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Alde Valley Players

Great Glemham Village Hall, Great Glemham, Nr Framlingham


Amateur group taking on performances from short skits to panto to whodunnit's, currently involving all ages from 10 to mid-60s - always looking for new players and helpers. We try to put on at least two shows a year, including a Christmas Pantomime. Over the years we have had many successful shows, and our audience seems to grow with each production.
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Angel Players

Rendlesham, Woodbridge


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Angel Players are an Amateur Dramatics Company, based in Suffolk. We try to put on at least two shows a year, including a Christmas Pantomime. Over the years we have had many successful shows, and our audience seems to grow with each production.


Anglia Comedy Theatre



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Appeal Theatre Group




Every summer Appeal produces a major musical at the New Wolsey Theatre in Ipswich, Suffolk. With the same professional touch, each autumn they transform a church hall into a little theatre where 'An Evening with Appeal' is staged, giving inexperienced members of the Group an opportunity to develop their art and to 'tread the boards' with more seasoned performers.


Beccles Theatre Players



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Amateur theatre group performing plays and sketches


Brantham Amateur Theatrical Society (BATS)Brantham Amateur Theatrical Society

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Brantham, Suffolk

Established in 1982, Brantham Amateur Theatrical Society (BATS) is an award-winning British village group made up of approximately 100 members of all ages. We perform all of our productions, as well as hosting an annual play festival, at Brantham Village Hall in the county of Suffolk. We also operate two workshops, Junior and High School BATS, for the younger members in our group. BATS is affiliated to and the North Essex Theatre Guild.
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Bucklesham Players




Performing shows and panto in Bucklesham for over 40 years.
Should you be interested in joining us, we begin on Tuesday evenings from the start of September. If you would like to join us, contact us at the Village Hall, via our website or our Twitter account @BuckleshamPlay. Everyone is welcome.


Bunbury Players



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The Bunbury Players welcomes any new members no matter what their experience, and pride ourselves on being a friendly and close amateur dramatics group. The Bunbury’s membership over the last 3 years has escalated to the highest we have ever seen in many years and that is fabulous. We have got a very talented bunch of people!
We welcome anyone from the age of 12 years old.
The Players’ try to put on 3 main productions per year, the pantomime in February half term, a production in May/June and a play or musical in September/October.
We welcome anyone who wants to join. Whether you want to act, sing, dance, help backstage, paint, sew, make costumes, scenery etc.
We meet twice a week at the Bunbury Rooms, Church Walk, Mildenhall on a Tuesday and Thursday between 7.30pm and 9.30pm (9pm for children).
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Bungay Theatre Group



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Bures Stage Society




The Bures Stage Society is an amateur stage society in the small village of Bures nestled in the Stour valley on the border of Essex and Suffolk.
We aim to produce shows of the highest quality while having as much fun as possible.
We are based in the Community Centre in Bures.
You can find us on Nayland road, not far from our church and right on the doorstep of our recreational grounds.
The address of the Bures Community Centre is:
The Bures Community Center, Nayland road, Bures CO8 5BX
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Bury St Edmunds Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society

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Bury St Edmunds


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Have you ever watched a stage show and thought "I wish I could do that ..."? Well, maybe you can! Amateur theatre is a great way to get involved with the performing arts. Bury St Edmunds Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society is always looking for aspiring actors, singers and dancers of all ages, so why not pop along to one of our rehearsals, have a cup of coffee and a chat, and let us persuade you to take up one of the most rewarding of hobbies a person can have? We usually rehearse at Trinity Methodist Church Hall, Looms Lane, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk (map) on a Tuesday evening. Second nights are either Monday or Thursday - e-mail us.
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Centre Stage Company




Centre stage Company is the performing arm of HADOS (Haverhill and District Operatic Society), which is a registered charity. We are an amateur dramatics and operatic society based in Haverhill, Suffolk, UK. Please feel free to browse around the site using the Main Menu on the left hand side. The front page will always contain up to date notices, information, and upcoming productions.
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Chelpin Players




Meet Wednesdays (19:30) in the Village Hall. Provide public performances several times each year.
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Circle 67



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This amateur dramatic society was founded in Halesworth, Suffolk, in the year which gives it its name, and in our first 40 years we have established a long tradition of touring a varied and adventurous range of productions to towns and villages in the Blyth River valley area, from Southwold in the East to Laxfield in the West; northwards from Halesworth to Beccles and Bungay in the Waveney valley, and southwards to Framlingham. We take the stage in village halls and theatres and, on summer evenings, in pub gardens, on commons and (at Bungay) in castle ruins.


