Did you see all the coverage from the 2019 Critics’ Circle Awards?
The 2019 Critics Circle Awards took place on 11 February 2020 at the Delfont Room in the Prince Of Wales Theatre, in the heart of London’s West End. In addition to television coverage – with winners Andrew Scott, Juliet Stevenson and Sam Tutty interviewed on BBC London TV News, ITV London News and London Live TV News – here’s a round-up of some of the other stunning coverage from the event. With thanks to our awards publicist Kevin Wilson Public Relations…
The winners have been announced for the 2019 Critics’ Circle Theatre Awards.
This year’s Critics’ Circle Theatre Awards were held at the Prince of Wales Theatre in London on February 11.
The Best Actress Award is shared this year between two winners – Juliet Stevenson for her performance in The Doctor at the Almeida, and Sharon D Clarke for her turn in the Young Vic and West End production of Death of a Salesman.
A Very Expensive Poison and Come From Away have taken the awards for best new play and best new musical respectively, as the winners for the 2019 Critics’ Circle Theatre Awards, announced at the Prince of Wales Theatre on 11th February 2020.
Andrew Scott, Sharon D. Clarke, Juliet Stevenson, Sam Tutty and Hammed Animashaun have won top acting honours at the 2019 Critics Circle Theatre Awards, held today (11 February 2020) at the Prince of Wales Theatre in London’s West End, hosted by Critics’ Circle Drama Section Chairman Henry…
Andrew Scott, Sharon D. Clarke, Juliet Stevenson, Sam Tutty and Hammed Animashaun have won top acting honours at the
Lucy Prebble wins inaugural Michael Billington award for best new play. Prebble’s play A Very Expensive Poison won the prize, named after the Guardian’s former chief theatre critic, at the Critics’ Circle awards
Juliet Stevenson has argued that Shakespeare should be performed in modern dress and that some of his plays should be “buried and forgotten”.
As always, the Critics’ Circle Theatre Awards 2019 ceremony at the Prince of Wales Theatre on 11 February was a joyous affair, celebrating the manifold pleasures that the stage has to offer.
Just months after he made his prodebut in West End’s Dear Evan Hansen, Sam Tutty is the winner of The Jack Tinker Award for Most Promising Newcomer.
Tom Scutt has claimed theatre design is “underestimated” by critics, claiming intelligent reviews are needed to help those working in his field develop their craft.
David Benedict: Awards are ridiculous – but some mean a lot more than others. With no list of nominees, there’s no favouritism, no horse-trading, no vested interests, just favourites from across the year of theatregoing selected by the members of the Circle.