This year's Annual Dinner and Awards Ceremony will be held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Wollaton Street, Nottingham, NG1 5RH, on Friday 22 June at 7.00 for 7.30 pm.
We hope you can join us to celebrate another successful year in amateur theatre in Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire. The dress code, as usual, is black tie or lounge suit and complimentary car parking is available in the adjacent car park.
The cost is £30 per person. The menu selection is enclosed with this letter and we would ask that the menu choices together with any special dietary requirements are returned by 25 May at the latest. Please also enclose your cheque made payable to NANDA.
Please ensure that this letter is brought to the attention of all your members.
May we remind you that under Rule 10 every group entering the Play of the Year competition must have at least one representative attending the Awards Ceremony.
The Association's Annual Youth Theatre Festival will be held this year on Saturday 12th May 2018.
The venue for this will be the Chilwell OlympiaTheatre, Chilwell, Nottingham, NG9 5HR
The adjudicator will be Bob Wildgust who has been associated with the promotion of music and drama for over the past forty years involving acting, directing and adjudication throughout the UK. He has acted and directed for all the leading regional groups with productions ranging from French farce to grand opera. His adjudication work has taken him on assignments throughout the UK and Europe which have included setting up a theatrical exchange programme between UK and Poland.
He has also served as a member of the Board of the Nottingham Playhouse and has and is heavily involved in recording audio books for Calibre, the national charity for the poorly sighted and disabled with over forty books now recorded.
The final closing date for entries is Saturday 7th April. Please enclose scripts with entry.
Based in the East Midlands, UK, this voluntary association
of amateur dramatic societies exists to promote all aspects
of theatre arts, to foster progressive standards and
to provide a basis for mutual assistance, with involvement and members in
Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, Leicestershire and Derbyshire as well as Nottinghamshire.
We have been operating in Nottingham for over 50 years.
We run festivals and workshops, and
maintain a calendar of members productions and other activities.
If you are interested in Amateur Theatre and
would like to act, paint scenery or play with lights and sound effects
then have a look at some of our
see which groups are near you and look in the
Go along to have a look at what they do.
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