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Ram Gulrajani Drama Society


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Rayleigh Operatic and Dramatic Society


RODS was formed in 1949 and our aim is to promote the performance of live theatre. Our productions range from Wilde and Ibsen to Rogers & Hammerstein and Pantomime. We have a wide age range and a very active youth section. We are a friendly and diverse group who are always pleased to welcome new members who wish to participate onstage, backstage, directing or in any administrative role.
We present two productions a year at The Mill Arts Centre in Rayleigh, and also perform shows at other local venues.
We also enter various One-Act Festivals and have enjoyed much success in recent years, winning on a number of occasions.
We also have an active social calendar and an annual dinner dance.
Contact us via: info@rods.org.uk

Redbridge Drama Centre

Redbridge Drama Centre

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South Woodford / Redbridge

Redbridge Drama Centre exists to give opportunities to create and watch drama. We believe that talent is universal and opportunity is not. Here, professional companies rub shoulders with school groups devising, inspiring and creating new work.

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Redbridge Stage Company

Redbridge Stage Company



We have been entertaining audiences at the Kenneth More Theatre, Ilford, Essex since January 1975 but the group name first saw the light of day in 1972. The RSC was formed from an amalgamation of Tempest Productions (which started in 1963) and the drama section of Ilford Operatic and Dramatic Society (IODS)
Our repertoire is broad and varied and has encompassed a range of plays, comedies, thrillers, the classics, musicals, literary adaptations and farces. We are proud to have mounted a number of amateur premieres of modern works.
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Reject Theatre Company

Reject Theatre Company



Bringing a fresh new approach to entertainment.

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Rochford District Players


It all started with two ward sisters at Rochford Hospital back in 1978, who wanted to raise money for their wards by staging a one-off pantomime. 'Goody Two Shoes,' was chosen and performed in the Rochford Nurses Home Theatre in early 1979. Most of the cast were Hospital staff who enjoyed themselves so much that a second pantomime was staged.
At this point we needed a name and 'The Hospital District Players,' was adopted for what was to become an annual show until 1994 when 'Ali Baba' was the last show staged at the theatre before the demolition of the Hospital.
We now had to find a new home and the Greensward College in Hockley was chosen to hold our 1995 production of 'King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table.' Most of our shows have since been at Greensward. Following this change of venue, we also took the opportunity to change our name and become the 'Rochford District Players.'
In the past few years, the group has gone from strength to strength, and two years ago, for only the second time we have performed a summer show, by putting on a farce called 'Local News,' which was written by Sean Dooley and directed by Darren Kent.
We have always had a strong charity ethic and over the years we have raised many thousands of pounds to help local charities.
The Rochford District players are proud members of the National Operatic & Dramatic Association (NODA) which was founded in 1899 'to protect and advance the interest of operatic and dramatic art, and of societies engaged there in.' Today, NODA has over 2500 individual enthusiasts and 2300 amateur companies throughout the UK, performing in venues ranging from the country's leading professional theatres to village halls.
The group are always looking for new recruits to assist backstage, and, or indeed perform on stage in a principal or chorus role. If you are interested, please click here to contact us.
contact us via rplayers@freenetname.co.uk

Rochford YMCA Operatic Society


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Roding Valley Drama

Roding Valley Drama



#TeamDrama at Roding Valley High School where drama is #SeriousFun

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Rom Theatre Arts Kids

Rom Theatre Arts Kids

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The Arts Centre (Dunmow), 1 Haslers Lane, Great Dunmow, Essex CM6 1XS

Rom Theatre Arts Kids. Theatre school for age 3 - 18yrs
Musical Theatre, Acting, Vocal, Audition Technique, Jazz, Ballet,Tap, Acrobatics, I.S.T.D Examinations, New Era Drama Exam, Award winning showteam & Talent Agency

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Romford Operatic & Dramatic Society

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Brookside Theatre, 21a Eastern Road, Romford, Essex RM1 3NH

ROADS is based at the Brookside Theatre in Eastern Road, Romford and the society are looking for new members; anyone interested in either performing or helping backstage is more than welcome.
Romford Operatic and Dramatic Society (ROADS) is a musical theatre company that performs shows, including musicals and light operatic works, twice a year at the Brookside Theatre, Romford.
Our rehearsals are held at the theatre on Monday & Wednesday evenings 7.30pm 10.00pm & Sunday daytimes between 10.00am 6.00pm. Rehearsal schedules are provided and all cast members will be required at all times.
ROADS welcomes new members in all capacities performers, musicians, backstage, front-of-house and wardrobe.
If you would like to join as a performer we hold auditions for each production where, depending on the current production requirements, you will be asked to sing a suitable song, undertake a simple movement routine and perform a short monologue in front of our audition panel. (Current members wishing to take part in a production in the chorus will not be required to audition but any member wishing to be considered for a principal role will be required to audition for that production)
To buy tickets please visit www.brooksidetheatre.com.
Email info@romfordoperatic.com

Romford YMCA Operatic Society


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Roydon Players


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RUG Opera


Over the last 10 years Rug Opera have raised over 70,000 for charities by performing a variety of programmes including concerts of American Music, Opera, Christmas Music and Oratorios as well as shows at The International Gilbert & Sullivan Festival and sell out performances at The Civic Theatre and Empire Theatre.

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