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Hardingstone Players

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Hardingstone

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We always welcome new members, helpers and friends who are interested in all aspects of amateur dramatics, on or off stage.
We always welcome new members and friends who are interested in all aspects of amateur dramatics, on or off stage. If you would like to come along to the Hardingstone Players to act, sing, dance, play music, or help behind the scenes, then we would love to see you. We meet at the Hardingstone Village Hall most Wednesday nights at 7.30pm and Sunday afternoons at 2.30pm.
Interested? Just come along!

Irchester Players

Irchester Players
www.irchesterplayers.co.uk

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Wellingborough

Irchester Players are an amateur dramatics group based in Irchester, Northants. We are a not-for-profit theatre group who work very hard rehearsing and performing several shows each year including pantomimes and shows. We have a very large cast currently but as ever are always seeking new members for the cast and crew.
We obtain scripts and change them in the Irchester Players way and recently have been writing our own scripts for performances developing on some original and great ideas. Rehearsals tend to be on Wednesday evenings at a local venue then also on Sundays as performances approach.
Visit our website www.irchesterplayers.co.uk for more information about current activity and performances. We have many roles where help will always be welcome in addition to performers such as front of house, stage crew, sound and lighting, set and prop building and not forgetting the set and prop painting. Get in contact for more information.
Contact via website or email secretary@irchesterplayers.co.uk

Khameleon Kompany

Daventry

We are Khameleon Kompany and we run YouthPOD & Toddlepod

YouthPOD is now expanding! We are bringing our confidence building, skill enhancing, fun classes to Long Buckby, as well as Weedon and Daventry.
We teach your child to sing, dance and act as well as other basic theatre skills but we place the emphasis on their creativity. Shows are built through their imagiations and passions. We always allow all children the chance to shine at whatever they want to showcase. No one takes centre stage. They all do!
PLUS (and this is the best news yet!) we are introducing a Poddlings class. Specially for 4,5 and 6 year olds
4pm till 5pm on Sunday evenings at Everyone Active Daventry.
Interested: email us youthpod@khameleonkompany.co.uk


Toddlepod
We also bring theatre skills to pre-schoolers with our ToddlePOD sessions. Based on key skills from the EYFS (early year guidelines) we act, dance and sing our way through new stories every week using interactive, hand-on methods and a bucket full of fun. We encourage and support adults involvement and specifically add parent/child connecting time, so ToddlePOD creates a space in your week for one-to-one learning and play.
At just £4 per child including coffee/tea juice and biscuits at the end of each session.
Classes now on. Call or email for details.
www.khameleonkompany.co.uk
youthpod@khameleonkompany.co.uk or toddlepod@khameleonkompany.co.uk

KOS Musical Theatre Company

Kettering

K.O.S. was one of the first performers of musical shows in the town. Founded on March 7th 1919, the society was originally named the Kettering Amateur Operatic Society.
Contact Secretary kos_committee@btinternet.com

Kettering Youth Theatre Group

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Kettering
4 Brambleside, Kettering, Northants, NN16 9BH
Tel: 01536 482659

Kettering Youth Theatre Group is a theatrical group run for people aged between 6 and 22 by the show date . Each year the group puts on a pantomime at our local theatre to the public. The group was first set up in 1974, our first show was Red Riding Hood and is run by volunteers. The group is affiliated to NODA has won many NODA awards for its productions. If you are interested in joining our group please feel free to contact us chairman@kytg.co.uk

Lings Players

Northampton

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Masque Theatre

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Northampton

Masque Theatre is one of Northamptonís longest-established community theatre groups. In 2012, we will be celebrating our 80th birthday. Masque Theatre and Masque Youth Theatre have a combined membership of around 150.
Each year we perform six or seven productions. We aim to put on plays that are entertaining, interesting or unusual, providing our membership and audience with variety across the season. For example, the 2009/10 season includes Closer by Patrick Marber, The Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov and Arsenic and Old Lace by Joseph Kesselring. Our annual open-air production is a much-loved Northampton tradition.
Age Range: Masque Youth Theatre gives 10 to 19-year-olds acting workshops and experience of performance. The main Masque Theatre group accepts actors of all ages on merit.
Rehearsal times vary from production to production depending on availability of cast and venues.
Masque Theatre has no premises of its own so is able to choose venues which are suitable for each production. Popular venues include Northampton Collegeís studio theatre, The Crusader Round of the historic Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Northampton, The University of Northampton and The Playhouse Theatre, Northampton. Our annual summer open-air productions take place in the Courtyard of Abington Park Museum, Northampton.
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Moulton Players

Northampton

Moulton Players own their own theatre and present five plays in each year commencing in October and continuing through December, March, May and July. We have open auditions which are announced on the website.
We have a youth section for 12 yr olds and upward.
The website gives details of the group's history, its productions, the current season of plays and all the contact names with telephone numbers.
Normally tickets for each production go on sale six weeks and two days prior to opening night (i.e. Saturday) and are available from the theatre on Saturday mornings or from the Box Office by telephone (evenings only).
We also provide a cinema showing a wide range of films - details on the website.
Membership runs from 1st August for one year and members' subscriptions range from £10 to £20 (Seniors £15) for Associate and Full membership. Only full members are permitted to act, direct, or work as stage crew. We have a licensed bar and a good range of social activities.
If you live nearby and enjoy theatre come and join us!
We have a thriving and active membership of theatre-lovers. Would you like to join us?

