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Awards

Trophies won outside the company.

This section commemorates those awards that have been won by members of Ottershaw Players in outside events, drama festivals, etc.  Entries in bold are winners; other entries are nominations.

See below for trophies awarded within the company.

Event Award Category Awardee Role / Production
Spelthorne & Runnymede Drama Festival 2013 Winner Best New Play Ottershaw Players Stay'd For
Spelthorne & Runnymede Drama Festival 2013 Nomination Tecnical Merit Ottershaw Players Stay'd For
Spelthorne & Runnymede Drama Festival 2013 Nomination Stage Presentation Ottershaw Players Stay'd For
Woking Drama Festival 2013 Winner Technical Excellence Ottershaw Players Stay'd For
Woking Drama Festival 2013 Winner Best Use of Sound Andy Lacey Stay'd For
National George Taylor Memorial Award 2011/2012 3rd Place Best New Script Graham Collier Made Glorious Summer
NODA South Eastern Region AGM 2013 Winner NODA Accolade for Excellence and Achievement in Drama Ottershaw Players A Christmas Carol, Directed by Graham Botterill
NODA South Eastern Region AGM 2012 Winner NODA Accolade for Excellence and Achievement in Drama Ottershaw Players Rumours, Directed by Mark Holton
Spelthorne & Runnymede Drama Festival 2011 Winner Best New Play Graham Collier Made Glorious Summer
Spelthorne & Runnymede Drama Festival 2011 Winner Best Actor Mark Holton Eathan Hawley in Made Glorious Summer
Spelthorne & Runnymede Drama Festival 2011 Winner Back Stage Award Ottershaw Players Made Glorious Summer
Spelthorne & Runnymede Drama Festival 2011 Nomination Best Supporting Player Julia Stevens Margie Young-Hunt in Made Glorious Summer
Spelthorne & Runnymede Drama Festival 2011 Nomination Technical Merit Ottershaw Players Made Glorious Summer
Spelthorne & Runnymede Drama Festival 2011 Nomination Best Youth Player Georgia Jags, Merlin White-Aldworth, Ben Rollnson, Matilda Street Lisa, Darren, Shaun, Shannon in The Queen Must Die
Spelthorne & Runnymede Drama Festival 2011 Nomination Stage Presentation Ottershaw Players The Queen Must Die, Made Glorious Summer
Woking Drama Festival Nomination Best Supporting Actor Sandy Hurle Mr Baker in Made Glorious Summer
Woking Drama Festival Nomination Best Supporting Actress Julia Stevens Margie Young-Hunt in Made Glorious Summer
Woking Drama Festival Nomination Best Actor Mark Holton Eathan Hawley in Made Glorious Summer
Woking Drama Festival Nomination Best Junior Player Georgia Jags, Merlin White-Aldworth Lisa and Darren in The Queen Must Die
Woking Drama Festival Nomination Adjudicators Award Devon White-Aldworth Mad Mike in The Queen Must Die
Woking Drama Festival Nomination Best Youth Production Ottershaw Players The Queen Must Die
Spelthorne & Runnymede Drama Festival 2010 Winner Best Supporting Player Jean Matthews A Mother in Afternoon At The Seaside
Spelthorne & Runnymede Drama Festival 2010 Nomination Stage Presentation Ottershaw Players Afternoon At The Seaside
Woking Drama Festival 2010 Winner Best Supporting Actor Keith Hughes Beach Attendant in Afternoon At The Seaside
Woking Drama Festival 2010 Nomination Best Actor Bob Day George Crum in Afternoon At The Seaside
Woking Drama Festival 2010 Nomination Best Supporting Actress Jean Matthews A Mother in Afternoon At The Seaside
Woking Drama Festival 2010 Nomination Adjudicators Award Ottershaw Players Afternoon At The Seaside
Spelthorne & Runnymede Drama Festival 2009 Winner Under 16 Youth Award Ottershaw Players Sparkleshark
Spelthorne & Runnymede Drama Festival 2009 Nomination Best Actor Graham Botterill Donald Duck in Blue Remembered Hills
Spelthorne & Runnymede Drama Festival 2009 Nomination Best Actress Melanie Brenchley Angela in Blue Remembered Hills
Spelthorne & Runnymede Drama Festival 2009 Nomination Mary Fitzhugh Award for Comedy Sandy Hurle Willie in Blue Remembered Hills
