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The Performing Arts Collective

The Performing Arts Collective

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Heathers: The Musical

Heathers: The Musical

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Auditions on Sunday 28th and Monday 29th March, video audtitions accepted.
Commence Rehearsals: Tuesday 30th March 7pm

It’s time to Shine a Light as Audition Bookings for Heathers: The Musical are now online!

Heathers The Musical is based on the cult classic 1980s movie of the same name starring Winona Ryder and Christian Slater.
Heathers is the darkly delicious story of Veronica Sawyer, a brainy, beautiful teenage misfit who hustles her way into the most powerful and ruthless clique at Westerberg High: The Heathers.
Before she can get comfortable atop the high school food chain, Veronica falls in love with the dangerously sexy new kid JD.
When Heather Chandler, the Almighty, kicks her out of the group, Veronica decides to bite the bullet and kiss Heather’s aerobicized ass… but JD has another plan for that bullet.

Audition information and registration here: http://tpacollective.com.au/heathers/

Posted 01/03/2021


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Press Release: 1st March 2021

Welcome to the March addition, the third of my year long journey in supporting the creative industry to return to our communities in the wake of the current pandemic.

The latest announcements from the UK Prime Minister of the 22nd February regarding his road map to unlocking the economy has been welcomed by most industries, with creative being to reopening reopen from the 17th May.
In case anyone has missed them, you can download the full details here.


YouTube Channel As with previous emails this one is accompanied by a YouTube video, this month I talk about the 2025 Trust Fund, click here to watch, also subscribe to the channel to get the latest updates.
You will also find my series The Paradox of the Arts here as well other videos, including the recent pre-recorded live stream that gives more information on the Community Spirit programme.

Online Speaking Engagements

Just to remind you all that I am making myself available to speak to organisations and boards about my The Greatest Show on Earth Project and you can get involved. You can contact me through the usual channels at the bottom of the email.

Resetting the Stage
As the creative industry begins to make its plan its reopening and comeback, we need to look at ways that we can sustain ourselves going to forward. You can find out more by clicking here.
As part of The Greatest Show on Earth Project I created a series of workshops that look to encourage boards and volunteers to think outside the box as we work our way back into our communities.

For those interested in being part of the Bridgewater (Somerset) Community Spirit event, whether this be part of organisation or on the day help you can now sign up through our website: www.aticket2ride.co.uk/registation
If you are thinking on putting a similar Community Spirit event in your area and would like to tap into my volunteer system, then please do get in touch through the usual channels at the bottom of email for more information.


Theatre Through the Years – Medieval Years


By Medieval Europe theatre was being used as a way to educate people on the new Christian religion, with priest regularly performing to retell the celebrations of Christianity.
More widely in communities’ groups of people would perform morality plays. These were so often performed by ordinary people and organised and funded by guilds of craftsmen and merchants. Other forms of theatre were mystery and farces.
Today’s theatre still has medieval roots, including stage directions and most plays are written in ordinary everyday language.
Taken from the lessons of medieval times which aimed at educating people, during this pandemic, where we can’t do what we want to do to entertain, we can go back to our roots by using our crafts to teach and educate on the current situation.

Keep Updated
I am keeping the website updated so please do keep an eye out for key information. I am also happy to hear feedback on these emails, the programmes or indeed what you are doing as the UK begins to unlock. So please do feel free to contact me at any time either through social media or email.
If you know anyone who would like to receive these emails please get them to email me through info@aticket2ride.co.uk to be included, don’t forget to add this address into your contacts to stop the emails going to your junk box, as well as subscribe to the YouTube channel and follow me on social media.

Posted on 01/03/2021

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Community Theatre Plays


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Community Theatre Plays offers an array of hilarious scripts ideal for older, mostly-female casts. Amateur theatres welcome!
Alberta, Canada
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York Shakespeare Project

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York Shakespeare Project

Wanted: Director for York Shakespeare Project’s 2021 Open-air Sonnets Production.

