2006 One Act Festival

Tuesday 9th - Saturday 13th May, 2006 in East Kilbride Village Theatre. 
Adjudicator: Bruce Adam


Tuesday 9th May

Killin Dramatic Club
A Familiar Face
a comedy by Andrew Biss

Bowhouse Theatre
Roots of Spain
a drama by Keith Simpson

Kirkintilloch Players
Shakers
a comedy/drama by John Godber


Wednesday 10th May

Thistle Theatre Company
Teechers
a comedy by John Godber

Purple Star Theatre
Her Slightest Touch
a play by Torben Betts

Glasgow University STG
Trouble in Chickenland
a comedy by Gerry McCartan Snr.


Thursday 11th May

McGavin Drama
Cliffs Edge
a black comedy by Paul Beard

Stewarton Drama Group
Our Lady of Stone
a drama by Vanda

Pool Theatre
Epitaph of a Hard Man
by ?


Friday 12th May

EKO Players
Till the Petals Fall
by Abigail Danielle

Studio 32
Victim
a drama by David Welsh

Greenock Players
PVT Wars
a comedy/drama by James McLure


Saturday 13th May

Tryst Theatre
Mary Queen of Scots Got Her Head Chopped Off
a drama by Liz Lochhead

McGavin Drama
Borderline
a comedy/drama by Isabella Rae

Stewarton Drama Group
Albert
a comedy/farce by Richard Harris


2006 Winners

On the left of each picture is our adjudicator, Bruce Adam.  Next to him EK Rep Chairman, Tom Matthew and on the far-right of each picture is EK Rep Festival Director, David Burnside.



FIRST PLACE
(awarded The John McNicol Cup)

fest2006-firstPurple Star Theatre
Her Slightest Touch
(Isabel Carrick (left) receives the cup)


SECOND PLACE
(awarded The East Kilbride Arts Council Trophy)

fest2006-secondThistle Theatre Company
Teechers
(Christine Currie receives the cup)


THIRD PLACE
(awarded The Whitemoss Trophy)

fest2006-thirdTryst Theatre
Mary Queen of Scots Got Her Head Chopped Off
(Ken Crossan receives the trophy (left) from Bruce Adam)


BEST ACTOR
(awarded The Alf Davidson Cup)

fest2006-actorDavid Bennet
Purple Star Theatre
Her Slightest Touch
(Caroline Hurst (right) receives the cup on behalf of David Bennet)


BEST ACTRESS
(awarded The Club Trophy)

fest2006-actressKaren McCluskey
Thistle Theatre Company
Teechers


BEST STAGING
(awarded The Betty McAuley Trophy)

fest2006-stagingTryst Theatre
Mary Queen of Scots Got Her Head Chopped Off
(Ken Crossan receives the trophy (right) from David Burnside)

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