David Cameron sends best wishes to Morley society

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Morley Amateur Operatic Society scooped two gongs at the Leeds Civic Arts Guild Awards after securing four nominations.

Annette Conway took Best Actress in a Musical for her Guys and Dolls performance in 2013 and Suze Trim bagged Best Actress in a Pantomime for her stint in Cinderella earlier this year.

Mollie Targett and Richard Longbottom were also nominated for their roles in Guys and Dolls. The ceremony was held at the Carriageworks Theatre.

The society will put on their Musical Extravaganza III at Morley Town Hall today, Thursday and Friday at 7.15pm and Saturday at 2.15pm.

Spokesman Steven Holt said: “I would like to give credit to our production team and all our cast members for their weeks of hard work, but also on their behalf, thanks to the lighting and sound technicians, who have spent many hours ensuring that everything is working as it should.

“Our thanks as always to our backstage and front of house staff, spotlight operators, and our wardrobe and props teams, who all give their time freely so that we can appear on stage in the wonderful hobby that we all love and share.

“It makes me immensely proud to be involved with such a wonderful group of people.”

Andrea Jenkyns, Morley and Outwood’s prospective parliamentary candidate for the Conservatives, said that David Cameron wished everyone involved in the society the best of luck with the production.

Buy tickets on the door 30 minutes before show time or call Steven or Andrea on 07960 766334.