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A590 Youth Theatre (Seniors)

Barrow-in-Furness

Youth Amateur Dramatic Society, Specialising in Musical Theatre
Age Range: Juniors: 6 to12 Years, Seniors: 12 to 20+ Years
Rehearsals: Mondays (Juniors 6 - 8pm) (Seniors 8 - 10pm) Sundays in the run-up to the main production

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Ambleside Players

Ambleside

Based in the beautiful Lake District
Ambleside Players was formed in 1932
And with the exception of the war years has produced at least one play each year.
We are a friendly group welcoming new members, young and old, with open arms.
Each year during October half term, we perform a stage play ‘in the round' at the Kelsick Centre, St Mary's Lane, Ambleside, we have re-introduced a Spring production in 2012
If you would like to know more about us please contact us

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Arnside Choral Society
www.arnsidechoralsociety.co.uk
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Arnside

Join one of the best choirs in South Lakeland and sing traditional and contemporary choral repertoire in what's been described as 'the friendliest of groups'.
Rehearsal Venue: (Not postal address)
WI Hall, Orchard Road, Arnside, Cumbria LA5 0DP
Contact: secretary@arnsidechoralsociety.co.uk

B.O.D.S. Barrow Operatic and Dramatic Society

B.O.D.S. Barrow Operatic and Dramatic Society
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Barrow in Furness

Barrow Operatic and Dramatic Society. Musicals, drama & music shows serving Barrow and the Furness area. Usually performing at The Forum, Barrow in Furness.

Barrow Savoyards

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Barrow-In-Furness

Barrow Savoyards are Gilbert and Sullivan enthusiasts from the Furness area. South Cumbria's best G&S society tackling a full production and concert season each year.

Brewery Youth Arts

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KENDAL

JOIN BYA TO PARTICIPATE, CREATE AND PERFORM IN YOUR CHOSEN ART FORM AT A LOCAL, REGIONAL AND NATIONAL LEVEL.
There are lots of additional benefits to becoming a BYA member.
• Brewery Youth Arts are committed to providing fun, high quality creative experiences for young people.
• We encourage young people to aspire to their personal creative best.
• Brewery Youth Arts is open to ALL ages from birth to 20 years.
• Brewery Youth Arts enables young people to participate, create and perform their chosen art forms at a local, regional and *national level.
*Brewery Youth Actors recently performed at the South Bank, National Theatre in 2014
As well as the wonderful creative and social opportunities Brewery Youth Arts membership offers financial discounts at the Brewery: (Subject to T&C's)
• 50% discount on student price of selected events at the Brewery, discount will be applied at the checkout. Try Something New in our “2 for 1 theatre ticket” offer on selected plays, discount will be applied at the checkout.“2 for 1 cinema ticket” offer for all BYA members, discount will be applied at the checkout..10% discount on all food and non-alcoholic drinks purchased at our catering outlets. Membership ticket to be shown at point of purchase. Mad Monday half price pizza deal between 5.30-7pm (Under 14’s must be accompanied by an adult) Offer only on day and between times stated. Membership ticket to be shown at point of purchase.
To qualify for the above benefits a current membership card must be shown at point of purchase. (T&C's apply)
Testimonials from BYA members & their families
“The best part of my week! Without BYT I would never have been this inspired to pursue a career in performing arts and I am forever grateful for such wonderful opportunities!” Young woman who went on to study physical theatre
“The brewery is a special place one where those taking part can really feel a sense of belonging” father of young man attending boys dance classes
Contact: info@breweryarts.co.uk boxoffice@breweryarts.co.uk

Broughton Drama Group

Broughton-in-Furness

The Broughton Drama Group has existed in one form or another for many years in the beautiful Lake District village of Broughton-in-Furness. It had an enthusiastic revival in the mid-nineties and since then has produced a very popular annual Pantomime… and for the past seven years hosted a successful One Act Play season in the Summer months. We have as our base the excellent Victory Hall in Broughton-in-Furness which boasts a fantastic stage, state-of-the-art lighting and seating for approx 180 people.
We may be an amateur company but there is a high standard of abilities both on and off stage.
There is always a great response for cast and crew for our productions and the shows are well attended.
broughtondramagroup@gmail.com

Burneside Amateur Theatrical Society

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The Bryce in Burneside, Kendal

Burneside Amateur Theatrical Society (BATS) performed its first pantomime in the Bryce Institute at Burneside in January 1975. Since then, there has been an uninterrupted run of 40 pantomimes, playing to packed houses.
In recent years, the Society has branched out into plays and musical events, ranging from Wyrd Sisters to Dracula to Showstoppers to Last Tango in Little Grimley!
Box Office: 07792 777213
Contact: email info@batsburneside.co.uk

Burton Amateur Dramatic Society

Burton-in-Kendal

BADS is a very friendly company which is always ready to welcome new members - whether for acting parts or for backstage work. We're a group of very enthusiastic amateurs based in the Westmorland village of Burton-in-Kendal, midway between Kendal in Cumbria, and Lancaster in north Lancashire. Like all companies we have an ongoing need for more people - especially men and younger actors (anyone 17 and over can join us) - so if you have a burning desire to tread the boards or are dead set on building a set or are a dab hand with a sewing machine or needle and thread why not come along a join us?
bads@burtonweb.org.uk

Cockermouth Amateur Dramatic Society (CADS)

Cockermouth

If you would like to contact us to ask about productions or to give us feedback on any CADS production you have seen you can email us on enquiries@cadscockermouth.co.uk
We are always keen to welcome new members to Cads,whether or not you have been involved in amateur theatre previously. If you would like to find out about joining CADS - and you have an interest in amateur theatre, whether in acting, or production work, lighting, sound, set design and building, stagemanaging, producing or directing, please contact our Membership Secretary via our email address (enquiries@cadscockermouth.co.uk). We will then contact you and give you all the information you need to help you decide about joining CADS.

