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SCA – Thirty-Fifth Festival of Arts & Crafts

Southwick & Fishersgate Community Association – Thirty-Fifth Festival of Arts & Crafts
Presents the Southwick One-Act Drama Festival
[Note: No longer organised in conjunction with the All England Theatre Festival enabling Wick Theatre Company to enter after their 3-year ban in 1987]

The Barn Theatre, Southwick Community Centre

February 26 & 27 1988

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Adjudicator: Sidney C. Hogg L.R.A.M. [Speech and Drama]

Winning Group: Bognor Regis Drama Group

Best Actor: Vic Gough – Wick Theatre Company

Best Actress: Gill Colmer – Singer Link-Miles Drama Group

One-Act Drama Festival

Competitors – in order of appearance:

Castle Players

Roly Poly

by Barry L. Hillman

Produced by Judy Shiers

B.A.D. Productions

A selection from Mixed Doubles (an entertainment on marriage)

pieces by: George Melly – Alun Owen – David Campton

Produced by David Denyer

Wednesday Club

Ann and Debbie

by Lionel Goldstein

Produced by Kathleen Barnett

Wick Theatre Company

The Zeale Brothers

by George Porter (adapted from a story by Henry Williamson)

Produced by George Porter

Vic Gough – ‘Sailor’ Zeale
Ron Cheesman – Albert Ding, Landlord of the Higher House
Charles Porter – Henry Wiliamson, a young author
Ray Hopper – Sidney Zeale, a smallholder
Margaret Faggetter – Mrs. Liza Zeale, wife to Sidney

Bognor Regis Drama Group

The Four of Me

by Arthur Aldrich

Produced by Josephine Carter

Singer Link-Miles Drama Group

Untimely Ripp’d

by Maurice McLoughlin

Produced by Cheery Munnion