Welcome to The Wharfedale Festival of Theatre


*Saturday 6th July 2019*

The Wharfedale Festival of Theatre’s Awards Evening on Saturday, 8 July 2017, long-serving Chairman Malcolm Pinder marked his retirement from that role and became the Festival’s new President. Sadly, however, at that time Malcolm was unable to attend in person to receive the Lifetime Achievement Award Rose Bowl commissioned by the Festival Committee because of ill-health.  A month later, therefore, on 3 August, the Festival Committee met with Malcolm for a special celebratory lunch to present him personally with the Lifetime Achievement Award he so richly deserved.





(L-R) Bernard Riley, Pat Riley, Malcolm Pinder, Ken Stott, Rosemary Grainger, Joan Graham, Carol Allan

Working Together To Achieve Our Aims

The aim of the Festival is to unite and celebrate the societies' and groups' achievements with an annual Awards Evening – which, the Press call “the local Oscars”.

Entry To The Festival

No need for any extra performances or moving away from your home venue because we come to you.

Assessing Your Production

The Assessors Panel is made up of people who are active in amateur theatre witin the area, with a wealth of theatre experience and a diverse background.

Promoting Local Theatre

We encourage members of all our participating schools, societies and groups to support each other through various sources and promote forthcoming productions.

The Wharfedale Festival Of Theatre Exists To Promote,

Celebrate And Encourage Amateur Theatre

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