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Genesis Chorale

Genesis Chorale

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Pyrford/West Byfleet

New Members Always Welcome
Join Us – New members to the choir are always made very welcome. No Audition Necessary!
Rehearsals take place at the Church of the Good Shepherd, Pyrford on Mondays at 7:30pm.
Why not come along to some rehearsals and try us out?
You can always be assured of a friendly welcome.
For more details please email gchorale@outlook.com



Ghosts was founded in 1983 by Patsy Prescott, an immunologist at the Royal Surrey County Hospital, to perform Gilbert & Sullivan's HMS Pinafore, working our way through most of the G&S 'repertoire' and in 1989 becoming responsible for the annual hospital pantomimes and raising over £15,000 for various causes related to Guildford hospitals - hence our original name of Guildford Hospitals Theatre (GHosTs) - now renamed simply "Ghosts".
As if two shows a year weren't enough for us, we decided to do something 'serious' in 1991, and performed our first choral concert - John Stainer's Crucifixion. Our annual concerts are now as much a part of our programme as our staged performances.
Ghosts are also delighted to be the 'regular' choir for the Radio Lion Christmas carol service broadcasts. We have also provided the chorus for several professional productions staged by the London Opera Players as well as winning a number of NODA (National Operatic & Dramatic Association) awards for our musicals.
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Glow Theatre Group

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Glow Theatre Group is an exciting independent drama project for young people aged between 8 and 16!
At Glow, we give children as many opportunities as possible to get up on stage and perform. We produce a number of full length plays each year, as well as taking in part in festivals and competitions, so our members are always working towards their next performance.
Glow Theatre Group productions are fun, entertaining and high quality. The training given at Glow is of a consistently high standard, so that whichever role the children are taking on in the current production, they will be well equipped to perform it to their audience.
Glow Theatre Group aims to produce excellent performances, and, through this, Glow children will discover the fun of performance, and the sense of achievement that comes from being a part of a success.

Godalming Operatic Society


Godalming Operatic Society is always happy to welcome new members. Those with an interest in singing and performing on stage will enjoy participating in our shows. Each February we perform a Gilbert and Sullivan opera accompanied by a professional orchestra. We give six performances at The Borough Hall in Godalming and four performances at The Leatherhead Theatre. We also present a light hearted summer concert in early June, usually at The Electric Theatre in Guildford.
Apart from the enjoyment of performing on stage there is the benefit of professional and experienced musical direction (MD is Robin Wells, formerly Director of Music at Charterhouse, Robin has been MD since 1970). With experienced stage direction and choreography there is the opportunity to further develop performing art skills. We also have occasional workshops for members. Rehearsals for our G & S production begin during September on Monday evenings. Open auditions are held for principal roles; if successful you would be required to join the Society. We also welcome help with make-up, front of house and backstage.
Membership fees are very reasonable and there is no subscription fee payable for helpers. The Society is friendly and welcoming and has a large range of social activities for members to enjoy.
For more details please visit our website.
Membership Secretary memb-sec@godalmingoperatic.org
For PR please contact pr@godalmingoperatic.org

Godalming Theatre Group

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Godalming Theatre Group is based in Godalming, Surrey, England. We produce three major productions a year - in the spring, autumn and at Christmas.
We are a thriving community theatre company involving people of all ages. As well as producing quality theatre that appeals to everyone, we also provide regular training for the young.
GTG is a registered charity managed by an experienced and dedicated team of volunteers.
We stage our productions at the Ben Travers Theatre, Charterhouse School, Godalming, Surrey. It is a professionally run theatre with audience seating for approximately 240.
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Good Company


Good Company was formed in 2010 in order to produce small scale musicals to a very high standard. We have no membership stucture so we normally ask the cast to invest in the productions, with a view to their recouping that investment according to the success of the production.
In 2010 we presented A Man of No Importance and have just completed The Drowsy Chaperone, both to high critical acclaim. The cast of The Drowsy Chaperone all recouped their investment!
We are currently involved in a different venture; the World Premier of Olympus - The Musical, written by two Surrey composer/writers, which will be performed at the Ashcroft Theatre, Croydon and at the magical Minack Theatre, Cornwall in May 2012 to coincide with the start of the Olympic Torch relay from Land's End. This is an RSC Open Stages production and will be showcased at the Questors Theatre Ealing on Sun 22nd April as part of the Open Stages initiative. website

