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"Dial M For Murder" - 15th, 16th and 17th June 2017



 

Dial M for Murder by Frederick Knott
Directed by Howard Platt
15th, 16th and 17th June 2017

Tony Wendice has married his wife, Sheila, for her money and now plans to murder her for the same reason. He arranges the perfect murder until it falters in the most unexpected way.

An intense and darkly gripping thriller.

In rehearsal  

 

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Awards:

NODA London Region Awards

London region stretches from Oxfordshire to Kent and Hounslow to Theydon Bois. Our district – 6 – covers North East London and part of Essex.

2015/16

Nominated for Sybil Conway Award for Best Female in a play:  Cathy Naylor as Mrs Alving in “Ghosts”.

 

Nominated for Shinfield Players Scenic Award for “Anne Boleyn” set designed by Garry Cooper.

 

 “Highly Commended” for Shinfield Players Scenic Award for “Ghosts” set designed by Stephen Radley.

 

Winner of Charles Sumner Award for Best Male in a play:  Christian Mortimer as James I in “Anne Boleyn”.

   

2014/15

Nominated for Pat Redhead Drama Award for Best Play: "These Shining Lives"

 

Nominated for Sybil Conway award for Best Female in a play: Roz Gerrie as Catherine in These Shining Lives

 

Nominated fro Lifetime Achievement Award: Babs Oakley

 

 

2012/13

Winner of Pat Redhead Drama Award for Best Play: My Boy Jack

 

Winner of the inaugural Shelley Lemesh Award for the Unsung Hero: Wardrobe mistress - Christine Eckley

 

Runner up in the Charles Sumner Best Male in a Play award: Iain Howland as Rudyard Kipling in My Boy Jack

 

Nominated for Sybil Conway award for Best Female in a play: Jean Cooper as Madame Arcati in Blithe Spirit

 

 

2011/12

Highly Commended for Pat Redhead Drama Award for Best Play: Iron

 

 

2010/11 

Runner up for Shinfield Players Scenic Award Trophy: Vincent in Brixton                       

 

Nominated for Pat Redhead Drama Award for Best Play: The Stepmother

 

Winner of Flame Award for District 6

 

 

2009/10 

Nominated for Pat Redhead Drama Award for Best Play: The Shell Seekers