An entertainer and producer of international status
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school, went on tour with a boy singing group The Four Blue Pages. During
three years of continuous touring in variety his voice broke and developed
an unmusical croak overnight.
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idols, and his first engagement as a comedian was at the age of 18 at the
Old Collins Music Hall on Islington Green, a mecca at that time for agents
and talent scouts. He was spotted by a representative of Vie Oliver who
introduced him to the BBC producer Alistair Scott-Johnson, who gave him his
first broadcast in Variety Playhouse.
Many more radio shows followed and in all over 100
broadcasts for the BBC.
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It was in the sixties that Duggie went into business on
his own account and his hugely popular Chapman Music Hall played every major
town and city in Great Britain and abroad. Visits with the show to South
Africa, Scandinavia (3 times) and USA (4 times) have meant a very busy
schedule for today's top stars in a series of concerts and is a director in
his own right, having produced more than 400 pantomimes, summer shows and
In 1997 Duggie was awarded the first 'Roy Castle'
trophy for outstanding services to variety, from an impressive list of
MOST RECENT AWARDS HAVE BEEN 2008 "A LIFETIME
ACHIEVEMENT AWARD FROM THE BRITISH MUSIC HALL SOCIETY, "RAT OF THE YEAR"
GRAND ORDER OF WATER RATS, IN 2009 "PRODUCER OF THE YEAR" ENCORE MAGAZINE.
THE ULTIMATE HONOUR FOR DUGGIE CAME IN JUNE 2009 IN THE "QUEENS BIRTHDAY
AWARDS" WITH AN MBE FOR HIS SERVICES TO LIGHT ENTERTAINMENT AND CHARITIES.