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Avonside Players performing Samaritans in last years Open House performance.Avonside Players is an active and friendly group that produce two productions each year in March/April and November and perform in the Wesley Hall, Stratford-upon-Avon.
Caramba performing The Miller's Tale in last year's Open House performance.Caramba came together in 2002 after a bet was made that someone wouldn't shout 'Ay caramba!' in the middle of the play. Of casue he did and so Caramba became their name.
Consensus performring an extract from School for Scandal in last year's performance of Open House.Consensus aims to bring actors and singers together to perform works combining drama with high quality operatic music to engage a wider audience, whilst at the same time raising money for worthy charitable causes.
Gilbert and Sullivan Society performing an extract from Pirates of Penzance in last year's performance of Open HouseThe G&S provide opportunities to the people of the area to see Gilbert and Sullivan operas performed in both traditional and innovative ways.
In2Theatre performing an edited version of The Tempest in last year's performance of Open House.In2Theatre offers weekly workshops to adults with physical and learning disabilities in theatre, dance and creative movement.
Off the Shelf performing Radio Times in last year's Open House performance.Off the Shelf formed in 2009, performing programmes that are, literally, off the shelf. Over £1000 has been raised by Off the Shelf for local charities including the Shakespeare Hospice.
The Phoenix Players performing If I were not in pantomime… at last year's performance of Open House.The Phoenix Players started in 1945, the company's shows range from classics to comedies, taking in light musicals along the way.
Rogues and Vagabonds performing Divided Lives at last year's performance of Open House.Rogues and Vagabonds are a young company that began in 2004 with a production of Les Misérables School Edition, new work and several concerts.
Second Thoughts performing Much Ado About Nothing, Act IV, Scene i in last years's performance of Open House.Second Thoughts are a community-based drama group known for its friendly and open spirit and have been performing a diverse mix of shows for more than 25 years.
The Shakespeare Institute Players were founded in 1953, when they performed the first recorded production in their history, A Yorkshire Tragedy.
Stratford Musical Theatre Company (SMTC) is an award winning group which has wowing its audience with well-loved musicals and spellbinding choir concerts for some 90 years.
Trinity Players performing the Holy Trinity Play of St George in last year's performance of Open House.Trinity Players was founded to offer drama as part of worship, particularly on festal occasions, as well as for entertainment. They are determined to highlight the varied talents of a large and active congregation.
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