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Moulton Theatre

Moulton Theatre
www.moultontheatre.com

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Cross Street, Moulton, Northampton NN3 7RZ

We have a thriving and active membership of theatre-lovers.
Would you like to join us?
Email membership@moultontheatre.com to apply for membership.

Northampton Acting and Creative Practice Actors

Northampton Acting and Creative Practice Actors

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Northampton University

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Northampton G & S Group

Northampton

How can you become involved?
Do you sing?
The group is always on the look out for playing members so if you want to join please contact us for an audition.
By becoming a ĎFROGí?
For a small annual fee you can join the 'Friends of Gilbert and Sullivan in Northampton'. Benefits include priority booking for shows, regular information on the Groupís activities and access to rehearsals.
Perhaps you would like to be a Vice-President or a Patron?
Paying an annual subscription entitles Vice-Presidents to 4 free seats and Patrons to 2 free seats at the Groupís annual production.
Help in some other way perhaps?
Costumes, make-up, backstage, props, publicity and audience development are areas where your particular skills could be useful.

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Northampton's Amateur Dramatics

Northampton

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Northampton Gilbert & Sullivan Group

Boothville Community Hall, Boothville, Northampton

The Northampton Gilbert and Sullivan Group is one of Northamptonshires oldest musical groups, coming together to produce one fully staged Gilbert & Sullivan Operetta a year at the Royal Theatre in Northampton
Type: Gilbert and Sullivan/ Comedy Operetta
Age Range: Generally 16+ (no upper limit) however all voices considered
Rehearsals: Every Monday from 7.30pm to 9.30pm/10.00pm

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Northampton Interchurch Players

Northampton Interchurch Players

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Northampton

Come along and join in the fun! Each year from September to January we create a pantomime aimed at families in order to raise money for local charities. We welcome anybody and everybody because we believe that each and every person has the ability to act and our aim is to find that talent. Is acting not for you? Then we are also keen on finding stage crew members, the more the merrier! We meet on Friday evenings at 7.30 at St Mary's Church in Far Cotton. It's always good to see new faces so if you're interested, please do come along!
Contact: northamptoninterchurchplayers@gmail.com

Northampton Musical Theatre Company - NMTC

Northampton Musical Theatre Company
www.northamptonmusicaltheatrecompany.co.uk

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Northampton

NMTC has been proudly performing to Northampton audiences since 1898. In 2011 the company changed its name from the 'Northampton Amateur Operatic Company' to NMTC.
We pride ourselves on producing professional standard productions, in 2012 we performed Andrew Lloyd Webber's 'Whistle Down the Wind', the quality of which gained us an invite into the Really Useful Group's Elite Amateur Groups List!
We have an enthusiastic and talented membership but, as we are always eager to maintain our high standards, we constantly try to strengthen our company. If you are interested in acting, singing, dancing or could bring practical stagecraft skills to our productions, we would like to hear from you!
If you would like to find out more, and are over 16 years old email info@nmtc.me.uk

Northampton Rock Choir

Rock Choir
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Northampton

Contact: office@rockchoir.com

Orlingbury Drama Group

Orlingbury, Wellingborough

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Oundle G&S Players

Oundle

Oundle Gilbert and Sullivan Players was formed in 1958. Our first show was 'The Pirates of Penzance' performed in 1959 and we have been entertaining audiences every year since.
We produce two shows a year. Our main production is in February/March when we perform one of the many famous Gilbert & Sullivan operettas.
Our second is a Summer concert in June when we perform a variety of songs loosely based around a theme (The 2014 theme is books, the title Once upon a Time). The songs range from pop, jazz and humorous songs to songs from musicals, with no G & S at all.
We rehearse once a week on Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m. and provide a warm welcome to all. Rehearsals for the main show start late August / early September. Rehearsals for the Summer concert start immediately after the Spring show, usually in March.
New members are always welcome. You can join as a full member and take part in either or both productions.
Even if you don't sing, there is almost guaranteed to be some part of what we do that will be of interest. From stage construction to wardrobe to front of house, the opportunities are many and varied.
Contact: chair@oundlegands.org"; secretary@oundlegands.org; businessmanager@oundlegands.org

Raunds Community Players

Raunds, East - Northamptonshire


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Royal & Derngate's Youth Theatre & Young Company

Royal & Derngate's Youth Theatre & Young Company
www.royalandderngate.co.uk

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Northampton

Royal & Derngate's Youth Theatre & Young Company for ages 5-21

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Rushden Amateur Operatic Society

Rushden

The R.A.T.S. has been providing live theatre to the town of Rushden in Northamptonshire for the last 50 years. We perform regularly at the Pemberton Centre in the town, with a pantomime every January, and most summers we perform a play, which is usually a comedy. New members from the age of 12 upwards are always welcome.
Come and join us!
Are you interested in any aspect of amateur dramatics? Have you been looking to join the R.A.T.S. but have not been sure how to go about it?
On the first Thursday of every month, we meet informally at 7:30pm in The Oak Room at the Rushden Rangers Football Club on Hayden Road (click here for location). Existing and potential new members are all welcome, so this is an ideal opportunity to come and meet members of the society, outside of an audition or rehearsal environment, and find out what we do.
Contact chairman@rushden-rats.co.uk


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