|2009 Skegness Results|
|2009 LINCS FM BE YOUR BEST ROCK CHALLENGE®|
The Embassy Theatre, Skegness - Thursday, March 19th, 2009
THE GILES SCHOOL - SPECIALIST IN VISUAL ARTS, Boston, Lincs (NEW SCHOOL): the Tanks and Vessels Award for Best Performance Skill, the Award for Healthy Lifestyle, and overall THIRD PLACE
GLEED GIRLS' TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE, Spalding, Lincolnshire: the Lincolnshire County Council Award for Best Choreography, the Award for School Community Support, and overall SECOND PLACE
HAVEN HIGH TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE, Boston, Lincolnshire (NEW SCHOOL): the Lincolnshire County Council Award for Most Entertaining Performance, the Ansvar Insurance Award for Best Costume Design, the Lincolnshire Co-Operative Award for Concept Originality, and the Tanks and Vessels Award for Achievement in Drug Awareness
JOHN SPENDLUFFE TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE, Alford, Lincolnshire (NEW SCHOOL): the Lincolnshire Police Award for Best Hair and Make-Up Design, and the Award for Student Leadership
KING EDWARD VI HUMANITIES COLLEGE, Spilsby, Lincolnshire (NEW SCHOOL): the Lincolnshire Co-Operative Award for Concept Interpretation, the Visions Unlimited Award for Best Video Performance, the Lincolnshire County Council Award for Spirit of Rock Challenge, and the Tega Award for Best Lighting Design
ST BEDE'S CATHOLIC SCIENCE COLLEGE, Boston, Lincolnshire (NEW SCHOOL): the Branston Award for Best Set Design and Staging, the Lincolnshire Police Performers' Choice Award, the Branston Award for Best Drama Skills, the Lincs FM Award for Best Soundtrack, the Tanks and Vessels Award for Best Stage Crew, and overall FIRST PLACE
THE GILES SCHOOL - SPECIALIST IN VISUAL ARTS, Boston, Lincs (NEW SCHOOL)
"What are we doing to our world ?"
The widespread increase in violence in our world today is something that we are very concerned about, whether it be knife crime, terrorism or the results of drug abuse. We aim to symbolise what will happen if the problems are not addressed, a world in chaos !
GLEED GIRLS' TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE, Spalding, Lincolnshire
"Women Through The Ages (Emily Pankhurst Story)"
Our dance follows the advancement of women in the UK that Emily Pankhurst started back in 1889 when she founded the Women's Franchise League. Emily died in 1928, shortly after women were granted equal voting rights with men, but our dance lets her join us across the decades to witness the evolution of her revolution.
HAVEN HIGH TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE, Boston, Lincolnshire (NEW SCHOOL)
Our theme of "Space" combines the visions of the Be Your Best Foundation and UNESCO's "International Year of Astronomy 2009". Both visions share the idea of a future full of health, wonder and shining opportunities. Our piece embraces these visions through carefully selected music representing the five elements of the universe: the sun, planets, moons, asteroids and comets.
JOHN SPENDLUFFE TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE, Alford, Lincolnshire (NEW SCHOOL)
"Love and Loss"
This piece illustrates how people do not realise how much they love someone or something until it is gone. It shows the love and loss of everyday life and the impact on those who are left behind. People can be torn apart by love just as much as loss.
KING EDWARD VI HUMANITIES COLLEGE, Spilsby, Lincolnshire (NEW SCHOOL)
In the beginning there was nothing ... this piece tracks the beginning of life from the big bang and the four elements Earth, Air, Fire and Water, through to the evolution of life to the present day.
ST BEDE'S CATHOLIC SCIENCE COLLEGE, Boston, Lincolnshire (NEW SCHOOL)
"Bede's Expect Respect"
In a story about the desire to be respected for "who you are" and not "what you are". Boston has been split in two ! The girls fighting for glamour and the boys desperate to be idolised, but as Romeo and Juliet goes - boy meets girl, they fall in love. Can their love reunite the youth of Boston ?
David Beal (Stage Manager), Anthony ("Ants") Sweetman (Assistant Stage Manager), Tim Macfarlane (Event Manager) and Stuart MacGregor (Business Development Manager);
From Tega: Tony Jennings (Lx) and Tom Mumby (Fx);
From Visions Unlimited: Tracy Dart (mix and camera 2) and Rob Morphew (roving camera 3);
From the Embassy Theatre: Keith Stallard and Mick;
Volunteers: Tom Gale (runner), Wendy (merchandise) and John