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Havering Arts Festival 2018

Havering Arts Council members combined with the London Borough of Havering’s Arts Development Team, and others active in the Arts, to present the Havering Arts Festival.

Now in its fourth year, The Havering Arts Festival included over 50 events, running from April to July. There were art exhibitions, plays, interesting talks, and some arts activities for children and young adults. We hope that everyone enjoyed the wide array of Havering talent. 

Havering Drama Festival

Alongside the Havering Arts Festival we run the longstanding Havering Drama Festival, a peripatetic festival of full-length plays. Amateur drama groups based in Havering stage productions that are judged by a member of the Guild of Drama Adjudicators. Feedback is given to the drama group and individual performers, and awards are presented at an Annual Gala event at Langtons House. In the main, the productions are staged in May and June, occasionally including ones at the end of April or the beginning of July. This year's Gala Night took place on Thursday12 July and our festival adjudicator was Louise Manders. Details of productions can be found in our calendar and on our news and blog pages.

BCTC Festival

This Festival of one act plays was originally staged in Ilford for church youth clubs in the Diocese of Brentwood moving to St Edward's Church Hall in Romford when it was taken over by Cyril Dennis who successfully ran it, with the support of a great team of volunteers for decades until his death in 2004. The festival moved to various venues but is now settled at Brentwood Theatre, taking place in September. For more information see the Brentwood Catholic Theatre Club website

Havering open art exhibition

The art exhibition provides an exciting opportunity for Havering’s talented visual artists to exhibit their works and incorporates the Havering Over-60s’ Art Competition, plus Young Artists (up to 25) and Open Best in Exhibition awards categories. This year's exhibition was again held in the foyer of the Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch 21 August to 3 September.

Watch our news pages for results and updates.

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