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Huntingdon Drama Club is a not for profit Amateur Drama Club that has been in the local community since our first production of 'Jephthah's Daughter' in 1944.
The club has a wealth of heritage under its belt with a strong history of community and has some rather interesting stories. Amongst them a BBC approved performance of "The Empress of Othernow" a Doctor Who stage play written for the club. Huntingdon Drama Club has recently been celebrating its 70th birthday.
We welcome new members and offer a wealth of events for all. Regular Auditions and Play Rehearsals provide a core focus for the club and enable our three yearly productions. We also host a number of social activities including: play readings, meals with other friendly members and theatre trips.
People are always welcome regardless of membership or experience, events are predominantly social and we have a wide range of members with a rich variety of personalities and interests. Please feel free to explore our website www.huntingdondramaclub.org.uk for details of events and contact us for any further details.
Local Telephone (01480)
c/o John Morgan, 28 Huntingdon Road, Brampton, Huntingdon, PE28 4PA
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