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Well done, everybody!

mp160227_183435chsIt was a great show, and one all the cast will remember for a long time. The Saturday matinée was especially memorable for six of our members, because after the performance they were presented with NODA long-service awards by Dorothy Johnstone, the Regional Rep for District 6.

From left to right (stage right to stage left!), the award winners were:

Marion Kelly 25 year Long Service Medal
Jennifer Williams 20 year badge
George Alexander 20 year badge
Michael Reay 10 year badge
Anne Dolbear 20 year badge
Val McManus 15 year badge

Well done to everybody, and thank you to Mike Pendlowski, our NODA rep as well as Stage Manager, for organising the presentation, and keeping quiet about it – not even our Chairman knew what was about to happen until he was called forward for his badge!

Those men in tights!

dp160225p20-img-50“Men in tights hit the Carnegie Hall stage!” is the headline that the Dunfermline Press chose for this picture, which appears on page 20 of this week’s issue. Do read what they say about the show: “Arguably the most magnificent set and lighting plot Carnegie audiences will have seen in many years”. Better still, come to one of our three remaining performances: tonight and tomorrow at 7:30pm, with a Saturday matinée at 2:30pm.

By the way, there are also a lot of beautiful ladies …

On stage tonight …

Mike Pendlowski and his team have been busy since 9.00am on Sunday, and this is what the Carnegie Hall stage now looks like:

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To complete the effect, all that is needed is a cast … and an audience. We have the cast, looking gorgeous, thanks to the efforts of Costume Store and Kerry Black, we’ve rehearsed Peter Macfarlane’s every move, and the orchestra under Eddie Maclennan’s direction sounds great.

All we need now is that audience … YOU! We guarantee that you won’t be disappointed. Tickets from the Carnegie Box Office (01383 602302), or just turn up at the theatre. Doors open at 7.00pm; we launch the production at 7.30pm today.

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