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- Joined 22nd November 2009.
- Last logged in on 25th January 2012.
Last five observations
- To Fuller & Worthington production of Silloth's Pierrots, Silloth, Cumbria, 1903 - 1920: “In the 1912 photo Leslie Fuller is 4th from the left, I don’t know which is Dave Fuller?”
- To Leslie Fullers Margate Ped'lers production of Ped'lers, Clifton Concert Hall, Clifton Baths, Margate, July - August 1925: “The advertistment is from the local paper for Aug 1929.”
- To Leslie Fullers Margate Ped'lers production of Ped'lers, Clifton Concert Hall, Clifton Baths, Margate, July - August 1925: “Cast list is for the 1925 Ped’lers but the photo is of the 1923 Ped’ler which I don’t have a cast list for. Many of the same arstistes appear year after year with Leslie each summer season.”
- To Leslie Fullers Margate Ped'lers production of Ped'lers, Clifton Concert Hall, Clifton Baths, Margate, July - August 1930: “Leslie Fuller started his concert party “The Ped’lers” in 1919 after being demobbed from the army where he was already an entertainer in the Huntingdonshire Cycling Battalion’s concert parties performing at the Whitby Coliseum Theatre. He then took the concert party to Margate performing at the Clifton Hall attached to the Baths. They performed there almost every summer throughout 1924 to until the outbreak of WW2 and also toured the Stoll circuit in the winter including London’s Coliseum and Alhambra. Leslie revived The Ped’lers again in 1946. he died in 1948 at Margate. ”
- To production of Nymph Errant, by James Laver, The Adelphi Theatre, London, 1933 - 1934: “On the first night of this show when it opened in Manchester, James Laver took Gertrude Lawrence to the theatre in a taxi and she sobbed in his arms crying “I can‘t go on” but of course she did and soon had the audience at her feet, when they got back to the Midand Hotel the stairs up to the dining room were lined with people cheering and clapping Gertie. (quote from Sheridan Morley’s ’Spread a Little Happiness’)”
Last ten changes
- production of The Rose Tattoo, by Tennessee Williams, dates unknown
- production of Ring For Catty, by Patrick Cargill, Q Theatre, London, dates unknown
- production of Plain and Fancy, by Joseph Stein, Drury Lane, London, dates unknown
- Trevor Willis
production of Sparrers can't sing, Theatre Royal, Stratford East, started 1960
Sparrers can't sing
- production of The Kitchen, by Arnold Wesker, Royal Court Theatre, London, dates unknown
- production of The Egg, by Felicien Marceau, Saville Theatre, London, dates unknown
The Crooked Mile
production of The Crooked Mile, Cambridge Theatre, London, 10th September 1959 - 30th January 1960
- Alfred Marks
- Alfred Marks
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