Joyce and Madge share a picnic and reminisce about their younger years. Highest mark in the festival in Modern Groups. After seventeen years he leaves her, whereupon she sets about building a dream house in the hope that he will one day return to her. It involved a delightfully mismatched group of characters who were trying to resolve problems caused by an incompetent holiday rep and an over-amorous hotel manager. Congratulations to Alan Marshall on his Adjudicator’s Award for his set designs for four of the companies in the festival. There’s just one snag, who would have known there would be two Harold Spooks in the same prison and a Justice of the Peace, Mrs Fletcher-Brewer, staying at the Hook House hotel?
After seventeen years he leaves her, whereupon she sets about building a dream house in the hope that he will one day return to her. Oh, and we were second, again! There was also a nomination for Best Moment of Theatre. Auditions take place in November for Primary One children and then again at the end of each Key Stage. Best Stage Personality 10 years and under. A sincere word of thanks must go to Mrs Brown for this wonderful work! Charity Number NIC
The highest mark in Lyrical Groups.
Life isn’t easy for Roland and today Fate has something extra special in store for him: Best overall production and choreography of any Group in the Festival. This hilarious spoof of the best Agatha Christie traditions, with an assembled cast of characters guaranteed to delight: An accomplished, beautiful forty-year-old woman, The Mai has always sought an exceptional life.
Fred Baxter and Charlie Mullins, a pair of dubious villains, break Harold Spook out of prison to poratdown a bag containing stolen money which has been hidden in the Hook House hotel under the noses of the proprietor, the retired Major Catchpole, his wife and her sister.
Roland Dickerby runs a health farm dramaa his wife Julia, bought with the proceeds of a hefty insurance payout on the demise of Julia’s fwstival husband, Sidney.
Over pupils are prepared and entered individually for the eesults local Speech and Drama Festivals. Highest mark in Character Solo 10 years and under. Vickie is desperate to get her mother safely married but between her over eager boyfriend, a collapsible ironing board, an erotic screen and a mix up over the best man — not to mention an electrician who blows all the fuses — time is running out for them to get to the church.
The Clarence Players
The highest mark in Song and Dance Duets. Learning quickly to adapt, Reuslts decides to become a theatrical producer — with hilarioius, albeit satisfying results.
Our full-length festival production — Weekend Breaks by John Godber Directed by Frances Hastie — has just completed its festival run as follows: Banbridge Speech and Drama Festival A sincere word of thanks must go to Mrs Brown for this wonderful work!
Shimmell is smitten by Maggie, a flower seller who aspires to become a musical comedy star. Dorothy Wiley who was shortlisted for Best Actress received a certificate.
Tori Thompson was nominated for Best Actress. This is the hilarious story of a theatre group trying desperately to put on a play inspite of maddening interference from a haughty authoress who keeps revisiting the script.
The greenhorn, Shimmell, fresh from the old country, meets the older, wiser Cornelius, and is inveigled into buying his pushcart business. Best Stage Personality 11 years and over. The whole cast as well as the backstage team responsible for set, props, costume, sound and lights have also drawn high praise.
His wife, her twin sister, his son and even Borkman himself are all trapped in the suffocating atmosphere of this claustrophobic household. The highest mark in Song and Dance Solo. Their lives are linked by their love for the same man.
Newtownabbey, Bangor and Ards, Castlereagh and Belfast. Congratulations to Alan Marshall on his Adjudicator’s Award for his set designs for four of the companies in the festival. Although rssults production didn’t make it through to this year’s AUDF Finals it picked up several awards along the way:.
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Portadown Festival – Drama
Lewis and American poet Joy Davidman, her tragic death from cancer, and how this challenged Lewis’ Christian festivao. Highest mark in Character Solo 11 years and over.
Mrs Brown and Mr McCambley are extremely proud of all the children who took part in the festival. Highest prtadown in Group Choreography. Well meant help by the bride’s new-age friend adds further confusion and the discovery of a former lover brings matters to a head.
The boy with highest mark drxma Modern Solo. Our pupils also gained 17 silver medals, 22 bronze medals and over 30 highly commended certificates.
Complications arise when Cornelius returns with another pushcart and proceeds to compete with Shimmell at the same location. The Clarence Players took third place overall at Newtownabbey.
Bangor & Ards Drama Festival
There was also a nomination for Best Moment of Theatre. Highest mark in Tap Solo. The Association of Ulster Drama Festivals. Auditions take place in November for Primary One children and then again at the end of each Key Stage. See below for the full line-up:. Fish Out of Water was a comedy set in an Italian hotel. The school enjoys tremendous success at these festivals with all of our children gaining high marks and huge numbers of certificates, medals and trophies.
Well done to everyone concerned! Act 1 is a rehearsal of the festivval show, Act 2 the near disastrous dress rehearsal, and the final act is the actual fesults in which anything that can go wrong does. But will the murderer be unmasked before everyone else has met their doom, or will audiences die laughing first?
Another first and another Best Director award for Carole Stewart. Congratulations to everyone involved with the production. The most promising dancer in the Festival.
The highest mark in Lyrical Duets.