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Catherine Tate is an English actor, comedian and writer. Though best known for her screen credits, including her eponymous TV comedy sketch hit The Catherine Tate Show, she spent much of her early career in stage and regularly returns to it. Her London musical theatre credits specifically include Miss Atomic Bomb (St James) and Assassins (Menier Chocolate Factory).
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There are always cheers and tears at every awards ceremony and this year’s Oliviers were no exception. We’ve been trawling through Twitter to find some of the best reactions to who won and lost on the big night.
So it’s the morning after the night before and we are still thinking about some of the great musical performances from the Olivier Awards 2018 ceremony – The Girl From the North Country’s Sheila Atim and 42nd Street, to mention just two. Here’s a taste.
It’s the biggest occasion in the theatre industry calendar and, slowly but surely, we are finding out which artists will be presenting those life-changing 2018 Olivier Awards this Sunday 8 April at the Royal Albert Hall.
Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’s John McCrea was on the sofa in the Oliviers Facebook studio, plus Girl From the North Country’s Sheila Atim gave viewers a quick sneak peek into her dressing room...
WATCH HERE! Nominees including Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’s Josie Walker & Be Inspired champion Willy Mukendi, from our friends at the Musical Theatre Appreciation Society, joined Collabro’s Jamie Lambert in the first episode of Road to the Oliviers, a new four-part Facebook series.