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    The Embassy Theatre - Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010

    The Embassy Theatre - Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010

    GLEED GIRLS' TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE: the Lincolnshire Police Award for Set Design and Staging, the East Lindsey District Council Award for Concept Originality, the Visions Unlimited Award for Video Performance, and overall THIRD PLACE

    JOHN SPENDLUFFE TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE: the Branston Award for Hair and Make-Up Design, and the East Lindsey District Council Award for Stage Crew

    KING EDWARD VI HUMANITIES COLLEGE: the Tanks and Vessels Award for Costume Design, the Tega Award for Lighting Design, and the Award for Positive Inclusion

    ST BEDE'S CATHOLIC SCHOOL: the Lincolnshire County Council Award for Choreography, the Tanks and Vessels Award for Soundtrack, the Lincolnshire Community Foundation Award for Entertainment, the Lincolnshire County Council Award for Spirit of Rock Challenge®, the Award for Achievement in Drug Awareness, the Award for Press Coverage, the Award for School Community Support, the Award for Healthy Lifestyle, and overall SECOND PLACE

    THE SKEGNESS GRAMMAR SCHOOL: the Branston Award for Performance Skill, the Lincolnshire Police Award for Drama Skills, the Lincolnshire County Council Award for Concept Interpretation, the Lincolnshire Community Foundation Award for Performers' Choice Award, the Award for Student Leadership, and overall FIRST PLACE


    GLEED GIRLS' TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE, Spalding, Lincolnshire
    "One Man's Rubbish is Another Man's Gold"

      Some people see rubbish as waste or recycling but other people see the same objects as being valuable to them, which can be used in their daily routine and therefore demonstrating how One Man's Rubbish could be Another Man's Gold. For instance, our graffiti wall is art to some people but is seen as a human disgrace by other people.

    "The Fear of The Unknown"

      The fear of the unknown. Are they sent to challenge our apprehensions and fears? A girl's sleep is disturbed. She sees painted faces: she feels them mocking, laughing, poking, pulling. Fighting against the faces, they are too strong. She is pulled into a world where people are watching, waiting to be entertained. This is her worst nightmare ... or is it?

    "Anti-social behaviour ?"

      In our grey, bleak times we look in tear-stained despair at the daily increase of prejudice-driven violent crime. It is like we are living in a machine-driven war zone, where the common currency is death. A social sickness is quickly spreading like the plague through our communities - but is it really all that new?

    ST. BEDE'S GRAMMAR SCHOOL, Boston, Leicestershire
    "Perfection is Deception"

      In a child's dream, a toy shop is brought magically to life. It sounds like a perfect world: is it? we soon discover not everything is as it seems in the toy shop. Behind the perfect image of a doll lies a mean, ruthless heart. Image is not everything: those flawed on the outside are on the inside often faultless!

    THE SKEGNESS GRAMMAR SCHOOL, Skegness, Lincolnshire
    "The Real Toy Box"

      Have you ever thought about how children's toys reflect the evils of the adult world? Should Barbie portray as much sexual prowess? Would your son enjoy playing with his toy gun if he knew the reality of war? How much do the rules of play and our early learning experiences affect the decisions we make in the future ?


    The evening show was presented by Georgina Chapman and Tessa Mouat, winners of the Lincolnshire "Find a Compère" competition

      For UKRC: David Beal (Stage Manager), Dan McCready and Anthony "Ants" Sweetman (Assistant Stage Managers), Stuart MacGregor (Community Development / PR Manager), Zoie Golding (UKRC Producer), Tim Macfarlane (Event Manager) and Sam "Bam" Connis (Production Assistant);
      From TEGA: Tom Mumby (Lx) and Ed Coupland (Fx);
      From Visions Unlimited: Rob Morphew (mix) and Tom Bishop (camera);
      From the Embassy Theatre: Mick Manning (Stage Manager) and Grant Witton (Senior Technician);
      Volunteers: John and Wendy Arrowsmith