UK Theatre Awards 2022

UK Theatre Awards 2022

Ticket to the UK Theatre Awards 2022 are now on sale.

To purchase tickets at the exclusive member rate, please click the link below. 
UK Theatre Awards 2022 - Member Tickets

The UK Theatre Awards 2022 will take place at London's historic Guildhall on Sunday 23 October 2022.

The only nationwide awards to celebrate the outstanding achievements of theatre across the UK, recognising the remarkable contributions UK Theatre members make to the industry.

For your production to be considered for the UK Theatre Awards (On-Stage categories) you must be a UK Theatre Organisation Member in any theatre (excluding a Society of London Theatre venue), or the production must be housed in a UK Theatre Organisation member theatre venue. For more information about becoming a member, please look to the Membership section of the website by clicking here. (Please note membership can take 4-6 weeks to be verified, however productions may still be considered during this time.) 

For more information on award categories, eligibility, applications and the judging process, please download the UK Theatre Awards Information Pack or simply expand the tab on the topic of your choice below.

Bookings will open in the new year.

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UK Theatre Awards 2022 - Ticket Prices 

UK Theatre Awards - Organisation or Partner Member ticket price:

  • £108 (plus VAT)

UK Theatre Awards - Professional Member ticket price:

  • £90 (plus VAT)

Each ticket includes:

  • Drinks reception in the Guildhall's Crypts (12noon)
  • 3 course lunch with drinks in the Great Hall (1pm)
  • Awards ceremony with performances (concludes 4pm)

Please note: When booking we will ask for dietary requirements and access needs for each attendee.

This event is exclusive to UK Theatre Members from 10am Wednesday 27 July 2022. To purchase tickets, please click the button below.

UK Theatre Awards 2022 - Member Tickets

On Stage 

  • Achievement in Dance        
  • Achievement in Opera    
  • Best Design         
  • Best Director   
  • Best Musical Production
  • Best New Play  
  • Best Performance in a Musical   
  • Best Performance in a Play
  • Best Play Revival    
  • Best Show for Children and Young People
  • Best Supporting Performance (in a musical or play)
The eligibility period for the 2022 UK Theatre Awards is 1 September 2021 - 31 August 2022. During this time, Organisation Members can champion their outstanding productions for the On Stage awards categories by using our Productions' Calendar to let members and the judging panels know about your production. At the end of the eligibility period all UK Theatre members will then be able to nominate (via an online survey) one outstanding production/creative and/or performer in each of the On Stage categories. These will then be given to the On Stage Judging Panel for consideration.

   

Off Stage 

  • Digital Innovation
  • Excellence in Arts Education
  • Excellence in Inclusivity
  • Excellence in Touring
  • Workforce 

The eligibility period for the 2022 UK Theatre Awards is 1 September 2021 - 31 August 2022Organisation Members can submit their applications for the Off Stage award categories during this time - the application forms are available in the tab below. These applications will then be voted on by the Off Stage Judging Panel to determine shortlisted nominees and winners. 

UK's Most Welcoming Theatre

UK Theatre Organisation Members are invited to tell us why you’re a welcoming theatre in three ways; your place, your people and your programme. Applications for UK's Most Welcoming Theatre  for 2022 have now closed. There is no longer a public vote for this award. 

The panel will visit the shortlisted theatres on the below dates:

  • 26 September 2022
  • 3 October 2022
  • 10 October 2022

 Outstanding Contribution to British Theatre

Outstanding Contribution to British Theatre will continue to be awarded by the UK Theatre Board.

Gielgud Award for Excellence in the Dramatic Arts   

We will continue to work with the Shakespeare’s Guild to present the Gielgud Award.

Off Stage Awards

UK Theatre Organisation Members can submit applications for the Off Stage Awards at any time during the eligibility period of 1 September 2021 - 31 August 2022. All applications will be given to the Off Stage judging panel for consideration.

Click on the relevant link below to view the application form.

UK's Most Welcoming Theatre 

This award is open to UK Theatre Organisation Member venues only. Applications for UK's Most Welcoming Theatre 2022 are now closed.

Be inspired by 2019's UK's Most Welcoming Theatre winner, Storyhouse, here

If you have a question regarding applications please email ukt@soltukt.co.uk.      

UK Theatre Organisation Members can promote their outstanding productions throughout the year using the UK Theatre Awards Productions' Calendar (you must be logged-in and a member in order to view the calendar).

The Productions' Calendar shows the dates and locations of submitted, eligible productions, along with booking information. This ensures that UK Theatre members producing work have a platform to champion their outstanding productions.

To view the calendar or submit a show, members should log-in and then visit the Productions' Calendar, where you will also find rules of eligibility.

The UK Theatre Awards Information Pack contains information and guidance on eligibility, categories, timeline, applications, nominations, judges etc.

If you have any questions not answered by the Information Pack or would like the pack in an alternative format, please contact us on ukt@soltukt.co.uk.

UK Theatre Awards 2022 Information Pack

The UK Theatre Awards 2022 judging panels are below:

On Stage Panels

The panels consists of regional theatre reviewers and industry professionals.


 

Theatre       

  • Clare Brennan

  • Dominic Cavendish
  • Sam Marlowe
  • Mark Fisher
  • Jane Coyle
  • Angelo Ivring
  • Geeta Pendse

Dance 

 

  • Lydnsey Winship.

  • Rachel Elderkin  
  • Andrew Hurst
  • Donald Hutera
  • Sanjoy Roy
  • Chaired by Roger Spence 

Opera

 

  • Alexandra Coghlan

  • George Hall
  • John Allison


Off Stage Panel 

 

 

Applications are judged by a panel made up of UK Theatre board members and freelance theatre professionals.

  • Stephanie Sirr - UK Theatre Joint-President & Nottingham Playhouse Chief Executive
  • Andrew Miller - Disability Champion for the Arts & Cultural Sector 
  • Paul Wilshaw - Learning Disabled Producer and Actor 

 


 

UK's Most Welcoming Theatre

 

Applications are judged by a panel made up of Partner Members and freelance theatre professionals.

  • Leanna Benjamin - Freelance Writer and Activist
  • Milton Lopes - Freelance Multi Disciplinary Performer 
  • Simon Green -  UK Theatre Partner Member at Tysers Insurance Brokers Limited 

 

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