'I am very happy to make this website, designed by Liz, official.'
ZoŽ Wanamaker CBE
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My name's Liz, and I manage the website. For details of when and why it was created, please see the section about this website.
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ZoŽ has an official Twitter account, @ZoeWanamaker, that she runs with her PA, Vanessa. I tweet at @LizLockhart1985.


Sam Wanamaker Playhouse:
You can donate to the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, and find out more about this recreation of an indoor Jacobean theatre, on the Shakespeare's Globe website. ZoŽ, who is Honorary President of the Globe, talks about the history and significance of the project in a video by the theatre. 

Current and upcoming projects:
  • Britannia (Sky 1 and Amazon Prime Video, 2017): ZoŽ stars as Antedia, a key figure in the Celtic resistance movement, in this major, ten-part historical drama series about the Roman invasion of ancient Britain.
  • Babs (BBC One, 2017): ZoŽ portrays radical theatre director Joan Littlewood in this special, one-off drama celebrating national treasure Barbara Windsor.

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ZoŽ wins Whatsonstage.com Award!

20 February 2011 21:35

Congratulations to ZoŽ and her All My Sons co-star David Suchet!  They have been named Best Actress in a Play and Best Actor in a Play at tonight's 2011 Whatsonstage.com Awards, in recognition of their outstanding performances in Arthur Miller's drama.

All My Sons was staged at the Apollo Theatre, London, last summer.  Whatsonstage.com's coverage of the awards ceremony reveals that this hugely successful production only lost out on the Best Play Revival Award by a handul of votes, being narrowly beaten by Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.

For photos of guests at the event, including Zoe (see pictures 27-29, 41, and 60-63), visit Whatsonstage.com.  The full list of award winners can also be found there.

The Whatsonstage.com Awards are unique in the UK theatre industry in that the winners are chosen solely by theatregoers, rather than critics or other industry members, giving an indication of the popularity of performers and shows among audiences in the West End and beyond.

More details about this year's awards are available from Spotlight, the Official London Theatre Guide, BroadwayWorld.com, The Stage, BBC News, and the Guardian.

With thanks to Bethan and Nadine for their help.

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