2011 BWW UK Award Winners Announced! ROCK OF AGES, GHOST, WIZARD and PHANTOM All Win!

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2011 BWW UK Award Winners Announced! ROCK OF AGES, GHOST, WIZARD and PHANTOM All Win!

BroadwayWorld UK is very excited to announce the eagerly-anticipated results of their record-setting 2011 BWW UK Awards, known the world over as the largest, fully open, ticket buyer driven awards program of their kind. 

The 2011 awards, featuring several highly competitive categories shattered the site's previous records, with tens of thousands of West End fans, aficionados and professionals having their say about the very best of theatre on the West End and beyond...including a nail-biting, game-changing nearly 5,000 votes on the last day alone.

After an intense auditing process and with no further ado - congratulations to all the 2011 Winners!

Best Choreography - Arlene PhillipsThe Wizard Of Oz 

Best Costume Design - Tim HatleyShrek 

Best Direction of a Musical - Matthew WarchusGhost 

Best Direction of a Play - Josie RourkeMuch Ado About Nothing 

Best Featured Actor in a Musical - Michael CrawfordThe Wizard of Oz 

Best Featured Actor in a Play - Tom Bateman - Much Ado About Nothing 

Best Featured Actress in a Musical - Jodie JacobsRock of Ages 

Best Featured Actress in a Play - Sheridan SmithFlare Path 

Best Fringe or Regional Musical - Matthew Warchus, Tim MinchinMatilda 

Best Fringe or Regional Play - RSC - The Merchant of Venice 

Best Leading Actor in a Musical - Richard FleeshmanGhost 

Best Leading Actor in A Play - David TennantMuch Ado About Nothing 

Best Leading Actress in a Musical - Danielle HopeThe Wizard of Oz 

Best Leading Actress in a Play - Catherine TateMuch Ado About Nothing 

Best Lighting Design - Hugh VanstoneGhost the Musical 

Best Long Running West End Show - The Phantom of the Opera

Best Musical (TIE!) - The Wizard of Oz and Rock of Ages

Best Orchestrations - David CullenThe Wizard of Oz 

Best Play - Josie RourkeMuch Ado About Nothing 

Best Revival of a Musical - South Pacific

Best Revival of a Play - Wyndham's - Much Ado About Nothing 

Best Scenic Design - Robert JonesMuch Ado About Nothing 

Best Sound Design - Bobby AitkenGhost the Musical 

Theatrical Event of the Year - Phantom 25

Theatrical Venue of the Year - Royal Albert Hall

Understudy of the Year - Scott GarnhamLes Misérables

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