Results from Previous Festivals

 

Remembrance Day, written by Tony Layton and directed by Ann Atkinson, won the Bucktrout Challenge Trophy for the play with the highest marks in 2017.

Watching the Magpies, written by Les Clarke and directed by Ann Atkinson, won the Bucktrout Challenge Trophy for the play with the highest  marks in 2016.

Lucy in the Sky Picture

 

Lucy in the Sky, written by Tony Layton and directed by Ann Atkinson, won the Bucktrout Challenge Trophy for the play with the highest  marks in 2015.

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Who Was Hilary Maconochie?, written by James Saunders and directed by Bridget Carey, won the Bucktrout Challenge Trophy for the play with the highest  marks in 2014.

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On the Lake, written by Reza De Wet and directed by Bridget Carey, won the Bucktrout Challenge Trophy for the play with the highest marks in 2013.

And Go To Innisfree, written by Jean Lennox Toddie and directed by Ann Atkinson, won the Bucktrout Challenge Trophy for the play with the highest  marks in 2012.

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Life Lines, written by Amy Rosenthal and directed by Caron Parker, won the Bucktrout Challenge Trophy for the play with the highest marks in 2010. It went on to be awarded the Irving Trophy for the winning one act play at the British All Winners Festival in Essex. It was performed by Stephanie Andrijasevic and James Le Lacheur.

Three to Get Married, written by Kay Hill and directed by Cecil Cook, won the Audience Award in 1965. The picture shows some of the cast: Rodney Le Lacheur, Reuben Dorey and Joyce Cook in the back row and Marlene Topley, Janet MacDonald and Kathryn Davis in the front row.

 

 

 

Previous Trophy Winners

The Bucktrout Challenge Trophy  – for the play with the highest marks

2017 Remembrance Day (GADOC) directed by Ann Atkinson

2016 Watching the Magpies (GADOC) directed by Ann Atkinson

2015 Lucy in the Sky (GADOC) directed by Ann Atkinson

2014 Who Was Hilary Maconochie? (GADOC) directed by Bridget Carey

2013 On The Lake (GADOC) directed by Bridget Carey

2012 And Go To Innisfree (GADOC) directed by Ann Atkinson

2011 Effie’s Burning (GADOC) directed by The Cast, based on a production by Joyce Cook

2010 Life Lines (GADOC) directed by Caron Parker

2009 Laughter in the Shadows of Trees (GADOC) directed by Caron Parker

2008 Orca the Goldfish (GADOC) directed by Caron Parker

2007 Family Album (GADOC) directed by Bridget Carey

2006 Androcles and the Lion (GADOC) directed by Joyce Cook

2005 Choosing Home (GADOC) directed by Jane Blower

2004 Swan Song (GADOC) directed by Bridget Carey

2003 Can’t Stand Up For Falling Down (GADOC) directed by Joyce Cook

2002 Last Scene of All (GADOC) directed by Mary Law

2001 Cecily (GADOC) directed by Bridget Carey

2000 The Train (GADOC) directed by Joyce Cook

1999 The Dumb Waiter (GADOC) directed by Chris Bougourd

1998 Effie’s Burning (GADOC) directed by Joyce Cook

1997 You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown (GADOC) directed by Pat Blampied

1996 Red Letter Day (GADOC) directed by Pat Blampied

1995 Me and My Friend (GADOC) directed by Chris Bougourd

1994 From Here to the Library (GADOC) directed by Joyce Cook

1993 A Man of Letters (GADOC) directed by Chris Bougourd

1992 Our Man directed by Chris Bougourd

1976 – 1991 Details not currently available

1975 Red Spy at Night directed by Joyce Cook

1974 The Waiting Room directed by Joyce Cook

1973 A Slight Ache directed by Margaret Le Tissier

1972 The Public Eye directed by Joyce Cook

1971 How’s the World Treating You? directed by Joyce Cook

1970 Beyond directed by Margaret Le Tissier

1969 Under Milk Wood directed by Joyce Cook

1968 The Importance of Being Earnest – Act 2 directed by Joyce Cook

1967 Who’s Kidding Who? directed by Anthony Booth (Jersey)

1966 The Bronze Lady and the Crystal Gentleman directed by Joyce Cook

1965 In the King’s Bosom directed by Joyce Cook

1964 shared by Trifles directed by Joyce Cook and Incident at Dago Creek directed by Anthony Booth (Jersey)

