|AWAOS Home Page
|Alderley and Wilmslow Amateur Opera Society
|This is a community driven web site offering news, views, useful information, and discussion on the things that matter to those that live, work and socialise in Alderley Edge.
|The Altrincham Garrick
|Amateur Dramatic Society based in Altrincham, Cheshire
|Altrincham Little Theatre
|Formerly Altrincham Club Theatre, an Amateur Dramatic Society based on Oxford Road, Altrincham, Cheshire
|Amateur Stage, the only national monthly magazine for amateur and community theatre
|Over 100 pages of listings, news, and information totally devoted to
the amateur theatre in the UK
|The Buxton Festival Fringe
|Situated amongst some of the most spectacular scenery in Britain the
historic spa town of Buxton every year celebrates a feast of music, theatre,
film, poetry, dance and a myriad other artistic pursuits
|Calverton Youth Theatre is a youth theatre group based in Calverton
village, Nottinghamshire, England. We cater for all 6-16 year olds in Nottinghamshire.
|CHADS are an Amateur Dramatics Society situated in the centre of Cheadle Hulme.
|Players Dramatic Society is an amateur dramatic society established in 1923 in Cheadle Hulme, south of Manchester, UK.
|Chicken Shed believes that any young person who wants to perform has
the ability and the right to do so and that, given a stimulating environment,
they can prove it.
|The Complete Works
|The Web's first edition of the Complete Works of William Shakespeare.
|Cressrelles Drama Catalogues
|An extensive range of scripts dating back to the beginning of the twentieth century, covering all types of theatre, from youth to mixed casts, sketches to pantomimes .
|On-Line Information for Amateur Dramatic Groups
|Droylsden Little Theatre
|Amateur theatre based in Droylsden.
|Edinburgh Festival Fringe
|The Largest Arts Festival In The World!
|Shakespeare's Globe was founded by Sam Wanamaker and is dedicated to the experience and international understanding of Shakespeare in performance.
|Greater Manchester Drama Federation
|One of the leading associations representing amateur theatre in the North West of England.
|Heald Green Theatre Company
|Heald Green are an Amateur Dramatics Society who are based at a site near Gatley Golf Club.
|Interludes Hotel, Scarborough
|This friendly 5-bedroom hotel in Scarborough does special deals which include a night at the hotel and tickets for shows at Ayckbourn's Steven Joseph Theatre
|Lazy Bee Scripts
|A bookstore of scripts for pantomimes and plays. With one-act-plays, plays for schools and children's theatre groups and panto scripts all on line.
|The Little Theatre Guild
of Great Britain
|The Little Theatre Guild of Great Britain (LTG).
Latest LTG newsletter.
|Macclesfield Amateur Dramatic Society.
|A guide to all theatres in the Manchester area.
|Museum of Brands
|The history of consumer culture is revealed though household products and shopping basket favourites in our ‘time tunnel’, which charts a nostalgic journey from Victorian times to the present day. Discover how well-loved brands evolved through their creative use of packaging and advertising, and how we evolved with them.
|New Theatre Publications
|Over 700 plays of all types. Searchable catalogue (by cast, type, length, etc.). Free evaluation copies.
|Nick Hern Books
|One of the UK's leading specialist publisher of plays, screenplays and theatrebooks.
London Theatre Guide
|...for the fullest, most accurate information on what's on in the theatre
capital of the world
|Guide to UK events. Allows you to find local events for a given date, or range of dates.
|The Royal Exchange Theatre
|The Theatre-in-the-Round that's housed in one of the most beautiful
buildings in Manchester.
|The Royal Shakespeare
|One of the world's best-known theatre ensembles, the Royal Shakespeare Company focuses on works by Shakespeare, other renaissance dramatists and contemporary writers.
|Samuel French Ltd, London, have been publishing, selling and leasing plays for performance since 1830.
|Shakespeare, Ultimate Resource Guide
|Whether you’re searching for inspiration, working on a research
project, or just want to know what gave The Bard of Avon his incredible staying power.
|Created to celebrate and share the experiences of the people who live and work here in Cheshire
|"The Stage" - the magazine for the entertainment industry
(Green Room Juniors)
|Stephanie runs the Green Room Junior Groups. For further details, visit her website.
|Amateur Dramatic Society
|The first 24:7 Theatre Festival began in the Summer of 2004. Over seven days 17 new plays were performed in and around Manchester city centre, but not in theatres. Full information on the website about future shows.
|A "one stop" website for Wilmslow in Cheshire. Featuring
up to date restaurants and things to do as well as hotels, schools,
organisations, societies and local business in the area.
|This is a community driven web site offering news, views, useful information, and discussion on the things that matter to those that live, work and socialise in Wilmslow.
|Wilmslow Guild Players
|A local Amateur Theatre group, housed in an independent adult education centre in Wilmslow, Cheshire
|The Wilmslow Web Site
|An interesting local site with lots of information about Wilmslow and its environs.