|Gemma Sutton in DRUNK|
But for the final West End Frame Award of 2014 we have decided to bring back London Fringe Production of the Year to celebrate all the incredible work that has been produced in some of London's most exciting smaller venues over the past year.
2014 has been an incredible year for fringe theatre. The bar has been raised leaving theatregoers fighting for tickets. Twenty shows have been nominated for the Award, including: A First World Problem (Theatre503), Alice Through The Looking Glass (St Paul’s Church), Carousel (Arcola). Carthage (Finborough), Chicken Shop (Park), Damn Yankees (Landor), Dogfight (Southwark Playhouse), Drunk (Bridewell Theatre), Freak (Theatre503), Holes (Arcola Tent), In The Heights (Southwark Playhouse), Kiss Me, Kate (Upstairs at the Gatehouse), Love Story (Union), Oh, the Humanity and Other Good Intentions (Tabard Theatre), Pacific Overtures (Union Theatre), Sweeney Todd (Tooting Arts Club), Sweeney Todd (Twickenham Theatre), The Love and Devotion of Ridley Smith (Old Red Lion), The Return of the Solider (Jermyn Street) and Thérèse Raquin (Finborough/Park).
Voting for London Fringe Production of the Year opened at 2pm on Friday 12th December and must close at 11am on Monday 22nd December. 'Follow' us on Twitter and 'Like' us on Facebook for exclusive updates during the voting period and to be the first to find out when the result is announced on Tuesday 23rd December. The result can be previewed until Wednesday 17th December.
Last year’s London Fringe Production of the Year Award was won by Avenue Q (Upstairs at the Gatehouse) with Alice in Wonderland (St Paul’s Church) and Rent (Tabard Theatre) finishing second and third. London Fringe Production of the Year runs as part of the 2014 West End Frame Awards. Unlike other theatre awards, West End Frame only opens voting for one category at a time and combines musicals and plays into the same categories (where applicable). Over 50,000 votes have already been counted this year.
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