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The Olivier Awards

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  • Last episode S2024E1 aired 2024-04-14
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The Olivier Awards 2024
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Established in 1976, the Olivier Awards celebrate the world-class status of London theatre and are Britain’s most prestigious stage honours. Since 2017, the annual ceremony has been held at the Royal Albert Hall.

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    West End Superstar Hannah Waddingham hosts tonight's awards from the Royal Albert Hall.

    Highlights from the biggest night in British theatre include a spectacular performance from Guys & Dolls, which is up for nine nominations, as well as a very special star-studded performance celebrating the National Theatre's 60th anniversary. Find out who has won the 26 coveted awards including Best Actress, Best Actor, the Sir Peter Hall Award for Best Director and Best New Musical.

    Other contenders include Sheridan Smith, David Tennant, Sarah Jessica Parker, Joseph Fiennes, James Norton, Sarah Snook, Sophie Okonedo, Sam Mendes, Nicole Scherzinger and Marisha Wallace.

  • s2023e01
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    Highlights of the ceremony celebrating the best of British theatre, with West End star Hannah Waddingham hosting at the Royal Albert Hall, where contenders included Jodie Comer, Paul Mescal, Beverley Knight, David Tennant, Rose Ayling-Ellis and Marisha Wallace. Featuring performances from the casts of musicals Sister Act, Tammy Faye, Rodgers and Hammerstein's Oklahoma! and Disney's Newsies, while Arlene Phillips and Derek Jacobi were honoured with Special and Lifetime Achievement Awards.

  • s2022e01
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    2 years ago

    Highlights from the biggest night in British theatre as Jason Manford hosts the ceremony from the Royal Albert Hall, with performances from nominated musicals Cabaret, Life of Pi, Frozen, Back to the Future: The Musical and Moulin Rouge.

  • s2020e01
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    4 years ago

    Jason Manford hosts the prestigious awards from The London Palladium, celebrating the very best of British theatre and featuring unique performances from nine-times nominated musical & Juliet, and Dear Evan Hansen, which has received seven nominations.

    Other nominees include Toby Jones, James McAvoy, Wendell Pierce and Andrew Scott vying for Best Actor and Hayley Atwell, Sharon D Clarke, Juliet Stevenson and Phoebe Waller-Bridge, who are all up for Best Actress. Jason will be joined by some surprise guests, and lyricist Don Black will be one of two special award winners also being honoured.

  • s2019e01
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    5 years ago

    Jason Manford hosts tonight's awards from the Royal Albert Hall. Highlights from the biggest night in British theatre include performances from Company and Come From Away, which are both up for nine nominations each. Extracts from other nominated musicals including Tina – The Tina Turner Musical, The King & I and Six, plus a very special celebration to mark the 20th anniversary of ‘The Lion King'.

  • s2018e01
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    6 years ago

    Catherine Tate hosts the 2018 edition of the Olivier Awards - the biggest night in British theatre - from the Royal Albert Hall. There will be performances from Hamilton - which is up for a record-breaking 13 nominations - and other nominated musicals including 42nd Street, Follies, Young Frankenstein, Everybody's Talking About Jamie, Girl From The North Country, and a very special celebration to mark the 50th anniversary of Joseph and His Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat.

  • s2017e01
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    7 years ago

    This year's Olivier Awards has performances from a variety of Olivier nominated musicals.

    Gary Barlow and Tim Firth will open the show with a unique performance with the cast of The Girls. American star Amber Riley will perform the show-stopping And I Am Telling You from Dreamgirls. Tim Minchin will be flying in to represent Groundhog Day which has recently begun previewing on Broadway.

    Fans of Andrew Lloyd Webber will be treated to a fabulous performance from the multi-talented cast of School Of Rock The Musical and a performance from Regent's Park Open Air Theatre's acclaimed production of Jesus Christ Superstar, which is set to return this summer.

    Additionally, there will be an exclusive performance from Matthew Bourne's The Red Shoes, nominated for Best Entertainment and Family - the production is currently on tour across the UK.

    Broadway legend and six-time Tony Award-winner, Audra McDonald, will perform accompanied by the Olivier Awards' orchestra during the show's In Memoriam section.

  • s2016e01
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    8 years ago

    This year the awards will be hosted by Michael Ball with special guest presenters including Kit Harington, Amber Riley, Laura Carmichael, Uzo Aduba and Zawe Ashton, Matthew Bourne, Sharon D. Clarke, Paul Copley, Daniel Evans, Julia McKenzie, Lesley Manville, Vanessa Redgrave, Juliet Stevenson, Zoë Wanamaker and Leigh Zimmerman

    Nominees this year include Benedict Cumberbatch for Hamlet, Adrian Lester for Red Velvet, Nicole Kidman for Photograph 51, Matt Henry for Kinky Boots, Denise Gough for People, Places and Things and Imelda Staunton for Gypsy.