It's important to us to make art and culture accessible to everyone. In addition, we also aim to achieve the objective of creating innovative ways of bringing artists into contact with the general public.
Right from the very start, we thought of an appreciation of the arts and the cultural shaping of leisure activity as vital aspects of our project. Over time, we've gained many friends and partners who help us achieve this objective.
We're a friendly team who look forward to interest across the generations and cultures.
4.1 The role of the Committee is to administer the Festival on behalf of the societies, schools and groups who enter it. This involves:
(a) liaising with Schools, Societies and Groups in the general wharfedale area to facilitate and progress entries to the Festival;
(b) maintaining correspondence with Societies and Groups to ascertain the
details of entries and ensuring everyone is clear about entry conditions; (c) making all the arrangements for the Awards Evening.
(d) as individual Assessors providing marks for productions in those Festival competition groups in which they have no conflict of interest.
4.2 All dramatic and operatic societies and youth and school drama groups in the general Wharfedale area can nominate one of their members to serve on the Wharfedale Festival of Theatre Committee. The Committee can also co-opt people who they feel can contribute a special skill or have relevant experience. Current members are:
KEN STOTT (Chairman)
ALLAN HOLLINGS (Vice-Chairman)
BRYAN CRAVEN (Secretary)
JOAN GRAHAM (Treasurer)
CAROLYN CRAVEN (Trophies & Publicity)
If you have any queries about the Wharfedale Festival of Theatre, please contact the Festival Secretary, whose contact details are as follows:
Mr Bryan Craven, 20 Churchgate, Gildersome,
Leeds, LS27 7HA.
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