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"Primrose Way" - 88 Theatre took Second Place at the 2017 SCDA Western Divisional Final.

 

"Beware The Jabberwock" - Bangor High School took First Place in Class A of the Eastern Regional of the 2017 Maine Drama Festival, gaining Commendations for Costume Design and Construction, Makeup Design and Special Effects Makeup, and Mythical Character movement, plus two Acting Awards.

"The Edge" - Stars Drama Club were Runners-Up at the 2017 SCDA Wigtown Disrict Festival.

 

"Primrose Way" - 88 Theatre took First Place and the Highest Production Marks, Best Stage Presentation and Audience Choice trophies at the 2017 SCDA Stewartry District Festival.

 

"Flushed" - Kilmaurs and District Young Farmers Club took First Place and the Best Set award at the 2017 SAYFC West Region Festival.

 

"Primrose Way" - Runnymede Drama Group were Winners and won Best Director (Judith Dolley) at the 2016 NDFA Leatherhead Festival plus a Best Actress Nomination (Anne Nunn) and a Best Actress Special Mention (Amy Hewson).

 

"Primrose Way" - Runnymede Drama Group were Runners-Up and won Best Actress (Anne Nunn) at the 2016 AETF Elmbridge Festival.

 

"Wolf Tale" - Saltburn ’53 Drama Group won Best Youth Production, Best Individual Youth Comedy Performer plus nominations for Best Festival Production and Best U18 Male Performer at the 2016 Saltburn Festival.

 

"The Edge" - Didcot Phoenix Senior Youth Drama Group were Overall Winners of the 2015 Wallingford Drama Festival, also winning Best Youth Production, Best Individual Performance (Corin Lawfull) and the Punters Prize.

 

“Flushed” - Abbey Players of Nuneaton won Best All Female Cast (Michelle Pipe, Rachel Spencer and Vicky Reilly) at the 2015 AETF Tamworth Hastilow Festival, going on to the AETF Central Area Eastern Quarter-Final.

 

"The Edge" - Didcot Phoenix Senior Youth Drama Group won the Punter's Prize at the 2015 Oxfordshire Drama Network Festival.

 

“Flushed” - Abbey Players of Nuneaton won Best Stage Presentation at the 2015 AETF Leicester and Rutland Festival and were nominated for Best Director (David Sedgwick) and Best Actress (Vicky Reilly as Meg).

 

"Beware the Jabberwock" – Weymouth High Theater Company won two Acting Awards, the Ensemble Acting Award and the Hair/Makeup/Costume Award at the Massachusetts Educational Theater Guild State Final.

 

"Beware the Jabberwock" – Weymouth High Theater Company were Winners of the 2015 Massachusetts Educational Theater Guild High School State Semi-Final, gaining two Acting Awards and Best Costume & Make-up Design.

 

"Beware the Jabberwock" – Weymouth High Theater Company were Winners of the 2015 Massachusetts Educational Theater Guild High School Festival, gaining four individual Acting Awards, Best Ensemble, and the Hair/Makeup/Costume Team Award.

 

“Flushed” - Ury Players won Best Youth Team Performance at the 2015 SCDA Aberdeen District Festival, going on to appear at the SCDA Northern Divisional Final.

 

“Pig Tale” – Greenock Players Youth were Youth Winners at the 2015 SCDA Inverclyde District and won Best Stage Presentation at the SCDA Western Divisional Youth Final.

 

“Beware The Jabberwock” – Milford High School were placed third at the 2015 Southern Nebraska Conference Competition.

 

"The Edge" - Saltburn '53 Drama Group won the Youth Award, Best Youth Actor, Best Youth Actress, Most Effective 30 Seconds and the Audience Appreciation Award at the 2014 Sedgefield Drama Festival.

 

"Primrose Way" - at the 2014 Sedgefield Drama Festival Sedgefield Players won Best Production, Best Director and Best Actress  plus being nominated for Best Actress, Best Youth Actress, Best Costume, Best Set and Most Effective 30 Seconds.

 

"The Edge" -  Birchvale Players Juniors took Second Place at the 2014 SCDA Scottish National Youth Final.

 

"The Edge" -  Dolman Theatre Works won Best Youth Production and Best Youth Performer (Carys Parselle) at the 2014 Drama Association of Wales Gwent Festival.

