If you sing, act or play a musical instrument, Springboard provides a platform for you.
- Springboard offers a range of competitive and non-competitive classes and workshops, conducted in a friendly and supportive environment.
- Performers receive invaluable verbal and written feedback from nationally accredited adjudicators, who are chosen for their encouraging approach.
- There are classes for music and drama students of all ages, which can lead to further performance opportunities.
- The festival is held annually during weekends in March at Brighton Girls GDST, Montpelier Road, Brighton, BN1 3AT.
- Entries for the 2020 festival are now open via our online entry system.
- Closing dates for entries are: Speech & Drama 8 December 2019; Music 19 January 2020.
- Instrumentalists and singers who meet the required criteria will be eligible to be nominated for the District-level heats of the Rotary Young Musician Competition.
- We are delighted that Brighton & Hove Soiree Rotary Club has made a fund available that enables Springboard to offer a number of discretionary subsidies, based on need, to help pay for the cost of an accompanist. Click here for further details.
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Speech & Drama
6–8, 13–15, 20–21 March 2020
29 March 2020
7 March 2020
29 Feb–1 March; 28 March 2020
21–22 March 2020
14–15 March 2020
Woodwind & Brass
8 March 2020