The life and work of award-winning playwright Pam Gems will be celebrated at a memorial service in London this Sunday, 3 July 2011.
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Award-winning British playwright Pam Gems has died, aged 85.
A pioneering and passionate playwright, Pam Gems became best known for her biographical plays about strong women. Her most famous play is Piaf, written for the RSC in 1978 and recently revived by Jamie Lloyd at the Donmar Warehouse starring Elena Roger.
EVENING STANDARD THEATRE AWARDS – Best Play Winners, 1955 to present
OLIVIER AWARDS – Best Play Winners
The Society of London Theatre has announced this year’s Olivier Award nominations. The nominations promise to provide plenty of news speculation, with David Tennant passed over for Best Actor in Hamlet due to his back problems and Kenneth Branagh also overlooked for his role in Ivanov. The prestigious theatre awards, named after Laurence Olivier, provide an annual boost to London Theatre – although with the recent announcement of record box office figures for 2008 it seems the West End is doing pretty well on its own. La Cage Aux Folles has gained seven nominations, including best musical revival, and best …
TONY AWARDS 1999
OLIVIER AWARDS 1998
TONY AWARDS 1997
OLIVIER AWARDS 1997
EVENING STANDARD THEATRE AWARDS 1996
OLIVIER AWARDS 1993
THE SOCIETY OF WEST END THEATRE AWARDS 1977
Piaf starring Elena Rodger at the Donmar -review