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Hannah Waddingham has had a successful career in the London theatre, including her portrayal of Suzanne Valadon in Lautrec.
However, it is for her portrayal of the Lady of the Lake in Spamalot (a role she originated in London) and continued on Broadway, for which she is best known, and for which she received an Olivier Award nomination for her efforts. She received outstanding reviews for her portrayal of Desirée Armfeldt in Trevor Nunn's acclaimed revival of A Little Night Music, including being described by one critic as the "Joanna Lumley of musical theatre". Waddingham subsequently received a further Olivier Award nomination in 2010 for Best Actress in a Musical for her performance in Night Music.
In the summer of 2010, Waddingham played the Witch in the critically acclaimed production of Into the Woods at London's Open Air Theatre.
She originated the role of The Wicked Witch of the West in the West End production of The Wizard of Oz, which opened on 1 March 2011 at the London Palladium. She left the production on 4 September 2011 and was replaced by her understudy, Marianne Benedict. Hannah won the WhatsOnStage Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Musical for her performance.
In 2012, she starred in Chichester Festival Theatre's 2012 revival of Kiss Me, Kate. The show transferred to the Old Vic Theatre on London's South Bank in November 2012.
On television, Hannah can be seen as Septa Unella in HBO's Game of Thrones on Sky Atlantic
(Source: Fan submission, October 2015)
A year and a day after Gillian Lynne DBE sadly passed away, ‘To Gillie, With Love’ will see stars of the world of dance, theatre, film and TV come together on 2 July 2019 at London’s Gillian Lynne Theatre, to show their admiration and thanks. Already in the line-up are Sierra Boggess, Ben Forster, Linzi Hateley, Ramin Karimloo, Beverley Knight and the New Adventures Company. A special evening is in store.
Our #FirstNightTakeover series continues with Perry O'Bree attending the West End premiere (on 14 December 2017) of macabre musical masterpiece THE GRINNING MAN, which has transferred to Trafalgar Studios after its award-winning 2016 world premiere at Bristol Old Vic. In addition to capturing the creepy atmosphere and Trafalgar transformation, Perry caught up with show stars Louis Maskell, Sanne den Besten and Amanda Wilkin, as well as fellow #StageFave Hannah Waddingham, who recently recorded her own version of one of the show's songs...
As THE GRINNING MAN officially receives its West End premiere tonight (18 December 2017), let's catch up on celebrities recording their own signature takes on songs from the show... After the releases earlier this month of Alexander Armstrong, Louise Dearman and Harry Enfield's efforts, it's now the turn of Kelsey Grammer, Matt Lucas and Hannah Waddingham to put their own spins on this most gothic of new musicals...
To celebrate #LoveTheatreDay, we rounded up 20 top #StageFaves tweets that show what makes theatre so special. We’ve got lots of love, magic, inspiration, debuts, surprises and even chin-lip-synching (thank you, BOOK Of MORMON!). We think every day should be #LoveTheatreDay!
As part of our #FirstNightTakeover series, Perry O'Bree joins the Duchess of Cambridge, Morgan Freeman and other celebrities at the West End opening (on 4 April 2017) of Broadway dance extravaganza 42nd STREET. Who'd he get selfies and interviews with this time?! Video and live-tweeting here...