Spelthorne & Runnymede Drama Festival 2009 Nomination Most Promising Youth Player Grace Mandeville, James Cochrane Polly and Russell in Sparkleshark
Spelthorne & Runnymede Drama Festival 2009 Nomination Stage Presentation Ottershaw Players Blue Remembered Hills, Sparkleshark
Woking Drama Festival 2009 Winner Best Supporting Actor Graham Botterill Donald Duck in Blue Remembered Hills
Woking Drama Festival 2009 Nomination Best Actor Sandy Hurle Willie in Blue Remembered Hills
Woking Drama Festival 2009 Nomination Best Supporting Actress Melanie Brenchley, Julia Stevens Angela and Audrey in Blue Remembered Hills
Woking Drama Festival 2009 Nomination Best Youth Production Ottershaw Players Sparkleshark
Woking Drama Festival 2009 Nomination Lighting Ottershaw Players Blue Remembered Hills
Woking Drama Festival 2009 Nomination Technical Excellence Ottershaw Players Blue Remembered Hills, Sparkleshark
Spelthorne & Runnymede Drama Festival 2008 Winner Best Actress Julia Stevens Dawn/Voice in All In The Timing
Spelthorne & Runnymede Drama Festival 2008 Winner The Mary Fitzhugh Comedy Award Ottershaw Players All In The Timing. Directed by Peter Moore. Designed by Claire White-Aldworth
Spelthorne & Runnymede Drama Festival 2008 Nomination Best Actor Graham Collier Don/Voice in All In The Timing
Spelthorne & Runnymede Drama Festival 2008 Nomination Technical Merit Award Ottershaw Players All In The Timing
Woking Drama Festival 2008 Winner Best Supporting Actor Graham Collier Don/Voice in All In The Timing
Woking Drama Festival 2008 Nomination Best Supporting Actor Bill Jackson Bill/Jack in All In The Timing
Woking Drama Festival 2008 Nomination Best Supporting Actress Julia Stevens Dawn/Voice in All In The Timing
Woking Drama Festival 2008 Nomination Best Director Peter Moore All In The Timing
Woking Drama Festival 2008 Nomination Technical Excellence Ottershaw Players All In The Timing
NODA Southern Region AGM 2008 Winner NODA Accolade for Excellence and Achievement in Drama Ottershaw Players Whose Life Is It Anyway? Directed by Peter Moore. Designed by Alan Wakefield.
Spelthorne Drama Festival 2007 Winner Best Supporting Actress Alison Byers Angie in Charity Begins...
Spelthorne Drama Festival 2007 Nomination Best Actress Nicky Breslin Teresa in Charity Begins...
Spelthorne Drama Festival 2007 Nomination Best Actress Kay Doyle Melanie in Charity Begins...
Spelthorne Drama Festival 2007 Nomination Best Supporting Actress Anne Niven Mrs Castle-Kettle in Charity Begins...
Spelthorne Drama Festival 2007 Nomination Best Comedy Performance Alison Byers Angie in Charity Begins...
Spelthorne Drama Festival 2007 Nomination Best Stage Presentation Ottershaw Players Charity Begins? Directed by Jenny Whitehouse
NODA South-East Region AGM 2007 Winner Haslemere Trophy for Artistic Presentation Ottershaw Players The Wind In The Willows. Directed by Matthew Horton. Designed by Alan Wakefield
Spelthorne Drama Festival 2006 Winner Adjudicators Award Ottershaw Players The Man In The Middle Of The Road by Paul Foster
Spelthorne Drama Festival 2006 Nomination Best Actor Adrian Hume Robinson Adam in TheMan In The Middle Of The Road
Woking Drama Festival 2006 Nomination Best Youth Actor Jack Breslin Salty in Teechers
Spelthorne Drama Festival 2005 Nomination Best Stage Presentation Ottershaw Players Auras by Suzannah Zerfahs. Directed by Suzannah Zerfahs.
Spelthorne Drama Festival 2005 Nomination Best New Play Ottershaw Players Auras by Suzannah Zerfahs. Directed by Suzannah Zerfahs.
Woking Drama Festival 2005 Nomination Best Actor Tim Matthews Red in Auras
Woking Drama Festival 2005 Nomination Best Youth Actor Michael Stainer Blue in Auras
NODA Southern Region AGM 2005 Winner NODA Accolade for Excellence and Achievement in Drama Ottershaw Players A Christmas Carol. Directed by Danny Sparkes. Designed by Alan Wakefield.
