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Actresses Collection (#4)

Background imageActresses Collection: Theatre Theatrical Popular Entertainment Stage

Theatre Theatrical Popular Entertainment Stage
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Background imageActresses Collection: Members of British Equity campaigning with banner

Members of British Equity campaigning with banner
Members of British Equity campaigning with a banner outside the Spanish Embassy in London, 4 August 1978. They include (left to right) John Barron (union President), Robert Morley, Paul Eddington

Background imageActresses Collection: Twelve Hollywood Beauties from Clifford Whitley's revue

Twelve Hollywood Beauties from Clifford Whitley's revue
Twelve musical actresses from Clifford Whitley's revue, produced by Hassard Short, at the Adelphi, London. Date: 1935

Background imageActresses Collection: The Baddeley sisters were both actresses, Angela (right) was married to Mr Glen Byam-Shaw

The Baddeley sisters were both actresses, Angela (right) was married to Mr Glen Byam-Shaw and Hermione was married to Mr David Tennat

Background imageActresses Collection: Actresses on Footlight Favourites Fan

Actresses on Footlight Favourites Fan Date: 1890s

Background imageActresses Collection: Ta-ra-ra-Boom-de-ay - popular song

Ta-ra-ra-Boom-de-ay - popular song
Ta-ra-ra-Boom-de-ay - the popular song in musical notation, with portraits Date: 1890s

Background imageActresses Collection: Lily and Hilda Hanbury, English actresses Date: 1890s

Lily and Hilda Hanbury, English actresses Date: 1890s

Background imageActresses Collection: Olive May (nee Olive Mary Meatyard), Countess of Drogheda (1886 - 1947)

Olive May (nee Olive Mary Meatyard), Countess of Drogheda (1886 - 1947)
Olive May (ne Olive Mary Meatyard), Countess of Drogheda (1886 - 1947), Actress; former wife of Lord Victor Paget, and later wife of 10th Earl of Drogheda

Background imageActresses Collection: Front cover of The Tatler featuring a portrait of Countess Poulett

Front cover of The Tatler featuring a portrait of Countess Poulett, formerly the actress Sylvia Storey, who married Lord Poulett in 1908

Background imageActresses Collection: Lady Francis Hope (1866 - 1938), formerly the actress Miss May Yohe

Lady Francis Hope (1866 - 1938), formerly the actress Miss May Yohe, who married Lord Francis Hope, heir to the 7th Duke of Newcastle in 1893

Background imageActresses Collection: Front cover of The Sketch featuring engaged couple, actress Frances Doble

Front cover of The Sketch featuring engaged couple, actress Frances Doble, and sir Anthony Lindsay-Hogg wearing rather bizarre and ill-advised costume

Background imageActresses Collection: Page from The Tatler reporting on the marriage of Mrs Stirling

Page from The Tatler reporting on the marriage of Mrs Stirling (formerly Clare Elizabeth Taylor) of the Gaiety Theatre and Lord George Cholmondeley, second son of the Marquess of Cholmondeley

Background imageActresses Collection: Front cover of The Sketch reporting on the marriage of Mrs Stirling

Front cover of The Sketch reporting on the marriage of Mrs Stirling (formerly Clara Elizabeth Taylor) of the Gaiety Theatre to Lord George Cholmondeley, second son of the Marquess of Cholmondeley

Background imageActresses Collection: Dalys Girls enjoying themselves at the swimming baths. Standing (left to right)

Dalys Girls enjoying themselves at the swimming baths. Standing (left to right): The Misses Stella Riga, Jean Stirling, Veda Le Grand and Irene Flower

Background imageActresses Collection: Review of Walter Greenwoods Love on the Dole at the Garrick Theatre in The Bystander

Review of Walter Greenwoods Love on the Dole at the Garrick Theatre in The Bystander magazine, complete with caricatures of the leading characters by Rouson. Date: 1935

Background imageActresses Collection: Star-Shine and Sun-Shine on the Riviera, well

Star-Shine and Sun-Shine on the Riviera, well known actresses (Mlle Arlette Dorgere, The Guy Sisters, Evelyn Laye, Mlle Falconetti and Betty Balfour) sketched at Monte Carlo, 1927 by A

