The second weekend of the 2018 Wenlock Olympian Live Arts Festival took place on Saturday 24 March and Sunday 25 March 2018.
Here are a small selection of the comments received from competitors and their supporters after the event:
“I thought the singing adjudicators were fantastic. They were positive and encouraging whilst managing to find something constructive to point out to help the students improve in the future”
“Lovely positive adjudicators-perfect environment for first public performance.”
“A well run and organised festival catering for all genres”
“We have been attending the past 3 years, it is a wonderfully organised event, we have come to look forward to this event annually. Venue is great, parking is free and entry in the dance world everything is so expensive it is fantastic to attend an event that doesn’t cost the earth. A “huge” thank you to everyone who gives up their free time to run this festival so well- You are all amazing”
Photographs from both weekends are available below:
Schedules and entry forms for Dance and Music classes are available below.
There will not be any Speech and Drama or Choral Speaking classes in 2018 but we hope that they will return in 2019.
About the Festival
Wenlock Olympian Live Arts Festival has taken place each year since 1979. Competitions were held in the performing arts as part of the original Olympic Games.
The Festival is held in March each year at the Edge Arts Centre, William Brookes School, Much Wenlock.
There are competitive classes in dance, music and speech & drama for children and young people aged 18 and under.
The Festival is organised and staffed entirely by volunteers
If you are interested in joining the committee or can offer any help on the days of the Festival, please do not hesitate to contact us on Facebook here.
Download our Child Protection Policy document here: Wenlock Olympian Society Safeguarding Policy
The Edge Arts Centre
William Brookes School
Much Wenlock TF13 6JE
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