Miss Helen Watson, Shows for any Occasion, Theater, Music Hal, Variety, Vaudeville, Modern Day Musicals, with Songs, Sketches and Sauce
"Vibrant mix of traditional music-hall, vaudeville and variety"
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Miss Helen Watson
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Quite apart from her career as an actress and singer Helen has produced and directed the following:

  • 25 seasons at the Watermill Theatre, Newbury
  • 10 productions at The Haymarket and Anvil Theatre Basingstoke
  • 5 seasons at the Royal Shakespeare Company's Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon
  • Many Summer & Christmas Seasons at the Westcliff Palace Theatre
  • Numerous concerts at regional theatres
  • Has taken Music Hall all over the country and abroad including corporate events, stately homes, conferences and holiday resorts
  • Directed some of the "Late Joys" productions at the former Players Theatre in London
Helen Watson


Helen has recently been performing at the famous City Varieties Theatre, Leeds - home to "The Good Old Days" television Series. Prior to this she was at  Wilton's Music Hall and at the Charing Cross Theatre in London. After finishing Pantomime in January 2013 she celebrated her 26th production at The Watermill Theatre, Newbury. Then she began the second leg of the European tour of "Keeping Up Appearances" playing Rose.

In February-March 2014 Helen will be appearing at The Royal Albert Hall in "La Boheme" with an international cast and The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

Helen has directed and appeared in many "Late Joys" for the famous Players Theatre, London, as well as Hackney Empire and The City Varieties, Leeds. In 1987 Helen began her long association with the award-winning Watermill Theatre, Newbury, where her company was born.
Her productions have been seen in theatres around the country, including, RSC's Swan Theatre Stratford upon Avon for 5 seasons, 10 years at The Anvil/Haymarket, Basingstoke. 3 seasons at Derby. Also playing at the Concert Hall Reading, Torch Theatre Milford Haven, Theatre Royal Margate, The Great Hall Winchester, Palace Theatre Westcliff and the Jubilee Hall Aldeburgh.

Theatre work includes: Rose in “Keeping Up Appearances” European Tour.  Fairy Godmother in “Cinderella” The Lyceum, Crewe. Mrs Thatcher "Seasonal Sauce" Watermill Theatre, Newbury. Fairy Godmother "Cinderella" Eden Court, Inverness. Mrs Arthur "A Murder has been Arranged" Queens Theatre, Hornchurch, Mrs Winterton in Sandie Wilson's "The Buccaneer" revived at the Finborough Theatre, London. Emily Whitman in "Follies" Landor Theatre, London & Pearl in “Ladies Down Under” Queens Theatre, Hornchurch.

Seasons in regional theatres include: Absurd Person Singular, Hedda Gabler, She Stoops To Conquer, The Importance of Being Earnest (Royal Theatre, Northampton), Blithe Spirit, Tommy, Drums in the Night (Derby Playhouse), Camelot, Drink the Mercury, Jack & the Beanstalk, Joseph, (Phoenix & Haymarket Theatre's Leicester), The Heiress, Straight and Narrow, Blood Brothers, Rocky Horror, Funny Peculiar, The Hollow (PalaceTheatre, Westcliff), Happy as a Sandbag, Stop the World, (Plymouth) Twelth Night, Joseph (Canterbury) Company ( Manchester) James & The Giant Peach, (UK Tour)

Helen has toured in plays and musicals in this country and as far away as Canada, Scandinavia, Jordan and the USA and has appeared in numerous pantos and Commercials!

TV work Includes: Charlie Brooker Series, Where the Heart Is, The Knock, London's Burning, Crossroads, Beneath the Skin, Dr Who, The Bill, Crown Court and Down to Earth. She was the main actress/presenter for two years on Channel 4's Anything We Can Do. Helen also played Camilla Parker-Bowles in Fall of the House of Windsor (American Fox TV).

Films: Credits include: A Matter of Death and Life, Being Julia, Yanks and Venography.

Helen is a voice-over artiste and a guest coach for the post-graduate student presentations at The Guildford School of Acting.

For more information about Helen please visit: www.access-uk.com
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