CRITICS' AWARDS FOR THEATRE IN SCOTLAND

Press coverage 2010

4 July 2010 W&P Longreach

Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland

THE ceremony was co-hosted by Jonathan Mills, Director of Edinburgh International Festival and Karen Dunbar actor and comedian. The winner of our Award for Best New Play was Ursula Rani Sarma for her play The Dark Things at the Traverse Theatre.

24 June 2010 The Clare Champion

Major Scottish accolade for Lahinch writer

NORTH Clare writer scooped two awards at the recent Critics Awards for Theatre in Scotland. Ursula Rani Sarma is a writer of Irish/Indian descent. She grew up in Lahinch and has been writing predominantly for theatre since graduating from University College Cork in 1999. Ursula co-founded Djinn Productions later that year and has directed several award-winning productions as artistic director of the company. Currently resident in London, Ursula took the honours at the Scottish awards for her first Traverse Theatre Company commission, The Dark Things.

23 June The Caledonian Mercury

Scotland expects more from National Theatre

CONGRATULATIONS to the National Theatre of Scotland (NTS). It won the Best Show for Children and Young People category recently at the annual Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland (CATS) at Edinburgh's Festival Theatre.

22 June 2010 STV

What is the National Theatre of Scotland playing at?

CONGRATULATIONS to the National Theatre of Scotland (NTS). It won the Best Show for Children and Young People category recently at the annual Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland (CATS) at Edinburgh's Festival Theatre.

21 June 2010 The Herald

The CATS get the cream of stage productions

IT speaks volumes for my confidence in their success, of course – or at least that's my story and I'm sticking to it – but last Sunday was the first time I attended the Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland. I have several chapters of justification for this – which I will precis, you'll be glad to hear – but after the third withering look I did stop admitting to the theatre folk of auld Scotia that they'd been getting gongs from the critical community since 2003 without me ever bothering to show face.

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17 June 2010 Perthshire Advertiser

Perth Theatre and Dundee Rep win CATS awards

PERTH Theatre and Dundee Rep have scooped awards in the prestigious Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland (CATS). Now in its eighth year, the awards presentation at Edinburgh's Festival Theatre was hosted by special guests Jonathan Mills, director of the Edinburgh International Festival, and actress/comedienne Karen Dunbar. Firmly established as a highlight in the theatrical calendar, the event was attended by some of the leading figures in Scottish theatre.

15 June 2010 Horsecross

Perth Theatre celebrates awards success

PERTH Theatre has been awarded a Critics' Award for Theatre in Scotland in the Best Technical Presentation category for its production of Jane Eyre.

15 June 2010 Dundee.com

Dundee Rep picks up three CATS Awards

DUNDEE Rep Theatre took three awards at yesterday's Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland (CATS). It was the Rep's production of The Elephant Man, staged last October that brought success in three categories including best director for Jemima Levick. It was third time lucky for the Rep associate director, who has received two previous nominations in the category.

15 June 2010 Vox Motus

Edinburgh antics

ON Sunday the Bright Black posse headed back through to Edinburgh to attend the CATS awards as we were nominated for Best Technical Presentation. Although we were pipped at the post by Perth's Jane Eyre and it's collapsing house we had much theatre celebratory fun.

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15 June 2010 Disability Arts Online

Lung Ha's Theatre Company have won a CAT Award for Best Ensemble

LUNG Ha's Theatre Company are delighted to announce that their latest co-production with Grid Iron Theatre Company, Huxley's Lab, has been nominated for Best Ensemble at the CATS Awards - Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland. This is a very important achievement not only because it's the first inclusive production to ever be nominated but it also reflects the amazing amount of time and effort that the whole company invested in the production.

15 June 2010 Press and Journal

Dundee Rep chosen as critics' favourite at awards ceremony

DUNDEE Rep has emerged as the critics' favourite after scooping three awards at the Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland (Cats). Jemima Levick won best director, Kevin Lennon won best male performance and Alex Lowde and Colin Grenfell won the award for best design at the ceremony in Edinburgh.The awards come after last year's successful staging of The Elephant Man.

15 June 2010 The Guardian

Kiss Me Kate

THE lights come up on the second half, and the Pitlochry summer ensemble shows its colours. It is time for Too Darn Hot, Cole Porter's slinky, sticky jazz number, and the large cast is out in force. As with the company's first musical, Whisky Galore, nominated in Sunday's Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland, the actors not only prove themselves fine singers, but also spirited musicians, bringing clarinets and saxophones with them on stage. This time, they also dance.

