Gainsborough Musical Theatre Society has won a National Operatic and Dramatic Society (NODA) award.
The group won Best Pantomime in the region for their production of Cinderella last year.
The society has been running for more than 100 years and this is the first time they have received such a prestigious award.
The news that the society had been shortlisted for the award came just after they has performed their last show, Oklahoma!, in the spring.
The awards were attended by Cinderella’s director Vicky Toward, choreographer Nell Hempstock, spciety chairman Nona Perkins and president Andrew Dawson.
After what the Gainsborough contingent described as a ‘thoroughly enjoyable day’, they returned home victorious .
And the good news continues for the group with rumours abound that they may be up for another accolade in the near future.
Until then, all focus is on this year’s pantomime, Snow White and they are now looking for new members to join the society for the show.
If you like signing, dancing and acting and want to be part of the action, the new members auditions are on Tuesday, August 30 at 7.30pm at The Studio in Gainsborough.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Audition packs and details can can be found at www.gainsboroughmusica.wix.com/gmts