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  • (September 2002) : Plays Hilary in "The Woman Who Cooked Her Husband" play by Debbie Isitt (New Ambassadors Theater, London, England, UK).
  • (April 2, 2005) Appeared as a guest on Jonathan Ross's show on BBC Radio 2 on Saturday
  • (2002 - 2007) Played the part of Mrs Naughtie, the housekeeper/cleaning woman in the BBC Radio comedy "Hamish & Dougal: You'll Have Had Your Tea" with Barry Cryer, Graeme Garden and Jeremy Hardy.
  • (1973) She acted in Edward Bond's play, "The Pope's Wedding," at the Northcott Theatre in Exeter, England with Nick Brimble and Bob Peck in the cast. John Dove was director.
  • (1979) She acted in Alan Ayckbourn's play, "Joking Apart," at the Globe Theatre in London, England with Christopher Cazenove, Julian Fellowes, and Marcia Warren in the cast. Alan Ayckbourn was also director.
  • (1969) Played Sandy in "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie" based on the novel by Muriel Spark - Lincoln
  • (2008 - 2009) Played the lead Connie in a play Enjoy (by Alan Bennett) at Theatre Royal Bath from 12-30 August 2008, then on to national tour from September - November 2008 in Salford, Oxford, Malvern, Brighton, Cardiff, Chicester, Cambridge, Bimingham and Richmond. Then it was transfered to London West End at Gielgud Theatre from 27 January - 16 May 2009.
  • (1969) She played Mary in the Lincoln Theatre Company production of Lincoln Cycle of Mystery Plays at the Lincoln Cathedral in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England with Brian Tree, Brian Protheroe, Howard Lloyd Lewis, Martin Duncan, and Annabel Scase in the cast. Clare Venables and Rhys McConnochie were directors.
  • (1970) She acted in Tom Taylor's play, "The Ticket of Leave Man," in a Lincoln Theatre Company production at the Lincoln Theatre Royal in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England with Howard Lloyd Lewis, Ron Hackett, Neil McLauchlan, Derek Fuke, Martin Duncan, Brian Protheroe, and Clare Venables in the cast. Philip Hedley and Clare Venables were director.
  • (1997) She acted in a Peter Hall Company production of John Vanbrugh's play, "The Provok'd Wife," at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Michael Pennington, Alan Dobie, Victoria Hamilton, Clara Swinburne, Janine Duvitski, Andrwe Woodall, and Tim McInnerny in the cast. Lindsay Posner was director.
  • (1983) She acted in David Edgar's play, "Maydays," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Barbican Theatre in London, England with Antony Sher, John Shrapnel, and Bob Peck in the cast. Ron Daniels was director.
  • (1980) She performed in the pantomime, "The Amusing Spectacle of Cinderella and Her Naughty Naughty Sisters," at the Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith, London, England with Lesley Duff, Eleanor Bron, Ian Bartholomew, James Saxton, Susan Jameson, Martin Duncan, and Deborah Findlay in the cast. Martin Duncan and John Dover were directors.
  • (1996) She acted in JB Priestley's play, "When We Are Married," in a 1996 Chichester Festival Production at the Savoy Theatre in London, England with Leo McKern, Dawn French, Annette Badland, Paul Copley, Shirley Anne Field, and Roger Lloyd Pack in the cast. Jude Kelly was director.
  • (1969) She acted in Gardiner's musical stage adaptation of Lewis Carroll's novel, "Alice Through the Looking Glass," at the Lincoln Theatre Royal in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England with Yvonne Edgell, Jennifer Lilleystone, Martin Duncan, Brian Protheroe, John Halstead, Rhys McConnochie, and Howard Lloyd Lewis in the cast. Philip Hedley was director.
  • (1973) She acted in Edward Bond's play, "The Pope's Wedding," at the Northcott Theatre in Exeter, Devon, England with Bob Peck and Nick Brimble in the cast. John Dove was director.
