Coastline Players nominated for top regional drama award
Coastline Players are celebrating this week after their fun-filled
pantomime show was selected for a top regional award.
group's Dick Whittington - under the direction of Greg Fear, with
choreography by Samantha Nicol and musical direction from Helen
Newman - has been nominated by NODA (National Operatic & Dramatic
Association) in the category Best Pantomime in the South West.
awards will be presented at a ceremony in Bristol on March 4th.
is a very prestigious award awarded for groups across the South
West, so we are thrilled to be nominated," Sam told Burnham-On-Sea.com.
famous show tells the tale of a young man who goes to London to
seek his fortune and become Lord Mayor of London.
With a cast of old and new faces it starred John Robinson as Dame
Dolly Dumpling, Phil Crossland as the very Idle Jack, Pat Harris
as Captain Cuttlefish, Judith James as his very silly mate Scupper
and Kait Jarvis as the hero Dick Whittington.
Fear played his love interest, Alice Fitzwarren, while Rachel Nicol
was the energetic Tommy The Cat, Samantha Nicol was a cockney-speaking
Fairy Bow bells, Linda Bond was the evil Queen Rat, Robin Hewlett
was Alderman Fitzwarren and Liz Bailey was the Sultana.
tickets are on sale now for his years Coastline Players pantomime,
Cinderall, at Brean Village hall from Monday 13th Saturday
18th February over the half-term holiday week.
This years show tells the well-loved story of a beautiful
girl, her nasty, Ugly Sisters and her Prince Charming. "There
are ots of songs, dances, laughs and a little bit of magic along
the way," says Sam.
Tickets for Cinderella are available now from Brean Post Office
priced at £8 for an adult, £5 for a child. Call 01278
751225 to confirm opening times.