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“From Russia with Love” - Friday 18th May 2018 and “California Suite” - 7th, 8th, 9th June 2018



 

From Russia with Love - in conjunction with “The Loughton Festival” featuring music from Mikhail Bozylev and Daria Kulesh, and the play
“The Memory of Snow” by Sian Rowland
Produced and directed by Cathy Naylor and Jean Cooper
Friday 18th May 2018 – one night only!

From Russia with Love – an evening of music, drama and song.  The evening will begin with music from pianist and composer, Mikhail Bozylev, followed by the play “The Memory of Snow”, introduced by its playwright, Sian Rowland – “One hundred years since the execution of the Russian Royal Family, the play deals with the incarceration of the four young Romanov sisters during the 18 months before their deaths in July 1918.  It is a moving portrayal of how love can win through in the most hopeless of situations”.  After the interval, there will be a live performance from Daria Kulesh.  Daria is a rising star in the UK folk scene with her striking voice and strong Russian and Ingush heritage.
 


 

California Suite by Neil Simon
Directed by Christian Mortimer
7th, 8th and 9th June 2018

One Los Angeles’ hotel room and four sets of very different hotel guests: feuding couples; disillusioned holidaymakers; drunken husbands and frustrated movie stars.

Neil Simon is an undisputed master of comedy and "California Suite" shows him at his effortless best.

In Rehearsal! 

 

How to advertise in the programme

Loughton Amateur Dramatic Society is now offering advertising space in their full-colour programmes. It is a relatively cheap way of getting to a few hundred people who live in Loughton and the surrounding area, who are supportive of the creative arts and all things Loughton. A full page (A5 portrait) is £50 and half-page (A6 landscape) is £30. We can produce the artwork or work with anything ready prepared. Let's work together! For more information, email Jean Cooper at: info@lads.org.uk
 

 
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.

   
2016/17

Winner for  District 6 for Sybil Conway Award for Best Female in a play:  Sarah Hudson as Sylvia in “A Thrill of Love”

 

Nominated for Shinfield Players Scenic Award for “Jamaica Inn” set designed by Stephen Radley

 

Winner of District 6 for Pat Redhead Drama Award for Best Play – “Jamaica Inn”

   

2015/16

Nomin ated 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