Sunday, 17 May 2015

British Soap Awards 2015 - list of all the winners

The British Soap Awards was held last night in Manchester.  Read on only if you want to know who won.  

The awards show will be screened on Weds 20 May on ITV at 8pm.

Coronation Street took home two awards. The first was for Best Comedy Performance which went to Sally Dynevor for her role as Sally Webster. 

The second accolade of the night was the Outstanding Achievement Award which went to the late Anne Kirkbride who played Deirdre Barlow for 42 years.

A moving tribute was lead by William Roach and Beverley Callard and the award was collected by Anne's husband David Beckett. 

All of the other winners were as follows:

Best British soap – EastEnders
Best actor – Adam Woodyatt (Ian Beale in EastEnders)
Best actress – Kellie Bright (Linda Carter in EastEnders)
Villain of the year – Jeremy Sheffield (Patrick Blake in Hollyoaks)  Best newcomer – Jessica Regan (Niamh Donoghue in Doctors)
Best storyline – EastEnders – Who Killed Lucy?
Best single episode – EastEnders The Live Episode
Best dramatic performance – Kellie Bright (Linda Carter in EastEnders)
Best on-screen partnership – Laurie Brett and Adam Woodyatt (Jane and Ian Beale in EastEnders)
Scene of the year – Emmerdale – Donna’s Goodbye
Best Young Performance - Emmerdale: Amelia Flanagan (April Windsor)

See Coronation Street's red carpet pictures here.

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joanne said...

I'm not surprised with the way corrie is lately tbh.

Anonymous said...

I had never seen Eastenders but, after reading the Awards results, I looked up the live episode on youtube. Is it just me or was the acting a bit stilted? During the revelation of Lucy Beale's killer, it seemed like the actors mostly stood around stiffly, not sure of what to do with their arms. Until watching that, I didn't realize just how good the acting/direction on Corrie is by comparison. Also, Joe Duttine and Sally Dynevor were robbed!

Elsie Tanner said...

Ah well, that's me not bothering to watch on Wednesday then!

vintgal003 said...

Ahhh...*congratulations* to Corrie for the two awards!

Anonymous said...

Anonymous - disagree. I'm far from an EastEnders fan but I do watch it now and again and think, pains me to say it, it is regularly better than Corrie.

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