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The Stage Awards 2018: shortlist in full

The Stage Awards 2018 winners will be announced in January The Stage Awards 2018 winners will be announced in January
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Regional theatre of the year

Sponsored by Evolution Productions

  • Birmingham Hippodrome
  • Royal Exchange, Manchester
  • Sherman Theatre, Cardiff

Read the judges’ citation for this category

London theatre of the year

Sponsored by Managed Networks

  • Almeida Theatre
  • Barbican Centre
  • National Theatre

Read the judges’ citation for this category

Fringe theatre of the year

Sponsored by encoreinsure.com

  • Hope Mill Theatre, Manchester
  • Orange Tree Theatre, London
  • Summerhall, Edinburgh

Read the judges’ citation for this category

Theatre building of the year

  • Bridge Theatre, London
  • Bush Theatre, London
  • Storyhouse, Chester

Read the judges’ citation for this category

Producer of the year

Sponsored by PRG XL Video

  • Hull City of Culture
  • Michael Harrison Productions
  • Sadler’s Wells, London

Read the judges’ citation for this category

School of the year

Sponsored by TodayTix

  • 
Royal Exchange Young Company, Manchester
  • Sandringham School, St Albans
  • Scottish Youth Theatre, Glasgow

Read the judges’ citation for this category

International award

Sponsored by Ambassador Theatre Group

  • 1927
  • Cervantes Theatre
  • Imaginate for the Edinburgh International Children’s Festival

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Innovation award

Sponsored by Charcoalblue

  • The Everyman Company, Liverpool
  • National Theatre Open Access Capture pilot scheme
  • Team behind The Believers Are But Brothers

Read the judges’ citation for this category


Sustainability award

Sponsored by GDS

  • Arcola Theatre
  • The Attic
  • The Mill at Sonning

Read the judges’ citation for this category

An Unsung Hero award – sponsored by White Light for which there is no shortlist, will also be announced at the ceremony.

The awards take place at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in London on January 26.

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