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Over the years the Mill Theatre has been privileged to receive many awards for its shows, both plays and musicals, performed at the theatre itself or ‘on the road’ at drama festivals. Here are some of those awards:

NODA Awards for best play/show in area

2014 – Macbeth

Best Play in Area – Director Barry Thompson

2014 – Camelot

Best Technical Design and Costumes – Director Christine Summerling – Wardrobe Mistress Virginia Pope

2014 – Miss Saigon School Edition

Best Youth Production – Director Paul Wildman
Best Overall Production – Director Paul Wildman
Best Young Performer of the year, for her role as Kim – Jasmine Bayes

2013 – Blood Brothers

Best Youth Production
Best Young Performer of the year, for her role as Mrs. Johnstone – Antonia Testa

2013 – Glorious

Best Play – Director Pat Gale

2012 – West Side Story

Best Youth Performer of the year, for her role as Anita – Ayesha Reid

2011 – Ladies’ Day

Best Youth Performance – Louise Hoare

2010 – Les Miserables – School Edition

Best Youth Performance – Simon Jackson

2009 – Wyrd Sisters

Best Drama. Director – Enid Cooper

2008 – The Importance Of Being Earnest

Best Play. Director – Enid Cooper

2008 – Aladdin

Best Pantomime. Director – Enid Cooper

2007 – Suddenly At Home

Best Play. Director: Enid Cooper

2005 – The Dresser

Best Play. Director: Susan Moore

2004 – Habeus Corpus

Runner-up for Best Play. Director: David Midlane

Drama Festival Awards

2008 – Three Tall Women

Felixstowe Drama Festival
Best Actress: Kim Vaughan

2008 – Three Tall Women

Thurrock Drama Festival
Best Presentation
Best Actress: Kim Vaughan
Runner-up for Best Play

2008 – Three Tall Women

Skegness Drama Festival
Best Play
Best Director: David Midlane
Best Actress: Susan Moore

1994 – Confusions

Bedfordshire Drama Festival
Best Actress: Virginia Pope

1993 – Blue Remembered Hills

Bedfordshire Drama Festival
Best Play
Best Set
Best Director: Maureen Leaske
Best Actor: Peter Allen