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Upstage Theatre Company


Kingston upon Thames

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Vivace Chorus

Vivace Chorus

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Looking for a new choir? Join us and you’ll sing beautiful music in great venues, have the chance to tour abroad and to sing with professional orchestras and soloists.
Contact: sponsorship@VivaceChorus.org

Vivaldi Singers

Vivaldi Singers

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United Reformed Church, South St, Farnham

New members welcome!
We extend a warm welcome to adult singers (18yrs over) of any age and experience. No auditions are required and our musical director includes vocal technique in each rehearsal.

We currently have vacancies for all parts but we specifically looking for Tenors and Basses.

These are held on Tuesdays from 7.45 pm to 9.30 pm at the United Reformed Church, South St, Farnham. Newcomers are always welcome to join us at any stage and are able to attend several rehearsals before deciding whether to join.
No Audition Necessary!
For further information please email info@vivaldisingers.com

Walton on Thames Junior Youth Theatre

Walton on Thames

We are a small theatre group based in surrey and we need to build members in walton on thames.
Project Drama is launching in early 2012 in Walton on Thames (Surrey)
Project Drama is open to children aged 8 - 12 years
Project Drama will be running theatre workshops throughout 2012
Our project aims to introduce all aspects of theatre from acting, singing, dance, stage combat, physical theatre, musical theatre and performance skills to all children in the local area who wish to learn new skills, have fun and make new friends.
Groups will run on a wednesday evening from early February 2012 and are open to all children in the junior (8-12 years) age group no experience neccesary, just come along and have fun. The workshops run from 7-8pm each wednesday evening
The first workshop will begin early february and will be "Acting & Drama skills". The workshop will conclude with a short performance based on "Hansel & Gretel"
The workshops last approx 6 weeks each and cover a different theatre based skill workshops are taught by a CRB checked and qualified drama specialist.
For more information or to book your child's space on our first workshop Please projectdrama@live.co.uk

Wallington Operatic & Dramatic Society


We are friendly society performing two shows a year. A musical in late spring, and a revue/cabaret show in late autumn. We are always looking for new members of all ages, both male and female. If you are interested in joining us, whether as an acting or non-acting member working backstage or wardrobe or any other capacity, or if you would like notification of forthcoming shows, tickets or any other information, do please contact us.

Walton & Weybridge Amateur Operatic Society - WWAOS

Walton & Weybridge Amateur Operatic Society - WWAOS



We perform 2 main musicals each year, and also a Music Hall/Variety show. - Age Range: 16+ - Rehearsals: Every Tuesday & Thursday, 8pm-10pm
Contact via info@wwaos.org.uk
WWAOS is based at The Playhouse, Walton on Thames, where our performances are staged and where most of our rehearsals take place. The Society was formed in 1925 and, apart from the war years, has staged productions every year and now has over 130 to its credit.
We are a friendly and enthusiastic society, performing two main musical shows each year plus Music Hall and Compilation shows.
It's not all hard work, there is a tremendous amount of fun and enjoyment and we are always looking for new members to share this with us, both on stage and as crew, lighting etc. We aim to produce good quality performances in a social and convivial atmosphere. Our rehearsal nights are generally on Tuesdays and Thursdays, with the occasional Sunday nearer to a show week. Our main shows run Monday to Saturday, with a Saturday matinee. WWAOS is affiliated to the National Operatic and Dramatic Association (NODA).
The Venue
The Walton Playhouse has been used to stage all of our productions, except for three shows in 1965/66 when, due to fire damage, they were produced at Halliford School, Shepperton.
The building was originally owned and built by Cecil Hepworth, who ran the film studios. It was the power generating house for the studios. In 1925 it was bought privately and turned into a hall/theatre. Later it was acquired by the local Borough Council, and is let out for public shows and events. It is a stand-alone building which has the ambience of a small theatre and now has raised rear seating. It boasts a bar room, and there is easy access for disabled patrons.
Box Office: 01483 770131

Weybridge MVC

Weybridge MVC

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Male Voice Choir formed in 1921 and performs across Great Britain for local and national charities. Our Musical Director is Jonathan Kilhams.
Contact: info@weybridgemvc.co.uk

