Friday, 29 May 2015

Full result announced for Best Performance of a Song 2015

John Dagleish has won West End Frame's Best Performance of a Song Award for his rendition of 'Waterloo Sunset’ in Sunny AfternoonJon Jon Briones finishes second for his performance of ‘American Dream’ in Miss Saigon whilst Kerry Ellis comes third for her rendition of ‘Memory’ in Cats. Check out the full result below!

John Dagleish 
‘Waterloo Sunset’ in Sunny Afternoon 
21% of the final vote / Photo Credit: Kevin Cummins

Speaking to West End Frame about his win, Dagleish said: "This is such an amazing honour seeing as it was voted for by the public. We're not at the biggest theatre in the West End but we obviously have the best fans, and it's them I want to thank for making this happen. So thank you! You know who you are! Also, it can't have hurt my chances of winning when I was nominated for singing one of the greatest songs ever written. Thank you Ray!! Waterloo Sunset's fine!"

2nd Place
Jon Jon Briones 
‘American Dream’ in Miss Saigon 
12% of the final vote

3rd Place
Kerry Ellis 
‘Memory’ in Cats 
12% of the final vote / Photo Credit: Alessandro Pinna

4th Place
Celinde Schoenmaker
‘I Dreamed A Dream’ in Les Miserables 
11% of the final vote / Photo Credit: Matt Crockett

5th Place
Brian Gilligan 
‘Try A Little Tenderness’ in The Commitments 
7% of the final vote

6th Place
Emma Hatton
‘No Good Deed’ in Wicked 
5% of the final vote / Photo Credit: Matt Crockett

7th Place
Nic Rouleau 
‘I Believe’ in The Book of Mormon 
5% of the final vote

8th Place
Imelda Staunton
‘Rose’s Turn’ in Gypsy 
4% of the final vote / Photo Credit: Johan Persson

9th Place
Killian Donnelly
‘Memphis Lives In Me’ in Memphis 
3% of the final vote / Photo Credit: Johan Persson

10th Place
Harriet Jones
‘Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again’ in The Phantom of the Opera 
2% of the final vote / Photo Credit: Johan Persson

11th Place
Beverley Knight
‘Colored Woman’ in Memphis 
2% of the final vote / Photo Credit: Johan Persson

12th Place
Sophie-Louise Dann
‘Ideal World’ in Made In Dagenham 
2% of the final vote

13th - 20th Place
in alphabetical order

Alex Jennings ('It Must Be Believed to Be Seen’/Charlie and the Chocolate Factory), *The Billys (‘Electricity’/Billy Elliot The Musical), Haydn Gwynne ('Invisible'/Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown), Katie Brayben ('(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman'/Beautiful), Kim Ismay (‘Does Your Mother Know’/Mamma Mia), **The Matildas (‘Naughty’/Matilda The Musical), Michael Watson (‘Can't Take My Eyes Off You’/Jersey Boys) and Peter Lockyer (‘Bring Him Home’/Les Miserables).

The 2015 West End Frame Awards began in March with Sunny Afternoon being named Most Inspiring West End Show. Dagleish's win marks the first time the same show has won multiple West End Frame Awards in one year. 

Voting for Best Performance of a Song 2015 opened on Friday 8th May and closed on Wednesday 27th May. Last year the Award was won by Tam Mutu for his rendition of ‘Stars’ in Les Miserables. Previous winners also include Rachel Tucker ('Defying Gravity'/Wicked) and Sofia Escobar ('Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again'/The Phantom of the Opera).

Unlike other theatre awards, West End Frame only opens voting for one category at a time and combines male and female actors from new and long-running productions into the same categories (where applicable).

Congratulations to all the nominees and thank you to everybody who voted

*The Billys are Bradley Perret, Ollie Jochim, Brodie Donougher & Thomas Hazelby.
**The Matildas are Lara Mcdonnell, Lottie Sicilia, Violet Tucker, Anna-Louise Knight & Matilda Shapland.

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