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13 Feb

NODA District 3 Awards 2020

On Saturday 8th February, we attended the 2020 District 3 Awards at the Dunkenhalgh Hotel. We are absolutely delighted to announce we received a whopping TEN awards on the evening and had a fabulous night! Congratulations to all the winners and many thanks to District 3 rep Paul Mason for recognising our achievements in 2019. Full list of winners are as follows:

Best Female Comedy Performance – Jackie Green – One Man Two Guvnors
Best Youth in an Adult Production – Louisa Harkness – My Mother Said I Never Should
Best Leading Youth Performer – Louisa Harkness – My Mother Said I Never Should
Best Actress in a Drama – Jenny Hodkinson – My Mother Said I Never Should
Best Actor in a Drama – Dominic Dwyer – The Importance of Being Earnest
Best Choreographer – Zoe Taylor – One Man Two Guvnors
Best Director of a Drama – Elizabeth Holland – My Mother Said I Never Should
Best Drama – My Mother Said I Never Should
The Victor Booth Award – Louisa Harkness
The Special Achievement Award – Blackburn Drama Club
13 Feb

We’ve had a makeover…

We have been having a makeover 👀

Check out the pictures of our rehearsal room refurbishment… what a difference!! 😱

Many thanks to our treasurer Pearce for organising it all, our hardworking committee for hours of prep work, decluttering and furniture moving & the Co-Op Community Fund for a huge chunk of the money towards the upgrades! ❤️

Finally thank you to https://www.facebook.com/JnBLandscapes/ for an excellent job 👌🏽

19 Dec

NODA District 3 Nominations 2019

🎭⭐️We are delighted to announce we have received 24 Nominations for the NODA District 3 Awards! Many thanks to NODA and Paul Mason for this fantastic recognition of our 2019 productions and congratulations to all those nominated. The Awards evening will take place on 8th February, 2020 (nominees will be sent booking information soon). Nominees are listed below: 🎭⭐️

Best Female Comedy Performance – Jan Burrow (Miss Prism in The Importance of Being Earnest)

Best Female Comedy Performance – Jackie Green (Rachel Crabbe in One Man, Two Guv’nors)

Best Male Comedy Performance – Stephen Claxon (Francis Henshall in One Man, Two Guv’nors)

Best Male Comedy Performance – Steven Derbyshire (Kenneth in The Woman Who Cooked Her Husband)

Best Male Comedy Performance – Stephen Claxon (Algernon Moncrief in The Importance of Being Earnest)

Best Supporting Female in a Play – Claire St Pierre (Gwendolen Fairfax in The Importance of Being Earnest)

Best Supporting Male in a Play – Steven Catterall (Alfie in One Man, Two Guv’nors)

Best Direction of a Play – Clive Stack (The Importance of Being Earnest)

Best Direction of a Play – Clive Stack (One Man, Two Guv’nors)

Best Direction of a Play – Elizabeth Holland (My Mother Said I Never Should)

Best Direction of a Play – Carolanne Connolly (The Woman Who Cooked Her Husband)

Best Youth Performer in an Adult Production – Louisa Rose Harkness(Rosie in My Mother Said I Never Should)

Best Leading Youth Performer (Plays & Musicals) – Louisa Rose Harkness (Rosie in My Mother Said I Never Should)

Best Female Lead in a Play – Joanne Shepherd (Hilary in The Woman Who Cooked Her Husband)

Best Female Lead in a Play – Jenny Hodkinson (Doris in My Mother Said I Never Should)

Best Female Lead in a Play – Siobhán Edge (Lady Bracknell in The Importance of Being Earnest)

Best Female Lead in a Play – Neely Jillings (Laura in The Woman Who Cooked Her Husband)

Best Male Lead in a Play – Steven Derbyshire (Kenneth in The Woman Who Cooked Her Husband)

Best Male Lead in a Play – Dominic Dwyer (Jack Worthing in The Importance of Being Earnest)

Best Choreographer – Zoe Taylor (One Man, Two Guvnors)

Best Play – My Mother Said I Never Should

Best Play – The Importance of Being Earnest

Best Play – One Man, Two Guv’nors

Best Play – The Woman Who Cooked Her Husband

10 Dec

Co-Op Community Fund

We are delighted to announce we have received £1921 from the Co-Op Community Fund!! We are so very grateful for these funds which will go towards the renovation project of our club room (watch this space!). We are thankful to our treasurer, Pearce Darnell-Walsh, for securing this. Below is our Chair Jenny Hodkinson, Secretary Neely Jillings and committee member Alison Smith collecting our cheque from the Livesey Branch Road store in Blackburn

02 Dec

Our Latest Reviews!

We are absolutely delighted with the audience reactions to our last production of THE WOMAN WHO COOKED HER HUSBAND! Please see links below to our NODA, ACT & Lancashire Life Reviews.

https://www.noda.org.uk/show-reports/the-woman-who-cooked-her-husband-1574771469?fbclid=IwAR09wL1l43Wc0mKUGXGPRxmYbopWPcvrG1HDq3PAhu1pkcFXANrOvis0zf4

https://actuk.org/Reviews%202019/blackburn-drama-club—the-woman-who-cooked-her-husband.html?fbclid=IwAR36Wy-fhH0byCS29ToRTBl23RJPBNIf1rr5r9YWgJ2_V0znuuLUuNZQvfs

https://www.lancashirelife.co.uk/out-about/the-woman-who-cooked-her-husband-empire-theatre-blackburn-1-6386939?fbclid=IwAR3J38U7DuuBSXcWWERI7aPFQ_4OvIF-OvN0a-809HONV-NaLrA7nZRWn2o

 

 

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