1963 The Soldier and the Woman directed by Joyce Cook

1962 A Family Occasion directed by Cecil Cook

1961 Out-Patients directed by Cecil Cook

1960 Folly Bergère directed by Winifred Young (Jersey)

1959 The Guilty Generation directed by Joyce Cook

1958 Suspicion directed by Phyllis Greaves (Jersey)

1957 Forty Minutes directed by Anthony Booth (Jersey)

1956 The Ninth Day directed by Anthony Booth (Jersey)

1955 The Gentle Rain directed by  Anthony Booth (Jersey)

1954 Dark Lady of the Sonnets directed by Reuben Dorey

1953 The festival was not held this year due to lack of entries

1952 For the Love of Art directed by Reuben Dorey

1951 The Sky is Overcast directed by Anthony Booth (Jersey)

1950 Treble Chance directed by Anthony Booth (Jersey)

1949 The Happy Journey directed by Winifred Young (Jersey)

1940 – 1948 No festivals were held during these years due to World War II

1939 Hands Across the Sea directed by Christine Mackay

1938 The Tree directed by G. Feather (Jersey)

1937 Happy Death Ltd. directed by M. Caldicott

The Anthony Booth Trophy – for the play with the highest marks with an All-Women cast

2017 Remembrance Day (GADOC) directed by Ann Atkinson

2016 The Ark (GADOC) directed by Ann Atkinson

2015 Lucy in the Sky (GADOC) directed by Ann Atkinson

2014 Who Was Hilary Maconochie? (GADOC) directed by Bridget Carey

2013 On The Lake (GADOC) directed by Bridget Carey

2012 And Go To Innisfree (GADOC) directed by Ann Atkinson

2011 Effie’s Burning (GADOC) directed by The Cast, based on a production by Joyce Cook

2010 To Have and to Hold (GADOC) directed by Ann Atkinson

2009 The Donahue Sisters (GADOC) directed by Fiona Colby

2008 Not competed for

2007 Day Trippers (GADOC) directed by Mary Law

2006 The Followers (GADOC) directed by Mary Law

2005 Inheritance (GADOC) directed by Joyce Cook

2004 Semblance of Madness (GADOC) directed by Joyce Cook

2003 Can’t Stand Up For Falling Down (GADOC) directed by Joyce Cook

2002 Princess Ascending (GADOC) directed by Joyce Cook

2001 Cecily (GADOC) directed by Bridget Carey

2000 Not competed for

1999 Four Queens Wait For Henry (GADOC) directed by Joyce Cook

1998 Effie’s Burning (GADOC) directed by Joyce Cook

1997 The Killing of Sister George (GADOC) directed by Joce Cook

1996 Red Letter Day (GADOC) directed by Pat Blampied

1995 In By the Half (GADOC) directed by Jill Stephenson

1994 The Garden Room (GADOC) directed by Joyce Cook

1993 Can You Hear the Music? (GADOC) directed by Jill Stephenson

1992 A Gathering of Doves directed by Joyce Cook

1976 – 1991 Details not currently available

1975 Relics (Vale W.I.) directed by Joyce Cook

1974 See If I Care (Vale W.I.) directed by Joyce Cook

1973 Red Letter Day directed by Jill Stephenson

1972 The Trial (St. Aubin W.I., Jersey) directed by Anthony Booth

1971 The Killing of Sister George – Act 1 (Vale W.I.) directed by Joyce Cook

1970 This Isn’t My Scene, Man! (St. Aubin W.I., Jersey) directed by Anthony Booth

1969 The Bare Facts (St. Aubin’s D.G., Jersey) directed by Anthony Booth

1968 Funeral Dance (Vale W.I.) directed by Joyce Cook

1967 The House of Barnarda Alba – Act 3 (Vale W.I.) directed by Joyce Cook

1966 Operation Parpot (GADOC) directed by Joyce Cook

1965 The Survivors (Vale W.I.) directed by Joyce Cook

1964 Prelude (St. Peter Port W.I.) directed by Hollie Gilliam

1963 Uncle Midnight (St. Saviour’s W.I.) directed by Phyllis Lainé

1962 Men! (St. Aubin W.I., Jersey) directed by Anthony Booth

1961 Element of Doubt (St. Aubin W.I., Jersey) directed by Edna de Bourcier

1960 The Living Hell (Vale W.I.) directed by Joyce Cook

1959 The Notice (Vale W.I.) directed by Joyce Cook

1958 Women’s Ward (Vale W.I.) directed by Joyce Cook

1957 The Cage (Vale W.I.) directed by Joyce Cook

1956 Landslide (St. Peter Port W.I.) directed by M. Hollyer-Hill

1955 The Six Wives of Calais (Vale W.I.) directed by Joyce Cook

1954 The Hayling Report (Vale W.I.) directed by Joyce Cook

The Frankie Billington Trophy – for the play with the highest marks with an All-Male cast

