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SCA – Sixteenth Festival of Arts & Crafts

Southwick & Fishersgate Community Association – Sixteenth Festival of Arts & Crafts

The Barn Theatre, Southwick Community Centre

April 11 & 12, 1969.

Adjudicator: Mr Lionel D. Green

Winning Group: The Phoenix Players

Best Actor: Graham Hodge – Junior West Sussex Players

Best Actress: Joan Dickenson – The Phoenix Players

One-Act Drama Festival

Competitors – in order of appearance:

1. Southwick Players

All the Tea in China

by Wilfred Harvey

Produced by Sylvia Smithers


2. Phoenix Players

The Rose Tattoo

by Tennessee Williams
extract act 1, scenes 1,2,3

Produced by Pat Edwards


3. Junior West Sussex Players

The Browning Version

by Terence Rattigan

Produced by Tony MacMillan


4. Eskay Theatre Group

The Thistle in Donkey Field

by Richard Tydeman

Produced by Ian Middleton


5. Wick Theatre Company

Private Lives

by Noël Coward
extracts from act 1

Produced by Patrick Johnson

Patrick Johnson – Victor Prynne
Jean Porter – Amanda Prynne
David Creedon – Elyot Chase


6. Aquarius Theatre Group

The Apollo de Bellac

by Jean Giraudoux

Produced by Betty Midderigh


7. Horsham Dramatic Society

Thirty Minutes in a Street

by Beatrice Mayor

Produced by Margery Lee


8. Barns Green Players

A Nun’s Tale

by Kenneth Bird

Produced by Hilda Burroughs