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  • www.newcastleplayers.org.uk

    Newcastle Players is an amateur dramatic group based in North Staffordshire. We perform two plays a year at the Mitchell Memorial Theatre in Stoke-on-Trent. We're always on the lookout for new members; so if you're tired of the TV, you've given up on the gym, or had enough of the same old hobbies, then come and join us! No matter what your experience Newcastle Players encourages you to get involved with our company. If you have an interest in live theatre or are simply curious about what we do then there are plenty of opportunities for everyone to experience being part of a dynamic and creative team.

    Number of Visits:339
  • www.staffordplayers.co.uk

    The Stafford Players are an amateur dramatics group based in Staffordshire.

    Number of Visits:280
  • www.alsagercommunitytheatre.org.uk

    Amateur dramatics community theatre group in Alsager, near Stoke on Trent.

    Number of Visits:169
  • www.endondramaticsociety.wix.com/endondramaticsociety

    We are a small and friendly society based in Endon, Stoke-on-Trent and usually perform two plays each year at Endon Village Hall. We are always looking for new members of all ages for acting, backstage and front of house roles. Why not get in touch you will be sure of a warm welcome.

    Number of Visits:155
  • www.stokerep.info

    Description: Small Beginnings The Rep company dates back to 1920, when a group of young people interested in amateur theatre came together to put on a play to raise money for charity. They hired the Empire Theatre in Longton and the production took place as a matinee performance in February 1921. By 1923 they had begun to call themselves The Stoke-on-Trent Repertory Players. Over the next few years they put on productions in several different venues which included the Theatre Royal in Hanley and the King’s Hall in Stoke. A Theatre of Their Own The dearest wish among our pioneering members in the 1920s was to find a home of their own. In 1929 they were able to rent a large room on the top floor of Webberley’s Bookshop in Hanley where they set up “The Studio”, with seating for an audience of 100. The facilities were limited, the stage makeshift, but they stayed for three years. Subsequently a golden opportunity arose in 1933 when they took out a lease on the church hall for the parish of St. Jude in Beresford Street, Shelton. Initially the agreement was for three years; The Rep bought the property outright in the early 70s; and the company remained at this venue until the autumn of 1997. A New Dawn In the early 1990s The Repertory Players began to search for yet another home. The site favoured by many members was the building where it had all begun way back in 1921, The Empire Theatre in Longton. Sadly, plans to purchase this wonderful period property came to an end when the theatre was destroyed by fire on New Year’s Eve 1992. This resulted in the idea to have a new, purpose-built theatre. In November 1997, The Rep was proud to open a brand, new 235 seat theatre in Leek Road, Stoke-on-Trent. The theatre was built with the help of the Arts Council, a National Lottery grant, the support of the City Council, funds raised by the membership and the generous sponsorship of local companies. The Rep Today Ninety years on The Rep is still thriving. We have a current membership of approximately 125 volunteers and we offer our patrons an annual season of six plays, occasional studio productions and an annual production by our youth company, The Young Rep.

    Number of Visits:145
  • secgatheatrecompany.vpweb.co.uk

    Secga Theatre is an amateur theatre group in Tettenhall, Wolverhampton.

    Number of Visits:127
  • biddulphplayers.blogspot.com

    Biddulph Players was formed in 1949 by John Ashton. We now perform at Knypersley First School and put on 2 plays a year, mostly comedies. New members are always welcome, for acting or front/back of stage help. Please contact Gary on 01782 258141 for further details.

    Number of Visits:93
  • www.leekoperatics.org.uk

    All Saints Operatic Society's Website, we perform one musical each year in April. Based in Leek, Staffordshire

    Number of Visits:83