Love Never Dies has been nominated for an incredible seven awards in this year’s prestigious Laurence Olivier Awards.
The show leads the count for musical nominations, with Ramin Karimloo (The Phantom), Sierra Boggess (Christine) and Summer Strallen (Meg Giry) all in the running for the Awards, with Love Never Dies also nominated for Best New Musical.
The Laurence Olivier Awards – the most prestigious awards in London’s Theatreland – are British theatre’s most sought-after awards, having 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 the Society of London Theatre (SOLT) and its glittering awards are now the Laurence Olivier Awards in honour of the theatrical legend.
Love Never Dies‘ seven nominations are: Best New Musical; Best Actor in a Musical – Ramin Karimloo; Best Actress in a Musical – Sierra Boggess; Best Performance in a Supporting Role in a Musical – Summer Strallen; Best Lighting Design – Paule Constable; XL Video Award for Best Set Design – Bob Crowley; Best Costume Design – Bob Crowley.
Meanwhile, voting has now opened in the Olivier Awards’ ‘BBC Radio 2 Olivier Audience Award’, which allows audience members to vote for their favourite long-running show. The Phantom of the Opera is listed in this category, and you can cast your votes by clicking here.
The 2011 Laurence Olivier Awards ceremony will be held in a revamped ceremony at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane on Sunday 13 March. For more information on the Awards, and to see the full list of nominees, visit www.olivierawards.com.
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