Life of Pi features in The Times top five plays of 2019, whist adaptor Lolita Chakrabarti makes The Stage Top 100

What a great way to finish a great year! Life of Pi was featured in The Times top five plays of 2019, Whatsonstage listed it as one of their top ten favourite shows of 2019 and the BBC, The Observer and The Financial Times all listed Life of Pi as one of the shows you don’t want to miss in 2020, when it transfers to … Continue reading Life of Pi features in The Times top five plays of 2019, whist adaptor Lolita Chakrabarti makes The Stage Top 100

Life of Pi nominated for Whatsonstage and The Stage Awards

The phenomenal Life of Pi has been nominated for two Whatsonstage Awards including Best Play and received The Stage Award nomination for Achievement in technical theatre. The Stage Awards 2020 shortlist: Achievement in technical theatre Sheffield Theatres’ creative and production team for its work on Life of Pi Some questioned how Yann Martel’s bestselling book of a boy stranded on a boat with a Bengal … Continue reading Life of Pi nominated for Whatsonstage and The Stage Awards

Waitress star Olivia Moore scoops Rising Star Award at this year’s West End Wilma Awards

The ceremony took place on 10 November at Café de Paris in the West End of London. Waitress swept the board with four awards, including Best West End Show, Best Take Over In A Role (Lucie Jones) and Best Performer In A West End Show (Marisha Wallace). This year’s winners… Best Touring ProductionSponsored by The Orchard Theatre, DartfordWINNER: Kinky BootsAvenue QHairGrease Best Cabaret/Solo PerformanceSponsored by Royal Vauxhall … Continue reading Waitress star Olivia Moore scoops Rising Star Award at this year’s West End Wilma Awards

Life of Pi, adapted by Lolita Chakrabarti, scoops four UK Theatre Awards

The UK Theatre Awards 2019, which celebrate achievement in regional theatre, took place at London’s Guildhall on October 27. They were hosted by Jodie Prenger and saw Sheffield Theatres take home the most awards, winning in all of the five categories it was nominated. Four of these prizes were for Life of Pi, while other shows to win on the night included Equus produced by English … Continue reading Life of Pi, adapted by Lolita Chakrabarti, scoops four UK Theatre Awards