Actor Andrew Scott, director Nadia Fall and Emilia playwright Morgan Lloyd Malcolm are among the nominees for this year’s h100 Awards.
Organised by the h Club in London, formerly known as the Hospital Club, the awards celebrate the most innovative people in the creative industries.
Nominees have been announced across 10 categories, including theatre and performance, television broadcast, music, games, film and architecture and design.
Alongside Scott, Fall and Lloyd Malcolm, nominees in theatre and performance include writers of the musical Six Lucy Moss and Toby Marlow, performance designer and The Stage Debut Award-winner Rosie Elnile and lighting designer Prema Mehta.
Composers and sound designers Ben and Max Ringham, Theatr Clwyd artistic director Tamara Harvey and actors James McArdle and Clare Perkins complete the nominations in the theatre category.
In the architecture and design category there are nominations for architect Steve Tompkins, who is director at Haworth Tompkins and topped The Stage 100 2019 list of theatre’s most influential people, and theatre designer Es Devlin.
Actors Vicky McClure, Stephen Graham, Michaela Coel and Lennie James received nominations in the television category.
The nominees were judged according to their achievements in the past 12 months. The judging panel for the theatre category included Society of London Theatre chief executive Julian Bird, Kiln Theatre artistic director Indhu Rubsingham, producer Kate Pakenham and critic Mark Shenton.
The winners will be announced at a ceremony at h Club Studios in London on September 10.