Laurence Olivier Award For Best Revival - Award Winners and Nominations

Award Winners and Nominations

  • 1991: Pericles by William Shakespeare – Royal Shakespeare Company: The Pit
    • Accidental Death of an Anarchist by Dario Fo – Cottesloe Theatre
    • Kean by Jean-Paul Sartre, Alexandre Dumas, père, Frank Hauser – Old Vic
    • The Wild Duck by Henrik Ibsen – Phoenix Theatre
  • 1992: Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen – Playhouse Theatre
    • Faith Healer by Brian Friel – Royal Court Theatre
    • The Comedy of Errors by William Shakespeare – Barbican Theatre
    • Uncle Vanya by Anton Chekhov – Cottesloe Theatre
  • 1993: An Inspector Calls by J.B. Priestley
    • Heartbreak House by George Bernard Shaw – Theatre Royal Haymarket
    • Henry IV, Part 1, and Part 2 by William Shakespeare – Royal Shakespeare Company: Barbican Theatre
    • No Man's Land by Harold Pinter – Comedy Theatre
  • 1994: Machinal by Sophie Treadwell
    • Medea by Euripides; Alistair Elliot – Wyndham's Theatre
    • The Deep Blue Sea by Terence Rattigan – Apollo Theatre
    • The Winter's Tale by William Shakespeare – Royal Shakespeare Company: Barbican Theatre
  • 1995: As You Like It by William Shakespeare
    • Le Cid by Pierre Corneille; Ranjit Bolt – Royal National Theatre: Cottesloe Theatre
    • Les Parents terribles by Jean Cocteau; Jeremy Sams – Royal National Theatre: Lyttelton Theatre
    • Sweet Bird of Youth by Tennessee Williams – Royal National Theatre: Lyttelton Theatre
  • 2003: Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare; Uncle Vanya by Anton Chekhov
    • Abigail's Party by Mike Leigh – New Ambassadors
    • A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams – Lyttelton Theatre
  • 2004: Mourning Becomes Electra – Eugene O’Neill
    • Absolutely! (Perhaps) by Luigi Pirandello; Martin Sherman – Wyndham's Theatre
    • Caligula by Albert Camus; David Greig – Donmar Warehouse
    • Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck – Savoy Theatre
  • 2005: Hamlet – William Shakespeare
    • All's Well That Ends Well by William Shakespeare – Gielgud Theatre
    • Endgame by Samuel Beckett – Albery Theatre
    • Journey's End by R. C. Sherriff – Comedy Theatre / Playhouse Theatre / Duke of York's Theatre
  • 2006: Hedda Gabler – Henrik Ibsen, adapted by Richard Eyre
    • Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller – Lyric
    • Don Carlos by Friedrich Schiller; Mike Poulton – Gielgud Theatre
    • Mary Stuart by Friedrich Schiller; Peter Oswald – Donmar Warehouse / Apollo Theatre
  • 2007: The Crucible by Arthur Miller – Gielgud Theatre
    • Donkey's Years by Michael Frayn – Comedy Theatre
    • A Moon for the Misbegotten by Eugene O'Neill – Old Vic
    • Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? by Edward Albee – Apollo Theatre
  • 2008: Saint Joan by George Bernard Shaw – National Theatre
    • Boeing Boeing by Marc Camoletti, translated by Beverley Cross – Comedy Theatre
    • Dealer's Choice by Patrick Marber - Trafalgar Studios
    • Macbeth by William Shakespeare – Gielgud Theatre
    • The Seagull by Anton Chekhov, a version by Christopher Hampton - Jerwood Theatre Downstairs
  • 2009: The Histories, directed by Michael Boyd - The Roundhouse
    • The Chalk Garden, directed by Michael Grandage - Donmar Warehouse
    • The Norman Conquests, directed by Matthew Warchus - Old Vic
  • 2010: Cat On A Hot Tin Roof directed by Debbie Allen - Novello Theatre
    • Arcadia directed by David Leveaux - Duke of York's Theatre
    • The Misanthrope directed by Thea Sharrock - Comedy Theatre
    • A Streetcar Named Desire directed by Rob Ashford - Donmar Warehouse
    • Three Days of Rain directed by Jamie Lloyd - Apollo Theatre
    • A View From The Bridge directed by Lindsay Posner - Duke of York's
  • 2011: After the Dance - National Theatre Lyttelton
    • All My Sons - Apollo Theatre
    • King Lear - Donmar Warehouse
    • When We Are Married - Garrick Theatre
  • 2012: Anna Christie – Donmar Warehouse
    • Flare Path – Theatre Royal Haymarket
    • Much Ado About Nothing – Wyndham's Theatre
    • Noises Off – Old Vic

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