Arts organisations, clubs and associations

compiled by
Newbury & District
Arts Association

Operatic

Operatic in West Berkshire and North Hampshire.

Kennet Opera

Kennet Opera are a Newbury based opera company who work closely with local schools, colleges, amateur and professional musicians to encourage appreciation and participation in grand opera, and help develop upcoming talent for future generations.

To this end, Kennet Opera produce a number of concerts during the course of the year with schools and at local festival events, and stage grand opera production every year.

Contact:
Felicity Merchant
Secretary

34 Stockcross
Newbury
Berkshire
RG20 8JX

01488 608672
secretary@kennetopera.co.uk
www.kennetopera.co.uk

Newbury Musical Theatre Society

We are an amateur musical theatre group, based in the Newbury, Berkshire area, performing musicals, operetta and concerts.

We are members of NODA, the National Operatic and Dramatic Association, and our main productions are staged at the Newbury Corn Exchange. Originally formed in 1922, until late 2012 we were known as Newbury Operatic Society.

If you are interested in musical theatre, please free free to have a look around our site and get a feel for what we do. If you are interested in taking part, whether on-stage or backstage, we would love to hear from you.

Contact:

www.newburymusicaltheatre.co.uk

Newbury Nomads

Newbury Nomads is a dramatic arts group located in Newbury, Berkshire. The group presents one major musical show a year in the Corn Exchange Newbury and a Spring Concert.

The choice of show is diverse – see our list of past productions. Although the membership covers all age ranges, the society is very young at heart and is eager to encourage fresh and new ideas.

Throughout the year there are many social and fundraising events; barbecues, treasure hunts, skittle evenings, carol singing and even an annual dinner dance!

Contact:
Amanda Maskell
Secretary

07503 213225
secretary@nomadsmusicaltheatre.co.uk
www.nomadsmusicaltheatre.co.uk

is supported by:
West Berkshire District Council