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SCA – Twenty-Seventh Festival of Arts & Crafts

Southwick & Fishersgate Community Association – Twenty-Seventh Festival of Arts & Crafts

The Barn Theatre, Southwick Community Centre

April 11 & 12 1980

Adjudicator: Mike Tilbury

Winning Group: The Southwick Players

Best Actor: John Deall – The Southwick Players

Best Actress: Peggy Deall – The Southwick Players

One-Act Drama Festival

Competitors – in order of appearance:

1. Barns Green Players

Red Spy at Night

by Robert King

Produced by Unknown


2. Shoreham Little Theatre

Susanna & The Welsh Elders

by Margaret Wood

Produced by Unknown


3. The Southwick Players

Between Mouthfuls

by Alan Ayckbourn

Produced by Christopher Kenneford


4. Young Wick Theatre Company

Episode – a moment in the lives of the Brontes

by Douglas Jackson

Produced by Antony Muzzall assisted by Joanna Steele

Tony Muzzall
Rosemary Biggs
Emily Reed
Amanda Dawes
Caroline Ockenden


5. Wick Theatre Company

Lunch Hour

by John Mortimer

Produced by Ralph Dawes

Keith Denyer
Jane Vrettos
Betty Dawes


6. Young Wick Theatre Company ( non-competitive )

The Cat

by John Reason

Produced by Alan Gray & Katie Steele

Claire Tucker
Alison Ward
Alan Gray
Amanda Fenton
Karen Mulholland
Clive Ford
Nicholas Thorne
Jonathon Dawes
Sarah Ockenden