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Dolphin Dance StudioUK
42 Devon Street, Liverpool L3 8HA
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We rent out our studios for various classes/events and groups throughout the week.
We are based just outside Liverpool city centre L3 8HA and have 3 studios available to hire out all with sprung floors and mirrors. We also have kitchen facilities for use and receptionist on the door at all time to assist with anything.
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by Bev Clark
Ever feel you need to de-clutter? Crazy and Sanity are two women on a mission.
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The Old Stables, Sandydown nr Stockbridge, Hampshire SO20 6BY
Contact: Hannah Taylor
Open Air Theatre Space Available
We are a company called Turner & Thom, based in Sandydown between Winchester and Stockbridge. We consist of a Lifestyle boutique where we sell Homewares, Glasswares, Toys, Clothes and much more. We are also home of Margaret Turner Fine Jewellery, a goldsmith who has built her company over the last 40 years. At the studio we also boast a Yoga studio where we host classes and workshops and a large woodland area where we will be hosting outdoor cinema events as well as other outdoor workshops. We are also in the process of opening our Kitchen Cafe where we will be offering Teas, Coffees and Food of the highest quality.
Our Woodland space is an excellent venue for performing arts, we have had performances of Shakespeare’s Midsummers Night Dream performed by The Pantaloons and it was very well received here by the community. We have ample parking and can offer more hands to help with events if required. I have attached a photo of the woodland but we would be very happy for you to come and view the venue and get a real feel for it.
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The Quay Theatre, Sudbury
Contact: Scripts are available for short term loan from the Quay Box Office or online at Project Gutenburg
Monday 8th May at 7.30pm
Performance: September 2017
Sheridan’s play is set in 1775 and follows the romantic difficulties of Lydia who is determined to marry for love, which lead to a wealth of mistaken identities and misunderstandings from some larger than life characters, including the infamous Mrs Malaprop, whose ability to mangle the English language is legendary.
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Short Documentary Reenactment
We’re looking for a female 40’s slender, lighter skinned African American for a short documentary reenactment for Thursday/Friday (27th, 28th April 2017).
Please email Shelby at sverheyen@cineflixcom
Shelby Verheyen – The Eleven
Assistant Production Coordinator
Manchester, NH, USA
Posted on 25/04/2017
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Support Your Local Amateur Theatre Group
Author: Norma Phillips
Teesside Musical Theatre Company
We hope that Teesside Musical Theatre Company’s (TMTC) reputation will encourage audiences to buy tickets for the upcoming 2017 production of “Spamalot” being performed at Middlesbrough Theatre on 15-20 May 2017. “Spamalot” was aptly described by the Newcastle Evening Chronicle as “a pantomime for all seasons”, and our production promises to be spectacular and hilarious, appealing to everyone who wants to leave the theatre feeling thoroughly entertained. The only pain you will experience from this encounter with a “python” is the ache in your ribs from so much laughter.
TMTC were excited to secure the rights to “Spamalot” in 2014 to be the first North East Amateur Company to perform the show. However, due to circumstances beyond our control, tickets sales are likely to be adversely affected by the fact that many people may have already seen the show recently in the local area. However, other productions of “Spamalot” will pale in comparison with Teesside Musical Theatre Company’s forthcoming production which is guaranteed to be as good, if not better, than anything that can be seen in the West End.
True to the “Spamalot” ethos, we are determined to “Always Look on the Bright Side of Life”, and rehearsals are progressing well. Our Committee and Members endeavour to be supportive of each other and work together to ensure the survival of local amateur theatre. Several members of Teesside Musical Theatre Youth Company are also part of the cast, giving them valuable experience in a full scale production and helping to secure the future of TMTC.
For “Spamalot” TMTC also have a Youtube page with amusing videos providing a taster of the production and showing how much fun the cast is having at rehearsals. Visit the page at www.youtube.com and subscribe to receive news of future videos.
We need the support of local audiences to come and join in the fun at Middlesbrough Theatre from 15-20 May 2017 by ordering tickets from our ticket secretaries, Jacquie Kelly (tel: 07712 485211) and Sue Bargewell (tel: 07806 786327) or from the Box Office on 01642 815181. Tickets cost £15 for adults and £10 for Under 14s.
Posted on 11/04/2017
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Astley Community High School
Wanted to hire/buy
July 7th - 14th
We are looking for hairspray costumes to hire or buy depending on price.
The production is for a school age cast ranging from ages 10 to 16
Many thanks Joanna Tarpey
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Large quality props for 'You're a Good Man Charlie Brown.
Snoopy's Kennel, Lucy's 'doctor is in' booth, Charlie Brown's mailbox.
Solid construction. Snoopy's kennel is fully mobile.
Are you planning a production of this musical?
These are available and 'free to a good show'!
Will need uplifting from Stirling.
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Most famously: ’The Magdalen Whitewash’.