Clare Amateur Dramatic Society (CADS)

Clare, Suffolk


We are a small Amateur Dramatic Society from the town of Clare in Suffolk. Formed in 1935 CADS has been performing for the local population for 80 years now!
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Company of Four (The)


5, Hamblin Road, Woodbridge, Suffolk. IP12 1BG


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In 1972, four youth club members, Harry Reeve, John Morris, Michael Warden and Don Spall met in the tea room of the Woodbridge cinema and took the decision to break away from the 'Woodbridge Youth Club' (a company that had been staging shows in the area since the 1950s) and form a new company. Since there were four of them in the room at the time, they decided on the name COMPANY OF FOUR.


Co-op Juniors Theatre Company

Co-op Juniors Theatre Company


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The Co-op Juniors Theatre Company is the largest amateur theatre group in the UK. Based in Ipswich, Suffolk, in the last year they’ve entertained audiences totalling over 14,000 with stunning, high-energy musical productions.
If you have an enquiry about the Co-op Juniors Theatre Company, need more information, or just want to let us know what you think, drop us an e-mail via our website


CTC - The Childrens Theatre Company

CTC - The Childrens Theatre Company

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Award winning part-time performing arts school for 3-21 years based in Ipswich. 2015 Aladdin Jr, West Side Story & Joseph / 2016 Legally Blonde, The Musical!
Weekly musical theatre classes for children of all ages who enjoy acting, singing and dancing.
a personable approach
attention on the individual
developing communication skills
encouraging creativity and imagination
building confidence
enhancing performance skills
and above all fun!
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DARC Productions



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Deben Players

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Formed back in 1964 The Deben Players are an amateur theatre group based in Woodbridge, Suffolk.
We aim to put on three main productions a year, one in the spring, one in the autumn and also a Christmas pantomime. We also arrange a number of social events throughout the year and details of these are posted on our news page.
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Debenham Players (The)

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Anyone wishing to join us can either come along to any rehearsal, which are on Tuesday and Wednesday in the Sir Robert Hitcham primary school, School corner, Debenham IP14 6PL,
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Eight Five Theatre Company

Bury St Edmunds


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Elmswell Amateur Dramatics Society



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Empty Space Theatre Workshop

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Let's share skills, have fun. This could include improvisation, voice, words, text, play reading, devising, physical theatre, mime, and performance techniques.

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Eyeswrite is a group of Playwrights, Directors and amateur actors who put on events to support local charities and encourage new writing.

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Felixstowe Amateur Dramatic and Operatic Society (FADOS)



Felixstowe Amateur Dramatic and Operatic Society was formed in 1946 and is the oldest established amateur dramatic and operatic society in Felixstowe.
We currently have an adult Drama section and put on a number of productions each year from one act plays, entered in local festivals and often written by our own award winning authors, to full length productions.
We have our own premises at 312A High Street, Walton, Felixstowe, IP11 9QJ (behind the Basics Charity Shop opposite the Half Moon public house) which is used for rehearsals and for entertainments for members and their friends and families. Occasionally we also mount productions for the public in this building.
We offer Costumes and Props for hire at very reasonable rates. FADOS House is also available for hire for various functions either for a single event or on a recurring basis.
We are always looking for new members to join us - whether as actors, directors, scenery builders/designers, back stage or front-of-house or anyone with an interest in the theatre.
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Felixstowe Musical Theatre

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Trimley Welcome Hall
Trimley St Martin Memorial Hall


Felixstowe Musical Theatre started in 1966 as an evening class under the auspices of the Adult Education Centre and met for rehearsals in what is now Orwell High school. Their first production – Salad Days- at the school was so successful it was decided to put their next show – Free as Air- on at the Spa Pavilion. At about this time the fees payable for being an evening class rose to £1 .10s (£1.50) a head per term and we thought we could do better if we were independent!
After this, rehearsals have been held at various venues in the town and we have been settled for many years now in the Welcome Hall, Trimley St Mary. We also became affiliated to N.O.D.A ( National Operatic and Dramatic Association) whose advice and support has been invaluable over the years.
At first we only did one major musical per year and had a Road Show which travelled round the nearby villages, but in 1971 decided on two productions a year at the Spa . In the early 90’s we started our format of a musical in summer and a pantomime in the winter.
Over the years we have supported many charities, mostly local, and the proceeds of the in-house raffle at the Spa during ‘Peter Pan’ supported the Ipswich Children’s Hospice.After our performance of ‘Underneath the Arches’ in 1998 we felt very honoured when Roy Hudd agreed to become our president.
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Framlingham Amateur Dramatics Society FADS


We are an amateur theatre group based in the town of Framlingham Suffolk. We were formed back in 1878 and apart from the war years - 1914 to 1918 and 1939 to 1945 - we have tried to do one or two performances a year. We meet/rehearse at the FAYAP Centre behind Thomas Mills High School every Tuesday at 8pm.
Our performances are held at the Headmaster Porter Theatre in Framlingham College.
Please see our website for details or feel free to get in touch.

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