41st Olivier Awards 2017; vip tickets and hospitality


9TH APRIL 2017; The Royal Albert Hall, Knightsbridge, London

The 2017 Olivier Awards will be held at the Royal Albert Hall, marking a departure from the Royal Opera House after five years.;The Olivier Awards were first held at the Cafe Royal in central London in 1976 – then called the Society of West End Theatre Awards – and presented just 12 prizes. Other venues to hold the ceremony since then have included the Grosvenor House Hotel, the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, the Hilton Hotel on Park Lane, the Noel Coward (formerly the Albery) and the Lyceum Theatre. The ceremony has been held at the 2,256-seat ROH since 2012 but could more than double the size of its live audience when it moves to the Royal Albert Hall – which can hold up to 5,223 people – for next year’s event.

We offer a tailor-made experience for the 41st Olivier Awards at Royal Opera House on 9 Apr 2017. Our Concierge team is available 24/7 to provide an exceptional level of service for this event, as well as catering for the finest options in London entertainment, accommodation, close protection and transportation needs. With our unique relationships within the industry, we are able to offer a variety of package options..

Example Packages


VIP Stalls Package Includes:

Walk the red carpet alongside nominees and stars
Champagne reception
Pre ceremony and interval reception including food and drink
Premium seats in the stalls

VIP Box Package Includes:

Walk the red carpet alongside nominees and stars
In box hospitality including champagne reception
4, 8 and 12 Seated Private Boxes

*Please note these are example packages

Latest News 

Harry Potter and the cursed child has set a record at the UK’s most prestigious theatre awards, becoming the most nominated new play in Olivier history.The two-part play, which imagines Harry, Hermione and Ron as adults waving their children off to Hogwarts, received 11 nominations on Monday including best new play;Harry Potter and the Cursed Child has got 11 Olivier Award nominations. That makes it the most nominated new play in Olivier history. The musical Groundhog Day, which begins on Broadway this month, has picked up eight nominations.

 

Nominations 

 

Best actor in a supporting role in a musical

Ian Bartholomew for Half A Sixpence at the Noël Coward Theatre
Adam J Bernard for Dreamgirls at the Savoy Theatre
Ben Hunter for The Girls at the Phoenix Theatre
Andrew Langtree for Groundhog Day at the Old Vic

Best actress in a supporting role in a musical
Haydn Gwynne for The Threepenny Opera at the Olivier, National Theatre
Victoria Hamilton-Barritt for Murder Ballad at the Arts Theatre
Rebecca Trehearn for Show Boat at the New London Theatre
Emma Williams for Half A Sixpence at the Noël Coward Theatre

Outstanding achievement in music
Dreamgirls at Savoy Theatre (music by Henry Krieger)
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child at Palace Theatre (composer and arranger Imogen Heap)
Jesus Christ Superstar at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre (the band and company creating the gig-like rock vibe of the original concept album of Jesus Christ Superstar)
School of Rock the Musical at the New London Theatre (three children's bands who play instruments live every night)

Best new dance production
Betroffenheit by Crystal Pite and Jonathon Young at Sadler’s Wells
Blak Whyte Gray by Boy Blue Entertainment at Barbican Theatre
Giselle by Akram Khan and English National Ballet at Sadler’s Wells
My Mother, My Dog and Clowns! by Michael Clark at Barbican Theatre

Outstanding achievement in dance
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater for its London season at Sadler’s Wells
Luke Ahmet for The Creation by Rambert at Sadler’s Wells
English National Ballet for expanding the variety of its repertoire with Giselle and She Said at Sadler’s Wells

Best entertainment and family
Cinderella at London Palladium
David Baddiel – My Family: Not The Sitcom at the Vaudeville Theatre
Peter Pan at the Olivier, National Theatre
The Red Shoes at Sadler’s Wells

Best theatre choreographer
Matthew Bourne for The Red Shoes at Sadler’s Wells
Peter Darling and Ellen Kane for Groundhog Day at the Old Vic
Steven Hoggett for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child at the Palace Theatre
Drew McOnie for Jesus Christ Superstar at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

Best musical revival
Funny Girl at the Savoy Theatre
Jesus Christ Superstar at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre
Show Boat at the New London Theatre
Sunset Boulevard at London Coliseum

Best actor in a musical
David Fynn for School of Rock the Musical at the New London Theatre
Tyrone Huntley for Jesus Christ Superstar at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre
Andy Karl for Groundhog Day at the Old Vic
Charlie Stemp for Half A Sixpence at the Noël Coward Theatre

