We're a friendly amateur dramatic society based in Claygate, Surrey. Find out about our productions, auditions and how to get involved.
Claygate Dramatic Society puts on two or three productions each year – a play in April and a pantomime in November or January are regular fixtures. There is the occasional Fish & Chip supper evening with two one-act plays, or it could be a production performed in the round.
The society has been a member of the National Operatic and Dramatic Society, and has won many awards for plays and acting.
All auditions are open to non-members.
The society has been in existence since before the Second World War. It resumed in 1946 and was called ‘The Claygate Social and Dramatic Society ’.
TWO ONE-ACT PLAYS
by Sandy Taylor
‘The Worst day of my life'
by Alan Richardson
New members are always welcome; whether for acting or set design, set building, costumes, props or front of house.
View our list of every production that Claygate Dramatic Society has put on which dates all the way back to 1980.
If you're interested in looking at photos from our productions then you can do so in on our gallery page.
"This was well crafted and skilled writing – creating a fast moving plot covering many imaginative locations"
Steve Mackrell on 'The Diamond Necklace', April 2018
"The character who stole the show was Bobbie Watson as Audrey who showed excellent comedy timing throughout; her interjections, and particularly her sprightly exits to the bar, brought the house down!"
Judith West on 'Ten Times Table', April 2015