Summary In Chronological Order

            Please note that this is by no means complete, only those shows for the chronological order can be defined are given:

Louise Gold was born in London. From the age of 11 she attended The Arts Educational School (London Branch), Initially the school was at 144-145 Piccadilly, it then moved to Golden Lane in the Barbican area.

 1973

Dick Whittington (as Fairy Bowbells, at Malvern Festival Theatre, 22 December 1973 to 5 January 1974. This was Ms Gold's professional debut).

 1974

Dick Whittington (as Fairy Bowbells, at Malvern Festival Theatre, 22 December 1973 to 5 January 1974. This was Ms Gold's professional debut).

Donna Rosita by Lorca (Arts Educational Schools Drama Department Production, at The Golden Lane Theatre performed on 4, 5 & 6 March 1974)

 

The Miracle Worker by William Gibson (Arts Educational Schools Drama Department Production, at The Golden Lane Theatre, performed on 1, 2 & 3 April 1974)

 

Lady Windermere's Fan by Oscar Wilde (Arts Educational Schools Drama Department Production, at The Golden Lane Theatre, performed on 13, 14 & 15 May 1974)

 

The Prime Of Miss Jean Brodie by Jay Presson Allen from the novel by Muriel Spark (Arts Educational Schools Drama Department Production at The Golden Lane Theatre, performed on 8, 9 & 10 July 1974)

(Shows unknown) (Acting Assistant Stage Manager, at Sherringham Little Theatre. This was probably around the Summer of 1974).

Hair (as a member of The Tribe, on tour, Sunderland Empire, 30 September to 5 October 1974)

Hair (as a member of The Tribe, on tour, Wyvern Theatre Swindon, 7 to 12 October 1974)

Hair (as a member of The Tribe, on tour, Kings Theatre Southsea, 21 to 26 October 1974)

Hair (as a member of The Tribe, on tour, Theatre Royal Norwich, 28 October to 2 November 1974)

Hair (as a member of The Tribe, on tour, Mablethorpe, 4 to 9 November 1974)

Hair (as a member of The Tribe, on tour, Southport, 11 to 16 November 1974)

Hair (as a member of The Tribe, on tour, Leisure Centre Gloucester, 18 to 23 November 1974)

Hair (as a member of The Tribe, on tour, Theatre Royal Brighton, 25 to 30 November 1974)

Hair (as a member of The Tribe, on tour, Theatre Royal Nottingham 2 to 7 December 1974)

Hair (as a member of The Tribe, on tour, The Grand Theatre Swansea 9 to 14 December 1974)

 

  1975

The Great Discovery Show

My Fair Lady (as a servant, at The Derby Playhouse, from around 20 September 1975)

Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (York Production) - as Rachel one of Jacob’s Wives, one of the adoring maidens, and others, at York Theatre Royal, Friday 12 December 1975 - Saturday 10 January 1976

  1976

         Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (York Production) - as Rachel one of Jacob’s Wives, one of the adoring maidens, and others, at York Theatre Royal, Friday 12 December 1975 - Saturday 10 January 1976

         Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Touring Production) - as Potiphar’s Wife, Rachel one of Jacob’s wives, and. among the adoring maidens and Slave Girls, on tour including Theatre Royal Nottingham (8 to 20 March 1976)

         Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Touring Production) - as Potiphar’s Wife, Rachel one of Jacob’s wives, and. among the adoring maidens and Slave Girls, on tour including The Grand Theatre Wolverhampton (29 March to 3 April 1976)

Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Norwich Production) – as Potiphar’s Wife, Rachel one of Jacob’s wives, and. among the adoring maidens and Slave Girls, at Theatre Royal Norwich, probably 21 June to 17 July 1976.

  1977

The Land Of The Dinosaurs (Kings Theatre Glasgow, 25 April to 7 May 1977)

The Land Of The Dinosaurs (New Oxford Theatre 9 to 14 May 1977)

Richard Little Episode of The Muppet Show  - Louise Gold’s second audition for The Muppet Show (ATV’s Borehamwood Studios, filmed Tuesday 14 to Thursday 16 June 1977)

The Muppet Show  Season II (part of, filmed at ATV's Borehamwood Studios, from end of June/beginning of July (she was certainly there by 12 July 1977) to 9 December 1977)

Royal Variety Performance, 1977 - as a Muppeteer (Puppeteering Big Mamma), at the London Palladium on 21 November 1977.

Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Reading Production) - as Potiphar’s Wife, Rachel one of Jacob’s wives, and. among the adoring maidens and Slave Girls, at The Reading Hexagon, 26 December 1977 to 7 January 1978.

 1978

Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Reading Production) - as Potiphar’s Wife, Rachel one of Jacob’s wives, and. among the adoring maidens and Slave Girls, at The Reading Hexagon, 26 December 1977 to 7 January 1978.

The Muppet Show  Season III (filmed at ATV's Borehamwood Studios, produced 14 February 1978 to 1 February 1979 - Production ran from 14 February to 12 May 1978 and then from 8 November 1978 to 1 February 1979, first screened 9 November 1978 to 24 May 1979)

Squeak - at The Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch, 1 - 26 August 1978

 1979

The Muppet Show  Season III (filmed at ATV's Borehamwood Studios, produced 14 February 1978 to 1 February 1979 - Production ran from 14 February to 12 May 1978 and then from 8 November 1978 to 1 February 1979, first screened 9 November 1978 to 24 May 1979)

The Muppet Show  Season IV (filmed at ATV's Borehamwood Studios, produced 24 April 1979 to 22 February 1980 - Production ran from 24 April 1979 to 2 August  and then from 29 October to 1 November 1979  and then from  8 to 22 February 1980, first screened 20 September 1979 to 15 May 1980)

 1980

The Muppet Show  Season IV (filmed at ATV's Borehamwood Studios, produced 24 April 1979 to 22 February 1980 - Production ran from 24 April 1979 to 2 August  and then from 29 October to 1 November 1979  and then from  8 to 22 February 1980, first screened 20 September 1979 to 15 May 1980)

The Muppet Show  Season V (filmed at ATV's Borehamwood Studios, produced 10 March 1980 to 21 August 1980, first screened 15 November 1980 to 28 February 1981)

The All Time Get Around Sometime Play Together Every Other Friday Night Vaudeville Show  - as one of the members of the Muppet-gang, at Chats Palace, Homerton, Hackney, Saturday 29 March 1980.

