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Shoreditch Empire (London, England)

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Works: 26 works in 26 publications in 1 language and 14 library holdings
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Most widely held works about England) Shoreditch Empire (London
 
Most widely held works by England) Shoreditch Empire (London
[Handbill for Marie Lloyd ; James Fawn ; Bessie Wentworth ; Tom Costello ; Contance Moxon ; The Poluskis ; Sisters Wright ; G.W. Hunter ; Jessie Albini ; James Norrie ; Lillie Vento ; J.C. Rich ; Edith St. Clair ; J.H. Hurst ; Blanche Rose ; O'Connor & Marney ; Fanny Wright ; Vento : Theatre Collections production file by England) Shoreditch Empire (London( Book )

1 edition published in 1900 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Handbill for the London's productions of: Marie Lloyd; James Fawn; Bessie Wentworth; Tom Costello; Contance Moxon ; The Poluskis ; Sisters Wright ; G.W. Hunter ; Jessie Albini ; James Norrie ; Lillie Vento ; J.C. Rich; Edith St. Clair; J.H. Hurst; Blanche Rose; O'Connor & Marney; Fanny Wright; Vento
[Mixed programme for Don and Dorette ; The Dixons ; Harry Hemsley ; Flanagan & Allen ; The Vedras ; Billy Barr and Lady ; Haden Herbert 4 ; Freddy Malcolm and Neilson ; Yo-yo : Theatre Collections production file by England) Shoreditch Empire (London( Book )

1 edition published in 1932 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Programme for the London Music Hall's productions of: the Overture; Don and Dorette, dancers; The Dixons (Tom and Doris), in a comedy boxing act; Harry Hemsley, the radio star, in his impressions of children; Flanagan & Allen, "komickers"; The Vedras, "acromedians"; Billy Barr and Lady, comedy duo, with an impersonation; Haden Herbert 4, entertainers; Freddy Malcolm and Neilson, in their comedy, "Where there's life there's hope"; and, Tom Collins presents, "Yo-yo", including a demonstration by world champion, Joe Young, and nightly yo-yo competitions; and, The King
[Mixed programme for the Valmar Trio ; Duncan Grey ; Lew Grade ; Alec Halls ; Bennett & Williams ; Variety : Theatre Collections production file by England) Shoreditch Empire (London( Book )

1 edition published in 1931 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Programme for the London Music Hall's productions of: the Overture; The Valmar Trio, athletes; Duncan Grey, comedian; Lew Grade, dancer; Alec Halls, the "Big stiff"; Bennett & Williams, "Two jovial boys with the phono-fiddles"; music arranged by Percy Lewis; and, "'Vintage' variety, a dream of an old time Music Hall" featuring Marie Kendall and Harry Bedford; and, The King
[Mixed programme for Miss Ray Phillips ; Mr. Geo. Victor ; Miss Dolly Denton ; Shawlene ; The Zampas ; Mr. Tom Yorke ; Miss Lilian Lowe ; Mr. T.E. Dunville ; Helm and Cozens ; Mr. Geo. Gilbey ; Pictures ; Mr. George Newburn ; Les Strads ; Miss Kitty Rayburn ; The Bensons : Theatre Collections production file by England) Shoreditch Empire (London( Book )

1 edition published in 1905 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Programme for the London Music Hall's productions of: the overture, Miss Ray Phillips, serio; Mr. Geo. Victor, actor vocalist; Miss Dolly Denton, comedienne; Shawlene, operatic siffleur; The Zampas, dancers; Mr. Tom Yorke, comedian; Miss Lilian Lowe, vocalist; Mr. T.E. Dunville, as the Nurse; a selection from "A spring chicken" by Caryl & Monckton; Helm and Cozens, in "The doctor and the patient; Mr. Geo. Gilbey, comedian; Pictures; Mr. George Newburn, mimic; Les Strads, musicians; Miss Kitty [sic] Rayburn; The Bensons, comedy duologue artistes; and, a march
[Mixed programme for George Godfrey ; The Three Wandering Minstrels ; Bright & Denver ; Haywood, Hay & Dorina ; The "London" Girls ; Chas. Kasrac Trio ; Ted Clarke & Wal May ; Jolly jinks : Theatre Collections production file by England) Shoreditch Empire (London( Book )

