Pull up a chair and have a laugh as Judith Hibbert pays tribute to some of England’s greatest Stars including Julie Andrew, Joyce Grenfell, Gracie Fields and more.
We have received cards and comments praising our luncheon event at Tally Ho on May 25th 2015. I would like to thank you for your Artistic expertise in making it a memorable occasion.
Our members are of a certain age and appreciated the characters you portrayed. It is always good to see happy faces and the enjoyment shown. May I wish you every success in the future and thank you once again on behalf of our committee."
Birmingham Federation of Townswomen’s Guilds
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Judith Hibbert has worked extensively in TV, theatre, musicals, cabaret and pantomime. She played a mean Mrs Mullin the West Yorkshire Playhouse production of 'Carousel' and prior to this, touring in 'Dr Who' with the late Jon Pertwee playing the villainous Madame Delilah. She joined the National Revue Company in 'How Was It For You, Dear?' On the Edinburgh Fringe and for years has been a regular with the London Players Theatre with whom she twice toured America. She has done hundreds of variety shows up and down the country and for a while was a supporting act to Danny La Rue. With Opera Della Luna she returned to America performing opera in a highly comic and very English way.
Judith has done many pantos, playing principal boy to both Stanley Baxter and Rikki Fulton in Glasgow and many other Dandinis and Princes along the way. At the Richmond Theatre in London, she played Fairy to Su Pollard’s 'Dick Whittington'. On TV she has appeared in 'Stay Lucky' and 'Rainbow' for Thames and 'The New Statesman' for YTV. Judith is an extremely popular and versatile stage artiste and after dinner performer travelling far and wide to entice you back to the beguiling Good Old Days of English comedy and music at its best.