|Best Youth Production (The Trant Trophy)||Starcast with Girls Like That by Evan Placey|
|Best Direction (Chairman's Shield)||Lewis Evans, Amy Fielding, and the cast for Box House Theatre's production of Twisted Tales|
|Best Adult Actor (TDF Cup)||Peter Burton and Tim Ponsford in Bishopstoke Players' production of Out of the Flying Pan by David Campton|
|Best Adult Actress (TDF Cup)||Jordan Sky Finding in Bournemouth Little Theatre's production of Colder Than Here by Laura Wade|
|Best Supporting Adult Player (The Cullen Cup)||Lou Parker-Jones in Bishopstoke Players' production of Out of You Tell Me by Peter Yates|
|Best Youth Actor (The Harris Trophy)||Will Muir in Limitless Academy of Performing Arts' production of Brook for Nothing by Paul Adam Levy|
|Best Youth Actress (The Harris Trophy)||Maddy Ryalls in Studio Youth Theatre's production of Institute by Marcus Armstrong|
|Best Supporting Youth Player (The Hibbert Trophy)||Hannah Porter in Starcast Drama Company's production of Including Shooter by Nicholas C Pappas|
|Technical Achievement (The Arthur Whittaker Award)||Starcast Drama Company with Girls Like That by Evan Placey|
|Adjudicator's Award (The Harding Shield)||Peter McAuley for his work with the productions from Studio Youth Theatre & Starcast Drama Company|
|Best Original Script||Mary Stone with Yards Apart (Maskers Theatre Company)|
Salisbury, England! A Cathedral City, nestling placidly in the peaceful valley of the River Avon! A haven of tranquillity for over seven hundred years… or is it?
Five survivors take shelter in the remains of an old theatre in a mental institution at the end of the world. As they settle in, they begin investigating the remains left by the previous inhabitants and begin to uncover some of the horrors concealed ….
Neighbours young, pregnant, Polish Viki and uptight, intensely private, elderly Mark seem two of the most unlikely people to form a friendship. Can they overcome their differences?
The Mews is certainly not intended for the homeless to infiltrate their private world where Lexi is arrested for causing a public affray.
Only Lexi is the daughter for a prominent MP and wasn’t along in instigating the trouble. Politics, police and the press collide…
Nobody can ignore the fact that Myra is dying, but in the meantime life goes on. There are boilers to be fixed and the perfect funeral to be planned. As a mother chooses burial spots and a biodegradable coffin, her family are finally forced to communicate with her, and each other, as they face up to an unpredictable future.
Being a teenager is hard, and nobody wants to talk about it. Confronting the daily challenges of growing up, including dealing with parents who just don't get it, rumors, bullying, and suicide.
How do you talk about something unthinkable?
Henry VIII is still with us today complacently asserting wealth and patriarchy. This modern tale of six women who marry the same man addresses the age-old questions of gender and power.
Amid fanfares and popping flash bulbs, two diplomats meet to engage in a bout of international bargaining.
When a naked photograph of Scarlett goes viral, she becomes the centre of attention for all the wrong reasons. But while rumours run wild and everyone forms an opinion, Scarlett just stays silent...
After moving into a bedsit with his mother, Brook meets two older teenage housemates who try to get him to take responsibility for himself. Brook is forced to listen to other's inexperienced life lessons as he tries to decide what his future holds.
A group of thespians stumble upon an ominous book filled with grisly and gory tales. Will the thespians be bound to act as the book's puppets? Destined for a life of performing, but never truly free.
We were delighted to introduce Keith Phillips as our adjudicator for our 2022 Festival.
Keith has a wealth of experience with 40 years in all aspects of amateur theatre as an actor, writer, director and designer. He is also the founder and technical director of his own theatre group. Outside of amateur theatre he is an executive and life coach and can often be heard online as a voice over artist for websites.
This was Keith’s first visit to the Totton Festival.