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  • La Cage Aux Folles, A Little Night Music and A View From The Bridge receive Outer Critics Circle nominations

    Back to News & Press La Cage Aux Folles, A Little Night Music and A View From The Bridge receive Outer Critics Circle nominations Monday, 26 April 2010 The Outer Critics Circle Awards are decided upon by a group of writers covering New York theatre for out-of town newspapers, national publications and other media beyond Broadway. SFP's New York productions have received the following Outer Critics Circle nominations: Outstanding Revival of a Play A View from the Bridge Outstanding Revival of a Musical A Little Night Music La Cage aux Folles Outstanding Director of a Musical La Cage aux Folles, Terry Johnson Outstanding Costume Design La Cage aux Folles, Matthew Wright Outstanding Actor in a Play A View from the Bridge, Liev Schreiber Outstanding Actor in a Musical La Cage aux Folles, Douglas Hodge Outstanding Actress in a Musical A Little Night Music, Catherine Zeta-Jones Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical A Little Night Music, Angela Lansbury Winners of the 2009-2010 Outer Critics Circle Awards will be announced the morning of May 17. Winners will be celebrated with an awards dinner May 27 at Sardi's Restaurant. Up Up

  • King Charles III opens at Broadway's Music Box Theatre to great critical acclaim

    Back to News & Press King Charles III opens at Broadway's Music Box Theatre to great critical acclaim Monday, 2 November 2015 Variety says “Pigott-Smith is phenomenal...portraying a sense of human goodness and character nobility that can either elevate a monarch or damn him to oblivion. ” Peter Marks at The Washington Post comments that “Bartlett scores one remarkable dramatic coup after another. ” In The Hollywood Reporter, David Rooney says, “Bartlett offers a fiendishly clever and yet serious questioning of the role of royalty in the 21st century. ” Mark Kennedy, Associated Press, calls King Charles III “...ingenuous, intelligent and intriguing. Forget the king: Long live the playwright! ” Mike Bartlett’s King Charles III, directed by Rupert Goold, enjoyed huge success in London last year with critically acclaimed sell-out runs at the Almeida Theatre and in the West End. It is currently on a UK-wide tour which today announces seven further dates in 2016 before transferring to Sydney. King Charles III was first produced by the Almeida Theatre and subsequently co-produced at the Wyndham’s Theatre in the West End by Sonia Friedman Productions and Stuart Thompson Productions in association with Lee Dean & Charles Diamond and Tulchin Bartner Productions. Directed by the Almeida Theatre’s artistic director Rupert Goold, King Charles III is designed by Tom Scutt, with music composed by Jocelyn Pook, lighting by Jon Clark and sound by Paul Arditti. Mike Bartlett's play explores the people underneath the crowns, the unwritten rules of our democracy, and the conscience of Britain's most famous family. Tim Pigott-Smith leads the cast on Broadway, reprising his celebrated role as King Charles III, with Anthony Calf as Mr. Stevens, Oliver Chris as William, Richard Goulding as Harry, Nyasha Hatendi as Spencer and other roles, Adam James as Mr. Evans, Margot Leicester as Camilla, Miles Richardson as James Reiss, Tom Robertson as Cootsey and other roles, Sally Scott as Sarah and other roles, Tafline Steen as Jess and Lydia Wilson as Kate. The Broadway production of King Charles III is produced by Stuart Thompson Productions, Sonia Friedman Productions and the Almeida Theatre and will run until 31st January 2016. Up Up

