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Embracing Gallery

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

Choose from 141 pictures in our Embracing 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.


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Dear Love by Dion Titheradge, Laurie Wylie & Herbert Clayton

Dear Love by Dion Titheradge, Laurie Wylie and Herbert Clayton, with music by Haydon Wood, Joseph Turnbridge and Jack Waller. First produced at the Theatre Royal, Birmingham, on 21st October 1929 and at the Palace Theatre, on 14th November 1929. Two people fall in love and only belatedly realise that they are already married. Touring to the Wimbledon Theatre, on 19th May 1930. See The Count of Luxemburg for another example of this absurdity. Date: 1930

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

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The Edge O Beyond by Roy Horniman and Ruby Miller

The Edge O Beyond by Roy Horniman (18721930) and Ruby Miller (14 July 1889 - 2 April 1976), from the novel by Gertrude Page (1872 - 1922) written in 1908. First produced at Devonshire Park Theatre in Eastbourne on 20th June 1921 and at the Garrick Theatre, on 9th August 1921. The wording on the reverse is by Gertrude Page Authoress of Paddy the Next Best Thing. Horniman and Miller are credited as adapters. Touring to the Shakespeare Theatre in Liverpool, on 17th September 1923. Date: 1923

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

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No, No Nanette by Frank Mandel

Promotional postcard for No No Nanette by Frank Mandel, Otto Harbach and Irving Caesar; music Vincent Youmans. (Globe Theatre, New York, 16th September 1925). First produced in England at the Palace Theatre, 11th March 1925. Touring to Theatre Royal, Brighton, 31st August 1925. The farcical story involves three couples who find themselves together at a cottage in Atlantic City in the midst of a blackmail scheme, focusing on a young, fun-loving Manhattan heiress who naughtily runs off for a weekend, leaving her unhappy fianc鮠Its songs include the well-known "Tea for Two" and "I Want to Be Happy". Also used at the Theatre Mogador, Paris, where the postcard was given away two weeks before the show opened there. Date: 1925

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library