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Dillie Keane

Dillie Keane
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Dillie Keane is perhaps best known as one third of the comedy cabaret trio Fascinating Aïda, ever since its inception in 1983, but she has had an equally prominent solo career.

Keane was nominated for a Perrier Award at the Edinburgh Festival in 1990 for her one-woman theatre show Single Again (Sean Hughes would go on to win the award), returning the following year with Citizen Keane. Between 1999 and 2001 she toured a one-woman show, Back With You, taking in the UK and Germany and winning the Best Comedy Award at the Moers Comedy Festival in 2001.

In 2002, Keane wrote the songs for Sandi Toksvig's musical comedy Big Night Out at the Little Palace Theatre, starring in the show itself at the Palace Theatre, Watford with Toksvig and Bonnie Langford. She has written songs for two pantos with Adèle Anderson.

Keane has recently been appearing alongside Jenny Eclair and Linda Robson in Grumpy Old Women Live, and she appeared as The Duchess in Me and My Girl (2006) on a new national tour. She is currently performing at the Edinburgh Festival 2007, for which she has been nominated for The Stage Best Actress Award, before getting back on tour with Grumpy Old Women Live.
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