2017 Not competed for

2016 The Bespoke Overcoat (GADOC) directed by Bridget Carey

2015 Not competed for

2014 Lions and Donkeys (GADOC) directed by Bridget Carey

The F.W. Thomas Memorial Trophy – for the play with the highest marks with a cast aged under 21

2017 Hagbane’s Doom (GADOC) directed by Jenny Falla

2016 The Curse of the Dragon Pearl (Class Act Productions) directed by Joy Le Page

2015 Scheherazade (GADOC) directed by Jenny Falla

2014 It’s Not You, It’s Me (SWATS) directed by Tom Cheshire

2013 The Tempest (GADOC) directed by Jo Martel and Jenny Falla

2012 Law and Order (SWATS) directed by Darren Alderton

2011 Not competed for

2010 Not competed for

2009 Marry Me a Little (GADOC) directed by Joyce Cook

2008 Nicht Furst Stein (Northern Lights) directed by Joy Le Page

2007 Risky and Fluke (GADOC) directed by Darren Alderton

2006 Bed (DASH) directed by Josh Fox and Darren Alderton

2005 Rooster Rag (Lesley Blondel School of Dance and Musical Theatre) directed by Lisa Johnston

2004 Creation Jazz (Lesley Blondel School of Dance and Musical Theatre) directed by Lisa Johnston

2003 In Need of Care (GADOC) directed by Joyce Cook

2002 Not competed for

2001 Six Wives of Calais (GADOC) directed by Joyce Cook

2000 Rag Dolls (GADOC) directed by Joan Machon

1999 Four Queens Wait For Henry (GADOC) directed by Joyce Cook

1998 Don’t Be A Durr (GADOC) directed by Joan Machon

1997 A Ghost for Rosanda (GADOC) directed by John Gaisford

1996 Can’t Stand Up For Falling Down (GADOC) directed by Joyce Cook

1995 After the Picnic directed by Joyce Cook

1994 The Snow Queen (Ladies’ College Drama Society & Elizabeth College Drama Group) directed by Gillian Jackson

1993 Story Behind a Headline (Ladies’ College Drama Society) directed by Gillian Jackson

1992 Star Crossed directed by Gillian Jackson

1976 – 1991 Details not currently available

1975 The Real Inspector Hound (Elizabeth College D.G.) directed by Denis Lavin

1974 The Ragged School (Drama Workshop) directed by Margaret McDonaugh

1973 Pyramus and Thisbe (St. Peter Port School) directed by Ken Fletcher

1972 The Thistle in the Donkey Field (Delisles M.Y.C.) directed by Timothy Hibbs

1971 Don’t Be Personnel (Delisles M.Y.C.) directed by Timothy Hibbs

1970 They Move On (Delisles M.Y.C.) directed by Timothy Hibbs

1969 Alice in Wonderland (Sark School D.G.) directed by Michael Thorpe

1968 The Hole (Elizabeth College D.G.) directed by L. C. Littleford

1967 Pyramus and Thisbe (Vauvert Theatre Club) directed by Ken Fletcher

1966 Not competed for

1965 Johnny’s Girls directed by Timothy Hibbs

1964 Boy on the Corner directed by Tony Keyho

1963 The Birds Sang On directed by Tony Keyho

1962 The Singing Maid (The Vauverteens) directed by Cecil Cook

1961 Cloud Over the Morning (The Vauverteens) directed by Cecil Cook

1960 Not competed for

1959 The Pigeon With the Silver Foot (The Vauverteens) directed by Cecil Cook

1958 The Cup (St. Sampsons Mehodist Y.C.) directed by Len Winterflood

1957 The Bride (Torteval Methodist Y.C.) directed by G. O. Robilliard

1956 Lonely Road (Vale Rec. Club Drama Group) directed by Henry Mahy

1955 Nothing Ever Happens (St. Sampson’s Methodist Y.C.) directed by Muriel Parkinson

The GADOC Jubilee Trophy -for the play with the highest marks with a cast aged under 15

