YOUNG farmers who like their drama will be hoping to entertain enough to progress to the next round of a national competition.

The Northumberland Young Farmers’ Club Entertainment competition will run throughout the day on Sunday.

The young farmers’ clubs of Whitley Chapel, Stamfordham and a joint entry from Tritlington and Coquetdale will perform their plays to an audience at Hexham’s Queen’s Hall.

The winning entry from the three will go on to represent the county in the next round of the National Young Farmers’ Club Entertainment competition.

Curtains are up at 2pm with Whitley Chapel to kick off the proceedings.

Tyne Valley neighbours Stamfordham will follow, with Tritlington and Coquetdale bringing an entertaining day of drama to a close.

Stamfordham will be looking for a repeat success after the production of Where’s Me Teeth?, written by Philip Eggleston, earned the club victory last year.

Tickets are available by contacting the Northumerland Young Farmers’ Club office directly.

To book tickets, phone (01661) 872562 or email: countyoffice@northumberlandyfc.co.uk.