  • (January 1988 to June 1988; August 1988 to December 1988) He acted in the British National Theatre Repertoire Season at the Cottesloe Theatre, Lyttelton Theatre, and Olivier Theatre in London, England in John Ford's play, "'Tis A Pity She's A Whore;" Alan Ayckbourn's play, "A Small Family Business;" Athol Fugard's play, "A Place with the Pigs;" William Shakespeare's plays, "Antony and Cleopatra," "Cymbeline," "The Tempest," and "The Winter's Tale;" Ben Jonson's play, "Bartholomew Fair;" Tennessee Williams's play, "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof;" play, "Countrymania;" A.R. Gurney's play, "Entertaining Strangers;" David Hare's plays, "Fanshen," and "Secret Rapture;" Brian Friel's plays, "Fathers and Sons," and "Making History;" Lope De Vega's play, "Fuente Ovejuna;" Adrian Mitchell's play, "Love Songs of World War III;" Harold Pinter's play, "Mountain Language;" Nicholas Wright's play, "Mrs Klein;" Arnold Wesker's play, "Roots;" Caroline Chapmans' play, "Russell of the Times;" Alan Bennett's play, "Single Spies;" Thomas Middleton's play, "The Changeling;" August Strindberg and John Osborne's play, "The Father;" the play, "The Magic Olypmical Games;" David Wood's play, "The Pied Piper;" the play, "The Shaughraum;" Nick Ward's play, "The Strangeness of Others;" Nick Darke's play, "Ting Tang Mine;" and Samuel Beckett's play, "Waiting for Godot;" with Polly Adams, John Alderton, Francesca Annis, Eileen Atkins, Robin Bailey, Jill Baker, David Bamber, Jim Barclay, Gillian Barge, Alan Bennett, Richard Bonneville, Jim Broadbent, Michael Bryant, David Burke, Simon Callow, Ian Charleson, Garry Cooper, Jonathan Cullen, Judi Dench, Sally Dexter, Paola Dionisotti, Russell Dixon, Lindsay Duncan, Nick Dunning, Robert Eddison, Ralph Fiennes, Susan Fleetwood, Mick Ford, Clive Francis, Michael Gambon, Henry Goodman, Rupert Graves, George Harris, Tony Haygarth, Guy Henry, Anthony Hopkins, Colin Jeavons, Barbara Jefford, Paul Jesson, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Mark Lockyer, Steven Mackintosh, Maggie McCarthy, Alec McCowen, Sylvester McCoy, Sarah Miles, Stephen Moore, Richard Pasco, Tim Pigott-Smith, Eric Porter, Stephen Rea, Moira Redmond, Miranda Richardson, Anton Rodgers, Mark Rylance, Leslie Sands, Prunella Scales, Paul Shelley, Kate Spiro, Ken Stott, Sian Thomas, Niall Tobin, Bridget Turner, Philip Voss, Julian Wadham, Zoe Wanamaker, John Wells, Penelope Wilton and Peter Woodward in the cast.
  • (January 1988 to June 1988; August 1988 to December 1988) She acted in the British National Theatre Repertoire Season at the Cottesloe Theatre, Lyttelton Theatre, and Olivier Theatre in London, England in John Ford's play, "'Tis A Pity She's A Whore;" Alan Ayckbourn's play, "A Small Family Business;" Athol Fugard's play, "A Place with the Pigs;" William Shakespeare's plays, "Antony and Cleopatra," "Cymbeline," "The Tempest," and "The Winter's Tale;" Ben Jonson's play, "Bartholomew Fair;" Tennessee Williams's play, "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof;" play, "Countrymania;" A.R. Gurney's play, "Entertaining Strangers;" David Hare's plays, "Fanshen," and "Secret Rapture;" Brian Friel's plays, "Fathers and Sons," and "Making History;" Lope De Vega's play, "Fuente Ovejuna;" Adrian Mitchell's play, "Love Songs of World War III;" Harold Pinter's play, "Mountain Language;" Nicholas Wright's play, "Mrs Klein;" Arnold Wesker's play, "Roots;" Caroline Chapmans' play, "Russell of the Times;" Alan Bennett's play, "Single Spies;" Thomas Middleton's play, "The Changeling;" August Strindberg and John Osborne's play, "The Father;" the play, "The Magic Olypmical Games;" David Wood's play, "The Pied Piper;" the play, "The Shaughraum;" Nick Ward's play, "The Strangeness of Others;" Nick Darke's play, "Ting Tang Mine;" and Samuel Beckett's play, "Waiting for Godot;" with Polly Adams, John Alderton, Francesca Annis, Eileen Atkins, Robin Bailey, Jill Baker, David Bamber, Jim Barclay, Gillian Barge, Alan Bennett, Richard Bonneville, Jim Broadbent, Michael Bryant, David Burke, Simon Callow, Ian Charleson, Garry Cooper, Jonathan Cullen, Judi Dench, Sally Dexter, Paola Dionisotti, Russell Dixon, Lindsay Duncan, Nick Dunning, Robert Eddison, Ralph Fiennes, Susan Fleetwood, Mick Ford, Clive Francis, Michael Gambon, Henry Goodman, Rupert Graves, George Harris, Tony Haygarth, Guy Henry, Anthony Hopkins, Colin Jeavons, Barbara Jefford, Paul Jesson, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Mark Lockyer, Steven Mackintosh, Maggie McCarthy, Alec McCowen, Sylvester McCoy, Sarah Miles, Stephen Moore, Richard Pasco, Tim Pigott-Smith, Eric Porter, Stephen Rea, Moira Redmond, Miranda Richardson, Anton Rodgers, Mark Rylance, Leslie Sands, Prunella Scales, Paul Shelley, Kate Spiro, Ken Stott, Sian Thomas, Niall Tobin, Bridget Turner, Philip Voss, Julian Wadham, Zoe Wanamaker, John Wells, Penelope Wilton and Peter Woodward in the cast.
