Awards announced: 25 January 2011, Dorchester Hotel London

CLASSICAL MUSIC
• As with Voices and with Tears, performed at Portsmouth Cathedral, by Portsmouth Grammar School chamber choir ; London Mozart Players and Andrew Cleary, composed by Tansy Davies
• BBC Philharmonic and Halle Manchester, Joint Mahler season from January – June 2010
• The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, The Mahler Edition

COMEDY
• Alan Partridge ONLINE
• Getting On, BBC 4
• Rev, BBC 2

DANCE
• Akram Khan’s Gnosis, Sadler’s Wells
• Asphodel Meadows, Royal Ballet, Liam Scarlett
• Hofesch Shechter’s Political Mother, Sadlers Wells

FILM
• Another Year
• Monsters
• The Arbor

LITERATURE
• Edmund De Waal, The Hare With The Amber Eyes
• Candia McWilliam, What to Look for in Winter: A Memoir in Blindness
• Barbara Trapido, Sex & Stravinsky

OPERA
• A Dog’s Heart, ENO
• Billy Budd, Glyndebourne
• Die Meistersingers, Welsh National Opera

POP MUSIC
• Plan B, The Defamation of Strickland Banks
• Foals, Total Life Forever
• Tinie Tempah, Disc-Overy

THEATRE
• Clybourne Park, The Royal Court
• Earthquakes in London, National Theatre
• Ruined, Almeida Theatre

TV DRAMA
• Misfits, Series 2, E4
• Sherlock, BBC 1
• This is England ’86, Channel 4

VISUAL ART
• Angela De La Cruz – Lisson Gallery
• Josephine King, Life So Far at Riflemaker
• Tacita Dean, Frith Street Gallery

THE TIMES BREAKTHROUGH AWARD: NOMINEES
• Comedy: Greg Davies
• Classical music: Nicholas Collon
• Dance: Brian Maloney
• Film: Clio Barnard
• Literature: Neel Mukherjee A Life Apart
• Opera: Pumeza Matshikiza
• Pop Music: Everything Everything
• Theatre: Andrew Scott
• TV Drama: Michelle Dockery
• Visual Art: Simon Fujiwara

THE DORCHESTER OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
To be announced on the day