We'd like to hear from people interested in directing Sonnet Sonnets 2021 – our annual open-air production incorporating selections from Shakespeare’s sonnets in a devised framework. (1/2)

Full story on how to apply at https://t.co/nQQqXBUuaQ

Posted 28/02/2021

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Carver Theatre (The)


Carver Theatre Online 2021 Writer's Competition

Carver Theatre Online 2021 Writer's Competition

When COVID restrictions closed the building, Carver Theatre moved Online. Instead of treading the boards, Actors are now adjusting microphones, headsets and webcams to produce theatrical entertainment. But they've run out of material and so to encourage new writers to get involved, they've launched a Writer's Competition.

Entrants must be over 16, the play should be between 20 - 90 minutes, include up to 4 main characters and not be a musical or a pantomime. It should be suitable to be produced and released by Carver Theatre Online. Closing date Friday 19th March 2021. Full terms, conditions, details and submission via https://carvertheatre.co.uk/writers-competition

Over the last 12 months,Carver has developed a whole new set of production/technical skills which we'd like to share. The Writer's Competition will help them find and encourage playwrights to submit their new work. The winning entry will be produced by Carver Theatre Online and featured on the website thus raising our mutual profiles.
A potential Win Win all round!

Become a winner and get your play produced for the world to see

It is very simple to enter, click on the link below for full details.


Good luck!

Posted on 28/02/2021

Latest Review

The Sorcerer’s Apprentice

Reviewed by: Elaine Chapman @elainec46302904

Review date: 27th Feb 2021

Southwark Playhouse had planned to bring to the stage The Sorcerer’s Apprentice by the renowned musical theatre writers Richard Hough and Ben Morales Frost. However, due to further restrictions, the Theatre wasn’t in a position to perform in front of a live audience and decided to continue with their plans to put this onto the stage and have filmed the production to be screened online.

Eva (Mary Moore) has her debut musical performance as the rebellious daughter of a long-suffering Dad (David Thaxton). Not happy to just settle and let life be guided for her Eva wants more and sees the world through a different lens to her Father. Quite rightly so as the upcoming generations need to see a difference for things to change.

I thought the idea of the Aurora lights rebelling and fighting the townsfolk worked incredibly well. Although you will need to watch the production to find out exactly what happens when they clash.

Anna Kelsey has created a dark and intriguing stage portraying the dark and damaging effect caused by industrial pollution. It goes on to accompany the wonders of Eva’s magical powers and allow the sparks from her spells to light up the stage and add another depth to the special effects.

While you are watching The Sorcerer’s Apprentice it is important to be able to suspend your disbelief. They have recreated the scene from Disney’s Mickey Mouse version where the broomsticks come to life and dance around Eva. Although the actors are visible it’s an extremely impressive choreographed scene by the talented choreographer Steven Harris.

Creatives have learned to adapt through this pandemic. Enchanting productions such as these can be adapted for screen. Therefore, once the Theatre’s can reopen their doors live screening and pay to view audiences could be able to access productions which were previously unavailable to them.

Four Stars

Streaming from Friday 26th February – Sunday 14th March 2021.


See the full review here theatreandartreviews.wordpress.com/


Posted on 28/02/2021


Recently Posted Events

From Page to Stage Designers



Virtual Stage Management Workshop

Virtual Stage Management Workshop

28th March 2021

Come and learn about the different roles of the stage management crew, and how their roles change throughout a theatre production.

This free workshop includes:
- Digital Stage Management resource pack
- Presentation learning all the secrets of teh Stage Crew
- Certificate of completion

This workshop is for creative teens, who love theatre, film and the arts

Please email: frompagetostagedesigners@gmail.com to secure your place.