Of Muppets & Men The Making of The Muppet Show (as one of the puppeteers on The Muppet Show, filmed at ATV's Borehamwood Studios mainly during April and May 1980, first screened in the UK on ITV on 27 December 1981)

                  Godspell (as a member of The Company, at Thorndike Theatre (Leatherhead), 19 August - 13 September 1980)

 1981

The Great Muppet Caper (as Annie Sue Pig, Lou-the-Jugband-lady, and other assorted characters. Filmed at Elstree Film Studios,1981)

The Muppets Go To The Movies (as Popcorn Girl and other assorted characters, filmed at Elstree, first broadcast in the USA 20 May 1981)

The Dark Crystal (as Skeksis Principal Puppeteer on The Gourmand Skeksis (SkekAyuk), and also fulfilled various other puppeteering duties, such as: Radio-control assistant for Kira, Skeksis Cable crew member (for other people’s Skekses), and Podlings. Filmed at Elstree Film Studios, 1981)

The World Of The Dark Crystal (Shown puppeteering on the film The Dark Crystal, mostly as Principal puppeteer on SkekAyuk - The Gourmand Skeksis, also as Assistant Puppeteer on Kira, 1981)

Once a Catholic (as Mary Mooney, at York Theatre Royal, from Wednesday 28 October to Saturday 14 November 1981)

 1982

Pirates of Penzance (as Edith, filmed at Shepparton, in 1982)

The Pirates Of Penzance (Royal Gala Preview) (as Isabel one of Major General Stanley’s daughter’s, with other members of The Pirates Of Penzance cast, Theatre Royal Drury Lane, 18 May 1982).

Pirates of Penzance (as Isabel at Theatre Royal Drury Lane, from 26 May 1982 to 26 February 1983).

Royal Variety Performance, 1982 (as an actress with the other members of The Pirates Of Penzance cast, lead by Tim Curry, at Theatre Royal Drury Lane, 11th November 1982)

Fraggle Rock (puppeteered Gobo Fraggle in the "English" "OuterSpace” segments - but Jerry Nelson did the voice, recorded in 1982, broadcast 7 January to 14 April 1984)

 1983

Pirates of Penzance (as Isabel at Theatre Royal Drury Lane, from 26 May 1982 to 26 February 1983).

Spitting Image Pre-Pilot (Puppeteer, Sunday 30 January 1983)

Blue Peter (as a The Dark Crystal puppeteer, puppeteering Podlings doing a Podling dance, BBC 1, 17:10 to 17:33 on 17 February 1983)

Equity Benefit - in aid of the proposed North London Branch of Equity (as a member of the alternative cabaret group  Anna Rexic & The Compulsives, The Tricycle Theatre, 20 February 1983)

Spitting Image Pilot  (Leading Puppeteer/ "Puppeteering Consultant", In Rehearsal for 6 weeks, shot between 27-30 June 1983)

BlackAdder (as Mrs Tyler a Goodwife, Series 1, Episode 5 ‘Witchsmeller Persuviant’, first broadcast on 13 July 1983)

Bag  (as Bella, on tour, including Warwick Arts Centre ?6 October 1983)

For 4 Tonight (as Maureen Bedford, one of the team of four, in an episode first broadcast on 8 October1983, 23:00 to 23:30, on London Weekend Television)

Bag  (as Bella, on tour, including Battersea Arts Centre ?20 October 1983)

Bag  (as Bella, on tour, including New End Theatre ?10 to 13 November 1983)

Bag  (as Bella, on tour, including Grantham Leisure Centre, scheduled to open on 24 November 1983, however that performance on 24 November did not actually take place, because there were too few audience)

Bag  (as Bella, on tour, including Southport Arts Centre 31 November 1983)

 

 1984

Fraggle Rock (puppeteered Gobo Fraggle in the "English" "OuterSpace” segments - but Jerry Nelson did the voice, recorded in 1982, broadcast 7 January to 14 April 1984)

Spitting Image Season I (Leading Puppeteer/ "Puppeteering Consultant", screened from 24 or 26 February 1984 to 17 June 1984)

Henson’s Place - ((uncredited) puppeteering in the old Muppet Show clips, and appears as herself (though unnamed) in clips from Of Muppets And Men The Making Of The Muppet Show, 1984)

Laugh??? I Nearly Paid My Licence Fee (for BBC Glasgow, recorded 13 August to 17 September 1984, first broadcast on BBC 2 on Monday 29 October, 5, 12, 19 & 29 November & 3 December 1984   (There were 6 episodes, each of half an hour))

Mrs Cole’s Music Hall (as Devine Dixie Diva, at The Mill at Sonning, from 3 December 1984 to 5 January 1985)

 1985

Mrs Cole’s Music Hall (as Devine Dixie Diva, at The Mill at Sonning, from 3 December 1984 to 5 January 1985)

Spitting Image Season III (Puppeteer, screened from 6 January to 24 March 1985)

Laugh??? I Nearly Paid My Licence Fee Compilation Episode (for BBC Glasgow, a half hour compilation from the series Laugh??? I Nearly Paid My Licence Fee, shown on BBC 2, 21:00 to 21:30, on 25 March 1985)

The Kermit And Miss Piggy Story (puppeteering in some of the clips from The Muppet Show, is named in the credits, 1985)

Billy the Kid and the Green Baize Vampire (as Miss Sullivan, in 1985)

Rachel and the Roarettes - a motorcycling musical drama (as Bootleg Jane, broadcast on BBC 2 on Thursday 13 June 1985)

The Metropolitan Mikado (as Katisha, Countess of Grantham, at Queen Elizabeth Hall 1 - 17 August 1985, previews from 30 July)

 1986

Die Fraggles (puppeteered Sprocket for the last handful of “German” “OuterSpace” segments of Fraggle Rock – voice unknown, possibly filmed in late 1985 or early 86, probably broadcast in 1986)

The Muppets A Celebration Of 30 Years (puppeteering in some of the clips from The Muppet show, 1986)

The Tale of the Bunny Picnic (as Mother Bunny, in1986)

The Ratepayers’ Iolanthe & The Metropolitan Mikado (as Katisha - Countess of Grantham from The Metropolitan Mikado, at The Royal Festival Hall, (concert started at 3pm) on Sunday 30 March 1986)

Comic Relief (as a Spitting Image puppeteer and voice-artiste, at The Shaftsbury Theatre on 4, 5 & 6 April 1986)

Utterly Utterly Live Comic Relief (as a Spitting Image voice-artiste, recorded on 4 5 & 6 April 1986, live at The Shaftsbury Theatre)

Angry Housewives (as Bev at Hammersmith Lyric Studio 29 April - 10 May 1986)

Julia and Company - a Julia McKenzie special, (as one of four 'newcomers'), Thames Television, recorded in June 1986, broadcast Tuesday 9 September1986

Labyrinth (as a Ballroom Dancer, in 1986).

