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Name  Hugh Hayes

Role  Theatrical producer
Awards  Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical
Nominations  Tony Award for Best Musical, Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Musical
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Hugh Hayes (died 5 September 1928) was a unionist politician in Ireland.

Hayes lived in Lurgan. A Presbyterian, he qualified as a solicitor in 1882. He was active in the Irish Unionist Party, and by 1907 was the honorary secretary of the West Down Unionist Registration Association. He was the election agent for William John MacGeagh MacCaw at the West Down by-election, 1907, although MacCaw withdrew in favour of Lord Arthur Hill.

Hayes was elected to the British House of Commons, without facing an opponent, for the Ulster Unionist Party, at the West Down by-election, 1922. He is not recorded as having spoken in the House of Commons His constituency was abolished at the November general election, and Hayes did not stand for Parliament again.

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