Wimbledon Light Opera Society - WLOS

Wimbledon Light Opera Society - WLOS

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Wimbledon Light Opera Society is always looking for new talent, on stage or off. We’re also interested in hearing from experienced directors in this field. There are lots of roles to fill - backstage, front of house, arranging publicity or social events.
Previous experience is not essential, but enthusiasm and commitment are. Singing membership is by audition - very informal, and members have first chance of auditioning for principal parts.
We perform two shows a year - usually mid-May and mid November or early December. As soon as we finish one, we start rehearsing for the next one. Our twice yearly performances take place at The Secombe Theatre (Sutton), The London Oratory School Arts Centre, Merton Hall or occasionally Wimbledon Theatre.
Rehearsals are held on Tuesday evenings from 7.45pm to 10.00pm at the Village Hall, Lingfield Road, Wimbledon and Sunday evenings for the final month before each production (plus Thursday evenings for Principals - and occasionally, closer to the show, the chorus may also be required on Thursday evenings).
If you’d like to join WLOS, please get in touch with us ASAP by emailing info@wlos.org.uk

Windlesham Drama Group


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Windlesham Club and Theatre., Kennel Lane, Windlesham, Surrey.
The Windlesham Drama Group was formed back in 1977 for the purpose of staging amateur dramatic productions and also to enjoy theatre trips and other social activities.
The group meets at Windlesham Club and Theatre on Thursday evenings from 8.30pm onwards.
New members are always welcome, whether as budding actors / actresses, social or to provide support behind the scenes.
Membership open to anyone 16 and over interested in amateur dramatics.
There are normally 3 productions a year, starting with a pantomime in January and followed by two plays, one in May and the second in October.
The age limit doesn\’t necessarily apply to our pantomime productions.
Just pop in and see us any Thursday. The Windlesham Drama group meets every Thursday (with a few exceptions) at the Windlesham Club and Theatre, Windlesham. During rehearsals we also meet on Tuesday evenings. Since July 1997 we have been fortunate to be based at the Windlesham Club and Theatre, Kennel Lane, Windlesham, Surrey. GU20 6AA

WODS - Woodmansterne Operatic and Dramatic Society

WODS - Woodmansterne Operatic and Dramatic Society

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WODS (Woodmansterne operatic and dramatic society) is a thriving amateur society based in Woodmansterne, Surrey. We are an active friendly company who have lots of fun. We always welcome new enthusiastic members of all abilities to be onstage performers, backstage or front of house helpers. We also recruit locally for new directors, choreographers and musicians.
We aim to put on 2 fully staged shows a year - In May a musical and in October a revue, play or variety show. We also have a talented junior company (11-18yrs) who perform a pantomime in February.
We usually meet for rehearsals on a Tuesday evening at 8pm St Peter's church hall in Woodmansterne, if you would like to come and meet us you would be warmly welcomed, please contact us to confirm day and time.
You can email us : info@wods.org.uk

Woking Amateur Operatic Society - WAOS

Woking Amateur Operatic Society - WAOS

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c/o, 81 Kingsway, Woking, Surrey

Woking Amateur Operatic Society is a registered charity with the aim of promoting musical theatre. Generally the Society puts on two shows a year in the Rhoda McGaw theatre. New members welcome both on stage and behind the scenes. We generally try to build some or all of our scenery and there are opportunities for those interested in make-up, sound, lighting, stage management, props, publicity, programmes, and costume. Shows are cast through open-auditions for principal parts.
Contact: info@waos.info

Woking Community Play Association - WCPA

Woking Community Play Association - WCPA

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We tell stories of Woking that bring people together to make drama. No experience is needed and everyone is welcome.
36 Board School Road Woking GU21 5HE
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Woking Drama Workshop



WDW is a relaxed space to try out different drama techniques, have fun and enjoy doing impro!
Contact: wokingdw@gmail.com

Woking Youth Theatre


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Woldingham Players


The Woldingham Players were founded in 1927 in Woldingham, Surrey, on the ridge of the North Downs. The Players have produced over 150 productions since then, with only a break during the War years. The multi-purpose Woldingham Village Hall, which has a well-equipped stage, lighting and sound system, provides an ideal venue for the Players' productions. The Society currently has a mainly locally-based, supportive membership of around 110. It welcomes guest actors and directors to supplement local talent, and several of its members also participate regularly with other local groups, both performing and back-stage.
The Society aims to mount two full-length productions a year and regularly enters a one-act play for the annual Southern Counties Drama Festival at the Barn Theatre in Oxted. There is a lively calendar of social events, including performed and straight play-readings and theatre outings and parties.
In recent years classic plays performed have included Noises Off, The Rivals and Bedroom Farce, as well as older plays such as Viceroy Sarah. Since 2009 Rough Justice, Donkeys' Years and The Weekend (June 2012) have been significant successes.
In 2004 our SCDF entry of black Remembered Hills advanced through two rounds to the semi-finals of the All England Theatre Festival, and subsequent entries have been well received. In 2010 we entered the Leatherhead Drama Festival for the first time with The Dear Departed and were delighted to win the Adult Section ; in 2011 we performed One Season's King at both SCDF and LDF and received commendations at the latter festival.
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Woodfield Entertainers

