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Choose from 61 pictures in our Impresario 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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Mr Louis Napoleon Parker playing 'a solo' on the Megaphone

Mr Louis Napoleon Parker (1852-1944) "playing a solo" on the Megaphone at the Warwick Pageant of 1906 (the only way he could successfully direct a vast cast). The Warwick Pageant was a huge drama festival, organised by Parker, which took place in the grounds of Warwick Castle, England, in July 1906 and was later described as the biggest thing which ever happened to Warwick. Parker announced in 1911 that more than 15, 000 performers had gone through his hands, and audiences had reached a quarter of a million!! Date: 1906

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

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Caricature of Augustus Harris and Henry Pettitt

Caricature of Augustus Harris (1852-1896), British actor, dramatist and impresario, and Henry Alfred Pettitt (1848-1893), British actor and dramatist -- Never mind, Pettitt, if the newspapers don't like our railway collision, the Pit and Gallery do. Their new sensational melodrama, Pluck, was in production at Drury Lane Theatre, London. Despite the excitement of a train wreck, a snowstorm, a mob breaking windows and a burning building, the seven long acts and waits between scenes had irritated the critics.

© Terry Parker / Mary Evans Picture Library

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Charles Gulliver - Managing Director of the London Palladium

Charles Gulliver, theatre producer, impresario and managing director of the London Palladium during the First World War and 1920s. Gulliver organised and gave 300 performances and concerts during the war for various charities at the Palladium and his other theatres, raising 112, 000. He met all expenses entirely by himself. The Palladium Cigarette and Comforts Fund sent 23, 000, 000 cigarettes to the troops and collected 6000 for the British Red Cross during their special fundraising month. Date: 1918

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans