The 2015 British All Winners Festival returns to Woking and the Rhoda McGaw Theatre running from Sunday 19th to Saturday 25th July 2015.
Sun 19th 7.30pm One Act Plays
- Blackwood Little Theatre “The Ruins of Talgarth” by Vic Mills ( Aberdare)
- The Unknown OUTCasts “The Cut” by Mark Ravenhill ( Glamorgan) *
- Halton Amateur Theatrical Society “Crackerjoke Writer” by Paul Richards (Buckinghamshire)
Mon 20th 7.30pm Full Length Play
- Romiley Little Theatre “Frozen” by Bryony Lavery ( Manchester)
Tues 21st 7.30pm One Act Plays
- The ActAbles “One Family” ( not in competition)
- The Players Theatre “Embodiment” by Jeremy Hylton-Davies (mid Glamorgan)
- Woking College Theatre Company “The Underground Lovers” by Jean Tardieu (Woking)*
Wed 22nd 7.30pm Youth One Act Plays
- Taunton School “Teechers Act One” by John Godber (Somerset)
- Applause Youth Theatre Company “Eclipse” by Simon Armitage (Kent)
- Broadway Youth Theatre “Little Brother:Little Sister” by David Campton (Isle of Man)
Thurs 23rd 7.30pm Full Length Play
- Heath Players “Bombers Moon” by William Ivory (Hertfordshire)
Fri 24th One Act Plays
6.30pm Play Reading: winner of the George Taylor Award “Stay’d For” by Luffy McTuggle
- Abbey Players “Ricidivists” by Matthew Clift (Warwickshire)
- Clavering Players “Me and My Friend” Act 1 by Gillian Plowman (Cambridge)
- Great Witley Operatic Society “Cox and Box” by F C Burnard & Arthur Sullivan (Worcester)
Sat 25th 7.30pm Full Length Play
- Talking Stock Productions “Le Grand Return” by Alan Stockdill (Halifax)
Adjudications & Presentation of the Awards. Each night there will be a Green Room in the theatre after the Festival and an end of Festival Party on the final night after the presentation of the awards.
For those unfamiliar with Woking, the town is situated in the west of Surrey and easily accessible by the motorway networks (M25) and by train – central London is only 25 minutes away by fast train. The town is well served by hotels – Holiday Inn, Premier Inn and TravelLodge together with a number of Bed and Breakfast lodgings. The Festival Committee will publish details of these and negotiated Festival Rates in March this year together with details of local restaurants and eateries providing Festival Menus for competing groups. The Rhoda McGaw Theatre is a purpose built community theatre situated in the heart of Woking’s entertainment complex. The theatre has recently undergone extensive £400,000 refurbishment and is now one of the best technically equipped performance spaces in the South East. In addition the backstage accommodation was upgraded and each of the four dressing rooms boasts their shower facilities.
For immediate information please contact: Lyn Mison – 2015 Festival Stage Director and NDFA Festival co-ordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
BAWF Flyer (1)
For a comprehensive view of all the competing plays, please click on the link.