Trafalgar Entertainment Awards and Accolades: Group and Subsidiary

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Trafalgar Entertainment

Olivier Awards

Best Actress (The Picture of Dorian Gray) 2024

Best Costume Design (The Picture of Dorian Gray) 2024

Best Theatre Choreographer (Anything Goes) 2022

Best Costume Design (The King and I) 2019

What’s on Stage Awards
Best Musical Revival (Anything Goes) 2022

Best Supporting Performer in a Female Identifying Role in a Musical (Carly Mercedes Dyer for Anything Goes) 2022

The Stage 25 2022
Daniel Brodie and Matt Parritt

London Prestige Awards
Best Entertainment Company (Trafalgar Studios) 2019

Screen Awards
Trafalgar Releasing (Event Cinema Campaign of the Year for The King and I from the London Palladium) 2018

Black British Theatre Awards
Best Male Actor in a Play (Arinze Kene for Misty)

Black British Theatre Awards
Best Choreographer (Shelley Maxwell for Equus)

UK Theatre Awards
Best Play Revival (Equus)

The Knight of Illumination Awards
ABD Award for Plays (Equus)

Canadian Franchise Association Awards
Franchisee’s Choice Designation (Stagecoach Performing Arts)

Music and Drama Education Awards 2020
Excellence in Musical Theatre (Nomination for Stagecoach and Disney for Behind the Magic)

Best Franchise Awards 2019
Continuous Improvement Award (Stagecoach Performing Arts)

Elite Franchise Top 100
Number 10 ranking (Stagecoach Performing Arts)

Sir Howard Panter and Dame Rosemary Squire Awards and Accolades

Rosemary Squire becomes the first democratically elected President of the Society of London Theatre (SOLT) and became the second only female President in the organisation’s 100-year history.

Rosemary Squire won the prestigious CBI Real Business First Women Award for Tourism and Leisure.

Howard Panter & Rosemary Squire shortlisted as Regional Finalists in the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award.

Rosemary Squire appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) for Services to Theatre.

Rosemary Squire appears at number 16 on the inaugural BBC Radio 4 Woman’s Hour Power List, which is intended to serve as a snapshot of the 100 most powerful British women, or women operating in the UK today.

Howard Panter receives a Knighthood in The Queen’s Birthday Honours List for services to theatre.

Rosemary Squire is named the only Master Entrepreneur for the London & South Region at EY’s Entrepreneur of the Year 2014 Awards.

Rosemary Squire is named the UK Overall Winner at the UK Finals of the EY Entrepreneur of the Year and is the first woman to ever win the top UK award.

Rosemary Squire becomes the first woman ever to represent the UK at the EY World Entrepreneur Awards in Monaco, one of only 6 women world finalists in a field of 60 overall, and shortlisted to the final 10.

Howard Panter and Rosemary Squire are named Number One in The Stage 100 for seven consecutive years. This run makes Panter and Squire the most successful entrants ever on the list which is compiled annually by the UK industry’s leading newspaper, ranking the powerhouses of British theatre.

Rosemary Squire is named Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire in The Queen’s New Year Honours list for services to Theatre and Philanthropy.

Both long-serving members of the local Woking community, Howard Panter and Rosemary Squire are bestowed the Honorary Freedom of the Borough by Woking Borough Council.

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Rosemary Squire

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Howard Panter and Rosemary Squire

Howard and Rosemary are awarded the Freedom of the City of London in recognition of their contribution to theatre and the cultural life of London.