Eddie Redmayne and Cabaret win big at 2022 Olivier Awards; See the complete list of winners

The Olivier Awards, West End’s greatest theatrical honor, were presented at London’s Royal Albert Hall on 10 April. See highlights from the ceremony, including performances from Olivier-nominated musicals Back to the future The musical; Cabaret; Spring Awakening; Everything is allowed; Drifters girl; Frozen; Get up, get up! Bob Marley Musical; and Moulin Rouge! The Musical; and winner of best new games Pi’s Livabove.

Cabaret came out on top and won seven Oliviers, including Best Actress and Actress in a Musical for Eddie Redmayne and Jessie Buckley, and Best Musical Revival. The new acting of Pi’s Liv was also a big winner and received five Oliviers, including Best New Play. Best new musical went to Back to the future The musicalthe staging of the 1985 film.

Redmayne becomes an Olivier winner after taking home a Tony Award in 2010 for his performance in Red. He joins other Tony winners Catherine Zuber and Kathleen Marshall, who will win Oliviers at the 2022 ceremony.

See the full list of winners in bold, in addition to their co-nominees, below:

Best Actor in a Supporting Role
Seven actors playing the tiger, too Pi’s Liv

Dino Fetscher, for The normal heart
Nathaniel Parker, for The Mirror and the Light
Danny Lee Wynter, for The normal heart

Best Actress in a Supporting Role
Tori Burgess, for Pride and Prejudice * (* Sorts)
Liz Carr, for The normal heart

Christina Gordon, for Pride and Prejudice * (* Sorts)
Akiya Henry, for The tragedy of Macbeth

Best Actress
Lily Allen, for 2:22 A ghost story
Sheila Atim, for Constellations

Emma Corrin, for Anna X
Cush Jumbo, for Hamlet

Best Actor
Hiran Abeysekera, for Pi’s Liv

Ben Daniels, for The normal heart
Omari Douglas, for Constellations
Charles Edwards, for Best enemies

Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Musical
Gabrielle Brooks, for Get up, get up! Bob Marley Musical
Victoria Hamilton-Barritt, for Cinderella
Carly Mercedes Dyer, for Everything is allowed
Liza Sadovy, for Cabaret

Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Musical
Clive Carter, for Moulin Rouge! The Musical
Hugh Coles, for The musical back to the future
Elliot Levey, for Cabaret

Gary Wilmot, for Everything is allowed

Best Actor in a Musical
Olly Dobson, for The musical back to the future
Arinzé Kene, for Get up, get up! Bob Marley Musical
Robert Lindsay, for Everything is allowed
Eddie Redmayne, for Cabaret

Best Actress in a Musical
Jessie Buckley, for Cabaret

Sutton Foster, for Everything is allowed
Beverley Knight, for Drifters girl
Stephanie McKeon, for Frozen

Best costume design
Jon Morrell, for Everything is allowed
Christopher Oram, for Frozen
Tom Scutt, for Cabaret
Catherine Zuber, for Moulin Rouge! The Musical

Best sound design
Ian Dickinson, for 2:22 A ghost story
Carolyn Downing, for Pi’s Liv
Nick Lidster, for Cabaret

Gareth Owen, for The musical back to the future

Best original score or new orchestras
Bill Elliott, David Chase and Rob Fisher (Orchestrations), for Everything is allowed
Alan Silvestri and Glen Ballard (Score), and Ethan Popp and Bryan Crook (Orchestrations) for The musical back to the future
Simon Hale (Orchestrations), for Get up, get up! Bob Marley Musical

Andrew T Mackay (Score), for Pi’s Liv

Best theater choreographer
Find Caldwell, for Pi’s Liv
Julia Cheng, for Cabaret
Kathleen Marshall, for Everything is allowed

Sonya Tayeh, for Moulin Rouge! The Musical

Best Scenography
Tim Hatley (Design) and Nick Barnes and Finn Caldwell (Puppets), for Pi’s Liv

Tim Hatley (Design) and Finn Ross (Video Design), for The musical back to the future
Derek McLane, for Moulin Rouge! The Musical
Tom Scutt, for Cabaret at Kit Kat Club

Best lighting design
Neil Austin, for Frozen
Isabella Byrd, for Cabaret
Tim Lutkin, for The musical back to the future
Tim Lutkin and Andrzej Goulding, for Pi’s Liv

Best instructor
Rebecca Frecknall, for Cabaret

Michael Longhurst, for Constellations
Kathleen Marshall, for Everything is allowed
Max Webster, for Pi’s Liv

Best entertainment or comedy games
Mandens Kor

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Pride and Prejudice * (* Sorts)

The shark is broken

Best Revival
A number

Constellations

The normal heart

The tragedy of Macbeth

Best musical revival
Everything is allowed

Cabaret

Spring Awakening

Best new plays
2:22 A ghost story

Best enemies

Cruise

Pi’s Liv

Best new musical
Back to the future The musical

Drifters girl

Frozen

Get up, get up! Bob Marley Musical

Moulin Rouge! The Musical

Outstanding performance in opera
Christine Rice, for her performance in 4/4 and the Royal Opera House
takis, for scenography and costume design by English National Opera’s HMS Pinafore
Peter Whelan and the Irish Baroque Orchestra, Bajazet and the Royal Opera House

Best new opera production
Bajazet
at the Linbury Theater, Royal Opera House
The cunning little vixen
English National Opera
Geneva
Royal Opera House

Theodora
Royal Opera House

Outstanding performance in dance
Acosta Dance, for From end to end on 100% Cuban at Sadler’s Wells
Dancers, for NDT2 tour at Sadler’s Wells
Arielle Smith, for her choreography of Jolly Folly see you again of the English National Ballet

Edward Watson, for his performance in The Dante project and the Royal Opera House

Best new dance production
Draw from the inside
Rambert Dance Company at Sadler’s Wells
Accountant
Crystal Pite and Jonathon Young / Kidd Pivot at Sadler’s Wells

Cross-orientation
Dance Umbrella and Sadler’s Wells at Sadler’s Wells

Outstanding performance in affiliate theater
10 nights
at the Bush Theater
People in Hampstead
Theater downstairs
The invisible hand
at Kiln Theater
Old bridge
at the Bush Theater

A place for us
at the Park Theater

Best family show

Billionaire boy

Dragons and mythical beasts

What the Ladybird heard

Wolf Witch Giant Fairy

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