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14 June 2010 National Theatre of Scotland

National Theatre of Scotland wins at CATS

THE eighth annual Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland were held at Edinburgh Festival Theatre yesterday and saw the National Theatre of Scotland add another award to its collection. Mr Write by Rob Drummond won the award for Best Production for Children and Young People, an award won previously by the National Theatre of Scotland in 2006, 2007 and 2008.

14 June 2010 British Theatre Guide

2010 CATS Winners

THE eighth annual Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland, for the year 2009–10, were announced on Sunday June 13 in a ceremony at the Edinburgh Festival Theatre. The special guest presenters were actor Karen Dunbar and EIF artistic director Jonathan Mills.

14 June 2010 A View From the Stalls

Open.Stage & CATS winners announced

AND yesterday saw the award ceremony for the Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland (CATS) - full details of all this year's winners are now available on the CATS website. As we mentioned before we somehow seem to have contrived to avoid seeing most of the winning productions, but congratulations to all involved.

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14 June 2010 BigOnGlasgow

Edinburgh's Traverse and Dundee Rep sweep CATS

EDINBURGH'S Traverse Theatre and Dundee Repertory Theatre have taken home six out of ten prizes at this year's Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland. The Traverse Theatre, which received ten nominations in this year's shortlists, took Best New Play for the third year running and Best Production for Ursula Rani Sarma's The Dark Things, while Sian Thomas received the award for Best Female Performance for her role in The Goat, or Who is Sylvia?

14 June 2010 The Times

Dundee Rep and Edinburgh Traverse dominate theatre awards

DUNDEE Repertory Theatre's acclaimed production of The Elephant Man dominated the annual Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland last night, winning in three out of ten categories. Jemima Levick was named Best Director – her third nomination in the category – with the judges describing her work as outstanding.

14 June 2010 EdinburghGuide

Trav Shows Win Three Scottish Critics Awards For Theatre

EDINBURGH'S Traverse Theatre and Dundee Repertory Theatre, two of Scotland's leading building-based companies, have emerged as the leaders at this year's Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland, with the venues taking home six out of the ten prizes between them.

14 June 2010 AllMedia Scotland

Scots Theatre Critics Stage Awards Ceremony to Remember

NO 'red carpet' no black tie dress code, not even an evening ceremony. The Best of Scottish Theatre awards hosted by Scotland's theatre critics - joined by Edinburgh International Festival director, Jonathan Mills (far left), and comedienne, Karen Dunbar (fifth from left) - proved a joyous, chilled occasion for all those gathered yesterday afternoon at Edinburgh's Festival Theatre.

14 June 2010 Theatre in Scotland

CATS 2010: Winners Announced

THE eighth annual Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland, otherwise known as the CATS, took place at Edinburgh Festival Theatre on Sunday 13 June 2010. The awards were presented by actress and comedienne Karen Dunbar and Edinburgh International Festival's Creative Director, Jonathan Mills.

14 June 2010 The Courier

CATS awards make Dundee Rep country's most successful theatre

DUNDEE ep has picked up three prizes at the Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland – making it the most successful theatre in the history of the CATS.

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14 June 2010 The Courier

Rep picks up three CATS at a stroke

DUNDEE Rep took a trio of awards at yesterday's Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland (CATS), emerging joint leader with another of Scotland's leading building-based companies, the Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh, writes Joy Watters, arts reporter. The two theatres took home six out of the 10 prizes between them at a glittering ceremony in the capital.

14 June 2010 The Herald

Traverse shares top billing at theatre awards

THE Traverse in Edinburgh and Dundee Repertory were the biggest winners at Scotland's leading theatre awards yesterday. The two scooped six out of the 10 prizes at the eighth annual Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland (CATS) ceremony at the Festival Theatre, Edinburgh. The Traverse received 10 nominations and took the best new play prize for the third year running.

14 June 2010 STV

Dundee Rep is Scotland's leading theatre - official

THE Rep win again at the Critics Awards for Theatre in Scotland, making it the most consistently successful theatre in the country.Dundee Rep won three of the ten awards at the annual Critics Awards for Theatre in Scotland on Sunday, bringing its total haul to 15 awards in the eight years of the CATS existence and making it the most successful theatre in Scotland.

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13 June 2010 STV

Dundee Rep wins clutch of awards

THEATRE becomes most critically successful in Scotland.Dundee Rep has won a clutch of gongs at this year's Critics Awards for Theatre in Scotland The theatre took home three of the ten awards up for grabs at the prestigious annual event. It's now won a total of 15 awards since the Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland (CATS) were set up eight years ago. That makes it the most critically successful theatre in Scotland.

