The National Operatic and Dramatic Association (NODA) was founded in 1899 "to protect and advance the interests of Operatic and Dramatic Art, and of Societies engaged therein." It has a membership of some 2,300 amateur societies and 2,500 individual enthusiasts throughout the UK, staging musicals, operas, plays, concerts and pantomimes in a wide variety of performing venues, ranging from the country's leading professional theatres to tiny village halls. Drop in on their web site at

Welcome to Sheffield City Opera. We were formed in May 1999 and our aim is to provide high-quality musical productions, including opera, operetta and concert evenings, in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, and its region. Sheffield City Opera

Take a look at our very own photographic expert Mr. A. Cox to be found at The Ridgeway Craft Centre, Ridgeway Near Sheffield.

A Guide and information source to Sheffield and district for tourists, visitors, business and expats can be found at

For more information on Theatre and the arts in Sheffield and the surrounding areas why not drop in on This is Sheffield, Sheffield Newspapers site on the www for news about South Yorkshire region. Just point your browser to

Welcome to St Nicolas Theatre Group. We are a small group based in the parish of Kings Norton which is situated approximately 10 Km South West of Birmingham, England.

Established in 1943, Dronfield Players is an amateur dramatic group based in Dronfield,
Derbyshire. It has over 60 members and produces 3 plays a year to a total audience of over 1200 people. Use this site to find out more about us, book tickets & even get involved.

Midland Players produce shows at the University Drama Studio, Sheffield. Why not call in on their web site at :- 

To get to the amateur theatre network for details of just about everything click here :-

Derby G & S Co. can be found at :-

British Theatre Guide is just a click of your mouse away at :-

Our very own up and coming lighting and sound designer can be found at :-

' Do you want to have your own Free website? - The Beehive Community Network offers all community groups and the whole of the non-profit sector throughout Derbyshire the opportunity to have you own website and internet presence.'
'Bringing your voice, your vision, your community to the World Wide Web'

Contact - Bimmy Rai
Community Publishing Manager The Beehive - community network

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