Inside The Labyrinth - (1986, Making-Of documentary for the film Labyrinth, can be seen as a dancer in the rehearsals for the Ballroom Dancing scene)

Blood Brothers (as Mrs Johnston, at Newbury Watermill, 5 to 21 August 1986, (originally scheduled to appear from 5 August - 6 September 1986))

BBC3 Presents: Roland Rat The Series (Characters: Roland's Mother Iris, screened on BBC1 from Saturday 6th September to 29th November 1986)

Julia and Company - a Julia McKenzie special, (as one of four 'newcomers'), Thames Television, recorded in June 1986, broadcast September1986

Sink The Belgrano (as Maggot Scratcher at Mermaid Theatre, from 30 October 1986, previews from 21 October).

 1987

Nunsense (as Sister Mary Amnesia at Fortune Theatre, from 23 March 1987 (previews from 18 March))

Nunsense - TER 1132 - (As Sister Mary Amnesia, original London cast album, recorded on 1 and 2 April 1987 at Abbey Road Studios)

Will-Aid (as a singer, at The Sadlers Wells Theatre, on Sunday 12 April 1987)

The Soap Opera (as Tammy Hazel playing Nurse Crain, at The Piccadilly Theatre on Sunday 29 November 1987)

Thing A Thon (as herself a singer from the cast of Nunsense, at The Piccadilly Theatre on Sunday 13 December 1987)

 1988

Ziegfeld (as Fanny Brice and other assorted characters at London Palladium, from: 26 April 1988, revamped 2 August 1988), closed 1 October 1988.

BBC3 Presents: Roland Rat The Series 2 (Characters: Roland's Mother Iris & Roxanne a Scouse rat, screened on BBC1, 1988)

Poppy - as, Dick Whittington, at Half Moon Theatre, 28 December 1988 to 28 January 1989

 1989

Poppy - as, Dick Whittington, at Half Moon Theatre, 28 December 1988 to 28 January 1989

Joint Account (as Audrey Parrish, on BBC 1, 20:30 to 21:00 on Thursday 23 February 1989)

Spitting Image Special: The Sound Of Maggie (Puppeteer, screened on 6 May 1989)

Spitting Image Series IX (one of the leading puppeteers, screened 11 June to 9 July 1989)

The Ghost of Faffner Hall (as Fughetta Faffner, the Ghost, at Tyne Tee Television, broadcast form August/September to November/December 1989)

When I Was A Girl I Used To Scream And Shout (as Vari, 24 August - 9 September 1989 at Colchester Mercury Theatre).

City Lights (as Mrs Ford, Series 4, Episode 1: Thirtynothing, recorded on 11 September 1989, broadcast on BBC 2, 20:00 to 20:39 on Thursday 14 June 1990, previously shown on BBC Scotland on 13 November 1989)

 1990

Up The Garden Path (as Voices, Series 1, Episode 2, on ITV, 20:00 to 20:30 on Wednesday 9 May 1990)

Jim Henson’s Memorial Service (as one of the puppeteers taking part in the service (she puppeteered Annie Sue Pig) at Cathedral Church of St John the Divine, May 1990)

City Lights (as Mrs Ford, Series 4, Episode 1: Thirtynothing, recorded on 11 September 1989, broadcast on BBC 2, 20:00 to 20:39 on Thursday 14 June 1990, previously shown on BBC Scotland on 13 November 1989)

Anything Goes (as Reno Sweeney at Prince Edward Theatre, from Monday 2 July 1990 to Saturday 25 August 1990)

Rita Rudner (Episode 6, recorded on 5 October 1990, Broadcast on BBC2 at 20:30 to 21:00 on 23 October 1990)

The Little Sister - as Dolores Gonzales, at Plymouth Theatre Royal, 11 to 20 October 1990.

The Little Sister - as Dolores Gonzales, at Liverpool Playhouse, 23 October to 17 November 1990.

Chicago & Company (as a Singer-Actress at The Victoria Palace, on Sunday 2 December 1990)

Allo Allo (as Private Elsa Birgstern, Series 7 Episodes 9 & 10, Recorded 1 January 1991 & 20 December 1990; First broadcast 9 & 16 March 1991).

 1991

The Muppets Celebrate Jim Henson aka Jim Henson A Tribute ((uncredited) Puppeteered on some of the old Muppet Show clips, 1991)

Sesame Street: (as: Ethel Mermaid, Louisey, Renata Scottie Dog, Charming, Frazzle's Mom, The Princess With The Pea, Prunella The Grouch, and other assorted characters, early 1990s)

Allo Allo (as Private Elsa Birgstern, Series 7 Episodes 9 & 10, Recorded 1 January 1991 & 20 December 1991; First broadcast 9 & 16 March 1991).

Kids At Heart (as a Singer-dancer at The London Palladium on Sunday 20 January 1991)

Broadway To Brighton (as a singer, at The Dome, Brighton, Sunday 17 February 1991)

Allo Allo (as Private Elsa Birgstern, Series 7 Episodes 9 & 10, Recorded 1 January 1991 & 20 December 1991; First broadcast 9 & 16 March 1991).

Midsummer Nights Dream (as Titania at Open Air Regents Park, 28 May (previews from 24 May) - 7 September 1991: Previews from 24 to 27 May 1991. Performances: 28 May to 8 June, 20th to 27 June, 4 to 20 July, 2 to 7 August, 15 and 16 August, 24 to 28 August and 6 and 7 September)

The Boys from Syracuse (as Adriana at Open Air Regents Park 24 July - 5 September 1991: Previews from 22 and 23 July. Performance from: 24 to 30 July, 10 to 14 August, 21 to 23 August, 29 and 30 August, and, 4 and 5 September)

The Boys from Syracuse (as Adriana, touring, Autumn 1991, includes The Forum Theatre Billingham Cleveland around 17 September 1991)

The Boys from Syracuse (as Adriana, at Theatre Royal Brighton, 14 to 19 October 1991)

Love Life (as Susan, at the Theatre Museum on: 24 November, 1, 8 and 15 December 1991)

 1992

Sesame Street: (as: Ethel Mermaid, Louisey, Renata Scottie Dog, Charming, Frazzle's Mom, The Princess With The Pea, Prunella The Grouch, and other assorted characters, early 1990s)

The House Of Eliott (as Gwendoline Duchess of Bridgewater, in Series II Episode 7 (aka Episode 19), recorded 21 March 1992. first broadcast on BBC1, 18 October 1992)

Merrily We Roll Along (as Gussie at Leicester Haymarket 10 April - 9 May 1992 (The JAY/TER sleeve notes says it opened on the 10 April, but Theatre Record says the 14 April)).

By Jupiter (as Hippolyta, at Barbican Cinema 1, on: 3, 10,17 and 24 May 1992),

Muppet Christmas Carol (as Mrs Dilbert Mrs Dilbert, Spider and other assorted characters, fulfilling various other puppeteering duties (such as assistant puppeteer on Gonzo in some scenes, and a Cockney Woman in others), filmed at Shepperton Studios, 1992 (Principal photography started on 11 June 1992).)

