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Cr y Gyrlais

Cr y Gyrlais
www.corygyrlais.co.uk

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Cwmtwrch Uchaf, Powys

Cr y Gyrlais are an outstanding and successful Welsh and English language male voice choir from the small towns and villages in the Upper Swansea valley.
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Fron Male Voice Choir

Fron Male Voice Choir
www.fronchoir.com

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Welshpool, Powys

Oldest Boy Band in the World. 5 Albums are named Voices of the Valley, VoV:Home, VoV:Encore, VoV:Memory Lane, VoV: Ultimate Collection
Chairman@fronchoir.fsnet.co.uk
Secretary@fronchoir.fsnet.co.uk

Guilsfield ADS


www.guilsfieldads.net

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Guilsfield Community Centre, Guilsfield, Powys

Guilsfield Amateur Dramatic Society is a successful Community Amateur Drama Group based in Montgomeryshire. It presents a number of productions each year and enters one act plays and drama festivals. We welcome new members and audiences

Contact guilsfieldads@gmail.com or via our website or social media

Llandinam Drama Group

Llandinam Drama Group
www.llandinamdrama.uk

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Llandinam Village Hall, Powys

Founded in 1991 we celebrate our 25th birthday this year with our 35th production. Llandinam Drama Group is a community based amateur, not for profit organisation. We have been entertaining audiences with comedies, drama, variety shows, pantomime, reviews, and contemporary productions. Stuck in rut we are not!
Our members range in age from 7-70, with all kinds of backgrounds, professions and experience, but sharing a common passion for theatre and working together.

Productions are held twice yearly in Llandinam Village Hall. Rehearsals for the Spring production begin in March and in September for the Christmas production. We meet every Tues evening for an informal coffee, natter and play-reading. So why not pop along and meet the gang?
We are a lively, friendly and enthusiastic group who love to have fun whilst striving for excellence in all we do.

If you would like to become involved contact us or visit us website or Facebook
Dont be shy. Come, make new friends and join in the fun. Youll find a warm welcome awaits you.
Email: contact.us@llandinamdrama.uk

Mid Powys Youth Theatre

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Powys
The Drama Centre, Tremont Road, Llandrindod, Powys LD1 5EB

Mid Powys Youth Theatre is an award-winning performing arts company based in the heart of rural mid-wales.
Email mpyt@powys.gov.uk

Newtown Amateur Dramatic Society

Newtown Amateur Dramatic Society
powystheatre.org.uk

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Powys, Newtown

Newtown Amateur Dramatic Society was founded in 1934 and we welcome anyone to come along and join us.
Whether you'd like to act, direct, help with costumes, sound, lighting or set building you will always get a warm welcome.
We meet Monday & Thursday 7:30pm in Powys Theatre, Canal Road, Newtown, SY16 2DE
Contact us through Facebook or email us at newtownamateurdramatics@gmail.com

Newtown Musical Theatre Company

Newtown Musical Theatre Company
www.newtownmtc.co.uk

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Powys
Newtown

NMTC stages two musical shows each year at the Hafren Newtown - generally in the spring and autumn.
Joining is simple just contact us or simply come along to a rehearsal.

Players At LlanSilin (PALS)

Powys
Llansilin, near Oswestry

We are a small village amateur dramatics group consisting of people from a variety of backgrounds. We currently put on one production a year in our village hall usually around Jan/Feb time. New members, (acting and/or support), are always welcome.
Contact pals@tynyberth.co.uk

The LADS

The LADS
www.ladstheatre.co.uk

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The Village Hall, Llanymynech, Powys

Llanymynech Amateur Dramatic Society - known throughout the area as the LADS - has been in existence for 20 years, bringing live theatre to the village and drawing an ever-increasing following from as far afield as Oswestry, Welshpool and Shrewsbury.
From humble beginnings, the Society has flourished and its reputation has grown. A large collection of medals and silverware from various festivals bears this out, but the primary aim of the LADS was and always will be to provide reasonably-priced live entertainment to the highest possible standard. To this end three productions a year are staged - one just before Christmas, one in late spring and one in early summer.
Since 1992 the LADS have tackled all manner of plays, from light comedies and period pieces, to innovative new plays and ambitious spectacles with a cast of 50.
Come and join us!
If you want to get involved with the LADS, we are always on the lookout for new members. Whether you want to act, direct, do costumes or make-up or help with the technical side of a production, you will be guaranteed of a warm welcome.
We also run a free mailing list which gives advance notice of forthcoming plays and readings.

Contact info@lads-online.co.uk or via our website or social media





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