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Landseer Players (The)

The Landseer Players

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The Landseer Players are a local theatre group from Ipswich, Suffolk. Formed in 1979 we perform 2 shows a year - a traditional pantomime in February and a Singing and Dancing spectacular in summer.
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LHS Drama Club

We are a high school drama club.
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Little SODS


Who are Little SODS?
We are SODS’ (Stowmarket Operatic and Dramatic Society) junior group. We are open to young people between 8 and 18.
What do you do?
We provide local young people with the opportunity to perform drama, learn new theatre skills and techniques and, most importantly, have fun! We operate in a friendly, encouraging and positive environment, and we are always looking for more people to join our clan.
Little SODS meet every Wednesday evening during term time at Chilton Primary School in Stowmarket. A typical session includes a warm-up, drama exercises, games, movement, singing, sketches and work on pieces for performance.
In the Autumn-Winter term we get into the Christmas spirit with our very own pantomime. The show is written specifically for Little SODS, and tailored to the group so that every member has plenty to do during the rehearsal process and in the show itself. This year, we will be taking to the high seas with our all-singing, all-dancing production of Robinson Crusoe.
Our second term, running from January until the Easter holidays, is our activity term. To provide the young people with a range of experiences, we invite in various outside practitioners and groups to lead performance-based workshops. These range from vocal techniques to dance styles, from improvisation to stage combat. These workshops are interspersed throughout the term with games and activities devised and run by our very own leaders.
To round off the year, after Easter we begin rehearsals for our summer production. In the past, these have included the fantasy horror musical ‘The Rocky Monster Show’, a collection of abridged Shakespeare plays with a comedy twist, ‘SPANDEX - The Musical’ – an epic tale of failed superheroes uniting for a common cause and the hilarious comedy musical ‘Pandemonium’, a story of wonder, romance, mystique and some very cheesed-off Greek gods!
For our Summer productions, we occasionally split the group into younger and older members. This enables us to do more than one show, and gives us the opportunity to experiment with productions that are tailored specifically to age. We also support older members in submitting their own ideas for drama and development. We actively encourage our members to stay in touch as they get older – several of the current SODS membership were once Little SODS themselves!
Who runs the group?
We have at least four leaders at each session (and usually six) to ensure that everyone gets the attention they need to improve their skills. As a group we adhere to the NODA Model Child Protection Policy. All leaders are members of SODS themselves. They are also CRB checked and are expected to obtain chaperones’ licences when they start work.
Can I join?
The maximum group size is 40 members, and there is currently a (shortish) waiting list. If you’d like to join us, or if you’d like to just find out more, please contact us via our website or social media

Lowestoft Players



In the main, rehearsals are held at our new headquarters at THE BETHEL, Battery Green Road, just round the corner from the Marina Theatre on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings.
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Magic Rain Theatre


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Magpie Performers

Magpie Performers

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Founded in 2017, Magpie Performers is a new, upbeat Amateur Dramatic group based in Ipswich, for Ipswich. Our shows strive to be unique, memorable and a breath of fresh air for the Am Dram world. We also dream of being able to help our local community in any way we can, and are always looking for new members to join our theater family, whether to perform or be backstage.
Contact: info@MagpiePerformers.co.uk

Masque Players


The Masque Players have been performing in one form or another for well over 60 years!
Originally known as the Nacton Road Players, the group was originally developed to present Shakespeare to local schools. Over the years the group has evolved into a versatile amateur dramatics group which stage a wide range of drama.
The Masque Players are based at the Kesgrave Community Centre and with an active membership of in excess of 30 members produce two plays a year, one near Easter and the other at the end of November.
The Masque Players have built up a well deserved reputation within the Suffolk theatrical community. Little wonder when you consider our constant output of quality plays and also that we can claim early association with such theatre luminaries such as Trevor Nunn who used to join the group for play readings!
We manage to attract a regular stream of audiences to our productions and it is not unknown to get over 700 for the four nights we stage our plays.
New members are always made welcome in whatever capacity they feel comfortable doing. With two productions a year there is always the opportunity to do something, whether its on, off or behind stage
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Mendlesham Amateur Dramatics Society

Kendlesham Community Centre, Mendlesham, Suffolk, IP14 5RT

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MilkBottle Productions


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Mustard Theatre Company

Mustard Theatre Company


Touring group in Suffolk

Established in 2004 as a touring amateur theatre group taking drama to venues in Suffolk that didn't traditionally have access to theatre/drama, Mustard Theatre Company has evolved and now takes on dramatic productions that stretch themselves and their audiences.
We have stayed loyal to our touring status and now include top class theatre's in the region as well as arts venues.

