‘Book Of Mormon’ and ‘Chimerica’ were both triumphant at the Olivier Awards 2014 on Sunday night, scooping a total of nine prizes between them.
‘Book Of Mormon’ took home four accolades, including the Best New Musical and Best Actor In A Musical prizes, while the Almeida Theatre’s ‘Chimerica’ scooped a whopping five prizes.
Along with the Best Director and Best New Play prizes, ‘Chimerica’ came out on top in the Best Set Design, Best Sound Design and Best Lighting.
Kate Moss made a surprise appearance at the bash, presenting theatre impresario Michael White with a special lifetime achievement award.
See the full list of winners below…
Rory Kinnear - ‘Othello’ (National Theatre, Olivier)
Lesley Manville - ‘Ghosts’ (Almeida Theatre & Trafalgar Studios)
Best Actor in a Supporting Role
Jack Lowden - ‘Ghosts’ (Almeida Theatre & Trafalgar Studios)
Best Actress in a Supporting Role
Sharon D Clarke - ‘The Amen Corner’ (National Theatre)
American Airlines Best New Play
‘Chimerica’ - (Almeida Theatre & Harold Pinter Theatre)
Best New Comedy
‘Jeeves & Wooster’ - (In Perfect Nonsense at the Duke of York’s Theatre)
Lyndsey Turner for ‘Chimerica’ (Almeida Theatre & Harold Pinter Theatre)
Best Actor in a Musical
Gavin Creel - ‘The Book Of Mormon’ (Prince of Wales Theatre)
Best Actress in a Musical
Zrinka Cvitešia - ‘Once’ (Phoenix Theatre)
Best Performance in a Supporting Role in a Musical
Stephen Ashfield - ‘The Book Of Mormon’ (Prince of Wales Theatre)
Mastercard Best New Musical
‘The Book Of Mormon’ (Prince of Wales Theatre)