East Kilbride Rep Theatre
An amateur company in Scotland. Some details of its history, plus
news, programme, their one-act play festival, contacts and season
East Lane Theatre
An amateur company in Wembley. There are details of membership, productions
going back to 1936, a history, a gallery of photographs of the theatre,
details of auditions for the next production, and how to find and
A Scottish group. Quite a basic site in terms of info, but nicely
Edinburgh Graduate Theatre Group
Although originating in the University of Edinburgh, this is not strictly
a university group. They see themselves as an amateur group with a
connection to the uni. The site gives details of the group and their
The Edward Alderton
An amateur company in Bexleyheath, Kent. The usual full range of information:
intro, news, history, current and future productions, auditions, membership,
a location map, photo gallery and local theatres (a page of links).
(Barnet) The usual info: about the group, past and present productions,
their venue and how to contact them. No internal links, so the [BACK]
button is much used.
The EPPiC Theatre
The EPPiC Theatre is owned by the Ecclesfield Priory Players Amateur
Dramatic Society of Sheffield. The site gives details of the society,
its history and its productions, as well as a tour of theatre.
Epsom Light Opera Company
There's everything that you would expect, with quite a number of photos.
The Epsom Players
All the usual information is there: past and future shows, the group's
history and a copy of its latest Newsletter.
Based in Kent. All the usual info: current season, news, location,
how to join, history. They have a seating plan online but you can't
buy tickets on the Web. The Archive is just a list of previous productions.
The ESNA Players
(Loughborough) Originally known as the Emmanuel, Shelthorpe and Nanpantan
Amateurs. The usual information, including details of some of the
quite impressive set-construction work they've done. They also hire
out sets and props..
Exeter Drama Company
(Amateur group) News and details about them; productions and joining;
how to find them and how to see a show (you must become an associate
member at £1 a year!).
Exeter Little Theatre Company
Formed in 1954. There are the usual pages: about the group, details of their theatre (including a "virtual tour"), past and future productions,their youth group, and how to join. Word of warning: the opening page includes a huge image map, but there are also text links.