Nymph Errant

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This Cole Porter show ran for six months at the adelphi in 1933.

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Observations

  1. On 20th December 2009 at 4:30 p.m., Antonia Davis noted:

    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’)

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