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Braemar Pantomime Group

Braemar Pantomime Group

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Braemar Pantomime Group have been performing for 24 years.
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Dinnet Panto Group


Royal Deeside

Dinnet Panto Group came together to perform Cinderella in January 2010 and such was the success they have since performed Dick Whittington (2011) and Aladdin (2012). The next offering will be Sleeping Beauty in January 2013
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Laurencekirk Amateur Musical Society

Laurencekirk, Aberdeenshire

We are a local drama group that was set up in March 2011. Our first show was 'BadGirls the musical', with FAME following last year and this year in August 2103 we will be performing 'Little Shop of Horrors'
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Stonehaven Ury Players

Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire

Who are Stonehaven Ury Players?
In the 1930s and 40s, Stonehaven Junior Unionist Association entertained the local community with a variety of concerts.
In 1954, the company became independent under the name of Ury Players, and has continued to entertain the local community with a wide range of drama, music and variety over the decades.
In the 1970s and 80s, the company was large and thriving and was able to stage ambitious musical productions such as 'South Pacific' and 'My Fair Lady'.
Today, with a much smaller company, the Ury Players continue to keep up the tradition of Pantomime (which continues to be our most popular show), as well as entering the Scottish Community Drama Association festival of One Act plays, and occasionally presenting evenings of varied dramatic pieces.
The Stonehaven Youth Theatre also joined in many of the productions over the years, until they folded in 2000.
Recent years have seen some troubled times for our group with the loss of our rehearsal and storage space due to vandalism. Finally, in summer 2008 we were able to acquire a secure storage space for all our props and backdrops and have now been happily rehearsing in the South Church Hall for many years.
Why do we do this?
Well basically, because we enjoy our hobby! Whether we have lead roles or chorus, whether we are backstage, onstage or front of house there is a lot of fun in amateur dramatics! Whatever role we take, our members are willing to give up time and energy to produce entertainment of a very high standard for the Aberdeenshire community.
Unlike many other groups we do not audition for members, anyone can come and take part whatever their abilities either performing or backstage. If you would like to join, or would like more information please fill out the Contact Form or phone 01569 763524.
Please note, you must be aged 14 or over at the time of production
Contact uryplayers@hotmail.co.uk

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