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Children aged 7 to 16 from the well known Bath Theatre School have been putting in some extra rehearsal time to prepare for a very special performance, which saw them visit a professional recording studio in aid of Children in Need. Students performed and recorded their theatre school anthem ‘Sing Out’ which was written by the one of the School’s owners and Singing Director Adrian Millard.
One question we don’t ask ourselves enough is why do we do amateur theatre? We probably don’t give the same main answer each time. Recently I appeared in Spider’s Web with a group new to me and my main motivation for joining that group was to meet new people. But why did I do that rather than join a social club or just pop down the pub?
World AIDS Day falls on 1 December each year.
I’m sure everyone by now is aware of the change of UK television channels from analogue to digital? What you may not be aware of is that radio/wireless microphone systems for use in UK Theatres and other places such as Council Chambers, Churches, Colleges and Schools etc. are also changing.
See this play with amdram.co.uk and Theatre Breaks.
Norwich-based company Spooky Kid Productions are all about new stuff.
How do you plan your next season or production? If you’re lucky enough to be a large group performing several productions a year or a smaller group with just one or two productions a year, what do you take into consideration? Do you have a play reading committee or do potential directors submit plays they would like to direct? Or is it a discussion between every member of the group in the pub after rehearsals? Or is it a mixture between all of the above? And what is the best way of deciding? Do you consider what your potential audience might pay to see, or is the strengths of your potential cast more important? Do you support new writing or do you stick to the old favourites?