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Manchester Theatre Awards 2018: the winners in full

Sheridan Smith in Funny Girl, one of the shows available on ATG's new ticket site for students. Photo: Johan Persson Sheridan Smith in Funny Girl. Photo: Johan Persson
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Sheridan Smith and Danny Mac are among the winners of the Manchester Theatre Awards 2018, which were announced at the Lowry in Salford on March 9.

Winners in full

Actress in a leading role
Janet Suzman

Actor in a leading role
Kenneth Alan Taylor
The Father
Oldham Coliseum

Actress in a supporting role
Katie West
Uncle Vanya

Actor in a supporting role

Andrew Sheridan
People, Places and Things

Actress in a visiting production
Sheridan Smith
Funny Girl
Palace Theatre

Actor in a visiting production
Danny Mac
Sunset Boulevard
Palace Theatre

The Suppliant Women
Royal Exchange

Performance in a fringe production
Alexandra Maxwell
The Loves of Others/Freak
Greater Manchester Fringe

Performance in a studio production
Rhodri Meilir
How My Light Is Spent
Royal Exchange

Robert Robson award for dance
English National Ballet double bill
Palace Theatre

Jenny Melville (set) and Lysander Ashton (video)
City of Glass

Fringe production

Hope Mill Theatre

Sunset Boulevard
Palace Theatre

New play
Narcissist in the Mirror
By Rosie Fleeshman
Greater Manchester Fringe

Scott Hunter
Hope Mill Theatre

The Philip Radcliffe award for opera
The Snow Maiden
Opera North
The Lowry

The Father
Oldham Coliseum

Special entertainment
Dick Whittington
Manchester Opera House

Studio production
Man On the Moon

Best visiting production
The Weir
Oldham Coliseum

Youth panel award

Singin’ in the Rain
Royal Northern College of Music Young Company

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