Me and My Girl
One of the most successful musicals in West End history, ME AND MY GIRL opened to rave reviews and plethora of awards, transferred to Broadway and toured the world.
The original London cast was led by Robert Lindsay. The musical's book received a revision by Stephen Fry with Mike Ockrent in the 1980s. This revised version of Me and My Girl also included the song "Leaning on a Lamp-post" and received 2 Laurence Olivier Awards before transferring to Broadway in 1986 and winning 3 of its 11 Tony Award nominations.
Robert Lindsay, Emma Thompson
Directed by Mike Ockrent
2 Laurence Olivier Awards
11 Tony Award nominations, winning 3