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Abbey Players

Abbey Players

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Swansea, West Glamorgan

Brynmill Primary School, Trafalgar Place, Mondays & Wednesdays 7:15 pm-9.30pm
In late 1960 a small group of friends got together to do a one off show to raise money for the University Appeal. The driving force was Frank Tucker aided and abetted by Val Treharne and Adrian Howells. The first meeting and reading of The Boyfriend was at a member's house in Cwmdonkin House, Terrace Road. The first show was performed in January 1961 at The Llewellyn Hall. It was such a success that the group were invited to perform at the Waterford International Festival of Light Opera in the Autumn of that year 1961. As some of the original cast , and the Producer, were unable to go to Waterford, the show was recast and David Thomas was appointed as Producer.
The Abbey Players were named after Singleton Abbey where they first rehearsed. and made many visits to the Waterford Fesitval in Ireland, where they won many awards over the years. The society eventually, outgrew their "home" at the Llewellyn Hall in the YMCA and moved to the Grand Theatre, presenting shows on a much bigger scale.
If you are or were an Abbey Player and have any interesting stories to tell, we'd love to hear from you. mail@abbeyplayers.co.uk
The Abbey Players are an amateur group based in Swansea .Their productions are at Swansea Grand Theatre.
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Aberdare Little Theatre

Aberdare, Mid Glamorgan

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Actors Workshop

79 Richards Terrace, Cardiff CF24 1RW, South Glamorgan

Email: info@actorsworkshop.co.uk
ur vision is to provide a creative, focused, and regular workshop session (currently at Chapter Arts Centre), that works by pooling together a collective team of professionally trained practitioners working on a cross-section of theatrical practices. It's aim being to provide a fully functional teaching aid for its attendee's; a place whereby they can not only learn and develop various practices, but moreover feel at ease, being able to relax and enjoy the environment we have created.
In addition to the workshops we provide our members with various performance opportunities throughout the year, so that they may develop further performance skills and have the opportunity to realise the potential of their abilities gained through these sessions.
All of our support team have been professionally trained or currently work within the arts or theatre industry. We have therefore created collaborations and partnerships with professional designers, technicians, playwrights, and venues who help actorsworkshop's core team and their acting members establish the following goals and objectives:
Ø To provide a creative forum for performers to work and experiment.
Ø To provide unique and professional performance and production opportunities.
Ø To build a creative and effective working team that enables Actorsworkshop to grow and extend geographically and physically.
Ø To promote and raise the profile of our services, workshops, live performances and theatre as a whole.
Our Mission
To produce high quality and challenging artistic experiences, through our workshops and productions, for individuals and groups to deepen their involvement and understanding of the arts.

Array Theatre Productions

Array Theatre Productions


We are Array Theatre Productions (NODA member)

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Barry Male Voice Choir

Barry Male Voice Choir

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Barry Male Voice Choir is an amateur choir based in the seaside town of Barry, in the Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales. We are a friendly group of men who enjoy singing a variety of musical styles, from traditional Welsh hymns and songs to more contemporary numbers.
The choir has members from across the Vale of Glamorgan and we are always on the lookout for new men to join. If you would like to find out more about becoming a member of the choir please click here to view the web page we have set up to illustrate how easy it could be.
Alternatively please contact the choir’s secretary on email bmvcsec@gmail.com for more information

Billboard Ensemble

Billboard Ensemble

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Barry Vale, Glamorgan

Billboard Ensemble formed in 1996 and is Barry's premiere Amateur Dramatics company.However there is nothing Amateur about this group,often staging 1sts in the Vale area this company has wowed local audiences for nearly 10years with such hit shows as:AnythingGoes,Crazy for You,Me and My Girl,Sweet Charity,Little Shop of Horrors,Gypsy,Annie Get Your Gun,plus a very spectacular christmas pantomime each year we have a large junior section,who perform their own shows too, all shows are staged in the Barry Memorial hall Thatre.Often with casts of over 50 people with spectacular scenery and costumes large orchestras and an abundance of talent!!We also hold fundraising nights such as a talent show ,stars in their eyes night,where members both performing and non performing can do a turn!! quiz nights and a summer and christmas Ball.
Billboard Ensemble is a non profit making orgainisation and is run by an administration team and a production team.Any profits from any show is ploughed back into next production.One of our current Directors has trained professionally and has worked as an Actor in London and is a qualified secondary teacher. All the production team(s) involved with the junior section our police checked,so it is a safe happy enviroment for all.
Billboard is a very friendly,welcoming and fair company holding open auditions for all productions for new and exsisting members to audition.
Lots of our members stay with Billboard for many years,both in the chorus and in the principle line up this is testament to the company and how friendly it is.
Many of our members have gone on to sucessfully audition and gain places at top London theatre schools.Members of Billboard Ensemble have gone to train at The London Acadamy of Performing Arts(L.A.P.A) and Arts Educational school(Arts Ed).Many of our junior section are with agencies and often appear on T.V.one member Luke Perry aged eight recently apeared in the new Dr Who Series,episodes 8 and 9 (the Empty child) as the child!Senior members are often asked to audition and take part in other companies productions,but all our members are grateful for the stage skills they are given with Billboard Ensemble
2006 promises to be a very exciting year for Billboard who will be celebrating their 10th Aniversary and also a very busy one!with three major productions firstly the junior section with their own specially written musical then the senior section will stage the hit musical 42nd st in late july and then the whole company will perform in their annual christmas pantomime Cinderella! Billboard are even planning to try and stage a play sometime in the year,as their comedy plays staged in the past have been very successful.
If you wish to join this highly sucessful company please contact us, either in the capacity of a performer or to join our very professional back stage crew.
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Briton Ferry Little Theatre


