Download and complete the 2021 entry form which will be available later in 2020.
A Few More Things
Here are a few more things you'll need to know when you complete and submit the entry form:
It's £25 fee per performance to enter, plus a deposit payment of £25 (£50 in total). The deposit will be returned after you have performed in the festival.
You must send a copy of your performance licence to the festival stage manger no less than 2 weeks prior to the festival. It is recommended that you apply for a performance licence well in advance.
We recommend Public Liability Insurance of £5,000,000.
One or more actors can be in a performance but note that only performances with at least two people can proceed to the All England Theatre Festival (if selected)
When you enter, you'll be asked to declare whether you would like to go forward to the next and subsequent rounds of the All England Theatre Festival if you come first or second in the Worcestershire Theatre Festival. (We'll pay your AETF membership subscription if you decide to go forward)
The final version of your script is needed by us by 31st January 2022
The All England Theatre Festival
If you would like to go through to the next round of the competition (if selected), click here to read the All England Theatre Festival rules and Declaration Form and return the Declaration Form with your entry form. Please check that your cast /performers will be available to perform on the various dates of the All England rounds.
There are a number of things to consider, most particularly the performance must last at least 20 minutes but no longer than 55 minutes. You also only have 10 minutes to set, bear this in mind when designing your stage. Have a look at our WTF Rules and FAQs for more details.
The festival will be be held at The Norbury Theatre Droitwich on Sunday 13th March 2022. There will be 2 sessions; afternoon and evening. There are usually three performances in each session. There will be an opportunity to view the theatre prior to the festival and talk to our technical people about staging, lights and sound. Please note that the idea of the preview day is to look at The Norbury, talk to our Stage Manager and the Norbury technical people, there isn't time to carry out any reherasal or to focus lights etc. Preview is on Sunday 30th January between 2.00pm and 4pm, just turn up.
Entering the Worcestershire Theatre Festival 2022
The Entry Form
Download and complete the 2022 entry form, note that it is not possible to "reserve a place" without a completed entry form, only fully completed entries with details of script or performance, together with the entry payments will be considered for inclusion in the festival. Cheques should be made payable to Worcestershire Theatre Festival.
More details including the running order will be available as we get nearer to the festival
Entry forms for The Worcestershire Theatre Festival 2022 are now available, see Downloads and Rules above. The festival is however full for 2022 but there's always next yera!