WhatsOnStage Awards: Harry Potter play leads nominations
The smash hit Harry Potter stage play has received 11 nominations ahead of next year's WhatsOnStage Awards - more than any other production.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is up for best play, while five of its cast members have also been shortlisted.
Glenn Close, Ralph Fiennes, Billie Piper and Sheridan Smith are among the other actors in contention for prizes.
The annual theatre awards, which are decided by a public vote, will be presented in London on 19 February.
Based on an original story by JK Rowling, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child has been a sold-out success since opening in... read more
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