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What time does the Olivier Awards start tonight and can I watch it on tv?


THE Olivier Awards are back in London this year as stage stars prepare for a night of glamour and prestige.

This is what you need to know about watching the ceremony live from your home.

The Olivier Awards return in 2022

What time is the Olivier Awards on tonight?

The official awards night will kick off at 4.30pm and there are various ways on how to follow it live.

At 4.30pm, the Official London Theatre Youtube Channel will broadcast information till 5.30pm from the Royal Albert Hall.

Hosts Emma B, Angellica Bell, Frank DiLella and Anita Rani will be chatting to nominees and guests as they arrive at the event.

The ceremony will start at 5.30pm, and you can tune in to Magic Radio to listen to Ruthie Henshall and Alice Arnold take you through the event live.

Jason Manford will be hosting the ceremony live on stage.

If you want to experience the ceremony live, you might still be able to purchase yourself tickets from Priceless.com.

Can I watch the Olivier Awards on TV?

Highlights of the night will be broadcasted on ITV at 10.15pm.

They will also be available to watch at anytime you like on the ITV Player.

So do not stress if you want an early night or have to miss the 10.15pm broadcast, there are still ways to watch the prestigious theatre awards and shows that come with it.

Who will be attending the Olivier Awards?

The five Mastercard Best New Musical nominees will all perform at the show.

These are Back To The Future – The Musical, The Drifters Girl, Frozen, Get Up Stand Up!, The Bob Marley Musical and Moulin Rouge! The Musical.

There will be a tribute to the late Stephen Sondheim, who was a theatre composer and lyricist that passed away in 2021.

Performances from the three Magic Radio Best Musical Revival nominees will also be made.

These are Anything Goes, Cabaret and Spring Awakening while a perfromce from Life Of Pi will feature too.

Stars featuring in tonight’s event are Jade Anouka, Baroness Dame Floella Benjamin, Don Black, Anne-Marie Duff, Noma Dumezweni, Tom Felton, Kit Harington, Max Harwood, Cassidy Janson, Beverley Knight, Bonnie Langford, Miriam-Teak Lee, Oti Mabuse, Dame Arlene Phillips, Jonathan Pryce, Keala Settle, Dr Ranj Singh, Giles Terera, Sam Tutty, Eric Underwood and Layton Williams.

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