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 Post subject: South Bank Show Awards - 2004
PostPosted: Mon Jan 26, 2004 5:54 am 
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<small>Dana Fouras and Russell Maliphant</small>

Russell Maliphant has won the South Bank Show Award 2004 for Dance, presented by Tamara Rojo

Here are the full nominations for dance:

• George Piper Dances for Mesmerics, Critics' Choice ***** and Broken Fall performed in 2003
• Jonathan Burrows - Both Sitting Duet and Singing - performed in 2003
• Russell Maliphant - One Part 11, Two Times Three and Choice - performed in 2003

As you can see it was a great night for ex-RB dancers - covering all four (GPDx2) of those nominated. It is an extraordinary achievement for Maliphant to be involved in two nominations. He deserves to be even better known in the UK - he has been feted on the Continent for many years.

BBC News has more information details

South Bank winners:

Best theatre - Democracy
Best artist - Chris Ofili
Best dance - Russell Maliphant
Best comedy - Eddie Izzard
Outstanding achievement - Dame Helen Mirren

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<small>[ 26 January 2004, 06:57 AM: Message edited by: Stuart Sweeney ]</small>


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