Everyone in Nomads would like to express a huge congratulations to the Mini Nomads for their successful production of Honk! jr. 

Despite everything that was thrown at them. Being postponed twice due to lockdowns and multiple cast members going into isolation over the last few months.Some cast even attended rehearsals via zoom.

The six performances were fantastic, even with 50% audience capacity the applause was loud and well deserved. Every member of cast and crew should be proud to have been part of this production. 

I told the young cast at the dress rehearsal to enjoy every minute of it, make friends for life and make memories. For those of us who got to watch I promise we won’t forget this show, memories have been made for every generation. 

The future of Nomads is looking very promising. This group has grown in confidence and the individual personalities are working together to overcome and achieve so much.  

Neil McDonald President. 



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Sale Nomads Theatre Club Established in 1946. 

We are proud to be part of the Sale community and strive to produce a positive and entertaining experience for all who watch our productions.

For many many years the Nomads have been the team behind the ‘Sale Panto’ performed each January at the Waterside, Sale. Generations of families have been coming to boo, hiss and cheer at the colourful characters.

Our Studio Theatre presents plays from drama to comedy each season. Situated in central Sale we have the perfect location for audiences and members to attend.



A message from our President, Neil McDonald

Being the President for 2019 – 2021 is an honour and a privilege. I first joined Nomads in 1992 and quickly forged friendships that have lasted to this day.

Being a member of any club or society can bring such joy, warmth and the feeling of inclusion. Some clubs throw balls and hit them with sticks, and others click twigs together and make scarves out of wool. We get to take people on a journey making them laugh and cry along the way by performing stories written by all generations for all generations.

Oscar Wilde said it best:-

“I regard the theatre as the greatest of all art forms, the most immediate way in which a human being can share with another the sense of what it is to be a human being.”