BWW:UK Awards 2014: MISS SAIGON Sweeps The Board!

Miss Saigon flew into the West End once more this year - and the new production has swept the board at the 2014 BWW:UK Awards.

Eva Noblezada, Kwang-Ho Hong, Jon-Jon Briones and Rachelle Ann Go all picked up prizes for their individual performances - and Carolyn Maitland got Best Understudy for her role as Ellen.

Boublil and Schoenberg's other mega-musical wasn't without its fans, though - Carrie Hope Fletcher took Best Performance in a Long-Running Show.

Urinetown - closing at the Apollo in January - won Best New Musical, with Shakespeare in Love taking Best New Play.

The Crucible won the plaudits for the straight drama categories, with Richard Armitage, Samantha Colley and Adrian Schiller taking the awards. Anna Madeley has to share Best Leading Actress in a Play, though - with Gillian Anderson, recognised for her performance in A Streetcar Named Desire.

FULL RESULTS

Best Choreography in a New Production of a Musical - Bob Avian & Geoffrey Garratt - Miss Saigon

Best Costume Design in a New Production of a Play or Musical - Andreane Neofitou - Miss Saigon

Best Direction of a New Production of a Musical - Laurence Connor - Miss Saigon

Best Direction of a New production of a Play - Yael Farber - The Crucible

Best Featured Actor in a New Production of a Musical - Kwang-Ho Hong - Miss Saigon

Best Featured Actor in a New Production of a Play - Adrian Schiller - The Crucible

Best Featured Actress in a New Production of a Musical - Rachelle Ann Go - Miss Saigon

Best Featured Actress in a New Production of a Play - Samantha Colley - The Crucible

Best Leading Actor in a New Production of a Musical - Jon Jon Briones - Miss Saigon

Best Leading Actor in A New Production of a Play - Richard Armitage - The Crucible

Best Leading Actress in a New Production of a Musical - Eva Noblezada - Miss Saigon

Best Leading Actress in a New Production of a Play - Anna Madeley - The Crucible and Gillian Anderson - A Streetcar Named Desire - The Young Vic

Best Lighting Design in a New Production of a Play or Musical - Charles Balfour - Richard III

Best Long-Running Show in the West End - Les Miserables - Queens Theatre

Best Musical Direction (Fringe or regional) - George Dyer - Dogfight

Best Musical Direction (West End) - Alfonso Casado Trigo - Miss Saigon

Best New Musical in the West End - Urinetown - St James Theatre

Best New Play - Shakespeare In Love

Best New Production of a Musical (Fringe/Regions) - 20th Century Boy - UK tour

Best Performance in a Long-Running West End show - Carrie Hope Fletcher - Les Miserables

Best Scenic Design in a New Production of a Play or Musical - Totie Driver, Matt Kinley & Adrian Vaux - Miss Saigon

Best Sound Design in a New Production of a Play or Musical - Mick Potter - Miss Saigon

Theatrical Event of the Year - West End Live

Theatrical Venue of the Year - Southwark Playhouse

Understudy of the Year in any production of a Play or Musical - Carolyn Maitland - Miss Saigon




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