2-3 March 2019
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WHAT'S IT ALL ABOUT?
The Worcestershire Theatre Festival is a one-act drama festival that takes place every year, in which drama groups from the area compete and benefit from a live adjudication. The winners have the option of going through to the Quarter Final of the All England Theatre Festival.
TAKE PART IN 2019
Any drama group can enter, and the entry deadline for 2019 is December 31st 2018. The length of the production must be between 20 and 55 minutes, and you need to set-up within 10 minutes and strike your set within 5.
RESULTS AND AWARDS
There are 12 awards, with the award winners announced by the adjudicator at the end of the last session on Sunday.
Take a look at who won what in 2018.
VENUE AND TICKETS
The Norbury Theare in Droitwich is the venue for the 2019 Festival, and tickets will be available from January 2019 for anyone wishing to come along and watch.
Typically there are two sessions on Saturday and two on Sunday. Each session comprises three or four plays. Everyone is encouraged to sit in on all of the sessions, as you learn from each other, and get an idea of the style of the adjudicator. The Running Order will be revealed in February.
BEHIND THE SCENES
Take a look at the 2 and a half minute sneaky peek at a typical Worcestershire Theatre Festival from behind-the-scenes.
Whether you're interested in taking part or coming along to watch, take a look at the video which captures the spirit of the weekend.