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Maulden Players

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Maulden

If you have any comments, questions or queries then please contact us via mauldenplayers@gmail.com and we will be happy to answer or help as much as we can.
Maulden players originated as St Mary’s Parish Players way back in 1983 with a performance of ‘Red Hot Cinders’! Were now in our 26th year and still going strong with professional performances and a great team spirit on and off the stage!

Northill and Ickwell Drama Group

Northill and Ickwell

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Oak Tree Theatre Company

Sandy

Oak Tree Theatre Company is a non-profit organization that aims to promote the beauty and relevance of performing arts within the local community. We operate with the support of sponsership from Marshalls and a substantial grant from Central Bedfordshire council; relying on the passion, enthusiasm and talent of those that volunteer to invole themselves within the company.
One our biggest goals is to begin the promotion of theatre created by local youth. We will be aiming to produce a seclection of productions over the coming year. These productions will all aim to remain entertaining, intellectual and professional while maintaining a very low cost ticket price.
Dance is an expression of individual personalities and at Oak Tree Theatre Company we are aiming to promote this diversity by creating each dancer as their own performer. Through dance projects and the inclusion on dance as an art form in our showcases we hope to develop the talent of individuals within our local area by providing a clear view of performance industry professionalism.
As a company we also understand the sucess of drama in the boost both confidence and important emotional expression. We therefore aim to provide workshops that build on this in educating the community of these theatrical capabilities.
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Phoenix Players

Luton

We love musical theatre and enjoy being involved in putting on a show whether on stage, back stage, helping with the scenery, lighting, sound or costumes.
Added to all that, we are a very friendly group who mix socially quite apart from rehearsals.
Would you like to join us? If you enjoy singing, dancing and acting or would be interested in helping with the scenery or costumes or being part of the backstage crew, why not long come along and meet us.
Our regular rehearsal night is Wednesday from 8pm until 10pm at St Augustine's Church Hall, Icknield Way, Luton. We sometimes have Friday rehearsals too, but often only nearer the show.
If you are interested or would like more information, Contact via our website or social media

Potton Playhouse

Potton

Potton Playhouse has been performing for over 30 years. We aim to do one or two productions per annum.
Any queries regarding membership then please email us at membership@pottonplayhouse.co.uk
Secretary: secretary@pottonplayhouse.co.uk

Pulloxhill Players

Pulloxhill

Ray Gull 07768 557073
Day(s) Thursday
Time(s) 8.00 - 10.00pm
Place Church Hall,Ch urch Road,Pulloxhill
Membership Fees Adult: £tbc,J unior: £tbc
Relevant Info. Panto every Xmas plus 1 or 2 light productions in summer months.
Junior group meet to learn dance,sing ing and drama and perform each year.
Other Info. Junior Group Contact: Nicola Tarbox

Putteridge Bury Gilbert & Sullivan Society

Putteridge Bury Gilbert & Sullivan Society
www.pbgs.org

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Putteridge Bury

We are a friendly society based around the Putteridge Bury area that aims to put on two shows a year with at least one being a Gilbert & Sullivan operetta.
For further information, contact Paula Fraser on 07956 678720.
putteridgeburygs@gmail.com

Rare Productions


www.rareproductions.co.uk

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RARE Productions Ltd, 23 Gosforth Close, Sandy, Bedfordshire, SG19 1RB

THE UK'S LARGEST YOUTH MUSICAL THEATRE COMPANY
We are an amateur youth musical theatre company, for children and young adults from local areas, and produce full shows on real stages.
Andrew Burton and David Marriott formed RARE Productions in August 2002. Having worked respectively in the entertainment industry and professional theatre, they have put their extensive knowledge to good effect producing musicals for children and teenagers.
RARE Productions is a Youth Theatre production company. We have an open audition policy for every show, meaning all our shows are cast from the auditions.
Contact: Phone: 01767 681049 E-mail: info@rareproductions.co.uk

REACT Community Theatre Group

Luton

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Sharnbrook Mill Theatre Trust

Sharnbrook Mill Theatre Trust
www.sharnbrookmilltheatre.co.uk

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Sharnbrook Mill

Founded in 1943 as the Sharnbrook Players, the Sharnbrook Mill Theatre Trust owns its own theatre on the banks of the Great Ouse. Although it’s officially a charity it is run as professionally as possible and offers its own bar, rehearsal room, costume and props department as well as a newly installed and updated surround sound system.
Each year we mount 2 musicals, two plays and a professionally run Youth Summer School. Places on the Summer school are proving so popular the age range has been extended up 18, but get in touch soon as places are limited!
Membership is open to all. If you would like to appear on stage or help backstage or with the 101 jobs that have to be done, you will find us a friendly group.
We try to make our year of events as varied as possible.
Email this group by using the contact form on their web site.

