Leeds Arts Centre is a prestigious amateur theatre group which presents a wide variety of plays at the Carriageworks Theatre on Millennium Square in Leeds.
We offer opportunities to all who are interested in becoming involved with any aspect of drama, including acting, directing, stage management, props, designing, costumes, lighting, sound, publicity and front of house.
Tom and Maggie Tulliver, siblings growing up at Dorlcote Mill on the River Floss, have an intense and abiding bond.
Maggie is intelligent, wilful and passionate; Tom is a practical, unforgiving boy, not cut our for the ‘book learning’ expected of him. As they grow, events strain their relationship. Both make choices dictated by their characters and their places in the world, driving the wedge deeper between them and culminating in tragedy.
George Eliot’s novel is no drawing-room affair of manners and this thrilling adaptation is theatrical and physical.
Best Female Supporting Performance (in a dramatic production)
- Enya Lucas – Steel Magnolias
- Carol Bell – Steel Magnolias
- Margaret Savage – Charley’s Aunt
- Olivia Richardson – The Colin Atkins Story
Best Male Supporting Performance (Audrey Raynor trophy for a dramatic production)
Best Female Performance (in a dramatic production)
- Jessica Glanz – Blood and Ice
Commitment in a Non-Acting Role (Freda McHale trophy)
- Jenny Carter & Zoë Freedman
Outstanding Service Award
- Mary Nelson – Winner
Best Visual Presentation (Sybil Jenkins trophy)
Best Play (Pearl Baxter Rose Bowl)
- Blood and Ice – Winner