  • Sonia Friedman on juggling Mean Girls and Dreamgirls

    Back to News & Press Sonia Friedman on juggling Mean Girls and Dreamgirls Thursday, 6 December 2018 Throw a stone in the West End and you'll probably hit a Sonia Friedman production. With Dreamgirls , The Book of Mormon and Harry Potter and The Cursed Child among her current credits (and that really is naming just a few), the producer has a CV that speaks for itself. The 53-year-old has been described as the most powerful person in theatre by The Stage and named as one of Time's 100 most influential people. "She knows what audiences want to see, even before they do," said James Corden earlier this year. "As we spend more time on great digital experiences... we will start to crave great live experiences too. There is no one better to deliver them than Sonia Friedman." But, when speaking to BBC News, the producer plays down her own success. "These lists are great, I love it, and it's fun - for a moment. Literally a moment. And then you're back to the hard work," she says. "You're looking at me now, I've still got puffy eyes, I'm still exhausted, I'm still insecure, I'm still really worrying about what next, I still don't believe any of [the success] is real, because the thing that keeps me going is that this could end at any point. "I work on the basis that everything is going to go wrong. So that means most things don't go wrong because I'm always trying to circumvent it." The hard work Friedman refers to involves countless transatlantic trips, in order to keep her finger on the pulse of the theatre industry both on Broadway and in the West End. Indeed, one such flying visit to London early this year resulted in her seeing a show she would go on to transfer to the West End - Summer and Smoke . The play was on at the Almeida at the time, and after receiving a tip-off from her staff, Friedman used her only night off during her trip to see it. Relative to A Streetcar Named Desire or The Glass Menagerie , Summer and Smoke is one of Tennessee Williams's lesser known and more experimental plays. Set in Mississippi in summer, it tells the story of Alma, a nervy preacher's daughter, and her relationship with John - a young and angry neighbour whose scene is more sex and alcohol. "Summer and Smoke certainly doesn't belong in the top drawer of Tennessee Williams's plays," said Charles Spencer in The Telegraph when it was last performed in the West End in 2006. While critics generally praised the production itself, Michael Billington also noted in The Guardian the play was "not vintage Tennessee". Which perhaps raises the question of why it's been revived now, and indeed why Friedman earmarked it as having West End potential. "I think there's an assumption that if a Tennessee Williams play is not known, it means it's not good enough, or as good as his other works," Friedman says. "And I think what [director] Rebecca Frecknall has done is released the play through her expressionistic production. She's freed the play. "And I found it very inspiring, very moving, this play about body vs. soul, and how two people who have this incredible connection, can't come together." The latest production of the play has received a warm response from critics, with five star reviews from Time Out, The Telegraph and WhatsOnStage. So - let's get down to what a producer actually does. "I have two main roles," explains Friedman. "One is to have an idea, and to put together the creative team with the play, which might be a new play, a commission, an option, an adaptation or a revival. "The other side is the business model. The scale, the budget, the finance, the positioning, the marketing, the theatre, the timing, the scheduling, the staffing, the contracting, the negotiating." In the case of transfers, as opposed to works her company originates, Friedman says she tries not to interfere too much with the heart and soul of the original production. "I don't want to change what I've seen, because that's what I've seen and that's what I love. "My objective is for it to be even better than, more superlative, to move into the space, and for that new space to feel as natural as the original space." When she topped The Stage's power list in 2017, the newspaper's print editor Alistair Smith said the previous year's launch of Harry Potter had seen her career reach a different level. "Sonia Friedman has enjoyed a number of notable hits in recent years... but in 2016, she went stratospheric," he said. "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child was always likely to be a licence to print money. What has made it really special was that Friedman and her fellow creatives resisted the temptation to treat the production as a cash cow and created something truly magical, original and - above all - theatrical." In the US, one of Sonia's recent Broadway projects involved bringing Mean Girls to the stage - a 2004 movie starring Lindsay Lohan, which was partly based on Rosalind Wiseman's Queen Bees and Wannabes, a self-help book published in 2002. "That was really interesting to me because of the world we now live in, and social media. And how young girls are coping with the pressure to be perfect and the trolling and the bullying, even though it was set a long time before all of that," she says. "We worked with Tina Fey to update the book and that was what really excited me about the project; can a story that was so powerful to a generation before social media, still be relevant, and have the same poignancy? And it does." With so many shows to oversee, there's arguably a risk that quality is compromised. But, Friedman says: "I don't worry about quality control because that's the bit I'm involved in. "The area I miss having is that I'm less available to enjoy the good times. "I'm less available to pop in and out of the dressing rooms. To watch the shows multiple times. To go to cast drinks and parties. "And actually that's the great challenge of this phase of my career. I went into theatre to create families, to create companies, to immerse myself in other stories, and now I can't." Up Up

  • Sonia Friedman talks to Kirsty Lang for BBC Radio 4’s Front Row

    Back to News & Press Sonia Friedman talks to Kirsty Lang for BBC Radio 4’s Front Row Saturday, 26 March 2016 This year, Sonia Friedman Productions has been nominated for a total of 20 Olivier Awards across the company’s critically acclaimed productions of Hamlet, A Christmas Carol, Farinelli And The King, Oresteia and Bend It Like Beckham. Sonia Friedman has also supported the Good Chance Theatre in the Jungle camp in Calais. During her career, Sonia Friedman has worked with some of the world’s greatest actors, directors and writers on more than 140 productions. Here, Tom Stoppard, Mark Rylance and Richard Eyre share some of their memories of meeting and working with one of the West End’s most prolific and successful producers. Click here to listen to Sonia’s interview with Kirsty in full. Up Up

  • Mean Girls musical movie announced and Broadway production recoups capitalization

    Back to News & Press Mean Girls musical movie announced and Broadway production recoups capitalization Thursday, 23 January 2020 Producers of the Broadway hit Mean Girls announced today that the musical is now set to be adapted to a major motion picture from Paramount Pictures. It has also been confirmed that the Broadway production has recouped its capitalization. The producers are now in final discussions for Mean Girls to bow in London’s West End in late Spring of 2021. More details to be announced soon. Mean Girls is playing at the August Wilson Theatre (245 West 52nd Street, NYC), where it has broken multiple box office records, and across the US on a National Tour. For more information, visit . Producer Lorne Michaels said, “It has been a joy to work on Mean Girls and to watch it go from film, to musical, and now to musical film. I am very proud that Tina’s story and characters continue to resonate with new generations. We are all excited to continue to work with Sonia Friedman and her team as we prepare for London.” Tina Fey , writer of Mean Girls on screen and stage, said, “I’m very excited to bring Mean Girls back to the big screen. It's been incredibly gratifying to see how much the movie and the musical have meant to audiences. I've spent sixteen years with these characters now. They are my Marvel Universe and I love them dearly.” Said Elizabeth Raposo , President of Production for Paramount Pictures, “We’re thrilled to be bringing this iconic property back to the big screen in musical form, and look forward to sharing the Mean Girls world with longtime fans as well as a new generation of burn book enthusiasts.” Produced by Lorne Michaels , Stuart Thompson , Sonia Friedman , and Paramount Pictures , Mean Girls features a book by nine-time Emmyâ Award winner Tina Fey , based on her screenplay for the film, music by three-time Emmyâ Award winner Jeff Richmond , and lyrics by two-time Tony Awardâ nominee Nell Benjamin . Tony Awardâ winner Casey Nicholaw directs and choreographs. Cady Heron may have grown up on an African savanna, but nothing prepared her for the wild and vicious ways of her strange new home: suburban Illinois. How will this naïve newbie rise to the top of the popularity pecking order? By taking on The Plastics, a trio of lionized frenemies led by the charming but ruthless Regina George. But when Cady devises a plan to end Regina’s reign, she learns the hard way that you can’t cross a Queen Bee without getting stung. The Broadway cast of Mean Girls is currently led by Erika Henningsen as Cady Heron, Reneé Rapp as Regina George, Krystina Alabado as Gretchen Wieners, Kate Rockwell as Karen Smith, Barrett Wilbert Weed as Janis Sarkisian,Grey Henson as Damian Hubbard, Catherine Brunell as Mrs. Heron / Ms. Norbury / Mrs. George, Cheech Manohar as Kevin Gnapoor, Rick Younger as Mr. Duvall and Cameron Dallas as Aaron Samuels (through February 9th only). The cast also includes Aaron Alcaraz , Darius Barnes , Stephanie Lynn Bissonnette , Maria Briggs , Collins Conley , Cailen Fu , Devon Hadsell , Curtis Holland , Sasha Hollinger , Olivia Kaufmann , Brittany Nicholas , Pascal Pastrana , Becca Petersen , Drew Redington , Jake Swain , Riza Takahashi , Daryl Tofa , Teddy Toye , Bria Jené Williams , Gianna Yanelli and Iain Young . Mean Girls (Original Broadway Cast Recording) , produced by Atlantic Records , is now available. Up Up

  • Free Dreamgirls workshops this Half Term

    Back to News & Press Free Dreamgirls workshops this Half Term Tuesday, 17 October 2017 The workshops are included in the price of a ticket for the matinee performance on Friday 27th October. Simply select the workshop of your choice below and book online. But be quick, spaces are limited, and once they’re gone they’re gone! Dreamgirls Triple Threat Workshop Friday 27 October 11:30am – 1pm Pineapple Dance Studio, London WC2H 9JA Working with only the best West End professionals in Musical Theatre, start your Dream Day with this highly energetic workshop, where you’ll learn a song, dance routine and how to embody and portray the characters you are playing. Experience first-hand the discipline, dedication and passion required to be a real ‘Triple Threat’, before going on to watch how the professionals do it on stage. BOOK NOW Dreamgirls Dance Workshop Friday 27 October 5:30pm – 6:30pm Pineapple Dance Studio, London WC2H 9JA Take in the dazzling displays of dance at Dreamgirls, then complete your Dream Day with this exclusive dance workshop led by West End choreographer, Nicky Griffiths, who’s worked on shows such as The Bodyguard , Mamma Mia , Hairspray and Dirty Dancing . She’ll work closely with you guiding you through a routine from Dreamgirls , so you can recreate some of the magic you’ve just seen on stage. BOOK NOW *Included in the price of a Dreamgirls ticket on Friday 27 October performance only. Valid on Band A, Band B and Band C tickets. Only one free workshop place can be booked per ticket. For both workshops. it is advisable to wear comfortable clothes that you can move around in. Please arrive at least 15 minutes before the start of the workshop. Up Up

  • 1984 extends until 29 October

    Back to News & Press 1984 extends until 29 October Tuesday, 14 June 2016 Following the return of 1984 to the Playhouse Theatre last night, the booking period for the West End run has been extended until 29 October 2016. Directed by Robert Icke and Duncan Macmillan with Daniel Raggett, this year will see an entirely new cast take to the stage in George Orwell’s dystopian masterpiece. Tickets for this critically and publically acclaimed production are now on sale and available.After a sell-out international tour, George Orwell’s canonical work, adapted by Olivier Award-winner Robert Icke and Olivier Award-nominee Duncan Macmillan, began previews last night, 14 June, marking the start of a 19-week West End run. Now seen by over a quarter of a million people, this Headlong, Nottingham Playhouse and Almeida Theatre production premiered at Nottingham Playhouse in September 2013. Since opening, 1984 has played to packed houses at the Almeida Theatre, as well as throughout its two West End runs and in performances across the globe during national and international tours. April, 1984.13:00. Comrade 6079, Winston Smith, thinks a thought, starts a diary and falls in love. But Big Brother is always watching. The definitive book of the 20th century is re-examined in a radical, award-winning adaptation exploring surveillance, identity and why Orwell’s vision of the future is as relevant now as ever. 1984 is directed by Robert Icke and Duncan Macmillan with Daniel Raggett, set and costume is designed by Chloe Lamford, with lighting designed by Natasha Chivers, sound designed by Tom Gibbons and video designed by Tim Reid. George Orwell’s ‘1984’, published in 1949, is one of the most influential novels in recent history, with its chilling depiction of perpetual war, pervasive government surveillance and incessant public mind-control. Its ideas have become our ideas, and Orwell’s fiction is often said to be our reality. Up Up

  • Fiddler on the Roof extends for a final time due to public demand

    Back to News & Press Fiddler on the Roof extends for a final time due to public demand Wednesday, 26 June 2019 Trevor Nunn directs Andy Nyman (Tevye), Maria Friedman (Golde), Anita Dobson (Yente), Nicola Brown (Chava), Harriet Bunton (Hodel), Dermot Canavan (Lazar Wolf), Stewart Clarke (Perchik), Joshua Gannon (Motel), Matthew Hawksley (Fyedka), and Molly Osborne (Tzeitel), as well as Miles Barrow , Sofia Bennett , Philip Bertioli , Lottie Casserley , Elena Cervesi, Lia Cohen , Talia Etherington , Shoshana Ezequiel , Isabella Foat, Fenton Gray , James Hameed , Adam Linstead , Adam Margilewski , Robert Maskell , Robyn McIntyre , Gaynor Miles , Ellie Mullane , Tania Newton , George Olney , Craig Pinder , Valentina Theodoulou , Ed Wade and Taylor Walker in the reconfigured auditorium. ★★★★★ ‘Musically, geopolitically, emotionally, this Fiddler raises the roof.’ The Guardian Direct from its sold-out run at the Menier Chocolate Factory, Tony and Olivier award-winning director Trevor Nunn’s ‘exuberant revival’ (Daily Telegraph) of the classic Broadway musical Fiddler on the Roof is now playing in the West End for a strictly limited run. The Playhouse Theatre has been transformed into an intimate space especially for this production. ★★★★★ ‘An evening to be celebrated as a spikily poignant reminder of what it is to be human in politically dark times. Both whirlingly energetic and achingly moving, it marks itself out straight away as one of the most uplifting nights possible to be had in the West End right now.’ The Arts Desk Old traditions and young love collide in this joyous and timely celebration of life. Tevye’s daughters’ unexpected choice of husbands opens his heart to new possibilities, as his close-knit community also feel winds of change blowing through their tiny village. Featuring the iconic score including ‘Tradition’, ‘Matchmaker, Matchmaker’, ‘Sunrise, Sunset’ and ‘If I Were a Rich Man’, and featuring original choreography from Tony Award-winning Jerome Robbins alongside new choreography by Matt Cole , Fiddler on the Roof ‘bursts from the stage’ (Financial Times), bringing new life to one of the most beloved musicals of all time. Up Up


