RWB Arts Festival Preparations, 2018

The final preparations are underway for this weekend’s RWB Arts Festival.

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The new winners cups have arrived and the old ones retrieved and polished, the new medals ordered and delivered, the programmes printed, the certificates ready, the news reading scripts have been sent to all students, the cakes are being made, the adjudicators primed, the rooms are being set up, and the volunteers and committee members are all ready to receive the hundreds of students and parents and teachers over the coming weekend!

We wish everyone who is partaking good luck and look forward to seeing the ever rising talent and quality of so many actors and actresses, and musicians.

You can come and witness the high quality performers by buying tickets on the door.

A Season Ticket – only £5.00

This will allow you into all rooms on both days of the Festival

Day Ticket – only £3.00

This will allow you into all rooms on one day

Programmes – £3.00

CASH ONLY PLEASE! Please note that without purchasing a ticket you will not be able to watch your child perform, and we would hate to think you would miss their special moment, and possible winning of a trophy!

 

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RWB Arts Festival Autumn Concert

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The RWB Arts Festival 2018 Autumn Concert will be 7.30pm Saturday 17th November, 2018 at the Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church in Royal Wootton Bassett. The theme will be St.Cecilia, the patron Saint of musicians, whose feast day is 22nd November. The programme will feature instrumentalists who did well in this year’s Summer Music and other guests, supported by RWB Choral Society and an invited Chamber Orchestra.

There will be refreshments and a retiring collection.

 

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Spring Gala Concert and 2018 RWB Arts Festival Syllabus Launch

On Friday the 23rd February there will be a spring concert and syllabus launch for the 2018 RWB Arts Festival. This will be held at the Memorial Hall, Station Road, Royal Wootton Bassett.

The programme will include special performances from the Music, and Speech and Drama Festivals held in the Spring and in November of 2017.

This event is usually by private invitation only; however, if you would like to come and join us, please do contact us on RWBArtsFestival@gmail.com for a ticket or register at Event Brite for one.

We would love to welcome you and encourage new friends and new interest in our Festival. So, do come along and enjoy a glass of wine, and see the wonderful talent of the next generation being showcased!

 

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New RWB Music Festival Syllabus Launched for 2018

The RWB Arts Festival 2018 Music Syllabi are now available for download!

The programme includes many possibilities for exciting performances at this year’s upcoming Festival. Thank you to all those who took part, their teachers, their friends and family, in the 2017 Festival and we look forward to seeing you all again later this year to show case your talent.

 

RWB Arts Festival 2017 Reflections

Miranda Shirnia Chair of the Royal Wootton Bassett Arts Festival said: “2017 was a truly exciting year for us. The Speech and Drama section of the festival grew enormously – we had 38% more entries than in 2017 with over 100 trophies and medals being awarded to the top performers. We want to continue to build this momentum and so urge performers to look at our new music and speech and drama syllabi and choose a class to try. With novice classes available in both festivals, beginners, as well as those more experienced, are being encouraged to take part. With the launch of our new website www.RWBArtsFestival.com it’s now easier than ever to find out what’s going on this year. Do have a look it is updated frequently with exciting news and blog posts.

You can also contact us on RWBArtsFestival@gmail.com or on twitter @RWBArtsFestival, where we look forward to hearing all about your musical and dramatic achievements!”

RWB Arts Festival Plans for 2018

Plans for the 2018 Royal Wootton Bassett Arts Festival are well underway after a lovely committee meeting yesterday morning. With a few more classes scheduled in for the Speech and Drama side of the 2018 Festival, and lots of talk about the successes of all the wonderful children who took part this year, we hope to continue building on our ever popular Festival.

Please come back and check for details in the New Year!

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RWB Arts Festival New Website Launch

Welcome to the Royal Wootton Bassett Arts Festival’s new website, www.RWBArtsFestival.com. Here you will find all news, events, syllabi, dates, and other information about our Music, and Speech and Drama Festivals.

It is now easier than ever to find out what’s going on each year. Do have a look as we update this site frequently with exciting news and blog posts.

You can also contact us on RWBArtsFestival@gmail.com or on twitter @RWBArtsFestival, where we look forward to hearing all about your musical and dramatic achievements!

Miranda Shirnia, RWB Arts Festival Chair

 

New RWB Arts Festival Syllabus Launched for 2017

The Royal Wootton Bassett Arts Festival 2017 Syllabus has recently been launched at a Friday evening concert. The programme included performances from every section of the Festival. Thank you to all those who took part, their teachers, their friends and family.

See more details here.

 

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