The Making Of Muppet Christmas Carol (shown puppeteering on the film Muppet Christmas Carol, 1992)

Hands Together (as Bridget Bottomley, BBC TV Pilot, filmed on 19 July 1992, never transmitted)

One Touch Of Venus (as Venus, at Barbican Cinema 1, on 16, 23, 30 August and 6 September 1992)

The Spooks Of Bottle Bay - characters include Sally Spook, Series 1 only, 1992

The House Of Eliott (as Gwendoline Duchess of Bridgewater, in Series II Episode 7 (aka Episode 19), recorded 21 March 1992. first broadcast on BBC1, 18 October 1992)

Assassins (as Sara Jane Moore at Donmar Warehouse, from: 29 October 1992).

A Time To Start Living (as a singer, at Lyric Theatre Shaftsbury Avenue, on 6.December 1992).

 1993

Sesame Street: (as: Ethel Mermaid, Louisey, Renata Scottie Dog, Charming, Frazzle's Mom, The Princess With The Pea, Prunella The Grouch, and other assorted characters, early 1990s)

Camberwell Pocket Opera’s First Fundraising Gala – as a singer at Greenwich Theatre, London, on 3 January 1993.

The Taming of the Shrew (as Katherina, at Nuffield Theatre Southampton, 22 April - 15 May 1993)

Merrily We Roll Along - (Double CD) CDJAY2 1245, (Single CD) CDTER 1225, (Cassette) ZCTER 1225 - as Gussie, Leicester Haymarket cast album, recorded on 28, 29 and 30 April 1993 at Abbey Road Studios in London.

Du Barry Was A Lady (as May Daly/M’am Dubarry, at Barbican Cinema 1, on 9, 16, 23 and 30 May 1993)

Casualty, (as Carey Neal in ‘Give Us This Day’, Series 8 Episode 11 (aka Episode 115), recorded on 19 May 1993, first broadcast on BBC 1 on 27 November 1993)

Sondheim At The Barbican (at 7:30pm on 29 May 1993).

The Secret Life of Toys  (as: Raisin, Hortense, Daffodil and other assorted characters, filmed at Monheim Studios in Germany, first broadcast 5 March to 28 May 1994 (Muppet Central timeline says it was taped in 1993)

Cabaret - (Double CD) CDTER2 1210, (Highlights CD) Show CD021, (Highlights Cassette) SHOW MC021, (Curtain Call CD) CURTCD009, (Music Theatre Hour CD) CDTEH6012, (Musicals Collection CD) MUS C N08, (Musicals Collection Cassette) MUS M N08. - (As Maria a Kit Kat Club girl, Jay/TER recording, recorded on 29 & 30 June, 1 July, 2 November, 2 & 3 December 1993 at Abbey Road Studios)

Casualty, (as Carey Neal in ‘Give Us This Day’, Series 8 Episode 11 (aka Episode 115), recorded on 19 May 1993, first broadcast on BBC 1 on 27 November 1993)

 1994

Noel/Cole: Let’s Do It (at an Arts Festival in Memphis Tennasse - End of January 1994, awarded The Freedom Of The City Of Memphis Tennessee )

Noel/Cole: Let’s Do It (at Oxford Play House Theatre - 7 - 12 February 1994)

Dear Ralph (appeared, at The Shaftsbury Theatre, on Sunday 13 February 1994)

Sesame Street: (as: Ethel Mermaid, Louisey, Renata Scottie Dog, Charming, Frazzle's Mom, The Princess With The Pea, Prunella The Grouch, and other assorted characters, early 1990s)

The Secret Life of Toys  (as: Raisin, Hortense, Daffodil and other assorted characters, filmed at Monheim Studios in Germany, first broadcast 5 March to 28 May 1994 (Muppet Central timeline says it was taped in 1993)

CLIC’s 18th Birthday Celebration (as one of the company, at The Bristol Hippodrome on 20 March 1994)

Let ‘em Eat Cake (as Trixie Flynn, from the Golders Green Hipperdrome, on 21 March 1994 on Radio 3)

Noel/Cole Let’s Do It - (CD) SONGCD 910, (Cassette) SONGC 910 - (original cast album, recorded on 27 & 29 May 1994 at Whitfield Street Studios).

Let’s Do the Show Right Here (recorded June to August 1994, broadcast 23 & 30 September, 7, 14 & 21 October, 4, 11, 18 November 1994, as a team captain, in this quiz on Musicals, on BBC Radio2)

Comedy Tonight (scheduled to appear as a singer, at The Royal National Theatre’s Olivier Theatre, Sunday 12 June 1994)

New Girl In Town (as Anna, at Barbican Cinema 1, on 10, 17, 24 and 31 July 1994)

Noel/Cole: Let’s Do It (at Chichester Festival Theatre, 27 July - 1 October 1994)

Radio 2 Arts Programme (as a performer in Noel/Cole: Let’s Do It, recorded 2 August 1994, broadcast 5 August 1994)

Red Hot and Blue (as Nails O’Reilly Duquesne, at Barbican Cinema 1, on 18, 25 September, 2 and 9 October 1994)

Let’s Do the Show Right Here (recorded June to August 1994, broadcast 23 & 30 September, 7, 14 & 21 October, 4, 11, 18 November 1994, as a team captain, in this quiz on Musicals, on BBC Radio2)

The World Of Jim Henson. (Puppeteered on some of the clips from The Muppet Show, also a clip of Ms Gold herself from Of Muppets And Men The Making Of The Muppet Show, and, at Jim Henson’s funeral, 1994)

Calamity Jane (as Calamity Jane at Leicester Haymarket 22 November 1994 - 28 January 1995).

East Midlands Today (as herself, the actress playing the title role in Calamity Jane in a clip from the show, BBC 1, East Midlands, 18:30 to 19:00, 24 November 1994)

 1995

Calamity Jane (as Calamity Jane at Leicester Haymarket 22 November 1994 - 28 January 1995)

Midlands Today (as herself, the actress playing the title role in Calamity Jane, BBC 1, Midlands, 18:30 to 19:00 on 5 January 1995)

Noel/Cole: Let’s Do It (at Yvonne Arnaud Theatre , 14 - 25 February 1995)

Stop The World I Want To Get Off (CD – General Release) CDTER 1226, (Musicals Collection CD) MUS C N38, (Musicals Collection Cassette) MUS M N38, (As Evie, Anya, Ilse and Miss Ginnie Romain, recorded on 27 & 28 February & 1 March 1995 at Abbey Road Studios)

Noel/Cole: Let’s Do It (at Richmond Theatre, 27 February - 4th March 1995)

Sesame Street: (as: Ethel Mermaid, Louisey, Renata Scottie Dog, Charming, Frazzle's Mom, The Princess With The Pea, Prunella The Grouch, and other assorted characters, early 1990s)

The Bill (as Ginny Sharman in episode  ‘Alone,’ broadcast on ITV, 17 March 1995)

Muppet Treasure Island - as Rat Tour Guide / Female Tourist rat and other assorted characters, filmed at Shepperton Studios, 1995 (principal photography 3 April to 7 July 1995).

