|2021 Date||4 April 2021|
Laurence Olivier Awards History
The Laurence Olivier Awards seek to recognise excellence in professional theatre. This day honours those who exceed expectations and perform at a high level. A range of categories is covered including plays, dance, musicals, and opera. Judges consist of a team of professional panelists put together by the Society of London Theatre. Depending on the category, members of the public may also vote for nominees.
The Laurence Olivier Awards were established in 1976 by the Society of London Theatre. They were originally called the Society of West End Theatre Awards but were renamed in 1984 in honour of British actor Laurence Olivier. They are observed annually near the beginning of April.
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