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Olivier Winners 2016

Best Revival

Winner: Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom at National Theatre, Lyttelton

Nominees:

  • Hamlet at Barbican Theatre
  • Les Liaisons Dangereuses at Donmar Warehouse
  • The Winter’s Tale at Garrick Theatre

Best New Comedy

Winner: Nell Gwynn at Apollo Theatre

Nominees:

  • A Christmas Carol at Noël Coward Theatre
  • Hand To God at Vaudeville Theatre
  • Peter Pan Goes Wrong at Apollo Theatre

Outstanding Achievement in an Affiliate Theatre

Winner: Pat Kinevane and Fishamble for Silent at Soho Theatre

Nominees:

  • Barbarians at The Clare, Young Vic
  • Phil Dunster for his role in Pink Mist at Bush Theatre
  • Violence And Son at the Jerwood Theatre Upstairs at the Royal Court

White Light Award for Best Lighting Design

Winner: Mark Henderson for Gypsy at Savoy Theatre

Nominees:

  • Neil Austin for The Winter’s Tale at Garrick Theatre
  • Natasha Chivers for Oresteia at Almeida Theatre
  • James Farncombe for People, Places And Things at National Theatre, Dorfman

Best Sound Design

Winner: Tom Gibbons for People, Places And Things at National Theatre, Dorfman

Nominees:

  • George Dennis for The Homecoming at Trafalgar Studios 1
  • Christopher Shutt for The Father at Wyndham’s Theatre
  • Christopher Shutt for Hamlet at Barbican Theatre

Best Costume Design

Winner: Gregg Barnes for Kinky Boots at Adelphi Theatre

Nominees:

  • Hugh Durrant for Nell Gwynn at Apollo Theatre
  • Jonathan Fensom for Farinelli And The King at Duke of York’s Theatre
  • Katrina Lindsay for Bend It Like Beckham at Phoenix Theatre

Blue-I Theatre Technology Award for Best Set Design

Winner: Anna Fleischle for Hangmen at Jerwood Theatre Downstairs at the Royal Court and Wyndham’s Theatre

Nominees:

  • Jonathan Fensom for Farinelli And The King at Duke of York’s Theatre
  • Es Devlin for Hamlet at Barbican Theatre
  • Hildegard Bechtler for Oresteia at Almeida Theatre

Best Actor in a Supporting Role

Winner: Mark Gatiss for Three Days In The Country at National Theatre, Lyttelton

Nominees:

  • Michael Pennington for The Winter’s Tale at Garrick Theatre
  • Tom Sturridge for American Buffalo at Wyndham’s Theatre
  • David Suchet for The Importance Of Being Earnest at Vaudeville Theatre

Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Winner: Judi Dench for The Winter’s Tale at Garrick Theatre

Nominees:

  • Michele Dotrice for Nell Gwynn at Apollo Theatre
  • Melody Grove for Farinelli And The King at Duke of York’s Theatre
  • Catherine Steadman for Oppenheimer at Vaudeville Theatre

Best New Opera Production

Winner: Cavalleria Rusticana/Pagliacci at Royal Opera House

Nominees:

  • The Force Of Destiny at London Coliseum
  • Morgen Und Abend at Royal Opera House

Outstanding Achievement in Opera

Winner: English National Opera Chorus and Orchestra at London Coliseum. For the Force Of Destiny, Lady Macbeth Of Mtsensk and The Queen Of Spades

Nominees:

  • Felicity Palmer at London Coliseum. For The Queen Of Spades.
  • Antonio Pappano at Royal Opera House. For his conducting of Cavalleria Rusticana/Pagliacci, Guillaume Tell and Król Roger.
  • Tamara Wilson at London Coliseum. For The Force Of Destiny.

Virgin Atlantic Best New Play

Winner: Hangmen at Jerwood Theatre Downstairs at the Royal Court and Wyndham’s Theatre

Nominees:

  • Farinelli And The King at Duke of York’s Theatre
  • The Father at Wyndham’s Theatre
  • People, Places And Things at National Theatre, Dorfman

Best Actor

Winner: Kenneth Cranham for The Father at Wyndham’s Theatre

Nominees:

  • Benedict Cumberbatch for Hamlet at Barbican Theatre
  • Adrian Lester for Red Velvet at Garrick Theatre
  • Mark Rylance for Farinelli And The King at Duke of York’s Theatre
  • Kenneth Branagh for The Winter’s Tale at Garrick Theatre

Best Actress

Winner: Denise Gough for People, Places And Things at National Theatre, Dorfman

Nominees:

  • Gemma Arterton for Nell Gwynn at Apollo Theatre
  • Nicole Kidman for Photograph 51 at Noël Coward Theatre
  • Janet McTeer for Les Liaisons Dangereuses at Donmar Warehouse
  • Lia Williams for Oresteia at Almeida Theatre

Best New Dance Production

Winner: Woolf Works by Wayne McGregor at Royal Opera House

Nominees:

  • He Who Falls (Celui Qui Tombe) by Compagnie Yoann Bourgeois at Barbican Theatre
  • Romeo Et Juliette by Jean-Christopher Maillot with Les Ballets de Monte Carlo at London Coliseum

Outstanding Achievement in Dance

Winner: Alessandra Ferri for her performances in Chéri and Woolf Works at Royal Opera House

Nominees:

  • Javier De Frutos for his choreography of Anatomy Of A Passing Cloud at Linbury Studio Theatre, Royal Opera House
  • Sasha Waltz for her choreography of Sacre at Sadler’s Wells

Best Entertainment & Family

Winner: Showstopper! The Improvised Musical at Apollo Theatre

Nominees:

  • Alice’s Adventures Underground at The Vaults
  • Dr. Seuss’s The Lorax at The Old Vic
  • I Want My Hat Back at National Theatre, Temporary Theatre
  • Peter Pan at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

Best Theatre Choreographer

Winner: Drew McOnie for In The Heights at King’s Cross Theatre

Nominees:

  • Carlos Acosta and Andrew Wright for Guys And Dolls at Savoy Theatre
  • Stephen Mear for Gypsy at Savoy Theatre
  • Jerry Mitchell for Kinky Boots at Adelphi Theatre

Best Director

Winner: Robert Icke for Oresteia at Almeida Theatre

Nominees:

  • Rob Ashford and Kenneth Branagh for The Winter’s Tale at Garrick Theatre
  • Matthew Dunster for Hangmen at Jerwood Theatre Downstairs at Royal Court and Wyndham’s Theatre
  • Jonathan Kent for Gypsy at Savoy Theatre

Autograph Sound Award for Outstanding Achievement in Music

Winner: In The Heights at King’s Cross Theatre. Music and Lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda, Orchestrated & Arranged by Alex Lacamoire & Bill Sherman

Nominees:

  • Bend It Like Beckham at Phoenix Theatre. Music by Howard Goodall, Lyrics by Charles Hart and Orchestrations by Howard Goodall and Kuljit Bhamra
  • Farinelli And The King at Duke of York’s Theatre. Claire van Kampen for Musical Arrangements, the Musicians and Iestyn Davies and the Singers who alternated the singing role of Farinelli
  • Kinky Boots at Adelphi Theatre. Music and Lyrics by Cyndi Lauper, Music Supervision, Arrangements and Orchestrations by Stephen Oremus

Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Musical

Winner: David Bedella for In The Heights at King’s Cross Theatre

Nominees:

  • Dan Burton for Gypsy at Savoy Theatre
  • Peter Davison for Gypsy at Savoy Theatre
  • Gavin Spokes for Guys And Dolls at Savoy Theatre

Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Musical

Winner: Lara Pulver for Gypsy at Savoy Theatre

Nominees:

  • Preeya Kalidas for Bend It Like Beckham at Phoenix Theatre
  • Amy Lennox for Kinky Boots at Adelphi Theatre
  • Emma Williams for Mrs Henderson Presents at Noël Coward Theatre

Best Musical Revival

Winner: Gypsy at Savoy Theatre

Nominees:

  • Bugsy Malone at Lyric Hammersmith
  • Guys And Dolls at Savoy Theatre
  • Seven Brides For Seven Brothers at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

Best Actor in a Musical

Winner: Matt Henry for Kinky Boots at Adelphi Theatre

Nominees:

  • Ian Bartholomew for Mrs Henderson Presents at Noël Coward Theatre
  • Killian Donnelly for Kinky Boots at Adelphi Theatre
  • David Haig for Guys And Dolls at Savoy Theatre
  • Jamie Parker for Guys And Dolls at Savoy Theatre

Best Actress in a Musical

Winner: Imelda Staunton for Gypsy at Savoy Theatre

Nominees:

  • Tracie Bennett for Mrs Henderson Presents at Noël Coward Theatre
  • Natalie Dew for Bend It Like Beckham at Phoenix Theatre
  • Laura Pitt-Pulford for Seven Brides For Seven Brothers at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre
  • Sophie Thompson for Guys And Dolls at Savoy Theatre

MasterCard Best New Musical

Winner: Kinky Boots at Adelphi Theatre

Nominees:

  • Bend It Like Beckham at Phoenix Theatre
  • In The Heights at King’s Cross Theatre
  • Mrs Henderson Presents at Noël Coward Theatre

Magic Radio Audience Award

Winner: The Phantom Of The Opera at Her Majesty’s Theatre

Nominees:

  • Matilda The Musical at Cambridge Theatre
  • Jersey Boys at Piccadilly Theatre
  • Les Misérables at Queen’s Theatre

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We are now cancelling all performances up until and including 31 May 2020 to help us process existing bookings whilst we wait for further clarity from the government in terms of when we will be able to reopen.

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There is nothing that you need to do if your performance has been cancelled, but we do ask for your patience.

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