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Newmarket Millennium Youth Theatre

Wallace Wareham, Newmarket, Suffolk

Annual Summer School providing seven day intensive rehearsal technical training, resulting in a week performance of a scripted musical.
For further information about the 2011 NMYT Summer School please contact us info@nmyt.co.uk

Newmarket Operatic Musical and Dramatic Society Ltd - NOMADS

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NOMADS is an amateur dramatic society which owns and performs at the Kings Theatre in Newmarket.
NOMADS are an extremely active society - as we own our own Theatre we have a full calendar of shows each year which include both shows performed by the Society and a number of outside productions.
NOMADS normally perform 2 musicals, 1 pantomime and 3 plays during a calendar year. NOMADS also have a thriving Youth Section for 9 - 18 Year Olds which meets weekly and also performs 1 musical and 1 play per year.
Due to the high work load of the Society we are always on the lookout for new talent to help us. We welcome new members to help out with every aspect of theatre, whether that be Acting, Singing, Dancing, Stage crewing, Lighting and Sound Technicians, Musicians, Costume Helpers,Bar Staff, Box Office and Front of House Staff.
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Newmarket School of Dance

Newmarket School of Dance

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Newmarket School of Dance offers ballet, tap, modern and hip hop classes in Newmarket and Soham. We prepare students for Royal Academy of Dance ballet exams and ISTD Tap and Modern exams. We also offer Hip Hop classes, including a boys only class and perform our bi-annual show at Tattersalls! We run Musical Theatre Classes where students learn drama, dance and singing and have the opportunity to take part in performances and examinations. We also offer Pre-School dance classes which develop motor and social skills in a fun and imaginative way to children from 2 years of age. As well as adult classes in both ballet and tap - a great fun way to exercise! All classes are taught by highly qualified professionals and are designed for all, from those who wish to partake in dance simply for fun to those who are seeking a professional dance career.
Contact: info@newmarketschoolofdance.co.uk

Nineohsix Productions


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A new amateur group based in Ipswich, Suffolk. Founded by two members who work in professional theatre and who aim to produce high qulaity productions in the region.

Phoenix Productions


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Quaysiders Amateur Dramatic Society


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Radio Castle (Community Radio Station)


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RAF Mildenhall Players


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RATS - Radical Arts Theatre School

RATS - Radical Arts Theatre School

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Radical Arts Theatre School is a place to discover and explore the many aspects of creative theatre.

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Ringshall Amateur Theatrical Society


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Roughcast Theatre Company


RoughCast often provides workshops for schools and drama and community groups, including for older people. We also aim to make our plays as accessible as possible, both in terms of making the plays understandable and from the perspective of performing in a variety of venues.
Contact websitemail@roughcast.co.uk

Rushmere Players Drama Group


Rushmere Players started life in the 1940's, based originally in Rushmere Hall Primary School but latterly at the Sir John Mills as our audiences expanded.
We have appeared in Drama festivals in Felixstowe and as far afield as Llandrindod Wells.
We are a small team with a core membership of 12 – young and not-so-young – but are able to draw on friends in the membership of other groups in the area when the need arises. We like to put on plays that are challenging both for the actors and technical, such as A Few Good Men(Aaron Sorkin), Roots (Arnold Wesker) and The Crucible (Arthur Miller) but Shakespeare has yet to appear in our repertoire.
We are a very friendly group and an ideal starting-place for anyone looking to get involved in amateur theatre. It doesn’t have to be as a performer; there’s always a need for assistance with set building / painting, props and generally helping out backstage.
One of our current members started like that and has now just finished playing Captain Darling in our last production, so no need to plunge straight into the deep-end.
Please email us for more information and we’ll fill you in on our current activity: rushmereplayers@gmx.co.uk

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