The British Final of One Act Plays
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About the Event
The British Final of One-Act Plays is one of the most prestigious amateur drama events in the land. It features champions of the national festivals run by the All-England Theatre Festival, the Drama Association of Wales, the Scottish Community Drama Association and the Association of Ulster Drama Festivals who compete, over two evenings, for the coveted Howard de Walden Trophy. The Final will be presided over by Robert Meadows, a distinguished member of the Guild of Drama Adjudicators.
The magnificently restored Harrogate Theatre with its lavishly gilded plasterwork mouldings is a wonderful venue for the British Final of One-Act Plays. Opened in 1900 as ‘The Grand Opera House’ it was designed by Frank Tugwell, architect of the Savoy Theatre in London.
Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity to enjoy British community drama at its finest!
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