Speech & Drama Competition

Speech is to express thoughts and feelings by articulate sounds. Drama is a composition in prose or verse presenting in dialogue or pantomime a story involving conflict or contrast of character.

Royal South Street Society’s Speech and Drama competition is renowned for providing competitors with a challenging but relaxed environment in front of outstanding adjudicators. Competitors may enter prepared readings of poetry, recitation, impromptu mime, character performance, prepared readings, poem for two, group sections and improvisation sections.

Video of the wonderful Joy MacGilp competing for her second time at Royal South Street Society at 93 years young! Joy competed at Royal South Street Society in 1935 in Elocution at 8 years of age and again in 2020.

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