  • (1988) She acted in Tennessee Williams's play, "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," in a British National Theatre production at the Lyttelton Theatre in London, England with Lindsay Duncan, Ian Charleson, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Eric Porter, and Henry Goodman in the cast. Howard Davies was director.
  • (1982) She acted in Evelyn Waugh's play, "A Handful of Dust," in a Shared Experience Production at the Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith, London, England with Nick Dunning, Ann Firbank, Angharad Rees, Sam Dale, Lorna Heilbron, Philip Voss, and Holly Wilson in the cast. Mike Alfreds was director.
  • (1993) She acted in Scott McPherson's play, "Marvin's Room," at the Hampstead Theatre in London, England with Ian Gelder, Phyllis Logan, and Aidan Gillen in the cast.
  • (January 1992 - January 1993) She acted in the Royal National Theatre repertoire season at the Laurence Olivier Theatre, Cottesloe Theatre and Lyttelton Theatre all in London, England in Alan Bennett and Kenneth Grahame's play, "The Wind in the Willows;" David Hare's plays, "Racing Demon," "Murmuring Judges;" Dario Fo's play, "The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui;" Tennessee Williams' play, "The Night of the Iguana;" Edward Bond's play, "The Sea;" Alan Bennett's play, "The Madness of King George III;" Tony Kushner's play, "Angels in America;" Anton Chekhov's play, "Uncle Vanya;" Arvind Sharma's play, "The Little Clay Cart;" Frederico Garcia Lorca's play, "Blood Wedding;" George Farquhar's play, "The Recruiting Officer;" George Bernard Shaw's play, "Pygmalion;" Moliere's play, "Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme;" Jim Cartwright's play, "The Rise and Fall of Little Voice;" Robert Lepage's play, "Needles and Opium;" Lope De Vega's play, "Fuente Ovejuna;" William Shakespeare's plays, "A Midsummer's Night Dream;" Tony Harrison's play, "Square Rounds;" J.B. Priestley's play, "An Inspector Calls;" Bruno Schulz's play, "The Streets of Crocodiles;" "Kings" play; Keith Waterhouse's play, "Billy Liar;" "Dragon" play;" "Stages" play;" Giorgio Strehler's play, "Le Baruffe Chiozotte;" Franco Zeffirelli's play, "Sei Personaggi In Cerca D'Autore;" Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein's musical, "Carousel;" and Pierre De Marivaux's play "The Game of Love and Chance;" with Keith Allen, Annabel Arden, Tony Armatrading, Eileen Atkins, Annette Badland, Robin Bailey, Frances Barber, Gillian Barge, Desmond Barrit, Alan Bates, Trevor Baxter, Steven Beard, Stephen Beckett, Stefan Bednarczyk, Duncan Bell, Michael Bryant, Suzanne Burden, Anthony Calf, Sean Chapman, Kenneth Cranham, Marcus D'Amico, Janet Dale, Phil Daniels, Joanna David, Janie Dee, Judi Dench, Reece Dinsdale, Paola Dionisotti, Anita Dobson, Kate Duchene, Janine Duvitski, Alphonsia Emmanuel, Serena Evans, Tenniel Evans, Alison Fiske, Rupert Frazer, Maria Friedman, Christopher Good, Henry Goodman, Rupert Graves, Susannah Harker, Nigel Hawthorne, Michael Hayden, Mark Heap, David Horovitch, Jane Horrocks, Alan Howard, Celia Imrie, Harold Innocent, Alex Jennings, Karl Johnson, Darlene Johnson, Rachel Joyce, Charles Kay, Sara Kestelman, Jeffery Kissoon, Peter Laird, James Laurenson, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Vicky Licorish, Mark Lockyer, Alan MacNaughtan, Rosemary Martin, Maggie McCarthy, Helen McCrory, Ian McKellen, Janet McTeer, Ben Miles, Iain Mitchell, Alfred Molina, Paul Moriaty, Katrina Murphy, Joseph Mydell, Joseph O'Conor, Richard Pasco, Patrick Pearson, Pete Postlethwaite, Caroline Quentin, Celestine Randall, Nick Reding, Joanna Riding, Terence Rigby, David Ross, Patricia Routledge, Clive Rowe, Patsy Rowlands, Enrico Maria Salerno, Adrian Scarborough, Cyril Shaps, Lesley Sharp, Antony Sher, Timothy Spall, Maggie Steed, Jo Stone-Fewings, Ken Stott, Mark Strong, David Thewlis, Ben Thomas, Sian Thomas, Harry Towb, James Villiers, Julian Wadham, June Watson, Samuel West, Benjamin Whitrow, and Marjorie Yates in the company,
  • (2005) She acted in Simon Mendes Da Costa's play, "Losing Louis," at the Hampstead Theatre in London, England with Lynda Bellingham, Emma Cunniffe, Jason Durr, David Horovitch and Brian Protheroe in the cast.

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