On The Town - CDTER2 1217 (As the Cabaret singers, JAY/TER recording, recorded on 9, 10 & 11 May 1995 at Abbey Road Studios)

Anything Goes - (CD - General release / Music Theatre Hour) CDTEH6011, (The Musicals Collection) MUC C N40. (As Reno Sweeney, recorded on 11, 12 & 13 May 1995 at Abbey Road Studios) /Recommended Album/

Something For The Boys (as Blossom Hart, at Barbican Cinema 1, on 28 May, 4, 11, and 18 June 1995)

Jim Henson’s The Animal Show - Season II (as Tizzy Bee, Bunnie Bear and other assorted characters).

Our Country’s Good (as Liz Morden/Lieut Dawes at Edinburgh Royal Lyceum, (preview 14 September) 15 September - 7 October 1995).

The Nineteenth list (as Matilda a fake clairvoyant, in an Independent Radio Drama Production for London News, broadcast on Sunday 24 September 1995)

The Caucasian Chalk Circle (as Grusha, a Brechtian heroine, at Edinburgh Royal Lyceum (preview 12 October) 13 October - 4 November 1995).

 1996.

Lady Into Fox (as Mrs Silvia Tebrick nee Fox, at Sheffield Crucible Studio Theatre 15 March - 23 March 1996)

Lady Into Fox (as Mrs Silvia Tebrick nee Fox, at Hammersmith Lyric Studio 26 March - 20 April 1996)

Lady Into Fox (as Mrs Silvia Tebrick nee Fox, Eastern Region tour 22 April - 4 May 1996)

Ned Sherrin’s Review of Revue (from The Theatre Museum, (last episode recorded 23 April 1996), broadcast on: Saturdays: 3, 10, 17, 31, August, 7 & 14 September 1996 on BBC Radio 2).

Lady Into Fox (as Mrs Silvia Tebrick nee Fox, at Leicester Haymarket Studio 8 - 11 May 1996)

Lady Into Fox (as Mrs Silvia Tebrick nee Fox, at Bristol New Vic Studio 14 - 18 May 1996)

Lady Into Fox (as Mrs Silvia Tebrick nee Fox, at The Brighton Festival, in The Brighton Pavilion Music Room, 21, 22, 24 & 25 May 1996)

Ned Sherrin’s Review of Revue (from The Theatre Museum, (last episode recorded 23 April 1996), broadcast on: Saturdays: 3, 10, 17, 31, August, 7 & 14 September 1996 on BBC Radio 2).

Of Thee I Sing (as Diana Devereaux, at Barbican Cinema 1, on 18, 25 August, 1 and 8 September 1996)

Panama Hattie (as Hattie Maloney, at Barbican Cinema 1, on 22, 29 September, 6 and 13 October 1996).

The Cherry Orchard (as Dunyasha , RSC production: The Swan in Stratford upon Avon from (some time after 3 but before 24) October - 9 November 1996)

The Cherry Orchard (as Dunyasha , RSC production: The Alberry London 25 November 1996 - 25 January 1997)

 1997

The Cherry Orchard (as Dunyasha , RSC production: The Alberry London to 25 January 1997)

The Cherry Orchard (as Dunyasha , RSC production: Festival Theatre Chichester 27 January - 1 February 1997),

The Cherry Orchard (as Dunyasha , RSC production: Theatre Royal Nottingham 3-8 February 1997),

The Cherry Orchard (as Dunyasha , RSC production: Theatre Royal Newcastle 10-15 February 1997),

The Cherry Orchard (as Dunyasha , RSC production: N Wales Theatre Llanndudno 25 February - 1 March 1997),

The Cherry Orchard (as Dunyasha , RSC production: Theatre Royal Bath, 3 - 8 March 1997),

The Cherry Orchard (as Dunyasha , RSC production: Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, 10 - 15 March 1997),

The Cherry Orchard (as Dunyasha , RSC production: Richmond Theatre 17-22 March 1997).

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (as Lorelei Lee, at Barbican Cinema 1, on 4, 11, 18 and 25 May 1997),

Kiss Me Kate (as Lilli Vanessi/Kate at Open Air Theatre Regents Park, 24 July - 1 September 1997: Previews from 22 and 23 July 1997. Performances (scheduled): 24 to 29 July, 7 to 14 August, and 26 August to 1 September 1997.)

Oh Kay (as Kay, at Barbican Cinema 1, on 17, 24, 31 August and 7 September 1997)      

Hot ‘n’ Spicy 2 (as a singer, with other performers from the New Shakespeare Company, lead by Issy Van Randwyck, at Pizza On The Park, on 19 October 1997).

Jim Henson’s The Animal Show - Season III (as Bunnie Bear, Rhonda Rat and other assorted characters, this was made in Norwich in the last two months of the year, i.e. during November and December 1997).

 1998

Alexei Sayle's Merry-Go-Round (as Anna Chessington, first screened on BBC 2 on: 8, 15, 22, 29 May and 5 & 14 June 1998)

Topsy Turvy (as Rosina Brandram, as this is a Mike Leigh film, Louise seems to have spent most of the year employed on it)

Topsy Turvy (Film Soundtrack (Sony Classical CD) SK 61834 - as Rosina Brandram playing Katisha in The Mikado (stars on Track 7 and is also on Track 18), Recorded on: 27 July 1998 at CTS Studios London, 22-24 February and 25-27 March 1999 at Angel Studios London)

Alice In Wonderland - (as one of The Additional Puppeteers, Tv film made by The Creature Shop for NBC, production began 10th August 1998. First broadcast Sunday 23 April 2000)

A Kick Up The Archive (In excerpts from Laugh I Nearly Paid My Licence Fee, first broadcast on BBC2 on 31 December 1998)

 1999

Topsy Turvy (Film Soundtrack (Sony Classical CD) SK 61834 - as Rosina Brandram playing Katisha in The Mikado (stars on Track 7 and is also on Track 18), Recorded on: 27 July 1998 at CTS Studios London, 22-24 February and 25-27 March 1999 at Angel Studios London)

Animal Farm (voiced Mable The Chicken, 1999). - Another Creature Shop production that she worked on as a voice-artiste rather than a puppeteer.

