2013 Whatsonstage Awards Nominations Now Open – Vote For Damien Molony
Nominate Damien For Travelling Light!
Nominations are now open for the 2013 Whatsonstage.com Awards, the only major theatre awards completely determined by the public vote.
Damien is probably best known for his role as Hal in BBC supernatural drama Being Human, but he has also made a big impression as a young theatre actor, earlier this year winning a prize in the prestigious 2012 Ian Charleson Awards for his performance in ‘Tis Pity She’s Whore. He played the male lead as Motl Mendl alongside Sir Antony Sher in Nicholas wright’s Travelling Light , in a long and successful run between 18 January to 2 June 2012 at the Lyttelton Theatre in London and on tour in a number of theatre venues nationally. Travelling Light was also broadcast live in cinemas across the world on 9 February 2012 as part of National Theatre Live. We recommend voting in as many categories as possible to show support in all available avenues, including the following:
Be sure to vote and spread the word for Damien to be in the nominations shortlist and up for his next well deserved award!
Nominations close 30 November with shortlists announced 7 December, voting for the final awards opens between 31 January – 17 February 2013. See Whatsonstage.com for the details and click here to book tickets to the Whatsonstage.com Awards Ceremony and Concert at Palace Theatre London 17 February next year.
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