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Sparky Buddy Productions

Sparky Buddy Productions
www.sparkybuddy.com

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Aylesbury

Sparky Buddy Productions create lots of different types of drama projects including plays, pantomimes, comedy shows, podcasts and films. We also run workshops and have a strong belief in helping people get involved in the arts and collaborating with other groups. We love working with new people, and places so if you'd like to get involved or collaborate on a project please get in touch. We're always happy to hear from local actors, writers, venues, admin, technical crew, prop makers and everything else in between!
Contact: 07835 131 788 or sparkybuddyproductions@gmail.com

St Peter Players

Chalfont St Peter

Our membership is drawn from a large area around Chalfont St. Peter, covering South Bucks, Hertfordshire and West London. We serve many local towns and villages which include Amersham, Beaconsfield, Chalfont St Giles, Gerrards Cross, Seer Green, Jordans, Denham and Uxbridge.
We stage two or three productions a year in March, July and December which can be straight drama, musicals, comedies, family shows or revues. Recent shows have included The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Sweeney Todd, \‘Allo \‘Allo, The Steamie and an Old Time Music Hall.
In the Spring we have often participated in local drama festivals and in 2007 our production of ‘The Steamie’ achieved considerable success, winning two drama festivals, several category awards and taking part in the All Winners Final in Wales.
We take great pride and pleasure in maintaining the high standards we have achieved in the presentation of our productions. If you are aged 16 or over and would like to join our happy team in any capacity, either on or off the boards, you will be made most welcome.
The St Peter Players meet for rehearsals, auditions and occasional play-readings on Monday evenings at 8.00 in the Community Centre, Gravel Hill, Chalfont St Peter, Buckinghamshire, SL9 9QX.
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Stantonbury Campus Theatre Company

Milton Keynes

contact Mike Thomas via info@sctcweb.org.uk

Stewkley Players

Stewkley Players
www.stewkleyplayers.co.uk

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Stewkley

Stewkley Players have been presenting plays in the village since 1955 and we aim to support the spirit of the village through our activities. We usually produce two plays each year, one at the end of March, the other at the end of November.
REHEARSALS are held each Monday and Friday at the Village Hall from 8 until 10 pm. Please drop in if you want to get a feel for it.
Dress rehearsals take place on the last Friday and Monday before the performance.
LIGHTING, SOUND, WARDROBE, PROPS, PUBLICITY, FRONT of HOUSE are all organised during the rehearsal period, and provide opportunities to help with staging plays if taking a part is too big a commitment.
PERFORMANCES have recently been from Wednesday to Saturday evenings, although we have occasionally substituted a Saturday Matine for the Wednesday evening performance.

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Stoke Poges Players

www.stokepogesplayers.org

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The Harding Room, The Village Centre, Rogers Lane, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire SL2 4LP

Stoke Poges Players aim is to bring theatre to the local community. We are a small group of around 15 members with ages ranging from 16 - 70. We stage two productions a year one in May and one (usually a pantomime) in the first week of December. Meetings are every week apart from in August from 8pm to 10 pm in The Harding Room at the Village Centre, Stoke Poges.
We welcome new members whether they want to go on the stage or just help out backstage as there is always something to do from painting, costumes, lighting, sound, prompt, front of house or making a drink at half time during rehearsals.
Check out our website to see what we are currently doing.
Contact: stokepogesplayers@hotmail.co.uk

The Kenny Frier Youth Theatre

Iver

Formerly The Hilliingdon Musical Society Youth Theatre

The Hazlemere Players

www.thehazlemereplayers.com/

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Hazlemere Community Centre, Rose Avenue, Hazlemere, High Wycombe, Bucks HP157UB

The group was formed in 1958 and met in the church hall under the watchful eye of the vicar. Those were the days when there seemed to be more time for such activities, but we are still here so we must be doing something right. Since then we have staged 134 productions and this year celebrate our 60th anniversary.
We are a small friendly group meeting each Tuesday evening at 8pm at Hazlemere Community Centre, Rose Ave. We stage two or three productions each year, thrillers comedies, costume dramas, and a supper evening and pantomime every other year.
In between productions we have play reading evenings or maybe a quiz. We also have theoccasional theatre trip and a BBQ in the summer
If you are interested in joining us, whether to act or to help backstage with the set, costumesor props you would receive a warm welcome.
Whilst we aim high we have great fun in the process. Just come along on a Tuesday evening or Contact us via our website or social media if you have any questions.

