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A Monster Calls wins Olivier Award

The stage adaptation of Patrick Ness’ award-winning YA novel A Monster Calls has won an Olivier award in the ‘Best Family and Entertainment’ category.

The play, which was staged at The Old Vic in London last year, was directed by Sally Cookson and starred Matthew Tennyson as Conor. It beat off competition at last night’s Oliviers from three other productions: ‘Snow White’, ‘Songs for Nobodies’ and ‘The Wider Earth’.

Dick Straker of Mesmer designed video for the production in Bristol and at the Old Vic. See the production page here.

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