City of Plymouth Festival
The 2022 Music, Speech and Drama Festivals
The Syllabus for each of the 3 festivals will soon be available to download from the “Important Documents” section found on each festival page.
The Instrumental Festival will run on November 11th and 12th and will be held as usual at Sherwell Church.
Directions to Sherwell Church are on the Instrumental home page.
The Speech and Drama Festival opens on Monday November 14th and runs for 5 days, closing on Friday 18th November.
As usual, it will be held at Plymouth’s Future Inn
Directions to the Future Inn are on the Speech and Drama home page.
The Vocal section of the Music Festival opens for two days on November 18th and 19th. It is being held at Sherwell Church.
Directions to Sherwell Church can be found on the Vocal section home page.
Music, Speech and Drama Festival Organiser
- Jill Straw
- 2 Forth Gardens
- Deer Park PL3 6SH
- 01752 923670
Safe return of all Festival cups and trophies
Auditing returned cups and trophies is a mammoth task and requires a lot of time and space.
So, to support and make this task as easy as possible for our Cup Secretary Carolyne, we ask that the dance cups and trophies, presented in 2019, are returned to her by the 1st of June 2022.
Cups and trophies should be engraved with the name of the performer who had won the class and had been presented with the award. It should then be returned to Carolyne.
Carolyne is the City of Plymouth Festival Cup and Trophy Secretary for all four sections.
Cups and trophies can be delivered in person to Carolyne’s home, be left in the labelled box in Carolyne’s back garden, or they can be posted to the address below:
- 18 Woolcombe Lane
- Plymouth PL21 0UA
- 01752 895254 or 07881 303204
- [email protected] or [email protected]
If you have any queries regarding the return of your cup or trophy, please contact Carolyne. You can also contact her to make a personal arrangement. She is always very helpful.
The Plymouth Festival is a member of the British and International Federation of Festivals of which Her Majesty The Queen is Patron.
The City of Plymouth Festival has worked with BIFF and followed advice from them to implement their approach to safeguarding and have earned the right to display the Blue Safeguarding Flag awarded by the SafeNetwork and NSPCC.