Since 1977 the Churchill Theatre in Bromley has been one of the South East’s leading live entertainment venues, welcoming over 150,000 customers through its doors every year. The theatre’s comfortable auditorium seats up to 781, is fully air-conditioned and the modern facilities include several bars, refreshment kiosks and spacious foyers.
NODA is the national body that represents amateur theatre. Any amateur theatre society can become a member of NODA. NODA was founded in 1899, “to protect and advance the interests of operatic and dramatic art, and of societies engaged therein”. Our membership continues with over 2,000 society members and over 1,000 individual enthusiasts staging musicals, operas, plays, concerts and pantomimes in venues ranging from the country’s leading professional theatres to village halls.
Amdram.co.uk is not part of an large company, it is not run by a “team of experts”, it is run by one person, me, in my spare time. The site’s primary intention is to promote amateur theatre – it is not run as a profit making organsation. I sell advertising space to relevant organisations, I have a couple of affiliate schemes and I use Google Ads to raise money to cover costs. You can also donate a one off payment to support amdram.co.uk by using the donate button on the left.
The Tower Theatre Company is now based at its new building in Stoke Newington. The office address is The Tower Theatre Company 16 Northwold Road, Stoke Newington London N16 7HR. Opening hours are Monday - Friday 10.00 - 6.00 (except for public holidays). You can get in touch with us in any of the following ways ...
- Admin - 020 7353 5700
- Box Office - 020 7353 1700
- Text Messages - 07948 276043
If you’re looking to start off your career as an actor, or you have been working as one for quite some time, but are now out of auditions, drama clubs in London list will be of use to you.
Eltham Little Theatre (now The Bob Hope Theatre) was formed on 12th November 1943 to promote drama, music and allied arts in Eltham and its immediate vicinity.
The Little Theatre Guild is the umbrella organisation to co-ordinate the development of independent amateur theatres across the UK and beyond. The LTG as it is known, is a vibrant community of over 100 member theatres which has been in existence since 1946. Membership of the LTG is open to amateur theatres that own or lease the theatres in which their productions are staged. Networking opportunities through regional and national conferences together with regular newsletters ensure strong communication on a host of topics. If you are part of a community theatre please browse the website to find out more about the LTG and how you can benefit from being a member.
You can also get more information from our Secretary by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Gravesend and District Theatre Guild was formed in 1948 when the various small amateur drama groups in the area formed a central body for support and mutual benefit. In doing so, bringing the best talent and raising the standard of productions. After many years without a home, the Theatre Guild opened the Guild Theatre at Vale Road in 1991. The Theatre Guild features performers from our own direct membership at that of four affiliated societies from the area. We became a registered charity in 2006. It is our aim to establish a thriving community theatre available to amateur and touring professionals companies and a venue suitable for drama, dance, film, and exhibitions...