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As well as a sterling production of Surfing, Carmarthen Bay, The Unknown Theatre Company took Ghost City by Gary Owen to the Glamorgan Drama League's annual One-Act Play Festival at Swansea's Dylan Thomas Theatre.

Ghost City not only picked up the Youth Award (that's 4 years in row now), but Melissa Moore won the Best Performance Award (not won by a youth theatre member before) and we also scored highly enough to be invited to perform in the Wales Final Festival of One-Act Plays in Milford Haven on 6th June 2009. It is extremely rare for youth companies to get a place in the final, so we are particularly delighted. We performed some interval songs and dances during the festival, on the last night, ensuring that the company's wide range of skills were clearly on display!

Click on the photos below to see larger versions of the same photo. Photos by John Hughes/Lon David.

ghost city receiving award mel receiving award

the company with the cardiff mayor

The Unknown Theatre Company sing and dance!
The Unknown Theatre Company sing and dance! The Unknown Theatre Company sing and dance!
The Unknown Theatre Company sing and dance! The Unknown Theatre Company sing and dance! The Unknown Theatre Company sing and dance!
The Unknown Theatre Company sing and dance! The Unknown Theatre Company sing and dance! The Unknown Theatre Company sing and dance!

The full story of the night, including the list of winners, can be found on the GDL's website, where a photogallery of winners is available.

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