Posted 26/02/2021


Recently Posted Shows

Spotlight Theatrical Company Inc

Spotlight Theatrical Company Inc

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Jersey Boys

Jersey Boys



Box Office: 07 5539 4255 or https://spotlight.sales.ticketsearch.com/sales/salesevent/5651

February 19, 20, 25, 26, 27, March 4, 5, 6,11,12,13,18,19, 20
Matinees: Sunday February 28, March 7 & 14

The inspiring rags-to-riches tale of The Four Seasons
When Frankie Valli, Tommy DeVito, and Nick Massi met, they were just three New Jersey teens singing together under street lamps, scraping for gigs and money in their working-class neighbourhood.
After Joe Pesci introduces Bob Gaudio the trio became the famous quartet and together they rose to international stardom, and celebrated the highs and endured the lows that come hand-in-hand with fame.
Directed by Cilla Scott and Brad Kendrick, Jersey Boys is a smash hit that showcases The Four Seasons' most iconic hits including “Sherry”, “Big Girls Don’t Cry” and “Walk Like a Man”.

Posted 24/02/2021

Recently Posted Group Details

Orrell Musical and Dramatic Society (OMADS)

Orrell Musical and Dramatic Society (OMADS)

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Orrell, Wigan

We are a very friendly and welcoming music and drama society , founded in 1968 and still going from strength to strength. We are based in Orrell , close to Wigan, and meet every Wednesday for rehearsals at Living Faith Church Hall. We put on two performances a year , a full musical production in July and a concert in January. Recent productions have included 9 to 5 and Sister Act. In addition to performing together we really enjoy socializing and put on numerous social events each year. We are always looking for talented and enthusiastic members – whether that be singers, dancers and actors to perform on stage or individuals interested in helping out back stage/front of house or with costumes and make up.

For more information drop us an email orrellmds@hotmail.com or give our Secretary Carol a call on 01695 622713 or 07906304556 for more information

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Recently Posted Scripts & Playwrights

Janet Smith

Plays by Janet Smith

Contact: jan.janetsmith@gmail.com
Location: UK



Synopsis: ‘Will Santa get put on his own naughty list, or will he tell the truth about getting stuck up a chimney?’
Cast: 7 or more, of either sex.
A festive fun sketch with songs.
Very suitable for children to perform.
Published by www.scriptsforstage.co.uk Please see website to read full script online. Very reasonable to download, and can be photocopied or passed to cast digitally. Very reasonably priced performing licence.



Synopsis: A short fun traditional mummers play suitable for many festive occasions, adapted and amalgamated from two traditional folk plays, featuring Robin Hood and some extremely odd characters. With few props, it can be performed almost anywhere.
Cast: 6 either, or 5 either with doubling.
Published by www.scriptsforstage.co.uk Please see website to read full script online. Very reasonable to download, and can be photocopied or passed to cast digitally. Very reasonably priced performing licence.



Synopsis: Two collections of very short stories for use as monologues, or with other voices. Also suitable as podcasts or radio pieces. Themes include intrigue, mystery, deception, and ghosts! Each story can be purchased individually, or as a set of three or four.
Published by www.scriptsforstage.co.uk Please see website to read full script online. Very reasonable to download, and can be photocopied or passed to cast digitally. Very reasonably priced performing licence.


THE MAN IN THE MOON - a one act drama

Set in 1991 as the Soviet Union is crumbling, a radio ham in his shed at the bottom of his garden in rural Eire, picks up a signal from a Soviet cosmonaut stranded in space. Despite the chasm between their worlds, they form a friendship, and a plan is set in motion to bring the cosmonaut back to earth. Adapted for stage from a successful radio play. Based on a true story.
M6 F3. Lasts approx 66 minutes.
Published by www.scriptsforstage.co.uk Please see website to read full script online. Very reasonable to download, and can be photocopied or passed to cast digitally. Very reasonably priced performing licence.

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Craig Tyler (Baggy)


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Craig Tyler (Baggy)



Born in London, UK. Craig Tyler (aka Baggy) is a highly sought after Bassist, Vocalist and Frontman with an international profile, available for Live, Studio and TV performances.

