Awards success for local am-dram groups

Berwick Operatic Society and Spittal Variety Group were celebrating at the annual NODA Awards held at The Marriott Hotel, Newcastle, on Saturday.

Thursday, 21st September 2017, 12:35 pm
Updated Wednesday, 20th September 2017, 16:39 pm
Spittal Variety Group celebrate their success at the NODA Awards.

Corey Learmonth won the Rising Star Award for his portrayal of Oliver!, directed by Lisa Summers and Laura Catterall, of Berwick Operatic Society.

Kirstie Jamieson picked up a Performance Award for her portrayal of Nancy in the same production. Special mention must also go to Levin Bell and Sam Rogers for their roles in the show.

Berwick Operatic Society had a successful night at the NODA Awards.

Georgina Faed won a Performance Award for her part in Journey of a Lifetime, directed by her father Stuart for Berwick Operatic Society.

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The society also won the Concert Award for the same production.

Spittal Variety Group won the Pantomime Award for The Pied Piper, directed by John Mabon and Susan Burn. Corey Learmonth won a Performance Award for his role as a rat. A runner’s-up Performance Award also went to Morgan Flannigan, also a rat in the same production.

Kirsty Jamieson of Berwick Operatic Society with her award.
Berwick Operatic Society had a successful night at the NODA Awards.
Kirsty Jamieson of Berwick Operatic Society with her award.