Showstoppers is a Performing Arts Musical Theatre society. If you've any interest at all in performing in, directing, producing, conducting, playing in a band for, writing or seeing musicals, or just giving any of the above a go, this is the society for you.
We offer members the opportunity to take part in numerous productions throughout the year, including a "Freshers" show at the beginning of the year (open to anybody who hasn't performed with us before), culminating in the chance to take shows to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in August.
We also run regular open-house meetings for members to improve skills within the musical theatre genre, as well as Cabaret nights offering chances to perform outside of shows.
It's easy to get involved - just drop one of us a message, or come along to a workshop or an audition!.
These are the current membership plans offered by Showstoppers, although many groups offer a free period for new members to try out their group.
Year Membership (£10) This annual membership fee allows you to perform in our shows and cabaret events and be on production teams for our shows as well as letting you vote at our AGM and any EGMs we have.
This Years Committee
All student groups within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Showstoppers this year are:
Victoria Howard-Andrews Treasurer
Isabella Norris President
Gem Tunley Vice President
Nick Ong Social Secretary
Charlotte Evans Social Secretary
David Miller Web and Promotions Officer
Phoebe Armstrong Development Officer
Abbie Roach Secretary
John Wilders Ordinary Member
James Carter Ordinary Member
Xafsa Mohamud Tours Officer
If you've got any questions or want to find out more, either email the group directly, or fill in the form below:
A society to improve theatrical skills through workshops; original writing; producing; directing; and acting. We aim to celebrate creativity in all mediums of drama and to provide all society members with a fun, inclusive environment to further their individual skill sets and to form a community with a love of theatre.