Green Theatre Company


New Malden
Barton Green Theatre, Elm Road, New Malden KT3 3HU

Email via website or bartongreentheatre@hotmail.com
We are a Youth Theatre with members aged 14-25 in New Malden, Surrey. We are constantly looking for new actors, directors, backstage crew and audience members. If you have any other skills including building and set design we would also love to hear from you and have you join us! Please check the website and our facebook (Green Theatre Company) for auditions and performance dates. Please don't hesistate to contact me if you wish to know more about the Green Theatre Company.
Box Office Tel: 07587 196378

GSA - Guildford School of Acting



As one of the UK’s leading drama schools for student satisfaction (2014 National Student Survey), our mission is to enable our students and staff to work at the forefront of their profession.
Guildford School of Acting, Stag Hill Campus, Guildford, Surrey GU2 7XH
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Guildford Amateur Theatre Association

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Guildford Amateur Theatre Association, or GATA is an umbrella organisation of almost 20 groups, promoting the interests of amateur theatre and public education in the dramatic arts in and around Guildford.
GATA is an umbrella organisation with about 20 societies and groups including theatre and opera companies, singing and youth groups, as well as dancers and film makers.
If you would like to get involved, we suggest getting in touch with the groups directly.
Chairman chairman@gata.org.uk
Secretary secretary@gata.org.uk
Treasurer treasurer@gata.org.uk
Membership Secretary membership@gata.org.uk
Social Media/Data Officer media@gata.org.uk

Guildford Opera



We are a very friendly welcoming company of singers, always on the lookout for new members, especially tenors!
We perform one major stage production a year, choosing either an Opera or Operetta.
In addition, we perform concerts at various venues in and around Guildford, taking music into the community, serving especially those people that might not be able to visit the Electric Theatre for our main production.
Guildford Opera was formed in 1971 with the aim of presenting a wide range of grand opera and operetta to Guildford audiences. Now our repertoire is extremely varied and includes musicals and concerts. Our directors and designers always ensure a production that is entertaining to watch, fun to perform and above all enjoyable. The cast is selected through open auditions, and frequently includes rising stars of the London professional opera scene, and young singers straight out of music college. We rehearse at Merrow Methodist Church Hall, Bushey Hill Drive, Merrow, every Wednesday evening from 7.30 p.m. to 10.00 p.m. Our productions require non-performing members to help with set design, backstage crew, scenery painting, and administration such as publicity. If you join us, you can enjoy a new social life with a series of events varied enough to appeal to every taste, ranging from theatre visits to dinner parties. Why not have a chat with our Membership Secretary memgoc@guildfordopera.com or Secretary at secretary@guildfordopera.com

Guildburys Theatre Company

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Guildburys are renowned for bringing innovative and exciting shows to The Electric Theatre
Guildbury Theatre Company have been performing in the Guildford area since 1963 and produce high quality shows across broad spectrum of genres. We have a membership of around 100 who range in age from 12 - 80. We always welcome new members, be they actors, back-stagers or those who just want to have social fun with a friendly group of enthusiasts.
Applications are welcome from anyone who wishes to join us. Whether you are an 'old pro' or want to walk the boards for the first time, if you want to get involved or simply enjoy the theatre and enjoy socialising please contact us. All ages and levels of experience are welcome at our auditions and no preference to existing members is given, we cast the best person for the role.
If you wish to help out backstage making costumes, designing scenery, lights or sound then do also call us - we would love to hear from you. We are a fun group with a lively social scene off stage, give us a call and get involved. Contact us for more details and membership.
Contact via guildburysmembership@gmail.com

Guildford College Performing Arts

Guildford College Performing Arts

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Lights, camera, action – if you’re looking for a career in performing arts, our courses can help you hit the right note. Do you see your career on the stage or in front of the camera? Either way, this industry can be tough to break into - you’ll need talent, energy and loads of ambition to be successful.

