WOS TV: Full replay & speeches of the 2012 Whatsonstage.com Awards
Date: 21 February 2012
Sunday night (19 February 2012) saw the first-ever webcast of the Whatsonstage.com Awards Concert, and nearly 17,000 people tuned in for our three hours of live broadcasting from the Prince of Wales Theatre, which included a multitude of exclusive backstage interviews with the winners and many other stars.
For those of you who missed it – shame on you! – here’s footage of the crucial onstage bits: the results announcements and banter between our hosts, Sheridan Smith, Alan Davies and Jenny Eclair, as well as all the uncut acceptance speeches. There’s also Michael Ball’s talk on behalf of this year’s adopted charity Stage One.
The video replays below are divided into Act One and Act Two. The Awards webcast was brought to you with the help of our Official Video Partner, Kinura.
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