Best actress in a musical
Glenn Close for Sunset Boulevard at London Coliseum
Debbie Chazen, Sophie-Louise Dann, Michele Dotrice, Claire Machin, Claire Moore and Joanna Riding for The Girls at the Phoenix Theatre
Amber Riley for Dreamgirls at the Savoy Theatre
Sheridan Smith for Funny Girl at the Savoy Theatre

Best revival
The Glass Menagerie at the Duke of York’s Theatre
This House at the Garrick Theatre
Travesties at the Apollo Theatre
Yerma at the Young Vic

Best new comedy
The Comedy About a Bank Robbery at the Criterion Theatre
Nice Fish at the Harold Pinter Theatre
Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour at the Dorfman, National Theatre
The Truth at Wyndham’s Theatre

Outstanding achievement in an affiliate theatre
Cuttin’ It at the Maria, Young Vic
The Government Inspector at Theatre Royal Stratford East
The Invisible Hand at Tricycle Theatre
It Is Easy To Be Dead at Trafalgar Studios 2
Rotterdam at Trafalgar Studios 2

Best lighting design
Neil Austin for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child at the Palace Theatre
Lee Curran for Jesus Christ Superstar at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre
Natasha Katz for The Glass Menagerie at the Duke of York’s Theatre
Hugh Vanstone for Groundhog Day at the Old Vic

Best sound design
Paul Arditti for Amadeus at the Olivier, National Theatre
Adam Cork for Travesties at the Apollo Theatre
Gareth Fry for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child at the Palace Theatre
Nick Lidster for Autograph for Jesus Christ Superstar at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

Best costume design
Gregg Barnes for Dreamgirls at the Savoy Theatre
Hugh Durrant for Cinderella at London Palladium
Rob Howell for Groundhog Day at the Old Vic
Katrina Lindsay for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child at the Palace Theatre

Best set design
Bob Crowley for Disney’s Aladdin at the Prince Edward Theatre
Bob Crowley for The Glass Menagerie at the Duke of York’s Theatre
Rob Howell for Groundhog Day at the Old Vic
Christine Jones for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child at the Palace Theatre

Best actor in a supporting role
Anthony Boyle for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child at the Palace Theatre
Freddie Fox for Travesties at the Apollo Theatre
Brian J. Smith for The Glass Menagerie at the Duke of York’s Theatre
Rafe Spall for Hedda Gabler at the Lyttelton, National Theatre

Best actress in a supporting role
Melissa Allan, Caroline Deyga, Kirsty Findlay, Karen Fishwick, Kirsty MacLaren, Frances Mayli McCann, Joanne McGuinness and Dawn Sievewright for Our Ladies Of Perpetual Succour at the Dorfman, National Theatre
Noma Dumezweni for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child at the Palace Theatre
Clare Foster for Travesties at the Apollo Theatre
Kate O’Flynn for The Glass Menagerie at the Duke of York’s Theatre

Best new opera production
4.48 Psychosis at the Lyric Hammersmith
Akhnaten at London Coliseum
Così Fan Tutte at Royal Opera House
Lulu at London Coliseum

Outstanding achievement in opera
Renée Fleming for her performance in Der Rosenkavalier at the Royal Opera House
Stuart Skelton for his performance in Tristan and Isolde at London Coliseum
Mark Wigglesworth for his conducting of Don Giovanni and Lulu at London Coliseum

Best actor
Ed Harris for Buried Child at Trafalgar Studios 1
Tom Hollander for Travesties at the Apollo Theatre
Ian McKellen for No Man’s Land at Wyndham’s Theatre
Jamie Parker for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child at the Palace Theatre

Best actress
Glenda Jackson for King Lear at The Old Vic
Cherry Jones for The Glass Menagerie at the Duke of York’s Theatre
Billie Piper for Yerma at the Young Vic
Ruth Wilson for Hedda Gabler at the Lyttelton, National Theatre

Best director
Simon Stone for Yerma at the Young Vic
John Tiffany for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child at the Palace Theatre
John Tiffany for The Glass Menagerie at the Duke of York’s Theatre
Matthew Warchus for Groundhog Day at the Old Vic

Best new play
Elegy at Donmar Warehouse
The Flick at the Dorfman, National Theatre
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child at the Palace Theatre
One Night In Miami… at Donmar Warehouse

Best new musical
Dreamgirls at the Savoy Theatre
The Girls at the Phoenix Theatre
Groundhog Day at the Old Vic
School of Rock the Musical at the New London Theatre


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