WhatsOnStage award-winning shows to watch in Show Time

The WhatsOnStage Awards took place last night and some of London’s latest musicals swept the board with big wins! Disney’s Frozen and Back To The Future – The Musical have both been recognized for their incredible talent on and off stage, alongside some of London’s other hottest productions of the past year. Check out our full list of all the WhatsOnStage award-winning shows you can get tickets to in Show Time with seats from just £10!

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Back to the Future won the coveted Best New Musical award this year, but that’s not all! Hugh Coles won the award for Best Performer in a Male Identification Role in a Musical for his performance as George McFly, and the off-stage team also won with Tim Lutkin winning Best Lighting Design and Gareth Owen winning better sound design.

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Frozen took home the most awards of the night, earning a total of seven wins! The awards recognized the incredible production’s design, music, direction and choreography with wins for Michael Grandage – Best Direction; Stephen Oremus – Best Musical Supervision; Rob Ashford – Best Choreography; Finn Ross – Best Video Design; Bob King Creative – Best Graphic Design and Christopher Oram – Best Set Design and Best Costume Design.

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Carrie Hope Fletcher broke records by winning her fourth WhatsOnStage award this year, winning Best Performer in a Female Identification Role in a Musical for her role as Cinderella in the new production of the classic fairy tale Andrew Lloyd Webber.

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The Queens of Six have won the crown for Best West End Show for the second year in a row! The competition was incredibly close this year, however, with Six winning by 7 votes!

Other winners from the evening that you can still see in London include:

2:22 – A ghost story, which won Best New Play and saw wins for Lily Allen for Best Performer in a Female Identification Role in a Play and Jake Wood for Best Performer in a Male Identification Role in a Play . 2:22 have confirmed their return to the West End this summer with a brand new cast to be announced!

James McAvoy took Best Performer in a Male Identification Role in a Play for the Leading Role in Cyrano de Bergerac, and Jamie Lloyd’s production of the play itself won Best Revival.

Best Musical Revival went to everything is finewho is also returning to the West End this summer and Carly Mercedes Dyer won Best Supporting Actor in a Female Identification Role in a Music Category.

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