(from the Telegraph, 3/9.)
The nominations for this year's Olivier Awards have been announced by previous nominee James McAvoy and the winner of 2014's Best Actress award, Lesley Manville.
The Young Vic received the most nominations of any theatre, with 11 including a Best Actress nod for Gillian Anderson in A Streetcar Named Desire.
Mike Bartlett's new play King Charles III, which transferred to Wyndham's from the Almeida, received six nominations, while the RSC's adaptation of Wolf Hall and Bringing Up The Bodies received five nominations.
The nominations include the four nominees for the This Morning Audience Award, the only prize voted for by the public.
The 2015 Olivier Awards take place on Sunday April 12 at the Royal Opera House, with highlights shown on ITV later that night.