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Arran Music and Drama Club

Isle of Arran, North Ayrshire,S.W.Scotland

The club always welcomes new members with open arms. It\s a helluva lot of fun! Rehearsals are traditionally at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday nights at Brodick Hall from November until showtime. Come along one night if youre interested. Besides lead roles, there is generally bit parts and plenty of chorus work, and we can always use help behind the scenes as well.
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Garnock Valley Community Drama


Garnock Community Social Club, Loading bank, KA25 6 Kilbirnie

New community drama group based in Kilbirnie

Largs Players

North Ayrshire

New members are always welcome, whether to be onstage, backstage, helping front of house or becoming a patron you will be most welcome!
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Why not come along to our open evening on Thursday 26 August at 7.30.in the Masonic Hall, New Street.
Were a lively and busy club with a full programme of Comedy Theatre, Pantomime, Murder Mystery and the occasional Musical. For most productions we meet every Tuesday and Thursday in different venues around Largs.
Were looking for new members who are interested in joining the Largs Players. It would be great if you could act, dance or sing but anyone who would like to help will be warmly welcomed.
There are so many aspects to the club - scenery, costumes, makeup lighting, sound and advertising. If you would like to help even in a small way, you will be warmly welcomed as were a very friendly club.
At the open evening, there will be an informal workshop of games but more importantly a chance to meet others in the club.

Livingstone Players

Livingstone Players

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Livingstone Church Hall, New Street, Stevenston KA20 3HH

Ayrshire based Amateur Dramatic Group Livingstone Players formed in the 1960s, originally under the name of the Livingstone Church Opera Group because of its performances of Gilbert and Sullivan comic operas. The name was derived from the local church from which the majority of its members were sourced and where all rehearsals and shows were performed. Having made the move from opera performances to musicals and pantomimes, the group moved forward with a new name in 1997, Livingstone Players, to aptly reflect the nature of the group.
Today, Livingstone Players still rehearse in Livingstone Church and still hold their annual pantomime in the venue of the Livingstone Church Hall, Stevenston. The majority of Livingstone Players members are from the surrounding Ayrshire area and as such the group have a strong community feel and give all proceeds to charity. The Livingstone Players pride themselves on involving young and old alike, creating a broad fellowship of age, both within the cast and the returning audiences who provide a fantastic atmosphere and offer invaluable support.

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