Bristol One Act Drama Festival 2022
Thursday 10th to Saturday 12th February 2022
Adjudicator Paul Fowler GoDA
It was great to be back and to present another successful Festival.
Many thanks to all the participating groups for presenting a selection of interesting and well acted plays.

See our 2022 Festival page for full details of winners

Congratulations to the overall winners who will go on to present their shows at the next stage of Festivals

Wulf and Eadwacer Theatre
Festival winners with "Hug Me in Paradise" by William Groucutt
will present it again on Saturday 7th May at the
All England Theatre Festival  Western Area Final 
at the Merlin Theatre, Frome BA11 2HG

St Alban's Players Youth 
Winning youth group with "A Cut in the Rates" by Alan Ayckbourn
will present it again on Sunday 8th May at the
Five Counties Youth Drama Festival 

at the Merlin Theatre, Frome BA11 2HG

Please come along to support them
Tickets for both days available from the Merlin Theatre Box Office
online at   
(78p transaction charge per ticket)
or telephone 01373 465949 weekdays 10am - 1pm 

There are afternoon and evening sessions on both days
Saturday 7 May - AETF Western Area Final - sessions at 2.30pm and 7pm
Tickets for 
£10 per session or £15 for both sessions
Sunday 8 May - Five Counties Youth Drama Festival - sessions at 2pm and 7pm
Whole day tickets for - £10 for adults, £5 for children (school age). 

The Bristol One Act Drama Festival is a preliminary round of the All England Theatre Festival showcasing entries from drama groups around the Bristol area.
Look out for details of our 2023 Festival taking place next February.



Many Thanks to this year's Sponsors
Tiger Trophies 
La Campagnola Restaurant
Actionprint Printers
Enlightened Lighting
John Pearce's Bowls Shop

The Olympus Theatre, Wise Campus, SGS College, Stoke Gifford, Bristol, BS34 8LP

 is a 250-seat state-of-the-art theatre space at the Wise Campus of the South Gloucestershire and Stroud college in Stoke Gifford, Bristol.   The Wise Campus is mixed Performing Arts and Sports campus

Please note that the Olympus Theatre shares its car park with the Wise Campus sports facilities and at times parking space can be limited and, with this in mind, the Festival committee suggests

you give yourself ample time to park prior to our prompt 7:00pm start time. 

Please note that the car park charges for parking.  Pay and Display machines are on site charging

approximately £1 per hour