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The Nominations

The winners were announced at the Awards Ceremony on 20 October 2019

 

CHRIS HARRIS AWARD for Best Variety/Revue/Pantomime

 

WINNER:  The Bradfordians Dramatic Society - Cinderella & Jack and The Beanstalk

Thornbury Musical Theatre Group - King Arthur

Timsbury Theatre Group - Little Red Riding Hood

 

 

FIRST CORPORATE COUP DE THEATRE AWARD

WINNER:  Bristol Musical Theatre - Mirroring Sequence before and during "What Causes That",

involving Bobby and Mr Zangler in "Crazy For You"

BLOC Productions - The flying ‘Chitty, Chitty’ car in ‘Chitty Chitty Bang Bang’
Bristol Musical Youth Productions - Motormouth’s rendition of ‘I Know Where I’ve Been’ in ‘Hairspray’

The Cotswold Players - The moment when Clarence gains his wings in ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’

The Kelvin Players Theatre Company - Marion Brazier’s cameo in ‘Road’

Yeovil Amateur Operatic Society - ‘Framed faces’ in ‘42nd Street’

 

 

SPIROLUX LIMITED AWARD FOR TECHNICAL ACHIEVEMENT

WINNER:  The Cotswold Players - ‘Anne Boleyn’ – lighting and projected images

Bristol Amateur Operatic Society Youth -  'High School Musical’ – lighting

The Bradfordians Dramatic Society - ‘Tess of the d’Urbervilles’ – lighting and effects

Bristol Musical Theatre - ‘Crazy for You’ – sound and lighting

Starlite Productions - ‘Aladdin’ – lighting, sound and stage management

Weston-super-Mare Operatic Society - ‘Cats’ – sound and lighting

Yeovil Amateur Operatic Society - ‘42nd Street’ – lighting and special effects

Zenith Youth Theatre Company - ‘Titanic – the Musical’ – lighting

 

 

DAVID HIGSON AWARD for BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR (Drama)

WINNER:  The Cotswold Players - Phil Domaille as Thomas Cromwell in ‘Anne Boleyn’

Bath Operatic and Dramatic Society - Duncan Mitchell as Bernard Nightingale in ‘Arcadia’

Clifton Amateur Dramatic Society - Jack Blackmore as Tom in ‘The Anniversary’

The Kelvin Players Theatre Company - Mike Luckett as Tolliver Groat in ‘Going Postal’

Sodbury Players - Richard Cottle as Harold Wilson in ‘The Audience’

The Trowbridge Players - Tony Giddings as Mr Partridge in ‘Hi De Hi’

QUARTET COMMUNITY FOUNDATION AWARD for BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS (Drama)

WINNER:  SPP Productions - Cynthia Goldstein as Doll Common in ‘Playhouse Creatures’

The Cotswold Players - Heidi Price as Lady Bracknell in ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’

Oldland Players - Natalie Brown as Annabella in ‘The 39 Steps’

Sodbury Players - Jade Meachin as Cassie Cooper in ‘Rumours’

Talent Art Box -  Jackie Brown as Social Worker in ‘The Lady in the Van’

Taunton Thespians - Nicki Bassett as Cecily Cardew in ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’

SOLUTIONS ON STAGE AWARD for BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR (Musical)

WINNER: Axminster Musical Theatre - Ben Malone as Eddie O’Grady in ‘Made in Dagenham’

BLOC Productions - Alex Milner as Boris in ‘Chitty Chitty Bang Bang’

BLOC Productions - Peter Cottell as Goran in ‘Chitty Chitty Bang Bang’

Exeter Musical Society - Liam Mabin as Doody in ‘Grease’

Keynsham Light Opera Group - Pip Knowles as Dennis/Sir Galahad/Prince Herbert in ‘Spamalot’

TOWERGATE INSURANCE AWARD for BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS (Musical)

WINNER:  The Worx Productions - Dani Copperstone as Sonja in ‘The Life’

Bath Operatic and Dramatic Society - Barbara Ingledew as Golde in ‘Fiddler on the Roof’

Bridgwater Operatic Society - Sarah Creswick as Mother Superiorin ‘Sister Act’

Bristol Amateur Operatic Society - Natalie Williams as Penelope Pennywise in ‘Urinetown’

Clevedon Light Opera Club - Kianna Ashton as Lucy Harris in ‘Jekyll & Hyde, the Musical’

Exmouth Musical Theatre Company - Penny Daw as Mother Superior in ‘Sister Act’

St Mary’s Players - Emily Sollors as Nancy in ‘Oliver!’

