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TAOS Musical Theatre

TAOS Musical Theatre

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TrowbridgeTAOS Musical Theatre (Formerly Trowbridge Amateur Operatic Society) is based in Trowbridge, and puts on 2 musicals a year. New members always welcome!
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Tarrant Valley Players

Tarrant Valley

Drama, Panto & Variety. Age 5 to 100
About 13 years ago a few people in the Valley got together to read some plays. Out of this, the Tarrant Valley Players, as they became, presented the local community with The Kingfisher, a romantic comedy. We progressed to a couple of home grown pantos, Tarrantella and Dick Whit-Hinton. More plays, pantos, Music Hall nights and Revues followed. Our members are all local people with an interest in amateur dramatics with a wish to contribute to their community, at the same time having fun and being creative. We have helped fund an annexe to a Valley village hall and we make regular donations to local charities. We love to welcome new members with an interest in all aspects of local amateur dramatics.
An amdram group who have been around for about 14 years, we will tackle almost anything, but noted for our splendiferous pantos! We did our first musical last year, "Oliver!", which was a huge success. Friendly and welcoming, and we like to donate as much of our money as possible to local charities!

The Alderbury Players

Alderbury - near Salisbury

We produce an annual Pantomime - and usually one mid-year play
¦Age Range: Minimum age is 11
¦Rehearsals: We rehearse on Sunday and Wednesday evenings.
As a village based Amateur Dramatic Society, we are always on the look out for people to join us - not necessarily to act, as there is a lot of behind-the-scenes work to do as well.
If you would like to join us - or just see what we do - Contact us via our website or social media

The Commonweal School

The Commonweal School, The Mall, Old Town, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN1 4JE

The Commonweal School offers all students an enjoyable, rewarding and high quality education.
Mission statement: Our mission is to increase knowledge of the power of Art in a broad social context. We aim to raise awareness of social issues, increase empathy with others, promote personal development and facilitate learning to all. We advocate peer education, team building, IT skills, improvements in the environment, social inclusion, cultural diversity, wider participation and empowering our communities.
Our forward looking, friendly and committed staff combine expertise and enthusiasm to provide a meaningful education with opportunities for all students to succeed.
Within the community Commonweal School has an excellent reputation and we work hard to retain this by looking after all those who belong to and work with the school and by maintaining our high expectations of what can be achieved, both in and beyond the classroom.
We are an oversubscribed, genuinely comprehensive school with a distinctive character and have a desire to do things just that little bit differently.
As a performing arts college we believe that all students should be given the opportunity to increase their self-esteem, to foster a positive self-image and, through creative experiences, to work actively and constructively with others.
We look forward to working with you if, like us, you wish the time spent at Commonweal to be as rewarding as possible for all concerned.
For further info on Commonweal Performing Arts please Contact us via our website or social media

The Kings Men


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The Malford Players

Christian Malford, Chippenham

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The Marlborough Players


Contact via info@marlboroughplayers.co.uk
The Marlborough Players were founded by Barbara Clauson, Ian Philpott and Jack Hawkes in 2004 after the huge success of the 'Wheels of Time' play (marking the 800th anniversary of Marlborough's Royal Charter) clearly indicated that there was a healthy appetite for amateur drama in the town once again.
Although we have a healthy membership, we are always looking for aspiring actors and directors to join our happy band, as well as those willing to help backstage. If you are interested and would like further details, please contact the Membership Secretary, Ian Philpott, on 01672 512302, or via the 'Join us' section of our website.
Our first General Meeting on 6th January 2006 established a formal committee and approved our Constitution. Since then, we have successfully staged J B Priestley's classic play 'An Inspector Calls', Alan Bennett's political comedy 'Getting On', Mike Williams' comedy 'Waiting for Panto', Christopher Hampton\’s \‘The Philanthropist\’, Peter Nichols\’ \‘A Day in the Death of Joe Egg' and, in June 2010, Joe Orton\’s comedy \‘Entertaining Mr Sloane\’.
Ian Philpott
If you have a yearning to be on stage, or help behind the scenes, then why not complete and return the New Members Questionnaire.
Membership is FREE and ensures that you receive details of our productions, auditions, events and meetings.
You don't have to be an expert. Enthusiasm, commitment, time and every day skills are just as welcome. There are opportunities for you to become involved with every aspect of our public performances, including directing, acting, backstage, box office, front-of-house, lighting, sound, prompting, properties, publicity, set design, set building, stage management, wardrobe, running the bar and much more.

The Phoenix Players


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The Soldier’s Arts Academy

The Soldier’s Arts Academy

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Hubs in London, York, Nottingham, Exeter, Edinburgh, Salisbury, Manchester

The Soldier’s Arts Academy CIC is a platform through which serving and ex-serving military personnel and their families can participate in the creative and performing arts, using their skills and experiences to engage audiences.
Stage Productions and Performance
The Soldier’s Arts Academy produces and collaborates on stage productions all over the world including London’s West End, the Globe, theaters in the USA, and Canada - and more. Each production includes involvement by serving and former serving military. Military members receive mentoring and education to support their artistic development.

