Lucie Shorthouse and Ola Ince announced as winners of H100 Awards
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The winners of the annual H100 Awards have been announced.
The awards took place at the Hospital Club in London last night, with James Graham delivering a keynote speech.
Ola Ince won the theatre and performance category beating nominees who included producer Eleanor Lloyd, designer Chloe Lamford, actress Lia Williams, actress Jade Anouka and actor Arinze Kene.
In the Rising Stars category Everybody's Talking About Jamie star Lucie Shorthouse was recognised. She beat stars including Alex Lawther, Letitia Wright, Abigail Lawrie and Samson Kayo.
Ince is currently working on Poet in da Corner at the Royal Court, which is Debris Stevenson's semi-autobiographical play telling what happens when a girl from a Mormon household is given Dizzee Rascal's grime album Boy in da Corner. Her previous work includes Twilight: Los Angeles 1992 at the Gate, One Million Tiny Plays About Britain at the Young Vic and associate director on Tina: The Musical in the West End.
Shorthouse has starred in Roller Diner at Soho Theatre, The House of In Between at Theatre Royal Stratford East and The Comedy of Errors at Shakespeare's Globe.