These are tonight’s one-act plays taking part in the National Drama Festival.
‘Teechers’ by John Godber performed by Limitless Academy of Performing Arts (A One Act play)
John Godber created a play that is funny, moving and political, taking an in-depth look at the educational system of the 80’s (although still relevant today). It follows three students: Salty, Gail and Hobby, in their final year of high school, who are asked to put on a play about “school life for the leavers”.
‘Pinteresque’ by Roger Gowland performed by Phoenix Players (A One Act play)
More information coming soon…
‘Housebound’ by Simon Maudley performed by Abbey Players (A One Act play)
An agoraphobic housewife is taken hostage by a reluctant villain.
More Information on The Festival
The cream of British amateur theatre is coming to the Albany Theatre this July.
The winners of local amateur Festivals throughout the British Isles have been competing all year for the right to be selected for the annual National Drama Festival.
The Festival is run by the National Drama Festivals Association (NDFA) and comprises seven evenings of adult one-act, youth one-act and adult full-length plays, all of which have been selected to compete based on merit.
To see the Running Order for the full week, visit www.ndfa.co.uk
The whole Festival will be adjudicated by the Guild of Drama Adjudicators (GoDA), specifically esteemed Adjudicator, Jan Palmer-Sayer, who will assess each play after it has been performed, and announce the full results on the Saturday evening.
Experience the cream of amateur theatre here at the Albany Theatre.