We evaluate the performance of the Multi-conjugate Adaptive optics Demonstrator (MAD) from <i>H</i> and <i>K</i><sub>s</sub> imaging of
30 Doradus in the Large Magellanic Cloud. Maps of the full-width half maximum (FWHM) of point sources in the <i>H</i> and <i>K</i><sub>s</sub> images are presented, together with maps of the Strehl ratio achieved in the <i>K</i><sub>s</sub>-band observations. Each of the
three natural guide stars was at the edge of the MAD field-of-view, and the observations were obtained at relatively large
airmass (1.4-1.6). Even so, the Strehl ratio achieved in the second pointing (best-placed compared to the reference stars)
ranged from 15% to an impressive 30%. Preliminary photometric calibration of the first pointing indicates 5σ sensitivities
of <i>K</i><sub>s</sub>~21.75 and <i>H</i>~22.25 (from 22 and 12 min exposures, respectively).