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University of Bath Backstage Technical Services

University of Bath Backstage Technical Services

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University of Bath Students' Union, Claverton Down, Bath BA2 7AY

Backstage Technical Services is a society formed of students at the University of Bath, who provide technical expertise to other Students' Union Clubs and Societies and event organisers in Sound, Lighting and Stage Management.
We offer support at a wide range of events including the Students' Union's Summer Ball and Freshers' Week, theatre performances from student and external performers, band and club nights in The Tub and many more.
We work both on- and off-campus providing lighting, sound, set design, pyrotechnic, stage management and event management expertise.
Whether you're interested in booking us to support your event, or are a student at the University of Bath interested in joining us, please explore the site and do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
Contact: info@bts-crew.com or bts@bath.ac.uk

Wayfarers Drama Group

Wayfarers Drama Group

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The Wayfarers, The Theatre in The Hut, Colonel Stephens Way, off Milton Avenue, Weston-super-Mare, BS23 2SW
www.wayfarersdrama.org.uk or follow us on Facebook :

Established in 1951 by Ernest Gibson, his vision was to attract membership from different backgrounds and to encourage members to develop their theatre skills in acting, direction, production, set design, lighting etc. We still hold to this vision and put on several shows every year at The Theatre in The Hut which is owned by The Wayfarers.

Become a member
New members are always welcome. If you have a longing to tread the boards or would like to be involved in a less visible way why not get in touch through our website

Become a Friend
If you are a supporter of theatre and amateur dramatics and want to do your bit to ensure a thriving theatre scene in Weston-super-Mare become a Friend of the Wayfarers for just £7 a year. You will receive a regular newsletter advance notice of productions and a FREE programme at every show you attend. To become a friend please contact us through our website

Join our Mailing list
Be sent e-mail updates of The Wayfarers Drama Group and other productions at The Theatre in The Hut by sending an e-mail request through the contact page on our website : www.wayfarersdrama.org.uk

Hire of The Hut and Costumes
The Theatre in The Hut with its 60 seat auditorium, equipped lighting box and front of house facilities can be hired by other amateur dramatic groups for productions. We also have a substantial costume collection which is available to hire to other local drama groups.

e-mail: wayfarersdrama@outlook.com

Wayfarers Pantomime

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Friendly Amateur (although shows are VERY professional!!) Pantomime Society based in Taunton, Somerset. Performs annually in January at the Brewhouse Theatre, Taunton
If you want to get in touch with us, about anything to do with the Wayfarers, please don’t hesitate.

Wellington Operatic Society



The Operatic Society is active all year round, staging two regular production each year. Each May they stage a musical at the Wellesley Theatre, as well as a cabaret show of their own devising each autumn at the Arts Centre.
In addition, the Operatic Society provide entertainment to other organisations and at other local events as part of their year round touring programme.
Wellington Arts Association, The Arts Centre, Eight Acre Lane, Wellington, Somerset TA21 8PS
Contact msspalding@tiscali.co.uk
Musicals - Age Range: 12-80 - Rehearsals: Mon & Thurs
Chairman chairman@w-a-a.co.uk
Get Involved getInvolved@@w-a-a.co.uk
Secretary secretary@w-a-a.co.uk
Twitter Musical @ The Wellesley

Wellington Drama Group (Belfrey Theatre)


Contact: membership@belfreytheatre.com

Wellington Pantomime Group



The Wellington Pantomime Group was formed as an answer to a problem. The problem being that there was no real otlet for the younger talent of the area. Wellington Operatic Society had staged a few shows, where children were a necessary evil! Thankfully Geoff Goodwin and Mike Redstone had the foresight to provide that necessary outlet and so the Wellington Pantomime Group was born.
In January 1975 the first Pantomime, Dick Whittington was staged at the Arts Centre. The group continued with an annual pantomime at the Arts Centre until 1978. The early shows had no real budget, the funds were raised by a sponsored walk on the Quantocks, thank goodness things have changed! The first four pantomimes were played to full houses so in 1979 the group took the plunge and moved to the Wellesley Cinema. The group continued to grow and with it their reputation. These days the group performs a minimum of seven shows, three of those on a Saturday!
Happily the presence of young people is now welcome in all parts of the Arts Association. The Genesis Youth Group now exists specifically for the junior members of the association. Now most of our pantomimes are full of young talent, some experienced and some just starting out.

Wells Operatic Society

Wells Operatic Society

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For over a Century Wells Operatic Society have been entertaining audiences both Young and old, with our 'professional' (amateur) stage productions. Why not come along and see why we have maintained such a loyal audience.
By Mail: Chamberlain Street Wells BA5 2PS
You can just pop in and visit us.
Club Nights are Fridays, we look forward to meeting you.