Britton Ferry Community Centre, Lodge Cross, Shelone Road, Britton Ferry, West Glamorgan

BFLT was created in 1949. Throughout that time it has produced 130 plays and pantomimes, not to mention one-off entertainment evenings.
Contact: Secretary thesecretary@bflt.org.uk

Caerphilly County Youth Theatre

Blackwood Miners Institute, Caerphilly, Mid Glamorgan

There is open access to anyone living in the County aged 15-25 years. They meet for workshops October-March at Blackwood Miners Institute (day and times vary). These workshops are run by specialist theatre practioners covering all aspects of theatre skills. From April - July the Youth Theatre rehearse and perform a Shakespeare play which is directed by a professional Director, and has a professional production team to include, Musical Director, Designer, Fight Director, Choreographer, Light and Sound Designer. These productions are staged at Caerphilly Castle as part of the Caerphilly International Festival. Past productions have included A Midsummer Night's Dream, Romeo and Juliet and Twelfth Night.

Caerphilly Players Amateur Drama Society

Caerphilly Players Amateur Drama Society

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Caerphilly Workmens Hall and Institute, 20 Castle Street, Caerphilly CF83 1NY

For enquiries relating to productions or joining the group, email info@caerphillyplayers.org

Cockett Amateur Operatic Society

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6 Cwmgelli Road, Morriston, Swansea, West Glamorgan SA6 7PD

Founded in 1962 as Cockett Church Gilbert and Sullivan Society by the incumbent, Fred Secombe, this group went on to complete the canon of 13 G & S operettas plus the Sullivan & Burnand "Cox and Box" by 1979. During this period, the Society competed successfully three times at the Waterford International Festival of Light Opera, winning the Mark Cannon Award for best G & S Production, the Swift Choral Shield and numerous pieces of crystal glass and certificates of merit.
In 1981, the Society ventured away from G & S with Offenbach's "La Belle Helene" and became Cockett Amateur Operatic Society (C.A.O.S). Since then, the repertory has become quite diverse, illustrating a remarkable degree of versatility.
In 1994, C.A.O.S. claimed the Welsh Premier of "Chess", following on from the Swansea City Premier of "Pickwick" the year before. The complete repertory is included in this website.
This year's presentation of "Hot Mikado" clocked up the 41st production over what has been a happy and rewarding period of years. C.A.O.S has the enviable reputation of being a most friendly organisation where associations tend to be long term. Several founding families have remained active into the second generation, but, of course, newcomers are always made very welcome.
Although the Society is now a registered charity, over the past forty odd years, total contributions to deserving causes from this group have run well into five figures.
The Society performs each year, usually in March, at the Taliesin Arts Centre, University of Wales, Swansea and tickets are always at a premium. We meet every Thursday evening, from September through to the Show in March...
For more information about rehearsals and becoming a member (playing or non-playing) of CAOS, please Contact us via our website or social media

Concept Players

Concept Players

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South Glamorgan

We are a small amateur theatre group based in South East Wales and were set up in order to try to put on productions that were just that little bit different. We believe we bring a fresh approach to the business of running an amateur musical theatre company. We enjoy ourselves and take great efforts to ensure our audiences do as well. We believe in nurturing talent and avoiding the pitfalls of bad sets, bad costumes and run-of-the-mill productions. If it is worth doing, it is worth doing well!
Contact concept_secretary@hotmail.co.uk

