Samuel Beckett Award
The Samuel Beckett Award is a British award set up in 1983 and awarded to writers and directors, who in the opinion of a committee of critics, producers and publishers, showed excellence in writing or directing for the performing arts. The award was established in honour of Irish avant-garde novelist, playwright, theatre director, and poet Samuel Beckett and in recognition of his distinctive contribution to world theatre and literature.
Award winning writers/directors included:
- Farrukh Dhondy
- Nick Perry
- Karim Alrawi
- Anne Devlin
- Shirley Gee
- Jim Cartwright
- Ronald Frame
- Sophie Hunter
In 2003 The Oxford Samuel Beckett Theatre Trust was formed to support the showcasing of new innovative theatre and is for a company or individual to create a production to be performed at the Barbican's Pit Theatre in the City of London.
- Arts Council England
- The Oxford Samuel Becket Theatre Trust
- Channel 4 Television
- BBC Drama
- British Council
- Royal Court Theatre
- Royal National Theatre
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- Arrivederci Millwall and Smallholdings by Nick Perry. Faber and Faber, 1987, ISBN 978-0571147748
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- "Author Biography: Anne Devlin". E-Notes. Retrieved 8 August 2012.
- Never in My Lifetime, http://www.chancetheater.com/season_2006/2b_never/#top
- British Council, Writers: Jim Cartwright, http://literature.britishcouncil.org/jim-cartwright
- Debrett’s, Ronald Frame, http://www.debretts.com/people/biographies/browse/f/14217/Ronald%20William%20Sutherland+FRAME.aspx/
- O'Neil, Lorena (5 November 2014). "Meet Sophie Hunter, Benedict Cumberbatch's Impressive Fiancee". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 10 November 2014.