76th WGC Youth Drama Festival

Monday 2nd – Saturday 7th March 2020 at 7.30pm in the Auditorium

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The very best of youth drama from Hertfordshire and the Home Counties

A wonderful week of entertaining, dramatic competition that attracts around 250 young people from Hertfordshire and its adjoining counties. They compete for various awards for junior and senior sections. There are two or three short (one-act) plays each night. The teams must adhere to the festival rules and will be awarded marks by a professional adjudicator for acting, production, stage presentation and dramatic achievement.

See www.wgcydf.org for more details.

PROGRAMME

MONDAY 2ND MARCH – 7.30pm - TICKETS

Haberdashers' Aske's School for Girls (J)
A Midsummer Night’s Dream  by William Shakespeare (adapted)

The Academy of Speech & Drama (S)
Troubled Waters by Lucy Ashton

Chancellor’s School (S)
Devising: A Simple Guide by Jude Kerswill

TUESDAY 3RD MARCH – 7.30pm - TICKETS

The Junior Archer Players (J)
The Tempest by William Shakespeare (adapted)

Barn Hermes (S)
The Prince of Denmark by Michael Lesslie

The Senior Archer Players (S)
Matilda Told Such Dreadful Lies – collaborative

WEDNESDAY 4TH MARCH – 7.30pm - TICKETS

Stagecoach Bishop’s Stortford & Harlow (J)
The Entire History of the World. Kinda. by John Pritchard

The Academy of Speech & Drama (J)
Generation Z by Lucy Ashton

Limitless Academy of Performing Arts (S)
Private Peaceful by Simon Reade

THURSDAY 5TH MARCH – 7.30pm - TICKETS

Beaumont School Junior Drama Company (J)
Chaos by Laura Lomas

Freman College (S)
The Tower – devised

Big Spirit Youth Theatre (S)
Pronoun by Evan Placey

FRIDAY 6TH MARCH – 7.30pm - TICKETS

St Christopher School (J)
Romeo & Juliet (the musical) by William Shakespeare & Emma Roskilly

Pump House CYT (S)
Dungeness by Chris Thompson

St Christopher School (S)
Antigone by Sophocles (adapted)

SATURDAY 7TH MARCH – 2pm - TICKETS

St Francis’ College (J)
There is a Light by Charlotte McDermott

Dramawise Sky Blue Theatre Company (S)
Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare (adapted)

St George’s School (S)
Winning House Play by TBA

SATURDAY 7TH MARCH – 7pm - TICKETS

Barn Errol (J)
Remote by Stef Smith

The Young Actors Company (S)
Act*rs - devised

Limitless Academy of Performing Arts (S)
Unlucky for Some by Paul Adam Levy

Award ceremony

Caution: some entries may contain strong language or themes unsuitable for young children

Presented by The Barn Theatre Club

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