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Anne-Marie Duff's extensive theatre credits include Sweet Charity in 2019, Berenice in 2012 and Days of Wine and Roses in 2005 at the Donmar Warehouse. An award-winning actress on both stage and screen, Anne-Marie is known for her roles in Shameless, The Virgin Queen and Nowhere Boy, and is considered one of the UK's most prolific actresses. In 2018 Anne-Marie starred in Heisenberg: The Uncertainty Principle and returned to the National Theatre as Lady Macbeth, a role she previously undertook on Broadway opposite Ethan Hawke. On the big screen, Anne-Marie recently appeared in On Chesil Beach, the film adaptation of Ian McEwan’s bestselling 2007 novel, and on television she lent her voice to the BBC One/Netflix series Watership Down that aired over Christmas. Anne-Marie is next going be seen in the BBC’s adaptation of Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials series. Other prolific big screen credits include Suffragette, Before I Go to Sleep, The Last Station, Is Anybody There?, The Waiting Room, Notes on a Scandal, The Magdalene Sisters and Enigma. On the small screen, her credits include From Darkness, Parade’s End, Accused, Margot, Wild West and The Way We Live Now. Additional theatre credits include War and Peace (West End), Cause Celebre (the Old Vic), The Daughter in Law, The Soldier’s Fortune (Young Vic), Oil (Almeida), Common, Husbands & Sons, Strange Interlude, Collected Stories, King Lear and Saint Joan (National Theatre).
Sweet Charity "The minute you walked in the joint, I could see you were a man of distinction, a real Big Spender..." New York, 1967. Charity Hope Valentine is a dance hall hostess who "runs her a heart like a hotel - you've got men checking in and out all the time." At the raw end of a long line of users and losers, she meets Oscar, a mild-manner...
It was a glamorous night at the London Coliseum as the 2019 Evening Standard Theatre Awards were revealed with Jamie Lloyd’s reinvention of Evita at the Open Air Theatre Regent’s Park being named Best Musical and Anne-Marie Duff coming out on top in the Best Musical Performance category for her portrayal of the title role in Sweet Charity at the Donmar Warehouse.
The awards season continues with news of the nominees for the 65th annual Evening Standard Theatre Awards on 24 November 2019 at the London Coliseum. Come From Away, Evita, Fiddler & Sweet Charity are up for Best Musical category while Anne-Marie Duff, Andy Nyman and Sheridan Smith are all nominated in the Best Musical Performance category.
Hey big spender, have you seen that Josie Rourke is going to sign off as the Donmar Warehouse’s artistic director with a revival of Sweet Charity and Anne-Marie Duff is going to play the lead opposite Ratty Burvil as Oscar? Well, it’s really happening from 6 April to 8 June 2019. Are you ready for the rhythm of life?