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    Actors Centre

    (Home of the Tristan Bates Theatre)
    1a Tower StreetLondonWC2H 9NP
    Centre providing a place for professional actors to maintain and develop their skills through classes in acting and other topics relating to drama, and a meeting place where actors can exchange ideas, information and mutual support. Most classes are open to Members of the Centre…
    020 7240 3940 Fax: 020 7240 3896

    Bengali Parent and Tenants Association

    45LangdaleStanhope StreetLondonNW1 3RA
    Runs Bengali mother tongue and Quranic Arabic classes as well as maths, science and English supplementary school classes open to all the children on the Regents Park Estate. Runs community drama classes in association with Rhythm Arts. Celebrates religious festivals, and can provide religious information…
    020 7383 4793 07985 152211

    Comedy School (The)

    15 Gloucester GateLondonNW1 4HG
    Creates educational projects and training using drama, theatre and comedy. Works with disadvantaged groups including offenders and ex-offenders and with young people at risk of offending as well as in schools and other settings. Training workshops in comedy, ranging from one day to eight weeks…
    020 7486 1844

    Dramarama

    22 Ashurst RoadLondonN12 9AX
    Term-time drama and dance classes and holiday drama and dance courses for children aged 3-14 years. Half-term and holiday classes in groups for ages 3-4 (Dramatots), 5-6 (stage 1 drama), 7-11 (musical theatre and street dance/hip hop dance), 11-14 (advanced acting). All holiday courses for…
    020 8446 0891 07973 743261 (Daytime mobile)

    Friends of The Drama

    (Also known as Hampstead Players. Includes the Hampstead Players Youth Theatre)
    Hampstead Parish ChurchChurch RowLondonNW3 6UU
    Amateur drama group who mount a major production in the Church each autumn. Also stage smaller productions, informal play readings, poetry readings and occasional workshops. The Youth Theatre put on productions and hold monthly workshops, open to members and non-members.
    020 7794 5808

    Genna Ethiopian Art and Theatre

    Flat 74Rosebery Square EastRosebery AvenueLondonEC1R 4PT
    Organises workshops and activities in drama, film, music, visual art, mime and Amharic literature for all age groups.
    020 7504 5950 07552 462134

    London Irish Theatre

    50-52, Camden SquareLondonNW1 9XB
    07981 851554

    Musical Flying Squad

    (Also known as Jellicoe-Neville Performing Arts and Artsxchange)
    27 Goldington StreetNW1 1UE
    Professional performance group involving local people in dramatisations of local history.
    020 7387 4942

    North London Actors

    242b Finchley RoadLondonNW3 6DJ
    Script-in-hand semi-staged play readings. Usually one four-hour rehearsal on the Sunday before the performance. For actors, would-be actors, directors, writers and anyone interested in seeing rarely performed plays.
    020 7431 2804

    Pan Intercultural Arts

    (Also known as Pan)
    32O'Donnell CourtBrunswick SquareLondonWC1N 1NX
    Pan Intercultural Arts aims to change the lives of vulnerable young people through creative arts workshops in the Camden area. Pan supports victims of trafficking, refugees, young people on the fringes of crime and those who are marginalised. Pan aims to enable participants to develop…
    020 7833 2111 Fax: 020 7833 2909
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