Tuesday, March 12, 2013
From Olympic arts and comedy to new and emerging talent, this year's South Bank Sky Arts Awards once again celebrated the best of British culture and achievement. In a ceremony attended by some of the most illustrious patrons, practitioners and performers in the arts, the winners in visual art, theatre, opera, dance, comedy, classical music, pop, TV drama, literature and film were presented with their awards.
Complete winners at the 2013 South Bank Sky Arts Awards
Twenty Twelve, BBC Two
Presented by Jo Brand. Other nominees were Alan Partridge: Welcome to The Places of My Life – Sky Atlantic and Hunderby – Sky Atlantic.
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, National Theatre
Presented by Kristin Scott Thomas. Other nominees were The River, The Royal Court Theatre - Jerwood Theatre Upstairs and The Master & Margarita, Complicite – Barbican
Thomas Heatherwick, London 2012 Olympic Cauldron
Presented by Grayson Perry. Other nominees were Hopkins Architects: London 2012 Velodrome, Olympic Park and Paul Noble: Turner Prize Exhibition, Tate Britain
Times Breakthrough Award presented by Tim Minchin presented to Tom Hiddleston.
Presented by Mark Strong. Other nominees were Berberian Sound Studio and The Imposter
Ghost Patrol, Scottish Opera and Music Theatre Wales
Presented by Amanda Echalez. Other nominees were Les Troyens, Royal Opera House and Where the Wild Things Are, Barbican
Presented by Jo Whiley. Other nominees were Plan B, Ill Manors and Saint Etienne, Words and Music
A Streetcar Named Desire, Scottish Ballet
Presented by Akram Khan. Other nominees were Jeux, English National Ballet and Metamorphosis: Titian 2012, Royal Ballet & National Gallery
London Philharmonic Orchestra, Julian Anderson, Ryan Wigglesworth – The Discovery of Heaven, Royal Festival Hall
Presented by Nicola Benedetti. Other nominees were Iestyn Davies, Arcangelo, Jonathan Cohen, Arias for Guadagni and London Symphony Orchestra, Sir Simon Rattle, Wynton Marsalis’s Swing Symphony, Barbican.
Parade’s End, BBC Two
Presented by Richard E. Grant. Other nominees were Line of Duty, BBC 2 and The Hollow Crown, BBC2
Bring Up The Bodies, Hilary Mantel
Presented by Dame Margaret Drabble. Other nominees were Tony Hogan Bought Me an Ice-cream Float Before He Stole My Ma, Kerry Hudson and Umbrella, Will Self
The Outstanding Achievement Award
in association with the Dorchester, presented by Victoria Wood to Julie Walters