The Norbury Theatre
Droitwich, Worcestershire WR9 8ED
3 - 4 March, 2018
The Worcestershire Theatre Festival is a one-act drama festival that takes place every year, in which drama groups from the area compete head-to-head.
It's run by volunteers, is a non-profit initiative and is in its 57th year!
Every Spring, one-act plays are performed in front of an esteemed professional adjudicator and you - the audience.
The plays are between 25 and 55 minutes long, ranging from comedies to thrillers to highly-emotional dramas.
Each one is critiqued by the adjudicator in front of the audience for acting, direction, stage presentation and dramatic achievement.
The winners are announced on Sunday night, with the Overall Winner going through to the Quarter Final of the
You can come along and watch all of the plays, or just a few - it's completely up to you.
Your GODA Adjudicator for 2018 is Nick Wilkes.
More information about Nick is coming soon.
Points out of 100 are awarded by the Adjudicator in
the following areas:
Acting 40 points
Production 35 points
Stage Presentation 15 points
Dramatic Achievement 10 points
And they can be removed too, for not sticking
within the times for setting up or striking the set:
Up to 1 min 1 points
Up to 2 mins 3 points
Up to 3 mins 6 points
Up to 4 mins 10 points
Up to 5 mins 15 points
Over 5 mins Disqualication
The results are announced at the end of the final
session on Sunday evening.
Enter the 2018 Festival right now!
Entry deadline is December 31st.