CATS' Awards

BATS Award 2016 – Best Youth Production “Footloose”

BATS 2016 Award: Best Choreographer: Louise & Em Cohen: “Fame” & “Footloose”

GMDF Award 2016: Best Youth Production: “Footloose”

GMDF Award 2016: Best Technical Production: “Footloose”

GMDF Award 2016: Best Youth Performer (Male): Joseph Foster: Ren in “Footloose”

BATS Award 2015 – Best Youth Production “Into The Woods”

GMDF Award 2015: Best Youth Performer (Female): Amelia Atherton: Bakers Wife in “Into The Woods”

NODA 2014 Award: Best Leading Female Actor in a Musical: Katie Ball: Grizabella in “Cats” The Musical

GMDF 2014 Award: Adjudicators Award: for characterisation and presentation: Katie Ball:  Grizabella in “Cats” The Musical

GMDF 2014 Award: Best Performer under 21: Rebecca Bolton: Fantine in “Les Miserables”

GMDF 2014 Award: Best Youth Production: “Cats” The Musical 

BATS 2014 Award: Best Choreographer: Louise Cohen: “Cats” The Musical

BATS 2014 Award: Best Youth Production: “Cats” The Musical

GMDF 2013 Award: Best Performer under 21: Katie Ball: “Eve / Mama Noah” in “Children of Eden”

GMDF 2013 Award (Athenaeum Rose Bowl):  continued outstanding contribution to the amateur theatre movement in the face of severe adversity – CATS Youth Theatre

BATS Award 2013: Best Youth Production: “Children Of Eden”

GMDF 2012 Award: Best Youth Production: “Carousel” 

NODA 2012 Award:  Best Youth Actor: Chris Whitehead: Rick in “A Slice of Saturday Night”

BATS Award 2011: Best Youth Production: “The Wiz”

GMDF 2011 Award: Best Supporting Male: Sam Openshaw: The Scarecrow in “The Wiz”

GMDF 2011 Award: Best Supporting Female:  Eleanor Martin: Bridget in “A Slice of Saturday Night”
GMDF 2011 Award:  Best Youth Production: “The Wiz”

NODA 2012 Award: Best Youth Actor: Matthew Howard-Norman: Sweeney Todd in “Sweeney Todd” 

BATS Award 2010: Best Youth Production “Sweeney Todd”

BATS Award 2010: Best Set & Costume Design “Sweeney Todd”

GMDF 2010 Award: Best Youth Production “Sweeney Todd”

GMDF Board Award 2010: Muriel Goodwin Trophy: Louise Cohen – Outstanding contribution to the development and encouragement of young people in all aspects of amateur theatre

GMDF Award 2010: Best Costumes: “Just So”

GMDF Award 2010: Best Supporting Youth Actress: Katy Clayton: Johanna in “Sweeney Todd” 

GMDF Award 2010: Best Youth Actress: Eleanor Martin for Mrs Lovett in “Sweeney Todd” 

GMDF Award 2010: Best Actor: Matthew Howard-Norman: Sweeney Todd in “Sweeney Todd” 
GMDF Award 2009: Best Youth Show: “Godspell”

NODA Award 2008: Best Youth Production: “Children Of Eden”

GMDF Award 2008: Best Youth Show: “Children Of Eden”

GMDF Award 2008: Best Youth Actor: Danny Whitehead for Jekyll/Hyde in “Jekyll and Hyde” 

GMDF Award 2008: Best Musical Director: Jennie Allcock for “Children of Eden” 

GMDF Award 2007: Best Youth Actor: Danny Whitehead for Galileo in “We Will Rock You”

GMDF Award 2007: Best Youth Actress: Rebecca McLean: Scaramouche in “We Will Rock You” 

GMDF Award 2006: Best Supporting Actor: Gareth Cunliffe: Lord Evelyn in “Anything Goes”
GMDF Award 2005: Best Youth Show:  “Les Miserables”

GMDF Award 2005: Best Director: Louise Cohen: “Les MIserables”

GMDF Award 2005: Best Youth Actor: Danny Whitehead: Valjean in “Les MIserables”
GMDF Award 2005: Best Supporting Male: Robert Flitcroft: Marius in “Les Miserables”

GMDF Award 2004: Best Supporting Male: Jonathan Cunliffe:Pilate in “Jesus Christ Superstar”

GMDF Award 2003: Best Youth Actor: Danny Whitehead: Bullfrog in “Honk” & Ali Hakim in “Oklahoma”

GMDF Award 2002: Best Supporting Actor: Jonathan Cunliffe: Eric in “A Slice of Saturday Night” 

GMDF Award 2002: Muriel Goodwin Trophy: Outstanding contribution to Youth Theatre

GMDF Award 2002 – Best Youth Actress: Elizabeth Oakes – Sue in “A Slice of Saturday Night” 

GMDF Award 2002: Best Youth Production: “A Slice of Saturday Night”

GMDF Award 2001: Best Supporting Actress: Elizabeth Oakes for Cassie in “A Chorus Line” and Joanne in “Godspell” 

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