Online entries for the 2016 Festival is now closed.

We have many new classes this year as well as the old 'favourites. 

Please see the Enter Festival 2016 section in the side panel for details of all classes and how to enter online. 

Paper entries can also be accepted if you print off the application form and send it to the relevant secretary.

See side panel for link to Syllabus and Entry Form

 Entries will close on 31 March 2016.

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STOP PRESS: Due to family commitments, with much regret, John Cushing will not be able to adjudicate for us in the woodwind and brass section this year. (We hope he can join us next year). The excellent news is that Malcolm Green has agreed to step into the breach and adjudicate the section for us. Malcolm is a renowned soloist, teacher and adjudicator and we look forward to seeing him in June. His biography can be found in the syllabus section. 

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 NOTE: Dates and locations for the sections are as follows.

Stage Dancing - 28, 29, 30, 31 May & 4, 5 June Royal Spa Centre

Instrumental

11 & 12 June - Strings, Kingsley school

19 June - Woodwind & Brass, Kingsley school

22 June - Pipe Organ, Holy Trinity Church

26 June - Harps, The Sydni Centre

25, 26 June & 2, 3 July - Pianoforte, Kingsley school

1 & 2 July - Classical Guitar, Dale St Methodist Church

Schools - 17 June, Holy Trinity Church

Vocal

Adults: 4 & 11 June Dale St Methodist Church Hall

(see Enter the Festival section for individual class dates)

Juniors: 18 June Dale St Methodist Church Hall

Speech & Drama - 17 & 18 June, Dale St Methodist Church

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Errata: Guitar Section. Class 266 The Brian Penny cup is for solo classical guitar and not steel string.

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The Leamington Spa Competitive Festival is a competitive Festival. The aims of the Festival are to help to promote and encourage the study and practice of the Arts of Music, Dance, and Speech and Drama in all their branches.

On this site you will find up to date information about the Festival and its organisation, details of each year's Festival activities as they are released and the classes take place, and the facility to download copies of documents for your own retention.

We hope that the site is useful to you, and if you have any comments and suggestions, these will always be welcome. Please address them in the first instance to Zoe Stokes, using the contacts page link on the menu on the left.

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