Guide Awards 2013 - Best Amateur Drama Production

James Taylor at his desk in his office at 116 High Street, Old Portsmouth.

Those halcyon days when pen and paper just worked!

0
Have your say

THE winner of the 2013 Best Amateur Drama Production was Mary Queen of Scots Got Her Head Chopped Off by HumDrum.

HumDrum put on a powerful and stylish history lesson with Liz Lockhead’s play. Directed by Sam Sampson, there was creative staging and each actor cleverly took on the Scottish dialect and multiple roles with vigour.

WINNER Caroline Sharman, left, presents the Best Amateur Drama Production - Mary Queen Of Scots Got Her Head Chopped Off.   Picture: Allan Hutchings (13240-425)

WINNER Caroline Sharman, left, presents the Best Amateur Drama Production - Mary Queen Of Scots Got Her Head Chopped Off. Picture: Allan Hutchings (13240-425)

Also nominated in this category were: Frost/Nixon by CCADS; The Four Musketeers by Interalia Theatre; The Venetian Twins by Southsea Shakespeare Actors; The Comedy of Errors by Titchfield Festival Theatre; Calendar Girls by CCADS.