Background imageActresses Collection: Two gowns worn by actresses at the Poiniere Theatre, Paris

Two gowns worn by actresses at the Poiniere Theatre, Paris, 1925 - the left worn by Mlle Marken is an emerald green crepe edged with silver rose voile

Background imageActresses Collection: A scene from The Way You Look At It at the Queen s

A scene from The Way You Look At It at the Queen s
A scene from The Way You Look At It at the Queens Theatre, London, 1926 with Leslie Howard, Edna Best and Isabel Jeans Date: 1926

Background imageActresses Collection: Theatrical stars June and Antia Elson on holiday

Theatrical stars June and Antia Elson on holiday in sunny England at Lulworth Cove, 1926 - top in a motorboat with Nick Prinsep (top) and with other friends (below) Date: 1926

Background imageActresses Collection: The cast of Don t Listen, Ladies, written by Sacha Guitry, and staged at the St

The cast of Don t Listen, Ladies, written by Sacha Guitry, and staged at the St. Jamess Theatre in London in 1948, caricatured by Tom Tit in The Tatler

Background imageActresses Collection: Buddy Bradleys dance school

Buddy Bradleys dance school
Principal Boys, including Patricia Burke and Jean Gillie, practising their dance moves for the pantomime season at Buddy Bradleys dance school. Date: 1940

Background imageActresses Collection: Striking costumes designed by Victor Stiebel for the musical, Music in the Air

Striking costumes designed by Victor Stiebel for the musical, Music in the Air, starring Mary Ellis. Date: 1933

Background imageActresses Collection: Nell Gwynnes house

Nell Gwynnes house
View of Nell Gwynnes house in 1820. Nell Gwynne (1650-1687) was an acclaimed actress, one of the first English actresses and a mistress of King Charles II of England. Date: 1875

Background imageActresses Collection: Clarice Mayne, popular stage actress and considered one of the finest principle boys in

Clarice Mayne, popular stage actress and considered one of the finest principle boys in the pantomime business, pictured laying the first brick of the Karsino

Background imageActresses Collection: Front cover of The Tatler featuring theatrical impresario Charles B

Front cover of The Tatler featuring theatrical impresario Charles B. Cochran with actresses Peggy Wood and Evelyn Laye. Wood

Background imageActresses Collection: Pat Kirkwood in Black Velvet at the London Hippodrome

Pat Kirkwood in Black Velvet at the London Hippodrome
Pat Kirkwood performing the hit, Most Gentlemen Don t Like Love in the popular wartime revue Black Velvet at the London Hippodrome in 1940. Date: 1940

Background imageActresses Collection: The Tatler and Eve at the Advertising Ball - fancy dress

The Tatler and Eve at the Advertising Ball - fancy dress
Miss Lily St. John, representing The Tatler and wearing a replica costume of the eighteenth century gentleman who appears on the cover, together with Evelyn Laye representing its sister magazine

Background imageActresses Collection: The actress June by Madame Yevonde

The actress June by Madame Yevonde
The actress known simply as June at the time she was appearing in the new musical comedy, Toni in Birmingham before moving to the Shaftesbury Theatre in London. Date: 1924

Background imageActresses Collection: Dick Whittington at the London Hippodrome, 1903

Dick Whittington at the London Hippodrome, 1903
Dick Whittington at the London Hippodrome in 1903. Top left, Dick and his sweetheart played by Ruth Lytton and Fanny Dango. Top right, Dick with his cat (played by Mr Fred Farren Jnr)

Background imageActresses Collection: Sketch cover - Cicely Debenham in Zig-Zag, London Hippodrome

Sketch cover - Cicely Debenham in Zig-Zag, London Hippodrome
Cicely Debenham as Louana Lou of Honolulu in the revue " Zig-Zag!" at the London Hippodrome in 1917. Date: 1917

Background imageActresses Collection: Camille Clifford at home

Camille Clifford at home
Camille Clifford (1885 - 1971), Belgian-born stage actress, the model for the Edwardian Gibson Girl drawn by Charles Dana Gibson, who married the Hon

Background imageActresses Collection: Starlets and show-girls of Black Velvet at London Hippodrome

