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Bangor English Drama Society (BEDS)


We're a democratic theatre group, one of the largest currently in Bangor University. We do a variety of plays, from modern (such as 2009's Closer by Patrick Marber), to older (2007's An Ideal Husband by Oscar Wilde) and even fantasy (we performed Terry Pratchett's Wyrd Sisters in June).
We're open to students and alumni of Bangor University. This year we're planning to do a play in Welsh, and take a show to the Edinburgh Fringe.
Contact via our website or social media

Bermo Arts Club


New members are always welcome, so if you are interested in joining us, why don't you come along to the Dragon Theatre on a Wednesday evening at 7.30pm.
The Bermo Arts amateur dramatic group have been around since the early 1900's. The group is a thriving drama group known for putting on a professional show that brings in an audience. Audience participation activities and sing alongs are guaranteed.
They put on a summer performance running every Wednesday in August with plays such as "Allo Allo", "Are you being served", "Murdered to death", "Hi-de-hi" & "The Vicar of Dibley".
The group also does Christmas pantomimes like the classics,"Alladin", "Cinderella" but all with their own little unique twist added in for a little fun. The group meets every Wednesday evening at 7:30pm in the Dragon Theatre, Barmouth.
Anyone interested in either performing or in helping back stage is invited to talk to a member of the club from whom they are sure of a warm welcome.
Contact via our website or social media

The Starlight Players


When we’re not rehearsing for our next production or performing to cheering audiences, we often get together for the odd social gathering. The Starlight Players is more than just your regular amateur theatrical society, we're also great friends.
Come along and join this great group. We have a variety of talents, from directors to actors to lighting and sound technicians, from makeup and costume to set building and publicity. All talents are needed in a group such as this. So if you feel like treading the boards or wielding a paintbrush then Starlight Players is for you! Please complete the form on our website

Dolgellau Amateur Dramatic Society


Theatr Fach, as it's name implies (for non Welsh speakers, fach means small or little) is not a large venue but what the building, a former chapel, lacks in size, the company of people who perform in the space make up for in sheer enthusiasm.
They are a group of disparate individuals who number teachers, artists, retired business executives and one almost tame professional writer.
Throughout the year, the company puts on various productions; plays, readings, poetry readings, a summer show and, of course pantomime.
The group also plays host to 'professional' companies and individual performers. These 'professionals' performances are sponsored by Gwynedd Council under the 'Night Out Scheme'.
A recent lottery grant enabled the company to enlarge their back stage facilities and to add a club room where committee meetings and less formal gatherings take place.
The group are constantly putting out the welcome mat for new members and you don't have to be a performer to join!
Recently awarded a grant of £99,000 to to build an extension to Theatr Fach, Dolgellau which will improve backstage facilities at the arts venue.

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