Audience of stars at midnight performance of Charlot's Revue
A galaxy of stars in the audience for the midnight performance of the first night of Charlot's Revue at the Prince of Wales Theatre in April 1925. Among the entertainers who came to see the show after their own perfomances at other theatres were over were Noel Coward, George Grossmith, Laddie Cliff, Leslie Henson, Andre Charlot (left back row), Gwen Farrar & Norah Blaney, Tallulah Bankhead, Beatrice Lillie, Gertrude Lawrence, Dorothy Dickson, Phyllis Dare, Fay Compton and Zena Dare.
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Music Sheet - Tutankhamen - Gwen Farrar and Norah Blaney
Music sheet cover for the song, In the Day of Tut-ankh-amen written and composed by Reg Low and J. P. Long, and sung by Norah Blaney and Gwen Farrar in the Andre Charlot revue, Rats! at the Vaudeville Theatre in 1923. Composed shortly after the discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamen, the song was a topical skit on one of the most talked about subjects of the time. Date: 1923
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