Arts Richmond News
Despite the current situation or as it stood on Sunday. Arts Richmond had a wonderful afternoon at The Exchange Twickenham celebrating the work of all our 24 finalists of the Young Writers competition, which was launched last September last year.
Our finalists enjoyed actors, AJ MacGillivray, Lauren Anthony and Victoria Morrison wonderfully directed by Arts Richmonds Keith Wait, bring to life all twenty four pieces of work.
The production ended with a winner from each age group being announced and certificates and prizes being presented by Richmond upon Thames Mayor Nancy Baldwin and Arts Richmond Chair Hilary Dodman.
Winners were as follows
Cassia Mavra (year 4) Lowther Primary School for ‘The Girl: Chapter one’
Emily Hayman (Year 6) Queens School Kew ‘See Me As I Am’
Simone de Almeida (Year 8) Ursuline High School Wimbledon ‘Requiem’
James Hunter (Year 11) St Benedict’s ‘Car Crash’
As with each year our Chair Hilary Dodman chooses two Laureates from the older age groups to represent Arts Richmond for the year.
Simone de Almeida and James Hunter have been chosen and will be invited to a number of productions and exhibitions though the year to review for our website and Newsletter.
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