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Hugh Osborne

Hugh Osbourne

After over a decade as a university lecturer in English literature, Hugh has since worked in theatre, graduating from Bristol Old Vic Theatre School in 2004. 

Hugh’s first play DIARY OF A NOBODY premiered at the Royal & Derngate Theatre, Northampton, in 2011, to rave reviews in the national press. The script has been published by Nick Hern Books, and a new production is planned for 2018. It was produced again for the Stables Theatre and Arts Centre in 2018.

His stage adaptation of the hit MY LITTLE PONY spin-off movie, EQUESTRIA GIRLS: RAINBOW ROCKS toured the Far East in 2016. 

As an actor, Hugh his acting credits include: JEKYLL AND HYDE (English Theatre Frankfurt); FRACKED! (Jonathan Church Productions, tour); LEGALLY BLONDE (Gatehouse Theatre); THE SOUND OF MUSIC (David Ian, international tour); The MIKADO (Charing Cross Theatre); THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST (Incidental Colman, Harold Pinter Theatre and tour); BLITHE SPIRIT (Lee Dean, Gielgud Theatre); TO SIR WITH LOVE (Touring Consortium, tour); MY FAIR LADY (Kilworth House Theatre); THE KING AND I (Raymond Gubbay, Royal Albert Hall); NOISES OFF (ATG, tour); THE SOUND OF MUSIC (David Ian and Really Useful Group, tour); THE LADY IN THE VAN (Gala Theatre, Durham); THE LAST CIGARETTE (Chichester Festival Theatre, Trafalgar Studios); AFTERLIFE (Royal National Theatre); FOOTLOOSE (Mark Goucher Productions, Playhouse Theatre and tour); DONKEYS’ YEARS (Sonia Friedman Productions, Comedy Theatre); AND THEN THERE WERE NONE (ACT, Gielgud Theatre) and THE LADY IN THE VAN (Theatre Royal Bath, tour).

Alan Brodie Representation, 14 The Barbon Buildings, Red Lion Square, London, WC1R 4QH

+44 (0)20 7253 6226

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