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Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw
Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw
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The Land of Christmas Plays by Pauline Baynes
The Land of Christmas Plays by Pauline Baynes
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La Poupee by Arthur Sturgess
La Poupee by Arthur Sturgess
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Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise, have been awarded the Joint Showbiz Award by the Variety
Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise, have been awarded the Joint Showbiz Award by the Variety
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Dan Leno/Panto Dame
Dan Leno/Panto Dame
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Waldorf Theatre, London
Waldorf Theatre, London
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The Mikado by W S Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan
The Mikado by W S Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan
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The Great Tally Ho Mystery - Charles Morritt
The Great Tally Ho Mystery - Charles Morritt
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Life by Maurice Cowan and Fred Rome
Life by Maurice Cowan and Fred Rome
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Scenery for Aladdin, Pollocks Toy Theatre
Scenery for Aladdin, Pollocks Toy Theatre
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Poster, Aladdin at Grand Theatre, Halifax
Poster, Aladdin at Grand Theatre, Halifax
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Cinderella at the London Hippodrome
Cinderella at the London Hippodrome
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Waldorf Theatre, London Featured Image

Waldorf Theatre, London

Promotional postcard for the Waldorf Theatre, London. Designed by the well known theatre architect W. G. R. Sprague it originally opened in 1905 as the Waldorf Theatre. But the theatre has also been known variously as the Whitney Theatre, the Strand Theatre (twice), and in 2005, it was renamed the Novello Theatre. The theatre was built as part of the Aldwych reconstruction which began at the turn of the Twentieth Century. The Waldorf Theatre was constructed at the bottom corner of Catherine Street - which was part of a vast new building consisting of the Waldorf Theatre itself, the new Waldorf Hotel in the centre, and at the far end, the Aldwych Theatre. Both Theatres were designed by the well known Theatre Architect W. G. R. Sprague and given identical exteriors. The Waldorf Theatre had a change of name in October 1909 when it was taken over by J. A. Harrison and became the Strand Theatre, but this was only temporary as in 1911 it was changed again, this time to the Whitney Theatre when it was bought by the American Manager F. C. Whitney. However, Whitney was not successful in this venture and the name reverted back to the Strand Theatre again in 1913 when Louis Meyer took up the reins, and this name would remain until 2005. Date: circa 1905

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Dan Leno as Mrs. Twankey 1897
Dan Leno as Mrs. Twankey 1897
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Aladdin, touring to the Opera House, Northampton
Aladdin, touring to the Opera House, Northampton
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Whos Hooper? by Fred Thompson
Whos Hooper? by Fred Thompson
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A Scrape of the Pen by Graham Moffatt
A Scrape of the Pen by Graham Moffatt
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The O'Mara Opera Company
The O'Mara Opera Company
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The Merry Widow by Edward Morton
The Merry Widow by Edward Morton
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Merry Merry by Harlan Thompson
Merry Merry by Harlan Thompson
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Theatre Royal, Haymarket
Theatre Royal, Haymarket
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Funny Face by Fred Thomson & Paul Gerard Smith
Funny Face by Fred Thomson & Paul Gerard Smith
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The Folly Theatre, Peter Street, Manchester
The Folly Theatre, Peter Street, Manchester
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Aladdin, Kennington Theatre, South London
Aladdin, Kennington Theatre, South London
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Uncle Toms Cabin
Uncle Toms Cabin
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The Folly Theatre, Peter Street, Manchester Featured Image

The Folly Theatre, Peter Street, Manchester

Promotional postcard showing a playbill of the acts playing at the Folly Theatre of Varieties, (known as the Folly) Peter Street, Manchester for the week commencing Monday, 24th March 1889. This particular bill, starred Marie Loftus (1857-1940) who was one of the great female stars of the British music hall. Known as "The Sarah Bernhardt of the Music Halls", she rose to become a leading national star, touring abroad to the USA and South Africa. The Music Hall and Theatre Review of Saturday, 30th May 1891 stated that "Tom Costello is still here", suggesting he was a regular and popular performer at The Folly. Date: circa 1889

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The White Horse Inn by Harry Graham
The White Horse Inn by Harry Graham
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Whirled Into Happiness by Harry Graham
Whirled Into Happiness by Harry Graham
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Was She To Blame? by Mrs F G Kimberley
Was She To Blame? by Mrs F G Kimberley
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S Whats The Matter With You?
S Whats The Matter With You?
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The Student Prince by Dorothy Donnelly
The Student Prince by Dorothy Donnelly
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Rookery Nook by Ben Travers
Rookery Nook by Ben Travers
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Raffles by E W Hornung & Augene Presbrey
Raffles by E W Hornung & Augene Presbrey
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Once Upon A Time by Laura Wildig
Once Upon A Time by Laura Wildig
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The New Aladdin by James T Tanner and W H Risque
The New Aladdin by James T Tanner and W H Risque
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London Coliseum - the Royal Box
London Coliseum - the Royal Box
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The Little Duchess by Robert Courtneidge and Bertram Davis
The Little Duchess by Robert Courtneidge and Bertram Davis
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Mrs F G Kimberley
Mrs F G Kimberley
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London Coliseum - the Royal Box Featured Image

London Coliseum - the Royal Box

Promotional postcard of the Royal Box of the London Coliseum. A Royal party visiting the Coliseum would enter by a private entrance into a richly furnished lounge, which upon a signal would move softly along on a track formed in the floor, through the salon and into a large foyer, which contained the entrance to the Royal Box. The lounge car remained in the position at the entrance to the box and served as an ante-room during the performance. The theatre was built by the theatrical architect Frank Matcham who intended it to be one of London's largest and most luxurious "family" variety theatres. Construction started in 1903 and it opened on 24 December the following year as the London Coliseum Theatre of Varieties. It is located in St. Martin's Lane, London. Date: circa 1905

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Ivanhoe
Ivanhoe
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The House that Jack Built
The House that Jack Built
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Aladdin pantomime design
Aladdin pantomime design
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Racial Type/Lady Tatters
Racial Type/Lady Tatters
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Storm of The Battle of Tinderley Down by C K Monro
Storm of The Battle of Tinderley Down by C K Monro
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Miss Hook Of Holland by Paul Rubens & Austin Hurgon
Miss Hook Of Holland by Paul Rubens & Austin Hurgon
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The Quinlan Opera Company
The Quinlan Opera Company
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The Joy Ride Lady by Arthur Anderson & Hartley Carrick
The Joy Ride Lady by Arthur Anderson & Hartley Carrick
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Half Past Eight by P Rubens and C H Bovill
Half Past Eight by P Rubens and C H Bovill
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Pantomime artist Will Evans with his children
Pantomime artist Will Evans with his children
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Advert/Sandwich Man 19C
Advert/Sandwich Man 19C
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Family at Panto
Family at Panto
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