1 edition published in 1928 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Programme for the London Music Hall's productions of: the Overture; George Godfrey, entertainer; The Three Wandering Minstrels, in music and harmony; Bright & Denver, in the comedy "Nauticalities"; Haywood, Hay & Dorina in a quick change dancing act, "The coster's caberet"; The "London" Girls, trained and produced by Mrs. Rodney Hudson; Chas. Kasrac Trio, the "highbrows of tomfoolery"; Ted Clarke & Wal May, "light and dark of Vaudeville"; Milleslo productions present Harry Lowther's reveu-caberet, "Jolly jinks"; and, The King
[Mixed programme for Mr. Brandon Phillips ; Miss Lily Flexmore ; Mr. George W. Kenway ; Reeve & Elton ; Miss Rosa Glenn ; Mr. Dan Conroy ; Mr. Bransby Williams ; Miss Dora Clements ; Bella & Bijou ; Mr. Tom Leamore ; Miss Ida Rene ; Bros Webb ; Miss Marie Lloyd ; Lotto, Lilo & Otto ; Mr. Jake Graham ; Verno & Voyce ; The Marvellous Kellino Family ; Miss Amy Lyster ; Edison's Life-size Pictures : Theatre Collections production file by England) Shoreditch Empire (London( Book )

1 edition published in 1899 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Programme for the London's productions of: the Overture; Mr. Brandon Phillips, ballad and descriptive vocalist; Miss Lily Flexmore, comedienne; Mr. George W. Kenway, mimic; Reeve & Elton, comedians and dancers; Miss Rosa Glenn, post-horn and cornet soloist; Mr. Dan Conroy, comedian; Mr. Bransby Williams, in his character representation of Hamlet; Miss Dora Clements, vocalist; Bella & Bijou, duettists; Mr. Tom Leamore, comedian; Miss Ida Rene, comedienne and danseuse; Bros Webb, continental musical grotesques; Miss Marie Lloyd, comedienne; Lotto, Lilo & Otto, trick cyclists; Mr. Jake Graham, comedian; Verno & Voyce, speciality entertainers; The Marvellous Kellino Family, acrobats; Miss Amy Lyster, comedienne; Edison's Life-size Pictures; and, a March
[Mixed programme for Geo. & Fay Staples ; Vera, Pat & Vi ; Harry Bedford ; Hilliards ; The "London" Girls ; Willy Gardner ; Wilkie Bard ; Harry Orchid ; MacCarthy & Assistant : Theatre Collections production file by England) Shoreditch Empire (London( Book )

1 edition published in 1929 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Programme for the London Music Hall's productions of: the overture; Geo. & Fay Staples, dancers; Vera, Pat & Vi, personalities and a piano; Harry Bedford, the "poetical tramp"; Hilliards, featuring £500 challenge, "The unsolved trunk mystery"; The "London" Girls, trained and produced by Mrs. Rodney Hudson; Willy Gardner, the "skate specialist"; Wilkie Bard, comedian; Harry Orchid, comedian; MacCarthy, "the enigmatic", & Assistant; and, The King
[Mixed programme for Dorothy Caird & Partner ; Violet Levy ; Leslie Rome & Connie Leonard ; Miss Nora Bancroft ; Louis Elyashavitch ; Charles Gladwell ; Ted ("Kid") Lewis ; Cissie Hughes ; Jack Patterson : Theatre Collections production file by England) Shoreditch Empire (London( Book )

1 edition published in 1929 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Programme for the London Music Hall's productions of: the Overture; Dorothy Caird & Partner, comedy entertainers; Violet Levy, comedienne; Leslie Rome & Connie Leonard; Miss Nora Bancroft, vocalist; Louis Elyashavitch, and his five dancers; Percy Lewis and his London orchestra; Charles Gladwell, and his "Imps"; the East End idol, Ted ("Kid") Lewis, with Johnny Basham & Co. in a boxing absurdity entited "Oh, you kid"; Cissie Hughes, comedienne and impressionist; Jack Patterson, juggler; and, The King
[Mixed programme for Francini Olloms ; Little Joe Coffee ; Haden-Herbert 4 ; Rego Twins (Billy and Charlie) ; Miss Lillian Burgiss ; The "London" Girls ; Frank Varney & Teddy Butt ; "Smiling" Bill Mason ; Singing competition ; Miss Rosie Lloyd ; Vera Rudd & Partner : Theatre Collections production file by England) Shoreditch Empire (London( Book )

