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Tamise en Scene

London

Tamise en Scène is a london-based french drama company aiming to promote french-speaking culture in the UK since 2009. As well as performing plays in french, we produce shows and offer some drama workshops for french speakers.
Tamise en Scène est une compagnie de théâtre et de production de spectacles qui a pour vocation de promouvoir la francophonie en Grande-Bretagne. Née à Londres en 2009, elle souhaite faire découvrir à tous les amoureux de la langue de Molière des pièces de théâtre contemporaines en français et des artistes francophones.
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Tempo Theatre Arts

Wanstead High School, Redbridge Lane West, London, E11 2JZ

info@aimingforthestars.co.uk
Wantstead High School is a specialist college in the performing arts. It boasts an array of excellent facilities including a theatre, dance studios and drama studios. This means that our students will benefit from working with industry professionals in first rate surroundings.
The school is well placed for local public transport links and there is ample parking.

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Eltham

Performing musicals and plays in the Eltham area.

The American Musical Theatre Academy

The American Musical Theatre Academy
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American Musical Theatre Academy, Europa House, 13-17 Ironmonger Row, London, UK EC1V 3QG

If you have what it takes to make your dreams a reality, we are ready to help you use your unique talents and push you to reach your full potential. When you succeed here with us, we succeed. The American Musical Theatre Academy is more than just a performing arts school; we are a family, and we can’t wait for you to join us.
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The Baked Bean Theatre Company

Putney

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The Blend Choir

The Blend Choir
www.theblendchoir.co.uk

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Bourne End, Uxbridge & London

The first BLEND CHOIR started in January 2013. The choirs give local singers a place to go once a week to sing, socialise and have fun!

Contact: info@theblendchoir.co.uk or via our website or social media

The BIG Sing

The BIG Sing
www.big-sing.com

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London, Essex, Kent, Herts

The BIG Sing Community Choir are working hard to show community singing at its best! The members are people from the local community who have a desire to sing. The BIG Sing gives them the opportunity to be taught by expert tutors, turning the choir into an amazing sound and giving them unique performance opportunities. The BIG Sing have performed alongside some BIG names already including Ellie Goulding, Leah McFall (from BBC The Voice) Blake, London Community Gospel Choir, sung for Jamie Oliver and are about to go on tour with Leona Lewis. Come and hear their pop, motown, soul and inspirational songs that will leaving you feeling happy and uplifted – you can even sing along!
Contact: info@big-sing.com

The Blend Choir

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Bourne End, Hammersmith, Uxbridge

The Blend Choir- Bourne End
Sessions run on Monday evenings from 7.30pm-9pm.
The Blend Choir- London
Sessions run on Wednesday evenings from 7pm-8.30pm. Nearest Tubes Barons Court, Hammersmith and Kensington Olympia.
The Blend Choir- Uxbridge
Sessions run on Thursday evenings from 7pm-8.30pm
All choirs have a FREE trial week and then a term fee which is paid in full or by DD across the 12 weeks terms.
We have at least 2 concerts a year to showcase the material worked on but this is not obligatory for being a member in the choir.
Contact: theblendchoir@hotmail.com

The Bob Hope Theatre Company

The Bob Hope Theatre Company
www.bobhopetheatre.co.uk/

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The Bob Hope Theatre, Wythfield Rd, Eltham, SE9 5TG

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Eltham Little Theatre, circa 1957
Membership is open to anyone. Full Membership is open to those 18 years and over...and there is no upper limit!! You can get involved in as little or as much as you wish to; acting, directing, stage management, scenery and prop creation, wardrobe, lighting, sound, front of house management...the list is endless.
We offer a welcoming and social environment and one where you can explore those hidden talents!
To find out more please contact The Membership Secretary via email [membership@bobhopetheatre.org.uk] or leave your name and contact number with our box office and we will call you.For those younger, our New Stagers youth drama group is for 11 - 16 year olds.
Thank you for supporting our local theatre. We hope to be seeing more of you in the future!

