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BHAC : 1999

1999 : Brighton & Hove Arts Council’s ‘Silver Jubilee’ Full-Length Drama Competition


Adjudicator : Nicholas Young

Competitors : in order of appearance


1
September 15 – 18

The Southwick Players

Canterbury Tales
By Phil Woods & Michael Bogdanov
Produced by David Stenning

2
September 30 – October 2

Second Impression Theatre Company

In Bed With Harry
By David Weedall
Produced by Andy Back and David Weedall

3
October 6 – 9

Wick Theatre Company

Arcadia
By Tom Stoppard
Producd by Bob Ryder

4
October 7 – 9

Armchair Theatre Group

Suspects
By Giles Cole
Produced by Peggy Moore

5
October 18 – 23

Hurstpierpoint Players

Abigail’s Party
By Mike Leigh
Produced by Chris Blenkinsop

6
October 15 – 16 & 21 – 23

Rottingdean Drama Society

Filumena
By Eduardo de Filippo
Produced by Edward Rayner

7
October 22 – 23

Hassocks Theatre Guild

So What Do We Do About Henry?
By Charlotte Hastings
Produced by Ian de le Vingne

8
October 26 – 30

Sackville Players

Gilbert & Sullivan
By Vicyor Leeds
Produced by Lucy Lea

9
October 30 – November 6

New Venture Theatre

Two
By Jim Cartwright
Produced by Jenny Lloyd Lyons

10
November 2 – 6

Forest Row Dramatic Society

Daisy Pulls It Off
By Denise Deegan
Produced by Judy Buchanan

11
November 11 – 13

Breakthrough Theatre Company

Billy Liar
By Keith Waterhouse & Willis Hall
Produced by Ronnie Mayes

12
November 19 – 27

Seaford Dramatic Society

Arsenic and Old Lace
By Joseph Kesselring
Produced by Phyllis Mortimer


1999 : Brighton & Hove Arts Council’s Drama Awards Evening


When : December 13

Where : Hove Norton Road Town Hall Banqueting Room


Bea Waters Challenge Cup for Best Overall Production

Wick Theatre Company
Arcadia

Arthur Churchill Award For Excellence – runners-up

Forest Row Dramatic Society
Daisy Pulls It Off

Gabbus Denney Director’s Award

Phyllis Mortimer
Seaford Dramatic Society
Arsenic and Old Lace

Best Actor

David Creedon for his magnificent and varied performance of a difficult but rewardingly entertaining part as Bernard Nightingale
Arcadia
Wick Theatre Company

Best Actress

Jenny Knight for her hilarious, amusing and painfully tragic performances allcombined in one role as the Landlady and Customers
Two
New Venture Theatre

Best Comedy Man

David Weedall in the part of Ollie
In Bed With Harry
Second Impression Theatre Company

Best Comedy Woman

Sally Hanman in the character of Trixie Martin
Daisy Pulls It Off
Forest Row Dramatic Society

Best Supporting Actor

Dorothy Hemsley as Martha Brewster
Arsenic and Old Lace
Seaford Drama Society

Best Stage Setting

Rottingdean Drama Society
Filumena

Adjudicator’s Award for Best Ensemble Production

Arsenic and Old Lace
Seaford Dramatic Society

Chairman’s Award

Wick Theatre Company
Rosemary Bouchy & Team for the best design of publicity and associated supporting and promotional material

Special Merit Award

Annette Annear for her panache and unselfishness in stripping to her bathing costume in her part as Pat
Gilbert & Sullivan
Sackville Players