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Woodlands Drama Group – Play List

WOODLANDS DRAMA GROUP – PLAY LIST

*Future Productions

No

Year

Dates

Production

Details

*167 2018

28 Nov – 1 Dec

Lady in the Van by Alan Bennett Directed by Howard Atkin
165 2018

6-9 June

Wyrd Sisters by Stephen Briggs adapted from the novel by Terry Pratchett Directed by Raelene Goddard
164 2018

15 March

May We…? Mais, Oui by Wilf Hashimi Entry to the Nidderdale Drama FestivalDirected by Julie JamesGarth Rawson Cup – Runners-upMichael Wade Memorial cup for Artistic OriginalityBest Actress – Alison GilmourBest Actor nomination – Howard AtkinBest Director nomination – Julie JamesWilf Hashimi came up from Oxfordshire to watch his play.
163 2017

30 Nov-

2 Dec

The Father by August StindbergAdapted by Ian Clarke Directed by Ian Clarke
162 2017

15 – 17 June

The 39 Steps by Patrick Barlow from the book by John Buchan Directed by Anne-Marie Ledson. Played to a sell-out audience.
161 2017

18 March

I Dream Before I Take the Stand by Arlene Hutton Entry to the Nidderdale Drama FestivalDirected by Julie JamesBest Actress – Alison GilmourMichael Wade Memorial cup for Artistic OriginalityJulie James – nominee for Best Director
160 2017

28 – 29 Jan

Two by Jim Cartwright. Directed by Howard Atkin. This was our first ‘Fringe’ production and was performed at St Robert’s Social Club.
159 2016

30 Nov –

3 Dec

Mort by Stephen Briggs adapted from the book of Terry Pratchett. Directed by Julie James. Played to a sell-out audience.
158 2016 16 – 18 June The Last Group & First Steps Written by Alison Gilmore.Three of the original cast of ‘The Last Group’ from 2010 played the same characters. Julie James (Sheila), Ian Clarke (John), Howard Atkin (Malcolm)
157 2016

17 March

The Basalt Throne byHoward Atkin Entry to Nidderdale Festival. Original work based on a true event by Howard Atkin.Directed by Julie JamesAwards won:David Crumpton Memorial Cup -  Howard Atkin for his original script.
156 2015

3-5 Dec

The Lost Boy by Ronald Gabriel Paolillo Directed by Raelene GoddardThis was based on the life of JM Barrie and his most famous work ‘Peter Pan’
155 2015

18 – 20 June

Pinter 7 – seven short plays by Harold Pinter1. Trouble at Works2. Victoria Station3. God’s District4. One for the Road5. Umbrellas6. Apart from That7.The Dumb Waiter Directors: – Howard Atkin, Pippa Boggle, Julie JamesThis production was done in ‘the round’.‘One for the Road’ was performed with 2 of the original cast from 2011 – Howard Atkin and Rebecca Farthing.
154 2015

14 March

The Diaries of Adam and Eve by Mark Twain adapted by Gerald P Murphy Entry to Nidderdale Festival, Frazer Theatre, Knaresborough.Awards won:Best Director – Julie JamesGarth Rawson cup for Festival runner-upPhilip Hickson Memorial Cup (special award for acting) – Ian Clarke
153 2014

3 – 5 Dec

The Storm by Alekasdr Ostrovsky  adapted by Ian Clarke Directed by Ian Clarke
152 2014

20 Sep

Another Mixed Bag of Nuts An evening of songs, sketches and monologues by the members of the group. Performed at Pannal Village Hall
151 2014

19 – 21 June

I’ll be back before Midnight byPeter Colley Directed by Raelene Goddard and Gemma Thompson
150 2014

15 March

A Way to Mandalay by Christopher Kell Entry to Nidderdale Festival, Frazer Theatre, Knaresborough.Awards won:Best Actor – Nick NealeGarth Rawson cup for Festival runner-up
149 2013

28-30 Nov

Wife After Death by Eric Chappell Directed by Graham Parry
148 2013

28 Sep

A Mixed Bag of Nuts An evening of songs, sketches and monologues by the members of the group. Performed at Pannal Village Hall
147 2013

19-21 June

The Crucible by Arthur Millar Directed by Howard Atkin and Pippa Bogle
146 2013

15 March

Diaghilev’s Bag by Tony Breeze Entry to Nidderdale Festival, Frazer Theatre, Knaresborough.Directed by Anne-Marie Ledson
145 2012

