Welcome to Theale Show!

Enter our "Virtual" Show!

Due to COVID-19, we can’t hold a “live” Show this Spring, so we’re going to have a “Virtual” one again!  There are fewer, but still varied, Classes for you to enter and have the opportunity to win a PRIZE!  All you have to do is to create an exhibit for a specific Class, take a photo of it and send the photo (not the actual exhibit!) to us enter it into the Competition.  It’s completely free!

Download the schedule of competition classes

The best entry in a Section, at the Judge’s discretion, will win the entrant a £10 Voucher they can spend!  And we’ll display all of the exhibit photos on our website www.thealeshow.com after 3pm on 17th April.

How to enter Theale Virtual Show Spring 2021

  • All entries are FREE!
  • Create an exhibit for the Class you choose (you can only make & enter one exhibit per Class but there are 31 Classes)
  • Take one photo of each exhibit and send in your photo(s) by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. together with your name. We’ll confirm receipt & send you a link so you can tell us your name and contact details unless you can include these in an email.
  • All entries to be submitted online to be received by 9pm on Wednesday 14th No late entries will be accepted
  • Our Judges will consider each photograph of your exhibit in each Class and award a Voucher for First Prize in that Category. We’ll contact the winners after 17 April and get their prize to them!

CLICK HERE TO ENTER ONLINE!

 Prizes for 2021

A £10 Voucher prize will be awarded for the best exhibit in each Section of classes, as follows:

  • Children age 5 and below
  • Children age 6 – 9
  • Children age 10 – 13 and Young people age 14 – 18
  • Handicrafts
  • Flower arrangements
  • Flowers/plants
  • In the garden
  • Photography

Download the schedule of competition classes

Looking forward to 2021 !

We plan to hold our annual Show on 4th September 2021 in and around Theale,  but we'll see what happens nearer the time!  But reserve the date now and start creating or growing your entries....

We're also organising additional fundraising and fun raising events during the year, with the first being a Quiz on Saturday 13th February (online or socially distanced in the Village Hall). Call our information line on 01934 806157 to reserve tickets.

As we had great success with our "virtual" Show last September,  we plan another one in 2021 on Saturday 17th April 2021.  If we can,  we'll make this a social event too in Theale Village Hall.  Come back here for more details!

The Show is always looking for additional help and supporters so email us on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to find out more!

Thank you for all your support over the last year and look forward to seeing you sometime during 2021, hopefully face to face!


 

Theale "Virtual" Show - many thanks!

A lot of villagers entered our "virtual" competition and we've finished judging the entries.  We had over 120 entries - many more than we expected!  

Here's the list of Class Winners.  They'll be getting their Class Certificates via email and we'll announce the Winners of each Section very soon (they'll be notified by email first).

Class Number

Class Name (click on Class Name for photos)

Winner

 

1

Decorated paper plate

Eden

Isaac

2

Painting or drawing - "My favourite animal"

Pippa

Hutchinson

3

A picture made with your hand-print

Emmie

Hutchinson

4

Write a poem on any subject

Ana

Coulter

5

A Lego® model, not from a kit

Zachary

King

6

Coloured picture drawing “My hero!”

Ana

Coulter

9

Photograph on the subject of "Family"

Ana

Coulter

10

Something you’ve made with re-cycled materials

Zachary

King

11

A Lego® model, not from a kit

Nathaniel

King

13

Photograph of “Nature”

Jessica

Baker

17

Homemade greetings card

Jacqui

Redman

18

Something you’ve made during ‘lockdown’ in any medium

Diane

Skeer

19

A hat decorated with fresh flowers

Diane

Skeer

20

Flower arrangement in a teacup and saucer

Rebecca

Butterworth

21

Jug of flowers for a kitchen table

Diane

Skeer

22

A cactus or succulent

Jane

Bewick

23

Fuchsia plant

Dave

Bodley

24

Flowering pot plant - not fuchsia

Jacqueline

Scriven

26

A tub or pot of flowering plants, in situ, in your garden.

Anne

Blandford

27

The flowering plant you are most proud of

Frances

Rabbitts

28

A border of flowering plants and foliage, in your garden

Lesley

Gwyther

29

Bowl of roses - 5 stems - can be assorted colours and variety

Dorothy

Rice

30

Vase of mixed Dahlias - 5 blooms

Ted

Hatch

31

5 stems of any other cut flower – all the same variety.

Amanda & Trevor

Carver & Prideaux

32

Sunflower – the biggest flower head

Amanda & Trevor

Carver & Prideaux

33

5 Outdoor Tomatoes with stems (same variety)

Amanda & Trevor

Carver & Prideaux

34

5 Indoor Tomatoes with stems  (same variety)

Dorothy

Rice

35

5 cherry tomatoes with stems  (same variety)

Dave

Bodley

36

Single Pumpkin

Amanda & Trevor

Carver & Prideaux

37

Longest Runner Bean

Amanda & Trevor

Carver & Prideaux

38

A collection of vegetables – 3 - 5 varieties (2 of each type, can include tomatoes).

Amanda & Trevor

Carver & Prideaux

39

The vegetable you grew, which you are the most proud of. One type

Amanda & Trevor

Carver & Prideaux

40

The fruit you grew, which you are the most proud of. One type

Ted

Hatch

41

Bowl of fruit you grew from the garden, at least 3 types.

Ted

Hatch

42

Photograph  "Sustainability"

Margaret

Farnie

43

Photograph on the subject of "A local celebration” (Black & White, Sepia or Grey Scale)

Jacqui

Redman

44

Group of four photographs - "Energy!"

Tony

Rewston

45

Photograph of Christchurch, Theale

Anne

Blandford