Laurence Olivier Award for Best Set Design
The Laurence Olivier Award for Best Set Design is an annual award presented by The Society of London Theatre in recognition of achievements in commercial British theatre. The awards were established as the Society of West End Theatre Awards in 1976, and, renamed in 1984 in honour of English actor Lord Olivier.
|Laurence Olivier Award |
for Best Set Design
|Awarded for||Best Set Design|
|Presented by||The Society of London Theatre|
|Currently held by||Bunny Christie for Company (2019)|
The award originated as a single award for Designer of the Year in 1976 before being renamed as Best Set Design in 1991 with the introduction of awards for Best Costume Design and Best Lighting Design. In 2004, the award for Best Sound Design was introduced.
Winners and nomineesEdit
|Abd'Elkader Farrah||Henry IV and Henry V|
|Eileen Diss||The Family Dance|
|Ralph Koltai||Old World and Wild Oats|
|John Napier||King Lear|
|Tazeena Firth and Timothy O'Brien||Tales from the Vienna Woods|
|Eileen Diss||The Homecoming|
|Abd'Elkader Farrah||Henry VI|
|Tanya Moiseiwitsch||The Double Dealer|
|William Dudley||Undiscovered Country|
|John Napier||Once in a Lifetime|
|Carl Toms||For Services Rendered|
- London Theatre Guide (2008). "The Laurence Olivier Awards: Full List of Winners, 1976-2008" (.PDF). 1976-2008. The Society of London Theatre: 20. Retrieved 2008-08-30.