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Harlow Amateur Theatre Society (HATS)

Harlow Amateur Theatre Society (HATS)

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based at Harlow Playhouse

We are new community theatre company set up by members of various amateur companies across Essex, Herts and North London.

Contact: harlowamateurtheatresociety@gmail.com or via social media

Harlow Theatre Company

Harlow Theatre Company

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When the Theatre Company was founded, it was agreed that there would be a constitution written that would establish and clarify what the Company was about and what it strived to achieve. The main points are as follows and have not changed to this day...
1. To promote, improve, develop and maintain public interest in and appreciation of all aspects of theatrical performance, dance and music by the presentation of public performances, recitals, reviews and workshops and by such other ways as HTC, through its committee, shall from time to time determine;
2. To encourage individuals to undertake and maintain an active interest in and study dramatic performance and technical theatre production skills, to provide the opportunities for participation in public performance, and to cherish the excellence in all these aspects, by the establishment and maintenance of a programme of regular amateur theatrical productions, based at Victoria Hall Theatre and the Harlow Playhouse, and by such other ways as HTC, through it’s committee, shall from time to time determine;
3. To establish and maintain HTC as a focus point for amateur theatre in Harlow and the surrounding areas;
4. To promote tolerance and understanding of diverse theatrical traditions and interests, to broaden theatrical attitudes and horizons, and to recognise and compliment the work of other associations with similar objects;
5. To foster and maintain good relations between HTC and the management of both the Victoria Hall Theatre and of the Harlow Playhouse.
Contact via email info@harlowtheatrecompany.org.uk

Hatfield Broad Oak Players

Hatfield Broad Oak Players

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Village Hall Hatfield Broad Oak

We are an all-inclusive small theatre group, based in Hatfield Broad Oak, Essex. We are always looking for new members, whether you would like to sing, dance, act, or help backstage. Please do get in contact if you would like to join us!

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Havering Arts Council

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A charitable organisation made up of and supporting local Arts groups in Havering. Registered Charity No. 248171
Havering Arts Council is a charitable organisation that seeks to promote and develop arts activities within the London Borough of Havering. Partially funded by an annual grant from the borough, we seek to encourage local groups to hold events and activities which will raise awareness of the Arts and will increase participation in Arts activities by members of our local communities across the borough.
We want to help local arts groups to grow and develop. We offer grants to our member societies to support their activities and work in collaboration with the borough's Arts Development Officer and Culture and Leisure team.
Get involved!
If you belong to an Arts group in Havering and think you could benefit from joining us, contact our Secretary, at haveringartscouncil@live.co.uk to discuss joining.

Havering Music Makers



Havering Music Makers are a Musical Theatre group presenting shows and staged concerts. We cover a wide range of musical styles; recent shows include "Oklahoma!", "Sweet Charity", "The Matchgirls", "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes", "Half a Sixpence", "Jack the Ripper", "Guys & Dolls", "Carousel", "Salad Days", "Mack & Mabel", "Crazy For You" We're always happy to hear from new members, both on and off stage. We currently have around 50 members; some have been with the society for twenty years or more while others are just taking part in their first show. As always, new members are welcome in all categories, from the back row of the chorus to leading roles. If you'd like to know more, or want to join, you can phone Louise on email join@haveringmusicmakers.co.uk. If you give us a phone number we can call you.
As always, new members are welcome in all categories, from the back row of the chorus to leading roles.
We rehearse mainly on Thursday nights at St Cedd's Centre in Romford. So get in touch and come down and meet all of us, see what you think and then join us for our next show!!
Box Office on 01708 762256, e-mail tickets@haveringmusicmakers.co.uk or ORDER ONLINE via the website

Headgate Theatre Productions

Headgate Theatre Productions


Headgate Theatre, 14 Chapel Street North, Colchester, Essex CO2 7AT

The home of amateur theatre in Colchester
Box Office 01206 366000
Contact tickets@headgatetheatre.co.uk

Heath Players

Heath Players


Hatfield Heath, near Sawbridgeworth

Heath Players are a friendly, informal group performing localy and in competition. We have a hard earned reputation for excellent productions, winning both local and national drama festivals. If you are in the Herts/Essex borders and fancy stretching yourself as an actor or backstage then please contact us.
Mainly Contempory but no set agenda.
Age Range: No set age but would obviously be according to part and any licence/performance issues.
Rehearsals: Rehearsal days are agreed between director and cast.

