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Bourton Panto Group is based in Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire. We are an amateur dramatics society who produce an annual pantomime and a summer show. Bourton Panto Group was founded in 1979 by the group's chairman Richard Mooney who, having been involved with many school productions, decided it was time to use his creative writing flair to produce a village panto. In 1983 it was decided that one production a year was not enough, and a summer production was introduced. All our performances are held at the Victoria Hall in…
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New members welcome. Contact Jane Gadsby on 01386 841504 for further details.
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Cirencester Operatic Society (COS) has been producing quality shows since 1952. Two fully staged shows are produced each year, with talented performers and a top-class orchestra. The shows are staged in The Barn Theatre (formerly known as the Phoenix Centre) in Beeches Road, Cirencester. The society is always eager to welcome new members on and off stage. We hold auditions for all the principal roles of a show and for new chorus members. For more information about the society, email cirencesteroperaticsociety@hotmail.co.uk or visit the website at www.cirencesteroperaticsociety.co.uk
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Established in 1990, the Cotswold Arcadians is a theatre group that stages a large-scale Shakespearean production in the Cotswolds each year.  The 2015 production is Richard III, which will be staged at Hatherop Castle School, near Cirencester, from Monday, July 20, to Saturday, July 25. Visit the Arcadians' website at www.arcadians.org for more information.
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MJ-UK Music and Arts is a production company that runs voluntary youth and community projects alongside professionals. The Cirencester-based project, run by renowned opera singer Maria Jagusz, has made a name for itself by putting together musical productions over two weeks in August, with performances at the Bingham Hall. MJ-UK's aim is to produce musicals, operas and concerts to very high standards, giving students and young adults the opportunity to learn new roles and repertoire and to gain invaluable experience in performing. Maria specialises in coaching youngsters hoping…
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The society was formed in 1952 from an existing WI group and its first production was a comedy, Fiddlers’ Elbow.  Since then, at least two full-length plays have been presented each year at the Nailsworth Town Hall. One-act plays have also been entered into drama festivals across Gloucestershire with considerable success. We also boast a travelling variety group, The Strollers, who perform at the request of various organisations. For more information, visit the website at www.nailsworthdramaticsociety.com
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South Cerney Players are a well established amateur dramatics society based in one of the largest villages in the Gloucestershire. The Players produce two main productions every year in South Cerney Village Hall with talent largely drawn from the village. The aim is to deliver high quality productions - including thrillers, comedies, farces and pantomimes - in a village context and to provide value-for-money entertainment.  The Players are always looking for new members, whether people are interested in set building, acting, painting, producing or directing. As well as…
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The Cotswold Players gave their first performance in Amberley in 1911 and in the early years they toured their plays to the villages around Stroud, setting up stage at schools and village halls. In the early 1920s, John Masefield (later Poet Laureate) was very active with the Players as playwright, co-producer and later as president.  Theatrical history was made in 1922 when The Cotswold Players became the first actors to take a play to one of HM Prisons, when they presented Jerome K Jerome's The Passing of…
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Bourton Panto Group is based in Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire. We are an amateur dramatics society who produce an annual pantomime and a summer show. Bourton Panto Group was founded in 1979 by the group's chairman Richard Mooney who, having been involved with many school productions, decided it was time to use his creative writing flair to produce a village panto. In 1983 it was decided that one production a year was not enough, and a summer production was introduced. All our performances are held at the Victoria Hall in…
New members welcome. Contact Jane Gadsby on 01386 841504 for further details.
Cirencester Operatic Society (COS) has been producing quality shows since 1952. Two fully staged shows are produced each year, with talented performers and a top-class orchestra. The shows are staged in The Barn Theatre (formerly known as the Phoenix Centre) in Beeches Road, Cirencester. The society is always eager to welcome new members on and off stage. We hold auditions for all the principal roles of a show and for new chorus members. For more information about the society, email cirencesteroperaticsociety@hotmail.co.uk or visit the website at www.cirencesteroperaticsociety.co.uk
Established in 1990, the Cotswold Arcadians is a theatre group that stages a large-scale Shakespearean production in the Cotswolds each year.  The 2015 production is Richard III, which will be staged at Hatherop Castle School, near Cirencester, from Monday, July 20, to Saturday, July 25. Visit the Arcadians' website at www.arcadians.org for more information.
MJ-UK Music and Arts is a production company that runs voluntary youth and community projects alongside professionals. The Cirencester-based project, run by renowned opera singer Maria Jagusz, has made a name for itself by putting together musical productions over two weeks in August, with performances at the Bingham Hall. MJ-UK's aim is to produce musicals, operas and concerts to very high standards, giving students and young adults the opportunity to learn new roles and repertoire and to gain invaluable experience in performing. Maria specialises in coaching youngsters hoping…
The society was formed in 1952 from an existing WI group and its first production was a comedy, Fiddlers’ Elbow.  Since then, at least two full-length plays have been presented each year at the Nailsworth Town Hall. One-act plays have also been entered into drama festivals across Gloucestershire with considerable success. We also boast a travelling variety group, The Strollers, who perform at the request of various organisations. For more information, visit the website at www.nailsworthdramaticsociety.com
South Cerney Players are a well established amateur dramatics society based in one of the largest villages in the Gloucestershire. The Players produce two main productions every year in South Cerney Village Hall with talent largely drawn from the village. The aim is to deliver high quality productions - including thrillers, comedies, farces and pantomimes - in a village context and to provide value-for-money entertainment.  The Players are always looking for new members, whether people are interested in set building, acting, painting, producing or directing. As well as…
The Cotswold Players gave their first performance in Amberley in 1911 and in the early years they toured their plays to the villages around Stroud, setting up stage at schools and village halls. In the early 1920s, John Masefield (later Poet Laureate) was very active with the Players as playwright, co-producer and later as president.  Theatrical history was made in 1922 when The Cotswold Players became the first actors to take a play to one of HM Prisons, when they presented Jerome K Jerome's The Passing of…
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