14th Feb 2022
NODA Awards - Region 4N Nominations 2021
The Angles Theatre are delighted to announce that their in-house companies have been nominated for multiple Region 4N NODA awards, for their 2021 productions.
Every year a NODA representative visits shows in their districts and reviews them. At the end of the year, productions are nominated in the categories of:
- Best Drama
- Best Musical
- Best Pantomime
- Best Youth Production
- Best Technical Award
We are very excited to announce the following award nominations:
The Innocents (Wisbech Theatre Players) for Best Drama and Best Technical
Waiting For God (Wisbech Theatre Players) for Best Drama
Educating Rita (RATz Theatre Company) for Best Drama
Shrek the Musical (RATz Theatre Company) for Best Musical and Best Technical
Dick Whittington (RATz Theatre Company) for Best Pantomime
A huge congratulations to the cast and crew of all of these productions.
We will find out the results in April, wish us luck!
Notes to Editors:
Press queries may be directed to:
Robert Williams, Theatre Trustee
ABOUT THE ANGLES THEATRE
The Angles Theatre is a charity (Wisbech Theatre Trust - Registered Charitable Incorporated Organisation 1173321) and cultural hub for the community, driven by passion for the work showcased, the people they work with and the audiences that come through their doors each season.
Situated in Fenland, our history dates back to the early 1700’s believed to have been built as part of the Lincoln theatre circuit.
This Georgian playhouse and arts venue, with two studios and bar space, is staffed almost entirely by volunteers, from the box office and bar, to backstage, administration and day-to-day accounting.
The mission of the Angles Theatre is to inspire, challenge, nurture and empower artists and audiences in and around Wisbech and Fenland, to create opportunities for community participation in enriching theatrical experiences.
Our focus is equally on inclusion and quality, giving the public a well-balanced theatrical season with a drive for excellence that meets all of the demands placed on a community theatre.
Find out more: www.anglestheatre.co.uk
The National Operatic and Dramatic Association (NODA), founded in 1899, is the leading representative body for amateur theatre in the UK.
The Association has a membership of approximately 2000 amateur theatre groups and approximately 800 individual members staging musicals, operas, plays, concerts and pantomimes in a wide variety of venues ranging from the country's leading professional theatres to village halls. Covering a broad spectrum of age ranges, NODA member societies meet the needs of all levels of both performers, whether dramatic, dance or musical, and those involved backstage, front of house or in Company administration.
Get in touch with NODA:
Tel: 01733 374790
Mail: 15 The Metro Centre, Peterborough, PE2 7UH