Contact: info@bobhopetheatre.co.uk or via our website or social media

The Bridge

The Bridge
www.thebridge-ttc.org

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North Finchley

Every year people of all nationalitites and backgrounds come to The Bridge to change their lives and become professional actors. If that's your dream, we're here to help you make it happen.
The Bridge Theatre Training Company is a non-profit making drama school that provides actor training of the highest calibre at an affordable price.
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The British Theatre Academy

The British Theatre Academy
www.thebritishtheatreacademy.com

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Ambassadors Theatre London, West Street

The British Theatre Academy Is a unique performing arts company that has inspired the talent of thousands of young performers over the past 30 years! UK/US
The British Theatre Academy is the growing standard in accessible theatre training and performance opportunities for young people in the UK. For almost 30 years*, The BTA has offered performers under the age of 23 the opportunity to develop skills, craft and experience in order to build character, confidence and work under professional conditions in the theatre industry in an elite capacity and locally in our communities.
Our mission is to ensure that young people have accessibility to professional training regardless of socioeconomic background, and our members benefit from working with top West End, Broadway and International professionals both as teacher in weekly classes, and as part of a creative team in our professional shows.
Contact: info@TheBritishTheatreAcademy.com

The Centenary Company

The Centenary Company
www.centenarycompany.co.uk

Based in south-east London, we specialise in performing the comic operas of Gilbert & Sullivan.
Our productions combine high musical standards with energetic and creative staging – and we have lots of fun! The look of our shows has varied from the traditional to the unconventional (including a Dad’s Army-inspired version of The Sorcerer, and The Gondoliers transposed to Italy and Spain in the 1930s), and we’ve given the world premieres of new adaptations of Utopia (Limited) and The Grand Duke – as well as the first UK production in more than a century of the early Gilbert-without-Sullivan musical No Cards in a double bill with The Pirates of Penzance.
We typically mount a fully staged production of a G&S opera, with full orchestra, for one week every year (five performances, including a Saturday matinee).
We also present concerts featuring choruses, solos and ensembles in a variety of musical styles; these events raise funds for our main productions and for charities.
In most years we run a scratch ‘G&S opera in a day’ concert performance, which attract G&S lovers from far and wide.

Contact: centenarycompany@gmail.com

The Community Players

New Eltham
The Centre, New Eltham Methodist Church, 435 Footscray Road, New Eltham, London SE9 3UL

Box Office 01322 613128
Contact info@thecommunityplayers.co.uk
Initially founded under the banner of "The Methodist Players" in 1963, the group changed its name some time later to "The Community Players" as it was felt that "The Methodist Players" might restrict some individuals from joining. We have remained "The Community Players" ever since.
The Group originally comprised some dozen or so enthusiastic thespians and our premier production, in 1964, was "Here We Come Gathering", chosen simply because we could cast it and the set was minimalist (an empty cottage). One enduring memory of this production was when, at one point, a tramp is frying bacon on-stage - whilst we had the effects person frying REAL bacon off-stage and wafting the aroma into the audience. This worked perfectly - except that the aroma reached the audience half an hour AFTER the bacon-frying scene. When the audience were on their way out in fact!
We went up-market and ambitious for our second production, "The Diary of Anne Frank" and went overboard with the set - having four rooms on-stage all visible at the same time.
Since these early beginnings, we have presented a wide variety of plays from farce to the classics and have tried to cater for every taste. The Group has a faithful group of Patrons (approximately 50 in all) who support us for all our productions and social activities (Quiz Nights, Murder Mystery evenings etc.). From a very small Church Hall seating about 80 at a time, we have progressed to a Community Centre in the heart of New Eltham, London, SE9 where a "full house" (some 220 people) is frequently achieved. After 43 years, we look forward to reaching our half-century with many more exciting productions.
The Community Players welcome newcomers, with or without experience! We meet at The Methodist Centre, Footscray Road, New Eltham every Tuesday, and some Fridays, from 8pm to 10pm. We have a great time! Why not come along and meet us or send us an email to find out more. We look forward to meeting you!

