NEWTON Abbot and District Musical Comedy Society have enjoyed another busy and successful year, it was reported at their annual meeting.
The year started with the Roman farce of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, playing to full houses.
This was followed by the family pantomime, Sleeping Beauty, which was jam packed with song, dance and traditional pantomime comedy.
The production year finished with the musical, Grease, performed by their junior section Newts. It was a box office sell out, proving the youth group is going from strength to strength.
At the meeting John Amery received a 'double whammy' as he was presented with the life member and Joy Adams memorial awards.
John is the group's musical director and has shown great commitment to NADMCS.
The junior cup was presented to Kara Smith, who has shown enthusiasm, dedication and grown in confidence during her time at Newts.
NADMCS celebrate its 100th birthday next year and, to mark the occasion, is holding a centenary ball.
Past members are welcome to join in the celebrations. For more information, contact 01626 203570 or email@example.com.
For more information, visit the website www.nadmcs.org
Tickets are selling fast for the musical Oliver, which opens at the Alexandra Theatre, Newton Abbot on September 31.
Book your tickets by contacting the box office on 01626 203570