Updated 14th July 2002
All-Winners Drama Festival
The National Drama Festivals Association are staging the 29th British All Winners Drama Festival at Hertford's Castle Hall.
The Festival will feature six evenings of full-length and one-act plays performed in competition by drama groups from around the country and futher afield, including Ireland and Germany. The adjudicator is Scott Marshall G.O.D.A.
Monday 22nd July 2002
The Mai by Marina Carr
presented by Everyman Productions, Co.Sligo, Ireland.
Tuesday 23rd July 2002
You're A Good Man Charlie Brown by Clark Gesner
presented by Masters Performing Arts College, Rayleigh, Essex.
Wednesday 24th July 2002
Nunsense by Dan Goggin
presented by Chelmesford Theatre Workshop.
Thursday 25th July 2002
Prometheus Bound by Aeschylus, translated by Philip Vellacott
presented by World's End Players, Aylesbury, Buckinghmshire.
Die Kinder by Liz Sharp
presented by Attic Theatre, Merseyside, Lancashire.
Foxtales by Charles Pascoe
presented by The Hamburg Players, Hamburg, Germany.
Friday 26th July 2002
My Space Your Space devised by improvisation
presented by Peculiar Productions, Luton, Bedfordshire.
Five Kinds Of Silence by Shelagh Stephenson
presented by Runnymede Drama Group, Middlesex.
The Boundary by Tom Sytoppard and Clive Exton
presented by The Cytringan Players, Northamptonshire.
Saturday 27th July 2002
Bent (Act II) by Martin Sherman
presented by Bare Bone Theatre, Dorset.
Jam by Graham Fife, adapted by M.Herring and David Howell
presented by The Bradford Players Theatre Co, Swindon, Wiltshire.
Followed by the presentation of awards.
Performances 7:30pm nightly. Tickets £7.50, or £23 for a weekly season ticket from the Castle Hall Box Office on 01992 589026.