List of Awards and Nominations Received By Maggie Smith - Theatre Awards - Evening Standard Theatre Awards

Evening Standard Theatre Awards

  1. Evening Standard Theatre Awards: Best Actress (won) for The Private Ear and The Public Eye, 1962
  2. Evening Standard Theatre Awards: Best Actress (won) for Hedda Gabler, 1970
  3. Evening Standard Theatre Awards: Best Actress (won) for Virginia, 1981
  4. Evening Standard Theatre Awards: Best Actress (won) for The Way of the World, 1984
  5. Evening Standard Theatre Awards: Best Actress (won) for Three Tall Women, 1994

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