13 June 2010 What'sOnStage

Traverse & Dundee Rep Strike Gold At CATS

ON the same night as Broadway honoured its stars at the Tony Awards (See News, 14 June 2010), Scottish theatre royalty assembled in Edinburgh for the annual Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland. Edinburgh's Traverse Theatre and Dundee Repertory Theatre, two of Scotland's leading building-based companies, emerged as the leaders at this year's ceremony, with the venues taking home six out of the ten prizes between them.

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13 June 2010 STV

Shock of the new in Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland

A NEW play featuring a traumatised survivor of a bush crash and a girl in a wheel chair has carried off the top prize at this year's Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland.

13 June 2010 The Stage

Dundee Rep and Edinburgh Traverse impress at CATS

DUNDEE Rep's production of The Elephant Man has run out as the biggest individual winner at the Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland announced in Edinburgh on Sunday, which saw the Rep and Edinburgh's Traverse take six of the ten awards between them.

10 June 2010 STV

STV to sponsor CATS theatre awards

STV has joined the growing number of private companies who have chosen to support one of the awards in the Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland

9 June 2010 AllMediaScotland

Theatre Critics' Awards Net STV Sponsorship

AN awards ceremony that sees Scotland's theatre critics choose their best performances and performers in the country is to be part-sponsored by STV. The Glasgow-based broadcaster has agreed to support a category of the Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland (CATS), which is hosting its annual prize-giving this weekend, in Edinburgh.

9 June 2010 BigOnGlasgow

STV sponsors CATS Awards

SCOTTISH broadcaster STV has announced its support of the Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland (CATS). STV has pledged £500 a year for five years to support the award for Best Female Performance.

4 June 2010 BigOnGlasgow

Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland awards announced

THE shortlist for the Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland (CATS) have been announced, with the winners announced on Sunday 13th June at the Festival Theatre, Edinburgh. Edinburgh's own Traverse Theatre leads the field, with ten nominations across six out of a possible ten categories for the awards, which have been going since 2003.

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28 May 2010 The Scotsman

National Theatre aims to knock out critics

THE National Theatre of Scotland yesterday unveiled a series of big names for its Edinburgh Festival programme in a bid to silence critics who claim it has failed to hit the heights during the last year.

24 May What'sOnStage

Win Tickets to the CATS Awards

THE annual celebration of the Critics' Awards For Theatre In Scotland (CATS) take place in Edinburgh this year for the second time. Founded in 2003 by Scotland's top theatre critics, the awards are a highlight of the Scottish theatre calendar celebrating the actors, directors, playwrights and other theatre artists who have made the most thrilling contributions of the year.

18 May 2010 Edinburgh Evening News

Festival role lands Jimmy Yuill awards nod

ACTOR Jimmy Yuill has been nominated for the prestigious Critic's Awards for Theatre in Scotland for his performance at last year's Festival. The TV and stage star was praised for his role in The Testament of Cresseid. The play, an adaptation of a Robert Henryson poem, was directed by David Levin and received its world premiere at The Hub last year.

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17 May 2010 A Play, a Pie and a Pint

Turbo Folk Nominated for a CATS Award

THECritics’ Awards for Theatre in Scotland have just announced their nominations, and Alan Bissett's Turbo Folk has been nominated in the Best New Play category. The play, which was part of this Spring Season here at A Play a Pie and a Pint, has been nominated along with Hitch by Kieran Hurley (The Arches), Orphans by Dennis Kelly (The Traverse), and Ursula Rani Sarma’s The Dark Things.

17 May 2010 Creative Choices

Best Scottish theatre shortlisted Published

SOME of the best performing arts shows in Scotland have been recognised in this year's Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland (CATS) shortlist. Edinburgh's Traverse Theatre took the most nominations, totalling ten across six categories, but the Tron Theatre in Glasgow also appears in four categories.

16 May 2010 University of Glasgow

Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland

CATSTheatre Studies PhD student Kieran Hurley has been nominated in the category Best New Play in this year's Critics Awards for Theatre in Scotland (CATS). Kieran has been nominated for his play Hitch which was produced at The Arches earlier this year. Another Theatre Studies graduate is also in the running for one of this year's CATS. Graham Sutherland (MA 2002), who is the Head of Lighting and Sound at the Citizens' Theatre Glasgow, has been nominated in the category Best Design for his lighting design of Cinderella at the Citizens' in November/ December 2009.

