Roy Hudd Tour Dates

Comic actor, walking encyclopaedia on all things to do with Music Hall and star of radio's longest-running comedy series, Radio 2's satirical swipe at current affairs, The News Huddlines. Roy's career on radio began in 1959 and he was soon appearing on television and in the theatre. In 2004 he appeared on Celebrity Mastermind where his specialist subject was Music Hall comedian Dan Leno. He has written many books on the subject. He is a Lawrence Olivier Award winning performer and was made an OBE in 2004. In 2010 Roy received an Honorary degree of Doctor of Letters from Westminster University.

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Past Events

Here are the most recent UK tour dates we had listed for Roy Hudd. Were you there?

  • An Afternoon With Roy Hudd
    Sheerness, The Criterion Blue Town
  • British Music Hall's Day By The Sea 2018 Roy Hudd, Wyn Calvin, Johnnie Casson, Mark Wynter, Jan Hunt…
    Eastbourne, Royal Hippodrome Theatre
  • Roy Hudd Jan Hunt, Andy Eastwood, Van Buren and Allyson, Maggie O'Hara, The Martyn St James Orchestra
    Coventry, Belgrade Theatre
  • British Music Hall's Day By The Sea 2017 Roy Hudd, Wyn Calvin, Daniel Dean, New Foxtrot Serenaders, Helen Shapiro…
    Eastbourne, Royal Hippodrome Theatre
  • In Conversation Roy Hudd
    Bristol, The Watershed
  • Slapstick's Silent Comedy Gala Rory Bremner, Roy Hudd, The Bristol Ensemble, European Silent Screen Virtuosi
    Bristol, Colston Hall
  • Mother Goose Roy Hudd
    London, Wilton's Music Hall
  • Roy Hudd
    Guildford, Yvonne Arnaud Theatre And Mill Studio
  • Roy Hudd / Debbie Hudd
    Southwold, Southwold Arts Centre
  • Follies In Concert Christine Baranski, Christopher Biggins, Alistair Brammer, Anita Dobson, Alex Hanson…
    London, Royal Albert Hall