2017 Not competed for

2016 Not Competed for

2015 Falling Stars (Drama Speaks) directed by Caron Parker

2014 The Wizard of Woz (SWATS) directed by Shaun Winterflood

2013 Cinderella Inc. (Drama Speaks) directed by Caron Parker

2012 James and the Giant Peach (SWATS) directed by Darren Alderton

2011 Snow White (The Academy of Dance and Theatre Arts) directed by Caron Parker

2010 The Diaries of Adam and Eve (St Anne’s School, Alderney) directed by Mike Gaunt

2009 Yo Ho Ho! (A Pirate Christmas) (S.W.A.T.S.) directed by Shaun Winterflood

2008 Wacky Weather Show (GADOC) directed by Jo Martel and Joyce Cook

2007 Daniel and the Lions (GADOC) directed by Joyce Cook

2006 Androcles and the Lion (GADOC) directed by Joyce Cook

2005 Liberation Day  directed by Joyce Cook

2004 Hood (A.C.T.S.) directed by Alison Coubrough and Nicola Holden

2003 The Chair (A.C.T.S.) directed by Nicola Holden

2002 A Giant’s Giant Pizza (Karen Dempsey School of Dance) directed by Bob Thompson

2001 Ernie’s Incredible Illucinations (GADOC) directed by Joyce Cook

2000 Domby-Dom (Karen Dempsey School of Dance) directed by Bob Thompson

1999 Trick or Treat (GADOC) directed by Laura Simpson

1998 Not competed for

1997 Pied Piper (Acting Up) directed by Tony Heywood

1996 Not competed for

1995 Maruf the Cobbler directed by Nicola Curtis and Sarah Morgan

1994 Do It Yourself (GADOC’s Punchkin Players) directed by John Gaisford

1993 Toad of Toad Hall (Ladies’ College Drama Society) directed by Gail Richards and Elspeth Joy

1992 Rabbit directed by Gillian Jackson

1976 – 1991 Details not currently available

The Burns Trophy – for the original unpublished play with the highest marks

2017 Ron Blicq, An ‘i’ for an Eye (GADOC) directed by Bob Thompson

2016 James Le Page, The Curse of the Dragon Pearl (Class Act Productions) directed by Joy Le Page

2015 Gillian Jackson, The Amber Earrings (GADOC) directed by Gillian Jackson

2014 Vanessa Mee, Alderney Sunstone (Alderney Children’s Theatre) directed by Bobbie Allen

2013 Not competed for

2012 James Le Page, The Prince and the Lily (Class Act) directed by Joy Le Page

2011 Ron Blicq, Au Revoir, Sarnia Chérie (GADOC) directed by Jane Blower

2010 Not competed for

2009 Ron Blicq, Sudoku Fever (New Stage Productions) directed by Ron Blicq

2008 Gillian Jackson, From Here to Celebrity (GADOC) directed by Gillian Jackson

2007 Ron Blicq, The Sicilian Wine Test (GADOC) directed by Jane Blower

2006 Gillian Jackson, Simply Love (GADOC) directed by Gillian Jackson

2005 Ron Blicq, Choosing Home (GADOC) directed by Jane Blower

2004 Ron Blicq, You Will Write, Won’t You? (GADOC) directed by John Gaisford

2003 Samantha Crossley, Seasonal Disorders (GADOC) directed by Samantha Crossley

2002 Samantha Crossley, Missing Ben (GADOC) directed by John Gaisford

2001 Rosemary Booth, Dreams and Lazy Daisies (GADOC) directd by Gillian Jackson

2000 Not competed for

1999 Peter Simpson, Trick or Treat (GADOC) directed by Laura Simpson

1998 Gillian Jackson, Star-Crossed (GADOC) directed by Gillian Jackson

The Edward Willis Trophy – for the Director with the highest mark for Direction

2017 Ann Atkinson, Remembrance Day (GADOC)

2016 Ann Atkinson, Watching the Magpies (GADOC)

2015 Jenny Falla, Scheherazade (GADOC)

2014 shared between Bridget Carey, Who Was Hilary Maconochie? (GADOC) and Jenny Falla, Move It (GADOC)

2013 Bridget Carey, On the Lake (GADOC)

2012 Bridget Carey, In By the Half (GADOC)

2011 Fiona Colby, Henna Night (GADOC)

2010 Caron Parker, Life Lines

2009 Darren Alderton and Laura Simpson, Thalassophobia

2008 Caron Parker, The Extraordinary Revelations of Orca the Goldfish

2007 Bridget Carey, Family Album

2006 Joyce Cook, Androcles and the Lion

2005 Joyce Cook, Liberation Day

2004 Joyce Cook, The Selfish Giant

2003 Joyce Cook, Can’t Stand Up For Falling Down

2002 (shared) Bob Thompson, A Giant’s Giant Pizza and Mary Law, Last Scene of All

