Spa Theatre Company Nominated for Prestigious NODA Award
Spa Theatre Company, a young people’s theatre company based in the Warwick and Leamington area is thrilled to announce their nomination for a National Operatic and Dramatic Association (NODA) Award. The Spa Theatre Company has a long history of producing exceptional theatre, and this recognition from NODA is a testament to their dedication and commitment.
The NODA Awards Ceremony is one of the most prestigious events in the UK's amateur theatre calendar, and it celebrates excellence in the performing arts. The ceremony is attended by theatre enthusiasts and professionals from across the country, and it recognises the outstanding contributions of amateur theatre companies.
The production of The Little Mermaid was staged by a talented cast and crew, who worked tirelessly to bring this beloved story to life. The production was a true labour of love, and it showcased the exceptional talents of the members and production team. Director, Aimee Matthews (pictured) said “We are honoured and delighted to have been nominated for this award, which is a testament to the hard work and dedication of everyone involved in the production. Our nomination is a source of pride for our theatre company, and it recognises our commitment to excellence and innovation in the performing arts.”
Spa Theatre Company is an amateur theatre group that has been entertaining audiences in Warwickshire for 40 years and provides a platform for local talent to showcase their skills. Spa Theatre Company will be attending the NODA Awards Ceremony in May, where they will join other nominees and celebrate the very best of amateur theatre in the UK. For more information about the production of The Little Mermaid, the theatre company and previous shows, please visit the website.
Don’t miss the opportunity to come along and see our talented young people perform in their next exciting production “Seussical the Musical” a fantastical musical extravaganza from Tony-winners, Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty, which will be staged at the Bridge House Theatre between Thursday May 4th and Sunday May 7th. Tickets available now. www.spatheatre.com