Another 2018 Festival Result

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National Drama Festivals Association

April 2018 TADDfest Winner: Mezzamorhoses “Oedipus” by Paul King Runners up: Broadclyst Theatre Group “The Molecule Duplicator” by John Gregory Youth winner: Mezzalchemy “The Thousan and One Nights” by Paul King

***More 2017/18 Festival Results***

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National Drama Festivals Association

Please find below some further results from 2017/18 Festivals: Sawston One Act Festival Winner: Waterbeach Theatre Co. “The Lost Archer” by Tim Boden Runners up: BAWDS “The Last Bread Pudding” by Nick Warburton Welwyn Youth Festival Winner: Archer Academy “Girls Like That” by Evan Placey Runners up: Company of Teens “My Fear vs The World” by Ian Jordan Junior Winner: … Read More

***LATEST FESTIVAL RESULTS***

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National Drama Festivals Association

Please find below results from some member festivals for the 2017/18 Season: October 2017 Woking One Act Festival Winner: Thursday Night Project “Heads” by Howard Brenton Runners up: Simply Theatre “We Are the Multitude” by Laura Harper Youth Winner: Applause Youth Theatre “A Vampire Story” by Moira Buffini October 2017 Spelthorne & Runnymede One Act Festival Winner: Horsell Amateur Dramatic … Read More

February 2018 Newsletter

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National Drama Festivals Association

IMPORTANT NOTICE: CLICK HERE to read the latest Newsletter, which holds important information on the cancellation of the British All Winners Festival 2018 and the Winner of the 2017 George Taylor Memorial Award!!

59th Woking Drama Festival 2017 – Nominations and Winners

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59th Woking Drama Festival 2017

From 10th – 21st October 2017, 16 different groups competed in the Woking Drama Festival. Adjudicator, Jennifer Scott-Reid GoDA said that she enjoyed her time at Woking and thanked the groups for bringing so many diverse pieces to the festival. Please CLICK HERE to view the nominations and Winners below!

Lighthorne Festival’s 2017 winners have become national champions at the British All-Winners Finals.

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2017 BAWF British All Winners Festival Barnsley

Didcot Phoenix Drama Group took the top prize in the One-Act section with their entry, Eugene Ionesco’s The Lesson, as well as the Youth Section trophy, won by 20-year-old Didcot actress Corin Lawfull.   Veteran adjudicator Russell Whitely, GoDA, praised Didcot for their “powerful” performance and said he had never seen an amateur group perform the Ionesco work better. He also … Read More