20-23 June

Daisy Pulls it Off Directed by Julie James

 

144 2012 16 March Don’t Blame it on the Boots Directed by Alison Gilmour, Junior entry to Nidderdale Festival, Frazer Theatre, Knaresborough,Awards won:Michael Wade Memorial cup for artistic originality (and entry to the AETF QuarterFinal North-Central) NDDA Elsie Charlton Memorial Shield (best junior actor) – Dan Boyle
143 2012 16 March A Yorkshire TragedyPart of the 500th Anniversary of William Shakespeare Directed by Howard Atkin.Senior entry to Nidderdale Festival, Frazer Theatre, Knaresborough,Awards gained:Garth Rawson cup for Festival runner-up
142 2011 6-8 October Equus by Peter Shaffer Directed by Raelene Goddard
141 2011 16-18 June The Dining Room by A R Gurney Jnr Directed by Pippa Bogle
140 2011 18 March One for the Road by Harold Pinter Directed by Julie James. Senior entry to Nidderdale Festival, Frazer Theatre Knaresborough.Awards gained:Garth Rawson Cup (Senior runner-up)Philip Hickson Memorial Cup (special award for acting) – Rebecca FarthingJack Sanderson Youth Shield (special award for a junior actor) – Ben Evans
139 2011 18 March Forward to the Right by Lily Ann Green Directed by Howard Atkin. Junior entry to Nidderdale Festival, Frazer Theatre Knaresborough.Awards gained:NDDA Elsie Charlton Memorial Shield (best junior actor) – Dan Boyle
138 2011 13-15 January John Gabriel Borkman by Henrik Ibsen Directed by Ian Clarke. Postponed from 2-4 December 2010 due to heavy snowfall causing leak in Studio roof.
137 2010 16-19 June Our Day Out by Willy Russell Directed by Howard Atkin and Pippa Bogle. Additional performance at Henshaw College. First play to include Woodlands Junior members.
136 2010 13-15 May Curses! Foiled Again by Evelyn Hood Frazer Theatre Knaresborough, a co-production at the invitation of Knaresborough Players
135 2010 12 March The Last Group by Alison Gilmour Nidderdale Festival Frazer Theatre, directed by Pippa Bogle.Original work by Alison GilmourAwards won:Runner up trophyThe Michael Wade Trophy for artistic originalityBest actor trophy (Howard Atkin for the third year running.Raelene Goddard was short-listed for best actress

134

2009 12 December The Brontës’ Christmas Performed at Brontë Parsonage Museum
133 2009 15-17 October Brontë by Polly Teale Directed by Raelene Goddard
132 2009 18-20 June Habeas Corpus by Alan Bennett Directed by Mark Smith. Additional performance in the grounds of Henshaws Specialist College

 

131 2010 12 March The Last Group by Alison Gilmour Nidderdale Festival Frazer Theatre, directed by Pippa Bogle.Original work by Alison GilmourAwards won:Runner up trophyThe Michael Wade Trophy for artistic originalityBest actor trophy (Howard Atkin for the third year running.Raelene Goddard was short-listed for best actress

130

2009 12 December The Brontës’ Christmas Performed at Brontë Parsonage Museum
129 2009 15-17 October Brontë by Polly Teale Directed by Raelene Goddard
128 2009 18-20 June Habeas Corpus by Alan Bennett Directed by Mark Smith. Additional performance in the grounds of Henshaws Specialist College
127 2009 12 May Entertainment Evening An evening of Sketches, Monologues and Poetry Readings performed as a social evening at Trinity Church Hall. Forms part of Woodlands 40th Anniversary year celebrations. Organised by Vicki Day and Ian Clarke.

