Brett Goldin Bursary Fund

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Brett Goldin Bursary Fund

After the brutal murder of actor Brett Goldin and his friend, fashion designer, Richard Bloom, the Brett Goldin Bursary Fund was founded by the Royal Shakespeare Company in England, Actors' Centre, Johannesburg in Johannesburg and the Baxter Theatre Centre in Cape Town, in honour of his memory. This was kick-started by donations from RSC Associate Artist, Sir Antony Sher and Honorary RSC Associate, Janet Suzman.

Brett Goldin Bursary

The first winner of the Bursary was announced at a function on Monday, 23 April 2007, at Actors' Centre, Johannesburg in Johannesburg. The prize, funded by the RSC Artist Development Programme, consists of transport to and from the UK, accommodation in Stratford with a daily allowance, a return train fare to London, tickets for two London performances at Shakespeare's Globe and the National Theatre, tickets for all the Stratford productions, and free access to other RSC events.

NELM catalogue: Frequency: every second year

Award Winner: Timothy Redpath; Nkosinathi Gaar >Award Category: acting

Judges(s): Nicolette Moses; Thamo Mbongo; Geoffrey Hyland; Lara Foot-Newton; Dorothy Ann Gould

Award Winner Omphile Molusi 2007.

Award Winner: Kate Liquorish; Tony Bonani Miyambo >Award Category: acting Note: Award Year: 2014

Award Winner: Buhle Ngaba; David Viviers >Award Category: acting Note: Award Year: 2016

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