Friday, 23 September 2016

VOTE: Best West End Debut 2016

Voting is open for Best West End Debut 2016, the final West End Frame Award! Voting opened at 2pm on Friday 23rd September and closes on Wednesday 28th September 2016 at 3pm. This award is a celebration of the West End's newest talent. 


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Last year's Best West End Debut Award was won by Matt Cardle for making his West End debut in Memphis. Previous winners also include Willemijn Verkaik (Wicked), Zrinka Cvitešić (Once) and Shayne Ward (Rock Of Ages).

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). The 2016 West End Frame Awards began in June with Rachelle Ann Go winning Best Performance of a Song for her rendition of 'I Dreamed A Dream' in Les Miserables. Last month Curious Incident's Thomas Dennis won Understudy of the Year. 

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

VOTING IS NOW CLOSED

Please email any questions about this award to contact@westendframe.com. Voting must close at 3pm on Wednesday 29th September. Please note our system only allows one vote per IP address. Multiple votes from the same IP address will not be counted.

16 comments:

  1. Cedric Neal's performance in Motown was as passionate and heartfelt as anything I've ever seen. His voice could melt the hardest of souls. This should not be a contest.

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  2. Cedric Neal is a natural and brings his character to life. There is none like him, he is the best.

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  3. He was born a winner great job Mr. Neal

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    1. then why isn't he leading

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  4. Newton faulkner brings Johnny to life ! his voice is mesmerising and my friend thought he was American 😀

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  5. Anthony Boyle is an outstanding young actor....I'm blown away by his amazing talent....excellent portrayal of Scorpius...

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  6. Anthony Boyle's portrayal of Scorpius is outstanding and flawless. I look forward to watching him in his future projects and roles. He is an extremely talented actor and I wish him the very best!

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  7. Anthony Boyle gave a nuanced and moving performance as Scorpius. Excited to see his debut - and to see what he will do next. Truly a talent to watch

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  8. Trevor Dion Nicholas is amazing as Genie! A joy to watch over and over again and worth the price of the ticket all by himself!

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  9. What an astounding debut from Joseph Ayre as Christopher Boon in Curious Incident. It is a measure of his talent that he secured this role before he had even graduated from drama school

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  10. Cursed Child was the worst play I've ever seen in my life - as a massive Potter fan it broke my heart - but Boyle is an amazing talent who deserves recognition. Hopefully he'll go on to star in better plays.

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    1. The script/plot was VERY questionable, I agree (also as a massive Potter fan). But the special effects and ANTHONY BOYLE AS SCORPIUS was what saved the whole play and motivated me to watch it twice! I would even go to say that Anthony Boyle was by FAR the greatest part of the play, even more impressive than the special effects (oh and the special effects were out of this world...) so that's saying something. He deserves this award a million times over, and I can't wait to follow/ watch him throughout his career. He is a true gem.

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  11. Cursed child was an amazing play and Anthony stood out amongst a huge cast. His quirky way of playing Scorpius made me smile

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  12. Cedric Neal is absolutely amazing in Motown and his voice is rich honeyed soulful perfection.

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  13. Anthony Boyle is so brilliant. He alone could make the way from France to see Cursed Child so worth it. I'll definitely follow his career.

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