16 May 2010 A View From the Stalls

Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland shortlist

CONGRATULATIONS to all those on the shortlist for this year's Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland (CATS) which was announced earlier this week.

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14 May Edinburgh International Festival

Festival actor gets CATS nomination

JIMMY Yuill has been nominated for a prestigious Critic's Awards for Theatre in Scotland award for his performance in The Testament of Cresseid at Edinburgh International Festival 2009. Yuill, a highly acclaimed television and theatre actor, heads up a strong field in the Best Male Actors category which draws from performances across Scottish theatre over the last 12 months

14 May 2010 The Courier

Tayside theatres in running for critics' awards

TAYSIDE theatre is well represented in the shortlist for the annual Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland, with nominations in seven categories. Dundee Rep has half a dozen reasons to celebrate with A Christmas Carol and Elephant Man each receiving three nominations. Pitlochry Festival Theatre's musical Whisky Galore! has been nominated twice, for Ken Alexander as best director and for best use of music and sound. Perth Theatre is nominated in the best technical presentation category for its production of Jane Eyre.

14 May 2010 The Herald, Glasgow

Edinburgh’s Traverse leads theatre awards field with 10 nods

THE Traverse Theatre of Edinburgh leads the field with 10 nominations for this year’s Critics’ Awards for Theatre in Scotland, or CATS. For the first time, the shortlist for the annual theatre prizes also includes a show as much from the visual arts sphere as in theatre with The Darktown Cakewalk: Celebrated From The House Of Fame, which was performed at the Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art and has been nominated for best ensemble and best use of music and sound.

14 May 2010 Edinburgh Evening News

Traverse Theatre in awards coup

THE Traverse Theatre is leading the way in the nominations for this year's Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland (CATS). The theatre, which showcases new writing, dominates the shortlist, with nominations in six out of the ten categories.

14 May 2010 Annals of the Edinburgh Stage

Cream of Edinburgh's theatrical talent top CATS nominations

EDINBURGH'S theatres and production companies have made a strong showing in the shortlist for this year’s Critics Awards for the Theatre in Scotland, picking up 15 of the 40 possible nominations, in 8 of the 10 categories. Leading the field is the Traverse, with six nominations for last Autumn’s The Dark Things, three for the recent The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?, and a single nomination for Orphans, last Fringe’s co-production with Birmingham Rep, in association with Paines Plough.

14 May 2010 The Scotsman

Traverse Theatre laps up the Cats cream with 10 award nominations

THE Traverse Theatre led the field yesterday in nominations for the Cats Scottish theatre awards in a fresh boost for the Edinburgh venue and its artistic director, Dominic Hill. The Traverse won ten nominations across six out of ten categories for the Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland (Cats). Mr Hill, who oversees the theatre's programme as well as directing individual plays, won two of the four nominations for best director.

13 May 2010 STV.com

Theatre awards highlight bestiality and pole dancing

A PLAY about falling in love with a goat and a play about a paraplegic pole dancer are among the most highly regarded theatre productions in Scotland in the last year, according to Scotland's theatre critics. Both The Goat and The Dark Things were produced by the Traverse theatre in Edinburgh which leads the nominations with fully one quarter of the possible 40 nominations. Dundee Rep has six more, making these two the most widely praised theatres in Scotland.

13 May 2010 Lothian Life

Traverse Theatre Leads Nominations for this Year’s Critics’ Awards Again

EDINBURGHH'S Traverse Theatre leads the field in this year’s Critics’ Awards for Theatre in Scotland with ten nominations across six out of a possible ten categories.

13 May 2010 What'sOnStage.com

Traverse Leads CATS Nominations 2010

EDINBURGH Traverse Theatre leads the field in this year’s Critics’ Awards for Theatre in Scotland (CATS) with ten nominations across six out of a possible ten categories.

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13 May 2010 The Stage

Traverse leads nominations for CATS Awards

EDINBURGH'S Traverse Theatre has garnered a quarter of all the nominations in the shortlist for this year's Critics Awards for Theatre in Scotland, which was announced this morning. The Traverse's ten nominations include six for Ursula Rani Sarma's new play, The Dark Things, which is also the most nominated production on the shortlist.

13 May 2010 allmediascotland.com

Theatre Critics Reveal Their Scottish Shortlist

ACCORDING to Scotland's leading theatre critics, Edinburgh theatre, The Traverse, has been home to some of the best productions in the country recently - following the unveiling of their Scottish theatre awards shortlist.

