Drama (Ayr Fort Players)
The Ayr Fort Players have been entertaining people in Ayrshire, and across South West Scotland, since 1946. We have achieved many notable successes, including the first amateur production of Tony Roper's "The Steamie", which played to packed houses during the 1997 Ayr Festival.
Over the years the Ayr Fort Players have built a reputation for entertaining the public with classic farces (See How They Run, Move Over Mrs Markham), quality modern drama (84 Charing Cross Road, Steel Magnolias), Scottish comedies (The Steamie, Whisky Galore) and stage productions of popular TV sitcoms (Fawlty Towers, Dad's Army).
The company gives all the free proceeds from its productions to Cancer Research, and to date has handed over in excess of £50,000. After our most recent production, we were able to give over £700 to this worthy cause.
Our auditions are open to all, and we are always keen to welcome new actors, stage crew and technicians to help us produce excellent theatre. Everyone in the Ayr Fort Players can get involved in all aspects of our productions, on-stage and off. As a member, you could be playing the lead in one production and being stage crew in the next.
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Day / Time:
Various dependent on production. See website for details.
Name: Grant F Kidd ( President)
Contact Tel: 07543224170
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