Tring Park Alumnus nominated for The Times Breakthrough Award
Many congratulations to Tring Park alumnus Paris Fitzpatrick who has been nominated for this year’s Times Breakthrough Award for Dance at The South Bank Sky Arts Awards. Paris played Romeo in Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures original production of Romeo + Juliet. The production has also received a nomination in the dance category for Tring Park Patron Sir Matthew Bourne OBE.
The South Bank Sky Arts Award, given annually since 1996, honours British achievements in the arts. It is the only Awards ceremony in the world to acknowledge and celebrate every genre of the Arts, including Dance, Classical Music, Comedy, Film, Literature, Opera, Pop, Theatre, TV Drama and Visual Art.
The ceremony takes place on Sunday 20th December at the London Coliseum in a socially distanced format and will be free to view on Sky Arts at 8pm.
We wish all nominees the very best of luck! For a full list of nominees please view https://www.skygroup.sky/en-gb/article/nominations-revealed-for-the-south-bank-sky-arts-awards-2020
Photography credit to Clark Thomas