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WINNERS LIST FOR THE 57TH LONDON EVENING STANDARD TEHATRE AWARDS 2011

In a star studded ceremony celebrating the Evening Standard Theatre Awards at the Savoy Hotel in London's West End the award's recipients were:

Best Actor: (Joint) Benedict Cumberbatch - Frankenstein (National's Olivier) and Jonny Lee Miller - Frankenstein (National's Olivier)

The Natasha Richardson Award for Best Actress: Sheridan Smith - Flare Path (Theatre Royal Haymarket)

Best Play:  (Joint) The Heretic By Richard Bean (Royal Court) and One Man, Two Guvnors By Richard Bean (National's Lyttelton)

The Ned Sherrin Award for Best Musical:  Matilda The Musical (RSC Stratford and Cambridge Theatre)

Best Director: Mike Leigh, Grief (National's Cottesloe)

Best Design:  Adam Cork For his sound design of Anna Christie & King Lear (Donmar Warehouse)

The Charles Wintour Award for Most Promising Playwright: Penelope Skinner For The Village Bike (Royal Court)

The Milton Shulman Award for Outstanding Newcomer:  Kyle Soller For his performances in The Glass Menagerie (Young Vic) & Government Inspector (Young Vic) & The Faith Machine (Royal Court)

Editor's Award:  Michael Grandage for making the Donmar Warehouse a star

Beyond Theatre award: Pet Shop Boys and Javier de Frutos For The Most Incredible Thing (Sadler's Wells)

The Lebedev Special Award:  Kristin Scott Thomas For her contribution to theatre

The Moscow Art Theatre's Golden Seagull: Tom Stoppard for his contribution to Russian theatre and the international stage



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