Awards


Telstars has enjoyed considerable success with a wide variety of one-act plays, often in the arena of competitive drama. "Visitor from Mamaroneck" from Neil Simon's "Plaza Suite", Nick Hall's "Pastiche" and "Eat Your Heart Out", David Campton's "Can You Hear The Music" have all been winners of the Glamorgan One-Act Play Final of the Drama Association of Wales Festival with Harry Glass' "A New Interest in Life" and Richard Harris' "Albert" going on to win the All Wales Final and Representing Wales in the British Final of One-Act Plays in 1995 and 1996.

In recent years, both individual and group success has been achieved by Telstars and its various members. Please select a period below to view all the awards won during that period:


2001 - Present



2010
Bernleigh Award for the Best Presentation
Telstars Theatre Company
(Ritual For Dolls)


David Davies Memorial Trophy for Best Adult Group
Telstars Theatre Company
(Ritual For Dolls)


Bob McTurk Memorial Trophy for Best Director
Teri McCarthy
(Ritual For Dolls)


Best Individual Performance Award
Emily-Rose Matthews
(Interior Designs)


2008
Glamorgan County Cup Festival Winners
Telstars Theatre Company
(Watching the Magpies)


Best Individual Performance
Suzanne Mainwaring
(Watching the Magpies)


Bea Wells' Memorial Trophy for Best Comedy Performance
Jo West
(Parasites)


2007
Bob McTurk Trophy for Best Director
Jo West
(A Little Extra Help)


Bea Wells' Memorial Trophy for Best Comedy Performance
Paul Robinson
(Murder at the Wedding & A Little Extra Help)


2005
GDL Adjudicators Award
Kay Baber & Paul Villa
(The Crucible)


Best Actress
Suzanne Mainwaring
(The Crucible, as Mary Warren)


GDL Adjudicators Award For Original Costume
Telstars Theatre Company
(The Return Journey)


2004
Best Actress
Suzanne Mainwaring
(Family Planning, as Tracy Roberts)


2003
Best Actress Award
Kay Baber
(Teechers)