Nominations

And the nominees are...

XL Video Award for Best Set Design

Es Devlin for Chimerica at the Almeida Theatre and Harold Pinter Theatre

Es Devlin for Chimerica at the Almeida Theatre and Harold Pinter Theatre Winner

While Chimerica earned critical acclaim for all aspects of the production, Es Devlin’s set was one of the most-talked about elements. The set designer created a rotating box that spun and altered to reveal numerous settings like a theatrical Rubik's cube.

Bob Crowley for Once at the Phoenix Theatre

Bob Crowley for Once at the Phoenix Theatre

Olivier Award winner Bob Crowley transformed the stage of the Phoenix Theatre into a fully functioning Irish pub for this new romantic musical. Surrounded by antique mirrors, the bar-setting allowed audiences to enjoy a pint on stage before sitting back to enjoy the show.

Mark Thompson for Charlie And The Chocolate Factory at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane

Mark Thompson for Charlie And The Chocolate Factory at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane

From the towering backdrop of the huge factory, the dilapidated chocolate wrapper-covered bedroom of Charlie Bucket to Wonka’s famously edible emerald green garden, Mark Thompson’s imaginative, kaleidoscopic design brought Dahl’s vivid world to sparkling life.

Tim Goodchild for Strangers On A Train at the Gielgud Theatre

Tim Goodchild for Strangers On A Train at the Gielgud Theatre

Tim Goodchild created a glossy whirlwind of sets for the stage's revolve that spun to reveal luxury private train carriages, a show-stopping merry-go-round and glamorous rooms from chic abodes. The designer boasts three former Olivier Award wins.