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Coliseum Gallery

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Choose from 63 pictures in our Coliseum collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Casanova adapted by Harry Graham with music Johann Strauss Featured Print

Casanova adapted by Harry Graham with music Johann Strauss

Casanova adapted by Harry Graham from the original by Rudolph Schanzer and Ernst Welisch, with music by Johann Strauss and arrangers Ralph Benatzky and Hans Mueller. First produced at the London Coliseum on 24th May 1932. The show ends with a spectacular staging of the Venice carnival. The postcard shows close ups of the four leading stars in their full make up and wigs. Clockwise from top left, Dorothy Dickson as Princess Potomska, Arthur Fear as Casanova, Marie Lohr as the Empress of Austria and Jack Barty as Colonel Waldstein. An illustration of a gondola can be seen in the centre of the card. Date: 1932

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Coliseum Theatre, Charing Cross, London - Blackbirds Featured Print

Coliseum Theatre, Charing Cross, London - Blackbirds

Coliseum Theatre, Charing Cross, London - Lew Leslie's New Production of Blackbirds of 1935'. Leslie (1888-1963) was a Broadway writer and producer who got his start in show business in vaudeville in his early twenties. Leslie was the first major impresario to present African-American artists on the Broadway stage. He became famous for his stage shows at the Cotton Club and later for his Blackbirds revues (brought over for a run in the UK as evidenced by this programme). Date: 1935

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Vesta Tilley, WW1 Featured Print

Vesta Tilley, WW1

Vesta Tilley (1864-1952), born Matilda Alice Powles, later Lady de Frece, music hall actress whose speciality was male impersonations. During the First World War, she earned the nickname, Britain's best recruiting sergeant, with a number of patriotic war songs she performed at various shows and revues. She is pictured in the role of Tommy home from the front at the London Coliseum where she delighted audiences with the song, Six Days Home on Leave. The Tatler wrote of her, Miss Tilley is undoubtedly the best male impersonator the Halls have ever seen, and is a great favourite practically all over the world. Posed here admiring a German pickelhaube helmet. Date: c.1915

© Mary Evans Picture Library