Laurence Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement in a Musical
|Laurence Olivier Award
for Outstanding Achievement in a Musical
|Awarded for||Outstanding Achievement in a Musical|
|Presented by||The Society of London Theatre|
|Currently held by||Ned Sherrin for The Ratepayers' Iolanthe (1984)|
|Official website||Olivier Awards.com|
The Laurence Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement in a Musical 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.
The award was only presented three times before it was retired.
Winners and nominees
|Vernel Bagneris||One Mo' Time||Writing and Direction|
|Joe Layton||Barnum||The Staging|
|N/A||The Mitford Girls||The Style and Design|
|N/A||Guys and Dolls||N/A|
|N/A||The Pirates of Penzance||N/A|
|N/A||Song and Dance||N/A|
|N/A||The Beggar's Opera||N/A|
|Ned Sherrin||The Ratepayers' Iolanthe||Show Conception|
|Howard Goodall||The Hired Man||The Music|
|John Napier||Starlight Express||Show Design|
|Trevor Nunn||Starlight Express||Overall Impact of the Production|
- London Theatre Guide (2008). "The Laurence Olivier Awards: Full List of Winners 1976–2008" (.PDF). The Society of London Theatre. Retrieved 30 August 2008.