2001 Bridget Carey, Cecily

2000 Joyce Cook, The Train (GADOC)

1999 Chris Bougourd, The Dumb Waiter

1998 Joyce Cook, Effie’s Burning (GADOC)

1997 Pat Blampied, You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown (GADOC)

1996 Joyce Cook, I Can’t Remember Anything (GADOC)

1995 Chris Bougourd, Me and My Friend (GADOC)

1994 Chris Bougourd, The Dwarfs (GADOC)

1993 Chris Bougourd, A Man of Letters (GADOC)

1992 Chris Bougourd, Our Man

1976 – 1991 Details not currently available

1975 Margaret Le Tissier, One Season’s King

1974 Joyce Cook, The Bear

1973 Margaret Le Tissier, A Slight Ache

1972 Joyce Cook, The Public Eye

1971 Joyce Cook, The Lover

1970 Joyce Cook, Black Comedy

1969 Anthony Booth, The Bare Facts (St Aubin’s D.G., Jersey)

The Joyce & Cecil Cook Trophy – for the Director of the play with the highest overall marks who has never won either the Bucktrout or Edward Willis trophies

2017 Fiona Dove, Being Nice (GADOC) 

2016 Joy Le Page, The Curse of the Dragon Pearl (Class Act Productions)

2015 Gillian Jackson, The Amber Earrings (GADOC)

2014 Tom Cheshire, It’s Not You, It’s Me (SWATS)

2013 Jo Martel and Jenny Falla, The Tempest (GADOC)

2012 Darren Alderton, James and the Giant Peach (SWATS)

2011 Fiona Colby, Henna Night (GADOC)

2010 Gillian Jackson, Something Unspoken (GADOC)

2009 Ron Blicq, Sudoku Fever (New Stage Productions, Winnipeg)

2008 Gillian Jackson, From Here to Celebrity (GADOC)

2007 Caron Parker, Baby Sitting Calvin (GADOC)

2006 Gillian Jackson, Simply Love (GADOC)

2005 Jane Blower, Choosing Home (GADOC)

2004 Lisa Johnston, Creation Jazz (Lesley Blondel School of Dance and Musical Theatre)

2003 Mark Wilton, Temptation Sordid (St. Stephen’s Players)

2002 Mary Law, Last Scene of All (GADOC)

2001 Bridget Carey, Cecily (GADOC)

2000 Bob Thompson, Domby-Dom (Karen Dempsey School of Dance)

1999 Bridget Carey, Pity About Kitty (GADOC)

1998 Gillian Jackson, Star-Crossed

1997 Tim Park, Disturbed (Studio Theatre)

1996 Pat Blampied, Red Letter Day (GADOC)

1995 Mary Law, Curses, Foiled Again (GADOC)

1994 Mary Law, Afternoon at the Seaside (GADOC)

1993 Andrew Pinsard, Wedding Days (St, Stephens Players)

1992 Chris Bougourd, Our Man

1976 – 1991 Details not currently available

1975 Not awarded

1974 Ann Atkinson, Family Portrait, Act 3

1973 Lily Harris, Madly in Love (St. Joseph’s A.D.S.)

1972 Ann Atkinson, The Kingdom of God

The Hazel Rowe Trophy – for the musical play with the highest overall marks

2017 Hagbane’s Doom (GADOC) directed by Jenny Falla

2016 Not competed for

2015 Scheherazade (GADOC) directed by Jenny Falla

2014 Move It (GADOC) directed by Jenny Falla

2013 The Tempest (GADOC) directed by Jo Martel and Jenny Falla

2012 James and the Giant Peach (SWATS) directed by Darren Alderton

2011 Red Peppers (GADOC) directed by Bridget Carey

2010 Not competed for

2009 Marry Me a Little (GADOC) directed by Joyce Cook

2008 From Here to Celebrity (GADOC) directed by Gillian Jackson

2007 Family Album (GADOC) directed by Bridget Carey

2006 Androcles and the Lion (GADOC) directed by Joyce Cook

2005 Liberation Day directed by Joyce Cook

2004 Creation Jazz (Lesley Blondel School of Dance and Musical Theatre) directed by Lisa Johnston

2003 Not competed for

2002 A Giant’s Giant Pizza (Karen Dempsey School of Dance) directed by Bob Thompson

2001 Not competed for

2000 Not competed for

1999 A Bear Called Paddington (GADOC) directed by Joan Machon

1998 Not competed for

The Rollie Wolley Memorial Trophy – for the most outstanding performance by an individual

