Julie's Bicycle reveals shortlist for first Creative Green Awards

Julie's Bicycle reveals shortlist for first Creative Green Awards

Julie’s Bicycle, an environmental campaigning  organisation for the creative industries, has announced the shortlist for the first ever Creative Green Awards.

The awards will celebrate and recognise the commitment to environmentally friendly practices of venues and companies from across the UK’s creative sector.

Running since 2009, Creative Green is a certification designed to enable venues, museums and galleries, festivals and offices to ‘assess their environmental commitment, understanding and improvement’.

The awards ceremony will be hosted by Caroline Lucas, co-leader of the Green Party, MP for Brighton, at Somerset House on 25 April 2017.

Last year, Julie’s Bicycle CEO Alison Tickell (pictured) was honoured for her outstanding work in the sector with the 2016 Music Week Women In Music Campaigner Award. You can read her interview here.

Please see below for the full list of categories and finalists.

Outstanding Achievement
Gate Theatre
Live Theatre
Shambala
Soho Theatre
Young Vic

Highest Achievement for Commitment
Almeida Theatre
Battersea Arts Centre
Bush Theatre
Donmar Warehouse
Lyric Hammersmith
Shambala
Young Vic

Highest Achievement for Understanding
Almeida Theatre
Live Theatre
Lyric Hammersmith
Sadler’s Wells Theatre
Sheffield Trust

Highest Achievement for Improvement
Gate Theatre
Royal Albert Hall
Soho Theatre
Theatre Royal Stratford East
Unicorn Theatre

Best Creative Group
Festival Republic
London Theatre Consortium
Tyne and Wear Archives and Museum
Universal Music
Victoria & Albert Museum

Best Festival
BBC Hyde Park
Latitude
Mysteryland
Shambala  

Best Museum and Gallery
Camden Arts Centre
Somerset House
Museum of Childhood
Victoria & Albert Museum

Best Performing Arts Venue
Gate Theatre
Live Theatre
Soho Theatre
Young Vic Theatre

Best Office
Donmar Warehouse
Jerwood Space
Showsec
Universal Music

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