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2009 Southampton Day 1 Results
Southampton Guildhall - Tuesday, March 3rd, 2009

BARTON PEVERIL COLLEGE, Eastleigh, Hampshire: the Southampton City Council Award for Best Drama Skills, the Ansvar Insurance Award for Concept Interpretation, and overall THIRD PLACE

BITTERNE PARK SECONDARY SCHOOL, Southampton, Hampshire: the Southampton Healthy Schools Award for Best Soundtrack, the Isle of Wight Healthy Schools Award for Most Entertaining Performance, the Hampshire Police Authority for Best Lighting Design, and the Southampton Drug and Alcohol Action Team Award for Achievement in Drug Awareness

THE MOUNTBATTEN SCHOOL LANGUAGE AND SPORTS COLLEGE, Romsey, Hampshire: the Hampshire Childrens Services Award for Best Performance Skill, the Isle of Wight Youth Inclusion Forum Award for Best Set Design, the Hampshire Constabulary Award for Best Video Performance, the Award for Media Management, and overall FIRST PLACE

TAUNTON'S COLLEGE, Southampton, Hampshire: the Award for Student Leadership, and the Gosport Borough Council Award for Concept Originality

WOODLANDS COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Southampton, Hampshire: the Hampshire Healthy Schools Award for Best Choreography, the Hampshire Drug and Alcohol Action Team Award for Best Hair and Make Up Design, the Be Your Best Foundation Award for Best Stage Crew, the Hampshire Police Authority Award for Spirit of Rock Challenge, the Award for Healthy Lifestyle, and overall SECOND PLACE

SIR WILLIAM RAMSAY SCHOOL, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire: the Sew N So Award for Best Costume Design, and the Award for School Community Support


BARTON PEVERIL COLLEGE, Eastleigh, Hampshire

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    Everyone loves a good film, but to what extent are we being influenced? Underage viewing is illegal and certificates are in place to protect young minds. 'Certification' takes the audience through a journey of popular films, from U to 15, depicting a snapshot from each. Our piece states a simple but powerful message - enjoy film but stick to your certificate.

SIR WILLIAM RAMSAY SCHOOL, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
"Leading Ladies"

    A glimpse into the lives of five extraordinary women whose courage, intellect, flair and creativity have had an enormous impact on the way we live our lives today. From the worlds of medicine, politics, aviation, fashion and literature comes a celebration of these inspirational women. Florence, Amy, Mary, Emily and J.K. ... Here come the girls!

TAUNTON'S COLLEGE, Southampton, Hampshire
"Swan Lake - An Artificial Reality"

    Every child has an imaginary friend. But what if your only companion was a figment of your imagination? Your drug-fuelled imagination! A lonely teenager falls in love with a stranger she meets at a party and will do anything to see him again. But how severe are the consequences of keeping this love alive? Addiction? Sanity? Or life itself?

THE MOUNTBATTEN SCHOOL A Language and Sports College, Romsey, Hampshire

    One in three people worldwide suffer from some form of mental illness, many of whom go undiagnosed or hide their condition due to societies? misconceptions. The media often fuels and promote these misconceptions. This performance creatively examines the experience of 3 teenagers and their response to schizophrenia and some of its related conditions such as paranoia and delusions.

"Raw Fear"

    Have you ever had that feeling like your dream is real?
    Have you woken breathless from a nightmare, scared? Still!
    A young girl's dream becomes a reality nightmare in this horror tale.
    A dark mysterious character raises the dead from hell.
    In a grave attempt to bring himself back to life.
    The children seek freedom, a future free of strife.