Who won what in 2018?

14 awards were won by 6 groups on our one-day festival in 2018.

Mayhem Theatre Group (pictured) were the Overall Winner with their self-written play, Imagine.

They also picked up the awards for Best Original Piece of Theatre, Best Actor: Mark Moran, and Best Play.

Mayhem Theatre Group

Imagine ... by Stephen Moran

Just imagine the description ...

Best Original Piece of Theatre

Best Actor: Mark Moran

Best Play

Overall winner

Theatre 282

The Bench by Ian Dolman

It’s 1980 and a group of friends meet at their regular spot to send Tiff off to University.  We learn what has shaped their lives so far and their hopes for the future.  

Tiff hopes to go to University but will love get in the way?

Best Actress: Katherine Hill

Best Young Actress: Lydia Peters


Last Tango in Little Grimley by David Tristram

Membership of the local amateur drama society has dwindled to four.

Time for dramatic action. There's only one thing that sells tickets these days - sex. But how will the locals react to the promise of a sizzling sex comedy? All is revealed

Best Youth play

Best Comedy

Best Young Actor: Jordan Chan

Norbury Theatre Group

And Others ... by Dennis Bush

A journey through the mind and memory of Amanda, a 26 year-old woman.

And Others explores the dissociative identity disorder (multiple personality syndrome) that resulted from a trauma she suffered at thirteen.  

Seven personas – female and male – struggle for control

Best Director

Runner Up

Tewkesbury Arts and Dramatic Society (TADS)

Psychopath by Brenda Reid Brown

Tim and Susie have been seeing each other for nearly three years. It’s time they found out a bit more about each other…

Best Set

Norbury Theatre Group

Cruise Missile

When Janet embarks on her first cruise, she finds herself overwhelmed by the array of delights on offer.

However, there is a fellow passenger who is only too willing to be her guide and mentor.