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Ombersley Dramatic Society


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Palace Youth Theatre


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Pershore Operatic and Dramatic Society (PODS)

Pershore Operatic and Dramatic Society (PODS)

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Number 8 Community Arts Centre, High Street, Pershore

Pershore Operatic and Dramatic Society (PODS) Resident musical theatre company at Number 8 Community Arts Centre in Pershore, Worcestershire. Est Jan 1989.
Contact: info@pershorepods.co.uk

Phoenix Theatre Group



It is now a regular occurrence for the Group to provide 3 shows a year - a Pantomime in January with a cast of anything between 30 and 50 people ranging from ages 11 upwards, a Play in June for our adult membership and a Variety Show or Musical in September/October for our younger members.
Membership is now over 100 individuals, with ages ranging from 11 to 50+ and the Group goes from strength to strength each year. The Phoenix certainly has risen!
New Members aged 11+ are actively encouraged to join the group, either as performers or production assistants.
Contact our Membership Secretary for further details, membership@phoenixtheatregroup.co.uk

Redditch Amateur Theatre Society (RATS)


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Redditch Operatic Society


The Society was re-formed in 1959 and has staged at least one major musical production each year since then. In 2009/10 we celebrated our golden anniversary.
ROS is currently made up of over 90 acting and non-acting members, making it the largest (and we like to think, most professional) performing society in the area.
If you wish to join the Redditch Operatic Society, or would just like some more information about us, please contact our Chairman, Tony Jay.
We are especially keen to hear from anybody who would like to be involved behind the scenes in any way - from stage crew to props, make-up, costumes, lighting, sound and so on.
Or are you a budding producer or musical director keen to get involved in the amateur musical theatre scene in Redditch? If so, let us know!
And we're always looking for additional rehearsal pianists - a paid position. So if you can play the piano well, and are free on Tuesday and/or Thursday evenings, we'd certainly like to hear from you.

RGS Worcester Drama




The Drama department at Royal Grammar School Worcester, including the Film Makers' Clubs and the resident DIY Drama Company.

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Rowney Green Players


Rowney Green, Near Alvechurch

Well established, enthusiastic and friendly amateur dramatics group.
We meet regularly at Rowney Green Village Hall near Redditch, Worcestershire and produce 2 plays a year.
E-mail info@rowneygreenplayers.co.uk

Rushwick Amateur Dramatic Addicts



A very social group, we meet weekly on Monday nights at 7:30pm in the Rushwick Village Hall on Bransford Road in Rushwick. Our main aim is to promote an interest in amateur drama within Rushwick and the surrounding area. If you would like to become a member, or just want to find out more, come along on a Monday night and see what we're up to. We welcome anyone interested in theatre-actors or non-actors, experienced or not, along with scene painters, seamstresses, gatherers of props and those just interested in being part of the company.
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Saplings Youth Theatre

Berrow Green

We are a theatre company based in Worcestershire (Berrow Green) who run a weekly youth theatre for ages 11-16 called 'Saplings'. We run every Friday night during term time at the Martley Old School and hold regular auditions for intake for the next term. We run singing from 6:30pm till 7pm; acting from 7pm till 8pm and then Ballet from 8pm till 8:30pm.
Contact details: info@treeshadowtheatreproductions.co.uk
Full details including fees and a sample term schedule are available here

St John's Players Worcester

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Founded in 1949 in the St John’s area of Worcester, we have performed in diverse venues such as schools, church halls and theatres around Worcestershire with at least one play a year performed at the Swan Theatre, Worcester since its opening in the 1960s.
We always welcome new members. One great advantage of being small is that we are very much a team who all tackle every job – you could be directing one play, acting in another, or even “chief tea-maker” in the next.
We present our autumn production on the Swan Theatre Main Stage, with a spring production usually taking place in the recently-regenerated Swan Theatre Studio, a more intimate venue which gives us the opportunity to select a wider range of plays to suit different audiences.
Recent acclaimed productions have included Allo Allo, Bedroom Farce, Up Pompeii and One For the Road.
We have a lot of fun, but because we perform in a professional theatre we aim to perform to the highest standards.
We have a regular Club Night on Tuesdays. Cast rehearsals take place Tuesday and Thursday evenings. We have for many years been based in the Claines and Barbourne area and meet at The Mill, Gregory’s Mill Street, Barbourne.
Contact: info@stjohnsplayersworcester.org.uk