2017 Gillian Jackson (Winifred (Nan) in An ‘i’ for an Eye)

2016 Kathryn Prince (Cecilia in The Ark)

2015 Kathryn Prince (Solange in The Maids)

2014 Gillian Jackson (Mrs Brute in Who Was Hilary Maconochie?)

2013 Eleanor Lane (Nina in On The Lake)

2012 Ann Atkinson (Old Anna in And Go To Innisfree)

2011 Kathryn Prince (Dr. Kovacs in Effie’s Burning)

2010 Gillian Jackson (Rachel in Purvis)

2009 Dennis Burns (Martin Farnsworth in Laughter in the Shadow of the Trees)

2008 Pauline Telford (Alice Smith in Orca the Goldfish)

2007 Stephanie Andrijasevic (Mary in A Question of Faith)

2006 Ann Atkinson (La Poncia in The House of Bernarda Alba Act III)

2005 Ann Atkinson (Margaret in Inheritance)

2004 Gillian Jackson (Margaret in Swan Song)

2003 Gillian Jackson (Miss Prothero in A Visit From Miss Prothero)

2002 Frankie Billington (Anthea in The Last Scene of All)

2001 Stephanie Andrijasevic (Cecily in Cecily)

2000 Bob Thompson and Margaret Nicolle in The Evergreens

1999 Oliver Trestain (Gus in The Dumb Waiter)

1998 Ann Atkinson (Effie in Effie’s Burning)

The St Stephen’s Players Trophy – for the most outstanding performance by an individual in a supporting role

2017 Miriam Botzenhardt (Kendra in An ‘i’ for an Eye)

2016 Steve Molnar (Ranting in The Bespoke Overcoat)

2015 Linda Howell (Old Adicia in The Amber Earrings)

2014 Stephanie Andrijasevic (Hilda in Who Was Hilary Maconochie?)

2013 Stephen Rouxel (Waiter in Voyager)

2012 Pauline Telford (Doris in In By the Half)

2011 Sheila Garner (Pauline, in Just the Two of Us)

2010 Not Awarded

2009 George Foote (Albert Godby in Still Life)

2008 Stephanie Andrijasevic (Caprice Heatwave in From Here to Celebrity)

2007 Gillian Jackson (Lavinia in Family Album)

2006 Frankie Billington (Pegeen in The Followers)

2005 Sheila Garner (Alice Mould in Trumped)

2004  Brian Corbet (Edgar in You Will Write, Won’t You?)

2003 Sarah Carter (Ophelia in Don’t Blame It On the Boots)

2002 Paula Harrison (Beth in Missing Ben)

2001 Adam Farish (Friedrich Hammerl in Dreams and Lazy Daisies)

The Joan Machon Award – for the most promising performer in an Under-21 or Under-15 cast

