On Thursday 9th December, an audience in King’s Court Theatre were delighted with a fantastic evening of entertainment at the 2021 House Drama Competition. Colbourne, Dickson and Walters all took to the stage with their House Drama performances on a theme of murder mystery. Adjudicator, Sarah Smart, commented on how much she’d enjoyed the performances and the wealth of talent in the school. We are delighted to announce that the following prizes were awarded:
Kane Cup for best individual acting performance – Seb Sgouraditis (Walters)
Freda Jeavons Cup for best acting performance – Amy Bloch (Dickson)
Dorothy Lowey Cup for “Wow” factor – Dickson
Bowring Cup for best supporting role – Alicia Kiernan (Dickson)
Bowring Plate for Technical Excellence – Colbourne
Tatton Shield for best play – Colbourne
Congratulations to all involved for a thoroughly entertaining evening.
If you weren’t able to join us you can watch the performances by clicking the following links Colbourne, Dickson and Walters.
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