Stourport Three Arts Guild


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Studley Operatic Society Music Theatre Group

Studley Operatic Society Music Theatre Group

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Studley Operatic Society perform their main show once a year, traditionally during April, at the Palace Theatre, Redditch. Over the years the range of productions has varied considerably and we have been recognised by NODA both for shows and programme production noteably in 2004 for The Scarlet Pimpenel and The Card in 2009. We are a friendly society and actively welcome new members to join us either in an acting or non-acting capacity. For further information see our “contact us” page. Whilst in session we rehearse twice a week - on Wednedsay night for Company and Chorus and Monday night for Principals. All rehearsals currently take place at the Community Meeting Rooms, Woodrow Centre, Redditch, Worcestershire.
Contact: studleyoperatic@gmail.com

Swan Theatre Amateur Company



Established in 1945 as SAMA (Society for Advancement of Music and Arts) the organisation was renamed to the Swan Theatre Company in 1965 when the theatre first opened and we became the resident amateur company. During that time we have presented over 200 plays on the Swan’s main stage and in the Vesta Tilley studio adjacent to the theatre. In addition, the Children’s Theatre wing has staged plays for younger theatre goers for almost as long. Several premieres have been staged by the company including a play based on a book by Dirk Bogarde, A Postilion Struck By Lightning, as well as Brian J Burton’s musical version of The Drunkard (or Down with the Demon Drink), which went on to play for eighteen months in an Off-Broadway theatre and is still performed all over the world. The Swan Theatre Company again changed its name in 2004 to the Swan Theatre Amateur Company (STAC).
We continue to produce and perform two productions a year on the main stage in the theatre and at least three plays in the studio, which has something of a cult following. Our popular Children’s Theatre also occupies the main stage, one Saturday a month from October to May, for two morning performances.
The Swan Theatre Amateur Company is a membership organisation. Our members pay a subscription to join the company on an annual basis. The membership year runs from May 1st to April 30th. We usually send newsletters and audition notices to our paying members by email.
Non-members can attend an audition but will be required to join the company if they are given a part. This also applies to technical/backstage crew etc in order to be covered by our insurance. Membership fees are reduced by 50% for anyone joining the company between December and April. For this purpose new members who have been cast are deemed to have joined when rehearsals started!


Abbots Morton

Small village group concentrating on annual pantos (original scripts) but always hoping for more...... people and performances!
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The Coach House Theatre, Grange Road, Malvern WR14 3HA

The Coach House Theatre is a volunteer run theatre with professional standard equipment. We are a hiring house for touring productions with a thriving AmDram Society, Costume and Prop hire, After School Junior Drama Groups and The Coach House Collective: a new venture into Drama training Masterclasses for Adults with Writing workshops and play readings too. We have a monthly French film club and new Film Noir and Children Film clubs launching soon. We are always happy to welcome new people to The Coach House theatre and have plenty of roles for everyone to get involved with, from costume hire, to Front of house duties, costume and set design to lighting and sound systems (qlab). Please check out our website or FB page or give us a call on 01684 569 011

Find your creative mojo at The Coach House Theatre!

Contact: office@coachhousetheatre.co.uk / 01684 569 011 or via our website or social media

The Harlequins




The Harlequins is a production company for aspiring young performers aged 8 - 19 years of age staging two major musicals a year in professional theatres.
Contact: theharlequins@hotmail.co.uk

The Norbury Theatre Players


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The Pepperpot Players

The Pepperpot Players

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Upton Upon Severn

Upton-upon-Severn’s amateur dramatics company, The Pepperpot Players, was first established by Martin Harker and Roger Corbett Milward in 1976, when a three-strong cast performed Anton Chekhov’s ‘The Proposal’ in the Upton Church Rooms.
The Players, whose plays, musicals, cabarets and pantomimes have been entertaining generations of audiences ever since, are now a very familiar and popular part of the community. Upton’s Memorial Hall is now our regular home, and is the venue for our evening rehearsals and the three major productions that we stage each year.
The Pepperpot Players are always looking for new faces, young or old to swell our ranks. You can get involved in lots of ways as well as acting – by designing and making costumes, creating and building props, designing and painting scenery, dance choreography, arranging and playing music, being a chaperone for younger members or by producing or directing a play – something for everyone!
Rehearsal nights are Mondays and Wednesdays from 7.30 – 9.30 pm at the Memorial Hall, Old Street, Upton-on-Severn. We look forward to meeting you!
For information about us please contact us via our website or social media

