Click on the files below to see and hear what people think of the Festival.

On the left is a testimonial video of a mum with her daughter who competed in the LSA Festival of Performing Arts Dance competition. There is also an audio file of the video (on the right) for those with limited bandwidth.

A dance competitor at the LSA Festival of Performing Arts Dance Festival talks about her weekend. There is also an audio file of the video (on the right) for those with limited bandwidth.

Louisa Stirland who won the Rosebowl in the LSA Festival of Performing Arts Music competition talks about the Music Festival. We have also included an audio file of the video (on the right) for those with limited bandwidth.

Several of the young performers in the Speech and Drama section give an overview of what the LSA Festival of Performing Arts means to them. We have also included an audio file of the video (on the right) for those with limited bandwidth.

On the left is a testimonial video of a young competitor from the LSA Festival of Performing Arts Music and Drama competitions. We have also included an audio file of the video (on the right) for those with limited bandwidth.

Eleanor comments that the LSA Festival is a great way for ‘musical people to get together and become a community’ – She is so right!

One Act Play Festival adjudicator, Chris Marlow, talks about his experience of the festival’s very first festival specifically for one act plays (2016).

Stephen Derbyshire, winner of the ‘Best Actor’ award with Blackburn Drama Club’s fantastic production of ‘Address Unknown‘ at the One Act Play Festival 2016.

Best Actress Award winner 2017, Cath Griffiths, and Best Supporting Actress Award winner 2017, Caron Holland, talk theatre!

Writers of ‘The Coach Trip’ discuss their collaborative process and how great the festival is!