The Louise English links page includes links to co-star's websites including Benny Hill, Emma Bryant Wynter, Sue Upton and David Essex.


Thank you for visiting the Louise English Fan Centre.  Here are some Louise-related links you may find interesting, including: Career, CDs and DVDs, Co-Stars, The Benny Hill Show, Hill's Angels, Theatre News, Theatre Blogs, Theatre Podcasts, Entertainment News and Other.



Richard Argyle Associates — Louise's professional representation.

CV — Louise's career credits.

Biography — Louise's professional biography.

Internet Movie Database (IMDB) — Featuring Louise's page. 

Louise English Fan Centre You Tube Channel (IMDB) — Featuring Louise's videos.


CDs and DVDs:

All The Fun Of The Fair CD and DVD — Don't miss Louise's touching solo rendition of A Winters Tale and her duet with David Essex along with all of the wonderful music from this smash-hit musical.

The Benny Hill Show: Complete and Unadulterated — The Hill's Angels Years Megaset; and Benny Hill: The Complete Megaset — The Thames Years 1969-1989 — These show stopping Region 1 (NTSC) DVD collections of 58 episodes include all of Louise's wonderful performances as Benny Hill's leading lady and the featured performer with Hill's Angels as well as every classic comedic moment from the lad himself. And you can save when you order via Louise's link.

House Of The Long Shadows DVD — Louise stars alongside horror film legends Vincent Price, Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing and John Carradine.

Brush Strokes DVD — Louise is dazzling as Lucia Morella, Karl Howman's (Jacko) Italian girlfriend. You'll be saying "Oh, Chisel" if you miss this classic comedy with lovely Louise.

Lytton's Diary DVD or MP3 Download — Louise takes a dramatic turn as Cherry, a backup singer for a traveling preacher, who falls hard for an underhanded Fleet Street reporter who works for Peter Bowles.

Sherlock Holmes The Musical — Louise's lovely soprano voice is nicely featured on this cast recorded CD.



David Essex — The British singing legend starring as Buddy's father in ELF The Musical.

Vicki Michelle — The official website of a good friend known for her role as Yvette on 'Allo 'Allo and Louise's co-star in Snow White and Annie The Musical; her FaceBook and Twitter pages.

Su Pollard — Well-known star of Hi-De-Hi! and Louise's co-star in Annie The Musical and Snow White.

Hal Fowler — Bill Snibson in Me and My Girl at the Alexandra Theatre.

Mark Wynter — Oliver "Daddy" Warbucks in Annie The Musical and singer of the pop hit Venus in Blue Jeans.

Anita Dobson — Dolly Levi in the national tour of Hello, Dolly!

Jemma Carlisle — Annie in the earlier tours.



The Benny Hill Songbook — Lyrics and chords for songs from The Benny Hill Show and Benny Hill's albums.

Benny Hill's Hotel Splendide — A discussion board for all things related to The Benny Hill Show.

Television Heaven — Presenting the history of classic television shows both past and present. Featuring the Benny Hill page.



Benny's Place Featuring Louise English & Hill's Angels — A nice website dedicated to Louise, Benny Hill and all of the many delightful Hill's Angels. Includes extensive cast information.

Sue Upton — Everyone's favourite blonde Hill's Angel. Includes interviews and photographs.

Sam Spencer-Lane — A recent photo of the lovely Hill's Angel.

Leigh Miles — Web page for the Hill's Angel, dance champion, choreographer, fitness expert and stage director. Also, check out her Twitter and FaceBook pages.

Emma (Bryant) Wynter — Louise's duet partner on Please Don't Pull Our Privy Down; now a choreographer and children's dance teacher.

Abigail (Abi) Higgins — The lovely Pan's People and Hill's Angels member, now a respected and successful pottery maker.



The Stage — UK theatre and performing arts news, reviews, listings and auditions.

UK Theatre Network — A comprehensive theatre website that includes news, reviews and interviews.

The British Theatre Guide — Current news, weekly newsletter, reviews, interviews and many links.

London Theatre Guide — A "What's On" guide to musicals, repertory, opera, dance, festivals and tickets.

London Theatre 1 — Read London theatre  reviews and news.

West End Theatre World — The premier West End resource on the internet.

It's Behind You — An entertaining and informative website dedicated to the art and history of British pantomime.

Playbill — The United States' leading online theatres guide.

Everything Theatre — An honest and unpretentious guide to the London theatre scene.



What's On Stage — Blog from one of the leading theatre websites.

The Guardian Theatre Blog — Theatre blog from the UK newspaper, The Guardian.

Musical Theatre Resources — A blog for musical theatre professionals.

Pocketsize Theatre — The independent theatre website.

Arlene Phillips — A life in dance.

A Younger Theatre — A site with features for emerging creative talent.

Spotlight On Musicals — A U.S. blog about all things musical theatre.

Broadway Musical Blog — Reviews and news from New York.



Musical Talk — The UK's independent musical theatre podcast.

Show People with Andrew Keates — The theatre director shines a light on the UK performing arts.

The Musicals and Theatre Podcast — Magic Radio's Alice Arnold chats with performers from theatre and musicals.

Something New — Join award-winning musical theatre writer Joel B. New as he interviews the savviest singers he knows.

The London Arts Review — Theatre, film, art reviews and new music from the Flaneur.

Behind The Curtain: Broadways Living Legends — A podcast dedicated to collecting the anecdotes of Broadway's greatest legends.



BBC Entertainment — Comedy, drama, TV and celebrity news.

Google Entertainment News — Continuous updates from over 4,500 sources.

Yahoo Entertainment News — The latest celebrity gossip and showbiz news.



Stella Mann College — A leading school of dance where Louise studied.

Tony James Radio — One of Britain's best-loved DJ's, BBC Radio Cumbria host, and one of Louise's fans.

All Musicals — A website of lyrics from hit musicals including Annie, Hello, Dolly! Oliver! Me and My Girl, Gypsy and many others.

The Spotlight — The famous casting directories.

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