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Guildford Youth Theatre


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The Guildford Youth Theatre is open to young people who are passionate about performing and wish to be part of an exciting company of young actors staging some of the greatest musicals ever written. Previous experience is not necessary, but commitment and a love of performing are essential.
The Guildford Youth Theatre gives young performers the opportunity to work with a professional creative team in a professional theatre. Professional scenery and costumes will be hired in for the week of public performances and a highly skilled technical team will ensure that our talented young performers not only experience a professional theatrical environment, but that they also create shows of the highest calibre.
Contact: To enrol email enquiries@guildfordyouththeatre.co.uk

Harlequin Youth Theatre

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The Harlequin has a vibrant youth theatre with 80 members aged between 8 to 16 years. Members of each group perform at the end of each term on the main stage at The Harlequin Theatre. The Senior Group also perform at other venues throughout Surrey and in regional youth drama festivals.
Juniors: Mondays 5pm - 6.30pm for 8 - 12 years
Seniors: Thursdays 5pm - 7pm for 13 - 16 years
Weekly workshops and productions at the end of each term offer young actors, directors and technicians the opportunity to work with professional theatre practitioners as well as having lots of fun. Visit www.harlequintheatre.co.uk for more info or call the Box Office on 01737 276500.
Contact via our website or social media

Haslemere Thespians (The)

Haslemere Thespians

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Need some further info. or are interested in joining?
Please contact us via our website or social mediaFor the Committee and child matroning its committee@haslemerethespians.com

Hatton Musical Theatre Society

Hatton Musical Theatre Society

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Interested in joining us, or want further information please contact us secretary@hattonmusicaltheatre.co.uk

Herald Players (The)



Amateur theatre at its best in Guildford producing plays in pubs, open air & local theatres

Hidden Gems Youth Theatre


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Hidden Gems New Malden, Blagdon Rd, New Malden, Greater London KT3 4AF
Hidden Gems Croydon, Old Farleigh Rd, South Croydon CR2 8YB

We offer performing arts classes for 3 to 16-year-olds aiming to create, produce and love a happy, healthy hobby! At the end of each term we aim to produce a show for everyones enjoyment!
Founder Gemma says:
"I love what I do and want to encourage others to do something just 'for the love of it'!"
Please note spaces are limited so book now to reserve your place, just let us know the age of your child and your location. And remember, the first class is half price!
Contact: hiddengemsyouththeatre@live.com

HMOS - Hinchley Manor Operatic Society

HMOS - Hinchley Manor Operatic Society

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If you are interested in joining us either on stage, or as a valuable behind the stage helper, please get in touch with us.
We rehearse on Monday evenings in Surbiton, Surrey, with additional principal rehearsals on Friday evenings and a few rehearsals for everyone on Sundays close to the show.
The rehearsal address for Monday and Friday rehearsals is ...
Surbiton Hill Methodist Church. 39 Ewell Road, Surbiton, Surrey KT6 6AF
The hall is down the left hand side of the church. Ring the buzzer if the door is closed.
Box Office via website

Hollyfield Drama Department



The Hollyfield School, Surbiton Hill Road, Surbiton, KT6 4TU

Hollyfield School's Drama Department and the home of Ilex Theatre

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Horsell Amateur Dramatic Society


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Horsell, Woking

HADS (Horsell Amateur Dramatic Society) is the oldest drama group in the area, having been formed in 1922. Our purpose is to put on plays and similar forms of theatre for the public's entertainment.
Twice a year we put on full-length plays at the Rhoda McGaw Theatre in Woking, as well as entering the Festival of one-act plays run by the Woking Drama Association at the same venue.
In addition, we put on several performances in our parish hall in Horsell, a village close to Woking centre. As well as these productions, we hold social events for all members and friends who are invited to join us either as actors, backstage crew or audience.
We are always happy to welcome new people of any age, ability or interest.
In the first instance, please contactus@horsellads.com us with your name, telephone number and email address and we will get in touch with you to have a chat about the society and where your interest lies.

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