Starlets and show-girls of Black Velvet at London Hippodrome
Page from The Sketch featuring photographs of the starlets in Black Velvet, a revue at the London Hippodrome in 1939. Featured are Iris Lockwood (who married theatre producer Robert Nesbitt)

Background imageActresses Collection: Jack Buchanan & Vera Pearce in Stand Up and Sing by Hynes

Jack Buchanan & Vera Pearce in Stand Up and Sing by Hynes
Caricature by Hynes of Jack Buchanan and Vera Pearce performing a comedy dance in the hit musical Stand Up and Sing at the London Hippodrome. Date: 1931

Background imageActresses Collection: Jack Buchanan & Elsie Randolph Mr. Whittington, Hippodrome

Jack Buchanan & Elsie Randolph Mr. Whittington, Hippodrome
Jack Buchanan and Elsie Randolph in a scene from Mr. Whittington, a comedy musical starring Buchanan as a modern-day Dick Whittington

Background imageActresses Collection: The Gaiety Girls - Constance Collier and Lily Harold

The Gaiety Girls - Constance Collier and Lily Harold, with an unknown actress. circa 1894

Background imageActresses Collection: Goodbye Piccadilly, Farewell Leicester Square by Autori

Goodbye Piccadilly, Farewell Leicester Square by Autori
Group caricature by Autori of music and stage stars of various nationalities who would, if the contemplated restrictions on foreign artistes in London were passed, leave Londons West End

Background imageActresses Collection: Laura Cowie with daughter Ursula by Madame Yevonde

Laura Cowie with daughter Ursula by Madame Yevonde
Actress Laura Cowie (1892 - 1969), who in private life was Mrs John Hastings Turner, wife of the author and playwright, pictured with her daughter Ursula on the front cover of The Sketch in 1932 at

Background imageActresses Collection: Dolly Sisters on front cover of the Sketch 1921

Dolly Sisters on front cover of the Sketch 1921
The Dolly Sisters photographed in their costumes for the new pantomime " The Babes in the Wood" by C B Cochran. The Dolly Sisters enjoyed immense success in London

Background imageActresses Collection: Norah Blaney in The Vagabond King 1927

Norah Blaney in The Vagabond King 1927
Norah Blaney (1894 - 1983), music hall performer and actress, appearing in the part of Huguette in The Vagabond King, playing at the Winter Garden Theatre in London in 1927. 1927

Background imageActresses Collection: Doria March

Doria March (1893 - 1974), born Katharine Hamilton Ewing, Canadian actress, hailed, the best-dressed woman in Canada. Date: 1930

Background imageActresses Collection: Bystander front cover - Elsa Macfarlane

Bystander front cover - Elsa Macfarlane
Bystander cover featuring a colour photograph of actress and entertainer, Elsa Macfarlane, who was a member of the revue group, the Co-optimists

Background imageActresses Collection: Voice audition for female role in a musical 1908

Voice audition for female role in a musical 1908
Illustration of a voice-trial for a female role in a musical comedy, with Stanley Wade and Merlin Morgan shown judging the auditions for Mr George Edwardes theatre companies

Background imageActresses Collection: Bystander cover - Marchioness of Headfort

Bystander cover - Marchioness of Headfort
The Marchioness of Headfort, formerly known to playgoers as Miss Rose (Rosie) Boote of the Gaiety Theatre, London. She married the Marquess in April 1901, and her son became the Earl of Bective

Background imageActresses Collection: Norah Blaney and Gwen Farrar in The House that Jack Built

Norah Blaney and Gwen Farrar in The House that Jack Built
Theatrical double act Norah Blaney and Gwen Farrar dressed as what appears to be Mickey and Minnie Mouse in a scene from " The House That Jack Built"

Background imageActresses Collection: The Sisters Levey, three Victorian actresses

The Sisters Levey, three Victorian actresses. late 19th century

Background imageActresses Collection: Cartoon, Mrs Leigh Murray, English actress

Cartoon, Mrs Leigh Murray, English actress
Cartoon, Mrs Elizabeth Leigh Murray (1815-1892), English actress. 1884

Background imageActresses Collection: Cartoon, Miss Mary Anderson, actress

Cartoon, Miss Mary Anderson, actress - The good girl who would give up her play to go to church. 1885



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