Judi Dench, Maggie Smith and Ben Forster at first Presidential Awards
The awards celebrate fundraisers for the charity Acting for Others
The winners of the inaugural Presidential Awards have been announced at a ceremony.
The awards are held by theatrical charity Acting For Others, and celebrate the most supportive fundraisers of the charity.
Acting for Others is an umbrella organisation which represents 15 theatrical charities from across the UK, and run the annual West End Bake Off event in London. This year, the charity has raised £380,000.
Full list of winners
Tour De Force Award (for most supportive touring production company)
Bill Kenwright Limited
Silver Service Award (for best service at One Night Only event at The Ivy)
George Layton, Tamzin Outhwaite and Samantha Bond
West End Bake Off Award (for best support at the West End Bake Off 2016).
Top Tweeter Award (for best social media support)
Where Would We Be Without You Award (for individual(s) within the industry who help to ensure the bucket collections are successful and actively promote the collections throughout their companies)
Rainier Koeners and Tamsin Newberry (ATG)
Super Hero Award (for an individual(s) nominated by theatre managers and supporters of Acting for Others who has worked above and beyond to support the charity)
Brian Sears and KJ Hippensteel from the cast of The Book of Mormon
The Golden Bucket Award (London) (for most money raised through the bucket collections by a show in London)
The Book of Mormon for raising £42,810.33
The Golden Bucket Award (regional)
Edinburgh Playhouse raising £7,506.93.