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Speech & Drama

All Federation Speech & Drama Adjudicators offer to adjudicate the following:

  • Verse Speaking
  • Prose Speaking/Reading
  • Religious Text Speaking (presented in English)
  • Dramatic Performance
  • Choral/Group/Public Speaking
  • Mime/Improvisation

For further guidance, S&D Adjudicators may include the following options within their adjudicating experience and, when they do, the list them after their names.
A: Original Composition in Verse/Prose
B: Musical Theatre
C: One Act Plays
D: Master Classes, Workshops / Other classes by consultation

Mary Ann Tear

Mary Ann is an adjudicator with The British and International Federation of Festivals, an examiner  for Trinity College London, choreographer, director and Performing Arts … Read more

Rebecca Thompson

Rebecca read Drama and English at Bristol University followed by a career in Radio journalism, working in both Drama and Documentaries.  After which Rebecca … Read more

Jenny ThorntonJenny Thornton

Jenny trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and, having led a performing arts team, now enjoys running her own performance centre, … Read more

Philip ThruppPhilip John Thrupp

Philip studied for a Diploma in Fine Art and Theatre Design at the Exeter College of Art and trained in speech and drama at … Read more

Margaret TomlinsonMargaret Tomlinson

Margaret has taught Speech and Drama in both primary and secondary schools and as a lecturer in the drama departments of Moray House College … Read more

Samantha Tucker

Samantha is a graduate of University of Wales, Aberystwyth, with a BA Honours Degree in Drama, specialising in Textual Analysis, Acting and Directing. Taking part … Read more

Rebecca Vines

Rebecca trained as a journalist at Cardiff University – during which time she wrote a weekly column for The Guardian newspaper – before moving … Read more

Arthur Webb

After graduating from Queen’s University with a BEd degree in English and Drama, Arthur studied at Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London and … Read more

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