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Dunstable Musical Theatre Company

Dunstable Musical Theatre Company

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We are always looking for new people to get involved. It doesn’t have to be on-stage as there are a multitude of jobs to be done back-stage too. We usually meet twice a week on a Tuesday and a Friday at the Pioneer and Youth centre behind the old cinema in Dunstable at 7:45. The minimum age to be a member is 16.

You must be a member of the Dunstable Musical Theatre Company to perform in shows. There is an annual membership fee, you can then audition and if accepted join the company and audition for shows and concerts. An additional show fee will apply for some shows which goes towards the costs of rehearsals etc.

Contact via our website or social media

Dunstable Rep Theatre Club


The Little Theatre is the home of the Dunstable Rep. Six amateur shows are performed annually in the 99 seat auditorium, together with a thriving programme of additional performances.
The company was founded in 1945 and performed at the old Town Hall.
2008 saw us commemorate our move to the Little Theatre 40 years ago. Originally a library, the Little Theatre was opened by the Carry On star Bernard Breslaw in October 1968.
Contact our (Publicity Manager) via dunstablereppublicity@gmail.com
Box office 07940 105864 dunstablerepboxoffice@gmail.com

Fairfield Players


We are a Stotfold based drama group who have been established for more than 30 years.Fairfield Players were established at the Fairfield Hospital primarily as a pastime for hospital staff.Their efforts were originally presented for the amusement and entertainment of patients.
The group expanded and became founder members of the Bedfordshire Drama Association, and over the years have produced many plays, progressing to the second round of the all England One Act Drama Festival on at least three occasions.
Since the closure of Fairfield Hospital the Players have relocated to the Stotfold Memorial Hall (just down the road!). Sadly, the connections with the Hospital are all but gone, but the Players are proud to maintain the name.
The players now present at least three Plays per year, and are a regular feature of Stotfold's Carnival week.
With many acknowledgements for acting and production to their credit they are a worthwhile group to join: either front of house, on stage or back stage.
Contact via our website or social media

Fairytale Theatre

Fairytale Theatre

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Fairytale Theatre is a new innovative group for children aged 3 – 10 years, with a focus on Storytelling through improvisation, drama and movement. We believe in the power of storytelling and feel that improvisations really help to expand and develop a child's imagination, as well as help develop confidence and their emotional well-being. Drama is known to help children to cope with anxiety and manage their feelings and behaviour in a positive manner. It is an outlet that allows children to be who they truly are and to shine in their own unique ways. The sessions are based around confidence building, raising self-esteem and coping with anxiety. Each session will include mindfulness activities which will help our storytellers to develop an understanding of their emotions and will give them tools and techniques to improve their listening and attention skills alongside giving them control over their own body and mind. Sessions run Term time only on Thursday Evenings at Gravenhurst Methodist Church

Contact: Rachael Bowie fairytaletheatre@hotmail.com 07761434647 or via our website or social media

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Grove Youth Theatre


Theatre Education at Grove Theatre is for anyone who would like to take part; all ages and abilities. We will be offering show related workshops, insights in various aspects of theatre and other one off projects. Come and have fun discovering what you can do!

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Harlington Performs


Andra Bishop 01525 758874
Fax: 01525 758919
HARLINGTON PERFORMS meets on Sunday evenings at Harlington Village Hall, Sundon Road, Harlington.
Membership fee is £10 a year for adults,£5 a year for school-children. There is a Junior Section for 7-13 year olds and a Teenage Group for 13-18 year olds.
We perform Pantomimes, Musicals, Full-length plays, One-act plays for Drama Festivals and Murder Mystery plays which are toured around raising money for schools and charities.

Henlow Theatrical Society - HATS


A warm friendly welcome is guaranteed when you contact Henlow Theatrical Society (HATS). It is open to everyone, so whether you want to act, help out backstage or just have fun, give us a call, as we also have a very active social side to the society.
Henlow Theatre is a gem of a theatre based at Henlow Camp, next to the Post Office. It has 100 very comfortable tiered seats, licensed bar, disabled access and offers three productions a year, all to a very high standard.
So good are our facilities that many other groups book our theatre.
Contact via our website or social media

High Performance Youth Theatre

Bedford High School, Bromham Road, Bedford MK44 2BS

We are a youth theatre for ages 7 - 19, we put on a fantastic production every year and are now enroling for a September start. We teach singing, acting and dancing. We are also offering a summer school which will end with a performance on the Friday evening. No experience is needed just lots of energy and smiles! See the BDA "What's On" page or our own web site for the dates.

