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Eligible shows announced for the Olivier Awards 2020

Kitty Underwood

By Kitty Underwood First Published 27 February 2020, Last Updated 3 March 2020

The momentous day has passed. Tuesday 18 February was the cut-off date for eligible productions for the Olivier Awards 2020 with Mastercard. So here’s the list of shows that are eligible to be nominated for an Olivier in the main theatre voting category this year. We’re just counting down the days until 5 April and getting more excited every minute!

To find out who’s been nominated, don’t forget to tune into the Olivier Awards Facebook Live at 1pm on 3 March. And don’t forget, if you’re itching to be there on the night, you can still get tickets to the Oliviers through Priceless.com.

Is this list giving you massive theatre fomo? Don’t panic! You can still grab tickets to all of the eligible shows below on Official London Theatre through these buttons!


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