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    Winners announced for 2019 UK Theatre Awards

    The winners have officially been announced for this year's UK Theatre Awards, which took place during a ceremony held in London's Guildhall. The biggest winner of the night was the new Life of Pi play, which took home four awards in total including Best New Play, Best Director (Max Webster), Best Design, and Best Performance in a Play (Hiran Abeysekera). Find out who won at the 2019 UK Theatre Awards below and be sure to catch the West End transfer of Life of Pi next summer with tickets for Life of Pi on sale now!

    🎟️ Book Life of Pi West End tickets from £27. Life of Pi opens on 24 June 2020 at Wyndham's Theatre where it is booking until 4 October 2020.
    Winners announced for 2019 UK Theatre Awards
    Multi-UK Theatre Award-winning play Life of Pi sets sail to London's West End in summer 20201

    2019 UK Theatre Award winners in full

    Best Musical Production
    - Standing At The Sky's Edge directed by Robert Hastie, a Sheffield Theatres production
    Best New Play
    Life of Pi adapted by Lolita Chakrabarti based on the novel by Yann Martel, a Sheffield Theatres Production
    Best Play Revival
    Equus directed by Ned Bennett, an English Touring Theatre and
    Theatre Royal Stratford East production
    Best Show for Children and Young People
    Billionaire Boy The Musical directed by Luke Sheppard, a Nuffield Southampton Theatres production in association with Belgrade Theatre, Coventry
    Best Director
    Max Webster for Life of Pi, a Sheffield Theatres Production
    Achievement in Dance
    Scottish Ballet for the world premiere of Helen Pickett's dance-theatre adaptation of The Crucible
    Achievement in Opera
    Buxton International Festival at Buxton Opera House for the world premiere of Georgiana
    Best Design
    Carolyn Downing, Andrzej Goulding, Finn Caldwell, Nick Barnes, Tim Hatley and Tim Lutkin for Life of Pi, a Sheffield Theatres Production
    Best Performance in a Play
    Hiran Abeysekera for Life of Pi, a Sheffield Theatres Production
    Best Performance in a Musical
    Rebecca Trehearn for Sweet Charity, a Nottingham Playhouse production
    Best Supporting Performance
    Esh Alladi for Hobson's Choice, a Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester production
    UK's Most Welcoming Theatre
    Storyhouse, Chester
    Excellence in Inclusivity
    Mercury Theatre
    Digital Innovation
    Northern Ballet
    Excellence in Arts Education
    - Derby Theatre
    Excellence in Touring
    Pilot Theatre
    Workforce Award
    - Northern Stage

    Nicholas Ephram Ryan Daniels

    Ephram is a jack of all trades and enjoys attending theatre, classical music concerts and the opera.

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