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Olivier nomination success for ATG and SFP

Posted: 11 March 2015
Olivier nomination success for ATG and SFP

Approved by ATG's PR & Communications Officer, David Bradbury

The nominations for the Olivier Awards 2015 with MasterCard were announced this week and it's great news for ATG and SFP with a total of 23 nominations.

 

ATG nominations are:

Best Actor
James McAvoy for The Ruling Class

Best Actress in a Musical
Tamsin Greig for Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown

Best Supporting Actress in a Musical
Haydn Gwynne for Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown
Samantha Bond for Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

Best Theatre Choreographer
Jerry Mitchell for Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

This Morning Audience Award
Jersey Boys

 

SFP nominations are:

Best Actor
Tim Pigott-Smith for King Charles III

Best Actress
Kristin Scott Thomas for Electra

Best Actor in a Musical
John Dagleish for Sunny Afternoon

Best New Play
King Charles III
The Nether

Best New Comedy
Shakespeare in Love

Best New Musical
Sunny Afternoon

Best Set Design
Es Devlin for The Nether

Best Lighting Design
Jon Clark for King Charles III

Best Sound Design
Matt McKenzie for Sunny Afternoon

Best Director
Rupert Goold for King Charles III

Outstanding Achievement in Music
Ray Davies for Sunny Afternoon

Best Actor in a Supporting Role
David Calder for The Nether
Richard Goulding for King Charles III

Best Actress in a Supporting Role
The Girls playing ‘Iris’ for The Nether
Lydia Wilson for King Charles III

Best Actor in a Supporting Role In A Musical
George Maguire for Sunny Afternoon

Monday’s nominations event was presented by internationally acclaimed actors Lesley Manville and James McAvoy at Rosewood London.

Lesley Manville, winner of the Olivier Award for Best Actress in 2014 for her searing performance in Ghosts, and multiple Olivier Award nominated James McAvoy, currently wowing audiences in The Ruling Class at the Trafalgar Studios, were joined by some of London’s leading stage personalities and industry figures to celebrate the achievements of London theatre in 2014/15.

The Olivier Awards with MasterCard are the UK’s most prestigious stage honours and the star-studded ceremony will take place on Sunday 12 April at the Royal Opera House with a full television highlights package broadcast on ITV later that evening.

To keep up to date with the latest Olivier Awards news, you can use and follow the official hashtag #oliviers on Twitter (@OlivierAwards), Instagram (@OlivierAwards) and Facebook (facebook.com/olivierawards).

 

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