Chelford Junior Players Do It Again
Chelford Junior Players won the Best Junior Play Trophy for the second time at Chelford Drama Festival on Saturday night. Adjudicator David Wood said that their team work was excellent and he was impressed with their projection and clear diction. He singled out Jake Bessant and Holly Birkitt as fine young actors, with Jake being nominated but narrowly missing the award for Best Individual Performance.
The adjudicator was also very complimentary about Chelford Players' Senior Entry "Socks" who unfortunately were just pipped at the post by Nantwich Players.
This year's drama festival certainly got off to a flying start with a riveting performance of "Blackout" a gritty drama performed by Wistaston Young Drama Group on Thursday last week. This set the tone for three evenings of very high standard productions from various groups in the area.
Best Senior Play: Nantwich Players: The Last Bread Pudding
Best Youth Play: Altrincham Creative Theatre School: Sorry Wrong Number
Best Junior Play: Chelford Junior Players: Pipkin and the Angel
Best Individual Performance: Georgina Dalgleish from A.C.T.S.
Adjudicators Special Award: Knutsford Little Theatre Youth: I Gave You My Heart
If anybody missed Chelfords Players' performances they can see them again this week at Wilmslow Guild One Act Play Festival.The Seniors are on on Thursday 12th and the Juniors on Saturday 14th June .Tickets:--- email: firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 01625 520126.
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