am-dram

am-dram

abbreviation for
(Theatre) amateur dramatics
Translations

am-dram

[ˈæmdræm] n abbr (=amateur dramatics) → théâtre m amateur
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After mauling JM Barrie's classic Peter Pan last year, disaster-prone am-dram troupe the Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society has been blacklisted by the BBC.
IN OUR parish, my panto performance during the local am-dram troupe's festive production has become as much a part of Christmas as mince pies, the Queen's speech and family fall-outs.
Things kick off with a literally fumbling and near-naked am-dram encounter in Bob's car.
I've heard people call skinny jeans evil and the enemy of those with thicker thighs - we fashion lovers love a bit of am-dram - but the only thing to remember is proportion.
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 first 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.