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    Musical theatre was the main winner at the first annual Off West End Awards 2011, with seven awards going to productions in the genre.


    Best Female Performance: Michelle Terry in Tribes, Royal Court

    Best Male Performance: Danny Webb in Blasted, Lyric Hammersmith

    Best Production: Assassins, Union Theatre

    Best New Musical: Porn – The Musical, Theatre503

    Best Choreographer: Alistair David for Bells are Ringing, Union Theatre

    Best Entertainment: The Animals and Children Took to the Streets, BAC

    Best Producer: Lilli Geissendorfer

    Best Director: Thom Southerland for Me and Juliet, Finborough Theatre

    Best New Play: Tribes by Nina Raine, The Royal Court

    Most Promising New Playwright: Arinze Kene for Estate Walls, Oval House

    Best Artistic Director/Programmer: Neil McPherson, Finborough Theatre

    Best Lighting Design: Howard Hudson for Me and Juliet, Finborough Theatre and Tomorrow Morning, Landor Theatre

    Best Sound Design: Steve Miller for Assassins, Union Theatre

    Best Set Design: Ultz for The Beauty Queen of Leenane, The Young Vic

    Best Costume/Make-up Design: Emily Stuart for Anyone Can Whistle, Jermyn Street Theatre

    Best Marketing Campaign: Ghost Stories, The Lyric Hammersmith

    Panel Award: Chickenshed

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