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Cush Jumbo to host The Stage Debut Awards with presenters including Rosalie Craig and Mark Gatiss

Cush Jumbo. Photo: Alex Brenner
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Cush Jumbo is to return as host of The Stage Debut Awards, in association with Access Entertainment, for the second year running.

Presenters include Rosalie Craig, Mark Gatiss and Brenda Edwards.

Others lined up to present at the ceremony, on September 15, include Jenna Russell, Marianne Elliott, Jonathan Bailey, Giles Terera and Inua Ellams.

There will also be performances from Rachel Tucker, who will sing a song from Come from Away, and Amara Okereke, who won The Stage Debut Awards’ best actress prize in 2018.

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Jumbo said: “I’m thrilled to be asked to host The Stage Debut Awards for a second time. It’s been fantastic to see the careers of past nominees and winners exploding on to our stages in such a huge way and I can’t wait to meet this year’s stars of tomorrow.”

The Stage Debut Awards will be live-streamed on The Stage’s Facebook page from 8.50pm on September 15.

Nominees for the awards include Joseph star Jac Yarrow, actor and director Tyrone Huntley and playwright Morgan Lloyd Malcolm.

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