The Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland
(CATS) were inaugurated in May 2003
, and are adjudicated by a panel of all the regular Scottish theatre critics.
The 2008 ceremony took place at Glasgow's Oran Mor on June 15th during the West End Festival. Dundee Rep won four of the ten awards for Peer Gynt including Best Production.
In 2007 the National Theatre of Scotland (NTS) production of Black Watch, written by Gregory Burke, about the history of the famous Scottish regiment and its notorious deployment at Camp Dogwood in Iraq, won four of the ten awards, including Best Production.
The awards for 2006-2007 were presented at Pitlochry Festival Theatre on June 10th.
Awards for 2007-2008
Awards for 2006-2007
For details of previous awards, other nominees, critics etc, see CATS website