2017 Freya Mitchell, Katie Luxon and Josh Ogier (Grumble, Mumble and Fumble in Hagbane’s Doom)

2016 Lizzie Hollingworth (Dragon Empress in The Curse of the Dragon Pearl)

2015 Scott Dorrity (Sultan in Scheherazade)

2014 Pierce Rogan (Corporal David Rawlings in Lions and Donkeys)

2013 Sydney Henley-Roussel (Costard in Love’s Labour’s Lost)

2012 Ben Munro (Law and Order)

2011 William Annetts-Burke (Bad Reception)

2010 Joseph Stanley (Satan, in The Diaries of Adam & Eve)

2009 Elisha Horsepool (Pirate No. 5 in Yo Ho Ho! (A Pirate Christmas))

2008 Clara Coleman (Maggie Carre in Nicht Furst Stein)

2007 Darryl Martel (King Darius in Daniel and the Lions)

2006 Darryl Martel (Bilius in Androcles and the Lion)

2005 Matthew Martel (Peter in Liberation Day)

2004 Alastair Brown (Adam in Creation Jazz)

2003 Carrie-Ann Highfield (John Friar in Romeo Loves Juliet – OK?)

2002 Lauren Martel (Priscilla in The Day They Lost Raggedy Ruth)

2001 Christopher Martel (Ernie in Ernie’s Incredible Illucinations)

2000 Elaine Higgins (Cassie Pelham in Rag Dolls)

1999 Lauren Martel (Paddington in A Bear Called Paddington)

The RGI Trophy – for the best performance by an individual under 18

2017 Jodie Hicks (Hagbane in Hagbane’s Doom)

2016 Lizzie Hollingworth (Dragon Empress in The Curse of the Dragon Pearl)

2015 Lydia Cherry (Alexia in Lucy in the Sky)

2014 Ed Garrard (Harris in After Magritte)

2013 Alex Ogier (Caliban in The Tempest)

2012 Maisie Foote (Jensie, in An Implausible Claus)

2011 Stuart Leach (Ron aged 15, in Au Revoir, Sarnia Cherie)

2010 Edward Rowe (Adam, in The Diaries of Adam & Eve)

2009 Naomi Leach and Matthew Martel (in Marry Me a Little)

2008 James Le Lacheur (Tickitt in From Here to Celebrity)

2007 James Le Lacheur (Fluke in Risky and Fluke and Denis in The Bridal Bed)

2006 Naomi Leach (Perspex in Androcles and the Lion)

2005 Caitlin Sullivan (Rosalind Le Page in Choosing Home)

2004 Eleanor Mitchell (Narrator of Creation Jazz)

The Lee Trophy – for the most effective “first impression” created by stage setting (including visual and audio effects)

2017 Once Upon a Crime (St Stephen’s Players) directed by Clare Milner

2016 The Curse of the Dragon Pearl (Class Act Productions) directed by Joy Le Page

2015 The Maids (GADOC) directed by Bridget Carey

2014 Lions and Donkeys (GADOC) directed by Bridget Carey

2013 On The Lake (GADOC) directed by Bridget Carey

2012 In By the Half (GADOC) directed by Bridget Carey

2011 Snow White (The Academy of Dance and Theatre Arts) directed by Caron Parker

2010 Something Unspoken (GADOC) directed by Gillian Jackson

2009 Thalassophobia (Projectiles) directed by Darren Alderton and Laura Simpson

2008 2B or Not 2B (S.W.A.T.S.) directed by Shaun Winterflood

The Elaine Ralls Memorial Trophy – for a “Magic Moment” from any entry

2017 Lighting the beacon in Bailiff’s Cross (Class Act Productions) directed by Joy Le Page

2016 Jacob Brady (Turn to Stone) in The Curse of the Dragon Pearl (Class Act Produtions) directed by Joy Le Page

2015 Andrew Hislop (Petros’ entrance) in The Amber Earrings (GADOC) directed by Gillian Jackson

2014 Harry Giubileo (Edna’s entrance) in Move it (GADOC) directed by Jenny Falla         

2013 Caron Parker in Lovers ( GADOC) directed by Bridget Carey

2012 Maisie and George Foote in An Implausible Claus (GADOC) directed by Caron Parker

2011 The door, Red Peppers (GADOC) Bridget Carey, director

2010 Margaret’s closing speech, To Have and to Hold (GADOC) Ann Atkinson, director

2009 Rhys Ashcroft as Friar Tuck in the dance Line-up in Babes in the Wood (GADOC) directed by Jo Martel

2008 The Samba, Danger. Memory. I Can’t Remember Anything (GADOC) directed by Joyce Cook

2007 The horse-riding scene in Baby Sitting Calvin (GADOC) (Caron Parker, director)

2006 The execution of King Charles in The Followers (GADOC) (Mary Law, director)

2005 Adam Goddard (Chip’s reaction to the girls in Rooster Rag (Lesley Blondel School of Dance and Musical Theatre))

2004 The entry of the children in The Selfish Giant (GADOC) (Joyce Cook, director)

2003 The Audience Participation scene in The Lolly-Stick Wand (GADOC) (John Gaisford, director)

2002 The final tableau of Fireflies (Lesley Blondel School of Dance and Musical Theatre) (John Gaisford, director)

2001 The  German Officer in Ernie’s Incredible Illucinations (Alistair Higgins, performer and Joyce Cook, director)

2000 The microphone scene in Gosforth’s Fete (Les Amballes Players) (Liz Van Katwyk, performer and Caron Parker, director)