126

2009 12 March Threshold by Alison Gilmour Nidderdale Festival, Bishop Monkton. Alison’s debut for Woodlands both as director and writer.
125 2009 12 March Squatter’s Rites by Trevor Harvey Nidderdale Festival, Bishop Monktondirected by Julie James,Best Actor – Howard AtkinThe first of two one-act plays entered to mark the beginning of Woodlands 40th Anniversary  year.
124 2008 23-25 October The Secret Rapture by David Hare Directed by Mike Sutton
123 2008 26-28 June Kiss of Death by Simon Williams Directed by Howard Atkin
122 2008 24 May26 April

 

 

 

 

 

15 March

Bar and Ger by Geraldine Aron All England Theatre Festival North-Central Semi- Final, Preston, directed by Mark Smith.Awards won:Best Actor – Howard AtkinAll England Theatre Festival North-Central Quarter-Final, Bishop Monkton, directed by Mark Smith.Awards won:The Armstrong Cup – for best performanceThe Charles Smith Trophy – for best actor (Alison Gilmour)Nidderdale Festival, Hampsthwaite, directed by Mark SmithAwards won:

Best Actor (Nidderdale Herald Trophy): Howard Atkin

Best Actress (Alan Lyons Cup): Alison Gilmour

Best Senior Producer (Charles Smith Cup)

Mark Smith

Best Senior Play (Houseman Trophy)

Best Senior Team to go forward to the All England Theatre Festival (Ripon and Pateley Bridge RDC Challenge Trophy)

 

121 2007 25-27 October The Old Country by Alan Bennett Directed by Mike SuttonThe performance coincided with the reopening of the main auditorium at Harrogate Theatre following refurbishment

120

2007 19 July Three Times two Equals Six- an evening of gentle, ribald and (just occasionally) scandalous comic sketches. Nidderdale Summer Festival, Middlesmoor Village Hall.Directed by Ian Clarke and Lilian Wilcocks.

119

2007

7-9 June A Month of Sundays by Bob Larbey Directed by Julie James

118

2007

17 March Nemesis by Peter D Wilson Nidderdale Festival, Fraser Theatre KnaresboroughDirected by Mark Smith in his directorial debut with Woodlands.Peter D Wilson was in the audience!

117

2006

19-21 October Summertime by Ugo Betti Directed by Lilian Wilcocks and Ian Clarke

116

2006

29 June – 1 July Dial ‘M’ for Murder by Frederick Knott Directed by Mike Sutton

115

2006

16-18 March Ruby of Elsinore by Bruce Kane Nidderdale Festival, Hampsthwaite Village Hall. Directed by Julie James.Awards Won:Jennie Folkerth won Adjudicator’s Special award cup for Artistic Originality(new cup donated by Elizabeth Clarke, Woodlands Chairman’s wife, in memory of her brother).

114

2005

20-22 October Blue Remembered Hills by Dennis Potter and They Also Serve by Sandy Taylor. Directed by Howard Atkin.We had a Barbershop quartet singing live during the show.

113

2005

12 July Life is Rather Like Opening a Tin of Sardines’ a series of sketches Nidderdale Summer Festival, Middlesmoor Village Hall. Directed by Lilian Wilcocks, assisted by Jane Coomber and Mike Sutton

112

2005

2-4 June The Government Inspector by Nikolai Gogol Adapted/translated and directed by Ian Clarke.

111

2005

17-19 March ‘Receive This Light’ by N.J. Warburton. Directed by Julie James,Awards won:Best Senior Producer – Julie JamesBest Senior Team to go Forward to All England Theatre Festival next RoundBest Senior PlayBest Actress – Carole ReidBest Actor.- Stephen Hall

110

2004

21-23 October ‘The Aspern Papers’ adapted for stage by Michael Redfern from the book by Henry James. Directed by Lilian Wilcocks

109

2004

3-5 June Ten Times Table by Alan Ayckbourn. Directed by Howard Atkin

108

2004

10-13 March A Phoenix too Frequent by Christopher Fry Nidderdale Festival, Pateley Bridge. Directed by Mike Sellars.Awards won:Best Set – Mike SellarsJulie James nominated for Best Actress

107

2003

23-25 October The Sneeze by Anton Chekhov, translated by Michael Frayn. Directed by Ian Clarke

106

2003

12-14 June The Anastasia File by Royce Ryton Directed  by Lilian Wilcocks

 

105

2003

12-15 March When Love Takes a Turn by Trevor Harvey Nidderdale Festival, Ripon Leisure Centre. Directed by Julie James,Awards won:Best Senior Producer – Julie JamesBest Senior PlayBest Senior Team to go forward to the All England Theatre Festival (Ripon and Pateley Bridge RDC Challenge Trophy)Best Actress – Pat Bickerton

