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The BRIT School enjoy success at The Olivier Awards 2018

The BRIT School enjoy success at The Olivier Awards 2018.

Our graduates were truly everywhere on Sunday 8th April at The Royal Albert Hall.

Cleve September, nominated for Best Supporting Actor, and fellow BRIT School alum Tarinn Callender who are five months into their run in Hamilton saw the show picked up seven awards on the night. 

Our very own Dan Gillespie Sells beautiful show Everybody’s talking about Jamie was nominated for five awards.

We had performers in Angels in America (Nathan Stewart-Jarrett), The Follies (Jorden Shaw and Leisha Mollyneaux), 42nd Street (Hannah- Faith Marram), Hamlet at The Almedia (Elliott Barnes-Worrell), Ink ( Pearl Chanda) and Rebecca Gee is ASM book cover working on best new play award winning The Ferryman.

Nine Musical Theatre students in the Arts Ed choir were from The BRIT School including two previous Cameron Mackintosh Bursary Award winners (pictured).

Former Director of Theatre Imogen Brodie, now a senior Director at the Young Vic was referred to by David Lan in his speech.

Meanwhile our Technical Theatre Arts students were on production placements as crew at the Royal Albert Hall for the show.

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The BRIT School for Performing Arts & Technology
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Croydon
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