Cowbridge Amateur Dramatics Society

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Cowbridge Amateur Dramatic Society (CADS) was formed in 1947 to relieve the tedium in those pre-television days of austerity and anti-climax of the wait for the fifties and the arrival of the 'modern' world. It has been going ever since.
We aim to put on three main productions each year; one in March, one in June/July and one around November. The plays we have staged over the years vary from comedy and farce to dramas and classic plays. Unlike a number of groups, we don’t just stick to well known ‘safe’ plays, but also try new pieces or try to present plays in a new way. This is largely to challenge ourselves artistically, but also to provide something fresh for our audience.
Rehearsals are usually on Monday and Wednesday evenings, and all are welcome to join. Membership is set at £15 per annum. If you are interested in getting involved, please contact the membership secretary
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Cowbridge Amateur Operatic Society - CAOS

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Cowbridge Amateur Operatic Society open to anyone aged 16 to 116.
New performers & audiences always welcome to accompany us on our singing adventures.
The Society has a typical membership of 35-40 people drawn from across South Wales, stretching from Newport to Porthcawl.
We are always looking for new members and welcome singers in all voices and abilities to join a friendly group who are renowned for their four-part harmonies and professional quality productions.
Rehearsals usually take place at St.Athan Community Hall, St.Athan on Wednesday nights at 7.30pm with additional rehearsals on Thursday nights at 7.30pm at Ystradowen Village Hall, Ystradowen.
The Annual production takes place Spring Bank Holiday week at the end of May and the Autumn Concert in early October each year.
In addition we run three fund-raising Coffee Mornings a year, hold Social functions and also organize a party for Members' and Patrons' each Christmas.
To find out more information about becoming a member of CAOS Telephone: 01446 713110 or contact via website

Glamorgan Drama League



The Glamorgan Drama League is an umbrella organisation for community theatre groups in South Wales.
We organise two regular Festivals each year: The Berwyn Festival of One Act-Plays and The Glammies, a peripatetic festival.
In 2004 we host the Wales Final and we hope to develop a new full-length festival in the near future. One of the important roles of the GDL is networking between groups, who without their contact with the GDL would hardly know that other groups exist. We also organise occasional training courses. The GDL is run by a Delegates Committee. Meetings are generally held in Pontyclun.
Currently there are over thirty groups affiliated to the GDL.
Glammies Appraisers' Co-ordinator:
Any comments/questions about this site should go to Glammies@aol.com

Grass Roots Productions

Mid Glamorgan

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Llantwit Major ADS

9 Winbourne Close, Llantwit Major CF61 1QW

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Llantwit Major Pantomime Society


Llantwit Major

Llantwit Major Pantomime Society has been in its present form for over 25 years providing light hearted entertainment for the people of Llantwit Major and surrounding communities. The society puts on two shows per year, the annual pantomime usually around the end of January or the beginning of February and a Summer Show in June. In addition to this we occasionally provide entertainment at other functions.

Maendy Young Farmers


Cowbridge Rugby Club, Cowbridge

Youth Organisation for 10 to 26 year olds offering a variety of competitions and opportunities. Club takes place on Tuesday evenings at Cowbridge RFC.

PODS - Penarth Operatic & Dramatic Society


The Paget Rooms Victoria Road Penarth

Penarth Operatic & Dramatic Society (P.O.D.S.) have been entertaining the community since 1924. We currently do two plays a musical and a pontomime each year. Our cast is mixture of both young and old with every age catered for. We are always looking for people to join us as it is great fun you do not have to want to be on stage as we are always in need of people to help with the production side of things, this could be scene building / painting to helping front of house or any of the 101 things it needs to put on a show.
Please use the contact details below if you would like any information about joining the society, becoming a patron or purchasing tickets.
If you would like to come and meet us in person:
Drama Section - Wednesdays 7.30pm - All Saints Lesser Hall, Penarth
Operatic Section - Thursdays 7.30pm - All Saints Main Hall, Penarth
Junior Section - Not currently running
Ticket Secretary ticketsecretary@pods-penarth.org
Head of Drama headofdrama@pods-penarth.org
Head of Musicals headofmusicals@pods-penarth.org
Head of Music headofmusic@pods-penarth.org
Secretary secretary@pods-penarth.org
Chairman chairman@pods-penarth.org

Selsig Operatic Society

Treorchy, Mid Glamorgan

Contact selsigaos@aol.com

Show Case Youth Theatre (Showcase Sioe Gerdd)

Aberdare Mid Glamorgan

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The Players Theatre


Gelligaer, Mid-Glamorgan

Wales most travelled Theatre Group

West End Club

Barry, North Wales

Barry in South Wales longest running Amateur Dramatics Group is currently seeking new members!
One of the only groups in the area with there own self contained hall and 80 seater Theatre!!!
We meet every Thursday at 7:30pm at Barry Arts Centre Winston Road Barry. So if you fancy popping in and saying hello and join us for a coffee and a chat contact me for more details Contact us via our website or social media

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