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Cumnock Area Musical Production Society C.A.M.P.S.


Cumnock Area Musical Production Society, locally known as CAMPS, is a registered charity with a proven track record in providing regular access to musical theatre productions and training. Established for over 10 years and has produced a wide variety of musical theatre and concerts throughout the Cumnock and Doon Valley Area during this time. The group keeps going from strength to strength thanks mainly to the commitment and hard work of the members and the volunteers within the group. CAMPS also actively work with local school children by providing theatre workshops in a lead up to their productions providing children with the skills and the confidence required to enable young people to take guest roles in these productions.
A wide variety of opportunities are currently available for members and/or volunteers including musical performance, drama, dance, set design, technical skills, costume and production skills. Membership is open to anyone interested in theatre, whether as a performer or behind the scenes for ages 11 to 14(Juniors) 15 + (Seniors), although currently there is a waiting list for junior members. Regular meetings take place on a Monday at Trinity Church Hall, Ayr Road, Cumnock and Wednesday at Cumnock Academy, Ayr Road, Cumnock from 7.00pm to 9,00pm both evenings
New Developments
As mentioned earlier Junior membership is currently full, however we are looking to address this by providing an additional evening to establish an independent junior section. This will also open up opportunities for our junior section to be able to attract and perform additional shows that, at present as an adult company, we are unable to get a performance licence for. If you are aged between 11 years and 19 years old and would like to hear more about membership, please contact us via our website or social media
Calling on Volunteers
If you feel you have the skills to assist with any of the above and are interested in helping out we would really like to hear from you. Also keep your eyes peeled for details of our next Open Day when you can come along and try out things for yourselves. Alternatively, come along to one of our regular nights.
If you would like to come along as a volunteer or to find out more about membership, you will be made welcome by the members who will be pleased to answer any questions you may have. For further information on any of the above, from volunteering, becoming a member.

Dunlop Players


Dunlop, Ayrshire

Dunlop Players is an amateur (and now award winning!) drama group based in Dunlop, Ayrshire. We have regular performances of one, two and three act plays, in addition to the yearly Pantomime.
Started in 1991, we are a friendly group who come from all walks of life, and have our own reasons for joining. Whether you are interested in being on stage, learning the ropes backstage, a set-builder or director, you will be given a warm welcome.
We meet at the village hall at 19h30 every Tuesday. You can come and join us there, or if you don\ít feel ready, then you are welcome to join us on Facebook or Twitter

Kilmarnock Amateur Operatic Society


Kilmarnock Amateur Operatic Society is a lively group who enjoy bringing Musical Theatre to Ayrshire.
Rehearsals are normally on a Tuesday (Principals), Thursday (Chorus) and a Sunday (Children & Adults as required).
Contact us:

Loudoun Musical Society - LMS

Loudoun Musical Society - LMS

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Based in the Palace Theatre, Kilmarnock

As well as our annual production, we perform regularly throughout the year supporting local charities and events.

Contact: loudounmusicalsociety@outlook.com or via our website or social media

St. Josephís Players

Kilmarnock, East Ayrshire

Original Full Length Plays, One Act Plays, Pantomimes & Musicals
Age Range: Anyone aged 16+
Rehearsals: Every Sunday
We are an award winning amateur dramatics group, who meet every Sunday. The group is open to anyone aged 16+ who wants to get involved in amateur drama, be it on stage or behind the scenes.




Contact via our website or social media

Stewarton Drama Group

Stewarton Drama Group


SDG Premises, Corsehillbank Street, Stewarton, Ayrshire, KA3 5BA

If you are over 18 and would like to find out more about getting involved next season drop into the SDG Premises, Corsehillbank Street, Stewarton, Ayrshire, KA3 5BA from 7.30pm. This will be a great chance to come along, see round the premises, have a chat with existing members, and find out more about the Groupís planned productions for the new drama season. Whether you fancy treading the boards, helping out backstage, making costumes, singing and dancing in the pantomime chorus, or simply supporting the Group by becoming a Patron youíll be made very welcome.
email stewartondramagroup@hotmail.co.uk

Take A Bow

Take A Bow

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Take a Bow musical theatre group provide classes to children from 5-19yrs of age, we are non-discriminatory in our registration process and include children from various backgrounds and abilities. We endorse creativity, fun, learning and confidence building with safe professional practice within safe and accessible environments. We are based in Kilmarnock Ayrshire and have expanded into South Glasgow to provide a class for children with profound special needs and it is our aim to further extend to include a wider radius within Ayrshire and East Renfrewshire. Our organisation is non-profit making and is run by a management committee.
Contact: enquiries@takeabowkilmarnock.com

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