We welcome everyone who is interested
in the performing arts and/or interested in using their talents,
skills knowledge and experience to help others.
For example, to stage our theatrical events we need not just
directors, designers, actors and stage managers but also promoters,
administrators, caterers, welcomers, etc.
Whilst membership is largely concerned with helping others,
however, you can be sure to derive much pleasure and practical
benefit from being part of CaAPA.
on the image on the left for a page of photographs of members
and links to their websites.
on the image below for the Productions page, featuring a selection
of recent productions
by or involving CaAPA members.
CaAPA productions, readings,
etc, offer opportunities for career development by enabling
you to work to the highest professional standards as part of
a positive and friendly team.
Theatre trips and other social events encourage members to
mix socially, bringing like-minded people together and providing
networking opportunities for members.
CaAPA offers chaplaincy
and mentoring facilities to assist members in exploring both
spiritual and practical aspects of their professional lives. Members
are actively encouraged to share their experience as mentors. See
the Chaplaincy page for further details.
All CaAPA members are
also registered as affiliated members of the Club for Acts
and Actors (CAA). The CAA premises,
located just a few minutes from Corpus
Christi Church, in London's Covent Garden, comprise
a small theatre and exclusive licensed bar and dining facilities.
Annual membership costs no more than £20 (£18 by standing order). Significant
concessions apply to full-time students, who pay just £5 p.a. The
subscription for existing CAA members
is £12. Click on the image on the left for a membership
application form (PDF).
may be interested in Artisan, a Christian arts group which uses
the internet for social/spiritual networking. Click on
the image below for the Artisan website.