Tim Minchin, Jenny Sealey, Sheridan Smith and More Named in h.Club 100's Top 10 Theatre Category
Time Out London and The Hospital Club are delighted to announce the final 100 in the h.Club100 and the Top 10 for the theatre category.
The h.Club100 is a list compiled by national search and public vote which champions and celebrates all those individuals who have brought the most influence, innovation and inspiration to the British Creative and Media industries in the past 12 months.
From a long list of nominations submitted by industry experts, the following individuals have been shortlisted by three industry judges in the theatre category:
- Tim Minchin, Entertainer
- Richard Marsh, Playwright
- Jenny Sealey, Joint Artistic Director, Grease
- Trevor White, Actor
- Blanche McIntyre, Director
- Mark Ball, Artistic Director of LIFT
- Neil McPherson, Artistic Director, Finborough
- Sheridan Smith, Actor
- James Cordon, Actor
- Felix Barrett, Founder and Creative Director of Punchdrunk
The full list of categories comprises Digital & Gaming, Art & Design, Advertising, PR & Marketing, Fashion & Style, Film, Music, Performance (Opera, Dance, Comedy & Cabaret), Theatre, Publishing & Writing, and TV.
The final 100 were formally announced at an event on Monday 12 November at the Hospital Club, which many of the Top 10 and nominees attended.
Guy Chapman, MD of Target Live, sponsors of the THEATRE category, said,
"Given that Target Live is so associated with both the development of new talent and with working with some of the most creative people in the arts, we are proud to be supporting The Hospital Club in its re-launch of hClub100. Awards in theatre are too often just given to the old guard on the basis of their reputations, or to perceived new talent that are yet to prove themselves, so it is both refreshing and exciting to have an award that disregards age and rather acknowledges recent creative excellence."
The Hospital Club is delighted to welcome Time Out as Media Partner for the hClub100 in 2012, whose innovation, creativity and diversification ties in perfectly with the ethos of the campaign.