Tamar Broadbent has won the Stiles and Drewe Prize for her songwriting at the competition on Sunday 18th May.
The competition, which is annually incorporated into The Stephen Sondheim Society Student Performer of the Year Competition, and supported by Mercury Musical Developments (with further support this year from Stiles and Drewe and the Rodgers and Hammerstein Foundation) was held at the Garrick Theatre in London. The judges were George Stiles, Anthony Drewe, Scott Alan and Andrew Lippa.
Tamar had two songs entered for the competition – The Procrastination Song and Library Boy. You can read a full report on yesterday’s competition final on the Musical Theatre Review website: