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Nominations Announced For The 16th Annual WhatsOnStage Awards

Nominations Announced For The 16th Annual WhatsOnStage Awards

Arts, theatre
Today the WhatsOnStage Awards nominations have been announced. Nominees include Benedict Cumberbatch, Judi Dench, Bradley Cooper and Nicole Kidman. And who else? Find out with our list of all the nominees. Words: Keziah Leary, Subeditor: Tenelle Ottley-Matthew You've been nominating for the past month and now the WhatsOnStage team have announced the nominations for the 16th annual awards. Fingers crossed some of your favourite actors and shows have been nominated, and it is now you're chance to vote once again, this time for the winners of the awards. To vote you can visit the WhatsOnStage awards website, where you can also buy tickets to the star-studded ceremony which will take place on the 21st February next year. But for now, read on below for all the nominees.   Best
Burnt Review: The Eggs May Be Burnt, But Bradley Cooper’s Acting Was Well Done

Burnt Review: The Eggs May Be Burnt, But Bradley Cooper’s Acting Was Well Done

Film & TV
Why do we love Bradley Cooper? Is it his charisma when he performs on camera? Or is it his devilish charm and good looks that make us weak in the knees? He’s the guy we can't help but cheer for, even when he’s an egotistical chef set on a path of self-destruction. Words: Jason John, Subeditor: Lauren Burgess ★★★★★★★☆☆☆ Watching a film revolving around the hardships of being a chef and witnessing dishes that leave your mouth watering throughout the almost two hour run-time feels like something you would have no desire to watch, it’s almost torture. But Burnt has enlightened me. It shows what it's really like to have your hopes and dreams be crushed from your hubris and what it takes to get back on your feet. Let’s get this straight to the point, Burnt was an amazing film to see.
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