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East Norfolk Operatic Society win prestigious national award

PUBLISHED: 16:26 01 May 2012

The East Norfolk Operatic Society, based in Wroxham, have been awarded the prestigious National Operatic and Dramatic Association Technical trophy.

The award was for the set design and technical staging of their show ‘Iolanthe’, at Norwich’s Maddermarket Theatre in May 2011.

From tomorrow night the society will present Gilbert and Sullivan’s comic opera ‘Princess Ida’ at the Maddermarket, through to Saturday.

Performances are at 7.30pm each evening, with a matinee show on Saturday at 2.30pm. All tickets are priced £12 and can be bought from 01603 620917 or, for more details, go to www.enosoc.co.uk

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