Top award for Theatre Royal's education chief Kate Cross
The head of education at the Theatre Royal has received national recognition for her work at its egg venue.
Kate Cross was presented with an Action for Children's Arts 2012 Members Award at a ceremony in London.
She was honoured for her work for children and young people at the theatre.
Theatre Royal director Danny Moar said: "We are very proud of Kate and delighted that she has received national recognition for her work at the egg theatre.
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"It is testament to the excellent reputation that Bath's theatre for children has achieved under Kate's leadership, and the quality of work presented and created at the egg, both for and by children and young people, from the city and across the region."
Miss Cross first started working at the Theatre Royal in 1998 as a freelance practitioner, becoming head of education in 1999.
Her visionary thinking and enthusiasm for children's theatre was one of the driving forces behind the creation of the egg theatre in a former cinema in October 2005. She is responsible for the artistic programme of the egg, programming and producing plays for a young audience.
The Action for Children's Arts Members' Award is presented to individuals and organisations for the contribution their work makes to enriching children's lives through the arts.
Established in 2010 the annual awards ceremony was created as a way of recognising the unsung heroes of children's arts.
The award was presented by Baroness Floella Benjamin at the ACA's annual celebration of children's arts at the BAFTA head- quarters in London.
Miss Cross was one of 11 people chosen from throughout the UK to be honoured with an award.