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Following on from our successful inaugural event, in 2018, and despite being postponed twice because of Covid, the Hebden Bridge Little Theatre Play Festival finally makes it to the stage.

The four one-act plays selected for the Festival are Angle of Drift by Jonathan Skinner, directed by Sharon Kelly, Happiness is a Journey by John Hill, directed by Katrina Heath, Terminal 1 by Dave Payne, directed by Vaughan Leslie, and Lightning Once by Martin Pursey, directed by Jenny Gore.

All four plays have made it through to the Festival, as finalists in our Play Write! 2020, new writing competition. They are all half an hour or less, original writing, and never previously published or performed.

The Festival takes place, over three nights, from Thursday 28 to Saturday 30 July 2022. The programme features all four short plays, making for a varied evening’s entertainment. Audiences can vote for their favourite play each night, for the Audience Prize. The Judge’s Prize (and Trophy) will be awarded to the overall winner, on Saturday night.

Join us for a feast of new writing!

Tickets: £10 / £8 concessions (not Saturday). Book now, online at https://hblt.co.uk/, or pay at the door.

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