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Generally known as A.C.T. this section is a very active theatre group which also has a junior section. The annual programme includes four major productions, given in the Tulk Hall of the Community Centre, a Pantomime in January, a full length play or two one act plays in early Spring, a musical in late Spring and a full length play in Autumn. Various social events, including an Annual Dinner with their own cabaret, are also arranged. The Club and rehearsal night is Thursday at 8 pm with additional rehearsals during production. The Section Subscription is £9.50 for ACA Members.
We don't have a junior section, we do a panto in January -as you say, a musical in April, plays in June and a musical in the autumn. We offer free membership for life and the secretary contact details are:
On Sundays Beacon Church meets in the theatre at Jubilee International High School at 10.30am.
Everyone is welcome.
For more information go to www.beaconchurch.net
EDGE Productions was formed in 2019 by the merger of St Jude's Players & Concorde Productions. We are a local amateur dramatic society which puts on shows and pantomimes throughout the year. We also run the EDGE Venue, that you can hire out for all sorts of occasions.
Please keep an eye on our website for all of our up and coming shows.Box Office email: email@example.com
This music club is a charity. Members subscribe to a season of 8 monthly concerts and one young performers' platform with music of a generally classical nature. Non-members are welcome for an entrance fee. Concerts take place at the United Church of Egham in Egham High Street and concerts will generally be 3rd Sunday of month at 3pm in Winter and 3rd Wednesday of month at 8pm in Summer and end-of-season celebrity concert is on a Saturday in March at 7.30pm. Full details for current season with exact dates are on our website.
The EDMC holds a regular programme of events in the United Church, High Street, Egham. Full details on the website.
Membership Secretary Mrs Sheila Lumb LRAM
Egham Choral is a friendly and busy traditional choral society and we always welcome new members. Founded in 1953 the choir aims to rehearse and perform a wide selection of choral music, giving between 2 to 3 concerts a year – a traditional Christmas programme of Carols, a full choral work in the spring. Past works include Carmina Burana, Haydn’s Creation, Mozart’s Requiem and works by Rossini and Puccini. Finally we close the year with a relaxed summer programme of music for all, featuring an outdoor picnic (weather permitting) and ‘Proms in the park’ feel. Additionally we do try and do a Remembrance concert in November and the occasional members’ concert. We welcome for the 2016-17 year, Richard Robbins as Musical Director. Egham Choral rehearse every Monday during school term time, starting from the first week of September, at the United Church, Egham High Street. Please see the website for full details.
Chairman – Carol Hewitt
Phone – 01276 476627
Website - http://eghamchoral.org/livesite/
The Forest Estate Community Hub
Facebook: Forest Estate Community Hub
The Forest Estate Community Hub opened in October 2012 and is managed by The Journey Church in partnership with residents, schools, charities, agencies and local government including Runnymede Borough Council.
is to provide an inclusive & attractive environment where all residents of the Forest Estate, especially children and young people, can access helpful services, enjoyable activities and a space everyone can use for social events, clubs & ventures - acting as a catalyst for raising individual and community aspirations and building pride in our Estate.
Activities and services include:
Hall hire is also available for groups, parties & meetings
57 Larchwood Drive, TW20 0SL
Tel: 01784 557040
A local organisation aimed at improving community life. Its develops partnership between the Voluntary sector and the local Business community. RAVS's vision is to develop practical ways of working together to make best use of scarce resource that provides additional community services, for our mutual benefit.