Elmbridge Drama Festival 2005 Nomination Best Actor Wilf Hashimi Gary Butt in Mr. Butts Wicked Deed
Elmbridge Drama Festival 2005 Nomination Best Actress Lianne Dempsey Dawn Codd in Mr. Butts Wicked Deed
Elmbridge Drama Festival 2005 Nomination Best Supporting Player Nicky Breslin Etta Codd in Mr. Butts Wicked Deed
Elmbridge Drama Festival 2005 Nomination Best Supporting Youth Player Caroline Thorne Shaz in Mr. Butts Wicked Deed
Elmbridge Drama Festival 2005 Nomination Best Supporting Youth Player Finlay Breslin Innocence in Mr. Butts Wicked Deed
Elmbridge Drama Festival 2005 Nomination Best Original Play Wilf Hashimi & Suzannah Zerfahs Mr. Butts Wicked Deed
Woking Drama Festival 2004 Nomination Best Actor Wilf Hashimi Gary Butt in Mr. Butts Wicked Deed
Woking Drama Festival 2004 Nomination Best Original Play Wilf Hashimi & Suzannah Zerfahs Mr. Butts Wicked Deed
Woking Drama Festival 2003 Winner Technical Excellence Ottershaw Players Mr. Pinns Good Deed
Woking Drama Festival 2003 Nomination Best Director Wilf Hashimi Mr. Pinns Good Deed
Woking Drama Festival 2003 Nomination Best Actor Matthew Horton Mr. Pinn in Mr Pinns Good Deed
Woking Drama Festival 2003 Nomination Best Junior Player Lianne Dempsey Dawn in Mr. Pinns Good Deed
Woking Drama Festival 2003 Nomination Best Original Play Wilf Hashimi & Suzannah Zerfahs Mr. Pinns Good Deed
Woking Drama Festival 2001 Nomination Adjudicators Award Ottershaw Players Costume and make-up in Teddy Bears Picnic
Woking Drama Festival 2001 Nomination Best Supporting Actress Sue Sampson Sganarelle
Woking Drama Festival 2001 Nomination Best Junior Player Graeme Kelly Teddy Bears Picnic
Woking Drama Festival 2001 Nomination Technical Excellence Ottershaw Players Teddy Bears Picnic
Woking Drama Festival 1985 Winner Best Actor Wally Walters A Question Of No!
Woking Drama Festival 1985 Winner 2nd Place Play Ottershaw Players A Question Of No! by Kay Mellor. Directed by Peter Pratt.
Woking Drama Festival 1982 Winner Best Supporting Player Ian Evans A Voyage Round My Father
Spelthorne Drama Festival 1980 Winner Third-Place Ottershaw Players The Yellow Tuesday
Elmbridge Drama Festival 1980 Winner Runner-Up Ottershaw Players The Lover by Harold Pinter
Elmbridge Drama Festival 1980 Winner Best Actor Alun Gronow The Husband in The Lover
Elmbridge Drama Festival 1980 Winner Best Actress Barbara McRae The Wife in The Lover
Maidenhead Drama Festival 1978 Winner Special Award for Stage Presentation Ottershaw Players The Ruffian On The Stair by Joe Orton
Elmbridge Drama Festival 1978 Winner Best Actor Geoff Kirk Mike in The Ruffian On The Stair
Woking Drama Festival 1977 Winner New Play Award Tim Carter The Removal by Tim Carter
Guildford Drama Festival 1977 Winner Debenham Trophy for Originality Ottershaw Players A Master Of Two Servants by George Mully. Produced by Geoff Kirk.
Woking Drama Festival 1976 Winner Best Play Ottershaw Players If There Werent Any Blacks Youd Have To Invent Them by Johnny Speight. Directed by Chris Fisher.
Guildford Drama Festival 1976 Winner Debenham Trophy for Originality Ottershaw Players The Dancers by David Cregan. Produced by Rob Wilkins.
Elmbridge Drama Festival 1976 Winner Best Actress Daphne Williams The Dancers
Guildford Drama Festival 1975 Winner Best Play Ottershaw Players Sequence of Events. Directed by Margaret Lacey.
Guildford Drama Festival 1975 Winner Best Actor Rob Wilkins The Hangman in Sequence of Events
Woking Drama Festival 1974 Winner Best Play Ottershaw Players Transcending by David Cregan. Directed by Alan Wakefield.
Woking Drama Festival 1973 Winner 2nd Place Play Ottershaw Players The Waiting Room by John Bowen. Directed by Tricia Payne.
Staines Festival 1967 Winner Runners-Up Ottershaw Players This Desirable Cottage
         

