The Society of London Theatres announced the winners of this year’s Olivier Awards at a ceremony held at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel last night.

The award for Best Lighting Design was presented to Howard Harrison, for his lighting of the Chichester Festival Theatre’s production of Macbeth. Nominated on a number of previous occasions, this is Harrison’s first Olivier; the show itself, which also won the Best Director category for Rupert Goold, is currently playing at BAM in New York City, and will soon transfer to Broadway.

In the other design categories, awards were presented to Paul Arditti and Jocelyn Pook for their sound design for Saint Joan at the National Theatre, to Rae Smith and the Handspring Puppet Company for War Horse, also at the National, and to Vicki Mortimer for the costume design for The Man of Mode, again at the National.