View the complete list of winners Eddie Redmain and Cabaret Big at the 2022 Oliver Awards

The Olivier Awards, the West End’s Best Drama Awards, were presented on April 10 at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Check out the highlights of the festival, including concerts recommended by Olivier. Back to the Future The Musical; Cabaret; Spring awakening; Something Goes; The Drifters Girl; Frozen; Get up! Bob Marley Music; And Moulin Rouge! The Musical; And Best New Drama Winner The life of the bagAbove.

Cabaret He won seven Oliviers, including Eddie Redmine and Jesse Buckley and Best Actor and Actress in Music for the Best Music Renaissance. New play adaptation The life of the bag He was also a major winner with five Oliviers, including Best New Drama. The best new music went Back to the Future The MusicalStage adaptation of the 1985 film.

Oliver became the winner after Redmine won the Tony Award for his performance in 2010. Red. He joins Tony’s co – winners Catherine Juper and Kathleen Marshall’s winner Olivier at the 2022 event.

See below for a full list of brave winners, along with their fellow candidates:

Best Actor in a Supporting Role
Seven actors playing the tiger The life of the bag

Dino Fetcher, for Normal heart
Nathaniel Parker, for Glass and light
Danny Lee Winter, for Normal heart

Best Supporting Actress
Tory Burgess, for Pride and prejudice * (* type)
Liz Carr, for Normal heart

Christina Gordon, for Pride and prejudice * (* type)
For Akia Henry, Macbeth’s tragedy

Best Actress
Lily Allen, for 2:22 A ghost story
For Sheila Adim, Constellations

For Emma Corinne Anna X.
Kush Jumbo, for Homelet

Best Actor
Hiran Abeysekara, for The life of the bag

For Ben Daniels, Normal heart
Omari Douglas, for Constellations
For Charles Edwards, The best of enemies

Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Musical
Gabriel Brooks, for Get up! Bob Marley Music
For Victoria Hamilton-Barit, Cinderella
Carly Mercedes tire, for Something Goes
Lisa Satovy, for Cabaret

Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Musical
Clive Carter, for Moulin Rouge! The Musical
Hugh Coles, for Back to the Future the Musical
Elliott Levy, for Cabaret

Gary Wilmot, for Something Goes

Best Actor in a Musical
For Olly Dobson, Back to the Future the Musical
Arinzé Kene, for Get up! Bob Marley Music
Robert Lindsay, for Something Goes
Eddie Redmine, for Cabaret

Best Actress in a Musical
Jesse Buckley, for Cabaret

Sutton Foster, for Something Goes
Beverly Knight, for The Drifters Girl
Stephanie McKeon, for Frozen

Excellent costume design
John Morel, for Something Goes
Christopher Oram, for Frozen
Tom Scott, for Cabaret
For Catherine Juber, Moulin Rouge! The Musical

Excellent sound design
For Ian Dickinson, 2:22 A ghost story
Caroline Downing, for The life of the bag
Nick Litster, for Cabaret

Gareth Owen, for Back to the Future the Musical

Better original score or new bands
For Bill Elliott, David Chase and Rob Fisher (Orchestrations) Something Goes
Alan Sylvester and Glenn Ballard (score), and Ethan Bob and Brian Crook (orchestrations) Back to the Future the Musical
For Simon Hale (Orchestrations) Get up! Bob Marley Music

To Andrew de McKay (score) The life of the bag

Best Drama Choreographer
Finn Caldwell, for The life of the bag
Julia Cheng, for Cabaret
Kathleen Marshall, for Something Goes

Sonya Tayeh, for Moulin Rouge! The Musical

Excellent set design
Tim Hadley (design) and Nick Barnes and Finn Caldwell (toys), The life of the bag

For Tim Hadley (design) and Finn Ross (video design) Back to the Future the Musical
Derek McLane, for Moulin Rouge! The Musical
Tom Scott, for Cabaret At the Kid Cat Club

Excellent lighting design
Neil Austin, for Frozen
Isabella Byrd, for Cabaret
For Tim Lutkin, Back to the Future the Musical
Tim Lutkin and Andrzej Golding The life of the bag

Best Director
Rebecca Frecknall, for Cabaret

Michael Longhurst, for Constellations
Kathleen Marshall, for Something Goes
For Max Webster, The life of the bag

Excellent entertainment or comedy play
The singer of man

Pondoland

Pride and prejudice * (* type)

The shark broke

Better renaissance
No.

Constellations

Normal heart

Macbeth’s tragedy

The best music renaissance
Something Goes

Cabaret

Spring awakening

Excellent new play
2:22 A ghost story

The best of enemies

Cruise

The life of the bag

Great new music
Back to the Future The Musical

The Drifters Girl

Frozen

Get up! Bob Marley Music

Moulin Rouge! The Musical

Best record at opera
Christine Rice, for her performance 4/4 At the Royal Opera House
takis, for the set and costume design of the English National Opera HMS Pinafor
Peter Whelan and the Irish Baroque Band Bajajset At the Royal Opera House

Best New Opera Product
Bajajset
At the Linbury Theater, the Royal Opera House
Cunning Little Vixen
English National Opera
Jennifer
Royal Opera House

Theodora
Royal Opera House

Excellent record in dance
For Acosta Tansa, De Punta and Cabo in 100% Cuban At Sattlers Wells
Dancers NDT2 Tour At Sattlers Wells
Ariel Smith, for his choreography Jolly nonsense in Reunion By the English National Ballet

Edward Watson, for his acting Tonde project At the Royal Opera House

Best New Dance Production
Draw from the inside
Rambert Dance Company in Sattlers Wells
Editor
Crystal Bite and Jonathan Young / Kid Beat At Sattlers Wells

Cross direction
Dance Umbrella at Sattlers Wells and Sattlers Wells

Excellent performance in the Affiliate Theater
10 nights
At the Bush Theater
People in Hampstead
Theater below
Invisible hand
At the Furnace Theater
Old bridge
At the Bush Theater

The place for us
At the Park Theater

Best family show

Billionaire guy

Dragons and mythical beasts

What the Ladybird asked

The wolf is the witch giant angel

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