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BHAC : 1993

1993 : Brighton & Hove Arts Council’s Full-Length Drama Competition


Adjudicators : Jan Wagstaff #1 – 7 & 10 – 11 & Nicholas Young for #8 – 9

Competitors : in order of appearance


1
October 6 – 9

Wick Theatre Company

Travesties
By Tom Stoppard
Produced by George & Charles Porter

2
October 7 – 9

The Sackville Players

Night Must Fall
By Emlyn Williams
Produced by Anita Gilson

3
October 10 – 16

Breakthrough Theatre Company

Dancing Master
By Ronnie Mayes
Produced by Ronnie Mayes

4
October 15 – 16 & 21 – 23

Rottingdean Drama Society

The Tempest
By William Shakespeare
Produced by Edward Rayner

5
October 16 – 17 & 19 – 23

The New Venture Theatre Company

Shakespeare Country
By Peter Whelan
Produced by Nigel Sharpe

6
October 21 – 23 & 28 – 30

Hurstpierpoint Players

Daisy Pulls It Off
By Denise Deegan
Produced by Frank Titford

7
October 28 – 30

Hassocks Theatre Guild

A Murder Is Announced
By Agatha Christie adapted for the stage by Leslie Darbon
Produced by Keith Jeffries

8
November 24 – 26

Armchair Theatre Company

Dangerous Obsession
By N J Crisp
Produced by Bob Harris & Sylvia Finch

9
November 25 – 27

Wivelsfield Little Theatre

Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime
By Constance Cox
Produced by Jane Billings

10
November 30 – December 4

Southwick Players

The Odd Couple [female version] By Neil Simon
Produced by Vicki Wood

11
December 1 – 4

Newick Amateur Dramatic Society

The Importance of Being Earnest
By Oscar Wilde
Produced by Mike Akhurst


1993 : Brighton & Hove Arts Council’s Drama Awards Evening


When : December 13 1993

Where : Hove Norton Road Town Hall Banqueting Room


Challenge Cup for Best Overall Production

Wick Theatre Company
Travesties

The Arthur Churchill Award For Excellence – runners-up

The Southwick Players
The Odd Couple

Best Director

Vikki Wood
The Southwick Players
The Odd Couple

Best Stage Setting

Hurstpierpoint Players
Daisy Pulls It Off
for their ingenious set

Adjudicator’s Award

Joan Braddock
Wick Theatre Company
for her sincere and poignant portrayal of Nadya

Merit Certificate

Maggie Hall
The Southwick Players
for her portrayal as Florence

Merit Certificate

Hadleigh Emberson
Rottingdean Drama Society
adjudged to be the best actor for his portrayal as Caliban

Merit Certificate

New Venture Theatre Company
for their Magical Production

Merit Certificate

Wivelsfield Little Theatre
for their beautiful costumes

Merit Certificate

Emma Prendergast
New Venture Theatre Company
for her Excellent Mime as ‘Webbo’
Shakespeare Country