1 edition published in 1929 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Programme for the London Music Hall's productions of: the Overture; Francini Olloms, tourbillion musician; Little Joe Coffee, juvenile comedian; Haden-Herbert 4; Rego Twins (Billy and Charlie), burlesque comedians in "The cat burglary" and "The policeman"; Miss Lillian Burgiss, ballad singer; The "London" Girls, trained and produced by Mrs. Rodney Hudson; Frank Varney & Teddy Butt, with songs by Bert Lee; "Smiling" Bill Mason, singer; a Singing competition, in conjunction with Billy Mason's performance; Miss Rosie Lloyd; Vera Rudd & Partner, equilibristic aerial speciality; and, The King
[Mixed programme for Stan Aubrey ; Maude Mortimer ; Coram ; Ernest Rees ; The monkey's paw ; Harry Marte ; Daisy James ; The McConnell Trio ; Ernie Mayne ; L.C.C. Bioscope : Theatre Collections production file by England) Shoreditch Empire (London( Book )

1 edition published in 1907 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Programme for the London Music Hall's productions of: the Overture; Stan Aubrey, legmania artiste; Maude Mortimer, character comedienne; Coram, ventriloquist; Ernest Rees, the Droll; John Lawson & Co. in "The monkey's paw" by W.W. Jacobs and Louis N. Parker; a selection from "Lobster's promenade" by Steele; by W.W. Jacobs and Louis N. Parker; Harry Marte; Daisy James, the original Gibson Girl; The McConnell Trio, harmonising vocalists; Ernie Mayne, "the Simple One"; L.C.C. Bioscope with the films, "Husbands beware", "Cosmopolitan dancers", and, "Carlo and the suffragettes"; and, a March
[Mixed programme for Miss Jenny Reeves ; Mr. Geo. Rapley ; Miss Mabel Toney ; Aboo Saleh ; Mr. Dan Thomas ; Three Sisters Lee ; The Advondales ; Mr. Phil Ray ; Hall & Earle ; Miss Bessie Lind ; Lozelle ; Mr. Bert Gilbert ; The Jackson Family ; Mr. Chas. Coverdale ; Pictures : Theatre Collections production file by England) Shoreditch Empire (London( Book )

1 edition published in 1904 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Programme for the London Music Hall's productions of: Miss Jenny Reeves, comedienne; Mr. Geo. Rapley, comedian; Miss Mabel Toney, male impersonator; Aboo Saleh, in his "Lightning drill"; Mr. Dan Thomas, character comedian; Three Sisters Lee, acrobats, vocalists, dancers; The Advondales, in a vocal and comedy sketch, "Fun and harmony" (late of the Mohawk Minstrels); Mr. Phil Ray, comedian; Hall & Earle, eccentrics; Miss Bessie Lind, comedienne and dancer; Lozelle, gymnast; Mr. Bert Gilbert, comedian; The Jackson Family, in musical entertainment ; Mr. Chas. Coverdale, comedian; Pictures; and, a March
[Mixed programme for Mr. Chas Ashdown ; Lupino Bros. (Arthur & Harry) ; Miss Ethel Ra Leslie ; Mr. and Mrs. Finden ; Mr. George Bastow ; Mdlle. Chalon ; Mr. T.E. Dunville ; Miss Kate Carney ; Mr. Joe O'Gorman ; Gotham Quartette ; Mr. J.F. McArdle ; Beatty and Bentley ; Miss Millie Lindon ; Mr. Harry Freeman ; Sisters Benson (Marie and Jennie) ; The Imperial Bioscope : Theatre Collections production file by England) Shoreditch Empire (London( Book )

