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The Stage Awards 2017: the winners in full

Jatinder Verma, artistic director of Tara Arts, receives the Sustainability Award at The Stage Awards 2017. Photo: Eliza Power Jatinder Verma, artistic director of Tara Arts, receives the Sustainability Award at The Stage Awards 2017. Photo: Eliza Power
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The winners of The Stage Awards 2017 were announced on January 27 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London. The awards were presented by Alister Cameron and Paul Shelley.

The Stage Awards 2017: the winners in full

Regional theatre of the year 
sponsored by Evolution Productions
Winner: Sheffield Theatres
Also nominated – Bristol Old Vic; Mercury Theatre, Colchester

London theatre of the year sponsored by Managed Networks
Winner: Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre
Also nominated – Menier Chocolate Factory; The Old Vic

Fringe theatre of the year sponsored by encoreinsure.com
Winner: New Diorama Theatre, London
Also nominated – Hope Mill Theatre, Manchester; The Hope, London

Theatre building of the year
 sponsored by Audience Systems
Winner: King’s Cross Theatre, London
Also nominated – Liverpool Royal Court; Tara Theatre, London

Producer of the year 
sponsored by PRG XL Video
Winner: Sonia Friedman Productions
Also nominated – Fiery Angel, Kenny Wax Productions

School of the year 
sponsored by TodayTix
Winner: Musical Theatre Academy, London
Also nominated – Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Cardiff; Urdang Academy, London

International award 
sponsored by Ambassador Theatre Group
Winner: Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures
Also nominated – Big in Belgium season at Edinburgh Festival Fringe; Graeae Theatre Company

Sustainability award 
sponsored by GDS
Winner: Tara Theatre, London
Also nominated – London Theatre Consortium; The Handlebards

Innovation award 
sponsored by Charcoalblue
Winner: Complicite
Also nominated – Les Enfants Terribles and Emma Brunjes Productions; New Diorama Theatre, London

Unsung hero
 sponsored by White Light
Ned Seago

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