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BHAC : 1990

1990 : Brighton & Hove Arts Council’s Full-Length Drama Competition


Adjudicator : Michale Kremer

Competitors : in order of appearance


1
September 26 – 29

Wick Theatre Company

An Inspector Calls
By J. B.Priestley
Produced by Audrey Laye

2
October 9 – 13

Southwick Players

Present Laughter
By Noël Coward
Produced by Paddy Hartley

3
October 18 – 19

Brighton Arts Theatre

Ladies In Retirement
By Edward Percy & Reginald Denham
Produced by G Thomas Denney

4
October 19 – 20 & 26 – 27

Rottingdean Drama Society

Billy Liar
By Keith Waterhouse & Willis Hall
Produced by Sheila Doughty

5
October 25 – 27

Saltdean Drama Group

The Sound of Murder
By William Fairchild
Produced by Dennis Metherall

6
October 28 – November 3

New Venture Theatre Company

A Scent of Flowers
By James Saunders
Produced by Hamilton Wilson

7
November 8 -10

Sackville Players

The Chalk Garden
By Enid Bagnold
Produced by John Arrowsmith

8
November 24 – December 1

Lewes Theatre Club

Vivat Vivat Regina
By Robert Bolt
Produced by Brian Cooter

9
November 29 – December 1

Wivelsfield Little Theatre

A Murder Has Been Arranged
By Emlyn Williams
Produced by Rhonda Cox

10
November 29 – December 1

Armchair Theatre Group

Bedside Manners
By Derek Benfield
Produced by Bob Harris


1990 : Brighton & Hove Arts Council’s Drama Awards Evening


When : December 18 1990

Where : Hove Norton Road Town Hall Banqueting Room


Best Overall Production

Brighton Arts Group
Ladies In Retirement

Runner-up

Lewes Little Theatre
Vivat Vivat Regina

Best Stage Setting and Lighting

New Venture Theatre
A Scent of Flowers

Adjudicator’s Award

Armchair Theatre
Bedside Manners

Special Commendation

Southwick Players
Present Laughter

Verbal Commendation

Vic Gough
Wick Theatre Comany
for sustained menace through a long and difficult part as Inspector Goole

Verbal Commendation

Dennis Metherell
Saltdean Drama Group
for a well-observed, calculating bully as Charles Norbury

Verbal Commendation

Angus Dunn
Rottingdean Drama Society
for a skilful change from comedy to pathos as Billy

Verbal Commendation

Sandra Smith
Sackville Players
for sustained tension with finely judged compassion as Miss Madrigal

Verbal Commendation

Bill Baldock
Wivelsfield Little Theatre
for well-spoken, plausible villany as Maurice Mullins