 

"The Edge" -  Birchvale Players Juniors were Winners of the 2014 SCDA Western Divisional Youth Final.

 

“Pig Tale” – The Young Portonian Theatre Company took Third Place at the 2014 SCDA Falkirk District Festival.

 

"The Edge" -  Birchvale Players Juniors were Youth Winners at the 2014 SCDA Stewartry Disrtict Festival.

 

“Beware The Jabberwock” – Mildred Junior High School took Third Place at the 2014 University Interscholastic League in Texas.

 

“Pig Tale” – Saltburn ’53 Drama Group (Youth) won Best Youth Production, Best Youth ActressBest Youth Comedy ActressBest Cameo Performance and the Audience Award for Best Production at the 2014 Saltburn Drama Festival.

 

“Pig Tale” – Abbey Players were Open Festival (non-AETF) Winners, Overall Festival Runners-Up and won Most Promising Junior Actress at the 2014 AETF Tamworth Hastilow Festival, they were Runners-Up and won the Adjudicator’s Shield at the AETF Warwickshire Festivalwere Runners-up at the AETF Eastern Division Quarter-Final and Runners-Up at the AETF Semi-Final.

 

"The Edge" -  Kegworth Players Youth Arts were Runners-Up at the 2013 NANDA Youth Festival, also gaining Highly Commended Acting Certificates (Sadie Sweetland & James Highton)

 
“Primrose Way” - Tudor Players were placed Second, plus winning Best Actress and Most Promising Under 21 Performance, with a Special Mention for Costume, a Champagne Moment and nominations for Best Actress and Best Director at the 2013 Sheffield & District Theatre Association Festival.

 

"The Edge" - "...our production won four Awards at the 2013 Saltburn Drama Festival. The awards were for Best Production, the Audience Award ('The Edge' received more votes than all the other eight entries put together), the Best Youth Production and my two young actors Natasha Graham and Noah Harrison shared the Award for Best Youth Actor." (Tony Kirlew, director of Saltburn '53 Drama Group) 

 

“Beware The Jabberwock” – Lynnfield Middle School won the Gold Medal at the 2013 Massachusetts Middle School Festival.

 

“Friends and Neighbours” – Elgin Amateur Dramatic Society won Best Youth Production and Best Youth Actor (Grant Jamieson as Fraser) at the 2013 Moray Arts Club Festival.

 

“Beware The Jabberwock” – Cary Christian School won the Production Award, plus awards for Outstanding Achievement in Ensemble Acting, Excellence in Costume Design, Excellence in Acting, Outstanding Achievement in Acting and Excellence in Directing at the 2013 North Carolina Theatre Conference Festival 

 

“Nearly Up The Pole” - Les Rigolettes of Northern Lights Academy won Best Comedic Duo, Best Ensemble and the Directing Award at the 2013 Newfoundland & Labrador High School Drama Festival

 

“Beware The Jabberwock” – Fintry Amateur Dramatic Society Youth were 2012 SCDA Stirling District Youth Winners, Eastern Divisional Youth Final Winners and Scottish National Youth Final Winners

 

Beware The Jabberwock” – Leyton High School were Runners-up at the 2012 MAC Competition plus winning Best Actor and Best Actress Awards, while at the Nebraska Districts Festival they took Third Place, also winning five individual Outstanding Acting Awards.

 

“The Wise Villagers” - Peninver Players Juniors were Youth Winners of the 2012 Argyll Kintyre District Festival, going on to compete in the Western Division Youth Final.

 

“The Spiriting of Burd Ellen” – Peninver Players D C Juniors were Youth Winners of the 2011 Argyll Kintyre District One Act Festival, going on to the Western Division Youth Final

 

“Wolf Tale” –Highnam Young Players won Best Youth Play Runners Up, Best Male Performer under 18, Best Female Performer U18 Runner-Up, Best Female Performer U13 and a Best Female Performer U18 Nomination at the 2011 Gloucestershire One-Act Play Festival

 

“Beware The Jabberwock”  Biloxi High School won Best Supporting Actress and an All-star Cast Award at the 2011 Mississippi Statewide Festival.