Contact via highperformance@bedfordhigh.co.uk

I-Show Theatre School

I-Show Theatre School

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7 Farm Close Ampthill, Bedford, Bedfordshire

Perform in a Professional Theatre
FREE taster session Ages 4-15 12 week terms
Make friends, build confidence and be part of an amazing school
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Kempston Community Theatre

Kempston Community Theatre

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Kempston Community Theatre. By, for and about the community. Open to all regardless of abilities or experience. Weekly session Wednesday 7.30pm @project229
Contact kemcomtheatre@aol.co.uk

Kingfisher Players


Around 1994 Sandy Theatre Group renamed itself ‘The Kingfisher Players’. This was chosen partly due to the Kingfisher Way that passed through the district and partly due to our membership that now came from a broader area. We try to continue with our regular Tuesday evening meetings throughout the year and we are now able to put on at least two shows a year. We also have generated enough material to be able to put on revues at other village venues. Kingfisher Players try to provide as much family entertainment and enjoyment as possible. If anyone else out there seeks a rewarding activity away from the \‘box\’ they will be always be made welcome at any time. We always need people who can sew, cut pieces of wood and paint as well as those who enjoy performing on stage.

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Leighton Bussard Masqueraders

Leighton Bussard

Leighton Masqueraders is a well established amateur musical society staging two popular musical shows per year in the Leighton Buzzard Theatre on Lake Street.
We are always pleased to welcome new members into Leighton Masqueraders, whether they wish to be 'invisible' behind the scenes or 'shine' on stage. Enthusiasm is more important than experience so do come along and join us!


Leighton Buzzard Childrens Theatre

Leighton Bussard

We are a community group, based in Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, United Kingdom. We aim to teach children stagecraft in a fun environment, provide performance opportunities and ensure that every member feels special.
Young people aged five to eighteen are encouraged to do their best, enjoy themselves and help others in an atmosphere of sharing, caring and professional training. We believe every child has the right to develop skills at their own pace, to help others and to experience the wonders of theatre.
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Leighton Buzzard Drama Group

Leighton Buzzard Drama Group

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Leighton Buzzard

LBDG is a very active group. We pride ourselves in producing four productions per year; in January, April, June/July and September/October.
LBDG activities include:
Three stage plays per year - A Pantomine each January - Involvement in local historical and heritage events - Contributions of talent towards for local events or shows - Social events - Other activities from time to time
We are a large and friendly group of all ages and backgrounds. If you'd like to get involved in any aspect of the theatre, please contact our membership secretary via our website or social media
Box Office on 0300 300 8125 - email lbtboxoffice@centralbedfordshire.gov.uk

Leighton Buzzard Youth Theatre


Rehearses and performs musicals of all kinds. Leighton Buzzard's principal youth theatre established in 1987. Our objectives are to develop talent and confidence through musical theatre, with an emphasis on working together in a friendly atmosphere. Productions mostly held in the Leighton Buzzard Theatre - shows in May and November
Contact via our website or social media

Leighton Linslade AOS

Leighton Linslade

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Luton Youth Drama Workshop


Founded in 1969 by professional actress Betty Rudd, the Luton Youth Drama Workshop continues to provide a link to the professional world through Arena Touring Theatre's Actor/Director Bill Smullen.
Both Bill and Arts Council Chairman Andrew Calvert, who run the group together, have been with the L.Y.D.W. since their youth (well over 20 years ago!).
Theatre training is given thoughout term time. We have just moved to the new High Town Community Centre in York Street and meet Tuesdays and Fridays 7 till 10.
We incorporate mime, movement, voice, speech and performance training. Our youngsters become skilled in rehearsing through improvisation but we never forget to have fun!
We perform two productions a year as well as entering the local drama festivals.
Contact: Andrew Calvert 01582 520493 or Bill Smullen 01525 402020

Luton Light Amateur Theatre Group


Luton Light was founded in 1949 and remains one of the leading amateur musical theatre societies in Bedfordshire, staging productions at The Library Theatre, Luton each year.

Luton Male Voice Choir

Luton Male Voice Choir

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The Luton Male Voice Choir (Luton MVC) is a traditional male voice choir established in 1993 and enjoy "Friendship in Harmony" with around 30 members.
The Choir is looking for new members. If you think you would enjoy singing, are looking for a rewarding hobby or interest and would like to make new friends with similar aspirations then this may be just what you are looking for!
What you will need is the ability to blend in with others both musically and socially. We work hard at our music, but are not elitist. We are friendly and sociable with a loyal band of friends and supporters.
We will provide you with new friendships, lots of fun (with a few laughs thrown in as well). We also promise that you will take great satisfaction, enjoyment and reward from being a team player helping to create beautiful music.
Contact: secretary@lutonmvc.com

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