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Emma Williams is a British actress of stage, screen, TV and radio. In 2016, she was nominated for an Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Musical for Maureen in Mrs Henderson Presents, a part she originated at the Theatre Royal Bath in 2015 before transferring to the West End.
She has received two other Olivier nominations for Best Actress in a Musical - Zorro (2009) and Love Story (2011) - and was a recipient of the Arts Correspondent Group Best Newcomer Award for playing Truly Scrumptious, opposited Michael Ball, in the original cast of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang at the London Palladium.
Emma's many other musical credits include: White Christmas, Annie Get Your Gun, Desperately Seeking Susan, Sweeney Todd,A Model Girl, Tomorrow Morning, Promises Promises, Bat Boy and Sex, Chips and Rock & Roll.
HALF A SIXPENCE This new stage version of “HALF A SIXPENCE”, the musical adaptation of H.G. Wells’s semi- autobiographical novel ‘Kipps: The Story of a Simple Soul’, is a completely fresh adaptation which reunites book-writer Julian Fellowes (Oscar-winning screenwriter and creator of Downton Abbey) with George Stiles and Anthony Drewe, the musical...
Based on the film Mrs Henderson Presents – original screenplay by Martin Sherman, the musical has a book and is directed by the multi-award winning Terry Johnson. Lyrics are by the Oscar, Tony and Golden Globe winning Don Black with music by Oscar nominated George Fenton and Simon Chamberlain, who both collaborated on the original film. It is chore...
THE OLIVIER AWARDS WITH MASTERCARD British theatre’s most sought-after awards have been a mark of theatrical greatness since they were inaugurated in 1976 as the Society of West End Theatre Awards. The society is now known as Society of London Theatre (SOLT) and its glittering awards are now the Olivier Awards in honour of a theatrical legend. Th...
It’s hard to believe but a decade has passed since Stephen Clark and Howard Goodall’s musical adaptation of Erich Segal’s novel Love Story premiered at Chichester Festival Theatre before a run at the West End’s Duchess Theatre. To mark the anniversary, original cast members Michael D. Xavier, Emma Williams and Peter Polycarpou will star in a special concert at the Cadogan Hall on 17 May 2020.
A stream of A-listers including Paul McCartney, Bryan Cranston, Judi Dench, Henry Cavill, Whoopi Goldberg, Jack Black, Steve Martin and more have contributed to a music video for ‘The Hero – A West End & Friends Tribute’ alongside stars of London’s West End (Charlie Stemp, Marisha Wallace, Cleve September, Kerry Ellis and oodles more #StageFaves). Everyone involved wished to pay thanks to servicemen and women around the world and to raise money for the UK charity, Help For Heroes.
Two of our extended #SFTeam, guest vlogger Alexa Putman and blogger Becky Wallis, recently enjoyed the ULTIMATE stagey weekend together with visits to Five Guys Named Moe, Les Miserables, Barnum and Matilda in London. Can you keep up?!
It's been six months since the curtain came down and the banjos were played for the very last time but the memories of HALF A SIXPENCE are still strong. Guest blogger Rebecca Wallis reminisces about her favourite show and follows through on a promise to keep championing the many #StageFaves performers she discovered through it. Have you?
The rain was never going to deter #StageFaves vlogger Perry O'Bree on the 2018 Olivier Awards red carpet at the Royal Albert Hall. In addition to this year's two-time nominee and all-round legend Imelda Staunton, he also caught up with stars from Hamilton, Everybody's Talking About Jamie and Bat Out Of Hell. See who you can spot!