Woodfield Entertainers

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All of our performances are staged at The Ashtead Peace Memorial Hall, Woodfield Lane, Ashtead, Surrey KT21 2BE. website
If you are interested in joining us, contact Sara Brammall for more details at woodfieldentertainers@yahoo.co.uk
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Worcester Park Dramatic Society (WPDS)

Worcester Park Drama Society

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WPDS are a friendly society and are always hoping to swell their ranks with new members, not just in an acting capacity. There are numerous roles to be involved with backstage, such as props, lighting and sound and in pre-production work, which includes construction of sets and furniture, and painting scenery - which is especially suited to all of you die-hard DIY fanatics!
When not in rehearsal, WPDS hold play readings, quizzes and other social events and there are organised trips to see professional and amateur shows throughout the year.
If you are interested in finding out more, please contact us wpdsociety@hotmail.com

Xpress Theatre, The Camberley Theatre


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Youth East Surrey Performing Arts (YESPA)

Youth East Surrey Performing Arts (YESPA)

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Redhill / Reigate

Youth East Surrey Performing Arts (YESPA) is an innovative and dynamic award-winning youth musical theatre group affiliated with East Surrey Performing Arts (ESPA).
YESPA offer a range of musical theatre, singing, acting, and dancing opportunities for young performers aged 11 - 21 years, with limited places for confident 8 - 10-year-olds. Based in the Redhill/Reigate area of Surrey, YESPA's membership currently represents over 25 different primary and secondary schools from across Surrey, Kent, and West Sussex.

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Young Stars Theatre Group


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Younger Generation Theatre Group



The Younger Generation was set up in 1989 to give young people the oppportunity and chance to appear on stage in a professional environment. The group is a registered charity and last year they represented N.O.D.A. (National Operatic & Dramatic Assoc)in the Queen Mother's Birthday parade in London. Group is for boys & girls aged 10 to 18 who want to appear on the stage. We like to have about 100 young people aged 9 - 18 tears old in our shows. We try to give each cast member and equal amount of items to appear in. We know that some of our cast are not 'brilliant' but we do not aim for perfection like stage school. Our aim is to let anyone try that would like to have a go at being on stage. It doesn't matter if you are fat, thin, tall, short or even from Mars, if you have the energy and are prepared to work with us, we will help you! The annual show is at the Ashcroft Theatre, Croydon. There is a one off subscription fee of £50, which covers all rehearsals and costumes. For further information please contact us via our website or social media

Youth of East Surrey Operatic Society (YESOS)


We are the youth section of East Surrey Operatic Society (ESOS) founded in 1907. YESOS was founded in 2004 and members are aged between 8 and 21 yrs. Our performers audtion for a place in the show for each production undertaken. We perform full length musicals in a professional theatre (The Harlequin Theatre, Redhill) and with professional tech staff and musicians. Unlike most youth groups we perform a run of 4 performances and often attract total audiences of over 1,000 people across the 4 shows. There is a show fee, which varies according to age and the show chosen, but it is usually in the region of £100 - £170. The shows are rehearsed in an intensive workshop fashion, with just 4 singing rehearsals and then a 10 day intensive workshop period at the beginning of the summer holidays, before going in to the theatre for the Tech and Dress and 4 performances. Previous shows include: Honk!; Oklahoma, Wizard of Oz. Our current show is "Peter Pan the Musical" (August 2nd - 4th, 2012)
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Zodiac Musical Society

Zodiac Musical Society

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We are a small, friendly amateur musical society performing in the Staines and Sunbury on Thames (Middlesex) areas. Our main production is held each year at the Magna Carta Arts Centre in Staines. Our Christmas and Spring shows and our annual Quiz night are held at the Riverside Arts Centre in Sunbury on Thames. Zodiac Musical Society was formerly known as Zodiac Light Opera Society and is registered with the Charity Commissioners (Registration Number 800031). The Society is a member of the National Operatic and Dramatic Association (N.O.D.A) & is also affiliated to the Spelthorne Community Arts Council, the Runnymede Arts Association, the Magna Carta Arts Association and the Riverside Arts Centre. The Society meets every Thursday evening at Laleham Village Hall, The Broadway, Laleham, Middlesex between 8pm-10pm. There are also occasional rehearsals throughout the year on Tuesdays and at the weekends. The Society has also provided shows for local retirement homes/day centres.

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