SCA – Thirty-Second Festival of Arts & Crafts

Southwick & Fishersgate Community Association – Thirty-Second Festival of Arts & Crafts
Presents the First Round of the All England Theatre Festival

The Barn Theatre, Southwick Community Centre

March 15 & 16, 1985


Adjudicator: Roy Seammen

Winning Group: The Southwick Players

Best Actor: Alan Gray

Best Actress: Daphne Thornton – Wick Theatre Company


One-Act Drama Festival

Competitors – in order of appearance:


1
The Southwick Players

The Happy Journey

by Thornton Wilder
Produced by Robert Etteridge

 

2
The Castle Players

The Crocodile

by Isaac Stamper
Produced by Sheila Wright

 

3
Ferring Amateur Dramatic Society

Lunch Hour

by John Mortimer
Produced by Ken Dyer

 

4
Wick Theatre Company

The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen’s Guild Amateur Dramatic Society Murder Mystery

by David McGillivray & Walter Zerlin Jnr
Produced by Brian Moulton

Cast
Joan Bearman РSylvia (Inspector O’Reilly)
Daphne Thornton – Felicity (Pawn, A Butler, Col. King)
Rosemary Biggs – Audrey (Lady Doreen Bishop, Violet Bishop, Mrs. King, Joan Bishop)
Frances Moulton – Mrs. Reece (Clarissa Rook, Regine, Patricia Bishop)
Sally Bacon – Thelma (Daphne Bishop, Rose Bishop)
Brian Moulton – The Producer

 

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B.A.D. Productions

The Ragwomen of the Shambles

by Don Roberts
Produced by Hazel Collins

 

6
The Southwick Players

The Joker

by Pat Trevor
Produced by Robert Etteridge

Alan Gray – The Joker

 

7
Link-Miles Drama Group

Deadline Dawn

by Anthony Booth
Produced by Mary Jones