WALTER HAWKINS AWARD for CREATIVITY AND DESIGN

WINNER: St Mary’s Players - ‘Oliver!’- set design

Bristol Musical Youth Productions - ‘Half a Sixpence’ – choreography

Centre Stage, Exmouth - ‘Crazy For You’ – set design

The Kelvin Players Theatre Company - ‘Going Postal’ – set design

Thornbury Musical Theatre Group - ‘Into the Woods’ – set design and props

Zenith Youth Theatre Company - ‘Titanic – the Musical’ – set design & construction

MANOR PRINTING SERVICES AWARD for the BEST PUBLICITY MATERIAL

   

WINNER: St Alban’s Players - ‘Goodnight, Mr Tom’

Athenaeum Limelight Players - ‘Steel Magnolias’

The Bradfordians Dramatic Society - ‘Cinderella & Jack and the Beanstalk’

Just Us Productions - ‘Big Fish, the Musical’

St Philip & St James Church Drama Group - ‘Misjudged, the Easter Story on Trial’

Thornbury Musical Theatre Group - ‘Into the Woods’

PAMELA SOUTHERN AWARD for BEST ACTOR in a YOUTH PRODUCTION

WINNER: Zenith Youth Theatre Company - Marcus May as Andrews in ‘Titanic–the Musical’

Bristol Musical Youth Productions - Isaac Lewis as Arthur in ‘Half a Sixpence’

Centre Stage, Exmouth - Max Abrehart-Smith as The Artful Dodger in ‘Oliver!’

Curtain Up Theatre School - Ollie Woodhouse as Eddie in ‘Sister Act’

Sodbury Players Youth Section - Ryan Carroll as Sky in ‘Guys & Dolls’

Sodbury Players Youth Section - Jake Palmer as Nathan in ‘Guys & Dolls’

Zenith Youth Theatre Company - George Miles as Captain Smith in ‘Titanic–the Musical’

 

BARBARA MACRAE AWARD for BEST ACTRESS in a YOUTH PRODUCTION

WINNER:  Bristol Musical Youth Productions - Ruby Loftus as Tracy Turnblad in ‘Hairspray’

Bristol Amateur Operatic Society Youth - Maddie Walker as Gabriella Montez in ‘High School Musical’

Northavon Youth Theatre Company - Ella Bryant as Elle Woods in ‘Legally Blonde, the Musical’

Zenith Youth Theatre Company - Beth Hunger as Anita in ‘West Side Story’

 

 

T-WORX AWARD for BEST YOUTH ACTOR IN AN ADULT PRODUCTION

 

WINNER:  Bath Acting & Theatre Studio - Lollie McKenzie as Maggie in ‘Tusk Tusk’

The Bradfordians Dramatic Society - Tabitha Lamb as the Narrator’s Child in ‘Cinderella & Jack and The Beanstalk’

St Alban’s Players - Cosmo Kay as Zach in ‘Goodnight, Mr Tom’

Yeovil Amateur Operatic Society - Lewis Ward as Tobias Wragg in ‘Sweeney Todd’

 

 

JEAN FENNELL AWARD for BEST YOUTH PRODUCTION

WINNER:  Zenith Youth Theatre Company - ‘West Side Story’

Centre Stage, Exmouth - ‘Oliver!’

Curtain Up Theatre School - ‘The Addams Family’

Bristol Musical Youth Productions - ‘Hairspray’

Thornbury Musical Theatre Group Juniors - ‘Cats’

Zenith Youth Theatre Company - ‘Titanic – the Musical’

 

 

JOAN HAWKINS AWARD for BEST SHAKESPEARE, CLASSIC OR RESTORATION PLAY

 

WINNER:  The Cotswold Players - ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’

The Cotswold Players - ‘SWISH … again’

Taunton Thespians - ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’

AWARD FOR BEST OPERA/LIGHT OPERATIC PRODUCTION

 

WINNER:  Bath Gilbert & Sullivan Society - ‘The Pirates of Penzance’

TAOS Musical Theatre - ‘The Gondoliers’

BEVAN BRITTAN LLP SOLICITORS AWARD for BEST ACTOR (Drama)

 