1 edition published in 1902 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Programme for the London's productions of: Mr. Chas Ashdown, comedian; Lupino Brothers (Arthur & Harry), comedians; Miss Ethel Ra Leslie, operatic contralto vocalist; Mr. and Mrs. Finden, in the farce "A desperate remedy"; Mr. George Bastow, comedian; Mdlle. Chalon, equilibrist; Mr. T.E. Dunville, "the funny man"; Miss Kate Carney, with her East End entertainers in "Liza Johnson"; Mr. Joe O'Gorman, comedian; Gotham Quartette, harmonious comedians; Mr. J.F. McArdle, reconteur; Beatty and Bentley, in their speciality act, entitled "Darkest Africa"; Miss Millie Lindon, character vocalist; Mr. Harry Freeman, comedian; Sisters Benson (Marie and Jennie), "American coon duettists and dancers"; The Imperial Bioscope; and, the Band
[Mixed programme for the Valmar Trio ; Duncan Grey ; Lew Grade ; Alec Halls ; Bennett & Williams ; Variety : Theatre Collections production file by England) Shoreditch Empire (London( Book )

1 edition published in 1931 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Programme for the London Music Hall's productions of: the Overture; The Valmar Trio, athletes; Duncan Grey, comedian; Lew Grade, dancer; Alec Halls, the "Big stiff"; Bennett & Williams, "Two jovial boys with the phono-fiddles"; music arranged by Percy Lewis; and, "'Vintage' variety, a dream of an old time Music Hall" featuring Marie Kendall and Harry Bedford; and, The King
[Mixed programme for Dorothy Caird & Partner ; Violet Levy ; Leslie Rome & Connie Leonard ; Miss Nora Bancroft ; Louis Elyashavitch ; Charles Gladwell ; Ted ("Kid") Lewis ; Cissie Hughes ; Jack Patterson : Theatre Collections production file by England) Shoreditch Empire (London( Book )

1 edition published in 1929 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Programme for the London Music Hall's productions of: the Overture; Dorothy Caird & Partner, comedy entertainers; Violet Levy, comedienne; Leslie Rome & Connie Leonard; Miss Nora Bancroft, vocalist; Louis Elyashavitch, and his five dancers; Percy Lewis and his London orchestra; Charles Gladwell, and his "Imps"; the East End idol, Ted ("Kid") Lewis, with Johnny Basham & Co. in a boxing absurdity entited "Oh, you kid"; Cissie Hughes, comedienne and impressionist; Jack Patterson, juggler; and, The King
[Mixed programme for George Godfrey ; The Three Wandering Minstrels ; Bright & Denver ; Haywood, Hay & Dorina ; The "London" Girls ; Chas. Kasrac Trio ; Ted Clarke & Wal May ; Jolly jinks : Theatre Collections production file by England) Shoreditch Empire (London( Book )

1 edition published in 1928 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Programme for the London Music Hall's productions of: the Overture; George Godfrey, entertainer; The Three Wandering Minstrels, in music and harmony; Bright & Denver, in the comedy "Nauticalities"; Haywood, Hay & Dorina in a quick change dancing act, "The coster's caberet"; The "London" Girls, trained and produced by Mrs. Rodney Hudson; Chas. Kasrac Trio, the "highbrows of tomfoolery"; Ted Clarke & Wal May, "light and dark of Vaudeville"; Milleslo productions present Harry Lowther's reveu-caberet, "Jolly jinks"; and, The King
[Mixed programme for Don and Dorette ; The Dixons ; Harry Hemsley ; Flanagan & Allen ; The Vedras ; Billy Barr and Lady ; Haden Herbert 4 ; Freddy Malcolm and Neilson ; Yo-yo : Theatre Collections production file by England) Shoreditch Empire (London( Book )

1 edition published in 1932 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Programme for the London Music Hall's productions of: the Overture; Don and Dorette, dancers; The Dixons (Tom and Doris), in a comedy boxing act; Harry Hemsley, the radio star, in his impressions of children; Flanagan & Allen, "komickers"; The Vedras, "acromedians"; Billy Barr and Lady, comedy duo, with an impersonation; Haden Herbert 4, entertainers; Freddy Malcolm and Neilson, in their comedy, "Where there's life there's hope"; and, Tom Collins presents, "Yo-yo", including a demonstration by world champion, Joe Young, and nightly yo-yo competitions; and, The King
[Mixed programme for Francini Olloms ; Little Joe Coffee ; Haden-Herbert 4 ; Rego Twins (Billy and Charlie) ; Miss Lillian Burgiss ; The "London" Girls ; Frank Varney & Teddy Butt ; "Smiling" Bill Mason ; Singing competition ; Miss Rosie Lloyd ; Vera Rudd & Partner : Theatre Collections production file by England) Shoreditch Empire (London( Book )