104

2002

31 October – 2 November Groping for Words by Sue Townsend Directed  by Graham Stevens (later emigrated to New Zealand)

103

2002

9-11 May Plaza Suite by Neil Simon Directed by Mike Sellars

102

2002

March The Proposal by Anton Chekhov. Nidderdale Festival, Fraser theatre Knaresborough. Directed  by Julie James.Awards won:Best Set – Julie James
101 2001 1-3 November Happy Families by John Godber Directed  by Lilian Wilcocks, first time we had full houses in the Studio Theatre

100

2001

7-9 June Round and Round the Garden by Alan Ayckbourn Directed by Sylvia Iveson

99

2001

24 March Words of Advice by Fay Weldon Nidderdale Festival, Pateley Bridge Memorial HallDirected by Pauline Summersall

98

2001

January Murder Mystery Evening, script by Gillian Hadley King James’ School.  We were paid £100

97

2000

May Look Who’s Talking by Derek Benfield  Directed by Lilian Wilcocks

96

2000

March Tryst by Colin Crowther/ The Rose and Crown by J B Priestley Directed by Stuart KellettAwards won:Best playBest producer – Stuart KelletBest actressCup for going on to next round in Northern finals (4 out of 7 cups)

95

2000

29 February -2 March Tryst by Colin Crowther/ The Rose and Crown by J B PriestleySketches: Listen to This/ Glycerine/ Who do you Think you Are?/ Friends Giving Notes/ The Messenger’s Assistant St Aidan’s School, performed as practice for the Nidderdale Festival but to a paying audienceBoth one-acts Directed by Stuart Kellett Sketches Directed by Lilian Wilcocks

94

1999

14-17 April The Day After the Fair by Frank Harvey Directed by Lilian Wilcocks(November 1999 Lawrence Conyers was to have directed  ’Look No Hans’  but couldn’t cast the male actors)

93

1998

November A Murder is Announced by Agatha Christie Directed by Lilian Wilcocks

92

1998

June Children’s Day by Keith and Willis Hall Directed by Sylvia Iverson.First production in Harrogate Theatre Studio

91

1998

12-14 March The Donohue Sisters by Geraldine Aron Nidderdale One-Act plays, Pateley BridgeDirected by Doreen VauseAwards won:Garth Rawson cup for Festival runner-upKathy Cann was nominated for Best Actress

90

1998

February Abigail’s Party Directed by Mike Allen

89

1997

13-15November Confusions by Alan Ayckbourn Directed by Lilian Wilcocks

88

1997

May On Monday Next by Philip King Directed by Deryck Steele

 

87

1997

February Cuckoo School/ Seven Ages of Man Co-produced by Jane Coomber and Lilian Wilcocks

86

1996

November Verdict by Agatha Christie Produced by Lilian Wilcocks

86

1996

May How the Other Half Loves by Alan Ayckbourn Produced by Gillian Wolstenholme

85

1996

29 February –2 March Pack of Lies by Hugh Whitemore Produced by Lilian Wilcocks

84

1995

16-18November You Should See us Now by Peter Tinniswood Directed by Carolyne King

83

1995

May Hospital Corners (4 x one- act plays) Directed by Doreen Vause

82

1995

15-18 February Soapsud Island by Phillip Sheahan Produced by Stuart Kellett, north of England premiere.Also performed in Nidderdale and Harrogate Drama Festivals, March and June 1995.

81

1994

16-19November When We Are Married by J B Priestley Directed by Lilian Willcocks. This production was selected to mark bothJ B Priestley’s centenary and Woodlands 25thAnniversary.The plot revolves around three couples celebrating the 25th anniversary of their triple wedding.

80

1994

3-5 February With All My Love, I Hate You by Lynda MarchalA Talk in the Park (from confusions) by Alan AyckbournGreen Forms (from Office Suite) by Alan Bennett Produced by Carole SmithProduced by Lilian WilcocksProduced by Lilian Wilcocks

79

1993

November Gaslight by Patrick Hamilton Directed by Iris Mitchell

78

1993

13-15 May The Odd Couple by Neil Simon Directed by Carolyne King

77

1993

February Before the Party by Rodney Ackland based on a short story by W Somerset Maugham Directed by Iris Mitchell

