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Honiton Youth Drama
Devised Drama for 11-18 year-olds
Gender: Male & Female
Age range: 11-18 years
Day: Thursdays in term time
Time: 4 - 6.30
Venue: The Beehive Community & Arts Centre,
Dowell Street, Honiton EX14 1LZ
Contact: Martin Paine
Phone: 07519 732800
Honiton Community Theatre (formally: Honiton Pantomime Soc)
The Society produces one pantomime in January/February each year at Honiton Community College. Open to anyone over 9 years of age. Open night in June for all those who want to join or apply to audition should they want a part. We also need people who can sew, make props, help backstage and who are good at fundraising.
Costumes are also available for hire.
Contact: Kyle Bonetta-Martin
Stagecoach Theatre Honiton Community College
2:30 to 5:30 Saturday afternoon
General Website: www.stagecoach.co.uk
Honiton Players meet twice weekly, amateur dramatics, No age limit, play readings as required, acting, scenery making, scenery painting, poster design, stage make-up, costume design and manufacture, meet Mondays at St Pauls Church
Juniors 9 to13 yrs Meetings in the Crypt St Pauls Church Friday 1800 hrs to19:30 hrs starting 7th Sept 2012.
Youth Group 13 to 16 yrs Meeting in the Crypt St Pauls Church Sundays 1800 hrs to 2000 hrs starting Sunday 9th Sept 2012
Cost for both groups is £5 membership fee and £1:50 per session.
Places are limited. For more information call
Sheila WallTelephone: Sheila Wall on 01404 42685
South West Airfields Heritage Trust Enactment
Theatre classes and workshops for children aged 4-11 years
Gender: Male & Female
Age range: 4-11 years
Time: 10:00-11:15 & 11:30-1:00
Venue: Beehive Centre, Dowell Street, Honiton, EX14 1LZ
Contact: Vicki Holwill
The Tale Valley Community Theatre
Tale Valley Community Theatre (TVCT) was formed following a request from Alf Boom, at that time a member of the Payhembury Parish Hall Committee, to John Somers to make to make a dramatic event to celebrate the turn of the millennium. The result was Parson Terry’s Dinner and other stories. A steady stream of original work has followed, each involving between seventy three and two-hundred and thirty five people to date.
For contact information and details of next production see website