Trophies awarded within the company.

This section commemorates those awards that have been awarded to members of Ottershaw Players within the company of Players. See above for trophies awarded outside the company.

The Sue Fry Memorial Trophy

Voted for by the members and awarded, after the Christmas show to the young person who has made the most valuable contribution to the group

Year Recipient
2009 Sorcha Breslin
2008 Amelia & Grace Mandeville
2007 James Cochrane
2006 Cast & Director of Teechers
2005 Suzi Braggins & Anna Bonnett
2004 Tom Tiner & Derrick Robinson
2003 Megan Walker & Jack Breslin
2002 Suszi Braggins
2001 Simon Botterill

The Castle Cup (formerly Players’ Cup)

Voted for by the members and awarded, at the AGM, to the person(s) who have made the most valuable contribution to the group during the previous year.

Year Recipient
2014/15 Nigel Tyler
2013/14 Matthew Horton
2012/13 Alan Wakefield
2011/12 Andrew Midson
2010 Phil Pile
2009 Jean Matthews
2008 Lyn Mison
2007 Claire White-Aldworth
2006 Lisel Slark
2005 Christine Moore & Peter Moore
2004 Jim Gallimore
2003 Alan Wakefield
2002 The Hamel-Cooke Family
2001 Joan McPherson
2000 Terry Fry
1999 Bob & Kriss Day
1998 Danny Sparkes
1997 Peter Pratt
1996 Joan McPherson
1995 Bill Payne
1994 Jane Owen
1993 John Fillmore
1992 no award
1991 John Fillmore
1990 no award
1989 Alun Gronow
1988 Tony & Julia Payne
1987 Rob Wilkins
1986 - Not Awarded -
1985 Christine Curtis
1984 Howard Jacobs
1983 Peter Pratt
1982 Carlton Wylie
1981 Beverley-Jane & Geoff Clements
1980 Tony Payne
1979 Sheila Martin
1978 Marjorie Easton
1977 Colin Dorling
1976 Geoff Kirk
1975 Peter Pratt
1974 Dyllis Robinson
1973 Sandra Wilkins
1972 Rob Wilkins
1971 Steve Robinson
1970 Avril Barwick
1969 Lawrence Lipp

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