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Founded 1976

Loudoun Musical Society began its all-singing, all-dancing journey over 40 years ago back in 1976. With no locally produced concerts in the area, a group of enthusiastic performers decided to take it upon themselves to give Ayrshire some razzle dazzle and so LMS was born!

The Society’s first ever musical of ‘No No Nanette’ in 1977 was a huge success, and LMS has been unstoppable ever since. From classics to modern musicals, Loudoun did (and still do!) it all, and their ever-growing popularity prompted them to move performances to Kilmarnock’s Palace Theatre, a venue they still perform at to this day.

Not only performing successful musicals, Loudoun also succeeds in extending its audience appeal through its concert party. From charity fundraisers to church guilds, LMS provides entertainment for audiences across Ayrshire and beyond.

The
Committee

Erin
Grace


President

John
McGill


Secretary

Stephen
Mcilwraith


Treasurer

Hugh
Wallace


Vice President

David
Mcilwraith


Past President

Lauren
Brown


Committee Member

Lynsey
Campbell


Committee Member

Alison
Cravens


Committee Member

John
Goodwin


Committee Member

Laura
Hynds


Committee Member

Craig
Love


Committee Member

Kerr
McKinlay


Committee Member

David
Mutch


Committee Member

Ready to Join?

Have what it takes to join LMS? We’d love to have you with us for our next production.

Get in touch with our committee today to arrange an audition.

Productions

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From classics to modern musicals, our selection of productions over the past 42 years have had something for everyone, and we’re excited to take to the stage in 2018 with our second Andrew Lloyd Webber classic – Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat!

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