The Lane End Players

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Lane End, High Wycombe

We produce four performances each year (one for each season). Winter is our anual Pantomime which we perform 9 times (over three weekends) during January. Spring and Autumn are usually plays or musicals which have ranged from Shakespeare to modern day thrillers. Summer we produce a review show usually based around a theme e.g. 2010 is based around the theme of \‘Hollywood\’.
Age Range: The minimum age is 14 years old.
Summer Shows in the past have been of very high standards and we hope we can deliver the standards expected and add new memories to the ever growing list of fantastic LEP moments. So if you want to see Scarlet O’Hara looking a little worse for wear and the guys from Hogwarts rocking the night away, then come along to this years Summer Show and hopefully we can conjure up a little bit of that Hollywood magic that have excited audiences from many years and I\’m sure many years to come!
Rehearsals: We rehearse every Thursday and Sunday. Performances are always Friday and Saturday.
We always welcome new members. If performing on stage isn’t your thing then we have a very wide range of other activities. Lighting, sound, stage management, props, costume design, make-up, set-design, set painting and even Producing and Directing.
The Lane End Players are always pleased to welcome new members to all areas of production, whether you fancy treading the boards, lighting the action, organising backstage, sewing and stitching costumes or helping with publicity, we would love to hear from you! Any enquiries, please contact us.
If you have not been involved with the Lane End Players before, please contact us for more information.
Box Office boxoffice@laneendplayers.com
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The Marlow Players


www.marlowplayers.org.uk

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Marlow

The aim of the Players is to provide theatre going public with a quality production both on and off stage. Amateur theatre offers an interesting and fulfilling hobby for those who wish to become part of a team of like minded people - on stage; backstage; directing; publicity; front of house - whatever suits your talent or interest. We have a full program of workshops and theatre visits in addition to the productions - why not come and see us and find out more? We promise you a warm welcome.
New Players most welcome ...
Are you interested in the theatre?
If so then we would love to hear from you
· What is your particular interest?
· Becoming an acting member?
· Becoming a back stage member?
. Become a friend of the Marlow Players?
. Join our mailing list for future productions
Email secretary@marlowplayers.org.uk

The Olney Players

Olney

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The Richings Players

The Richings Players
www.richingsplayers.co.uk

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Iver and Richings Park

The Richings Players were founded in 1926 and have produced over 200 shows in that time.
Richings Players prides itself on serving local audiences with a range of theatrical productions including supper theatre and one act Festival entries; but perhaps our most popular are the January shows whether family musicals, traditional pantomimes or even original pantomimes written and directed by members.
Whilst it is rewarding to take a nostalgic look back at our past we are keen to look to the future. Why not come and join us?
Contact richingsplayers@mail.com

The Young Theatre

The Young Theatre
www.youngtheatre.org.uk

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Beaconsfield

Young Theatre has produced over 100 productions in its 46 year history. Many were written specifically for the group by Ian R Wallace, Mark Britton, and Mike Wicherek. The latter took three one act plays to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 1983. The group has performed everything from musicals to Shakespeare and Pinter to Euripides. The group revived the Beaconsfield Family Pantomime in 2009 with Cinderella..
Young Theatre has enjoyed success in local one act play festivals, winning over 120 awards. In 2004 the prodcution of Ball Boys won the All England Theatre Festival, taking all three trophies at the final. It went on to represent England in the British final, where Young Theatre became the first youth group to win. A staggering acheivement.
The Young Theatre is not just about performers. The group relies very heavily on a team of young theatre technicians and young business people - who may also perform, if they wish.
Our technicians do everything from design to costing to construction/implementation of set, lighting, costume and sound.
The group also needs business minded young people to handle all the groupís marketing activities from the website to press to box office, the groupís finances from planning to cash-flow to accounting, the group ís administration from membership records to minuting meetings to organising social events.
All we ask is an interest in theatre and a commitment to excellence.
We meet nearly every Sunday between 2pm and 5.30pm at The Curzon Centre, Beaconsfield

Third Man Missing Theatrical Productions

Third Man Missing Theatrical Productions
www.thirdmanmissing.co.uk

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Milton Keynes

We are a theatrical, acting and production group in and around Milton Keynes who brings together live action to the amateur dramatic scene through our own original scripts, music, sound / lighting effects and film. We create exciting productions with opportunities for actors, stage crew and production staff from all backgrounds. Contact us if you’re interested in being a part of our upcoming productions on the stage or behind – a great experience for all interests. Thank you.

