Sunday 9th June marked this years NODA London Awards/EGM and this year BROS was recognised for a number of categories. The awards day forms part of the NODA London Festival Weekend and was held at The Radlett Centre, Hertfordshire.

Earlier in the year it was announced that our own Chris Morris had been awarded the Ken Wirdnam Award for Best Male in a Musical for District 3 for his role as Ed Kleban in ‘A Class Act’ of which he was automatically an eligible nominee for the regional London award.

Along with the district awards there was also a number of society nominated awards of which nominees are put forward to NODA by the committee each year. These awards help to recognise those individuals that have really stood out as having made a big contribution to the society in one of the relevant categories. The following individuals were nominated this year;

Suzy Deal for the Sylvia Rawlings Lifetime Achievement Award

Darren Moss for the Louise English Award

Jen Moorhead for the Shelley Lemesh Unsung Hero Award

Congratulations goes to our own Jen Moorhead who scooped up a trophy as regional winner for the Shelley Lemesh Unsung Hero Award.

Mathew Madeley our NODA Liaison was in attendance along with Chris Morris and Tracy Sorgiovanni to support and collect the certificates and trophy on the day.

On behalf of BROS and the committee, congratulations goes to our district/regional winners and nominees.