am-dram

am-dram

abbreviation for
(Theatre) amateur dramatics
Translations

am-dram

[ˈæmdræm] n abbr (=amateur dramatics) → théâtre m amateur
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The cast work hard, transforming from lovesick Greeks to am-dram divas behind the trees.
It's like watching a local am-dram group stumble through a rst reading.
There are 90 am-dram clubs involved, with HMTP representing Newcastle as the only club from the area.
The Glasgow am-dram club this month celebrate their 21st birthday in retro style with 70s musical Disco Inferno.
org Are you a member of an am-dram group, community band or choir and would like to share your stories with us?
And until barking mad am-dram enthusiasts Donny and Nora belatedly revealed they were pointlessly dressed as characters from Oliver I thought they were just scruffy.
1 Peter Pan, Llangollen Pavilion, tonight and tomorrow Twins Ella and Jake Davies aged 10 from Pengwern, along with seven other members of their family, perform together in this am-dram version of the classic panto.
Award-winning children's author Louise Rennison, most known for her book Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging, on which a film was based, was looking for "the wackiest, maddest am-dram performance" based on characters from another set of her books, The Misadventures of Tallulah Casey.
A TERRY Pratchett novel has been adapted for a performance by Birmingham am-dram fans.
A NEW am-dram society has been launched in Rhos, after locals got together to create a festive panto for S4C.
Sadly my days in am-dram didn't create a path for me to the bright lights of London so chances of me playing Fantine in my favourite musical Les Mis are pretty slim to say the least.
He is every am-dram nightmare rolled into one as he offers a Bottom who knows he is destined to be a star and acts like the ultimate luvvie to prove it.