BHAC : 1987

1987 : Brighton & Hove Arts Council’s Full-Length Drama Competition

Adjudicator : George Rawlins

Competitors : in order of appearance

September 16 – 19

Spotlight Theatre Company

By Peter Terson
Produced by unknown

September 22 – 26

Southwick Players

Born in the Gardens
By Peter Nichols
Produced by Barry Heselden

October 14 – 17

Wick Theatre Company

Key for Two
By John Chapman & Dave Freeman
Produced by Karen Mulholland

October 23, 24 & 30 – 31

Rottingdean Drama Society

Pack of Lies
By Hugh Whitemore
Produced by France Acton

November 5 – 7

Una Productions

Agnes of God
By John Peilmeyer
Produced by Gerald Lane & Pat Hope

November 8 – 14

New Venture Theatre Company

Children of the Lesser God
By Mark Medoff
Produced by Tony Brownings

November 14 – 21

Lewes Theatre Club

By Jean-Paul Satre
Produced by Olive Ellis

November 19 – 21

Sackville Players

A Tomb With A View
By Norman Robbins
Produced by Pauline Howlett

November 26 -28

Brighton Arts Theatre

The Imaginary Invalid
By Moliere
Produced by Edwin Earl

November 26 – 28

Prospect Drama at Brighthelm

A Man For All Seasons
By Robert Bolt
Produced by Jimmy Knight

1987 : Brighton & Hove Arts Council’s Drama Awards Evening

When : December 7 1987

Where : Hove Norton Road Town Hall Banqueting Room

Best Overall Production

Lewes Theatre Club

The Runners-up

Brighton Arts Theatre
The Imaginary Invalid

Best Stage Setting

Wick Theatre Company
Key for Two

Adjudicator’s Award

Patricia Hope
for overall service to amateur theatre, outstanding personal performance and highly comptent direction and art work in “Agnes of God” performed by Una Productions and front of house work with Sackville Players

Special Award

New Venture Theatre
for sustained commitment in prepration of a most worthwhile play that would not normally be tackled by amateurs