3 Nominations for The Addams Family (July 2016)
Congratulations to our members for a brilliant musical. We are proud to post the following nominations for the 2016 A.C.T. Awards. Which were held November 2016
*Most Accomplished Actor in a Musical:
Chris McDonald - Gomez
*Most Original Comic Performance - Musical:
Chris Holding - Lurch ***WIN***
*Most Original Vocal Ensemble Performance:
"When you're an Addams" - Addams Family
Congratulations to everyone involved both on stage and behind the scenes in the show, some well deserved nominations.
The awards were presented at the awards ceremony in November 2016.
2 Nominations + 2 Wins for The Snow Queen (Jan 2016)
Congratulations to our members for a fantastic pantomime. We are proud to have achieved the following wins in the 2016 A.C.T. Pantomime Awards.
Sue Halton - Most Accomplished Comedy Performance
Luke Ellam - Most Accomplished Panto Newcomer
Well done to everyone involved both onstage and behind for
another fantastic show :)
1 Nomination for Another Night at the Movies (September 2015)
Another night at the Movies has been nominated for "Most Original Revue" at the 2016 Act Awards. This is one of the first nominations in this new category.
Well done to everyone from cast, production, backstage, sound, lighting, front of house. This was a fantastic review with some superb acting and musical numbers. Fingers crossed for the awards evening in November.
5 Nominations 1 Win for Aladdin & the Little Mermaid (Jan 2015)
Congratulations to our members for a fantastic pantomime. We are proud to post the following nominations for the 2015 A.C.T. awards.
Jenny Edwards - Most Accomplished Principle Boy
Libby Brierley - Most Accomplished Principle Girl
Chris Holding - Most Creative Comic Portrayal
Chris Holding - Most Original Character Pantomime Actor
The pantomime itself was also nominated.
Most creative Pantomime - Aladdin and the Little Mermaid
Well done to everyone involved for a fantastic show :)
Congratulations to Phil Dickinson who was nominated for best supporting actor in the July 2014 performance of HI De HI for the role of Jeffrey Fairbrother.
Congratulations to Jane Kelleher who won the most original character at the ACT awards in November 2014 for her portrayal as the Snow Queen in The Grinch which was performed in November 2013.
Also congratulations to everyone for their performance in the Grinch that was nominated for most original pantomime 2013-14. Well done everyone.
In 2010 local societies from Lowton (LOADS) and neighbouring Newton (NADOS) joined together for a one off spectacular musical production of Jack the Ripper, by Ron Pember in association with Samuel French Ltd.
Society member Mike Morris (Pictured right) was nominated in the NODA NW awards for best actor after his portrayal of Daniel Mendoza.
The awards were presented at the annual conference in Blackpool on May 2nd.
Based upon the old stories of Jack the Ripper, this musical show production tells the story of 19th century london life through the eyes of a 19th century Music Hall audience and is full of toe tapping musical numbers, cockney locals, an over enthusiastic Music Hall compere and a few prostitutes thrown in, not forgetting of course Jack the Ripper himself.
The show ran from Wed 14th July to Sat 17th July 2010 at the Lowton Rose Centre (Civic Hall)