Cheltenham Operatic & Dramatic Society is - as far we know - one of the oldest, possibly the oldest, society in the Gloucestershire county. We perform two musicals and one play every year at The Playhouse and Everyman theatres
Fairgame produce theatre that is inspirational, credible, relevant, accessible and ultimately entertaining and, through its creative process, has the ability to transform lives. We recently moved from The Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham to Maidenhill in Stonehouse. We work locally, regionally and nationally. We have an on-going community outreach programme as well as a commitment to tour h…
Fi Ross has worked extensively nationally and internationally as a performer and director . Currently an associate practitioner at the RSC.
Here at Filskit Theatre we like to play, create, drink tea and have fun. Through our unique blend of playful ensemble and based performance and micro-projection we aim to create modern and visually stunning twists on story telling.
Playwright with American acting and writing experience who has returned to his native Gloucestershire. Member of the resident Writers' Lab at the Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham. Now writing and performing solo shows on themes of Alzheimers, Olympic Games, and terrorism.
Marie-Louise lives in Cirencester and is Artistic Associate of Swindon Dance. She is multi disciplinary performer and maker, skilled in Contemporary dance physical theatre, tap, vintage dance styles, singing and acting. Nominated for a Total Theatre award for Martha and Arthur in 2009 and a Place Prize semi finalist 2004, Marie-Louise has gained many awards and grants to create her own pr…
Parabola Arts Centre is a new venue in Cheltenham. Our mission is to fuel creativity and bravery in a learning environment. We seek to support emerging artists from across the UK and inspire young audiences in Gloucestershire.
Prema Arts Centre in Gloucestershire's buzziest hub of arts activity. Prema is in the business of showing tomorrow's mainstream today. It is a small, perfectly formed organisation which takes brave risks in programming quality innovative work for its own beautiful theatre space, situated in a converted Baptist Chapel in the glorious village of Uley (7 miles from Stroud, 2 from Dursley)