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The Oliviers In Concert

The Oliviers In Concert

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Celebrate four decades of award-winning musical theatre at this special concert marking the Olivier Awards' 40th anniversary. Read More >

The Oliviers In Concert celebrates the hugely prestigious annual Olivier Awards’ 40th anniversary.

The not-to-be-missed evening of stellar entertainment will feature an illustrious line-up of theatre stars including Michael Ball, Elaine Paige, Maria Friedman, Daniel Evans, Katie Brayben, John Dagleish, Scarlett Strallen and Clive Rowe who will perform songs from celebrated musicals accompanied by the renowned BBC Concert Orchestra and The Guildford School of Acting Choir. Members of the cast of Jersey Boys and Matilda The Musical will also take to the stage for this celebratory concert.

The Oliviers In Concert will be conducted by BBC Concert Orchestra’s Principal Conductor Keith Lockhart.

Organised by the Society of London Theatre, which also runs this website, the Olivier Awards were established in 1976 and have subsequently become the most respected theatre award in the UK.

This special concert is presented in partnership with BBC Concert Orchestra and BBC Radio 3, who will broadcast the concert live.

You can book tickets through us, the Olivier Awards’ official news site, above.

Please note: The line up for the concert is subject to change in exceptional circumstances.


Important Dates & Timing

Opening Night: 25/01/2016

Closing Night: 25/01/2016

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Cast & Creative


Michael Ball, Elaine Paige, Scarlett Strallen, Katie Brayben, John Dagleish, Clive Rowe, Maria Friedman, Daniel Evans, cast members from Jersey Boys and Matilda The Musical


Director - Maria Friedman, Tim Jackson

Conductor - Keith Lockhart

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