CNN People Profiles: Jim Henson ((uncredited) Puppeteered on some of the clips from The Muppet Show, also clips of Ms Gold herself in Of Muppets And Men The Making Of The Muppet Show, and, at Jim Henson’s Memorial Service. Broadcast 27 April 1999)

110 In The Shade (as Lizzie Curry, at The Fortune Theatre, on 4, 11, 18 and 25 July 1999)

Man Of La Mancha (as Aldonza, at The Colchester Mercury Studio Theatre, on Wednesday 25 August 1999)

Pantomime In June (as the performer, at The Drill Hall Arts Centre, on 13 October 1999)

Side By Side By Sondheim (as "Millie" at The Chelmsford Civic Theatre, 22 - 30 October 1999)

Into Exile (as Magda, on BBC Radio 4, Broadcast on Friday 3 December 1999).

The Wonderful World Of Puppets (as herself, an "Expert" puppeteer. Talking about both The Muppet Show and Spitting Image. Recorded December 1999, Broadcast on BBC2 on 3 January 2000)

 2000

Mopatop's Shop, Series 2 (as various guest characters, including Meesy Mouse, Princess Lulabelle, Phoebe The Fortune Teller, Shula The Shark and other assorted characters, broadcast between 2000 and 2001)

The Wonderful World Of Puppets (as herself, an "Expert" puppeteer. Talking about both The Muppet Show and Spitting Image. Recorded December 1999, Broadcast on BBC2 on 3 January 2000)

Mamma Mia (as Tanya at The Prince Edward Theatre, from 20th March 2000 to 16 March 2002)

Alice In Wonderland - (as one of The Additional Puppeteers, Tv film made by The Creature Shop for NBC, production began 10th August 1998. First broadcast Sunday 23 April 2000)

Channel Four News, item Parallel Lives (as herself - A West End Actress & Working Mother, 17 May 2000), See Offsite link: http://www.channel4news.co.uk/home/20000517/Story02.htm

Jim Davidson Presents (among the Mamma Mia cast, as Tanya, recorded at The Cambridge Theatre London, broadcast on 30 June 2000)

Spitting Image Auction (one of the Puppeteers demonstrating the lots, at Sotherby's on 12 July 2000)

Side By Side By Sondheim's 25th Anniversary Gala (as a singer, at The Laine-Dankworth Centre / The Stables, Wavenden, on Sunday 15th October 2000)

One Touch of Venus (as Venus, at The Royal Opera House’s The Linbury Studio Theatre, on 9, 10, 16 and 17 December 2000)

 2001

Mamma Mia (as Tanya at The Prince Edward Theatre, from 20th March 2000 to 16 March 2002)

Mopatop's Shop Series 2  (as various guest characters, including Meesy Mouse, Princess Lulabelle, Phoebe The Fortune Teller, Shula The Shark and other assorted characters, broadcast between 2000 and 2001)

A Lost Musicals Occasion (as A familiar Lost Musicals Lady at The Royal Opera House’s The Linbury Studio Theatre, on 28 & 29 July 2001)

Mopatop's Shop Series 3 (as various guest characters, including Meesy Mouse, Princess Lulabelle, Phoebe The Fortune Teller, Shula The Shark and other assorted characters, broadcast between 2001 and 2002)

Crush (as Eleanor, in 2001) - This appears to be another entertainment in the Abbasolutely Fabulous genre of 70’s girls growing old disgracefully.

Du Barry Was A Lady (as May Daly/Mme Du Barry at Her Majesty’s Theatre, 18th and 25th November 2001, Broadcast on BBC Radio 3 at 14:00 on 27th December 2001)

 2002

Mamma Mia (as Tanya at The Prince Edward Theatre, from 20th March 2000 to 16 March 2002)

Mopatop's Shop Series 3 (as various guest characters, including Meesy Mouse, Princess Lulabelle, Phoebe The Fortune Teller, Shula The Shark and other assorted characters, broadcast between 2001 and 2002)

A Week In The West End (as herself, the actress playing Tanya in Mamma Mia, probably recorded December 2001, Broadcast BBC2, 11 to 15 (especially the 12, and also the 13) February 2002)

Louise Gold and Jason Carr in Cabaret “Louise Gold Sings Some Nice Songs” (as herself at Lauderdale House on 24 February 2002)

I Love The Muppets (as herself, a Muppeteer, talking about working on The Muppet Show. Also in some of the clips from Of Muppets & Men, and puppeteered in various clips from The Muppet Show. First screened 19:00 to 20:00 on Easter Monday 1 April 2002)

Louise Gold and Jason Carr in Cabaret “Louise Gold Sings Some Nice Songs” (as herself at Jermyn Street Theatre on 20 April 2002)

Space Sprogs (one of the puppeteers on a pilot for a new puppet TV show, May 2002)

Louise Gold and Jason Carr in Cabaret “Louise Gold Sings Some Nice Songs” (as herself - a last minute replacement for Issy Van Randwyck, in the Hampstead & Highgate Festival Special at Lauderdale House on 19 May 2002)

Follies (as Phyllis Rogers Stone at The Royal Festival Hall, from 6th - 31 August 2002 (previews 3 & 5 August 2002))

Regents Park 70th Anniversary Gala (as Adriana from The Boys From Syracuse, at Open Air Theatre Regents Park, 1 September 2002)

Mopatop's Shop Series 4 (as various guest characters, including Meesy Mouse, Princess Lulabelle, Phoebe The Fortune Teller, Shula The Shark and other assorted characters, broadcast between 2002 and 2003)

Defiant Dames (in aid of the Breast Cancer Campaign - As one of the strong women performers, Angel Recording Studios, 26 September 2002)

 Space Sprogs - a pilot for a new puppet TV show, 2002

Doctors (as Louise Hannon, in ‘A Hole In The Heart’, Episode 344 or Series 6 episode 58, recorded 23 October 2002, first broadcast on BBC1 on 21 November 2002)

Dress Circle’s Grand Re-Opening (as a puppeteer and as a show-singer at Dress Circle, on 23 November 2002)

Louise Gold ... By Appointment (as herself at The Jermyn Street Theatre, 16 to 21 December 2002)

 2003

Mopatop's Shop Series 4 (as various guest characters, including Meesy Mouse, Princess Lulabelle, Phoebe The Fortune Teller, Shula The Shark and other assorted characters, broadcast between 2002 and 2003)

The Gondoliers (as The Duchess Of Plaza Toro at The Chichester Festival Theatre, 1 May to 23 August 2003 (previews from 26 April 2003))

The Water Babies  (as Irishwoman, Mrs Bedonebyasyoudid, and, Mrs Doasyouwouldbedoneby, at The Chichester Festival Theatre, Between 17 July to 31 August 2003 (previews from 11 July))

Final Chic Cabaret 2003 (as herself a member of The Chichester Festival Theatre’s 2003 Repertory Company, 29 August 2003)

Curtain Up! (as a performer, at the Minerva Theatre, Chichester, Sunday 7 September 2003)

Noises Off  (as Dotty Otley, at The Piccadilly Theatre, London, from 6 October to 8 November 2003)

The Alan Clark Diaries (as Margaret Thatcher, BBC TV, episodes 2, 3 & 4; Recorded 28 November & 11 December 2003; First screened on BBC 4 on 22 & 29 January & 5 February 2004, and on BBC 2 on 24 & 31 March & 7 April 2004.)

