It’s One Act time again!

Over the course of three nights a total of seven one act plays will be performed by some of Sheffield’s leading drama societies at this year’s SADATA One Act Play Festival. The programme includes performances from youth groups and groups travelling from as far afield as West Yorkshire, and as usual, GYT will be there! This year we’re performing Now That’s What I Call Shakespeare, penned by our own Rod Duncan, last performed at the festival back in 2012. The festival runs from Thursday to Saturday, and we’re opening the evening on the final night.

Tickets cost £8 and are available from group members or by calling the SADATA Ticket Secretary on 0114 2853450.

The full lineup for the festival is as follows:

Thursday, 22nd June  7:30pm     

Splinters Theatre Group – Twitch by Daniel Bernard

Splinters Theatre Group – Are You Watching Me by Tony Frier

Friday, 23th June  7:30pm

Gosforth Semors – Schubert’s Last Serenade by Julie Bovasso

Dronfield Players – And Go To Innesfree by Jean Lenox Toddie

Saturday 24th  June  7:15pm

Gosforth Youth Theatre – Now That’s What I Call Shakespeare by Rod Duncan

Tudor Players – Can You Hear The Music? By David Campton

Dewsbury Arts Group – Acting Leader by Joy Wilkinson