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It's All Part Of A Trajectory

They may have started with a blank canvas, but Tryst Theatre 'C' now have the Scottish Finals firmly in the frame.

Their "semi-professional" one-act version of Yasmina Reza's hit comedy Art was awarded the Outlook Tower Trophy for first place by adjudicator Richard Ellis at the Eastern Divisional Finals and now progresses to the next round in Inverness.

However the honours didn't stop there - director Alan Clark was at a loss for words as he collected the John Duncan Quaich for production.

Congratulations also go to Craig Murray who attempted the back breaking feat of not only braving the stage alongside Messrs Clark and Paterson, but also directing the Monument Performing Arts School production of The Cheviot, the Stag and the Black, Black Oil.

The Stirling-based youth team scooped no less than three awards for stage presentation, Scottish life and character and third place overall. Best wishes to them as they compete in the Divisional Youth Final next week.

The Scottish Finals take place at Eden Court Theatre, Inverness on 5th-7th May. - Tryst Theatre is a registered Scottish charity, No SC003303