West Huntspill Players

West Huntspill

Drama Group with over 40 years of history. Active group putting on 2 performances a year in April and October. Looking for new members to assist back stage and perform.
The West Huntspill Players drama club was formed in 1973 and has produced an average of two plays per year ever since. We currently have around 35 active members, with several others who generously give their time to help out on play nights and behind the scenes.
We are a small drama club with a well established reputation for quality productions. We are members of the Somerset Fellowship of Drama and enter our productions in both the Phoebe Rees Trophy for Somerset productions and The Rose Bowl trophy for the West of England. For a small club, we have done very well in these competitions, having received many nominations and won a number of awards. On our 4 production nights we invariably have a 'full house', with people coming from as far away as Bristol for an evenings entertainment which includes our famous free tea and biscuits.
Our productions have spanned everything from Noel Coward to Charles Dickens, but we like to focus on light-hearted comedies and farces, with plays from the likes of Ray Cooney and Alan Aykbourne proving popular. Most years we also produce a review which includes guest appearances by people from outside the club.
Our Venue
The Balliol Hall by the church at West Huntspill, Somerset provides the venue for our productions, seating around 120 people, and each production usually runs for four consecutive nights.
New members are encouraged and made welcome.
The club meets on the 1st Monday and 3rd Thursday of every month in the Balliol Hall at 8pm. May to July and November to January meetings will mainly be for play reading to decide on the next production. Rehearsals are held Monday and Thursday when a play is in production.
Feel free to come along to any club night We are a small friendly club and would be delighted to see you.
Our E-Mail address is info@westhuntspillplayers.org.uk

Weston-super-Mare Operatic Society


Email: info@westonoperatic.org.uk
Box Office: 01934 645 544
Operatic & musical theatre society - Age Range: 16 - ? - Rehearsals: Wednesday + Monday & Friday (principals)
We need you! We don't just need people to perform on stage - we also need talented scene designers, painters, costumiers. Or become a patron, supporting us while keeping up-to-date with the society, or help us to raise more money.
Membership. There are two types of adult membership - acting and non-acting. Non-acting membership gives you all the advantages of acting membership but you simply don't perform on stage.
Auditions are held twice a year usually May and November.

Worle Operatic & Dramatic Society

Worle Operatic & Dramatic Society

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WODS is a really friendly and forward thinking group of like-minded people dedicated to performing excellent musical shows for our audiences in North Somerset. We perform twice a year at high quality venues in Weston-super-Mare. We have people from all walks of life ranging from teenagers to "getting on a bit". But everyone has the same goal - to produce the best show that we can from within the company, while at the same time having a lot of fun and laughs! Our rehearsal venue is at Mead Vale Community Hall in Worle, (just off Redwing Drive) every Wednesday at 7:45 pm.
Contact: info@worleoperatic.co.uk

Wrington Drama Club



Age Range: 16 to 160
We put on two shows every year, a play in Spring and a musical or pantomime just after Christmas. We’re a friendly bunch, organising social events, theatre trips, and play readings.
If you’d like to know more Contact via our website or social media

Yeovil Amateur Operatic Society

Yeovil Amateur Operatic Society

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Edwards House, 14 Buckland Road, Yeovil, Somerset, BA21 5EA

YAOS produces two musical shows a year - in March and October - at the acclaimed Octagon Theatre in Yeovil, Somerset's premier arts and entertainment venue. The Octagon Theatre also has a comfortable and spacious Café Bar, so theatre-goers can enjoy a relaxing meal or drink before the show.
YAOS is fortunate in attracting many talented and enthusiastic performers, supported by a large and dedicated team of back-stage members, willing to devote huge amounts of their own time. YAOS is proud of the consistently high standards achieved and has won some 20 national awards over the last 25 years. YAOS still continues its long tradition of hiring a professional orchestra, sound and lighting crew for every show, to give our audiences the best possible live theatre experience.
Musicals, Operetta, Opera - Age Range: Young actors/actresses required for some shows - Rehearsals: Monday, Wednesday and Friday

Contact via our website or social media

Yeovil Amateur Pantomime Society


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Yeovil Youth Theatre



Email: info@yeovilyouththeatre.org.uk
Musical Theatre - Age Range: 13-18
An amateur group performing since 2005 in the South Somerset town of Yeovil. All Welcome - please visit our website for information on our upcoming shows.

Zenith Youth Theatre Company

Zenith Youth Theatre Company

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As a voluntary organisation Zenith Youth Theatre Company is the only youth theatre company in Bath which is a registered charity.
After fifty four years, Zenith (formally Bodlets), continues to entertain the citizens of Bath and the surrounding area. Recognised as an outstanding theatre company for its quality of performance and professionalism, Zenith is not a theatre or drama school, we are not driven by exams or qualifications and our members are not students. Think of us as a ‘family’, a youth theatre company, a safe happy place where all our cast and volunteers are equal and supported so that they can perform to the best of their abilities!
We do not have an entry audition policy to join Zenith, However, members are encouraged to audition for a specific part and are given the support they need. We rehearse Friday evenings at St Marks Community Centre, Widcombe, perform two musicals a year and in addition occasional plays or special events.
Our activities are overseen by a board of trustees and organised by a management and production team. Commitment and a promise to do what has been agreed, whether from cast or volunteers, is the keystone to the success of our group and is the reason for Zenith’s longevity.

Contact director@zenithytc.co.uk
Tickets: 07546093129 or tickets@zenithytc.co.uk

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