Durham & Sunderland One Act Festival Launch Event

@ Arts Centre Washington

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02 August 2017 - 03 August 2017

7.30pm

Tickets £5.00 including glass of wine or juice

The Dear Departed by Stanley Houghton

An amateur production presented by Holmside Productions

In March 2018 Arts Centre Washington will play host to the first Durham & Sunderland One Act Festival, inviting drama groups from around the North East to take part in what will be a Qualifying Round for the All England Theatre Festival.

On 3rd August we are holding a launch and preview evening when the organiser, Alan Godfrey MBE, will talk about the festival. At 8pm Holmside Productions will perform Stanley Houghton’s classic 30-minute comedy, The Dear Departed, and afterwards there will be a chance to ask questions about the festival, make suggestions, and mingle with the cast. Perhaps you are a member of a group that would like to take part in this national drama festival, which gives several awards and the chance to go on to further rounds? Here is the chance to find out more about it – or just to come along and enjoy a delightful Edwardian comedy.

The previous day, Wednesday 2nd August, at 8pm, Holmside Productions will perform a preview of The Dear Departed. Price £3.00

Venue
Arts Centre Washington
Biddick Lane
Fatfield
Washington
Tyne and Wear
NE38 8AB

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