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Sheffield One Act Play Festival 2012

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If you fancy a night out at the theatre why not check out the SADATA one act play festival at the Library Theatre next week.


The annual event is a celebration of the very best in amateur drama and we are delighted to welcome groups from across Sheffield to compete against one another in this three day competition.


Details of what is on and when are


One Act Play Festival 2012

Thursday 21st - Saturday 23rd June 2012



Gosforth Youth Theatre,

“Now That’s What I Call Shakespeare!” by Rod Duncan

53 Theatre Group,

"Chalk & Cheese" by Dave Oxley

Tudor Players

“Scarecrow” by Don Nigro




Dronfield Players

“The Train” by Carl Slotboom

The Strolling Players

“Sky” by Anthony Adler

The Denys Edward Players

“Last Tango in Little Grimley” by David Tristram




Gosforth Semors

“The Laughing Policemen” by Rod Duncan

Ecclesall Theatre Group

“The Book Group” by Andy Ramsden

Deswbury Arts Group

“Only a Matter of Time” by Alan Plater


Library Theatre, Tudor Square

Tickets: Per Night: £8 (£7 conc.) Week-Long: £20 (£17.50 conc.)


Ticket Secretary: Jack Massey

0114 2551367 or 07710 277976




Please support local talent!

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I went on Thursday night and it was a good night. The play chalk and cheese was brilliant. the other two plays were good too but that play was easily the best with a cast that were talented, natural and at ease on the stage. Not bad for 8 quid for three plays.

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Couldn't agree more, first night was a cracker and all three groups were excellent

Chalk and Cheese was my fave too, I particularly liked the karaoke singer!! Poor Freddie will be turning in his grave.


There are still two nights to go so if you fancy getting in out of the rain, pop along and see what's on.

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Do you know when the winners will be announced? I reckon the writer of the chalk and cheese should win something. His first play and as good as that! excellent. cheers

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