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Act 2 Cam

ACT 2 CAM
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Whitley Bay Big Local, 158 Whitley Road, Whitley Bay, Newcastle NE26 2LY

ACT 2 CAM offer performing arts classes in North Tyneside, where young people grow in confidence and explore their imaginations through drama, theatre and film.
Our qualified teachers are DBS checked, highly trained and committed to working with young people. We help our students develop their drama into high-quality films, which they star in!
We are Ofsted registered, DBS checked and public liability insured for parent peace of mind.
Newcomers and beginners are welcome, whatever your child's ability or experience. Call us for a chat about what we do, or email for information about our free trial.
For Ages between 2 years and 17 years
Classes:
Monday Drama for home schoolers: 1:30-2:30
Monday Behind the camera class for 9-17s: 6-8pm
Tuesday Drama for 5-8s: 5:00pm to 6:00pm
Tuesday Drama for 9-12s: 6:00pm to 7:00pm
Tuesday Drama for 13-17s: 7:00pm to 8:00pm
Wednesday Whitley Play Immersive Storytelling for 2-4s: 9:30-10:30am
Wednesday Drama for 11-15s: 7:00pm to 8:00pm
Thursday Drama for 9-12s: 6:00pm to 7:00pm
Thursday Drama for 13-17s: 7:00pm to 8:00pm
Saturday Drama for 5-8s: 9:00am to 10:00am
Saturday Drama for 9-12s: 10:00am to 11:00am
Saturday Drama for 13-17s: 11:00am to 12:00pm

Contact: Steve Woods Telephone: 07973 869477 or info@act2cam.com or via our website or social media

Acting Up Children's Theatre School

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Gateshead & Wallsend

"Turning the talent of today into the stars of tomorrow"
Training is offered to children and young adults from 3 to 18 years. Pupils can begin Acting Up in Early Stages, these classes are specifically designed for preschool children and take place over a 2-hour period. During this time pupils get a little taster of dance, drama and music. When pupils reach the age of 5 they then study dance, drama and music as separate disciplines and attend over a 3-hour period. Drama focuses on developing confidence and a wide variety of drama techniques. Dance lessons cover a varied sylabus that includes ballet, tap, jazz, modern and street dance. Singing lessons focus on developing pupils vocal range covering a variety of different styles of music. Acting Up pupils are also given the opportunity to take Speech and Drama examinations with L.A.M.D.A and Guildhall of Music and Drama. No formal training is required to join Acting Up just an interest and enthusiasm in performing. Call now to book a free trial session!
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Correspondence Address
Acting Up, PO BOX 390, Gateshead, NE9 5WR
Schools
Acting Up, Dryden School, Shotley Gardens, Gateshead NE95UR
Acting Up, Tyne Metropolitan College, Embleton Ave, Wallsend, Tyne & Wear NE 9NJ

Alnwick & District Choral Society

Alnwick, Northumberland

Founded in 1933, Alnwick and District Choral Society can be traced to the middle of the 19th Century.... and we are still going strong! This year will mark the 75th anniversary of the present Society, although records exist in the Society's archives of concerts as early as 1850.
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Alnwick Stage Musical Society

Alnwick, Northumberland

Alnwick Stage Musical Society produces Broadway and West End musicals and performs in Alnwick Playhouse. Regular rehearsals are at 7.30pm, on Tuesdays, in the main hall of Alnwick South First School, The Avenue, Alnwick.
New members are always welcome in any capacity, from musical directing, producing, stage management, set building, backstage, painting the scenery, making costumes, singing, dancing or even making the coffee! So if you would like to get involved in any aspect of putting on a show or just like hanging out with people who like to dress up and wear make up please contact by info@alnwickstagemusical.co.uk for more details.

Alnwick Theatre Club

Alnwick, Northumberland

The Theatre Club was established in 1949, so we have now been in existence for over 60 years, and our members are extremely proud that we are the longest established amateur theatrical group in the town.
We stage three productions each year, two plays and a pantomine, in our brilliant local theatre The Alnwick Playhouse.
Meeting on most Mondays and most Thursdays for rehearsals we are always happy to welcome new members. Experience is not required, just your enthusiasm and if you prefer to work behind the scenes rather than tread the boards there is always a job to be done.
Family entertainment, annual panto
Age Range: 19
Rehearsals: Mondays and most Thursdays
Email us or find us on Facebook for more information.alnwick-theatre-club@live.co.uk

Arden Theatre


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Arc, Dovecot Street, Stockton on Tees, TS18 1LL

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Astravaganza Entertainment

Chester-Le-Street

Astravaganza Entertainment are a local amateur theatre group affiliated to the National Operatic and Dramatic Society. We are a friendly group based in Chester-Le-Street and perform the majority of our productions at Stanley Civic Hall. We adapt a professional approach toward our rehearsals and productions and typically produce between two and four major productions each year. Previous productions have included shows such as: "A Slice Of Saturday Night", "One Night Only", "Little Shop Of Horrors", "Time Of Our Lives" and "The Vicar Of Dibley". Astravaganza are always on the look out for new talent whether that be onstage or backstage - we definitely have something for everyone so why not get in touch with us today?! Pop along to one of our rehearsals on a Sunday evening and you would be made most welcome.