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Holland on Sea Theatrical Society (H.O.S.T.S.)


Holland on Sea

Amateur Dramatic Society in Holland on sea to be part of the Community. We are a new Drama group Est 2013
We perform at the Holland on sea Public Hall

Hip Hop Pop Ltd

Hip Hop Pop Ltd

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We have the below branches:
Birchwood High School, Harlow Playhouse, Leventhorpe School

Street dance classes for kids and adults. Specialising in Hip Hop alongside house, locking and more, led by one of the top 5% of street dance tutors in the UK!, It’s “the BEST dance school In the area" said to the press!
Classes in Harlow, Bishop’s Stortford and Sawbridgeworth (also available online through UK lockdown). Proudly teaching REAL AUTHENTIC street dance, and building confidence, join hundreds who already enjoy sessions with Hip Hop Pop.

Contact: sinc@hiphoppop.net 07817 774757 or via our website or social media

Hyperfusion Theatre Company

Hyperfusion Theatre Company

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Saffron Walden

HyperFusion is an award-winning theatre company dedicated to bringing live theatre experiences to non-traditional theatre spaces.
The home of TICBox Productions - interactive theatre inspiring change where the audience become the solution.
The Shhh Experience - immersive theatre experiences drawing you into the action as part of the story.
HyperFusion Academy - theatre training centre where we teach and inspire young people in what we do every day.
Contact: info@hyperfusion.co.uk or via our website or social media

IODS Productions

IODS Productions

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We are a friendly amateur dramatic group based on the north east London/Essex border in a town called (not surprisingly) Ilford.
The Ilford Operatic and Dramatic Society was created in 1919 at the end of the First World War, having started life as the 'Ilford Social Club' as early as 1890, performing operette at the Town Hall and the Ilford Hippodrome Theatre. Ilford Operatic and Dramatic Society performed both musicals and plays at the Town Hall from 1919 until 1974, interrupted only by the Second World War. In 1975, with a production of Orpheus In0020The Underworld, the newly built Kenneth More Theatre became our new home and this is where we still enjoy performing today. Since 1919 we have performed two musicals a year and at least three musicals a year since 1992, following the formation of a Youth Group in 1991. IODS Youth\’s first musical was The Boyfriend, in March 1992.
Rehearsals are held twice a week, from 7.45pm - 10.00pm on Mondays and Thursdays at The Broadway Theatre, Barking. We also rehearse on some Sundays in the lead-up to a show.
Auditions for New Members are held on a normal rehearsal night (Monday or Thursday) and are usually scheduled immediately following a production to enable New Members to join right at the start of rehearsals for the next show. Potential new members will be asked to perform a singing audition in front of a small committee. The song should be of your choice and something to suit your voice. We have an accompanist available if you have sheet music. Anyone wishing to join as a dancer will also be required to do a small singing audition but should also prepare a short dance routine and will be assessed on their dancing strength.
Contact via info@IlfordOperatic.co.uk

Ingatestone & Fryerning Dramatic Club


Ingatestone & Fryerning Dramatic Club (IFDC) is an amateur dramatics organisation located in Ingatestone, Essex. We have been producing plays and comedies for over Sixty years. Performances are held at the Ingatestone & Fryerning Community Club Theatre located in the picturesque village of Ingatestone.
We invite you to look through our web site, where you can find out more about the Club, its people and productions (both past and present).
We hope you will find the site of interest and we would be delighted if you were involved in our future programme of shows.
Our Club is primarily based on having fun and we think this is reflected in the enthusiasm shown by all who participate.
If you are interested in joining our friendly club, please contact us

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Ingatestone Musical and Operetta Group

