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Evening Standard Awards - 2005

 

Evening Standard Theatre Awards for 2005

The winners (in bold) and nominations for The 2005 Evening Standard Theatre Awards where announced at a special presentation held at London's Savoy hotel on 28 November 2005.

Best Play: Brian Friel for The Home Place at The Comedy Theatre
The other nominations were:

Mike Leigh for 2,000 Years at The National Theatre's Cottesloe Theatre

Richard Norton-Taylor for Bloody Sunday at The Tricycle Theatre

Richard Bean for Harvest at The Royal Court Theatre

Best Actor: Simon Russell Beale for The Philanthropist at The Donmar Warehouse
The other nominations were:

Brian Dennehy for Death Of A Salesman at The Lyric Theatre

Derek Jacobi for Don Carlos at The Gielgud Theatre

Best Actress: Harriet Walter for Mary Stuart at The Donmar Warehouse then The Apollo Theatre
The other nominations were:

Eve Best for Hedda Gabler at The Almeida Theatre then The Duke of York's Theatre

Clare Higgins for Death Of A Salesman at The Lyric Theatre

Kristin Scott Thomas for As You Desire Me at The Playhouse Theatre

Best Musical: Billy Elliot at The Victoria Palace Theatre
The other nominations were:

The Big Life at The Apollo Theatre

Mary Poppins at The Prince Edward Theatre

Best Designer: Bob Crowley for Mary Poppins at The Prince Edward Theatre
The other nominations were:

Paul Brown for As You Desire Me at The Playhouse Theatre

Christopher Oram (designer) and Paule Constable (lighting designer) for Don Carlos at The Gielgud Theatre

Milton Shulman Award For Outstanding Newcomer: Menier Chocolate Factory, co-directors David Babani and Danielle Tarento
The other nominations were:

Daniel Kramer for his direction of Hair and Woyzeck at The Gate Theatre

Ben Silverstone for his performance in Man And Boy at The Duchess Theatre

Sydney Edwards Award For Best Director: Michael Grandage for Don Carlos at The Gielgud Theatre and Grand Hotel at The Donmar Warehouse
The other nominations were:

Richard Eyre for Hedda Gabler at The Almeida Theatre then The Duke of York's Theatre and Mary Poppins at The Prince Edward Theatre

Jonathan Kent for As You Desire Me at The Playhouse Theatre

Charles Wintour Award For Most Promising Playwright: Nell Leyshon for Comfort Me With Apples at The Hampstead Theatre
The other nominations were:

Ryan Craig for What We Did to Weinstein at The Menier Chocolate Factory

Simon Mendes da Costa for Losing Louis at The Hampstead Theatre then Trafalgar Studios

The London Evening Standard Special Award: The Royal Court Theatre

The Patricia Rothermere Award/ Scholarship: Penelope Keith/ Hannah Croft



 
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