2013: Results

The full list of winners for the 2013 Festival is as follows:


The BBC Wiltshire Audience Award

Clarendon Players for ‘Good Things’ by Liz Lochhead


The June Thompson Memorial Cup for Dramatic Endeavour

Pewsey Vale Amateur Dramatic Society (Youth Section) for ‘Blood’, by Nettie Powell

Nomination:

  • Swindon Act for ‘Search Party’ by its cast

The Matthew Herring Award for Originality or Achievement in Technical Theatre

Herculean Players for ‘For King and Country (and Me)’, by Iris Bartle

Nominations:

  • Pewsey Vale Amateur Dramatic Society (Youth Section) for ‘Blood’ by Nettie Powell

The Swindon Advertiser Award for an Original Production

Whole Hog Productions for ‘Funny Ha Ha’, by Matthew Clift and Becky Cann

Nominations:

  • Whole Hog Productions for ‘Wet Work’ by Darren Little
  • Pewsey Vale Amateur Dramatic Society (Youth Section) for ‘Blood’ by Nettie Powell
  • Herculean Players for ‘For King and Country (and Me)’ by Iris Bartle

The Beryldene Hunt Cup for the Best Performance by a Junior Actor

Katie Wakeham as Queenie in ‘Blood’, by Nettie Powell, performed by Pewsey Vale Amateur Dramatic Society (Youth Section)

Nominations:

  • Scarlett Martin, Tilly Goldsmith, and Milla Callis Nicholls as The Clots in ‘Blood’ by Nettie Powell, performed by Pewsey Vale Amateur Dramatic Society (Youth Section)
  • Daniel Smith as Porphy in ‘Blood’ by Nettie Powell, performed by Pewsey Vale Amateur Dramatic Society (Youth Section)
  • Anna Gent as Ery in ‘Blood’ by Nettie Powell, performed by Pewsey Vale Amateur Dramatic Society (Youth Section)

The Brenda Lilley Loving Cup for the Best Performance by a Youth

Pewsey Vale Amateur Dramatic Society (Youth Section) for ‘Blood’, by Nettie Powell


The Cheshire Trophy for Best Adult Actress in a Supporting Role

Patsy Bartlett as Margaret in ‘For King and Country (and Me)’, by Iris Bartle, performed by The Herculean Players

Nominations:

  • Emma Coady as Jenny in ‘Towpath’ by Robert Iles, performed by Pewsey Vale Amateur Dramatic Society
  • Mary Nash as Caretaker in ‘For King and Country (and Me)’ by Iris Bartle, performed by The Herculean Players

The Lester Trophy for Best Adult Actor in a Supporting Role

Kevin Wilson as Peter in ‘The Telescope’, by by Kevin Wilson, performed by Original Theatre

Nominations:

  • Dominic Persinger as Billy Puppet ‘Strings’ by its cast, performed by the New College Stage Company
  • Glenn Chapman as the Policeman ‘Good Things’ by Liz Lochhead, performed by The Clarendon Players

The Audrey Suter Trophy for Best Adult Performance by an Actress

Becky Cann as Clown 2 ‘Funny Ha Ha’, by Matthew Clift and Becky Cann, performed by Whole Hog Productions

Nominations:

  • Avril Allsop as Pamela in ‘Towpath’ by Robert Iles, performed by Pewsey Vale Amateur Dramatic Society
  • Wendy Mitchell for ‘as Susan in’ by Liz Lochhead, performed by The Clarendon Players

The Audrey Suter Trophy for Best Adult Performance by an Actor

Darren Little as Clown 1 in ‘Funny Ha Ha’, by Matthew Clift and Becky Cann, performed by Whole Hog Productions

Nominations:

  • Matthew Clift as Phil in ‘Wet Work’ by Darren Little, performed by Whole Hog Productions
  • Darren Little as Charlie in ‘Wet Work’ by Darren Little, performed by Whole Hog Productions

The Peter English Award for Best Direction

Matthew Clift for ‘Wet Work’, by Darren Little, performed by Whole Hog Productions

Nominations:

  • Nettie Powell for ‘Blood’ by Nettie Powell, performed by Pewsey Vale Amateur Dramatic Society (Youth Section)
  • Matthew Clift for ‘Funny Ha Ha’ by Matthew Clift and Becky Cann, performed by Whole Hog Productions

The Charles Grace Cup for the Runners Up

Whole Hog Productions for ‘Wet Work’, by Darren Little, performed by Whole Hog Productions

Nominations:

  • Clarendon Players for ‘Good Things’ by Liz Lochhead
  • Pewsey Vale Amateur Dramatic Society (Youth Section) for ‘Blood’ by Nettie Powell
  • Original Theatre for ‘Telescope’ by Kevin Wilson

The Betty Peck Rose Bowl for the Winning Play

Whole Hog Productions for ‘Funny Ha Ha’, by Matthew Clift and Becky Cann

Nominations:

  • Pewsey Vale Amateur Dramatic Society (Youth Section) for ‘Blood’ by Nettie Powell
  • Original Theatre for ‘Telescope’ by Kevin Wilson
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