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Escuela de Baile

Angel, London

Contact: 07795166590


Studio Space
I have 2 studios in Angel with sprung floors,mirrors, sound system 6-9metres or 12-6 metres or opens into 1 big space Piano and coffee station

Contact us for availability

Posted 19/05/2017


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Tim O'Brien


Tim O'Brien
Tim O’Brien has taught science and music for more than 15 years. In 2000, Mr. O’Brien won a Visions Canada award for his song, "Millie the Millennium Bug.” A graduate of Niagara University, Mr. O’Brien and his wife, Catherine, live in Burlington, Ontario.

My website gives links to all my published plays all of which can be purchased here



I have written this musical that I would like piloted by a theatre company.
I am willing to waive the cost of the script and score. I am also willing make a fair personal financial contribution towards the cost of production.

If you are interested in reading the script, please let me know. Thank you.

A Synopsis
The world is devastated by a zombie virus that leaves only the infected ravishing what few humans are left. Unknown to the humans, there is a third force (person) who will use one side against the other to purify the world in a way that makes the Nazi holocaust seem tame. His secret weapon is deadly and sinister: A Miss Hitler Beauty Contest. As the evolution of homo sapiens moves toward only blue eyes and blond hair, all seems lost.
However, when one brave young woman and a human-wannabe zombie start exchanging body fluids, one thing leads to another. The biter becomes the bitten, the infected, the infecting and we find that the term Aryan is really just the name of a another shampoo (for blonds).
Through risk, courage and some questionable exchanges, the last remaining Nazi is sent back to Nuremburg to face his trial, zombies find a heart (for purposes other than eating) and humans learn that zombies can task good too. The new world order finally comes in the most disorderly fashion; and everyone goes vegan (Vampire bites exempt).

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Grosvenor Casino Reading South

Rose Kiln Lane RG2 0SN


Contact: Susan Tasi
Sales Manager
Tel: 0118 402 7800 or


We are a company called Grosvenor Casino Reading South. We are more than just a casino but an entertainment venue. Please have a look at our beautiful showbar. If you are looking for a place to perform on weekdays, we are a perfect venue for that. Our capacity is 150 people in theater style.

Should you require any further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us!

Please see our venue hire webpage, however as I mentioned you will get it for free.

Weekdays Free of Charge

Posted 06/05/2017


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Woking Amateur Operatic Society - WAOS

Woking Amateur Operatic Society - WAOS

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Woking Surrey



Auditions are the 4th June / 5th June

We are looking for men to join our production of Carousel. We need people to play Billy / Enoch Snow and Jigger or just be in the chorus.
Please let us know if you are interested. We would love to hear from you. A friendly fun company in Woking.

Posted 22/05/2017


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TV's Tenable


My name is Siena and I’m a Researcher working at Initial - a TV production company based in London and part of the Endemol Shine Group. I am currently casting a new series of the ITV Quiz, Tenable hosted by Warwick Davis.

Tenable is a quiz format, challenging players to step up and take on ‘top ten’ list questions.

We are recruiting teams of FIVE people to take part in the show and we would love to hear from anyone interested.

An application form is here, should you wish to form a team of five.

To request an application form is easy. All you need to do is email your FULL NAME and TELEPHONE NUMBER to; or write to us at; TENABLE CASTING, Initial 5th Floor, Shepherds Building Central, Charecroft Way, London, W14 0EE.

Closing date for applications is 11th June 2017 (subject to change). Filming is due to take place between 14th June and 23rd July 2017(subject to change).

Applicants must be 18 or over and have the right to reside in the UK.

Posted on 25/05/2017


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Support Your Local Amateur Theatre Group

Author: Norma Phillips
Secretary of
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.

