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Announcing ‘Cunard Best Revival’ Olivier Awards nominees

Cunard has been in partnership with the Society of London Theatre (SOLT), since 2019, sponsoring the “Best Revival” award at SOLT’s biggest event, the annual Olivier Awards, supporting the annual Olivier Awards Nominees Celebration and co-creating the London Theatre at Sea Voyages.

The Olivier Awards 2024, theatre’s most prestigious honours, will be hosted by Hannah Waddingham and will take place on Sunday 14 April at the iconic Royal Albert Hall with a highlights show broadcast on ITV that evening.

We’re excited to share this year’s nominees for the ‘Cunard Best Revival’ award: 

The Effect 
by Lucy Prebble 
at the National Theatre – Lyttelton  

by William Shakespeare 
at the Donmar Warehouse 

Shirley Valentine 
by Willy Russell 
at the Duke Of York’s Theatre 

by Anton Chekhov, adapted by Simon Stephens 
at the Duke Of York’s Theatre 

London Theatre at Sea, with the Olivier Awards 

15 – 23 June 2024

This unique Transatlantic Crossing returning on Queen Mary 2, will showcase Olivier award-winning talent both on and off the stage. London Theatre at Sea will feature spectacular performances and an illustrious line up of guests in conversation about their careers, as well as talks on productions, how they are put together, and the theatres themselves.

Among those lending an insight into their impressive careers are British TV icon Patricia Hodge, one of the UK’s leading comedians and theatre stars Jason Manford, and West End leading lady Claire Moore. Joining them will be award-winning composer and arrangers with star-studded musical histories like Simon Hale and Larry Blank, as well as editors, directors, choreographers, and curators.

Highlights include:

Oliviers in Concert – One special evening, guests will see the stars take to stage in the Royal Court Theatre for a dazzling show, where the orchestra and cast take you back over the last 45 years of the Olivier Awards in an outstanding one-off production.

A few of my favourite songs – A series of insightful talks, discussions and Q&As will bring guests closer to performers and creatives, including Jason Manford, Patricia Hodge and Claire Moore, who will share stories of their life and work, and some of their favourite songs that have been important during their careers.

Workshops – For budding thespians and dancers alike, there’s workshops and masterclasses, led by West End talent. Guests can hear all about the inner workings and behind the scenes secrets from some of London’s biggest productions.

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