The Drama Workhouse

Dollis Hill

Welcome to drama workhouse. Whether you're participating in drama for the first time, brushing up on your skills, or just want to have fun - this is the place you should be. We hold weekly Saturday workshops for young people (7-13+ years) as well as evening workshops for adults (18+). We are also starting a new course for 18-25 yrs on Wednesday evenings from 8-10pm. This will run for 8 weeks from October 21st - December 9th

The Earls Courtiers

The Earls Courtiers
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Philbeach Hall, 51 Philbeach Gdns, SW5 9EB
(next to St. Cuthbert’s Church)

In 2013, Toby Brown founded a wonderful, local Amateur Dramatic Group. We have performed several plays by Shakespeare in the garden squares around Earls Court. Last year we also performed several plays at St Cuthbert’s Church, Dylan Thomas’s Under Milkwood ,Childhood Memories, a locally written play about children during the war - set right here in Earls Court and An Evening with the Earls Courtiers. We are a lively bunch of theatre loving people from all walks of life.
We always welcome new members. If you have enjoyed our production and would like to join us, either acting or in any backstage activity, please contact : Toby.brown@tlclondon.com

The Good Companions Amateur Dramatic Society

The Good Companions Amateur Dramatic Society
www.thegoodcompanions.org.uk

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Edgware

enquiries@thegoodcompanions.org.uk or members@TheGoodCompanions.org.uk
Based in Edgware, we perform 3 plays every year covering a variety of genres.
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The Greek Theatre Players


www.greektheatreplayers.co.uk

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East London

Performing outdoor Shakespeare every year since 1958!
We are a company of actors that come together annually to perform Open Air Shakespeare.
Our actors are also members of the many local dramatic groups scattered across London.
Established in 1958, we continue to bring the experience of open-air Shakespeare to the heart of east London.
If you’d like to keep updated with the details of forthcoming productions please contact us at: GreekTheatrePlayers@gmail.com

The Guild Players


www.guildplayers.org.uk

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Finchley

The Guild Players are an amateur drama group, part of Finchley Methodist Church. We meet and perform at the church hall in Ballards Lane, Finchley, London N3.
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The Hackney Players

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Hackney

The Hackney Players is now in its forty-fourth year and during that time has put on over 100 productions ranging from Greek melodrama and thrillers to comedy, pantomime and music hall.
We have performed in various halls and theatres in both Hackney and other boroughs, but our principal home for many years the years was Summit Estate Hall in Stamford Hill where we had meetings, stored costumes and scenery, rehearsed and performed the majority of our productions over the years. Over the years the building had not worn well and in 2011 Hackney Homes offered us the use of Morland Community Hall.
We are now in out third year at Morland and after producing our first pantomime last December we feel we are at home!
If you are interested in acting, directing, helping backstage or just finding out what we do why not drop in and see?
We meet every Monday (and on Thursdays when rehearsing) at 8.00pm. at Morland Hall, Gayhurst Road, London E8 3EY and we will be pleased to see you!
Contact: thehackneyplayers@googlemail.com

The Lyric Players

Lyric Players
www.lyricplayers.org

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Sutton

Producing great musical theatre for 90 years in Sutton and Carshalton!
Founded in 1922, we are an amateur theatre society based in South West London, with rehearsal venues in Cheam and Wallington. We perform in Carshalton and Sutton, usually putting on two productions a year, one around April and one in November. We believe in producing accessible, though not always well known, theatre for all members of the community to enjoy. We rehearse regularly on Tuesday and Thursday evenings between 20:00 and 22:15 and usually have several Sunday afternoon rehearsals from 14:00 to 18:00 as each production comes towards the end of its rehearsal period. Our auditions are open to all and new members are always welcome.

