Smile Productions

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Our aim at Smile Productions is to provide an integrated platform for performing arts students across the North West, enabling them to showcase their talents and gain valuable, reliable stage experience alongside fellow professionals at spectacular venues locally and beyond.
We currently have 6 fantastic events on offer for your school or group to get involved with, please explore our website to find out more about each event and contact us for further information should you wish to have your school/group take part.
Contact: Smileproductions.liverpool@yahoo.co.uk

South Sefton College

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Sterrix Lane, Litherland, Liverpool. L30 2DB

Blogspot: www.southseftonlrc.blogspot.co.uk
Email admin@sssfc.ac.uk

Southport Dramatic Club

Southport Dramatic Club

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Little Theatre, 18-32 Hoghton St, Southport PR9 0PA

Home of the Southport Dramatic Club since 1937.
Please note this is the Southport Little Theatre on Hoghton Street, Southport.
This 410 seat, superbly equipped, theatre presents amateur theatre at its best throughout the year.

Southport Spotlights Musical Theatre Society

Southport Spotlights Musical Theatre Society

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Little Theatre, Southport, Merseyside PR90DZ

We are a very friendly society and always encourage new members whether it be to perform or help backstage in a variety of roles – or even just making the tea! We rehearse Mondays and Thursdays at Greenbank School, Hastings Road, Hillside, Southport from 7.30 pm to 10.00 pm.

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Spotlight Theatre Company


A new not-for-profit organisation, committed to producing outstanding musical theatre for people of all ages across the Wirral and Cheshire. Our organisation is family run and family orientated, and we are supported by a small team of dedicated enthusiastic volunteers. So we hope you\’ll stay a while and become a part of our special theatre family.
The main role of Spotlight Theatre Productions is to showcase, encourage and nurture new singing, dancing, acting and writing talent, as well as to perform and produce 'Blockbuster' crowd pulling shows demonstrating to our audiences that a 'West End' or 'Broadway' theatre experience can be had locally on the Wirral!

St. Helens Amateur Operatic Society

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St Helens Amateur Operatic Society was formed in 1910 - so that's nearly 100 years of musical theatre in St Helens! Next year promises to be really exciting and memorable as it is our Centenary year.
We perform musical theatre shows and concerts throughout the year with our main show performed at The Theatre Royal, St Helens. We rehearse on Friday nights from 8:00pm until 10:00pm at Our Lady's Church hall, Portico, St Helens.
We are always on the look out for new members so if you feel you have something to offer us either as an acting member on stage or as an associate member behind the scenes you will be assured of a warm welcome

St Pauls Musical Theatre Company

St Pauls Musical Theatre Company

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Grosvenor Annexe, Grosvenor Street, Wallasey Ch44 1AQ

St Pauls are always looking for new members. If you are interested in joining us, either as a playing member for the shows and concerts, or in a non-playing capacity - assisting with the various behind-the-scenes tasks, backstage or front of house, then pop down to our Tuesday rehearsals 7.45pm

Contact: stpaulsmtc1906@gmail.com or via our website or social media

St Pauls Operatic Society



Operatic Society
Age Range: 16 - 80
Rehearsals: Tuesday 7.45pm
St Pauls Operatic Society is based in Wallasey on the Wirral and was established in 1906 and continues to perform anything from Grand Opera to Modern Musicals.
We are a charitable trust (charity no 507872) which, through the hard work, generosity and sponsorship of members, local Wirral businesses and residents, reached our Centenary in 2006 and are proud to carry on the tradition as the oldest Wirral operatic society.
Our members have love of anything from modern musicals to opera with a passion for singing that is brought to life in our fabulous productions. Our aim is to entertain and provide enjoyment for our audiences and ourselves.
We produce one major musical show and two major concerts per year which are normally staged in the Wallasey area.
If you would like to join our society, backstage or front of house, please contact us.
St Pauls Operatic Society is a member of The National Operatic and Dramatic Association (NODA - founded 1899)
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For more information about St Pauls Operatic Society please contact us.
Call In: We meet every week throughout the year to rehearse for Concerts and Shows and catch up with old and new friends during our tea/coffee break. You are welcome to call in on any Tuesday at our rehearsal and we\’ll be happy to meet you, show you around and introduce to you the world of our operatic society.
When: Every Tuesday - 7.45pm to 10.00 pm
Where: Serpentine Road Family Church Hall, 100 Liscard Road, Wallasey CH44 0AA.
Information on our forthcoming productions and our main production in October and audition dates will be available soon.
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Stagecoach Liverpool

Stagecoach Wirral

Liverpool and Wirral

Contact: liverpool@stagecoach.co.uk

The Citadel Adult Theatre Company

St. Helens

For tickets call the box office on 01744 735 436

The Myriad Theatre Company


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The Power Foundation for Young People

The Power Foundation for Young People



The Power Foundation for Young People was set up by English actor Christopher Lee Power.
Christopher had an unfortunate beginning in life, with being diagnosed with speech problems, lack of coordination, and hyperactivity. This affected his education and social skills. However with the support of various people when he was a teenager, it enabled him to pursue his ambition, which was to be an actor.
Christopher now wants other young people from disadvantaged backgrounds to benefit from financial support as well as access to opportunities in the arts, through The Power Foundation for Young People’s workshops and plays.
The Charities aim is to help young people to develop skills in team building, presentation and communication, interpersonal skills, and so gain confidence and self-esteem and raise aspirations.
Young people will be able to follow their dreams of working in the arts sector because they will be working with professionals in the industry.

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The Stage Right Theatre Company


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The Waterloo & Crosby Theatre Company

The Waterloo & Crosby Theatre Company

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We are The Waterloo and Crosby Theatre Company (WCTC). We are based in Crosby in Merseyside and perform 2 or 3 show per year for the local community. We originally formed in 1912 as the Waterloo & Crosby Amateur Operatic Society, changing to the Waterloo & Crosby Theatre Company in 1982, when we amalgamated with the Cambridge Players.
We are the longest existing company in Sefton and we have a membership from aged 7 years to over 80 years old. We are an all inclusive theatre family and a registered charity. We serve our local community and perform an Annual Family Pantomime plus either a full membership musical/play or a youth show and adult show each year.

Contact: secretarywctc@outlook.com
Tickets: visit our online booking system thelittleboxoffice.com

The Woolgatherers of Heswall


The Woolgatherers was established as an Amateur Drama Society in 1940. It took the name of Woolgatherers because the money raised from performances went to buy wool to knit comforts, ie hats ,gloves scarf, jumpers etc . for the Armed Forces during the World War 2.
The society has come a long way since the War Years, it is now a thriving Drama group producing 3 One Act Plays a year, we produce a number of One Act Plays and our famous Panto each Christmas, and have approximately 90 active members. Our Main Plays are at Heswall Hall which is centrally situated in Heswall
As well as producing plays we have an very active social scene with the emphasis clearly on fun, events like quiz nights, play readings, wine tastings, hog roasts, barbecues and treasure hunts.
New Members
Woolgatherers are always happy to welcome new members and should you wish to join.
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Threedumb Theatre

Threedumb Theatre

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Theatre co. formed in 2015 at @LIPAliverpool

Contact: enquiries@threedumbtheatre.com or via our website or social media

Too Friendly Theatre
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The Too Friendly Theatre Company have now been producing plays for over 12 years.
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