Everything you need to follow the WhatsOnStage Awards Concert this weekend
From backstage gossip to all the winners as they are announced, make sure you know how to stay up to date
The WhatsOnStage HQ is buzzing with excitement today as our annual awards are nearly upon us! Taking place at the Prince of Wales Theatre on Sunday evening, the event will celebrate the best in theatre throughout the UK.
Hosted by Rufus Hound and Mel Giedroyc, the evening will feature performances from The Light Princess star Rosalie Craig, Wicked's Willemijn Verkaik, Drew McOnie's acclaimed dance show Drunk , Michael Xavier and Charlotte Wakefield, Once duo Declan Bennett and Zrinka Cvitešić, I Can't Sing! star Cynthia Erivo, The Water Babies' Louise Dearman and Lauren Samuels, and musical theatre favourites including Fra Fee (Candide) and Lisa-Anne Wood (Les Miserables).
This year's concert will not be streamed live, but do not fear, there will be many ways for you to keep up to date with all the goings-on on the night:
1. Be there in person! Spend the night in the company of the UK's top theatre talent in the comfort of the Prince of Wales Theatre. Rub shoulders with the nominees, witness the exclusive performances live and join in with all the fun of the awards. Tickets are available here.
2. Read the live blog - Catherine Love will be live blogging from inside the concert with up to the minute information on winners, performances and lots more from the Prince of Wales Theatre.
The link for the live blog will be posted here as soon as it goes live on Sunday.
3. Tweet Tweet
Make sure you are following us on twitter for winner announcements, photos from the pre-/post-show parties, backstage gossip and more. Join in the conversation using the hashtag #wosawards - Follow WhatsOnStage on twitter.
4. The Book of Face
5. Highlights Video
Full highlights of the awards concert including the performances, acceptance speeches and press room interviews will be posted on WhatsOnStage.com and to Youtube on Monday morning. Subscribe to our Youtube channel to be the first to know when the footage goes live.