    Back to Productions TWELFTH NIGHT & RICHARD III This production began performances on 2nd November 2012 and closed on 10th February 2013. Rylance back doing what he does best. Refreshing, challenging. A crowning glory Daily Telegraph Twelfth Night Outrageous high comedy ensues as the pangs of unrequited love affect the unforgettable characters of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night. While the lovelorn Duke Orsino plots to win the heart of the mourning Olivia ( Mark Rylance ), an alliance of servants and hangers-on scheme against the high-handedness of Olivia’s steward, the pompous Malvolio ( Stephen Fry ). When Orsino engages the cross-dressed Viola ( Samuel Barnett ), who has disguised herself as a young man under the name Cesario, to plead with Olivia on his behalf, a bittersweet and hilarious chain of events follows. Richard III Richard Duke of Gloucester ( Mark Rylance ) is determined that he should wear the crown of England. He has already dispatched one king and that king’s son; now all that stands in his way are two credulous brothers and two helpless nephews – the Princes in the Tower. And woe betide those – the women he wrongs, the henchmen he betrays – who dare to raise a voice against him. Monstrous, but theatrically electric, Richard is Shakespeare’s most charismatic, self-delighting villain, revelling at every moment in his homicidal, hypocritical journey to absolute power. Star’s crooked King is a captivating crowd-pleaser Evening Standard Sonia Friedman Productions in association with Shakespeare Road Productions , 1001 Nights , Bob Bartner & Norman Tulchin , Rupert Gavin and Adam Blanshay present Shakespeare's Globe production of “TWELFTH NIGHT ” & “RICHARD III ”. His genius is in its element. Fit for a king The Independent CAST RICHARD III MARK RYLANCE – Richard III LIAM BRENNAN – Clarence/Lord Mayor PETER HAMILTON DYER – Brakenbury/Catesby PAUL CHAHIDI – Hastings/Tyrrell JOSEPH TIMMS – Lady Anne Grey TERRY MCGINTY – River/Scrivener/Blunt/Holy Man SAMUEL BARNETT – Queen Elizabeth MATT HARRINGTON – Dorset/Bishop of Ely/Guard ANGUS WRIGHT – Duke of Buckingham JETHRO SKINNER – Murderer 1/ Cardinal/Ratcliff/Halberdier/Guard COLIN HURLEY – King Edward IV/Stanley KURT EGYIAWAN – Duchess of York/Richmond MATTHEW SCHECHTER – Prince Edward HAYDN SIGNORETTI – Duke of York TWELFTH NIGHT LIAN BRENNAN – Orsino MATT HARRINGTON – Curio/Officer/Olivia's Servant KURT EGYIAWAN – Valentine/Officer SAMUEL BARNETT – Viola TERRY MCGINTY – Sea Captain/Priest COLIN HURLEY – Sir Toby Belch PAUL CHAHIDI – Maria ANGUS WRIGHT – Sir Andrew Aguecheek HAMILTON DYER – Feste Peter MARK RYLANCE – Olivia STEPHEN FRY – Malvolio PAUL CONNOLLY – Antonio John JOSEPH TIMMS – Sebastan JETHRO SKINNER – Fabian CREATIVES TIM CARROLL – Director JENNY TIRAMANI – Designer CLAIRE VAN KAMPEN – Music DAVD PLATER – Lighting