1999 The final moment in Halfway Up the Wall (GADOC) (Joyce Elson, performer and Shaun Winterflood, director)

1998 Vera’s walk as she makes her first entrance in Festival Play (Jane Blower, performer and Mary Law, director)

1997 The Rabbit Scene in You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown (GADOC) (Pat Blampied, director)

1996 Ann Atkinson as Leonora and Bob Thompson as Leo in I Can’t Remember Anything (GADOC) directed by Joyce Cook

1995 Bob Thompson as Griff in The Drag Factor (GADOC)

1994 Kathryn Prince as Susanna in The Garden Room (GADOC)

1993 Gail Richards as Alice in Story Behind a Headline (Ladies’ College Drama Society)

The Margaret Moffatt Trophy – for the highest marks achieved by a new director

2017 Clare Milner, Once Upon a Crime (St Stephen’s Players)

2016 Not competed for

2015 Kieron Brook, Enough is Enough (East2Eden)

2014 Tom Cheshire, It’s Not You, It’s Me (SWATS)

2013 Kate Kellaway, Love’s Labour’s Lost (GCFE)

2012 Nikki Attwool, Noah’s Ark (The Karen Dempsey School of Dance and Theatre Arts)

The Redgrave Trophy – for the best backstage crew

2017 Once Upon a Crime (St Stephen’s Players) directed by Clare Milner

2016 The Curse of the Dragon Pearl (Class Act Productions) directed by Joy Le Page

2015 The Maids (GADOC) directed by Bridget Carey

2014 Move It (GADOC) directed by Jenny Falla

2013 Voyager (GADOC) directed by Ann Atkinson

The George Foote Memorial Trophy – for the best humorous performance

2017 Nicola Reoch Brehaut (Alison in Being Nice)

2016 Dennis Burns and Michael Sproule (Morry and Fender in The Bespoke Overcoat)

2015 Ewan Mauger, (Beggar in Scheherazade)

The Gaisford Trophy – for the Director aged under 21 with the highest mark for Direction

2017 Not competed for

The Audience Award Salver – for the play which receives the most votes from holders of Season Tickets who have seen all plays

2017 Hagbane’s Doom (GADOC) directed by Jenny Falla

2016 Watching the Magpies (GADOC) directed by Ann Atkinson

2015 Scheherazade (GADOC) directed by Jenny Falla

2014 shared between Who Was Hilary Maconochie? (GADOC) directed by Bridget Carey  and Lions and Donkeys (GADOC) directed by Bridget Carey

2013 The Tempest (GADOC) directed by Jo Martel and Jenny Falla

2012 An Implausible Claus (GADOC) directed by Caron Parker

2011 Effie’s Burning (GADOC) directed by The Cast, based on a production by Joyce Cook

2010 Purvis (GADOC) directed by Bridget Carey

2009 Laughter in the Shadow of the Tees (GADOC) directed by Caron Parker

2008 Orca the Goldfish (GADOC) directed by Caron Parker

2007 Baby Sitting Calvin (GADOC) directed by Caron Parker

2006 Androcles and the Lion (GADOC) directed by Joyce Cook

2005 Liberation Day directed by Joyce Cook

2004 Creation Jazz (LBSDMT) directed by Lisa Johnston

2003 A Visit From Miss Prothero (GADOC) directed by Bridget Carey

2002 Last Scene of All (GADOC) directed by Mary Law

2001 Cecily (GADOC) directed by Bridget Carey

2000 Domby-Dom (Karen Dempsey School of Dance) directed by Bob Thompson

1999 Gilly’s Gem (St. Stephen’s Players) directed by Shaun Winterflood

1998 Effie’s Burning (GADOC) directed by Joyce Cook

1997 You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown (GADOC) directed by Pat Blampied

1996 The Big Book for Girls (Studio Theatre) directed by Kate Jackson

1995 Curses, Foiled Again (GADOC) directed by Mary Law

1994 Afternoon at the Seaside (GADOC) directed by Mary Law

1993 A Man of Letters (GADOC) directed by Chris Bougourd

1992 Trial by Jury directed by Tony Bran

1976 – 1991 Details not currently available

1975 Red Spy at Night directed by Joyce Cook

1974 The Bear directed by Joyce Cook

1973 Madly in Love directed by Lily Harris (St. Joseph’s A.D.S.)

1972 The Kingdom of God directed by Ann Atkinson

1971 How’s the World Treating You? directed by Joyce Cook

1970 Black Comedy directed by Joyce Cook

1969 Under Milk Wood directed by Joyce Cook

1968 The Importance of Being Earnest – Act 2 directed by Joyce Cook

1967 Who’s Kidding Who? directed by Anthony Booth (Jersey)

1966 The Private Ear directed by Margaret Le Tissier

1965 Three to Get Married directed by Cecil Cook

1964 Incident at Dago Creek directed by Anthony Booth (Jersey)

1963 The Soldier and the Woman directed by Joyce Cook

1962 A Family Occasion directed by Cecil Cook

1961 Out-Patients directed by Cecil Cook

1960 Folly Bergère directed by Winifred Young (Jersey)

1959 The Guilty Generation directed by Joyce Cook