The Theatre Royal Plymouth is delighted to announce that two of its shows were winners at the 2010 TMA Theatre Awards, which celebrates the best of British theatre from around the United Kingdom.
Louise Plowright has received an award for Best Supporting Performance in a Musical for her part in White Christmas. The show, which premiered in Plymouth in 2006 and returned to the delight of Plymouth audiences in 2009, has traveled extensively, receiving wonderful critical acclaim wherever it goes.
The Empire, a Royal Court Theatre and Drum Theatre Plymouth production has received the award for Best Touring Production. DC Moore’s second full-length play which dissected the politics of occupation, home and abroad played to audiences in Plymouth in May this year, receiving phenomenal critical acclaim from local and national press.
Craig Revel Horwood will hosted the 2010 TMA (Theatrical Management Association) Awards at the Lyric Hammersmith, on Sunday 7 November, when the winners were announced.
Rachel Tackley, President of TMA, said:
_“The 2010 event is a timely reminder of the huge range and extraordinary quality of theatrical talent that is found across the United Kingdom. We have nominees from Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and England. Their work, which we ..(honoured)…on November 7th, is proof of the continued value of public investment in the arts.”