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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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Darland Community Theatre

Darland Community Theatre

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Darland nr Wrexham

Darland Community Theatre is an amateur dramatic, community theatre group based in Wrexham that performs plays twice a year. We perform on the stage at Darland School in Rossett, hence the name and we normally put on a play in the spring, around March and also in the late Autumn/early Winter in November.
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Grove Park Amateur Theatre

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Hill Street, Wrexham LL11 1SN

Grove Park Theatre is Wrexham’s oldest amateur theatre and is based in the town centre. We aim to provide the community of Wrexham with good value entertainment of a consistently high standard. Our shows range from comedy, drama and suspense through to costume plays, pantomimes and musicals.
We are run entirely by volunteers and are always keen to welcome new members in both the adult and youth sections. Whether you want to appear on stage or help behind the scenes, there is room for you at Grove Park.
Come and join in the fun!
Email: boxoffice@groveparktheatre.co.uk

LimeLight Productions



Contact limelightwrexham@googlemail.com
We are a self funding amateur theatre company in Wrexham North Wales with 6 productions per year in the Wrexham area.
Award winning LimeLight Productions Wrexham produce 6 shows per year in and around the Wrexham are. Offering youth theatre for ages 3 to 18 years, plus adult membership. Well known for providing first class musical shows,plays and entertainment in the community.Classes Held for ages 3 to 17 years at our own studio and music rooms. During these classes children enjoy tuition in all aspects of performance covering singing, dancing, drama, and much more, whilst having fun. Working towards performance in their own shows. Entertaining out in the community at local carnivals, fetes and private functions. All tutors are qualified & CRB checked.
We also have our adult performers who meet every Tuesday evening at 8.00pm to rehearse for their shows. Performing in Musicals and plays.
LimeLight has something for everyone! No audition necessary, as training is given along the way to inexperienced performers. A great way to meet new friends with the same interests.

New Start Theatre Group

St Francis of Assisi Church in Llay, Wrexham LL12 0NT

New performing and non-performing members are always welcome at the society.
Rehearsals take place at St Francis of Assisi Church in Llay, Wrexham LL12 0NT on Wednesday (7:30) and Sunday (14:00)
For further information, please contact us.
As a Theatre Group, New Start relies on teamwork to achieve, maintain and push forward the standards of production we uphold. As well as the singers and dancers who perform, we have a vital team of willing members undertaking admin tasks, selling tickets, planning and co-ordinating 'props' and costumes, building scenery, publicity and so much more!
If you have enthusiasm and a talent you would like to share with us, please don't be shy! We are always pleased to find new friends to join our group, whether as a playing member or in a non-playing capacity - we would love to meet you!We look forward to hearing from you.
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Wrexham Musical Theatre Society

Wrexham, North Wales

Established in 1942, the society is 68 years strong. Now based at its headquarters in Wrexham town centre, the society aims to put on regular productions, be it either musical or straight-play. The headquarters boasts dual-purpose studio theatre/function room, 2 bars, an extensive wardrobe, scenic and property workshop & storage and car parking for up to 32 vehicles. As a studio theatre the room can accommodate up to a 120 seated audience capacity, and a layout customisable to any desired function. As well as hosting its own productions and various touring acts and performances, the society puts on large-scale productions at the Stiwt Theatre, Rhos. The society's social committee also presents charity concerts and other events at our facilities.
Wrexham Musical Theatre Society is always looking for enthusiastic people to join us and become members. Any age, any interest, any background - you will be warmly welcomed
Our Membership Officer, Leslie Nunn, can be contacted at the society via email info@wmts.co.uk with any questions.

Wrexham Panto Co

Wrexham, North Wales

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YR Drama Dept


Ruabon, North Wales

Ysgol Rhiwabon Drama, a drama department in a 11 to 18 school in Ruabon, Wrexham North Wales

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