Christmas Concerts 2003 (as host/narrator, The Chichester Festival Theatre, from 1 to 6 December 2003)

 2004

Anything Goes - Website Recommended Album – ((CD - General release / Music Theatre Hour) CDTEH6011, (As Reno Sweeney, recorded on 11, 12 & 13 May 1995 at Abbey Road Studios) At long last released in January 2004)

The Alan Clark Diaries (as Margaret Thatcher, BBC TV, episodes 2, 3 & 4; Recorded 28 November & 11 December 2003; First screened on BBC 4 on 22 & 29 January & 5 February 2004, and on BBC 2 on 24 & 31 March & 7 April 2004)

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (as The Baroness, at The London Palladium, from Tuesday 16 March 2004 to Sunday 4 September 2005)

Hubert Gregg’s Memorial Service (as a singer, at St Paul’s “The Actors” Church Covent Garden, London WC2, 3 June 2004)

ABBA - The Reunion (among one of the Mamma Mia casts - probably Cast 3, as Tanya, first screened on ITV1 on 21 September 2004)

 2005

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang  (as The Baroness, at The London Palladium, from Tuesday 16 March 2004 to Sunday 4 September 2004)

Comedy Connections  (Episode 2 of this series ‘Spitting Image’ - as herself, a Spitting Image puppeteer, Broadcast on BBC 1 on Monday 31 February 2005)

ITV’s 50 Greatest Shows (as ‘The Queen’ from Spitting Image, and, as herself a Muppet Puppeteer on The Muppet Show, Broadcast on ITV 1, from 19:00 to 22:15, on Saturday 10 September 2005)

Louise Gold ... By Appointment (as herself, at Lauderdale House, 20 November 2005)

Spitting Image - BFI Event (as herself, a Puppeteer, one of the panellists of movers and shakers behind Spitting Image, The National Film Theatre, NFT2, Friday 9 December 2005)

Spitting Image: Must See TV (as ‘The Queen’ from Spitting Image, and, as herself (uncredited) a Spitting Image Puppeteer, Broadcast on ITV 1, from 22:00 to 22:30, on Thursday 15 December 2005)

 2006

            Happily Ever After (as a singer, at The Fortune Theatre, on Sunday 29 January 2006)

Best Ever Muppet Moments   ((Uncredited) Puppeteered on some clips from The Muppet Show, and, The Muppet Christmas Carol, also clips of Ms Gold herself in Of Muppets And Men The Making Of The Muppet Show, and, The Making Of The Muppet Christmas Carol. First broadcast on ITV1 from 19:00 to 20:00 on Saturday 11 March 2006)

Mary Poppins  (as Miss Andrew (also a dancing statue, and, Miss Smythe), at Prince Edward Theatre, from Monday 10 April 2006 to Saturday 12 January 2008).

Tim McArthur Interviews (as herself, the actress playing Miss Andrew in Mary Poppins, first broadcast on Internet Theatre Radio, from 17:00 to 18:00, on Sunday 16 April 2006)

Dead By 12 (as herself, a Guest on a spoof chat-show cabaret, The Sound Theatre, 11pm to 12 midnight, Thursday 11 May 2006)

Side By Side By Sondheim 30th Anniversary Gala  (as a singer, at the Novello Theatre, Sunday 21 May 2006)

Best Ever Spitting Image (as herself a Spitting Image Puppeteer & Voice-Artiste, and, as ‘The Queen’ from Spitting Image, Broadcast on ITV1, 10:00pm, Sunday 25 June 2006)

A Love Letter To Dan (as a singer, at the Novello Theatre, Sunday 16 July 2006)

Five Minutes More (voiced Florrie to Alice Osbourne’s puppetry, first episode of the series first broadcast on Australian television on 23 August 2006)

The Story Of Light Entertainment (Episode 6 ‘Impressionists’ - as herself a Spitting Image Puppeteer & Voice-Artiste, and, as ‘The Queen’ from Spitting Image, Broadcast on BBC2 from 21:25 to 23:00, on Saturday 26 August 2006)

The Story Of Light Entertainment (Episode 8 ‘Variety’ – (Uncredited) Puppeteered on some clips from The Muppet Show, and probably also in clips from Of Muppets And Men The Making Of The Muppet Show. Broadcast on BBC2 from 21:25 to 23:00, on Saturday 9 September 2006)

The Muppets A Green And Red Christmas (CD) – credited as a Muppet Performer backing vocalist, recorded 2005, released September 2006

Gina’s Laughing Gear (as a member of the cast, portrays The Queen & Simon Cowell’s Mother. Series 1, episode 2 ‘Spoof’, recorded 20 November 2006, first broadcast on BBC 1, 17:00 to 17:30 on Friday 19 January 2007)

 

 2007

Mary Poppins  (as Miss Andrew (also a dancing statue, and, Miss Smythe), at Prince Edward Theatre, from Monday 10 April 2006 to Saturday 12 January 2008).

Gina’s Laughing Gear (as a member of the cast, portrays The Queen & Simon Cowell’s Mother. Series 1, episode 2 ‘Spoof’, recorded 20 November 2006, first broadcast on BBC 1, 17:00 to 17:30 on Friday 19 January 2007)

A Celebration Of The Lives And Work Of Dick Vosbrugh (as herself, a singer, at Finsbury Town Hall, Sunday 22 July 2007)

Theatre Cares Present: The Company Of Mary Poppins (as a member of the company of Mary Poppins, at Trafalgar Studios Theatre, Studio 1, Monday 1 October 2007)

That’s What I Call Unique TV – as ‘The Queen’ from Spitting Image (co-performed with Spitting Image colleague Nigel Plaskitt), 2007.

 

 2008

Mary Poppins  (as Miss Andrew (also a dancing statue, and, Miss Smythe), at Prince Edward Theatre, from Monday 10 April 2006 to Saturday 12 January 2008).

Next Door’s Baby (as Mrs O’Brien at The Orange Tree Theatre, Richmond Surrey, from Wednesday 6 February (press night Friday 8 February) to Saturday 8 March 2008).

Louise Gold ... By Appointment (as herself, at Norden Farm Centre For The Arts, Saturday 29 March 2008)

Comedy Map Of Great Britain (as herself a Spitting Image Puppeteer, and puppteering The Queen, Series 2, Episode 1, Spring 2008).

