Five members of our Performing Arts societies were nominated for the Daily Echo’s Curtain Call Awards in January. The Academy Award-style ceremony took place at Southampton’s Grand Harbour Hotel on Friday 27 January with more than 400 actors and theatre lovers in attendance to celebrate the achievements of youth amateur dramatics groups in the South.
The nominations are as follows:
- Darius Timmerman (Theatre group) for his role as Moses in Animal Farm. Applauded for realising “his inner holy roller perfectly as this preaching crow”.
- Charlie Randall (Showstoppers) received two nominations for his roles as Paul Muddle in Freelancers and Stephano
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The SUSU Showstoppers were celebrating on Sunday night at the Daily Echo’s annual Curtain Call Awards, taking two awards for their production Spring Awakening.
SUSU Performing Arts societies were nominated for a phenomenal 15 awards in total, and again we want to congratulate everyone involved.
Here are the award winners:
Best Supporting Actress in a Musical – Stephanie Amies (SUSU Showstoppers’ Spring Awakening)
Best Musical Director – Daniella Gambier and Alex Clements (SUSU Showstoppers’ Spring Awakening)
Visit the Performing Arts website to find out more and buy tickets for their upcoming Variety Show.
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