76

1992

November Look Who’s Talking by Derek Benfield Directed by Deryck Steele

75

1992

13-16 May Pardon Me Prime Minister by Edward Taylor and John Graham Directed by Lilian Wilcocks

74

1992

March An Inspector Calls by J B Priestley Directed by Sylvia Iveson

73

1991

6-9 November Waters of the Moon by N C Hunter Directed by Iris Mitchell

72

1991

24-27 April Outside Edge by Richard Harris Directed by Carolyne King

71

1991

7-9 February The Curious Savage by John Patrick Directed by Deryck Steele

70

1990

November Murder on Arrival by George Batson Directed by Deryck Steele

69

1990

May Key for Two by John Chapman and David Freeman Directed by Lilian Wilcocks

68

1990

14-16 February The Haunted Through Lounge and Recessed Dining Nook at Farndale Castle by David McGillivray and Walter Zerlin Jnr Directed by Deryck Steele

67

1989

November Murder Deferred by Stuart Ready Directed by Iris Mitchell

66

1989

17-19 May Relatively Speaking by Alan Ayckbourn Directed by Olive Richardson

65

1989

March The Secret Tent by Elizabeth Addyman Directed by Sylvia Iveson

 

64

1988

November My Friend Miss Flint by Donald Churchill and Peter Yeldham

63

1988

25-27 May Clerical Errors by Georgina Reid Directed by Deryck Steele

62

1988

1-3 March Plaza Suite by Neil Simon Directed by Pauline Summersall and Lilian Wilcocks

61

1987

November Cat’s Cradle by Leslie Sands

60

1987

13-15 May Spring & Port Wine by Bill Naughton Directed by Iris Mitchell

59

1987

February Confusions by Alan Ayckbourn Directed by Lilian Wilcocks

58

1986

12-14November The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen’s Guild Dramatic Society Murder Mystery by David McGillivray and Walter Zerlin Jnr Directed by Deryck Steele

57

1986

13 July Albert by Richard Harris Directed by Lilian WilcocksThis and ‘Henry Hereafter’ performed as part of ‘Harrogate Enerthon Entertainment Marathon’ (supporting The British Heart Foundation’s 25thAnniversary Year) at The Old Swan Hotel.

56

1986

26-28 February Woman in a Dressing-Gown by Ted Willis Directed by Deryck Steele

55

1985

6-8 November The Day After the Fair by Frank Harvey Directed by Lilian Wilcocks

54

1985

8-10 May Caught on the Hop by Derek Benfield Directed by Jess Howell

53

1985

6-8 February Midsummer Mink by Peter Coke Directed by Deryck Steele

52

1984

November Dangerous Corner by J B Priestley Directed by Sylvia Iveson

51

1984

23-25 May Fresh Fields by Ivor Novello Directed by Pamela Moulds

50

1984

7-9 March An Evening of One Act Plays:Taken too Soon by Bruce McIntoshIncident by David CamptonAlbert by Richard Harris Taken too Soon – Directed by Iris Mitchell (Also performed in Nidderdale Festival at Frazer Theatre Knaresborough on 22 March)Incident – Directed by Pauline Summersall Albert – Directed by Lilian Wilcocks

49

1983

November Beyond a Joke by Derek Benfield Directed by Pamela Moulds

48

1985

8-10 May Caught on the Hop by Derek Benfield Directed by Jess Howell

47

1985

6-8 February Midsummer Mink by Peter Coke Directed by Deryck Steele

46

1984

November Dangerous Corner by J B Priestley Directed by Sylvia Iveson

45

1984

23-25 May Fresh Fields by Ivor Novello Directed by Pamela Moulds

44

1984

7-9 March An Evening of One Act Plays:Taken too Soon by Bruce McIntoshIncident by David CamptonAlbert by Richard Harris Taken too Soon – Directed by Iris Mitchell (Also performed in Nidderdale Festival at Frazer Theatre Knaresborough on 22 March)Incident – Directed by Pauline Summersall Albert – Directed by Lilian Wilcocks

43

1983

November Beyond a Joke by Derek Benfield Directed by Pamela Moulds

42

1983

27-29 April How the Other Half Loves by Alan Ayckbourn Directed by Deryck Steele

41

1983

9-11 February Relative Values by Noel Coward Directed by Lilian Wilcocks

40

1982

November Night Watch by Lucille Fletcher Directed by Pamela Moulds

39

1982

March Relics by David Campton Nidderdale One-Act Drama Festival

38

1982

12-14 May Move Over Mrs Markham by Ray Cooney and John Chapman Directed by Deryck Steele

