Learn all about AMCS

The Aldridge Musical Comedy Society was formed back in 1967. The original society put on their first production of Calamity Jane in 1968, which wowed those 60's audiences.

The Society currently has a base of around 35 members of various ages and vocal groups, but are still looking for new, young (or young at heart!) and vibrant performers to compliment the exceptional talents of the actors, singers and dancers that the Society has become well renown for.

We rehearse on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings at the Keeling School of Dance, High St. Aldridge and would welcome any prospective members to come and meet us at any one of our rehearsals.

The Society have a production every May and every November, at the well established and prestigious Prince of Wales Centre in Cannock.

In addition to the shows and concerts, AMCS also performs at private functions and for other groups who wish to be entertained by the multi-talented actors, singers and dancers.

As a registered charity, the Society supports other charities by performing and raising funds whenever possible.

AMCS has a very specific aim...

The Aldridge Musical Comedy Society is a registered charity and it is our main aim to promote musical theatre for the benefit of all and to encourage new, young, local talent to the stage.