We are delighted that CADOS and Chorley Youth Theatre have been nominated for 28 awards between them at this year's NODA Awards. The awards recognise shows performed between January and December 2017 and winners will be announced on 3rd February.
Here is the full list of nominees:
Best Entertaining/Comedy Performance Pantomime
Ryan Norse as Cat - Whittington
Best Entertaining/Comedy Duo Performance Pantomime
Steven Catterall & Laina Grimshaw Brown - Whittington
Best Male Actor in a Lead Role – Pantomime
Rob Armstrong - King Rat - Whittington
Best Choreographer Pantomime
Best Director Pantomime
Steven Catterall & Andy Burke
Best Panto - Whittington
Best Female Youth Actor in an Adult Production
Eleanor Anderton - Little Voice
Best Supporting Female Actor in a Youth production
Emma Heyes - The Witches
Best Staging Set/Technical
Into The Woods Jr
Showcase & Into The Woods Jr
Best Male Actor in a Lead Role Youth Production Drama & Musical
Callan Grimshaw-Brown - The Witches
Best Choreographer- Youth Production
Lucy McManus - Into The Woods Jr
Best Artistic Director Youth Production Drama
Rebecca Moran - The Witches
Best Artistic Director Youth Production Musical
Rachel Offord - Into The Woods Jr
Best Production- Youth
Into The Woods Jr
Best Male Lead Actor - Musical
Bob Halliday - Our House
Best Female Actor in a Lead Role -Drama
Becky Chamberlain - Kindertransport
Steph Threlfall - Little Voice
Best Male Actor in a Lead Role –Drama
Steve Unsworth - Little Voice
Best Ensemble cast
The Complete Works of Shakespeare (Abridged)
Best Ensemble cast - Musical
Best Musical Director
Paul Carr - Our House
Best Director of a Musical Show
Mark Jones & Paul Carr
Best Director Play
Dave Reid - Kindertransport
If you earn Time Credits, they can be spent on the following shows:
Manfords Comedy Club - Saturday 1st July
Allocation SOLD OUT
Into The Woods, Jr - Wednesday 12th July
Into The Woods, Jr - Thursday 13th July
NT Live: Angels In America - Thursday 20th July
Andre Rieu - Saturday 22nd July (7pm)
Andre Rieu - Sunday 23rd July (3pm)
NT Live: Angels In America - Thursday 27th July
The Rise And Fall of Little Voice - Monday 11th - Thursday 14th September
RSC Live: Coriolanus - Wednesday 11th October
Seasons Greetings - Monday 23rd - Thursday 26th October
Manfords Comedy Club - Saturday 4th November
ComedySportz - Saturday 25th November
3 Time Credits per show. You can book online with the links above or at the theatre box office. Remember to bring the credits with you on the night. Allocated on a first come, first served basis but check our twitter in case any more get released.
Please note: we do not get any reimbursement for these tickets. Please only pick Time Credits tickets if you can make the show.
WHEN BOOKING: PLEASE ONLY SELECT TIME CREDITS IF YOU ACTUALLY HAVE TIME CREDITS - or you will have to pay on the door.
Volunteers at Chorley Little Theatre can earn Time Credits - simply work behind the bar, HM on a show night, or go that extra mile.
We have been shortlisted by Aviva community fund for funding, and we need your help!
We want to refurbish and improve the entrance to the building: replace the front doors, add some chairs and waiting space, and make the floor smoother and more accessible. We also want to restore the stained glass EMPIRE sign (from 1910) and generally make the front more welcoming. Please vote for us and help us achieve this. Thanks!
Go here to vote:
Chorley Amateur Dramatic & Operatic Society (CADOS) finish their current season at Chorley Little Theatre with the feelgood comedy musical “Our House” from 12th to 17th June.
Written by Tim Firth, writer of Calendar Girls and Neville’s Island, the show features all the biggest hits of the band Madness, including Baggy Trousers, It Must Be Love, House of Fun and more.
Opening on the 16th birthday of Joe Casey, we see the two paths his life could take on that fateful night: one path means a criminal record and social exclusion, while the other will lose him the girl that he loves. One leads to Las Vegas, the other stays in Camden Town.
An epic, fast-moving romantic comedy, with Bob Halliday as Joe, Steve Unsworth as his no-good dad, and Amy Hardcastle as Sarah, the girl he must choose to stay with or leave behind.
It’s a story of family, love, and friendship that won the 2003 Olivier Award for “Best New Musical”
CADOS are pulling out all the stops to make this a fantastic night out: co-directors Mark Jones and Paul Carr have both won awards for their last few shows, and there will be a live band accompanying the 23-strong cast.
Tickets can be booked at www.chorleylittletheatre.com, although the Friday and Saturday performances have already sold out.
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