Sedos is an ambitious, vibrant and inclusive London theatre society, striving for excellence and creativity in our productions for over 100 years. As a busy and energetic London amateur theatre group, we stage five to 10 musicals and plays each year and offer open auditions for all our shows.
- We want our people to feel supported and at home, to be included and treated fairly.
- We want our people to feel empowered, giving them the platforms and the tools to be bold, take risks, and innovate.
- We want to be ambitious in our pursuit of creating high quality theatre, and our desire to continuously improve as a society.
The Sedos values help guide the society’s decision making, how we behave and interact with each other, and how we represent ourselves to the London theatre community and beyond - both as a reflection of who Sedos are, and who we aspire to be.
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Sedos is a London amateur theatre company which produces five to 10 shows every year. We have been the resident theatre company at the Bridewell Theatre (just off Fleet Street) since 2012 and most of our season takes place there. We also perform in other venues, including touring to the Edinburgh Festival and the Minack Theatre in Cornwall.
We hold open London auditions for all our shows so both members and non-members can put themselves forward for roles. Additionally we have a thriving community of people who work behind the scenes on our productions in a wide variety of roles.
Sedos is proud to be a founder member of London Drama Societies, which commits each member society to the following statement:
“Collectively, we commit to take constant steps to be more inclusive and attract members and audiences reflecting London’s diversity.
“We will identify and remove barriers to create a safe and inclusive environment. We want everyone to feel empowered to participate, on stage or off. We want stories to be told authentically.”