The MTA

The MTA
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Bernie Grant Arts Centre, Town Hall Approach Road, Tottenham Green, London N15 4RX

The MTA is unique. We offer the UK’s first, fast track programme that is focused on getting you industry-ready in 2 years, rather than the traditional 3 years.
Entry to The MTA is by audition – no qualifications are necessary other than an overwhelming desire to work as a performer. Whilst we specialise in Musical Theatre, our ambassadors are equally at home on the screen and in straight plays (both contemporary and classical).
If you have a dream, the ambition and the drive, then The MTA is for you, because everyone here feels the same way. There are no career teachers at The MTA, only working professionals who want to teach the next generation of performers. They can, and as you can see from our stats do, give you the skills to realise your potential.
Contact: info@themta.co.uk
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The Philbeach Society

London

The Philbeach Society is a London-based amateur operatic company specialising in light opera and musical shows. The society meets on Tuesdays at the GOODWILL CENTRE SALVATION ARMY HALL, Chichester Road, Kilburn Park, NW6. This is just one minute's walk from KILBURN PARK tube station (Bakerloo Line). Out of the Station, turn right, past the PRINCE OF WALES pub and the next building on the right is the GOODWILL CENTRE. We are there from 7.30pm and finish the evening in the pub next door for a beer or three! Anyone who thinks they can sing and/or act is very welcome to join us. We also welcome anyone interested in the production/technical side of putting on an amateur show. If you can wield a paintbrush, sew a costume or hammer a nail, come and see us. We try to put on a major show every year which may be a G&S operetta, something from the Edwardian period, a popular musical or, indeed, anything! We have even performed a major piece of musical drama written by one of our own members. One of the songs from this show (Rosie) became a Eurovision entry In addition to the major show we tend to put on small shows and concerts throughout the year involving more or less of our members. These are usually seasonal (Easter, Christmas, etc.). Weekends away when we perform out of London, taking over some unsuspecting rural community, are also a regular feature. We team-up with an American light-opera group from New York every few years to present a joint production, either in New York or London. For more information about this please click on the B.A.L.O.E. button above.

The Players of St Peter

The Players of St Peter
www.posp.org.uk

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City of London

For sixty years, the Players of St Peter have been performing English medieval drama in London, and are, we believe, unique in offering annual productions from the main English mystery cycles. At the end of November each year we perform a selection of plays from one of the four most complete cycles (York, Chester, Wakefield and "N-Towne" - also known as "The Plaie called Corpus Christi"). Our productions take the Bible story as far as the Nativity, presenting a selection of self-contained scenes within the hour-and-a-half duration of each performance.
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The Playing Space

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Southgate, North London

Small (but perfectly formed) company based in North London and specialising in after-school and weekend drama classes, LAMDA coaching, teacher training, birthday parties and more!
Contact: gabi@theplayingspace.co.uk

The Pop-Up Choir

The Pop-Up Choir
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Kennington

London a capella pop choir singing Taylor Swift, 90s classics, and everything in between. Bookings: thepopupchoir@gmail.com

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The Priory Players

The Priory Players
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Eltham
The Progress Hall, Admiral Seymour Road, Eltham, London SE9 1SL

The Priory Players are a friendly group, open to anybody interested in amateur dramatics. Membership of the Company is £20 for those in full time employment and £10 for students, OAP's and those not in full time employment.
All our members ‘muck in’ to do all the jobs involved in putting on plays – from acting on the stage, helping out behind the scenes, set-building, painting, running the box-office to operating the stage lighting during the shows, whatever aspect of theatre you are interested in, we can offer you the opportunity to try your hand.
We meet every Tuesday at the Progress Hall, Admiral Seymour Road, Eltham, London SE9 1SL from 8.00pm to 10.00pm and anybody who is interested in coming along one evening to see what we get up to is most welcome.
We put on three productions a year in June, October and our pantomime in January. For our other two productions we try to find plays which challenge both the audience and cast, these may be straight or comedy but tend towards contemporary drama.
The hall is a 5 minute walk from Eltham train station, various bus routes also stop nearby.
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The Quay Players

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SE1

The Quay Players is a community theatre group based in Bermondsey/London Bridge, South London, established in 1997. We perform two shows every year: a family panto in the winter, and a full-scale musical in July. In addition, we also put on numerous other events throughout the year, such as cabaret nights, quiz nights, treasure hunts, and regular socials.
We rehearse at St. Anne’s church hall, Thorburn Square, London SE1 every Tuesday, 7.30pm-9.30pm.
Contact: info@quayplayers.org.uk

