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Comical Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 119 pictures in our Comical 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.


Theatre, 'A Cuckoo in the Nest' 1925, Nerman Featured Print

Theatre, 'A Cuckoo in the Nest' 1925, Nerman

A scene from 'A Cuckoo in the Nest', a popular farce playing in London in 1925. Here, the impeccable husband is discovered by his wife and in-laws in a lady's bedroom (equally impeccable) at an hour which is difficult to explain... Names, left to right, Ralph Lynn, Yvonne Arnaud, Grace Edwin, Mary Brough, Tom Walls, Roger Livesey, and Enda Mason.

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Clothes and the Woman by George Paston Featured Print

Clothes and the Woman by George Paston

Clothes and the Woman by George Paston. The reverse of a four page flyer which also includes the production of Me and My Diary by Gertrude Jennings. Robert Courtneidge presents Iris Hoey and Company in both 'Clothes and The Woman' and 'Me and My Diary'. Iris Hoey in both plays at each performance. Iris Hoey (17 July 1885 13 May 1979) took many lead roles in musical comedies like Princess Caprice, Oh! Oh! Delphine and The Pearl Girl, but by this time was concentrating on straight theatre. Advertising six nights at the Theatre Royal In Nottingham from 15th May 1922. Both performances were for charity. The photo we see of Iris Hoey was by Reville Ltd, London, W. The flyer was printed by David Allen and Son Ltd, Belfast and London. Date: 1922

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

The Catch of the Season by Seymour Hicks and Cosmo Hamilton Featured Print

The Catch of the Season by Seymour Hicks and Cosmo Hamilton

The Catch of the Season by Seymour Hicks and Cosmo Hamilton, with music by Herbert Haines and Evelyn Baker. The flyer is headed 'Mr George Dance's Co, by arrangement with Charles Frohman'. Seymour Hicks wrote the part of the Duke of St. Jermyns for himself. He is recognisable as the man on the left standing sheepishly with his back to a long row of women dressed for dancing, all are looking hopefully his way. He holds his hat in his hands and is looking nervously over his shoulder. The caption below says 'Duke, We Are All Unmarried'.
1904

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library