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  • Event: CABARET GIRL, THE
  • Person:

    author : Grossmith, George, Mr., 1874-1935 (son of author George Grossmith and brother of Lawrence Grossmith)

    author : Wodehouse, P. G. (Pelham Grenville), Mr., 1881-1975

    composer : Kern, Jerome David, Mr., 1885-1945

    lyricist : Grossmith, George, Mr., 1874-1935 (brother of Lawrence Grossmith)

    lyricist : Wodehouse, P. G. (Pelham Grenville), Mr., 1881-1975

    actor : Fortescue, Miss

    actor : Haddon, Peter, Mr., 1898-1962

    actor : Lennox, Vera, Miss, 1904-1984

    actor : Hurst, Dorothy, Miss

    actor : Field, Dorothy, Miss

    actor : Maule-Cole, Cecile, Miss

    actor : Seymour, Eileen, Miss

    actor : Glynn, Jack, Mr., fl.1920s

    actor : Bentham, Dorothy, Miss

    actor : Grossmith, George, Mr., 1874-1935 (son of author George Grossmith and brother of Lawrence Grossmith)

    actor : Griffin, Norman, Mr.

    actor : Gwyther, Geoffrey, Mr., c.1890-1944

    actor : Weguelin, Thomas, Mr.

    actor : Beard, Seymour, Mr.

    actor : Taylor, Enid, Miss, fl.1920s

    actor : Thatcher, Heather, Miss

    actor : Ramsden, Molly, Miss

    actor : Dickson, Dorothy, Miss, 1893-1995

    actor : Spree, Joseph, Mr.

    actor : Ellis, Leigh, Mr.

    actor : Barnby, Muriel, Miss

    actor : Horton, Claude, Mr., fl.1930s

    actor : Vere, Molly, Miss, fl.1910s

    actor : Kirkwood, Vera, Miss

    actor : Deane, Dorothy, Miss

    actor : Noyes, Monica, Miss

    actor : Shields, Betty, Miss

    actor : Graham, Ernest, Mr.

    actor : Whitlock, Fred, Mr., fl.1920s

    actor : Jinos, Mr.

  • Date: 19.9.1922
  • Brief description: Play Pictorial, v.41, 1922, No.249
  • Identifier: UKC-PER-PLY-411922
  • Theatre: Winter Garden Theatre, Drury Lane & Westminster & London & England

Further Details

  • Accession Number: UKC-PER-PLY-411922
  • Event: CABARET GIRL, THE
  • Content note: "..a New Musical Comedy in Three Acts.."
  • Associated people:

    author : Grossmith, George, Mr., 1874-1935 (son of author George Grossmith and brother of Lawrence Grossmith)

    author : Wodehouse, P. G. (Pelham Grenville), Mr., 1881-1975

    composer : Kern, Jerome David, Mr., 1885-1945

    lyricist : Grossmith, George, Mr., 1874-1935 (brother of Lawrence Grossmith)

    lyricist : Wodehouse, P. G. (Pelham Grenville), Mr., 1881-1975

    actor : Fortescue, Miss

    actor : Haddon, Peter, Mr., 1898-1962

    actor : Lennox, Vera, Miss, 1904-1984

    actor : Hurst, Dorothy, Miss

    actor : Field, Dorothy, Miss

    actor : Maule-Cole, Cecile, Miss

    actor : Seymour, Eileen, Miss

    actor : Glynn, Jack, Mr., fl.1920s

    actor : Bentham, Dorothy, Miss

    actor : Grossmith, George, Mr., 1874-1935 (son of author George Grossmith and brother of Lawrence Grossmith)

    actor : Griffin, Norman, Mr.

    actor : Gwyther, Geoffrey, Mr., c.1890-1944

    actor : Weguelin, Thomas, Mr.

    actor : Beard, Seymour, Mr.

    actor : Taylor, Enid, Miss, fl.1920s

    actor : Thatcher, Heather, Miss

    actor : Ramsden, Molly, Miss

    actor : Dickson, Dorothy, Miss, 1893-1995

    actor : Spree, Joseph, Mr.

    actor : Ellis, Leigh, Mr.

    actor : Barnby, Muriel, Miss

    actor : Horton, Claude, Mr., fl.1930s

    actor : Vere, Molly, Miss, fl.1910s

    actor : Kirkwood, Vera, Miss

    actor : Deane, Dorothy, Miss

    actor : Noyes, Monica, Miss

    actor : Shields, Betty, Miss

    actor : Graham, Ernest, Mr.

    actor : Whitlock, Fred, Mr., fl.1920s

    actor : Jinos, Mr.

  • Description level: 4
  • Material type: play review
  • Identity code: UKC/PER/PLY/411922
  • Location: Special Collections' Store
  • Part: Reading Rayner Collection
  • Date: 19.9.1922
  • Recordcreation note: The cast list is accompanied by a description of the plot and photographs of the actors in character and in scenes from the play. In particular Mr. George Grossmith as Mr. Gripps, Mr. Norman Griffin as Mr. Gravvins, Mr. Joseph Spree as the Agent, Mr. Leigh Ellis as the Tuner, Mr. Geoffrey Gwyther as James Paradene, Miss Vera Lennox as Effie Dix, Mr. Thomas Weguelin as the Pseudo-Colonel and Miss Dorothy Dickson as Marilynn. Interspersed amongst the photographs are lyrics to songs entitled, "Whoop-De-Oodle-Do", "Nerves", "Looking all over for You" and "Ka-lu-la".
  • Person:

    licensee : Grossmith, George, Mr., 1874-1935 (son of author George Grossmith and brother of Lawrence Grossmith)

    licensee : Malone, J. A. E., Mr., c.1860-1929 (manager and producer)

    manager : Turner, Alfred, Mr.

    stage director : Maynard, Charles A., Mr.

    musical director : Ansell, John, Mr.

    choreographer : Haskell, Jack, Mr.

    producer : Grossmith, George, Mr., 1874-1935 (son of author George Grossmith and brother of Lawrence Grossmith)

  • Theatre: Winter Garden Theatre, Drury Lane & Westminster & London & England
  • Repository: Special Collections, University of Kent at Canterbury

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