Parade’s End achieves major awards success

Productions April 15, 2013

Parade’s End has been nominated for an astonishing 16 different awards so far this year across all the major broadcast organisations and has already won 6 with the BAFTA awards still to be announced next month. The series has attracted huge critical acclaim on a global scale and has been successfully sold around the world.

At last month’s Broadcasting Press Guild Awards, Parade’s End won an amazing four awards – Best Drama Series, Best Actor for Benedict Cumberbatch, Best Actress for Rebecca Hall and to complete the quartet, Tom Stoppard won the Writer’s Award for his wonderful adaptation.

The series also won the prestigious accolade of Best TV Drama at the South Bank Sky Arts Awards in March presented by Melvyn Bragg and televised on the channel.

Mammoth’s awards success this year also includes a BAFTA nomination for Best Possible Taste: The Kenny Everett along with an RTS nomination for Oliver Lansley for his extraordinary performance in the leading role.