Cobham ADS

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 Cobham Amateur Dramatic Society



Cobham Amateur Dramatic Society has been in the village of Cobham in Kent since the society was founded in 1924, although we can trace our roots back to the period of the First World War. We are based in the Meadow Room, a community centre in The Street, where we rehearse and present our productions of which we do two each year.

 We are always open to new members and if you want to come along and meet us at one of our open meetings please check the EVENTS page for the date of our next meeting and just turn up. If you can't wait for the next open meeting then CONTACT THE SECRETARY who will tell you when we are next meeting in the Meadow Room to rehearse when you will be able to meet us then.

 For any information about CADS please contact the secretary whose contact information is in the Who's Who page. 





To those who died and those who endured the conflict.

1914 - 1918



We offer you a tribute for the 100th anniversary of the end of World War One.

Written by CADS member Roger Hodge with the help of a team of researchers we have assembled a history of the the local area to create this production.


We are always open to new members and if our next production is of interest to you we  invite to come and join us for the chance to be in the cast or help the backstage crew. If you would like to know more please click this link




If you would like to have advanced notice of CADS's productions and other events you can be added to our email list by clicking this link and submiting a request.






The Meadow Room in Winter [Photo Mike Pickersgill]

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