Theatre 282


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We'll make you laugh, we'll make you cry. From comedy and Panto to tense thrillers and costume drama. Theatre282 entertaining audiences for 40 years.
Contact: info@theatre282.com

Worcester Cathedral Chamber Choir

Worcester Cathedral Chamber Choir

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The Worcester Cathedral Chamber Choir is a mixed voice adult choir (SATB) comprising about 30 singers and working to a high standard of musical excellence. As a part of the historic community of Worcester Cathedral, the choir has gained a reputation for musical sensitivity and ground breaking performance.
The choir was founded in 1998 by its musical director, Stephen Shellard, in order to draw together a group of high quality singers from the local area to develop a concert repertoire and further enrich the choral tradition of Worcester Cathedral.
The establishment of the choir made history as, for the first time since its foundation nearly 1000 years ago, Worcester Cathedral included women’s voices as a part of its musical life.
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Worcester Operatic & Dramatic Society


Worcester Operatic & Dramatic Society (WODS) was formed in 1892. We perform several musical shows each year usually at the Swan Theatre in Worcester. Anyone from 16 to 116 is welcome to join whether you're a dancer, singer or actor, or want to help out backstage, we're always on the look out for new members. We also have 2 youth groups - WODYS & WODAC. Formed in 1982 WODYS now perform a musical show at the Swan Theatre, Worcester every year. Youngsters between the ages of 8 and 18 are trained in all aspects of theatre work, including singing, dancing, acting and general stagecraft.
The majority of our productions are staged at the Swan Theatre Worcester. Some of our smaller productions take place at our rehearsal venue in Worcester.
Fancy Joining In?
Do you enjoy singing, dancing or acting? Would you like to improve your performance skills? Maybe you would like to be involved with the numerous backstage roles vital for a smooth running and successful production?
Most importantly - are you interested in becoming part of a friendly and well respected organisation with over 200 dedicated members and over 100 years of performance history?
Tickets for WODS productions can be purchased either from the Swan Theatre box office or from WODS directly.administrator@wods.co.uk

Thank you for taking an interest in Worcester Operatic & Dramatic Society.
WODS consistently produce great quality amateur theatre productions with a strong emphasis on Musicals. We stage 2 large scale productions a year at The Swan Theatre Worcester as well as smaller productions that are performed in our own rehearsal space.
We rehearse on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. Monday night is generally our dance rehearsal, Tuesday is usually for Principal members of cast and Wednesday is our main rehearsal night. Wednesday is for all cast members, as well as any non-cast members of the society who wish to pop down to watch and socialise. All rehearsals are held at our own rehearsal space in the centre of Worcester.
If you're interested in joining us, you can get more information or arrange a visit by sending us an administrator@wods.co.uk

Worcester Operatic & Dramatic Society's Youth Section - WODYS


Formed in 1982, WODYS have arguably become one of the leading amateur youth groups in the country. Every year they perform a musical show to full houses at the Swan Theatre, Worcester.
Youngsters between the ages of 8 and 18 are trained in all aspects of theatre work, including singing, dancing, acting and general stagecraft.
If you are interested in applying for membership of WODYS, the procedure is as follows:
E-mail WODYS' Secretary by clicking info@wodys.com.
You will be send an application form, which should be completed and returned to the address shown on the form.
PLEASE NOTE! Normally the cut-off date for applications is the second Saturday in August of each year, but this may be earlier depending upon the size of the waiting list.
You will placed on the waiting list and notified of three "Audition Workshops" which are held prior to auditions. These are usually held during Sept/Oct each year.
You will then take an audition and notified of the results.
If successful, you will become a member of WODYS.

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