NEWS: Mates Mark Shenton & Terri Paddock join Curtain Up Oliviers broadcast

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The Curtain Up Show on Resonance FM returns to the heart of London’s West End on Friday 7 April 2017 for a live Olivier Awards 2017 Special in association with TodayTix!

Less than 48 hours before the most prestigious event in the UK’s theatrical calendar, Tim McArthur and Nathan Matthews will be chatting to cast and creatives from some of this year’s Olivier nominated productions, including Charlie StempEmma Williams and Ian Bartholomew from Half A Sixpence, in front of a live studio audience!

They’re also delighted to welcome back, for a third year running, leading industry commentators and MyTheatreMates co-founders Mark Shenton and Terri Paddock, who will be sharing their personal predictions!

Mark Shenton & Terri Paddock talking Oliviers on the CurtainUp show

Michael Xavier (currently starring in Sunset Boulevard at the Palace Theatre on Broadway) and Henry Lewis and Jonathan Sayer (currently starring in The Play That Goes Wrong at the Lyceum Theatre on Broadway) have also recorded interviews for the broadcast.

Free audience tickets for the broadcast will be available via a Ticket Lottery in the TodayTix app between Friday 31 March and Wednesday 5 April.

So, join Tim and Nathan for The Curtain Up Show Olivier Awards 2017 Special in association with TodayTix on Friday 7 April from 3.30pm – 5.00pm. Tune in online (resonancefm.com), on DAB digital, or on Resonance 104.4fm.

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