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8 comments on “Post your results

  1. Tony Flisch

    Glasgow Distict 2019
    The City of Glasgow trophy- 1st Place. New Victory Players
    Amateur Theatre trophy- 2nd Place. Kirkintilloch Players
    Ballantine trophy- 3rd Place Rutherglen rep
    Glasgow Youth trophy- Kirkintilloch youth
    Anne Brown trophy for the highest marks in acting. – New Victory Players
    Royalty Players trophy for best play depicting Scottish life and character – Kirkintilloch youth
    Hilda Hankin trophy for artistic achievement- Kirkintilloch youth

  2. Tony Flisch

    Stirling District Results 2019
    The Munro trophy (winner) SSSYFC “Little Grimley Presents Strictly Sex Factor (On Ice)” by David Tristram
    The Proctor Trophy (runner-up) FADS “Mrs G” by Mike Tibbetts
    Tarmachan Trophy (stage presentation) Killin DC “September In The Rain” by John Godber
    Jean Sinclair Quaich (best moment of theatre) SSSYFC “Little Grimley Presents Strictly Sex Factor (On Ice)” by David Tristram

  3. Diane White

    Fife District Results 2019

    Youth Festival Trophies

    Winning Team – SCDA Fife Youth Trophy – Dalgety Players Youth
    Best Moment of Theatre – SCDA Fife Youth Trophy – Dalgety Players Youth

    Open Festival Trophies

    Audience Appreciation – Janette Haddden Memorial Cup – Kirkcaldy Amateur Dramatic Society M -, Effie’s Burning
    Best Ensemble Playing – Leslie Centenary Salver – Aberdour Players B – Lights Over Tesco Car Park
    Best Moment of Comedy – Pam Lawson Salver – Leslie Amateur Dramatic Club M – Occam’s Chainsaw
    Best Moment of Theatre – Buckhaven Trophy – Kirkcaldy Amateur Dramatic Society M – Effie’s Burning
    Best Stage Presentation – Ivan Mentiplay Cup – Aberdour Players A – Creepers & Crawlers
    Highest Marks for Production – Jenny Greenaway Quaich – Kirkcaldy Amateur Dramatic Society M – Effie’s Burning
    Third Placed Team – Fife District Quaich – Aberdour Players A – Creepers & Crawlers
    Second Placed Team – George Benedetti Salver – Leslie Amateur Dramatic Club G – Nine
    Winning Team – Kirkcaldy Amateur Dramatic Society M -, Effie’s Burning

  4. Tracey Woods

    Moray Firth District Results 2019
    Douglas Hunter Rose Bowl 1st place Dingwall Players “Seeing Red” by Karen Ankers
    Macleod Trophy 2nd Place Buccaneer Theatre “Bride or Groom” by Andy Powrie & Bill Cashmore
    Alexander Glass Trophy 3rd Place Nairn Drama Club “A Different Way to Die” by Lynne Britney
    Mackenzie Shield Stage presentation – Nairn Drama Club “A Different Way to Die”
    Vera Hallett Trophy Acting – Dingwall Players “Seeing Red”
    Jane Singleton Trophy Production – Dingwall Players “Seeing Red”

  5. Tony Flisch

    Perthshire District 2019
    Best in Festival – Aberfeldy with Ae Fond Kiss by Ann-Marie Di Mambro
    Second – BIPs with La Tour Eiffel by Bob Davidson
    Third -Blairgowrie Players with Late Entry by David Tristram
    Best Youth – Blairgowrie Players with In Need of Care by David E Rowley
    Second Youth – Unmasqued with All by Myself by Robert Scott
    Best Stage Presentation went to Aberfeldy for Ae Fond Kiss
    Best Moment in Theatre went to Aberfeldy for Dear Mum by Anna Price and David Roy
    Scottish Life and Character went to Aberfeldy with Dear Mum.

  6. Margaret Sutherland

    Orkney District results 2019

    Challenge Cup [Winners]: Stromness Drama Club (Hamnavoe), “Shakers” by John Godber and Jane Thornton
    Firth Trophy [Second]: St Andrews Drama Club, “The Witches of Prestwick” by Joe Graham
    A C Hunter Cup [Third]: Palace Players (Bishops), “Huff Puff” by Shari Gledhill
    The Orcadian Youth Trophy: Stromness Drama Club (Youth), “A Handbag” by Anthony Horowitz
    Ernie Donaldson Trophy [Highest Marks in Direction]: St Andrews Drama Club, “The Witches of Prestwick”
    George Scott Cup [Best Stage Setting]: Palace Players (Bishops), “Huff Puff”
    St Magnus Parish Trophy [Rural District Winner]: St Andrews Drama Club, “The Witches of Prestwick”
    Isles Cup [Best Island Team]: Westray Drama Club, “A Mechanical Midsummer Night” by William Shakespeare adapted by David Mazza
    Corsie Cup [Best Moment of Theatre]: Stromness Drama Club (Youth), “A Handbag”

  7. Tony Flisch

    Edinburgh District 2019

    Winner Leitheatre with Zoo Story
    Runners Up: Arbery Productions with Bull
    Third Place: Edinburgh Graduate TG with An Actor’s Nightmare
    Highest Marks in Production: Jenny Tamplin, Edinburgh Graduates TG with An Actor’s Nightmare
    Best Stage Presentation: Arbury Productions with Bull
    Highest Marks for Acting: Leitheatre with Zoo Story
    Youth Festival Winners: Mill Youth Theatre with Zero for Young Dudes
    Best Moment of Theatre: Mill Youth Theatre with Zero for Young Dudes
    Fourth Place: Edinburgh Theatre Arts with Cagebirds.
    Four teams qualify to go on to the Eastern Division Festival

  8. Alan Mitchell

    Ayrshire District Results 2019
    Joe Corrie Cup (winner):Stewarton Drama Club ‘A Galway Girl’ by Geradline Aron
    Rodger trophy (runner-up):Dunlop Players ‘The Fat Lady Sings in Little Grimley’ by David Tristram
    Stanley Paton Salver (third place):not presented
    Alex McGregor Trophy (highest acting mark): Stewarton Drama Club ‘A Galway Girl’ by Geradline Aron
    David Brown Trophy (stage décor): Stewarton Drama Club ‘A Galway Girl’ by Geradline Aron
    The George Addison Trophy (for lighting): Stewarton Drama Club ‘A Galway Girl’ by Geradline Aron
    The Ayrshire Youth Trophy (winner): Largs Academy ‘Girls, Boys, Others’ by Dan Morrison
    The James B Love Trophy (highest youth acting marks): Largs Academy ‘Girls, Boys, Others’ by Dan Morrison.

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