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Duston, Northampton, NN5 6DT
Duston Players have been serving the Duston community in Northampton for over 70 years.
We are a friendly amateur dramatics group who regularly present Comedies or Thrillers, plus a Christmas Show each year, at Duston Community Centre, NN5 6PT
Fancy giving it a go?! We’re always on the lookout for talented actors - but we need talent backstage as well as on. Got a knack with a needle and thread? Really good at pulling curtains?! Dab hand with a paint brush? Come and offer up your talents and in return you’ll be part of a fun and sociable group.
For more info, please get in touch - contact our secretary (firstname.lastname@example.org), or pop us a message on Facebook. We’re even on Twitter where you can get all the latest news!
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Aurora Studios, 28 Fountain Street, Belfast, BT1 5ED Northern Ireland
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Open Day at Aurora Studios - free sessions
Monday 24th April
Free Taster Day!
At Aurora Studios we know you want to take care of yourself, we know you like having fun but we also know sometimes it can be a little daunting or difficult to try something new! That's why we're having a free taster day, so go on! Jump in and try something different, we think you'll love it!
Monday 24th April
FREE TASTER DAY*
12:15 - 12:45 Rebounding
13:15 - 13:45 Dance Fit Cardio
17:30 - 18:30 Dance Fit Cardio
18:30 - 19:30 Dancer Bod: Sculpt & Tone
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Tel: 02895 430320
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Aurora Studios is also available for hire: for functions, parties and fun!
Situated in the city centre & close to public transport links we're the ideal place for you!
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Dates Required: March 2017
We are currently looking for a Musical Director. Fee negotiable.
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Junior AMDRAM ClubUK
Production: Summer RevueContact: Gerry Jones 07823 883203 or email@example.com
Dates Required: Feb 2017 on
Southam Junior AMDRAM Club are performing a summer revue with two choir songs, so we are looking for a singing teacher to help with two choir numbers, so if you are able to help, and live within easy travelling distance of Southam Call Gerry Jones on 07823 883203 or email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Name: Debbie Bell
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Calvary greetings to Yuh all, please I need a drama script on this topic The Full Amour from Romans 13:12
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see Review by John Elworthy of Ely Standard on 11 February 2017
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REVIEW: Cambridge University Gilbert & Sullivan Society offer a stylish performance of HMS Pinafore
There’s a lovely line in their programme notes explaining the plot of HMS Pinafore that reads ‘ it all works out in the end, hip, hip hooray!’
It does and indeed did quite satisfyingly on the opening night of the Cambridge University G&S Society’s production at West Road Concert Hall.
Jam packed with those studying everything from engineering to the classics, chemistry to languages, and from heart biology to behavioural science, you wonder how they find time, but grateful they have, for the subtleties, nuances and pure indulgence of a Gilbertian outlook.
The appetite for such light opera may have waned but the Cambridge audience – of an unsurprising large number of middle aged and older theatre goers who indeed looked capable of ‘whistling all the airs from that infernal nonsense Pinafore’ – were happy to feast on the increasing rarity of a G&S classic.
Musical conductor Tristan Selden was rightly being congratulated by his orchestra members on his robust performance as I passed them during the interval – his was a stylish and at times delightfully frenzied journey that allowed the production to get into gear. G&S is about delivery and pace – the cast responsible for the former, the musical director for the latter. Both got it right.
Tiffany Charnley as Josephine was captivating, charming and ever so slightly coquettish to ensure Max Noble, as her suitor Ralph, was never to going be dissuaded from the challenge of courtship and marriage above his class.
HMS Pinafore was first staged in the late 19th century at a time when class was a dominant force in the British way of life and challenges to it a pre-occupation of satirists into which the G&S tradition was conceived and flourished.
Coincidentally alongside the impish drama of G&S this week class and society at Cambridge was being played out in real life by the university student filmed burning a £20 note defiantly in front of a homeless man on the city streets.
William Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan would not have approved for Pinafore, and their other productions that came before and went after it, used literary devices and parody to challenge, and mock, the status quo.
HMS Pinafore has a shorter run than some years but brevity in performances has not stunted enthusiasm, production values and an outpouring of genuine zest and affection for a much loved and valued tradition.
Class is indeed alive and well – and being teased, tantalised and tormented with nicely.
You have limited opportunity to catch this show – take it if you dare.
Posted on 11/02/2017
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A Proper Caper And No MistakeDate Req'd: ASAP
I stumbled on an article in 2009 about a play called "A Proper Caper And No Mistake" by Anthea Roberts that was performed by the Buckfastleigh Drama Group. The story sounds absolutely fascinating and I was reaching out to see if there are any hard copies available of the play. Or even a digital copy. I would love to purchase one for reading.
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Professional magic shows and group or one to one tuition.
We are based in the village of Marston Moretaine and can provide individual one to one or group tuition on magical entertainment and presentation.