 

“Pig Tale” – Hyde Little Theatre Youth Group won Best Junior Production, Best Junior Director and Most Promising Newcomer at the 2010 Hale Festival.

 

“Pig Tale” – Highnam Young Players won Best Youth Play, Best Female Youth Performer and Best Male Youth Performer Runner Up at the 2010 Gloucester Festival.

 

"The Edge" -  Blairgowrie Junior Players were Youth Winners of the 2010 SCDA Perthshire District Festival and took Second Place at the 2010 SCDA Northern Division Youth Final.

 

“Pig Tale” – Peninver Players Juniors were Youth Winners at the 2010 Argyll Kintyre District Festival and won Best Stage Presentation at the 2010 SCDA Western Division Youth Final.

 

"The Edge" -  Aberdour Youth Theatre won Best Moment of Theatre at the 2010 SCDA Fife District Youth Festival.

 

“Beware The Jabberwock” - Biloxi High School won the Distinguished Play Award, the Peer Choice Award (chosen by all the other entrants), Best Makeup, Outstanding Costume Design and three All Star Cast Awards at the 2010 South Mississippi High School Festival.

 

"The Edge" -  Young Oxted Players won Best Technical Presentatation at the 2008 AETF Southern Division Final.

 

"The Edge" - "We are thrilled to say that The Young Oxted Players swept the board at last night's Southern Counties Drama Festival and won Best Young Actor (Adam Farrell), Best Young Actress (Jo Cox), Best Stage Presentation, Best Junior Entry and Runner Up for the whole Festival! Five awards for one play appears to be an all time record at the festival. Our thanks to you for such a wonderful piece of theatre that had the audience totally gripped." (Young Oxted Players - 2008)

 

“The Spiriting of Burd Ellen” –Ravenshead Youth Theatre Group won Best Actress U12, Best Actor U12 and three Highly Commended Acting Awards at the 2008 Nottinghamshire Youth Theatre Festival.

 

“Going Home” - Glanmire Macra, Cork won the 2008 Macra na Feirme Cork One Act Competition. They then won the All Ireland Semi-Final also gaining Best Supporting Actor and Best Supporting Actress, going on to compete at the Macra na Feirme All Ireland Final.

 

“Scoundrels and Stratagems” - Hall Players won the Adjudicators Award at the 2008 Preston Festival, also being nominated for Best Production, Best Performance, Best Director and an Individual Achievement Award.

 

"The Edge" - Dingwall Academy won the 2007 SCDA Moray Firth Youth Festival, also gaining Highest Marks for Acting.

 

"The Edge" - Abbey Youth Drama Club gained Highest Marks for Acting at the 2007 SCDA Ayshire District Festival.

 

“The Spiriting of Burd Ellen”  Dingwall Academy were Winners and gained Highest Marks for Acting at the 2006 SCDA Moray Firth District Youth Festival, were Senior Winners of the Highland Division Youth Festival and went on to the Highland Division Final and the Scottish National Youth Final.

 

“Friends and Neighbours” – The Young Portonian Theatre Company were Youth winners and took Second Place Overall at the 2005 SCDA Falkirk District Festival. They went on to win the Eastern Division Youth Final and gained the Scottish Life and Character Award at the Eastern Division Final, going on to compete at the Scottish National Youth Final.

 

“The Spiriting of Burd Ellen” – Largs Junior Players were Youth Winners and gained Highest Marks for Youth Acting at the 2005 SCDA Ayrshire District Festival, going on to the SCDA Western Division Youth Final.

 

"The Spiriting of Burd Ellen" - "We performed your wonderful play and managed to win the Junior Section of the Highland Division. It was really good to find something in which we could cast the whole of our P6/7 and which allowed our strong players to perform. The humour, balance and pace really allowed us to show what they could do. Thanks." (Auchtertyre Primary School - 2005)

 

“Molly Whuppie and the Double-Faced Ogre” The Young Portonian Theatre Company were Youth Winners at the 2003 SCDA Falkirk District Festival, also gaining the Adjudicator’s Award and the Audience Award. They won the Eastern Division Youth Final, going on to the Scottish National Youth Final.

 

“Molly Whuppie and the Double-Faced Ogre”  Dingwall Academy took Third Place and gained Highest Marks for Acting at the 2003 Moray Firth District Youth Festival.

 

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