Julian Clary On Stage - Theatre Credits, Bio and Tickets

Julian Clary was born in 1959 in Surbiton, Surrey. He attended Goldsmith’s College at the University of London, studying English and Drama. He began his career in stand-up comedy, performing as “Gillian Pieface”, and later as “The Joan Collins Fanclub”. He went on many successful tours of his act, many being released on home video.

He made his first TV appearance back in 1989 on Trick or Treat, an ITV quiz show. Soon enough, he was offered his own show, Stick Moments, on Channel 4 which ran from 1990-1991. His other TV work includes All Rise (1996), Just a inute (2012/2013), and Your Face Sounds Familiar (2013), to name a few, whilst he is also a regular panel member of Just a Minute, Radio 4’s long-running show.

In 2004, Clary made his West End debut, playing Leigh Bowery in Taboo. In 2007, he appeared in the Olivier Award winning production of Cabaret, playing the role of Emcee. He has also played roles in Canned Clary, and For The Love of Coqs.

In December 2016, Clary played the role of Dandini in Cinderella during a limited Christmas season at the London Palladium, alongside  Paul O’Grady, Lee Mead, and Nigel Havers.

In 2017, Clary will appear in Le Grand Mort at Trafalgar Studios, before returning to the London Palladium in Dick Whitington.  

Upcoming Shows Featuring Julian Clary

Pantoland at the Palladium
Pantoland at the Palladium
London Palladium
From Saturday, 12 December, 2020 To Sunday, 3 January, 2021

Returning for a fifth consecutive year, The London Palladium pantomime has become an essential part of Christmas in the West End, with record-breaking box office success year-after-year. Pantoland at The Palladium will be a treasure-trove of The London Palladium panto past and exciting new surprises written especially for the show.

Previous shows Featuring Julian Clary

Show Role Theatre Year Link
Goldilocks and the Three Bears The Good Ringmaster London Palladium 2019 - 2020
Snow White The Man in the Mirror London Palladium 2018 - 2019
Dick Whittington Spirit of the Bells Olivier Theatre, National 2017 - 2018
Le Grand Mort Michael Trafalgar Studio Two 2017
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