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Acquire

Acquire
www.acquire.org.uk

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Glasgow

Acquire is a creative choral ensemble based in Glasgow, enjoying musical theatre singing in concerts and Sing-Throughs.

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Citizens Theatre

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Citizens Theatre, 119 Gorbals Street, Glasgow, G5 9DS

Production info: https://uk.patronbase.com/_Citz/Productions

Eastwood Entertainers

Glasgow, East Renfrewshire

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Ecole Enterprise (Theatre Ecole)

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Glasgow

École Enterprise was founded 3 years ago becoming a Social Enterprise Business, after being a drama group in the Gorbals for 11 years. École has produced numerous plays over the years including Musicals, Pantomimes, Winter Musicals and Heritage Plays. École Enterprise has successfully worked in partnership with various organisations around Glasgow such as South Heritage and Environment Trust, TRAM Direct, Glasgow Life, Glasgow City Council, Oatlands Community and Resource Centre and other various community groups with its Issues based drama workshops.
Many of Theatre École’s youngsters have gained professional work through the group’s activities with professional groups such as TRAM Direct, BBC and others.
École Enterprise is a Social Enterprise Business and has Scottish Charitable Status. The management of the organisation is conducted through a Board of Directors, a General Manager and Administrator. We also have a young board of directors whose responsibility is representing the views of the young board members. We are funded by the Integration Fund managed by Glasgow City Council. Volunteers are always made welcome. École Enterprise is an equal opportunities employer.
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Eros Musical Society

Eros Musical Society
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Giffnock

We are an Amateur Dramatics Society based in Giffnock, in the south side of Glasgow. Our first show was staged in Clarkston halls in 1965, we now perform our shows in Eastwood Park Theatre and have continued to entertain audiences in the Eastwood area for the last 43 years......
Since our first production of the Merry Widow, we have done many shows over the years including such favourites as Guys and Dolls, Hello Dolly, My Fair Lady, Copacabana, and many, many more including reviews and concerty party performances.
For further information on tickets, or if you would like to come along to rehearsals or join our club then please feel free to contact us on the numbers listed below or, alternatively, send us an email and we will respond as soon as possible.
For enquiries relating to new members for an upcoming show, please email or phone LYNSAY DICKOV from the details below. We look forward to heing from you soon
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Filmg

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FilmG is Scotland’s national Gaelic film competition.
After five successful years, FilmG is now established as one of the country’s best platforms for getting Gaelic language films and talent showcased.
The competition runs annually between August to January with two different categories; one for young people aged between 12 - 17 and one for adults. Entry requirements stipulate that each film must be in Scottish Gaelic and between 3 - 5 minutes including credits and titles. We have a team of talented people available to help you and equipment to hire for free.
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Email fios@filmg.co.uk

Giffnock Players

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Glasgow

Glasgow’s Leading South Side Theatre Company Since 1949
269 Fenwick Road, G46 6JX Giffnock
Email giffnocktheatreplayers@virginmedia.com

GLASGOW AMATEUR FLUTE ENSEMBLE

Lorne Street Primary School, Glasgow

Conductor: Aisling Agnew
Chairman: Robert Murray
Contact glasgowamfluteensemble@hotmail.co.uk

Rehearsal : Friday Evenings 7.15 p.m.- 9. 15 p.m. in Lorne Street Primary School, Glasgow, learners class same evening 6.30 p.m. to 7.15 p.m.
Age range: all ages
Standard: any level or grade;

Cost: Full member £2.50 per week , music, tuition, flute, are free , juniors and learners free.
Instruments used: piccolo, treble G flute, concert flutes, alto, bass, Contralto, Contrabass, full range of percussion

Performances: Concerts, Competitions, including charity and other events.

Glasgow Light Opera Club - GLOC

Glasgow Light Opera Club - GLOC
www.glasgowlightoperaclub.co.uk

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Glasgow

Glasgow Light Opera Club (GLOC) is an amateur musical theatre club based in Glasgow.
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Glasgow Music Theatre

Glasgow Music Theatre

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Glasgow

For news about forthcoming productions and auditions, please join our mailing list on our www.glasgowmusictheatre.co.uk You can also follow us on Twitter. For information about classes and dance parties run at our partner dance school, visit www.danceglasgow.com/

Jazz Hands Glasgow Productions

Jazz Hands Glasgow Productions
www.jazzhandsglasgow.co.uk

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Clyde Community Hall, 41 Whitefield Rd, Glasgow

We are here to promote the best of Scottish Dance, Drama & Music and to help build an online community to show the best of Scotland's talent.
Monday Nights 7pm-9pm
For more information please email info@jazzhandsglasgow.co.uk or info@jazzhandsscotland.co.uk

Lourdes Theatre Group

Lourdes Theatre Group
www.lourdestheatregroup.co.uk

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St Bernadette's Hall, Lourdes Avenue, Cardonald, Glasgow

In 2006 Des McLean founded Lourdes Theatre Group as part of Lourdes Church' Centenary Celebrations. The first production, The Wizard of Oz was a resounding success for the parish and the team and from then on have successfully continued to grow in cast and crew to enhance our productions.
Contact: lourdestheatregroup@hotmail.co.uk

Mosspark Drama Group

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Glasgow

We are a fair-sized, amateur drama group based in the heart of Mosspark. We have a mix of members and are always looking for fresh talent - come along!

