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30 September

30 September

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Olivier Awards winners to be revealed on 25 October. The winners will be unveiled in a special digital broadcast hosted by Jason Manford, presented on ITV and Magic FM. It will be filmed in different areas of The London Palladium, featuring unique performances and interviews filmed next month.

The main show will be broadcast on ITV with a special pre-show broadcast on Official London Theatres YouTube channel showing winners from categories not being presented on air. The organisation has also revealed that the 2021 Awards are unlikely to go ahead, given the ongoing pandemic and absence of nominees. It has also committed to investigate the set-up of the awards and ensure all aspects of diversity and inclusion are considered, with results expected next spring.

Julian Bird, chief executive of Society of London Theatre and executive producer of the Olivier Awards, said: We are excited to be able to honour this years nominees and winners during a very difficult time for our industry, and demonstrate the outstanding talent we have in our theatre sector in the UK. Coming together to celebrate their achievements feels more poignant now than ever before as we all fight collectively to save our theatre industry. I hope that everyone working in, or simply missing the theatre, will join us on the 25 October to celebrate last years achievements and remain hopeful for our future.

The Olivier Awards nominees have been revealed. & Juliet leads the pack with nine nominations, followed by Fiddler on the Roof with eight and Dear Evan Hansen with seven. In the play categories, Cyrano de Bergerac, Death Of A Salesman and Rosmersholm share the top spot with five nominations each, with Present Laughter receiving four.

Mary Poppins received six nominations including Best Musical Revival, as well as nominations for the two leads Zizi Strallen and Charlie Stemp. The annual Awards celebrate the best in London theatre, and will be held at the Royal Albert Hall on Sunday 5 April, hosted by Jason Manford. .

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