Contact: info@soldiersartsacademy.com or via our website or social media

Theatre Ink

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Theatre Ink formed in January 2008 in Swindon, the conception of a local thespian with passion and experience in producing, directing and acting in both local and professional drama organisations.
With a number of highly praised shows under our belts, Theatre Ink has become one of Swindon's foremost amateur theatre companies.
We are a hub of creative opportunity and as well as performing well known productions, we are always on the look out for exciting new work and great projects. We develop skills and nurture creativity, encourage ideas and foster collaborations.
Our objective continues to be to raise the standard of amateur theatre in Swindon, where we consistently tackle new, exciting and challenging shows as they are released for the amateur stage.
We're a society for anyone who loves all varieties of live theatre, be it acting, singing, dancing, back stage or simply going to see shows with friends.
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Tiverton Players


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Trowbridge Players



Contact trowbridge_players@hotmail.com
The Trowbridge Players are an amateur theatre group based in Trowbridge, Wiltshire UK. We have been in existence for more than 30 years. The group is made up of people from all walks of life and all ages who come together to pursue a love of acting in the theatre. We meet in Trowbridge at the Arc Theatre every Tuesday, with additional rehearsals on Friday evenings. For some it would have been a preferred profession but fate or sense prevailed! Although we are an amateur group, all our productions show a high degree of professionalism in all aspects - from stage management, to wardrobe and props, to lighting, and of course, the acting.

T.S. Theatre Productions


TS Theatre Productions was formed in 2011 with one rule; if you have a good idea then pick it up and run with it as quickly as possible.
We are not a company that will ever work for six months on one project.
We are a company that believes in doing things not talking about them. And we are not afraid to challenge ourselves and our audiences.
TS will always guarantee you a trip, you choose how far you want to ride it...
Contact tstheatre@hotmail.co.uk

Warminster School

Warminster School, Church Street, Warminster BA12 8PJ

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Wessex Male Choir

Wessex Male Choir

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After Rob Elliott & Katrine Reimers' inspirational leadership, Rhiannon Williams-Hale now takes over as MD of one of the UK’s most accomplished male choirs.
We rehearse every Tuesday evening during term time, 7:30 - 9:30pm at Abbey Meads church in Swindon, new members are always welcome, previous choral experience is not essential and many choristers do not read music. See our website for further details.
Contact: membership@wessexmalechoir.co.uk

Western Players

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The Western Players originated as "The Great Western Railway(Swindon) Mechanics Institute Amateur Theatrical Society" in the early 1900's (the first production was of "Checkmate" by A Halliday on April 25th 1904) and celebrated its 100 year anniversary in 2004. It has performed over 240 plays at the last count (although research is still ongoing!)
Today its aims are the same, namely to bring stage entertainment to the people of Swindon and to have fun doing it. There are about 40 or so members ranging in age from late teens to mid- eighties (the average is probably about the forties) and whilst many are very keen to perform on stage, there are those who are equally keen to provide the essential support of director, stage manager, backstage, lighting and other vital roles to ensure a performance takes place at the highest standard. Most members are willing to do any function to make the production successful, but no one is forced to anything they would rather not.
There is a very friendly co-operative feel to the whole group. What they all have in common is: the desire to do well, the ability to be team players and the love of the theatre. It puts the Western Players in the enviable position of having no prima donnas, no cliques, with everyone working to support productions, whether they are directing, on stage, backstage, front of house or publicity. It is a healthy society, still welcoming new members and mixing those with experience and those with youthful enthusiasm to best advantage for the society and for the audiences.
In terms of activities, the key functions are the three productions (each of four nights in the Arts Centre in Old Town, Swindon) that take place in Spring (Mar/April normally), Summer (June/July) and late Autumn (November) annually. The type of production ranges from Drama (Cause Celebre) to Period (Jekyll and Hyde) to Comedy (Tom, Dick and Harry) to Thriller (House Guest). There is the opportunity to enter the One-Act Play Festival each year, although in the last few years the Western Players have not done so.
Rehearsals start about 10-12 weeks before the performance and normally take place on a Monday and Thursday at 7.30pm at The Salvation Army Centre, Chapel Street, Gorse Hill, Swindon SN2 8DA) and finish between 9.30 and 10.00pm.
On top of all this there are social activities - trips to the theatre, skittle nights and the Christmas Dinner (normally in January!!) that allow members to get to know each other in a relaxed, social setting.
Everyone is very welcome at the Western Players, in whatever capacity they wish to undertake.
Further information can be obtained from any Committee member, but for a first point of contact send an email or see us on Facebook. inquiries@westernplayers.co.uk
Box Office box-office@westernplayers.co.uk

Wharf Theatre


Contact mail@wharftheatre.co.uk
Box Office: Devizes Books, Sidmouth Street, Devizes SN10 1LD
For more information on Membership, please contact us via our website or social media

Whole Hog Productions

Whole Hog Productions

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A Swindon based theatre company. Specialising in new writing and performing in and around the South of England
Whole Hog Productions was founded in late 2008 by four local actors & directors who had worked with each other in various Theatre Companies between 1990-2001. Matthew Clift, Ryan Gilks, Phil Regan and Steve Sprosson last worked together on a production of Harold Pinter's 'The Homecoming'. There was a certain line in the production Ryan always struggled with and stumbled over ("Go the Whole Hog, not the Half Hog"). So, a new company was born!

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WBLOS (Wootton Bassett Light Operatic Society)


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WBLOS are based in Wootton Bassett, in Wiltshire. We rehearse and perform in the Memorial Hall, and put on a Spring show and a pantomime around Christmas. We have an active junior section, the WBLETS, who put on regular shows and concerts.
Email: secretary@wblos.org.uk

Whitley Players


Whitley, Nr. Melksham

We are a small production company based in Whitley, Nr. Melksham, Wiltshire. We meet at the Reading Rooms to have a bit of fun and stage the occasional play and pantomime. Recent shows include Snow White, Murdered To Death and Blyth Spirit. Everyone welcome to join!

Wroughton Amateur Dramatic and Music Society - WADAMS

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Wroughton is a village near Swindon and our Society has been in existence for 44 years. We perform a Pantomime every year and also a summer production and a show by our Junior section known as Junior Wadams
Contact Us
If you would like to contact us about any upcoming shows, joining the society or any other agenda please contact us via any of the details below:
E-mail: secretary@wadamsdrama.org.uk
We will try to get back to you as soon as possible! Thank you

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