Theatre & Technology Awards 2017 Finalists

On Sunday 22nd October 2017, the first Theatre & Technology Awards ceremony will take place at the Bush Theatre. The initiative looks to celebrate our digital world and the creativity that happens within it. Voted for by both critics and the public, a number of creatives were put forward across 11 categories. Respected judges in their chosen fields have been busy choosing their deserved winners, congratulations to all finalists!


Courtesy of Taiyo Nagano.

Theatre & Technology Awards Finalists

Creative Innovation in Sound

Euripides Laskaridis & Kostas Michopoulos Relic

Adam El Hagar, Simon Maeder, Daniel Foxsmith, Tope Mikun Licensed to Ill

Philip Matejtschuk Brimstone and Treacle



Creative Innovation in Lighting

Mark Howland Dirty Great Love Story

David Plater Sinbad the Sailor

Eliza Alexandropoulou Relic



Creative Innovation in Video Projection

Luke Hall Ugly Lies the Bone

Andrzej Goulding Room

Félix Fradet-Faguy 887



Best Marketing Campaign

Chloé Nelkin & Snuffbox Theatre Blush

The Cornershop PR & AKA Lady Day

RAW PR & Boom Ents Alice’s Adventures Underground


Best Online Publication

Miro Magazine

Peg Review

Wee Review



Best Trailer

Tea Films/Tiata Fahodzi Good Dog

Impact Video/ The Old Vic Woyzeck 

AracaladanzaFamily Weekend



Best Poster Design

The National Theatre Graphic Design Studio The Motherf**ker with the Hat

Simon Williams/AIK Productions Combustion

Mike Smith/Motionhouse Dance Theatre Scattered


Best Podcast

Shakespeare’s Globe

Sunday Showtunes



Best Live Streaming Platform

Royal Opera House

National Theatre Live

Digital Theatre



Best Production Photography

Roy Tan

Helen Murray

Rah Petherbridge



Outstanding Production

Andrew Schneider – YOUARENOWHERE

Tom Dale Dance Company and MOKO Dance – Digitopia


Courtesy of Taiyo Nagano.

Courtesy of Taiyo Nagano.

Special mentions go out to:

The Fall – EmpathEyes

The integration of video projection in this remake of Tarsem Singh’s cult classic must be seen to be believed. EmpathEyes manage to create a magical evening.


Zero Point – Darren Johnston

Video Projection, sound and lighting design become the protagonists of the show. The team create the impossible, in turn creating a visual and audio experience like no other.


Written by Lucy Basaba.

The first annual Theatre & Technology Awards will take place on Sunday 22nd October 2017 at the Bush Theatre.

A big thank you to critics, the public, the judges and our partners and sponsors for supporting the Theatre & Technology Awards. 

Written by Theatrefullstop