ANSVAR MERCURY FM CRAWLEY DAY 1 UK ROCK CHALLENGE RESULTS

The Hawth Theatre, Crawley - March 10th 2003


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AWARDS

BOGNOR REGIS COMMUNITY COLLEGE: the Mercury FM Award for Best Soundtrack, the West Sussex County Council Award for Most Entertaining Performance, and overall Third Place

DAVISON HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS: the Sussex Connexions Award for Best Drama Skills, the West Sussex Strategic Community Safety Partnership Award for Best Choreography, the Ansvar Award for Best Concept, and overall Second Place

MANHOOD COMMUNITY COLLEGE: the Award for Best Hair & Makeup

OATHALL COMMUNITY COLLEGE: the Sussex Police Award for Best Stage Crew

STEYNING GRAMMAR LOWER SCHOOL: the Award for Student Leadership

STEYNING GRAMMAR UPPER SCHOOL: the Be Your Best Foundation Performers' Choice Award

WAVELL SCHOOL: the Sewing World Award for Best Costume Design, the American Express Award for Best Set Design & Staging, the Crimestoppers Award for Best Lighting Design, and overall First Place

THEMES

Bognor Regis Community College
"Legends"

It's Christmas party time at the Bognor variety home for 'resting' performers. No entertainment required! With so many legends living under one roof - they'll make their own. How many can you spot!

Davison High School For Girls
"8 Percent!"

Women have still to achieve equal status to men in the armed forces. In addition to remaining a minority, the percentage of women in the higher officer and enlisted ranks continues to be lower that the percentage of women in service.

Manhood Community College
"Ladles, Briefcases and Sleeping Bags"

Manhood's dance looks at the prejudices the homeless have to face. It follows their struggle to find some equality in the modern society. We see the efforts of the soup ladies in bringing together the homeless with the well-off.

Oathall Community College
"Live and Let Dance"

The James Bond films recently enjoyed their 40th anniversary. Our dance celebrates what has become a cinematic tradition, drawing upon the images, music, heroes and villains associated with the legend of Bond ... James Bond!

Steyning Grammar Lower School
"The Vicious Circle"

The dance is an interpretation of the highs and lows drug users will experience and will also show the vicious cycle that drugs become when the person becomes an addict.

Steyning Grammar Upper School
"Doing It For Ourselves"

For years woman have had to struggle to have the same equal opportunities as men. Although it has improved, women can still be seen as the weaker sex. Steyning Grammar School has tried to portray this fight for equality in society and prove that we're doing it for ourselves.

Wavell School
"Legacy"

The great forests of our world produce 80% of our oxygen supply. If we fight the spirits of the forest and destroy the homes of the forest people and animals ... what will be our legacy to the future?