CRITICS' AWARDS FOR THEATRE IN SCOTLAND
davidtennant.com, November 2008
Images of the Dr Who actor after his victory in the best actor category for Look Back in Anger in the 2004–05 Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland.
The Scotsman, 20 June 2008
In the age of terror and “family values”, Sigmund Freud and his ideas are out of fashion; but all the same, it’s worth remembering their explosive influence on many of the great sexual and social revolutionaries of the 20th century.
The Times, 19 June 2008
Alasdair McCrone and Peter Arnott, director and writer respectively, of this entertaining squib, performed an early extract of it at the annual Critics’ Awards for Theatre in Scotland ceremony this time last year.
Theatre Voice, 18 June 2008
On Sunday, June 15, Glasgow’s splendid Òran Mór venue played host to the annual Critics’ Awards for Theatre in Scotland (CATS). The event was programmed as part of the city’s West End Festival (WEF) and was, by popular acclaim, the best CATS gathering since the awards began in 2003.
The Times, 17 June 2008
One does not immediately associate Jean Cocteau with boulevard comedy, but the tight structure and lightness of touch of Les parents terribles underlines how skilful a technician he was . . .
A View from the Stalls, 16 June 2008
Yesterday saw the presentation ceremony for the Critics Awards for Theatre in Scotland at Oran Mor. As I mentioned when the nominations were announced I was particularly pleased to see "The Wall" feature in a couple of categories
Rogues and Vagabonds, 16 June 2008
The sixth annual CATS, for the year 2007-08, were announced at 6pm on Sunday June 15 in a ceremony at Oran Mor, Glasgow, with special guests Johnny Beattie and Maureen Beattie.
What's on Stage, 16 June 2008
The Tony Awards weren’t the only theatre awards taking place last night.
BBC Tayside, 16 June 2008
Dundee Rep is celebrating winning four honours at the Critics Awards for Theatre in Scotland (CATS).
The Herald, 16 June 2008
Dundee Rep scooped four of Scotland's theatre critic awards last night for its production of Ibsen's Peer Gynt.
The Stage, 16 June 2008
Dundee Rep led the way at this year’s Critics Awards for Theatre in Scotland, taking four of the ten awards on offer, including Best Production for its staging of Ibsen’s Peer Gynt.
The Scotsman, 16 June 2008
Scotland's only repertory theatre company yesterday scooped four awards for their production of Peer Gynt at the Critics Awards for Theatre in Scotland.
STV, 16 June 2008
Shows produced by Dundee Rep dominated the 6 th annual Critics Awards for Theatre in Scotland, or C.A.T.S., which were awarded in Glasgow on Sunday.
Metro, 10 June 2008
Damned if they do, damned if they don’t would seem to be the position the cast of last year’s Glasgow King’s panto Sleeping Beauty find themselves in ahead of the Critics Awards for Theatre in Scotland (CATS) at Òran Mór on Sunday where they’ve been nominated for Best Ensemble.
Sunday Mail, 6 June 2008
The Critics Awards - Scotland's ONLY awards for the theatre - are on in Glasgow next week but I bet there's not too many queuing round the block to beat the rush for tickets.
The List, 22 May 2008
Dundee Rep has been hailed as the frontrunner for the 2008 Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland (CATS). The Rep heads the bill with 13 nominations across 9 categories, including Best Performance in both the male and female categories, Best Ensemble, Best Design, Best Use of Music and Sound, Best Director and Best Production.
Guardian, 20 May 2008
With shows as varied as Peer Gynt, Sunshine on Leith and Venus as a Boy to consider, drawing up the shortlist for Scotland's theatre awards was particularly tricky
The Herald, 19 May 2008
Dundee Rep is leading the race for Scotland's most prestigious theatre awards, it was announced yesterday.
Dundee Courier, 19 May 2008
There was jubilation at Dundee Rep this weekend at the news that it heads the field in this year’s shortlists for the CATS awards
Press and Journal, 19 May 2008
Critics’ gongs recognise excellence:Dundee Rep Theatre is leading the field of nominations in this year’s critics’ awards.
The Stage, 19 May 2008
Dundee Rep leads the way at this year’s Critics Awards for Theatre in Scotland with a total of 13 nominations in nine of the ten possible categories
Evening Times, 19 May 2008
Glasgow is to host the glittering Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland.
Scottish Television, 19 May 2008
A musical based on the music of the Proclaimers has picked up a flurry of nominations in the 6th annual Critics Awards for Theatre in Scotland , or C.A.T.S.
Scotland on Sunday, 18 May 2008
Sandy Grierson has a proven capacity for eclectic roles, and his latest surreal performance is no exception.
The Times, 18 May 2008
Company denied funding by Scottish Arts Council receives three nominations
View From the Stalls, 18 May 2008
The winners of the 2007-2008 Critics Awards for Theatre in Scotland aren't announced until mid June but today sees the release of the shortlists for each of the ten awards.