Critics' Winners Discuss Their Awards WOS Radio:
Date: 1 February 2007
In the latest
podcast, winners of the 18th annual Critics' Circle Awards talk about their accolades and acting techniques with Roger Foss following Tuesday's ceremony at the Price of Wales Theatre. Whatsonstage.com Radio
Among those in attendance at the ceremony were prize winners
Rufus Sewell (Best Actor), Tamsin Greig (Best Shakespearean Performance), Nina Raine (Best Playwright), Connie Fisher (Best Newcomer, who shared the accolade with Andrew Garfield), director Trevor Nunn, who collected the Best Play award on behalf of Tom Stoppard, John Tiffany (Best Director), and Punchdrunk's Robin Harvey, Tina Bicat, Stephen Dobbie, Matt Prentice and Felix Barrett (Best Designer).
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