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Hippodrome Gallery

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

Choose from 157 pictures in our Hippodrome 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.


Cinderella at the London Hippodrome Featured Print

Cinderella at the London Hippodrome

Cinderella, the first pantomime at the London Hippodrome, which received rave reviews. Top photographs show Hetty Chattel as the Prince, Ruth Lytton as Dandini and Amy Farrell as Cinderella. The bottom picture shows the ballroom scene with a minuet being danced. The Hippodrome's clown, Marceline, can be seen taking a bow in the role of Buttons. Charlie Chaplin made one of his first stage appearances in Cinderella in the chorus. Date: 1901

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

The Witching Houri! A Quarter Past Six! A remarkable pose by Russian Dancer Mlle Featured Print

The Witching Houri! A Quarter Past Six! A remarkable pose by Russian Dancer Mlle

The Witching Houri! A Quarter Past Six! A remarkable pose by Russian Dancer Mlle. Ludmila Schollar at the London Hippodrome in Tchaikovsky's Les Lac des Cygnes'. Date: 1910

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

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Business As Usual revue by F. W. Mark and A. P. de Courville Featured Print

Business As Usual revue by F. W. Mark and A. P. de Courville

Business As Usual revue by F. W. Mark and Albert P. de Courville (1887 - 1960). First produced at the London Hippodrome on the 16th November 1914. Artist John Hassall has drawn an image of a jolly salesman with four happy pigs all wearing german helmets. Apart from these helmets this image belies the fact that the revue was mainly about the First World War. Wounded soldiers and a cavalry charge were shown. Harry Day Presents'. Touring to Kings Theatre, Southsea, on 28th June 1916. Date: 1911

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library