Contact: thirdmanmissing@gmail.com or via our website or social media

Through The Wardrobe - TTW

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1 THE QUEENSWAY, GERRARDS CROSS, BUCKS, SL9 8NF

South Buckinghamshire based Drama Company for Children and Young People aged 6-16. Quality Training with Experienced Professionals.
Our classes focus on teamwork and positive reinforcement. No child is made to feel uncomfortable or unimportant. every child gets a chance to feel like a star.
We build imagination, improvisation, drama, musical theatre, social and teamwork skills in a positive environment. Each term is based around a theme and at least every twelve months the classes work towards a performance, either in an informal setting or perhaps in a West End Theatre!
By ensuring that every child is challenged we make sure that we always get the absolute best out of every child.
If you have any questions, need any more information or just want a chat.......
Send us an email: ttw2@btinternet.com

Top HATS (RAF Halton)

Aylesbury

We are a friendly group based at RAF Halton and are open to service personnel, ex-service and those in the local community to join in. We produce around 1/2 full act plays; comedies/dramas/light-hearted plays, a pantomime in January and a one act play a year. We are spearheading the emerging Bucks One Act Festival to be performed at the Limelight Theatre (QPC), Aylesbury in Summer. Please contact the publicity member by email allison.savory@ntlworld.com or phone 01296 586582 for details about joining or about the productions to get tickets.

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Tread the Boards Theatre Group


www.tread-the-boards.org.uk

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Milton Keynes

We welcome new members.
That does not just mean that we want new members, but that we do, indeed, welcome them.
We have a proud tradition of being a friendly, open group of people and we are determinedly non-cliquey. If you join us wanting to act, then do not worry that you will have to take your place in a lengthy queue for a leading part, you may well find yourself in such a role faster than you thought!
We aim to make the most of the talents of all our members; we have no acting hierarchy - everybody gets a chance to show what they can do and to progress. There are no dead mens shoes in TTB!
If your interests are in one of the back-stage disciplines; lighting, sound, set construction, costume, etc., then you will be particularly welcome, as these are roles that are always difficult to fill.
You can always come along to one of our regular Monday meetings, where you will receive a warm welcome. We will be happy to tell you what we are about, what our plans are and show you how you could fit in.
The group meets most Mondays (Bank Holidays often excluded) from 7.30pm to 10.00pm at Wavendon Gate Pavilion, Isaacson Drive, Wavendon Gate, Milton Keynes, Bucks.
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Ubiquitous Theatre Company

Ubiquitous Theatre Company
www.uttc.info

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Ubiquitous Theatre, 3 Hornbeam Way, Weston Turville, Aylesbury, Bucks HP22 5WX

Our key principle is to provide high quality theatre to audiences in non theatrical spaces. We are not a drama club. We recruit actors and technicians on a project by project basis and have a rigorous and professional approach to the work.
...the traditional image of amateur dramatics is of a fixed membership putting on large cast plays, mostly to family and friends...one group has broken away from the stereotype by staging riskier works with invited actors and directors, chosen strictly on merit - so bringing new ideas and a fresh approach...
Ubiquitous has an unwavering focus on the quality of the work, and this comes through time after time...I was astonished, amazed and delighted, our space was transformed for the evening by the quality of the acting and the commitment of the whole company.

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Unbound Theatre

Unbound Theatre
www.qpc.org

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Aylesbury

Presented by (and based at) @queensparkarts, Unbound aims to create learning and performing opportunities in the fields of drama, writing and theatre studies

Vale Musical Society

Vale Musical Society
www.valemusicalsociety.co.uk



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Tring

We are a friendly and welcoming amateur dramatic society with members based in Buckinghamshire. We put on one musical per year, usually in May, in The Court Theatre in Tring, and we put on a fundraising show in Long Marston Village Hall in November. Our last few shows have been very successful and we have won awards from NODA for best male in a musical, best female and best chorus. We welcome all who would like to join our chorus and we audition for principal roles. We rehearse on Tuesdays in Long Marston village hall (or venues nearby). We also hold various social events throughout the year and enjoy eating out together.

Contact: zozoryder@hotmail.com or via our website or social media


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