30 April 2010 John O'Groat Journal

Meg helps make sure it's not a comedy of errors

A WICK actress and former member of the Royal Shakespeare Company is helping a local amateur dramatics group to tackle the work of the Bard for the first time. . . . In 2007 she won two major theatre awards. Her role in Tom Fool at the Citizens' Theatre in Glasgow earned her best actress in the Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland.

2 April 2010 British Theatre Guide

Cats Supporting CATS

THE Mackintosh Foundation, the charity set up by Cameron Mackintosh, the producer of the musical Cats, to promote and develop theatrical, musical and dramatic arts, is to sponsor the Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland (CATS) for the next three years to the tune of £3,000.

2 April 2010 theatreSCOTLAND

Cats man's charity backs CATS

THE Mackintosh Foundation, the charity set up by theatre producer Cameron Mackintosh to promote and develop theatrical, musical and dramatic arts, has pledged £3,000 over the next three years towards the ceremony for Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland.

1 April 2010 Edinburgh Evening News

Stars applaud £3,000 boost for awards

STARS will shine brighter at a prestigious theatre awards ceremony, after it received a £3,000 funding boost. The Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland have won sponsorship from the Mackintosh Foundation, a charity set up by producer Cameron Mackintosh. The event, at the Festival Theatre in June, has also been given £500 a year from technical services company Northern Light.

1 April 2010 The Scotsman

Cam boosts Cats

THE Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland (Cats) has secured a three-year sponsorship donation from Sir Cameron Mackintosh's theatrical charity as preparations get under way for the eighth awards ceremony. The Mackintosh Foundation, which the impresario established to promote and develop theatrical, musical and dramatic arts, has pledged £3,000 over the next three years towards the prestigious ceremony.

1 April 2010 Annals of the Edinburgh Stage

Purring CATS secure long term funding

The Critics Awards for Theatre in Scotland, known as the CATS, has secured £6,000 funding over the next three years which will put its annual awards bash on a secure footing. The CATS are Scotland's only national theatre awards and were set up in 2002 to celebrate the best Scottish theatre achievements in the theatre year May–April. The Eighth CATS awards will be held at the Edinbrugh Festival Theatre this June 13, with awards handed out in 10 categories.

31 March 2010 EdinburghGuide

Critics Award for Theatre in Scotland Ceremony

ONE for theatre-lovers this one. The annual ceremony for the eighth Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland returns to the Edinburgh Festival Theatre for a second time. CATS celebrates the actors, directors, playwrights and other theatre artists who are deemed to have made the most thrilling contributions of the year 2009–2010.

31 March 2010 What'sOnStage

CATS Secures 3-year Sponsorship From Mackintosh

THE Mackintosh Foundation - a charity set up by theatre producer Cameron Mackintosh to promote and develop theatrical, musical and dramatic arts - has pledged £3,000 over the next three years towards the Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland (CATS).

31 March 2010 allmediascotland

Theatre Critics Group Secures Three-year Sponsorship Deal from Mackintosh Foundation

ORGANISERS of the Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland are delighted to announce that the Mackintosh Foundation, the charity set up by theatre producer Cameron Mackintosh to promote and develop theatrical, musical and dramatic arts, has pledged £3000 over the next three years towards the prestigous ceremony.

25 February 2010 The Straits Times

Blackbird play postponed

The Singapore Repertory Theatre (SRT) has postponed its production of the play Blackbird because lead actor Patrick Teoh has pulled out of it. The play, a tense psychological thriller with two characters and written by Scottish playwright David Harrower, was scheduled to run from March 6 to 20 at the DBS Arts Centre. It will now be staged in September.

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20 January 2010 Culture Wars

Rom-com renewal

IN October 2008, Midsummer (a play with songs), the result of the collaboration between playwright David Greig and singer-songwriter Gordon McIntyre, premiered at the Traverse in Edinburgh, and following a nomination for Best New Play at the Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland, went on to tour in Scotland, Ireland, and Canada. It is now being presented in London at the Soho Theatre.

15 January 2010 The Scotsman

Interview: John Dove - 'It's a masterpiece. You would never miss a chance to work on this in a million years'

TO have Dove back in the Edinburgh theatre is good news. This is his fourth Arthur Miller play here and his track record is exemplary. He came first Ð at the invitation of artistic director Mark Thomson, who had worked with him at Hampstead Theatre Ð with a production of Death of a Salesman in 2004. The show had a fierce emotional momentum, the 11-strong cast was flawless and Paul Jesson's fantastic turn as Willy Loman earned him a nomination for best actor in the Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland.

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