PLEASECHECK GENERAL RULES AT FRONT OF SCHEDULE.
NB: Norehearsal is allowed on stage during the Eisteddfod.
GeneralConditions: Prompting is not permitted. No second starts are permitted. Performers are not to enter into audienceseating areas during their performance.
Curtainsand Effects: No use of tabs,scrims or fly bars is permitted and nothing is to be attached to curtains. A small choiceof colour washes is set by the theatre. Spotlights,special lighting effects and cyclorama lights are not available. Blackouts during aperformance are not permitted. Nolighted candles, naked flames, sparklers, or pyrotechnics are allowed. Performances may begin and end with ablackout if the performer provides a helper to advise the operator when to cuethe lights.
Copyright: All entrants must provide a copy of thescript/prose/poetry for the adjudicator. All entrants must adhere to copyright rules, as thisis the sole responsibility of the entrant.
Sound: CD facilities are available but microphones are notpermitted. The entrant must provide ahelper to advise sound operators of sound cues. The pianos are not available.
Sets: Sets should be as minimal as possible and freestanding. Delivery and removal of setsfrom theatre premises is the responsibilityof the entrant. Set-up and strike timesmust be adhered to. The theatre providesno part of any set. Performers mustprovide their own backstage helpers, who need to wear black clothing ifentering the stage area at any time. Stage size is 10 metres deep by 12 metres wide.
Set-upand strike times: Mono/Duologues - 1 minute to set-up, 1 minuteto strike
School Groups - 3minutes to set-up, 2 minutes to strike