Wednesday, 25 February 2015

VOTE: Most Inspiring West End Show 2015

Voting is now open for the first West End Frame Award of 2015, Most Inspiring West End Show.

London is home to some of the most inspiring theatre in the world. This award is a celebration of all those shows which leave audiences with a spring in their step - whether people are left with tears of joy or sadness, all the nominated shows make a mark on their audiences. Which show inspired you most? Vote below.

Voting for Most Inspiring West End Show opened Wednesday 25th February and must close at 11am on Friday 6th March 2015. The result will be announced shortly after voting closes. '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. The result can be previewed until Monday 2nd March 2015.

The twenty nominated shows include: Beautiful - The Carole King Musical (Aldwych), Billy Elliot The Musical (Victoria Palace), Cats (London Palladium), Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Theatre Royal Drury Lane), Di And Viv And Rose (Vaudeville), Les Miserables (Queen’s), Made In Dagenham (Adelphi), Mamma Mia! (Novello), Matilda (Cambridge), Memphis (Shaftesbury), Miss Saigon (Prince Edward), My Night With Reg (Apollo), Once (Phoenix), Shakespeare In Love (Noel Coward), Sunny Afternoon (Harold Pinter), Taken At Midnight (Theatre Royal Haymarket), The Commitments (Palace), The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time (Gielgud), War Horse (New London) and Wicked (Apollo Victoria).

We previously ran the award in December 2012 with Cabaret picking up the title; Our Boys and Les Miserables finished as runners-up.

Most Inspiring West End Show runs as part of the 2015 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 were counted during the 2014 West End Frame Awards.

Vote below! Please note our system only allows one vote per IP address. Multiple votes from the same IP address will not be counted.

Please email any questions about this award to Voting must close at 11am on Friday 6th March 2015. Please note our system only allows one vote per IP address. Multiple votes from the same IP address will not be counted.


  1. Why on earth Paul McCartney has a knighthood and Ray Davies only a CBE...