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Roy Hudd

 
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Stage Credits

  [West End]
Original London Production, 1982
Performer

Writing

Bookwriter


Roy Hudd Awards and Nominations

 
Olivier Awards - 1982 - Actor of the Year in a Musical Gold Star
Roy HuddUnderneath The Arches
 
Olivier Awards - 1982 - Musical of the Year
Roy HuddUnderneath The Arches
 
Olivier Awards - 1978 - Performance of the Year in a Musical
Roy Hudd, Oliver!

Roy Hudd News

NATURALLY INSANE! THE LIFE OF DAN LENO to Premiere at the Criterion Theatre Photo NATURALLY INSANE! THE LIFE OF DAN LENO to Premiere at the Criterion Theatre
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 5, 2021

Naturally Insane! The Life of Dan Leno will premiere at the Criterion Theatre on Monday November 15 with two very special performances. Comedian, TV star and radio presenter Steve Royle stars as Dan Leno while comedian and actor John Thomson will guest star in the cameo role of Herbert Beerbohm Tree.

Delfont Mackintosh Theatres William Village To Succeed Richard Johnston Photo Delfont Mackintosh Theatres William Village To Succeed Richard Johnston
by Stephi Wild - Oct 15, 2020

It is today announced (15 October 2020) that after sixteen and a half years as Chief Executive of Delfont Mackintosh Theatres (DMT), Richard Johnston confirms his retirement from April 2021. Johnston's successor, William Village, will be coming to run DMT from Regent's Park Theatre where he has been the Executive Director since 2003. 

Stage and Screen Actor Roy Hudd Dies at Age 83 Photo Stage and Screen Actor Roy Hudd Dies at Age 83
by Stephi Wild - Mar 16, 2020

According to BBC, actor and comic Roy Hudd has passed away at age 83.

NATURALLY INSANE! THE LIFE OF DAN LENO Will Have its West End Premiere Photo NATURALLY INSANE! THE LIFE OF DAN LENO Will Have its West End Premiere
by Stephi Wild - Feb 18, 2020

The amazing life and tragic demise of music hall legend Dan Leno is being celebrated in an unmissable production making its West End debut in April.

BWW Review: A WOMAN OF NO IMPORTANCE, Richmond Theatre Photo BWW Review: A WOMAN OF NO IMPORTANCE, Richmond Theatre
by Aliya Al-Hassan - Sep 18, 2019

After the broad success of his year-long Oscar Wilde Season, Classic Spring's Dominic Dromgoole has brought the first play in that series, A Woman Of No Importance, on a national tour that kicks off Richmond Theatre's new season this week.

Photo Flash:  Classic Spring Presents UK Tour Of A WOMAN OF NO IMPORTANCE Photo Photo Flash: Classic Spring Presents UK Tour Of A WOMAN OF NO IMPORTANCE
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 9, 2019

Classic Spring presents A Woman of No Importance which embarks on a UK tour this Autumn, following its success in London's West End.

A WOMAN OF NO IMPORTANCE Comes to Theatre Royal Brighton Photo A WOMAN OF NO IMPORTANCE Comes to Theatre Royal Brighton
by Stephi Wild - Aug 16, 2019

Following the success in London's West End, Classic Spring's A Woman of No Importance will embark on a major UK tour this Autumn. The show heads to Theatre Royal Brighton from Monday 23 a?" Saturday 28 September.

Full Casting Announced For Classic Spring's  A WOMAN OF NO IMPORTANCE On Tour Photo Full Casting Announced For Classic Spring's A WOMAN OF NO IMPORTANCE On Tour
by Stephi Wild - Aug 12, 2019

An earnest young American woman, a louche English lord and an innocent young chap join a house party of fin de siècle fools and grotesques. Nearby a woman lives, cradling a long-buried secret. In A Woman of No Importance, Oscar Wilde's marriage of glittering wit and Ibsenite drama created a vivid new theatrical voice.

Tour Dates Announced For Classic Spring's A WOMAN OF NO IMPORTANCE Photo Tour Dates Announced For Classic Spring's A WOMAN OF NO IMPORTANCE
by Stephi Wild - Jul 8, 2019

An earnest young American woman, a louche English lord and an innocent young chap join a house party of fin de siecle fools and grotesques. Nearby a woman lives, cradling a long-buried secret. In A Woman of No Importance, Oscar Wilde's marriage of glittering wit and Ibsenite drama created a vivid new theatrical voice.

Linda Thompson Celebrates Music of English Music Hall with 'My Mother Doesn't Know I' Photo Linda Thompson Celebrates Music of English Music Hall with 'My Mother Doesn't Know I'm On the Stage'
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Sep 25, 2018

Linda Thompson's career began in the much beloved late '60s/early '70s British folk-rock scene, when she went by the name Linda Peters. At first, she was mostly a session singer and a part of a short-lived duo with Paul McNeill with whom she released two singles, in 1968 and 1969. McNeill happened to be friends with Sandy Denny, and soon so was Linda. She became one of the “supergroup” of musician friends related to Fairport Convention for the 1972 The Bunch album, a side project of sorts that highlighted rock hits of the '50s. The album's single featured Linda and Sandy covering the Everly Brothers' “When Will I Be Loved.” Also in 1972 Linda married Richard Thompson; she and Sandy can be found in the credits for his solo debut, Henry the Human Fly. Beginning in 1974, albums started appearing by Richard & Linda Thompson, winding up with 1982's classic Shoot Out the Lights — which also signaled the end of their marriage.


Roy Hudd Frequently Asked Questions

How many Broadway shows has Roy Hudd been in?
Roy Hudd has not appeared on Broadway.

How many West End shows has Roy Hudd been in?
Roy Hudd has appeared on London's West End in 1 shows.

What was Roy Hudd's first West End show?
Roy Hudd's first West End show was Underneath the Arches which opened in 1982

What awards has Roy Hudd been nominated for?
Actor of the Year in a Musical (Olivier Awards) for Underneath The Arches Musical of the Year (Olivier Awards) for Underneath The Arches and Performance of the Year in a Musical (Olivier Awards) for Oliver! .

What awards has Roy Hudd won?
Actor of the Year in a Musical (Olivier Awards) for Underneath The Arches.

How many shows has Roy Hudd written?
Roy Hudd has written 1 shows including Underneath the Arches (Bookwriter).