1 edition published in 1929 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Programme for the London Music Hall's productions of: the Overture; Francini Olloms, tourbillion musician; Little Joe Coffee, juvenile comedian; Haden-Herbert 4; Rego Twins (Billy and Charlie), burlesque comedians in "The cat burglary" and "The policeman"; Miss Lillian Burgiss, ballad singer; The "London" Girls, trained and produced by Mrs. Rodney Hudson; Frank Varney & Teddy Butt, with songs by Bert Lee; "Smiling" Bill Mason, singer; a Singing competition, in conjunction with Billy Mason's performance; Miss Rosie Lloyd; Vera Rudd & Partner, equilibristic aerial speciality; and, The King
[Mixed programme for Miss Jenny Reeves ; Mr. Geo. Rapley ; Miss Mabel Toney ; Aboo Saleh ; Mr. Dan Thomas ; Three Sisters Lee ; The Advondales ; Mr. Phil Ray ; Hall & Earle ; Miss Bessie Lind ; Lozelle ; Mr. Bert Gilbert ; The Jackson Family ; Mr. Chas. Coverdale ; Pictures : Theatre Collections production file by England) Shoreditch Empire (London( Book )

1 edition published in 1904 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Programme for the London Music Hall's productions of: Miss Jenny Reeves, comedienne; Mr. Geo. Rapley, comedian; Miss Mabel Toney, male impersonator; Aboo Saleh, in his "Lightning drill"; Mr. Dan Thomas, character comedian; Three Sisters Lee, acrobats, vocalists, dancers; The Advondales, in a vocal and comedy sketch, "Fun and harmony" (late of the Mohawk Minstrels); Mr. Phil Ray, comedian; Hall & Earle, eccentrics; Miss Bessie Lind, comedienne and dancer; Lozelle, gymnast; Mr. Bert Gilbert, comedian; The Jackson Family, in musical entertainment ; Mr. Chas. Coverdale, comedian; Pictures; and, a March
[Mixed programme for Stan Aubrey ; Maude Mortimer ; Coram ; Ernest Rees ; The monkey's paw ; Harry Marte ; Daisy James ; The McConnell Trio ; Ernie Mayne ; L.C.C. Bioscope : Theatre Collections production file by England) Shoreditch Empire (London( Book )

1 edition published in 1907 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Programme for the London Music Hall's productions of: the Overture; Stan Aubrey, legmania artiste; Maude Mortimer, character comedienne; Coram, ventriloquist; Ernest Rees, the Droll; John Lawson & Co. in "The monkey's paw" by W.W. Jacobs and Louis N. Parker; a selection from "Lobster's promenade" by Steele; by W.W. Jacobs and Louis N. Parker; Harry Marte; Daisy James, the original Gibson Girl; The McConnell Trio, harmonising vocalists; Ernie Mayne, "the Simple One"; L.C.C. Bioscope with the films, "Husbands beware", "Cosmopolitan dancers", and, "Carlo and the suffragettes"; and, a March
[Mixed programme for Geo. & Fay Staples ; Vera, Pat & Vi ; Harry Bedford ; Hilliards ; The "London" Girls ; Willy Gardner ; Wilkie Bard ; Harry Orchid ; MacCarthy & Assistant : Theatre Collections production file by England) Shoreditch Empire (London( Book )

1 edition published in 1929 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Programme for the London Music Hall's productions of: the overture; Geo. & Fay Staples, dancers; Vera, Pat & Vi, personalities and a piano; Harry Bedford, the "poetical tramp"; Hilliards, featuring £500 challenge, "The unsolved trunk mystery"; The "London" Girls, trained and produced by Mrs. Rodney Hudson; Willy Gardner, the "skate specialist"; Wilkie Bard, comedian; Harry Orchid, comedian; MacCarthy, "the enigmatic", & Assistant; and, The King
 
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