Gosforth Amateur Dramatic Society (GADS)


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Gosforth

GADS is based in the village of Gosforth, in the county of Cumbria, England. Yes, there is another Gosforth, over in Geordie-land, but that's not our fault!
The original society, as far as we know, was called Gosforth and District Amateur Dramatic Society, and was formed in 1932, shortly after the Public Hall was built. Its first production, in December 1933, was 'The Farmer's Wife', a 3-act comedy by Eden Philpotts. This society was short-lived, being disbanded at the outbeak of the Second World War. There was also something, way back in the '20s and '30s, called 'The Gosforth Shakespearean Players' but we are not sure if they were a properly organised society or whether they were just an occasionally-convened ad hoc group. If anyone out there knows about this group and their activities we should be pleased to hear from them.
The present society was formed on May 3rd 1948, inheriting assets of £1.20 from the earlier society. Although we set ourselves high standards and do not suffer prima donnas gladly, we are a friendly group with a down-to-earth attitude and members from all walks of life.
Even if you don't fancy 'treading the boards', you can still be very helpful to us, just by doing whatever you do best! We need set designers, scenery builders, property makers, scene painters, lighting enthusiasts, dressmakers, hairdressers, make up experts, programme designers, publicity people and, last but not least, front of house personnel to set out seats, sell tickets, run raffles, organise refreshments or just show people to their seats. For our pantomimes, we also need musicians and singers. Although, surprisingly, we have little use for butchers, bakers or candlestick makers, if you can handle a saw, hammer, screwdriver, paintbrush, wire cutters, soldering iron, needle and thread, scissors, pen, musical instrument, operate a sound system or lighting console, make a decent cup of tea or coffee - or almost anything else, then we'd like to meet you.
... And if you really can act (or would like to give it a try), then we'd be even more pleased to see you.
We are looking for people of all ages to get involved but particularly in the 20 to 40 age range.
For more information about GADS, history, productions and contact details please visit our website www.gads.org.uk or click on the link left.


The Gosforth Amateur Dramatic Society Youth Theatre provides high quality workshops designed to challenge and enthuse 11-18 year olds.

We offer a free trial session to all new members.

Grange Amateur Operatic Society

Grange-over-Sands

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Grange Drama

Grange Drama
www.grange-drama.org.uk

Grange-over-Sands

Grange Drama is based in the town of Grange over Sands, in the county of Cumbria, England.
The society has been going since the 1940s. The exact date has been lost in the mists of time. We are a friendly group, always ready to welcome new members.
If you would like to find out more about us and our forthcoming productions, or if you want to find out how to join us, then you can email us info@grange-drama.org.uk.We are always pleased to see new actors, whether first timers or seasoned performers. But a play rarely gets produced by the acting alone...

Grasmere Players

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Grasmere

We do at a least two productions a year - one during June and July and the other around Christmas.
Every October we run a subsidised Youth Theatre course for children aged 8 - 16

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Kendal Amateur Operatic & Dramatic Society (KAOS)

Kendal

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Keswick Amateur Operatic Society

Keswick

New members of all voices and ages are always very welcome, as well as those who prefer to work behind the scenes - costumes, make-up, scenery, props, stage management, front of house etc.
Regular weekly rehearsals are held on Thursday evenings from 7:30 - 9:30 pm from September to the end of May at the St. Herbert's Centre, High Hill, Keswick (opposite the Catholic Church).Principals rehearsals are also held on Monday evenings when required. Rehearsals will, of course, increase nearer a show week.
The performance dates are usually in April / May for the spring show, and late November / early December for the concerts.
We welcome new members to come and join us. For details of how to get involved with KAOS, either to perform or to help with the production, please info@keswickoperaticsociety.co.uk us.

Maryport Amateur Operatic & Dramatic Society (MAODS)

Maryport Amateur Operatic & Dramatic Society (MAODS)

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Maryport

Maryport AODS based in Cumbria in the North West

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Ulvertson

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Peacock Roving Amateur Theatre Society (PRATS)

Workington

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Razzamataz Theatre Schools LTD

Razzamataz Theatre Schools LTD
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Razzamataz Theatre Schools Ltd, Unit 9, Penrith Business & Conference Centre, Redhills CA11 0DT Penrith, Cumbria

Razzamataz Theatre Schools LTD was established in 2000 and offers exceptional training in dance, drama and singing together with exciting opportunities to perform.
Dance, Drama & Singing lessons for children aged 6 months-18!

Contact : franchise@razzamataz.co.uk or via our website or social media

Staveley Amateur Operatic Society
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Staveley Village Hall, Abbey Square, Cumbria, LA8 9LN


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