Bea Roberts’ critically acclaimed play, currently in production at Theatre503 before moving to the Bristol Old Vic in October, has
Gary McNair‘s A GAMBLER’S GUIDE TO DYING has received rave reviews following its run at the Edinburgh Fringe. It has also
45 YEARS, written and directed by Andrew Haigh, has won the top prize at Edinburgh International Film Festival, the Michael
45 YEARS, written and directed by Andrew Haigh and produced by Tristan Goligher, has won two silver bears at Berlin
Congratulations to Paddington and Pride which have both been nominated for Outstanding British Film in this year’s BAFTAs. Paddington, based
Congratulations to Morwenna Banks; GOODBYE has been shortlisted for the Imison Award 2015. What a fanstastic start to the year!
Congratulations to Bea Roberts, whose play And Then Come The Nightjars has been announced as the winner of Theatre 503’s
At the British Independent Film Awards PRIDE by Matthew Warchus has won the Best British Independent Film 2014, as well
Destiny Ekaragha has been named one of 2014’s BAFTA Breakthrough Brits. The 2014 group was carefully selected by a panel
Congratulations to Guy Myhill and all involved with THE GOOB, which won the top prize ‘Golden Hitchcock’ award at Dinard’s
Congratulations and Judith Dawson, whose inspirational feature documentary DARK HORSE has won the World Cinema Documentary Audience Award at Sundance
The first 6 winners of the Scotsman Fringe Firsts have been announced – and among them are Kirsty Patrick Ward’s
Toast of London, co-written by Arthur Mathews and Matt Berry and produced by Objective Productions, has picked up the prestigious
Very many congratulations to William Nicholson for the nomination of MANDELA: LONG WALK TO FREEDOM for Outstanding British Film, and
Congratulations to Ian Kershaw whose play STAR-CROSS’D won the Best Special Entertainment award at the Manchester Theatre Awards.