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Eldorado

South London's award-winning amateur dramatics society

Performing since 1924.  NODA affiliated

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Nov 14 2019 02:25PM

We are delighted to announce that our Secretary & Treasurer Diane Adcock has been awarded a life time achievement award from NODA.


She joined Eldorado Musical Productions in 1984 and has performed in 68 shows in 35 years! She has been Secretary of the Company for 32 years and also Treasurer for the last 7 years. Eldorado has always been in her blood! She was allowed to see her first Eldorado show when she was 6 years old and watched her Mum, Jean Wallis, perform in 112 Eldorado shows!

"Eldorado has been such a huge part of my life and has given me a wealth of fun, laughter, hard work, enjoyment, friendship, a sister-in-law and a husband!! It’s been a truly fantastic and memorable ride – long may it continue."

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2018

By eldoradomusical, May 18 2018 09:41AM

Many congratulations to:
 

Will Hawkes for winning district 4's Charles Sumner Award for the best male in a play for his portrayal of Francis Henshaw in One Man Two Guvnors.

And to Jeanette Wallis for being nominated for the The Sylvia Rawlings Lifetime Achievement Award


Look forward to hearing the overall winners on Sunday 24th June 2018.

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Diane Adcock - 2005

Jan Duckett - 2006

Jeanette Wallis – 2007

Joan Harris – 2008

Diane Hickman – 2009

Gwen & Peter Godwin – 2010

Brian Wallis – 2011

Barry White - 2012

Val Freeman – 2013

John Adcock – 2014

Robin Collett – 2015

Katrina Summerfield – 2016

Jacky Webb - 2017

Susan and John Sheppey - 2018

Will Hawkes - 2019

Katrina Summerfield – 2020

Diane & John Adcock - 2021

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The District 4 NODA London Flame Award 2015 ‘For Inspirational Contribution to the Pursuit of Excellence in Theatre and Enhancement of the Overall Theatrical Experience’

‘Allo ‘Allo and Sister Act


NODA Sybil Conway Trophy for the Best Female Character in a Play 2015 Di Hickman (nominated) - Edith Artois in ‘Allo ‘Allo

NODA Charles Sumner Trophy for the Best Male Character in a Play 2015 John Adcock (nominated) - René Artois in ‘Allo ‘Allo

NODA Harvey Kesselman Comedy Award 2015

Stephen Milton (nominated) - Lt. Gruber in ‘Allo ‘Allo


NODA Pat Redhead Award for the Best Drama 2015

‘Allo ‘Allo (nominated)

NODA Constance Power Trophy of Encouragement 2015

Lighting Design (nominated) – Sister Act

NODA Shelley Lemesh Award for the Unsung Hero 2015

Jan Duckett and Jacky Webb (nominated) - Sister Act

NODA Louise English Award 2015 – for a young person, under 30, who has made an outstanding contribution to their society whether on stage or not, in any capacity Larissa Webb – Sister Act

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The District 4 NODA London Flame Award 2013 ‘For Inspirational Contribution to the Pursuit of Excellence in Theatre and Enhancement of the Overall Theatrical Experience’

Sophie Sweeney, Chris Warr and the cast of Whistle Down The Wind


NODA Louise English Award 2013 – for a young person, under 30, who has made an outstanding contribution to their society whether on stage or not, in any capacity

Sophie Sweeney (nominated) – Swallow in Whistle Down The Wind


NODA Ken Wirdnam Trophy for the Best Male Character in a Musical or Operetta 2013 Chris Warr (nominated) - The Man in Whistle Down The Wind

NODA Kathleen Oyler Trophy for Chorus Work 2013

Whistle Down The Wind (nominated)

NODA Molly Harle Trophy for Best Female Character in a Musical or Operetta 2013 Jo Butler (nominated) – Mabel in Mack and Mabel