Craig has been consistently at the top of his profession for decades and possesses great improvisation skills on both Bass and Vocals covering a wide range of genres from Pop, Funk, Rock, Hip Hop and Soul.

Contact: craig@thetalentevents.com or via my website or social media

Posted on 02/11/2020


Recently Posted CostumeSwap

Dress Circle Costumiers


Brook House, Maldon Road, Witham, Essex, CM8 3HY

Dress Circle Costumiers

Dress Circle Costumiers plans to RETIRE at the close of 2020

Oct 2020

We wish to inform you of our Retirement Stock Sale.

Everything has to go!!

Should you wish to purchase costume sets from our stock for future shows or a small selection of costumes for your wardrobe please get in touch by –

Telephone 01376515500
Email info@dresscirclecostumiers.com
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A wide range of images is available on both the website & Facebook pages.
We look forward to hearing from you to discuss your requirements.

Posted 20/10/2020

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Posted 02/10/2020

Recently Posted Sets & PropSwap

Milton Musical Society

Milton Musical Society

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Milky White Cow model

We need a Milky White Cow model for our upcoming production of INTO THE WOODS next year. Many other groups will have performed this show so will have had to source said cow!!
Please get in touch if you can help.


Posted 13/10/2020

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Recent Post from one of our readers - 05/10/2020
Name: Claire Brown


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Historical amateur dramatics

Hi, I’m not sure if this is the right place to enquire, so apologies in advance if so.
I am trying to find info on a distant relative. I have a newspaper cutting saying she belonged to the West Sussex players. She played in The Queen and the Rebels, I think early 60’s, and Witness for the prosecution in 1959. Her name is Elizabeth Marriott.
Is there any kind of archive for past plays/actors and actresses in amateur dramatics? Or could you point in a direction where I might find more info, would love to know what other parts she played.
Many thanks,

Peter's response:

Hi Claire,

I'm afraid I don't have any information on the West Sussex Players and I don't know of any archive for actors / actresses appearing in amateur theatre. Certainly in the early 60s there wouldn't have been digital records. I have found a website http://www.westsussex.info/theatre-groups.shtml West Sussex info which contains a section on theatre groups. I couldn't see the Players listed but they may have someone on staff who might remember?

I will post your query in the #Advice section of www.dramagroups.com asking anyone who is able to help to contact you directly via your email address.

I wish you luck in your search and would be interested to hear if you are successful in tracking your relative down.

Best Wishes,


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Recently Posted Theatrical Makeup

Make-Up Artist Work Experience Required


I’m Amanda. I’m currently doing make up artistry at West College Scotland. I am in my first year level 6.

I am looking for any work experience I could do. Anything at all would be great. Any local groups who need makeup artists for their productions do please get in touch.

Thank you


Recently Posted Performance & Rehearsal Space

Create Studios

Create Studios

CREATE STUDIOS, 120A Hartopp Road, Clarendon Park, Leicester, LE2 1WF


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Studio Space Available

Contact: info@createstudiosleciester.co.uk or 07976743858 or via our website

At Create Studios, we have 5 bespoke studios available for hire, which is perfect for Drama Groups/Dance groups. We have many rehearsals take place at our Studios, and our welcoming staff are always happy to help and go the extra mile for those in the Creative Industry!
If you have an event coming up in the future,or would like somewhere to rehearse and perform shows etc, Create Studios might be the perfect place!

We're located in Clarendon Park, Leicester. Create is somewhat like a tar-dis as you don't realise just how big it is until you walk inside!

With our bespoke studios, we have great working spaces for freelancers and groups to use for their creative purposes. Additionally, we have had an influx of musicians booking in with us as we offer a great music room for lessons and rehearsals in Studio 2, as well as larger choirs who rehearse in our larger studios for events.

Posted 20/12/2019


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Sarah Flaherty


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Last Tango in Little Grimley

I'm looking for a copy of Last Tango in Little Grimley to read but cant seem to get it delivered to me as I'm based in Ireland

Posted 22/11/2019

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