THEATRE
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2011 CINDERELLA
Beatrice
Richmond Theatre:
Christopher Dunham

2011 RAGTIME
Grandfather
Landor Theatre:
Robert McWhir

2011 THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE
Major-General Stanley
Kilworth House Theatre:
Mitch Sebastian

2011 HMS PINAFORE
Dick Deadeye
National Tour:Jeff Clarke

2011 THE SORCERER
Mrs. Partlett
National Tour: Jeff Clarke

2010 DICK WHITTINGTON
Sarah the Cook
Milton Keynes: Christopher Dunham

2010 HMS PINAFORE
Dick Deadeye
National Tour: Jeff Clarke

2009 CINDERELLA
Britney
Woking: Kevin Bishop

2009 MY FAIR LADY
Colonel Pickering
Cambridge: Russell Labey

2008 CINDERELLA
Lucinda
Wimbledon: Peter Denyer

2008 FIDDLER ON THE ROOF
The Rabbi
National Tour: Julian Woolford

2007 CINDERELLA
Susannah
Stoke On Trent: Chris Manoe

2007 42nd STREET
Bert Barry
National Tour: Mark Bramble

2006 CINDERELLA
Chantelle
Woking: Bonnie Lythgoe

2006 HMS PINAFORE
Dick Deadeye
National Tour: Jeff Clarke

2006 A LOVE LETTER TO DAN
Novello Theatre: Dougie Squires

2006 INTO THE WOODS
The Prince's Steward / Cinderella's Father
Derby Playhouse: Karen Louise Hebden

2005 THE BURGLAR'S OPERA
'Fingers' McFidget / Ebenezer Fudge etc.
The Theatre, Chipping Norton: Jeff Clarke

2002-2005 CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG
ORIGINAL CAST
2003-2005 CAST
FINAL CAST
The Commentator / Phillips
(The Toymaker / Lord Scrumptious*)
London Palladium: Adrian Noble

2002 EMINENT VICTORIANS
Cardinal Manning
Battersea Barge: Tim Heath

2001 DICK WHITTINGTON
Sarah The Cook
Watford Palace: Chris Emmett

2001 HMS PINAFORE
Dick Deadeye
Cochrane ( Covent Garden Festival);
National Tour: Jeff Clarke

2000 ALADDIN AND HIS WONDERFUL LAMP
Widow Twankey
Watford Palace, Chris Emmett

2000; 2001 THE MERRY WIDOW
Baron Zeta
Cochrane ( Covent Garden Festival);
National Tour: Jeff Clarke

1999 CINDERELLA
Polly-Esther
The Corn Exchange, Newbury: Jeff Clarke

1999 CHAPLIN
Mack Sennett
Old Fire Station, Oxford: Tommy Steele

1998; 1999 THE MIKADO
Pooh Bah
Cochrane ( Covent Garden Festival);
National Tour: Jeff Clarke

1999 ELEGIES FOR ANGELS, PUNKS AND RAGING QUEENS
Francis;
Komedia Brighton, Fenton Gray

1998 A TALE OF TWO CITIES
The Solicitor General
Theatre Royal Windsor: Bob Tomson
Alexandra Birmingham: Bob Tomson

1996; 1997 CRAZY FOR YOU
Eugene Fodor / Everett Baker
National Tour: Mike Ockrent

1995 A CHRISTMAS CAROL
Mr Fezziwig / Old Joe
(Ebenezer Scrooge*)
Theatre Royal Nottingham: Christopher G. Sandford

1993;1994;1995 JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR® DREAMCOAT
Simeon
National Tour: Stephen Pimlott

1992 THE LIGHT ENTERTAINMENT SHOW
Harpo Marx
Playhouse Theatre: Dirk Maggs

1992 MOTHER GOOSE
Squire Skinflint IV
Belgrade Theatre Coventry: Iain Lauchlan

1992;1993 ELEGIES FOR ANGELS, PUNKS AND RAGING QUEENS
Roscoe; Francis / Grant;
Kings Head / Drill Hall: Bill Russell
Criterion Theatre: Bill Russell

1992 MUSIC HALL - Players Theatre etc
Players Theatre / Hiss & Boo etc

1991;1992 SOME LIKE IT HOT
Abe Greenbaum
Churchill Bromley; National Tour
Prince Edward Theatre: Tommy Steele

1990 LUST
Everyman
Kings Head theatre Club: Mark Urquart

1990 CLUEDO
Colonel Mustard
Wimbledon Theatre; National Tour: Kit Thacker

1990 JILL DARLING
Bobby Jones
Kings Head Theatre Club: Nica Burns

1989 SINGIN' IN THE RAIN
Roscoe Dexter
London Palladium; Manchester Palace: Tommy Steele

1988 LITTLE FANNY'S REVENGE
Landlord / Callboy / Nun
The Water Rat: Aline Waites

1986 SINGIN' IN THE RAIN
Roscoe Dexter
Hippodrome, Birmingham; Tour: Tommy Steele

1985 JUST A VERSE AND CHORUS
Revue - various roles
Churchill Bromley; National Tour: Patrick McIntyre

1985 MEET ME AT THE GATE
Revue - various roles and Co-devised
Kings Head Theatre Club: Neil Lawford

1985 UNIPART TRADE SHOW
Campari
Business Theatre: Peter Reeves

1984 KATERINA
Pasha
Exeter Northcott: Stewart Trotter

1983;1984 MR CINDERS
Lumley Lancaster
Kings Head Theatre Club: Tony Craven
Fortune Theatre: Tony Craven

