NODA District 8 Awards 2019/20 - NADOS are worthy Winners AGAIN!
District 8 BEST PANTOMIME - Dick Whittington
District 8 BEST MALE COMEDY PERFORMANCE - Andrew Marsh, Sarah the Cook - Panto
District 8 -
Best Female Comedy Performance - Louise Morris
Best Programme - Guys and Dolls
Best Male Supporting Performance - Jon Kennedy
Best Male Comedy Performance - Danny Murray
Best Female Supporting Performance - Jean Carter
Best Revue - Nippers Summer Showcase
NODA NW District 8 Nominations - January 2017 for the 2016 Season.
Following the success of our two NADOS productions this year, we are thrilled to announce 11 nominations!
Best Musical - Gypsy - NADOS
Best Pantomime - Snow White - NADOS WINNER!!! And Nominee at NODA NW Regional Awards
Best Staging of a Musical - Gypsy - NADOS WINNER!!! And Nominee at NODA NW Regional Awards
Best Direction of a Musical - Gypsy - Andrew Marsh
Best Choreography - Gypsy - Lisa Griffiths
Best Leading Female in a Musical - Gypsy - Vicky Dilworth WINNER!!! And Nominee at NODA NW Regional Awards
Best Supporting Female in a Musical - Gypsy - Emma Benson WINNER!!! And Nominee at NODA NW Regional Awards
Best Supporting Male in a Musical - Gypsy - Andrew Marsh
Best Female Comedy performance - Gypsy - Lisa Griffiths
Best Youth in an Adult Production - Gypsy - Neeve Dilworth WINNER!!! And Nominee at NODA NW Regional Awards
Thousands came to Newton Town Show on Sat 6th August. - NADOS' face painting went down a storm, and Caroline the Cow was a sure hit with the kids and adults alike!
The NAFTAs a great success, once again!
The annual awards ceremony was held at Byrchall High School, with an excellent turn-out with the Hall packed to the rafters!
Special guests, parents and friends all gathered to watch some special performances between the awards, and a sneak preview of our next Musical, GYPSY staged at Byrchall 24-27th August 2016.
See the social page for a full list of the winners. A well done goes also to all of the worthy nominees in each catagory.
A tribute was also made to Mervyn Whittaker, a member and friend of NADOS for over 30 years, who passed away last year. Mervyn was cast in last year's Musical - Honk!, but had to pull out of the show due to ill health, but still attended rehearsals throughout his illness to give support and advice to his understudy! Mervyn was awarded two awards on the evening - The Bob Knight Award for Continuous Commitment and the John Barham award.
Our very own agony aunt!
This year, we see the screening of the programme about our very own Abbie Lloyd, and her Grandma, Marie Lloyd giving her only the best of advice.ie suffers from Crohn's Disease and has to wear an ileostomy bag
Abbie, 22, suffers from debilitating Crohn’s Disease, a condition which leaves her exhausted and in pain, as well as forcing her to follow a strict diet with no alcohol. Not being able to party with her fellow students has made life difficult for her, and she admits it means her love life is ‘practically non-existent’. She also has to wear an external ileostomy bag on her abdomen which collects her faeces, and this makes her feel uncomfortable about having a relationship.
Find it on catch up TV - channel TLC
We're all very proud of you Abbie! x
A new NODA Area Representative Summer 2015
Our new Area Representative has now been appointed - And we're really proud to announce that it's none other than DJ Bazza!
Barry Dilworth will take over the reigns from Peter Johnson, who is taking a well earned rest.
Watch out for Bazza around and about in his chains of office! - Much to wife - Vicky's disapproval!
Another NODA Nomination! Feb 2016
NADOS were, once again, been nominated for Best Pantomime for Sleeping Beauty, our 2015 Pantomime at the prestigious NODA North West awards ceremony held at Manchester's Piccadilly Hotel in May 2016. Unfortunately this year, not the regional winner, but an excellent acheivement for the society to be the Winner of District 8. An area which covers over 20 societies!