The Showbiz Pops Orchestra

Lewisham

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The St George's Players

The St George's Players

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Forest Hill, SE London

Based in Forest Hill, south-east London, this friendly Amateur Dramatic Society, formed in 1934, presents two full-length productions every year. Now located in the new St George's Church, Vancouver Road, Forest Hill, south-east London, technology has improved since those early days. The improvised footlights, made from old biscuit tins, have long-since been replaced with modern lighting equipment, and the scenery can be relied upon to stand firm! We welcome Applications for membership from anyone who would like to "tread the boards" or get involved in other tasks, such as set design, scenery construction, lighting, sound, props, prompting, Box Office, costumes, making tea, sweeping the stage and all the other jobs that have to be done by a small, but dedicated drama group. We are especially interested in directors and those interested in directing. The group meets twice a week for rehearsals as well as holding Quiz Evenings and other social events. See diary for important dates. We try to maintain a broad age profile. Whilst many are in their twenties, thirties and forties, our present membership includes three who have each celebrated 50 years with the Players!
Contact Us: If you have any questions please email us via stgeorgescttee@gmail.com or info@st-georges-players.org.uk

The Third World

London

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Theatre in The Square

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London

Theatre in the Square is a drama group based in North London. We put on four productions each year.
Our base is at the United Reformed Church, on Pond Square, in Highgate, London: N6 6BA
Theatre in the Square sometimes also rehearses and performs at the United Reformed Church, Tetherdown, Muswell Hill, N10 1ND
We’re sometimes also at East Finchley Methodist Church, 197 High Road, East Finchley, London: N2 8AJ
¦boxoffice@theatreinthesquareorg – for enquiries relating to ticket sales
¦committee@theatreinthesquareorg – to contact all the members of the group’s committee at once
¦info@theatreinthesquareorg – for general enquiries
We’re always keen to welcome new members whatever their background or experience, and there are plenty of opportunities to get involved: either backstage or as a performer.

Theatre West Four

Theatre West Four
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Chiswick

We always welcome new members both on stage and backstage - if you're interested please contact us info@theatrewestfour.co.uk or come along to one of our regular Thursday evening meetings at The Friendship Club, Age Concern Chiswick, Oxford Road North, Chiswick W4

Theatre Workout

London

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Thistles Musical Theatre Company


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Wanstead, Ilford

Thistles Musical Theatre Company is an amateur musical and dramatic society who produce large scale musicals at Ilford's Kenneth More Theatre and in other local venues.
Members come from North and East London and Essex and normally rehearse in South Woodford.Thistles perform two shows per year at the Kenneth More Theatre, Ilford, and at Lopping Hall, Loughton
We rehearse at Derby Road Church, South Woodford, on Monday and Friday evenings, 8-10pm. We also have additional rehearsals on Sunday afternoons in the run up to the show.
We charge £60 per year membership fees, plus a show fee which varies for each show (this is usually £40)
We always welcome new members, who are asked to do a simple singing and movement audition before joining the group.
If you are interested in joining the society or would like more information, please Contact via our website or social media

Torch Theatre Company

Wimbledon

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Tower Theatre Company

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Islington

Box Office: 020 7353 1700
Tower Theatre Company Members can audition for all our shows (up to 18 productions a year!) and vote at our Annual General Meeting ... all for the bargain price of £50 a year!
To become an Acting Member you must join as a Friend of the Tower Theatre first.

Trinity College London - WAC Arts

89 Albert Embankment

Trinity College London provides respected international qualifications across a range of disciplines in the performing and creative arts, and in English language learning and teaching.
Trinity has been conducting exams since 1877, and our assessments are now taken in over 60 countries each year.
Find out more about why Trinity qualifications are highly valued by colleges, universities, and employers all over the world, and find the assessment that’s perfect for you.
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