Winners of the 37th annual Olivier Awards, the UK's most prestigious stage awards, are announced this Sunday evening (28 April 2013), in a star-studded ceremony at the Royal Opera House, hosted by Hugh Bonneville and Sheridan Smith.
Founded in 1976, the Oliviers mark the culmination of awards season in Theatreland, which also includes the Evening Standard, Critics' Circle and our own Whatsonstage.com Awards - winners of which were announced in February.
Full coverage & entertainment
From 5pm on the night, Whatsonstage.com will be reporting and tweeting live from the Oliviers (using hashtag #WOSOliviers), with details of winners across all categories – including the annual Special Award given for overall career achievement, which this year is being presented to choreographer Gillian Lynne and writer Michael Frayn – as well as photo galleries, gossip, interactive discussion and in-depth analysis, capturing the event’s glitz, glamour and overall buzz.
As with last year, our team of reporters will be covering the event from multiple locations: from the auditorium with the VIP guests, from the press room with the winners and world media, from the Covent Garden Piazza where the ceremony is being screened, from the armchair at home and the Twittersphere.
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ALL AWARDS COVERAGE IS AVAILABLE VIA OUR DEDICATED
OLIVIERS’ MICROSITE – www.whatsonstage.com/oliviers