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'Live Amateur Theatre At Its Best'

We are an enthusiastic bunch of like minded thespians who enjoy the smell of the grease paint and the roar of the crowd.


We are based in Warkworth Northumberland and perform at Warkworth Memorial Hall. We normally stage three productions a year.


If you like acting, back-stage work, or just having fun then come along and join us, all are welcome.



At: Legion Room at Warkworth Memorial Hall.

Date: Sunday 28th April 

Time: 7pm 


Copies of the Agenda, Minutes, Annual Reports and Accounts will be made available to members before and at the Meeting.


Be advised that many of the Officers and Committee Members have decided to retire and in the event that the meeting cannot elect sufficient new Officers or Committee Members with appropriate standing and experience to manage the business of the Drama Group then the following will be debated by those present: Notice of Motion “That at the 2025 Annual General Meeting the affairs of the Drama Group be wound up and any assets distributed as outlined in the Memorandum and Articles of the Drama Group’s Constitution.”


All members are encouraged to attend to ensure that a quorum will exist. It is hoped that the meeting will last no more than one hour. 


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Two national charities with strong local branches have benefitted from the proceeds of Warkworth Drama Group's production of "My Boy Jack". Commemorating the hundredth anniversary of the end of World War 1, the tragic centrepiece of the play about the death in combat of Rudyard Kipling's son,  the highly praised production raised £240 for the Royal British Legion and The Fusiliers Aid Society. 


Cheques for £120 were handed over to the two charities by 17-year-old Will Jones who played Jack in the production and Milly Davis, 16, who featured as his sister Elsie. 


The presentation took place at Warkworth's Market Cross, and receiving the cheques were President of Amble and Warkworth British Legion Jeff Watson and Fred Calvert (Major retired) of the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers. 


Ralph Firth, who directed the play, said: "Bearing in mind the excellent track records of both organisations in helping services personnel and their families affected by military conflicts it seemed entirely appropriate to make these donations."

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