Welcome to CAODS Lincoln
Following the huge success of our recent production of The King and I, we are delighted to look forward to our 70th anniversary celebrations in 2019.
Along with the announcement of our new production (scroll down for more info!) we also have a new look and our brand new web site which will continue to be regularly updated.
We’re very proud of our rich history of producing a range of high quality musicals and drama performances for the people of Lincolnshire and beyond.
The last few years have seen fantastic productions including the award-winning Sister Act, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and most recently The King and I.
We are always on the look out for new and exciting individuals to join our society. Right now we are looking for anyone interested in joining us for our 2019 production of EVITA – read more here…
It doesn’t matter if you have a passion for singing, dancing, acting (or any combination of the three!) or if you’d like to help out behind the scenes – We want to hear from you!
New Theatre Royal, Lincoln
Seventy sensational years!
The County Amateur Operatic Dramatic Society (CAODS Lincoln) has long been established as one of Lincolnshire’s premier musical performance groups and in 2019 we are delighted to be celebrating our 70th anniversary.
The audition process for our 2019 production of EVITA is open to all those interested and will begin in January 2019. Read more here.
In recent years, CAODS has been delighted to bring a number of new musicals to the Lincoln stage, including ‘Dirty Rotten Scoundrels’ in 2016. In 2015 ‘Sister Act’ was awarded Best Musical for the district by the National Operatic and Dramatic Association (NODA), which the society was extremely proud of.
The CAODS’ team hope you will continue to support the society as we head into our next seventy years, and to journey with us into our 70th anniversary year, and beyond…
Book online now!
EVITA will be performed at The New Theatre Royal Lincoln from November 8th – 16th 2019. You can now book your tickets on-line via the New Theatre Royal Web Site.
You can learn more about our past productions in our Society Archive – bear with us while we collate seventy years of information for display on the web site!