Brighton & Hove Arts Council : Full-Length Drama Competition

Brighton & Hove Arts Council was founded in 1974 by a group of enthusiasts to support and promote the not-for-profit arts sector in Brighton, Hove and beyond who are actively practising the creative and interpretive arts.

Brighton & Hove Arts Council organises a variety of entertainments and social events, competitions and exhibitions.

In 1984 Brighton & Hove Arts Council revived the Full-Length Drama Competition

 

1984

Won by: New Venture Theatre : Rose

 

1985

Won by: Wick Theatre Company : Abigail’s Party

 

1986

Won by: ? : ?

 

1987

Won by: ? : ?

 

1988

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1989

Won by: ? : ?

 

1990

Won by: Brighton Arts Group : ?

 

1991

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1992

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1993

Won by: Wick Theatre Company : Travesties

 

1994

Won by: The Rottingdean Players : The Accrington Pals

 

1995

Won by: Wick Theatre Company : Les Liaisons Dangereuses

 

1996

Won by: New Venture Theatre : ?

 

1997

Won by: New Venture Theatre : After the Fall

 

1998

Won by: ? : ?

 

1999

Won by: Wick Theatre Company : Arcadia

 

2000

Won by: Rottingdean Drama Society : Lysistrata

 

2001

Won by: Forest Row Dramatic Society : Prin

 

2002

Won by: ? : ?

 

2003

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2004

Drama Competition cancelled

 

2005

Won by: Southwick Players : Teechers

 

2006

Won by: Southwick Players : Look Back in Anger

 

2007

Drama Competition cancelled

 

2008

Won by: Wick Theatre Company : Richard lll

 

2009

Won by: New Venture Theatre : Art

 

2010

Won by: Southwick Players : Cold Comfort Farm

 

2011

Won by: New Venture Theatre : Iron

 

2012

Won by: New Venture Theatre : The Price

 

2013

Won by: Brighton Little Theatre : Loveplay

 

2014

Won by: The Southwick Players : Far From The Madding Crowd

 

2015

Won by: Southwick Players : Be My Baby

 

2016

Won by: Lancing Repertory Players : Bouncers

 

2017

Won by: Henfield Theatre Company : Billy Liar