ShowCo Bedford

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Bedford

Showco Bedford was originally called Bedford Amateur Operatic Society and has been performing in Bedford for over 60 years
Currently we perform two musicals at year at The Place Theatre, Bedford where we also rehearse on a Monday and Wednesday evening.
Contact via our website or social media or showcobedford@gmail.com

Silsoe Drama Club

Silsoe Drama Club
www.silsoedramaclub.com

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Silsoe Village Hall, Silsoe, Bedfordshire MK45 4DY

Silsoe Drama Club was founded in 1971 and has since produced over 113 different shows.
Renowned as one of the best amateur dramatics clubs in the region, SDC produces a varied programme of musicals, serious drama, family shows and the occasional grand spectacle.
For our members, we provide a fun hobby where you can meet new people and make friends. Firmly established as part of the life of the pretty Mid-Beds village of Silsoe, SDC usually performs in Silsoe Village Hall, but occasionally we have been lucky enough to 'do the Bard' in the fab setting of Wrest Park, and we hope to stage further productions in the park in the future.
We have two or three productions a year, usually one in the run-up to Christmas, one around Easter, and maybe a summer one too. Most of our productions are open to all, in fact we especially welcome new members at auditions. Our audition dates will be published on our website, or you can contact us to find out more.
Contact: silsoedramaclub@gmail.com

Square Drama Circle

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Dunstable

Contact contact@squaredramacircle.co.uk
The Square Drama Circle is a successful amateur dramatics society based at the Square Methodist Church in Dunstable. The group contains members across a wide age-range who work closely together to bring theatre to the community. The group was established in 1976 and has been going strongly ever since, putting on an average of two plays and a pantomime each and every year.
Recently we have started annual christmas revues which have gone down extremely well and summer schools for younger members of the local community where we guide and teach a group through creating and performing a show.
We are always glad to welcome new members. We gather on Monday and Thursday evenings at the Square Methodist Church Hall from 8 to 10pm. Whatever your talents there is a job for you - acting, music, directing, producing, stage crew or scenery painting to name just a few!

St Andrew's Players

St Andrew's Players
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Luton

Amateur Theatre Group in Luton

Stewartby Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society

Stewartby Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society
www.saods.org.uk

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Stewartby

Founded as a school society in 1951 our first production was Gilbert and Sullivan's "The Pirates of Penzance", a show that has been performed several times since. The Society now performs a Gilbert and Sullivan operetta every November, a staged concert in April or May and occasional concerts by request to support local charities, churches and associations. We have long established links with Stewartby United Church with weekly rehearsals being held in the church hall. Over the years some members have gone on to sing with leading opera companies and during this period there have been a number of different producers and musical directors. All the productions are given in the village hall in Stewartby, fully costumed and always accompanied by a full orchestra right from day one. In 2008 and 2012 the society won prestigious awards for that year's show. We welcome new members or if anybody would like to come along to see what we do please contact us.

Contact: stewartbyoperatic@saods.org.uk

Swan Theatre Company

Swan Theatre Company
www.swantheatrecompany.com

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Bedford

The Swan Theatre Company (previously The Bradgate Players) can trace its origins back to the 1940\’s. The renaming of the company came from a desire to change artistic direction and to inject a fresh input to the local theatrical scene. The newly named company aims to produce quality and exciting theatre and specialises in recent West End successes but also endeavors to present a balanced programme catering for all tastes and ages.
When the opening of The Place Bedford was first announced in 2001, Swan Theatre Company were one of the first groups to commit to using the venue giving Bedford Players Trust, the arts trust which established The Place, the confidence to proceed with the venture. Swan’s production of ‘A Day in the Death of Joe Egg’ was the first full scale production at the Place in January 2003, and many exciting and challenging productions have followed including "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead", "Miss Julie", "Talking Heads", and "Journeys' End" to name but a few. The Place, being a very flexible space, has enabled the Company to continue its policy of new and challenging productions presented in as a professional way as possible.
As a club, Swan are always looking for new members to get involved in any aspect. Interested people should contact the secretary.
Contact via secretary@swantheatrecompany.com


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