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.
William Nicholson wrote the screenplay for the Working Title feature film, which has earned a staggering 9 Bafta nominations and
Congratulations to Cathryn Constable whose debut novel The Wolf Princess has been shortlisted for the Specsavers National Book Awards 2012.
Broadcast award nominations have been announced and there’s lots to celebrate. Tom MacRae’s THREESOME is deservedly up for Best Multichannel
Congratulations to Sally Wainwright who has won the RTS North West Best Writer Award 2012. Her new series, LAST TANGO
Peter Strickland’s BERBERIAN SOUND STUDIO is up for 7 awards at the British International Film Awards, including Best Film, Best
Congratulations to Sarah Ruhl whose play IN THE NEXT ROOM, a Theatre Royal Bath production in the Ustinov Studio, has
Congratulations to Paul Jenkins who has been announced as runner-up for the 2012 Wales Drama Award for his script FEAR
4 O’CLOCK CLUB, the BBC live action series created by Paul Rose and Ben Smith is one of four nominations
Love Love Love by Mike Bartlett and The Witness by Vivienne Franzmann have been longlisted for the Best Play
BAFTA has today announced the winners of a nationwide competition to find the UK’s most promising comedy television writers and
Deborah Levy’s wonderful novel has been named as one of the six books nominated on the shortlist for this years