History As It Wasn't: The results are in!
Congratulation to Meryl Walker and Phil Mison who came first and second, respectively, in our latest short play contest, History As It Wasn't.
The contest pitch was simple but intriguing: what if history took a different turn at some crucial moment in time, and our Members really applied themselves to the task in their entries and made for a really enjoyable and competitive evening.
1ST - THE VIOLINIST by Meryl Walker (pictured left) 175 points
2ND - AN INSPECTOR CALLS by Phil Mison (pictured right) 166 points
3RD - DELICIOUS by Michael Barry 164 points
4TH - THE PRIME MINISTER ADDRESSES THE NATION by Francis Beckett 163 points
5TH - MOBILE by Terry Sanderson 162 points
6TH - AT KING ARTHUR'S COURT by Giles Armstrong 152 points
7TH - INDEPENDENCE MEANS INDEPENDENCE by Matthew Partridge 149 points
8TH - 1215 AND ALL THAT by Peter Thompson 134 points
9TH - FULL MARX by Barry Staff 129 points
10TH - A FEW FACTS by Nina Jaglom 127 points