Shopping With The Stars 2008 (as herself, a West End singer-actress, at Dress Circle, Saturday 10 May 2008)

ABBA – The Mamma Mia! Story (as one of the Mamma Mia London Production Cast 3 Dynamos, as Tanya, first screened on ITV1 on Thursday 3 July 2008)

Vinegar Tom (in a Staged Reading of the play at The Royal Court, as part of their ‘Caryl Churchill Readings’ season, at 4pm on Thursday 18 September 2008)

Flaunt It 2008  (as herself  a singer, at The Fortune Theatre, Thursday 30 October 2008)

Oliver!  (as Mrs Sowerberry, and, Mrs Bedwin, and other bits parts), at Theatre Royal Drury Lane, from 14 January 2009 (previews from 13 December 2008 -  the previews were originally scheduled to start on the evening of 12 December, but the first two previews, the evening of 12 December and matinee on the 13 December were cancelled) to 8 January 2011)

 

 2009

Oliver!  (as Mrs Sowerberry, and, Mrs Bedwin, and other bits parts), at Theatre Royal Drury Lane, from 14 January 2009 (previews from 13 December 2008 -  the previews were originally scheduled to start on the evening of 12 December, but the first two previews, the evening of 12 December and matinee on the 13 December were cancelled) to 8 January 2011)

Oliver! (2009 cast album CD (CAST CD 105 – as Mrs Sowerberry, and, Mrs Bedwin, her vocals are also elsewhere in the ensemble. Recorded mostly on 14 January 2009 (with some additional material recorded during the following six days). Album released on 16 March 2009.))

Mortlake With East Sheen Society 40th Anniversary Celebration  (as herself, the cabaret entertainer hired for a for a community amenity society’s fortieth anniversary celebration, a private gig, at Sheen Lane Centre, Sunday 25 January 2009). See: http://omega-alpha.com/mess/about.htm . It is not known whether or not her performance incorporated parts of her LOUISE GOLD...By Appointment act).

Oliver! (2009 cast album CD (CAST CD 105 – as Mrs Sowerberry, and, Mrs Bedwin, her vocals are also elsewhere in the ensemble. Recorded mostly on 14 January 2009 (with some additional material recorded during the following six days). Album released on 16 March 2009.))

Shopping With The Stars 2009 (as herself, a West End singer-actress, at Dress Circle, Saturday 16 May 2008)

Transmission: Impossible With Ed And Oucho (as Babs (the female termite), first broadcast May 2009. Definitely in Episode 5 broadcast on BBC 2 on 30 May 2009, Episode 8 first broadcast on CBBC on 7 June 2009, Episode 10 first broadcast on CBBC on 14 June 2009, Episode 12 first broadcast on CBBC on 21 June 2009, Episode 14 first broadcast on CBBC on 28 June 2009, Episode 16 first broadcast on CBBC on 5 July 2009, and, Episode 24 first broadcast on CBBC on 2 August 2009)

 

 2010

Oliver!  (as Mrs Sowerberry, and, Mrs Bedwin, and other bits parts), at Theatre Royal Drury Lane, from 14 January 2009 (previews from 13 December 2008 -  the previews were originally scheduled to start on the evening of 12 December, but the first two previews, the evening of 12 December and matinee on the 13 December were cancelled) to 8 January 2011)

Puppet Walk (as herself – the tour guide, a Muppeteer, the only British puppeteer to work on The Muppet Show, around Hampstead, on Sunday 1 August 2010 (start time 11:00am)

Darling Of The Day (as Alice Challice, at the Ondaatje Wing Theatre at The National Portrait Gallery, on Sunday 22 & 29 August, 5, 12 & 19 September 2010)

 

 2011

Oliver!  (as Mrs Sowerberry, and, Mrs Bedwin, and other bits parts), at Theatre Royal Drury Lane, from 14 January 2009 (previews from 13 December 2008 -  the previews were originally scheduled to start on the evening of 12 December, but the first two previews, the evening of 12 December and matinee on the 13 December were cancelled) to 8 January 2011)

Labyrinth 25th Anniversary Screening  (as herself, a ballroom dancer from the film Labyrinth, and a notable British film and television puppeteer, at The Little Angel Marionette Theatre, 27 March 2011)

Coronation Street (as a Judge, broadcast on ITV 1 on Thursday 9 July 2011)

Mexican Hayride (as Montana, at the Lillian Baylis Studio Theatre, Sadler’s Wells, July and August 2011)

Scoop  (as Annie Haven, Series 3, Episode 6 – ‘Come In Digby Your Time’s Up’, first broadcast on Monday 1 August 2011, at 9:00am on CBBC)

Pippin- as Berthe, Menier Chocolate Factory, opened 7 December 2011 (previews from 22 November 2011) to 8 January 2012, and then from 14 to 25 February 2012

 

 2012

Pippin- as Berthe, Menier Chocolate Factory, opened 7 December 2011 (previews from 22 November 2011) to 8 January 2012, and then from 14 to 25 February 2012

The Importance Of Being Ernest The Musical – as Miss Prism, at Theatre Royal Windsor 20 June to 7 July 2012

James Church’s Cabaret Night – (as herself, at Norden Farm Centre For The Arts, Saturday 15 September 2012)

 

 2013

Muppets Most Wanted (as Annie Sue Pig and other puppeteering roles), filmed Spring& Summer 2013, not yet released

That Puppet Game Show (as Amber O’Neal and Miss Jemima Taptackle, Series 1 first screened on 10, 17, 24, & 31 August, & 7 & 14 September 2013  and episodes scheduled for transmission on 29 December 2013 and 5 January 2014

Sondheim Women – as herself (a Sondheim Singer), at St James Theatre Studio Theatre, 7 September 2013

 

 2014

The One Show (as herself a Spitting Image Puppeteer, and puppeteering The Queen, to mark the 30th anniversary of Spitting Image), episode broadcast 27 February 2014, BBC 1.

Muppets Most Wanted (as Annie Sue Pig, Wanda, A Kangaroo, and other puppeteering roles), filmed Spring & Summer 2013, realised Spring 2014

The Furchester Hotel (as Funella Furchester and others, first screened from September 2014 onwards on cbeebies)

Justin’s House (as Guest Puppeteer, performing Funella Furchester from The Furchester Hotel, first screened on 2 November 2014 on cbeebies)

Gypsy – as Mazeppa, at The Chichester Festival Theatre, from 6 October to 8 November 2014

 2015

The Furchester Hotel (as Funella Furchester and others, first screened from September 2014 onwards on cbeebies)

Gypsy – as Mazeppa, at The Chichester Festival Theatre, from 6 October to 8 November 2014, at The Savoy Theatre, London, Opening on 15 April 2015 (with previews from 28 March 2015), scheduled to run to 18 July 2015, then extended to be scheduled to run to 28 November 2015

West End Live 2015 (as Mazeppa from Gypsy, Trafalgar Square, 17:40 on Saturday 20 June 2015)

 

And what next? well, "Who knows?"

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