2015

  • DADI Awards, Digital Media Strategy of the Year – The Nutcracker (Commendation)
  • Critics’ Circle National Dance Awards Nomination Outstanding Female Performance – Classical (Eve Mutso for A Streetcar Named Desire)
  • Critics’ Circle National Dance Awards Nomination Outstanding Male Performance – Classical (Erik Cavallari for A Streetcar Named Desire)
Erik Cavallari as the Prince with Sophie Martin as the Sugar Plum Fairy in Peter Darrell’s The Nutcracker.

Christopher Harrison and Sophie Martin in Dance Odysseys (EIF 2013)

2014

  • The Herald Inspiring City - People Make Glasgow 2014, Art & Culture Award (Nominated)

2013

  • South Bank Award for Best Dance Production. (A Streetcar Named Desire)
  • Oliver Award Nomination – Best New Dance Production (A Streetcar Named Desire)
  • Herald Archangel Award – Sustained Brilliance (Dance Odysseys)

2012

  • Critics’ Circle National Dance Awards Nomination – Best Female Dancer (Eve Mutso)
  • Critics’ Circle National Dance Awards, Best Classical Choreography (Annabelle Lopez Ochoa (A Streetcar Named Desire)
Eve Mutso as Blanche DuBois in Nancy Meckler and Annabelle Lopez Ochoa’s A Streetcar Named Desire.

2011

  • HQ at Tramway nominated for Scottish Civic Trust My Place Award, March 2011.
  • Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) – Scottish Ballet headquarters, designed by Malcolm Fraser Architects, shortlisted for Regional Award 2011
  • Herald Archangel Award for Ashley Page's work with Scottish Ballet at the Edinburgh International Festival.
  • Arts and Business Award for New or Returning Sponsor: Scottish Ballet and Brooks Brothers.
  • Arts and Business Award Commendation for Cultural Branding Award: Scottish Ballet and Reid.
  • Critics’ Circle National Dance Award for Outstanding Female Performance (Classical) – Sophie Martin.
  • Critics’ Circle National Dance Awards - De Valois Award for Outstanding Achievement – Ashley Page.

2010

William Forsythe's Workwithinwork
  • Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) - Scottish Ballet headquarters, designed by Malcolm Fraser Architects, shortlisted for Regional Award 2010
  • Scottish Design Awards - Scottish Ballet headquarters, designed by Malcolm Fraser Architects, winner: Public Building 2010
  • Scottish Design Awards - Scottish Ballet headquarters, designed by Malcolm Fraser Architects, winner: Architecture Grand Prix 2010
  • Theatrical Management Association (TMA) - Cindy Sughrue, finalist for TMA Manager of the Year Award 2010.
  • Arts & Business Scotland Awards – Cultural Branding (in partnership with Hamilton & Inches and Adam & Company, Autumn Season 2009). (Received a Commendation)
  • Roses Design Award – Silver Award in the Public Building category.
  • Critics’ Circle National Dance Awards, nomination for Outstanding Company.
  • Theatrical Management Association (TMA) - Nomination for Achievement in Dance category for the Company's sleek and authoritative performance of William Forsythe's Workwithinwork.
  • Glasgow Institute of Architecture Award for Office/Commercial/Industrial/Leisure/Retail Building.

Paul Liburd in Krzysztof Pastor's Romeo and Juliet

2008

  • National Dance Awards, Critics’ Circle Award for Outstanding Repertoire (Classical) London, January 2008, Royal Opera House
  • Arts and Business Scotland Awards nomination for the ‘A&B Scottish New Sponsor Award’ - Artemis Investment Management Ltd and Scottish Ballet

2009

  • MBE for Services to Dance – Paul Liburd
  • Critics’ Circle National Dance Awards, Dance Europe Nomination for Outstanding Company
  • Critics’ Circle National Dance Awards, Dancing Times Winner for Best Male Dancer – Paul Liburd
  • Critics’ Circle National Dance Awards, nomination for Outstanding Female Performance (Classical) - Martina Forioso
  • Golden Twit Award – Business to Consumer

2006

  • OBE for Services to Dance – Ashley Page (August)
  • Arts and Business Awards Nomination for Arts & Brand Identity – Bank Of Scotland and Scottish Ballet (October)
  • Arts and Business Awards Nomination for Arts Engagement by a Small Business – Hamilton & Inches and Scottish Ballet (October)
  • Arts and Business Award for First Time Arts Sponsorship – Hamilton & Inches and Scottish Ballet (October)
  • Arts and Business Award for Arts Chair of the Year – Zoe Van Zwanenberg, Chair of Ydance and Scottish Ballet (October)

2007

  • National Dance Awards, Critics’ Circle Nomination, Company Prize for Outstanding Repertoire (Classical) London, Thursday 25 January 2007, Sadlers Wells
  • Dr Cindy Sughrue, short listed for Emerging Director Award, Director of The Year Awards, Industry of Directors Scotland
  • Arts & Business Scotland Awards nomination for the 'A&B Scotland Young People Award'. (Bank of Scotland and Scottish Ballet)
  • Arts & Business UK Awards 2007 nomination for the 'A&B Sustainability Award' (Bank of Scotland and Scottish Ballet)
  • Glauco di Lieto - Leonide Massine prize for achievement in dance.

2004

  • TMA Award for Outstanding Achievement in Dance
  • Critics’ Circle Awards for Best Male Dancer (Contemporary) – Paul Liburd (January)
  • Critics’ Circle Awards Nomination for Best Male Dancer (Classical) – Jose Perez (January)
  • Critics’ Circle Awards Nomination for Best Repertoire (Classical) (January)

2005

  • Arts and Business Award for Sustained Art Partnership with Bank of Scotland
  • Herald Angels Award – Diana Loosmore and Jarkko Lehmus (for Ashley Page programme, Edinburgh Festival Fringe)
  • Herald Angels Award – Scottish Ballet Dances Balanchine (Edinburgh International Festival)
  • Critics’ Circle National Dance Awards Nomination for Best Repertoire (Classical) (January)
  • Critics’ Circle National Dance Awards Nomination for Richard Sherrington Award for Best Female Dancer – Eve Mutso (January)
  • South Bank Show Awards – Ashley Page nominated in the dance category for his work with Scottish Ballet