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 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 28/04/2017

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Baughurst, Tadley, RG26 5


Costumes Costumes

Some FREE & some for hire

May 2017

My wife and I are aging re-enactors of the period 1640-1820.
We have a considerable amount of clothing and equipment that gets little use nowadays.
As we are having a purge of our "kit room", I have a few items - notably hats - that may be useful to local drama groups in the RG26 area.
These are free on a first-come-first served basis.
French Napoleonic General's bicorne - theatrical, but with authentic gold trim.
British officer's bicorne of the same period.
Civilian tricorne hat.
Battered "farmer's" trilby hat.
Other items may be added to the bag!
We would also be willing to loan/hire some of our items of clothing at a nominal rate, if any group would like to contact us.


Posted 06/05/2017


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Stephen Tickner




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For Sale

June 2017

Theatre Follow Spot

I acquired a theatre follow spot some years ago from a presentation and now I need to off load it as its taking up valuable shed space.
I’m trying to find a home for the old, scruffy but in full working order light rather than taking it to the tip.
I live half way between Tonbridge and Maidstone off the A26. I’d like £50.

Posted 23/05/2017


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VG Plays

VG Plays


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VG Plays for scripts for am dram and youth groups all tried, tested and staged worldwide

Most famously: ’The Magdalen Whitewash’.

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Blaris Players

Blaris Players


City of Lisburn


If you love everything about the theatre, acting, directing, writing or producing?
Then this is the place for you!
Blaris Players is a relatively new drama group based in the City of Lisburn. We meet weekly and our members have a broad range of mixed talents, so if you want to join in the fun and show off your talents, why not come along.
New members are always welcome
If you're interested in acting, tech, costume, make-up, set design, writing, directing, or just having fun, then Drama Society is for you!
We do lots throughout the year; it's never too late to join
All auditions are open to non-members.
For more information call 02892 607110, or Michelle 07809 781154 or Kathy 07595 319181


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Durham Dales

Princess Alexandra Auditorium, Yarm School, North East

Contact: via website

Durham Dales Festival 2017

21st July to the 6th August

Events this year include Kevin and Karen Clifton (from Strictly Come Dancing), Die Fledermaus, Whispering Woods, a new mini-opera for children 'Sally's Big Atlantic Adventure', etc.
We would like to put out a general shout to companies and other artists in the area that it is not too late to take part.


Posted 22/05/2017


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Crouch End Players

Crouch End Players

Priory Park London N8

Dates Required: 26-29th July 2017


Toad of Toad Hall:

Wanted Volunteer Sound Engineer
We need a sound engineer for our next production of Toad of Toad Hall on 26-29th July 2017 in Priory Park London N8.An outdoor theatre production, we need help with sorting out the sound as we will have up to 14 radio Mics. we have our own mixing desk, we have people to operate it but need some technical help and support to set the system up. We are a not for profit amateur theatre group.

Contact: Vic on

Posted 18/05/2017


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Junior AMDRAM Club

Junior AMDRAM Club

Southam, Gloucestershire

Production: Summer Revue

Contact: Gerry Jones 07823 883203 or


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:

Posted 21/02/2017


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Chapel End Savoy Players


Venue: Deaton Theatre, Forest School, London E17 3PY

Box Office: Ticketsource or 020 8527 0215
£14 for evenings (£12 Concessions), £12 for matinees (£10 concessions) £5 for under-18s at all performances.

Princess IDA

Author: G&S

Princess IDA

1 June - 4 June 7:30pm
Matinees on 3rd and 4th of June at 2.30 p.m.

Posted 22/05/2017


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Recent Post from one of our readers - 17/04/2017
Name: Debbie Bell
Facebook: Cynthia Law
Play Script

Calvary greetings to Yuh all, please I need a drama script on this topic The Full Amour from Romans 13:12

Peter's response:

Hi Cynthia,
I'm afraid I can't help you directly as I'm not aware of any such play scripts.
I'll post your enquiry in the #Advice section of and ask people to get in touch with you via your FB page if they can help.


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Cambridge University Gilbert and Sullivan Society - CUGSS

Cambridge University Gilbert and Sullivan Society - CUGSS


HMS Pinafore

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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Alexander Vargas


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A Proper Caper And No Mistake
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.

Date Req'd: ASAP

Posted 24/04/2016

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The Aston Academy of Magic

The Aston Academy of Magic


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.