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BACstage Productions

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Berwick, Northumberland

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A theatre company established and run by Year 13 Berwick Academy Performing Arts students

Beaconsfield Operatic Society

Blyth, Northumberland

We welcome new members - if you are interested in singing, dancing, juggling* or fire-eating*, or even if you'd rather remain in the shadows and be one of our vital backstage crew such as props, wardrobe or stage hands,
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Berwick Operatic Society


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Berwick upon Tweed, Northumberland

Berwick upon Tweed and District Amateur Operatic Society (now known locally as Berwick Opera) was founded in 1920 when the world was recovering from the First World War
We are as strong a Society as ever and regularly welcome new talented, young members, which auger well for our future. Whatever you age and in whatever capacity you would like to join us in, you can be assured of a very warm welcome indeed.
Contact us:
Coming Along in Person to:
Community Centre, Palace Street East, Berwick upon Tweed, every term time Wednesday from 7pm.
email info@berwickopera.co.uk

Berwick upon Tweed & District Amateur Operatic Society

Berwick upon Tweed, Northumberland

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Billingham Players

Billingham, Cleveland

The Billingham Players are a Registered Charity, No. 515721
The Billingham Players
The Billingham Players were founded as a social group attached to the ICI works in Billingham. For years, we performed at the Synthonia Club, before moving to our current home at the Theatre Upstairs. There is no such thing as a typical Billingham Players production, and we hope to come out with something for everyone, whether you're looking for comedy, drama, musicals or whatever.
The Theatre Upstairs
The Theatre Upstairs has been our home since the late Seventies. We have no fixed stage, allowing us to be adventurous with our sets and seating arrangements - regular audience members never know what to expect when they walk through the auditorium doors, as our seating is rarely arranged the same way for two shows in a row!
We can fit around 100 audience members into our auditorium, although this varies according to the exact seating layout required for the performance. However the auditorium is layed out, our little theatre gives a wonderful, intimate feel to our productions.
The theatre is managed and staffed entirely by the Billingham Players, and everybody from the costume department and technical crew to our bar staff and building maintenance people are volunteers from the society.

Bishop Auckland Theatre Society



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Bishop Auckland, County Durham

Email: bishoptheatre@yahoo.co.uk
Our aim is to continue to provide live theatre to the local community. Bishop Auckland Theatre Society perform at least twice a year at the Eden Theatre, Bishop Auckland Town Hall.
The group formed in 1932, and was then known as the Bishop Auckland Little Theatre Club; members would hold meetings in their homes, until the first formal meeting in 1939.
In 1991 we changed our name to Bishop Auckland Theatre Society.

Blyth Music and Theatre Company

Blyth Music and Theatre Company

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Blyth, Northumberland

Blyth Music and theatre Company is an amateur musical theatre group. The company is based in Blyth Northumberland and has been formed for 51years. The company also has a choir and a small group know as Melodia which performs local concerts.
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CAOS - Chester le Street Amateur Operatics Society

CAOS - Chester le Street Amateur Operatics Society
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Chester le Street

Chester le Street Amateur Operatics Society, performing fabulous musical theatre since 1903

Caprian Theatre Company

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Gateshead

Formed in 1964 by a group of enthusiasts and named Caprian Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society, they produced their first musical play, Salad Days, by Sandy Wilson in 1965. The chosen venue for this production was the Gateshead Little Theatre, the only purpose built theatre in Gateshead. To this day all of the musical productions have been performed in this venue.
The then Society became affiliated to the National Operatic and Dramatic Association, NODA, and due to the geographic location was assigned to its Northern Area.
Many of the musical productions are claimed to be Northern Premier productions being the first time that the shows were presented by amateurs in the NODA Northern Area. It was always intended that musical productions (although not a constitutional requirement) would wherever possible be chosen from the list of shows which were suitable for a small cast and venue and not from the list of popular shows so often presented by the other larger Societies in the area. This principle has always been adhered to although some of the shows that were produced eventually became popular enough for the other larger Societies to present.
The first pantomime presentation was Aladdin in 1967 at the little Theatre. Three more pantomimes were to be presented there until it was realised that the venue was too small for such productions. Seating capacity of only 180 was not enough to satisfy the demand by patrons and with such a small capacity it was difficult to recover costs with the subsequent risk of running a show at a financial loss. The larger venue of the now demolished Heathfield Senior High School was the venue for the first production outside of the Little Theatre, Red Riding Hood in 1972. Since the following year all pantomime productions have taken place at the then Gateshead Girls Grammar School now named the Dryden Centre.
The Society name was changed in 2006 to the Caprian Theatre Company.
The Company is also affiliated to the Gateshead Arts Association, an arts umbrella body representing the interests of performing, visual and literary arts organisations within the Borough of Gateshead.
Contact capriantheatrecompany@blueyonder.co.uk
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Castle Theatre Company

County Durham
University College, The Castle Palace Green, Durham, DH1 3RW

Email: exec@castletheatre.co.uk
We are the official theatre company of University College, Durham. Castle Theatre Company is one of the oldest theatre companies in Durham, and one of the few college companies who recruit talent from across the whole University. Set amidst the grounds of Durham's beautiful and ancient Castle, the company has produced theatre of the highest quality for nearly three decades, and will continue to do so for years to come.

