Laurence Olivier Award for Best Set Designer
The Laurence Olivier Award for Best Set Designer was 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 Designer
|Awarded for||Best Set Designer|
|Presented by||The Society of London Theatre|
|Currently held by||Tim Hatley for Humble Boy and Private Lives (2002)|
The award was retired after the 2002 ceremony.
Winners and nomineesEdit
|Rob Howell||Richard III, Troilus and Cressida and Vassa|
|Lez Brotherston||Spend, Spend, Spend|
|Richard Hudson||The Lion King|
|William Dudley||All My Sons|
|Bunny Christie||Baby Doll|
|Rob Howell||The Caretaker|
|Brian Thomson||The King and I|
|Tim Hatley||Humble Boy and Private Lives|
|Lez Brotherston||The Little Foxes and A Midsummer Night's Dream|
|Julian Crouch and Graeme Gilmour||Shockheaded Peter|
|Robin Wagner||Kiss Me, Kate|
|Anthony Ward||My Fair Lady|
- 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.