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Maureen O'Neill in Maggie May (Finborough), Original London Cast Of Charlie and The Chocolate Factory(Theatre Royal Drury Lane) directed by Sam Mendes where she understudied Mrs Gloop, Mrs Pratchett and Cherry Sundae. Mrs Sowerberry and Mrs Bedwin in Oliver! (Leicester Curve), Bess in Scrooge (London Palladium), 1st cover Ruth Sherwood in Wonderful Town (Royal Exchange), Evita (No1 UK and European Tour), Angie in Ballroom (Waterloo East), Miss Olson in Promises Promises (Southwark Playhouse), Rita La Porta in Lucky Stiff (offie nomination best supporting actress New Union Theatre), Lady Capulet in Romeo and Juliet (Secret Cinema), Susan in Title of Show (Above the Stag), Vesta Tilly in My Fair Lady (UK no1 Tour) and Chess (Arena Tour)
Mary Poppins Returns (Disney)
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory OLC (Warner Bros)
Television and Short Film:
What about Steve (Rita Vikers)
Marie Lloyd Queen of the Music Hall (BBC 4 and Hatrick Productions)
Maggie May A hard-hitting celebration of working class life in Liverpool’s docks in the 1960s, Maggie May is the story of the doomed love affair between ‘street walker’ Maggie May Duffy and sailor Patrick Casey, the son of a union-martyr, initially reluctant but finally proud to assume his father’s mantle. Around them is a gallery of strongly-draw...
LUCKY STIFF is back in London and it's coming to the Union Theatre this September! The 1988 show about a shoe salesman trying to gain the inheritance of his late uncle will play for a month and the full cast has now been announced, led by JUDY! star Tom Elliot Reade...
Say a Little Prayer for Gabriel Vick, Daisy Maywood and Paul Robinson - or have their prayers already been answered? They get their hands on that and other classic songs from Burt Bacharach's catalogue as they lead the cast of PROMISES, PROMISES. The first London production in 20 years of the Broadway musical Bacharach wrote with Hal David and Neil Simon, based on the Billy Wilder film The Apartment, comes to Southwark Playhouse in the new year...