Please take a moment to vote for one of these amazing actresses

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Today we celebrate actresses. Much congrats to all the following nominees. From freshers to postgrads, please vote for your best-but-not-actually-the-best-more-a-subjective-view-of-a-number-of-respondents actress:

Lauren Brown 

This year alone Lauren has acted in a plethora of plays which received much hype. Examples include: Miss Adelaide in Guys and Dolls, in which she ‘stole the show‘; the bride of Blood Wedding; and Edward in Edward II.

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Evie Butcher

Evie appeared in MULTIPLE roles in The Laramie Project, kicked ass in Sitcom: A Sitcom, and you may have seen her in Les Justes and A Festival of New Writing too.

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Heather Fantham

This year Heather has made a splash as Elle in Two Thirds and has also acted in Way to Heaven, Racing Demon and You Can’t Take It With You.

Lottie Franklin 

Lottie’s role as Lucy in Hell of a Life back in November wowed the audience with her hilarious ‘grating positivity‘, and this year she played Sabina in Boring Prince Bertie too.

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Megan Henson

With a huge list of shows from the past few years behind her, Megan has been in The Witches of Eastwick, Cambridge Student Showcase and acted the part of Carmen in Sweet Charity. She is a wonderful dancer and singer too.

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Jazz Jager 

Jazz gave a beautiful performance as Kate Keller in All My Sons in October; a magnificent come back after abstaining from the stage for a few years.

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Lily Lindon

You may recognise Lily from The 25th Annual Putnam Spelling Bee, Telly Visions: A Sketch Show, The Next Round or in her fully froggy glory in The Footlights Pantomime, to name but few. The girl is stunningly versatile.

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Kate Marston

Kate kicked off the year in St Joan and since then has played Isle in Spring Awakening, Anastasia in Ajax440 and Valerie in The Weir. We look forward to what the future holds!

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Katurah Morrish 

Katurah killed as Jill Morris in Equus; this year has also seen her in Henry IV part 1, The Strip, Osama the Hero, Road and Tamburlaine the Great.

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Kate Reid

Kate dabbles in both comedy and tragedy. Starting off the year as Christine in After Miss Julie, she’s also been in ETG’s Macbeth, Hear Hear, We’ll Meet Again and Cymbeline. Impressed.

Clara Strandhoj 

This year Clara acted as Fran in The Merrier and achieved high acclaim for her challenging role as Manon in Manon/Sandra.

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Laura Waldren 

The hype of the moment has been Laura’s extraordinary performance as Iago in Othello, but this year has seen her in The Marlowe Showcase, ‘Tis Pity, Ajax440, ETG’s Macbeth and Oedipus and Antigone.

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So, who is it to be?

We are still welcoming nominations for the other categories. Keep them coming to [email protected].