Ingatestone Musical and Operetta Group

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The Ingatestone Musical and Operetta Group (IMOG) is based in the picturesque village of Ingatestone in Essex, which is between Chelmsford, Brentwood and Billericay. Though not large, it has one of the best and friendliest musical and operetta groups in the County.
IMOG has been in existence for more than 40 years and is affiliated to NODA. Over this period, we have staged over 80 musicals and operettas. There are about 30 members of all ages in our Group and we perform two musicals each year and also put on several other concerts and social events.
We are always on the lookout for new members , including singers, dancers, actors, back-stage and "front-of-house" helpers. You are welcome to join us any Tuesday evening at the Ingatestone Community Centre Theatre. It\’s a great opportunity to meet new friends and perhaps start a really rewarding pastime. For more details about our membership & Friends of the Society (FOTS),
Contact via our website or social media
For information info@imog.org.uk

ja performing arts


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2 St Helens Avenue, Clacton on sea

We offer specialist training for Boys and Girls from the age of 2 years upwards in Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Modern, Drama, Hip Hop/Street and Musical Theatre. We also provide adult classes! All classes are held in our purpose built Studios.
In addition to examinations the pupils have the opportunity perform in our biennial show, professional summer seasons, charity shows and corporate events! We have most recently performed at Her Majesty’s Theatre in London .

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JADA Theatre School

JADA Theatre School

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83 Brunswick Road, Southend-on-Sea

Owned and operated by Josephine Parsad - Josephines Academy of Drama and Arts (est 2005) is an all round performance based school catering for all ages from 3 years upwards to 25. Classes vary: Drama, Modern/Street Dance, Singing, Glee clubs, LAMDA and ISTD,Musical Theatre and Elocution classes.
All round performance based school catering for all ages! (3-25years)
Contact: classes@jadaschool.co.uk

Kelvedon Players

Kelvedon Players



Kelvedon Players have been providing amateur drama in Kelvedon for over fifty years. A wide range of play styles have been produced over the years with everything from pantomime to comedy, farce, drama and musicals.
With three or four productions each year, we are continually on the lookout for new members whether to act or to provide technical support.
Productions and rehearsals are held in The Institute, High Street, Kelvedon.
Details of forthcoming auditions etc can be found in the Newsletter.
If you would like to find out more about membership or what's happening at Kelvedon Players, contact us by contact@kelvedonplayers.co.uk

KYDS Youth Drama Society

KYDS Youth Drama Society

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KYDS Youth Drama Society (formerly Knights Youth Drama Society) was founded on 4th March 2009. KYDS Youth Drama Society is based in Tiptree, Essex. Our registered address is 23 Maldon Road, Tiptree, CO5 0TN.
The aims of the society are:
- to educate the public in the dramatic and operatic arts, and to further the development of public appreciation and taste in the said arts;
- to build member's skills in areas of communication, confidence, teamwork and creativity;
- to educate members in various drama and theatre based skills;
- to offer easy access to the arts for the local community.
KYDS Youth Drama Society is a member of the National Operatic and Dramatic Society and the North Essex Theatre Guild.
KYDS are always on the look out for new members, interested in getting involved in the society. We are currently looking for new members from 11-21 that are interested in performing in our April production.
In addition to this, we are looking for volunteers that would be interested in being involved with other aspects of our productions, such as technical, backstage, costumes or publicity. You can phone us admin@kyds.org.uk or via website.



Kytes was formed in 1980 by a small group of like minded individuals. The primary objectives of the Group were, and still are, to perform contemporary drama, which both challenges the cast, but also entertains the audience.This can be evidenced in some of Kytes' more recent productions; Closer, Amadeus, A Passionate Woman and Don Juan In Soho.
A desire to put on shows of the highest quality has always been at the heart of everything we do, and, as a result, the Group has been successful in attracting some of the best acting talent to its ranks. Over the years, we have won many awards for our work, and we are currently on the crest of a wave, having won the Brentwood Theatre award for best production of a play for the second year running. The Brent awards review all productions taking place at The Brentwood Theatre over the course of a year, so to be voted best play two years running is a fantastic achievement, of which we are all very proud.
Our group is continually growing both in membership and ideas for new shows, new writing and new and exciting ways of presenting challenging theatre.
Come join us. Chances are you're needed and don't even know it. Whatever your job there is an array of jobs and talent needed behind the scenes from set building to make up to costume design to photography to sound and lighting design.
Membership enquiries: enquiries@kytes.net
Box Office Enquiries: boxoffice@kytes.net

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