Olympia Theatre Dublin 2 weeks commencing September 17th nightly at 8 pm Duggie Chapman Ltd. presents 'The Golden years of Music Hall' :
starring Sandy Powell "Can you hear me mother" [,] Adelaide Hall "Broadway's Famous Singing Blackbird" [,] Kitty Gillow "The Immaculate Male" [,] Les Carndoes "Magic and Mystery" [,] Bruce Trent "Singing Star of over 20 musicals" [and] supporting company.
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Poster printed by Taylors Printers, Wombwell, Barnsley, South Yorkshire", in red and blue font on white card, with an illustration of a red theatre curtain, drawn back on either side from the proscenium arch. Douglas ‘Duggie’ Chapman (1936-2017) [known as the “Delfont of the North”] was a former child actor who became the biggest pantomime producer in the UK; he also ran a theatrical agency and had two variety shows on tour for several decades. Sandy Powell MBE, (1900-1982) was an English comedian known for his catchphrase 'Can You Hear Me, Mother?'; Adelaide Louise Hall (1901-1993) was an American-born UK-based jazz singer and entertainer; Kitty Gillow was a male impersonator while Bruce Trent (1912–1995) was a singer and actor.
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[Dublin : Olympia Theatre, n.d., ca. 1965-1975?]
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: 1 sheet ; ill., 38 x 35 cm.
Forms part of the Jimmy Bourke Theatre Archive.
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Reproduction rights owned by the National Library of Ireland.