WINNER:  The Kelvin Players Theatre Company - Sam Grayston as Ned in ‘Parlour Song’

Bath Operatic and Dramatic Society - Aaron Hooper as Septimus Hodge in ‘Arcadia’

The Bradfordians Dramatic Society - Gareth Lloyd as Elwood P Dowd in ‘Harvey’

Chedworth Drama - Ross Aldridge as Bernard in ‘Season’s Greetings’

Failand Drama Circle - Paul Eccleson as Jefferson Steel in ‘A Bunch of Amateurs’

The Kelvin Players Theatre Company - Alex Heath as Moist von Lipwig in ‘Going Postal’

The Kelvin Players Theatre Company - David Alexander as Andre in ‘The Father’

Taunton Thespians - maat ward as Algernon Moncrieff in ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’

 

 

EILEEN HARTLY HODDER AWARD for BEST ACTRESS (Drama)

 

WINNER:  The Kelvin Players Theatre Company - Fiona McClure as Anne in ‘The Father’

Athenaeum Limelight Players - Charlotte Stringer as Truvy Jones in ‘Steel Magnolias’

Bath Operatic and Dramatic Society - Lydia Stevens as Thomasina Coverly in ‘Arcadia’

Clifton Amateur Dramatic Society - Gill Cowen as Mum in ‘The Anniversary’

The Cotswold Players - Katie Smith as Gwendolyn Fairfax in ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’

Failand Drama Circle - Lisa Smith as Dorothy Nettle in ‘A Bunch of Amateurs’

St Ursula Players - Jo Deasey as Sara Fine in ‘Lucky Me’

 

 

BERNARD FENNELL AWARD for BEST ACTOR (Musical)

 

WINNER:  Thornbury Musical Theatre Group - Richard Prior as The Baker in ‘Into the Woods’

Bridgwater Operatic Society - Liam Frampton as Eddie in ‘Sister Act’

Clevedon Light Opera Club - John Prescott as Jekyll/Hyde in ’Jekyll & Hyde, the Musical’

The Cotswold Players - Jon Baron as Georg in ‘She Loves Me’

Glastonbury & Street Musical Comedy Society - Matthew Maisey as Gomez in ‘The Addams Family’

St Mary’s Players - Steve Woolley as Fagin in‘Oliver!’

 

MELANIE EVANS AWARD for BEST ACTRESS (Musical)

 

WINNER:  The Cotswold Players - Grace Hawker as Amalia Balash in ‘She Loves Me’

Axminster Musical Theatre - Laura Addy as Rita O’Grady in ‘Made in Dagenham’

BLOC Productions - Grace Macdonald as Truly Scrumptious in‘Chitty Chitty Bang Bang’

The Bradfordians Dramatic Society - Rachel Courage as the Narrator in ‘Cinderella & Jack and The Beanstalk’

Bridgwater Operatic Society - Natasha T Green as Deloris Van Cartier in ‘Sister Act’

Exeter Little Theatre Company - Elaine Kingston as Violet in ‘9-5, the Musical’

Starlite Productions - Yvonne Young as Aladdin in ‘Aladdin’

Tickenham Drama Group - Jenny Marsh as Amy in ‘Company’

 

JOHN COE AWARD for BEST DRAMATIC PRODUCTION

 

WINNER:  Bath Operatic and Dramatic Society - ‘Arcadia’

Bath Acting & Theatre Studio - ‘Tusk Tusk’

The Bradfordians Dramatic Society - ‘Harvey’

Clifton Amateur Dramatic Society- ‘The Anniversary’

The Cotswold Players - ‘Anne Boleyn’

The Kelvin Players Theatre Company - ‘The Father’

St Alban’s Players - ‘Neville’s Island’

Sodbury Players - ‘Rumours’

THE BRISTOL EVENING POST AWARD for BEST MUSICAL PRODUCTION

WINNER:  BLOC Productions - ‘Chitty Chitty Bang Bang’

Axminster Musical Theatre - ‘Made in Dagenham’

Bristol Amateur Operatic Society - ‘Urinetown’

Bristol Musical Theatre - ‘Crazy for You’

The Cotswold Players - ‘She Loves Me’

Exmouth Musical Theatre Company - ‘Sister Act’

Thornbury Musical Theatre Group - ‘Into the Woods’

Yeovil Amateur Operatic Society - ‘42nd Street’