    Back to Productions LA BÊTE This production began performances on 26th June and closed on 4th September 2010. Mark Rylance is a force of nature. Step forward and claim your crown. The New York Times The hilarious action begins when an audacious princess ( Lumley ) hires a common street performer ( Rylance ) to join her royal theatre troupe. When the loud-mouthed clown meets the classically-trained troupe leader ( Pierce ), the two square off to defend their pride in a rollicking showdown for the ages. Hilarious. David Hyde Pierce is a master. He is terrific to watch. The New Yorker Hotly anticipated as this year’s must-see production, La Bête is an uproarious, Olivier Award-winning comedy by American playwright David Hirson , starring the extraordinary Tony Award-winning actor Mark Rylance (Boeing-Boeing, Jerusalem ), the wonderful Tony and Emmy Award winner David Hyde Pierce (Curtains , Niles in the smash-hit sitcom “Frasier”) and the magnificent BAFTA Award winner Joanna Lumley (Patsy in the BBC’s “Absolutely Fabulous”). This dazzling new staging is directed by the internationally acclaimed, multi-award winner Matthew Warchus (God of Carnage, Boeing-Boeing, Art, The Norman Conquest s). Written in 1991, La Bête was a huge critical success in London and won the 1992 Olivier Award for Best Comedy. Sonia Friedman Productions and Scott Landis , Roger Berlind , Robert G. Bartner/ Norman Tulchin , Bob Boyett/ Tim Levy , Roy Furman , Max Cooper , Dan Frishwasser , Bud Martin , Philip Morgaman/ Frankie J. Grande , Stephanie P.McClelland/ Hagemann-Rosenthal in association with 1001 Nights , Richard Winkler present “LA BETE ”. Brilliant. You'll never see anything quite like it again The Times CAST MARK RYLANCE – Valere DAVID HYDE PIERCE – Elomire JOANNA LUMLEY – Princess STEPHEN OUIMETTE – Bejart LISA JOYCE – Marquise-Therese Du Parc GRETA LEE – Dorine ROBERT LONSDALE – Rene Du Parc MICHAEL MILLIGAN – De Brie LIZA SADOVY – Catherine De Brie SALLY WINGERT – Madeleine Bejart CREATIVES MATTHEW WARCHUS – Director MARK THOMPSON – Designer HUGH VANSTONE – Lighting Designer CLAIRE VAN KAMPEN – Music SIMON BAKER – Sound Designer

  • First Broadway revival of Travesties announced

    Back to News & Press First Broadway revival of Travesties announced Tuesday, 15 August 2017 Roundabout Theatre Company (Todd Haimes , Artistic Director/CEO) – in association with Chocolate Factory Productions and Sonia Friedman Productions – is thrilled to announce the first Broadway revival of Tom Stoppard ’s Tony Award-winning play Travesties , direct from its hit, sold-out productions at London’s Menier Chocolate Factory (David Babani , Artistic Director) and the West End. Tony nominee Patrick Marber will return to direct the London production’s acclaimed star Tom Hollander as “Henry Carr.” Travesties will begin preview performances on Thursday, March 29, 2018 and opens officially on Tuesday, April 24, 2018. This is a limited engagement through Sunday, June 17, 2018 at the American Airlines Theatre on Broadway (227 West 42nd Street). Travesties returns to Broadway in a "near-miraculous production" of "mind-bending splendor" (New York Times). In 1917 Zurich, an artist – Tristan Tzara, a writer – James Joyce, a revolutionary – and Lenin, collide in a kaleidoscopic thrill-ride that's "wickedly playful, intensely entertaining, infectiously theatrical" (Time Out London). Roundabout reunites with playwright Tom Stoppard (Indian Ink, The Real Thing ) and director Patrick Marber (Howard Katz, After Miss Julie ) for a dazzling revival from London's Menier Chocolate Factory (Sunday in the Park with George ). The full cast and creative team will be announced soon. Up Up

  • J'Ouvert Nominated for Best Play at the Black British Theatre Awards

    Back to News & Press J'Ouvert Nominated for Best Play at the Black British Theatre Awards Wednesday, 13 October 2021 The nominees have been unveiled for this year's Black British Theatre Awards, celebrating the best in Black British Talent. Congratulations to Yasmin Joseph, Rebekah Murrell, the cast and entire creative team on their nomination for Best Play for J’Ouvert at the Harold Pinter Theatre. The BBTAs, now in their third year, will announce winners next month: returning to the elegance of the Old Finsbury Town Hall, home of its inaugural ceremony, on Sunday 21 November 2021. Up Up

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