Vote for Sheffield Theatres in Prestigious Whatsonstage Awards

27th January 2017

Sheffield Theatres are inviting the public to help Sheffield stay top of the league when it comes to musicals, by voting in this year's prestigious WhatsOnStage Awards for their  hugely popular productions of Show Boat and Flowers For Mrs Harris.

Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein II's five-star musical Show Boat, seen by nearly 40,000 people at the Crucible, before transferring to the West End, is nominated for three accolades; Best Musical Revival, Best Supporting Actress in a Musical for Rebecca Trehearn's portrayal of tragic singer, Julie La Verne and Best Set Design for designer Lez Brotherston. Continuing the Theatres' reputation as a leading producer of classics and vibrant new musicals, the recent heart-warming world première, Flowers For Mrs Harris, is nominated for Best Regional Production, an award previously won by Sheffield Theatres for My Fair Lady and Oliver! The WhatsOnStage Awards offer the public the opportunity to share their love of theatre and celebrate the excellence of British Theatre. To vote for Sheffield Theatres visit awards.whatsonstage.com  Voting closes on Tuesday 31 January. The winners of the 17th Annual WhatsOnStage Awards will be announced at the Awards Concert on Sunday 19 February at the West End's Prince of Wales Theatre.

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