Welwyn Garden City centenary celebrations in need of musicians, dancers, actors and comedians

PUBLISHED: 07:00 20 October 2018

Welwyn Garden City Centenary Foundation is appealing for performing artists to get involved in the 2020 celebations. 
Picture: David Barber, Festival of Music and Performing Arts project team leader

Welwyn Garden City Centenary Foundation is appealing for performing artists to get involved in the 2020 celebations. Picture: David Barber, Festival of Music and Performing Arts project team leader

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Are you involved in music, dance, drama or comedy?

Welwyn Garden City Centenary Foundation is appealing for performing artists to get involved in the 2020 celebations. 
Picture: WGC Centenary FoundationWelwyn Garden City Centenary Foundation is appealing for performing artists to get involved in the 2020 celebations. Picture: WGC Centenary Foundation

Welwyn Garden City Centenary Foundation is looking for people to get involved in the town’s 100-year celebrations, which include a music and performing arts festival.

Festival organisers are keen to involve as many members of the community as possible, whether you are professional or amateur.

Events will run throughout the year, including a two-week Summer Festival Extravaganza between June 27 and July 12 2020.

These events will showcase the wide range of local talent, with music, dance and theatre events to appeal to all tastes, ages and interests.

You can also offer your support to the centenary celebrations by getting involved in publicity and promotion of the events.

To find out more, pop along to the team’s social get-together at 7.30pm on October 29 at

Christchurch Baptist, Tewin Road, WGC.

RSVP: festival@wgccentenary.org

To get involved, you can also sign up at www.wgccentenary.org.

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