1982 ABSURD PERSON SINGULAR
Dick Potter
Northcott Exeter: Nick Huytner

1982 BITTER SWEET
Bertram Sellick
Northcott Exeter, Stewart Trotter

1982 A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM
Protean
Bristol Old Vic, John David

1982 THE WIZARD OF OZ
The Tinman
Derby Playhouse: Warren Hooper

1981 STOP THE ROT!
Wallie
Palace Westcliff: Chris Dunham

1981 FUNERAL GAMES
McCorquodale
Elephant Theatre: Nick Dunning

1981 JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR® DREAMCOAT
Jacob / Zebulum
Civic Chesterfield: Colin Mackintyre

1980 A NEW WAY TO PAY OLD DEBTS
Order
Edinburgh Festival: Simon Howard

1980 CINDERELLA
Baron Hardup
Capitol Aberdeen: John Hole

1980 THE CHAIRS
The Orator
Soho Poly: Andy Hinds

1979 CINDERELLA
Hairdresser / Front of Horse
Hornchurch Queen's Theatre: Paul Tomlinson

1979 SALAD DAYS
Uncle Augustine
National Tour: Charles Vance

1979 JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR® DREAMCOAT
The Baker/ Asher
Palace Westcliff: Chris Dunham

1978 BABES IN THE MAGIC WOOD
Supermog / Father Christmas
Hornchurch Queen's Theatre: Paul Tomlinson

1978 MACBETH
Angus
Hornchurch Queen's Theatre: Paul Tomlinson

1978 SEE HOW THEY RUN!
Rev Arthur Humphrey
Hornchurch Queen's Theatre: Warren Hooper

1978 SQUEAK!
Fritz Svifft
Hornchurch Queen's Theatre: Paul Tomlinson

1978 THE SECRET OF JACK THE RIPPER
Police Constable / also as DSM
Hornchurch Queens Theatr'e: Paul Tomlinson

1978 THE CRUCIBLE
Ezekiel Cheever / also as DSM
Hornchurch Queen's Theatre: John Bleasdale

[ * denotes that Graham Hoadly both understudied and played this character]

42nd STREET
Music by Harry Warren Lyrics by Al Dubin
Book by Michael Stewart & Mark Bramble

UK Productions Ltd

First Performance at the Theatre Royal Nottingham Saturday 10th March 2007

NATIONAL TOUR

Theatre Royal, Nottingham: Grand, Wolverhampton: Empire, Liverpool: Grand, Blackpool:
New, Oxford: Congress, Eastbourne: Regent, Stoke: Empire, Sunderland: Playhouse, Edinburgh:
Opera House, Manchester: New Victoria, Woking: Milton Keynes Theatre: Alhambra, Bradford:
New, Cardiff: Theatre Royal, Plymouth: His Majesty's, Aberdeen: King's, Glasgow:
Pavilion, Rhyl: Lyceum, Sheffield: Hippodrome, Bristol: New, Hull: Alexandra, Birmingham:
Mayflower, Southampton: Swan, High Wycombe: Wimbledon Theatre.


CAST

Andy Lee - Graeme Henderson
Mac - David Birch
Anytime Annie - Rebecca Marks
Maggie Jones - Shirley Jameson
Bert Barry - Graham Hoadly
Billy Lawlor - Ashley Nottingham
Peggy Sawyer - Jessica Punch
Lorraine - Danielle Corlass
Phyllis - Sarah Thornton
Julian Marsh - Paul Nicholas / Dave Willetts / Stephen McGann
Dorothy Brock - Julia J Nagle
Abner Dillon - Bruce Montague
Pat Denning - Nicholas Charters

Ensemble:

Cameron Ball, Kate Cobb, Charlotte May Davies,
Lisa Dent, Aideen Donoghue, Victoria Gavin,
Lauren Godbold, Ian Goss, Kit Gresty,
Natalie Ingham, Anthony Kirwan, Sophie Le Brun,
Daniel Smith, Hollie Sorelle, Alex Taylor,
Kirsty Lee Turner, Danielle Wheeler

PRODUCTION

Director - Mark Bramble
Musical Supervisor - Gareth Williams
Choreographer - Graeme Henderson
Set Designer - Douglas W. Schmidt
Costume Designer - Roger Kirk
Sound Designers - Jon Higson, Ross Portway
Lighting Designer - David Howe

At the Regent Theatre, Stoke-On-Trent, Dave Willetts succeeded Paul Nicholas in the role of Julian Marsh.

At the New Theatre, Cardiff, Tim Flavin succeeded Dave Willetts in the role of Julian Marsh.

At the Mayflower Theatre, Southampton, Stephen McGann succeeded Tim Flavin in the role of Julian Marsh.

PRODUCTION PHOTOGRAPHS (click on thumbnail for picture)

         

REVIEWS

" ... Double act Graham Hoadly as Bert and Shirley Jameson as Maggie are a scream. They seem to have a genuine rapport and steal the show in their scenes ... "

Review by Katharine Capocci (2007)

" ... Other standouts are Shirley Jameson as musical writer Maggie Jones whose “Keep Young and Beautiful” with Graham Hoadly’s producer Bert Barry is just one of the high spots of Act1 ... "

Clive Fuller, contributor www.bbc.co.uk

" ... We watch the boys and the girls of the chorus preparing the show Pretty Lady, encouraged by older members of the company like well-upholstered songwriter Maggie (Shirley Jameson) and fellow songwriter, Bert (a beautifully bald Graham Hoadly) ... "

Philip Key, Liverpool Daily Post

" ... The character roles of Maggie Jones and Bert Barry were expertly handled by Shirley Jameson and Graham Hoadly ... Hoadly pulled off his character with class, walking the loveable flirt/lecherous old man line to perfection ... "

Rin Simpson, Western Mail

Graham Hoadly and Shirley Jameson as Bert and writing partner Maggie support humorously.

GRAHAM'S REMINISCENCES

 

 

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