Pantheon Theatre Company

Pantheon Theatre Company

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Glasgow

Producing, performing & promoting the arts, through musicals, comedies & drama, in & around Glasgow & the West of Scotland (and a little further) since 1926.
Contact: info@pantheontheatre.co.uk

Royal Conservatoire of Scotland

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Glasgow

Scotland's National Conservatoire. We deliver expert training in Music, Drama, Dance, Production and Screen.

Sweet for Addicts

Glasgow

Sweet For Addicts is an organisation involving people whose lives have been touched by addiction and have used the arts as a cathartic therapy. The people who perform with Sweet For Addicts have connection with addiction through themselves, a loved one, friend, acquaintance or a family member. They could have connections through knowing these people or be addicts themselves but the most important part of the organisation is that the Arts are seen as part of their recovery. That recovery allows them to participate in an activity designed to examine the humanity of man whilst enjoying the company of people who have similar stories to tell and hopes to share.
Getting Involved
We welcome people from all backgrounds and no experience is necessary.
We do not hold auditions, so if you want to be involved, and you can commit to attending rehearsals, we'd love to hear from you.
We always need people that can help out with the stage, set and props, so if (at first!) you don't want to be on stage, backstage help is always needed and appreciated!
We aim to enjoy ourselves, stretch ourselves and put on the best shows we can - if that sounds good contact us via our website

The Lyric Club

The Lyric Club

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Glasgow

The Lyric Club is an amateur club based in Glasgow whose members range from 16 years onwards.
The Club stages musicals - usually one per year in The Kings Theatre/Theatre Royal in Glasgow
Minimum age is 16 years of age by first night of show.
Rehearsals are on Monday nights (7.30 - 10pm) and on some Sunday afternoons from 2.30pm
Rehearsals are held in 59 Burnbank Terrace, Glasgow G20 6UQ. Sunday rehearsals are in the United Reform Church, 111 Moss-side Road, Glasgow G41 3TP
Our Noda region is Scotland
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The Minerva Club


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The Minerva Clubrooms, 59 Burnbank Terrace, Glasgow, G20 6UQ

The Minerva Club performed their first show in Glasgow in 1927 and are one of the few amateur clubs in Glasgow to own their own premises. We are a warm, friendly club and are always happy to welcome new members. The Club rehearses in the West End of Glasgow every Wednesday and have annual performances each November.
Contact: Membership enquiries: clubsecretary@theminervaclub.com,
Tickets: tickets@theminervaclub.com,
All other enquiries: generalsecretary@theminervaclub.com

The Wee Theatre Company

The Wee Theatre Company
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areas of interest Perth, Western Isles and Glasgow

Exploring the past, present and future of Scotland. We uncover the archives of our history through theatre to reveal stories untold.

Contact: thewee.theatreco@gmail.com or via our website or social media

Theatre Guild

Glasgow

Today Theatre Guild stands as one of the most highly respected musical theatre companies in Glasgow. We are an adult club offering full membership to those aged 16 or over - but we do need child performers from time to time. While never financially 'well off' the club continues to maintain an incredibly high production standard by reinvesting any surplus cash into the following production - we even manage to make charitable donations on a regular basis! The current constitution was expertly written by Wilson Paterson in 1997 and provides guidance for the committee and membership. We have a reputation as a friendly club free of favouritism and 'cliques' with a VERY active social life! We owe our continued success to our members and committee who together strive to ensure that Theatre Guild Glasgow will continue to provide first class entertainment to our patrons.
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Theatre South Productions

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Glasgow

Over the years, the club have staged everything from classics of the Broadway canon and cult rock operas, to musical versions of Adam Sandler films.
They’ve garnered praise from industry giants, enjoyed prime-time television coverage, raised thousands of pounds for charity, wowed audiences on stage and also formed fast friendships and true romance off it.
It’s a far cry from the club’s founding in 1993 by Jacqueline and Alastair Runciman in reaction to the “committee culture” of Glasgow groups at the time. The husband and wife team were tired of the formal nature of am-dram clubs in the west of Scotland and wanted to create one run by the members, with a strong emphasis on the social side of things.
Alastair said: “When we started TSP, it was with the belief that Glasgow needed an amateur group that was passionate about putting on professional-standard musicals but that understood enjoyment and having a fun time together off stage was just as important.
“We wanted a club with no place for ‘committee politics’ so prevalent in other groups and we’re so proud that, 21 years on, that ethos doesn’t just live on but thrives.”
We usually rehearse on Wednesday and Sunday evenings in the south-side of Glasgow, and although not all cast are required to every rehearsal, you will generally need to be available on these evenings.
Rehearsals take place at the Clarkston Scout Hall, 21 Aidans Brae, Clarkston, Glasgow, G76 7AP
Box Office: tsptickets@hotmail.co.uk

Tram Direct Theatre Company

Tram Direct Theatre Company
www.tramdirect.com

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18 Nethervale Avenue Glasgow G44 3XS

TRAM Direct has been in existence since 1994.
The company is involved in all aspects of performance theatre including: Youth Theatre; Theatre in Education; New Writing; Promenade Productions; Heritage Issues; and Community Performances. We also offer: Event Management; Festivals; Gala Days; Corporate Events; Training Packages and Workshops.
Please contact us to discuss any arts related projects you feel we can assist with.
email: manager@tramdirect.com

Yorkhill Theatre Group

Yorkhill Theatre Group
www.Yorkhilltheatre.com

Glasgow

The ethos of Yorkhill Group is to present dramatic works which deal with contemporary social issues but in a light-hearted way.
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