CATS Youth Theatre Group

Co. Durham
Shildon

The group is open to all young people aged 8 - 11 years to join.
The young people play crazy games and learn to Dance , Sing , and Act , ( or improve on their present skills ).
The CATS perform 2 Musical Productions a year. They rehearse Fridays , 6.30pm - 8.30pm.
Situated in Shildon, Co. Durham , the CATS has members from all the surrounding areas in it. The young people choose their Musical Productions , and so far have performed -- Annie, Mary Poppins, Oliver, The Disney Show, The Wizard Of Oz and many, many more . Interested ?

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Centre Stage


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County Durham
Eaglescliffe, Cleveland

Centre Stage North East is the regionís premier stage school and theatre group. Established in 1994 as a way for children and young people to be involved and acquire a love and appreciation of the performing arts, CSNE stands now as Sunderlandís longest established and most successful Stage School as well as offering the best value in the area by far.
CSNE endeavours to offer the highest possible level of tuition and production values while recognising the need to have a friendly, family atmosphere within sessions.
For more details on becoming a member of Centre Stage or further information on upcoming productions, please feel free to contact us:
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Centre Stage Eaglescliffe

Centre Stage Eaglescliffe
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Egglescliffe, Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham

We are an amateur musical group in Eaglescliffe that has been running for over 20 years.
As a group we:
Are welcoming and friendlyrProvide a place for people of all ages and abilities to come together and enjoy the theatre
Support people to build relationships with each other and make new friends
Help build the confidence and theatre skills of our members
Provide accessible and good quality entertainment for our local community
We are not elitist or judgemental and we embrace diversity. You donít have to be a talented singer, actor or dancer to be a part of the group and we try our best to ensure everybody who wants to perform, makes it onto the stage.

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Centre Stage Shildon

Shildon, County Durham

New members always welcome!
Shildon Centrestage will soon be celebrating our 10th aniversary of producing shows at the Civic Hall in Shildon. We are always trying to expand the group so new members are always welcome.
We have two groups, Centrestage(15+) and our younger group, The Tearaways (under 16s).
Centrestage: Thursdays 7.30pm - 10pm at the Civic Hall, Shildon.
We are now looking to the future and believe that we at Centrestage need to enhance our image and add more music to our shows. To help with this we are on the look out for new members who can sing and dance, or even both.
We at Centrestage also need many people to work behind the scenes. Backstage crew, Wardrobe, Scenery and Front of house people are just a few of the area's that we need people to help. Well we can't all be treading the boards.
The younger group, The Tearaways, which are now a Theatre and Dance group, meet at Sunnydale Comprehensive School.
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Centre Stage North East
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Sunderland

Centre Stage North East was established in 1994 as a way for children and young people to be involved and acquire a love and appreciation of the performing arts and stands now as Sunderlandís longest established and most successful Stage School as well as offering the best value in the area by far.
CSNE endeavours to offer the highest possible level of tuition and production values while recognising the need to have a friendly, family atmosphere within sessions.
Covering all aspects of theatre - drama, singing and dance - Centre Stage has built up an enviable reputation as well as an impressive back catalogue of achievements including professional film, TV and theatre work.
Centre Stage now also offers an opportunity for people of all ages with Community Cast Shows which allow everyone, regardless of age or experience to participate in our productions.
Centre Stage is also proud to offer professional private singing tuition and speech & drama and musical theatre classes - working towards LAMDA qualifications.
For more details on becoming a member of Centre Stage or further information on upcoming productions, please feel free to contact us
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Cheese & Crackers Ltd

Teesside

Cheese & Crackers deals in theatre and film as well as being a comedy club. We will be doing at least 3 productions a year alongside an annual fundraiser and monthly comedy events. If your interested in getting involved in one of our events or productions as a performer, get in touch
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Chester-le-Street Theatre Group

Chester-le-Street Theatre Group
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Chester-le-Street

Contact: admin@clstheatregroup.co.uk

Chilled Productions

Hexham, Northumberland

We produce new writing, rehearse and perform two shows a year... we have space for actors, producers and anyone who'd like to be involved... info@stageevents.org.uk

Chopwell Drama Group

Tyne & Wear
Chopwell

Meets every Wednesday 7.30pm to 9.30pm in Chopwell Community Centre.

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