Regional awards for Blakeney and Cromer and Sheringham drama groups
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Two north Norfolk drama groups are taking a bow after winning regional awards.
The comedy How the Other Half Loves won best play for the Cromer and Sheringham Operatic and Dramatic Society.
And there was a technical award for the Blakeney Players for their scenery and sets in both their panto Acropolis Now (a comedy of arrows) and the summer musical review A Change of Heart.
The accolades were handed out by the regional arm of the National Operatic and Dramatic Association at a ceremony in St Ives, Cambridgeshire.
Regional Noda representative Susan DuPont praised the winners saying just being nominated was an achievement.
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Winning was a feather in the cap for the societies, particularly a smaller one such as Blakeney.
The awards were handed out by national president Bert Lumsden, who will be attending the opening night of CSODS' centenary musical Oliver later this month.
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