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