37

1982

17-19 February The Edge of Darkness by Brian Clemens Directed by Iris Mitchell

 

36

1981

November The Gathering of the Clan by Directed by Pam Moulds

35

1981

May Uproar in the House by Anthony Marriott and Alistair Foot Directed by Lilian Wilcocks

34

1981

February Suddenly at Home by Francis Durbridge Directed by Pam Moulds

33

1980

November Black Chiffon by Lesley Storm Directed by Deryck Steele

32

1980

May They Don’t Grow on Trees by Ronald Millar Directed by Iris Mitchell

31

1980

February Celebration by Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall Directed by Iris Mitchell

30

1979

8-10 November The Hollow by Agatha Christie Directed by Pam Moulds

29

1979

May Man Alive by John Dighton Directed by Deryck Steele

28

1979

8-10 February The heiress by Ruth and Augustus Goetz (based on the novel Washington Square by Henry James) Produced by Lilian Wilcocks. Lilian also starred in the final two performances, standing in when the leading lady was taken ill with flu.

27

1978

1-4 November Dear Octopus by Dodie Smith Produced by Brian Foster

26

1978

5 April Dark Brown by Philip Johnson Nidderdale Festival of One Act Plays, Memorial Hall Pateley Bridge.Directed by Pamela Moulds.Pauline Sumersall nominated – Best Actress

25

1978

15 April Children’s Day (Act 1) by Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall East Central Divisional Final of National Festival of Community Theatre, Rowntree Theatre. Produced by Barbara LawJacqueline Scortorough won Best Actress

24

1978

February Goodnight Mrs Puffin by Arthur Lovegrove Directed by Pamela Moulds

23

1977

2-4 November When we are Married by J B Priestley Directed by Iris Mitchell and Deryck Steele

22

1977

24-26 February Cat on the Fiddle by John Dole Directed by Lilian Wilcocks

21

1976

November Bonaventure by Charlotte Hastings Directed by Deryck Steele

20

1976

May Blythe Spirit by Noel Coward Directed by Brian Foster

19

1976

4-6 March Separate Tables by Terence Rattigan Directed by Barbara Law

18

1975

November Breath of Spring by Peter Coke Directed by Lilian Wilcocks

17

1975

April Pools Paradise by Philip King Directed by Deryck Steele

16

1975

March The Exiles by James Joyce Directed by Pamela Moulds

15

1975

23-25 January Night Must Fall by Emlyn Williams Directed by Barry Atkinson

14

1974

October Sailor Beware by Philip King and Cary Falkland Directed by Pamela Moulds

13

1974

25-27 April A Letter from the General by Maurice McLoughlin Directed by Deryck Steele

12

1974

March Fine Weather for Repentance by Charles Mander Directed by Iris Mitchell

11

1973

22-24November The Joy Ride by Georgina Reed Directed by Lilian Wilcocks

10

1973

March No Fan for my Grave Directed by Deryck Steele

9

1972

November Present Laughter by Noel Coward Directed by Iris Mitchell

8

1972

16-17 June Orange Blossom by Philip Johnson Directed by Deryck SteelePerformed as evening of three one act plays with Silence on the Battlefield and Henry Hereafter (Killinghall Drama Group)

7

1972

March Silence on the Battlefield by David Campton Directed by Mike Goater

 

6

1972

January The Militants by Norman Holland Directed by Pamela Moulds

5

1971

April Men by Directed by Pauline Sumersall

4

1971

April Fumed Oak by Noel Coward Directed by Pamela Moulds

3

1971

April Dragons in Caves Brainerd, Helen Leary and Nolan Leary Duffield Directed by Iris Mitchell

2

1970

June Make Mine Mayfair by Barbara Van Kampen Directed by Pamela Moulds

1

1970

17-20 March Isolation at Eyam by Joyce Dennys Nidderdale Festival, Memorial Hall Darley, Directed by Audrey Norton.Awards won:Best PlayEva Houseman Trophy (Joint winners with Killinghall Drama Group}Best DirectorNidderdale Herald Trophy for best individual performance – Jessica Howell and Elizabeth CrossThis production gained 7 trophies in total.