Posts Tagged ‘May Moore Duprez’

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Tivoli music hall, Strand, London, week beginning Monday, 28 December 1908

May 4, 2014

programme cover of the Tivoli music hall, Strand, London, for the week beginning Monday, 28 December 1908

1. Overture – ‘La part du Diable’ Auber
2. Orpheus – Instrumentalist
3. Miss Minnie Mace – Comedienne & Dancer
4. The San Remo Girls – Speciality Dancers
5. Miss Hilda Jacobsen – Contralto Vocalist
6. Desroches & Bianca – French Comedy Act
7. Mr. Charles Whittle – Comedian
8. Henri de Vries & Company (Henri de Vries, Dorothy Drake and Arthur Stanley) in A Modern Othello by Ina L. Cassilis and Auguste Van Biene
9. Jordan & Harvey – Hebrew Dialect Comedians
10. Les Marbas – Acrobatic Dancers
11. Mr. T.E. Dunville – With new song ‘The Territorial Soldier’
12. Selection – ‘The Gold Mine,’ on Popular Melodies Warwick Williams
13. Mr. Alfred Lester – In a Screamingly Funny Burlesque Skit entitled A Restaurant Episode Supported by Miss Gwen Howard
14. Miss May Moore Duprez – The Jolly Dutch Girl
15. Miss Marie Lloyd – Queen of Comediennes
16. Mr. George Formby – A real Lancashire Comedian
17. Courtice Pounds & Co (Courtice Pounds, Blanche Gaston Murray, Pearl Keats and J. Cooke Beresford) – In Musical Sketch Charles, His Friend by Keble Howard, music by Howard Samuel and Hermann Finck
18. Little Tich – The One and Only
19. Cole & Rags – Eccentric Jugglers
20. Russell’s Imperial Bioscope.

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Pattie Bella

May 6, 2013

Pattie Bella (fl. late 19th/early 20th Century), English music hall serio-comic and dancer
(photo: unknown, probably UK, circa 1897)

This real photograph cigarette card, featuring a portrait of Pattie Bella, was issued in England about 1900 with Ogden’s Guinea Gold Cigarettes.

‘Miss Pattie Bella, who is new to the London halls, is fulfilling a successful engagement at Collins’s.’
(The Era, London, Saturday, 31 July 1897, p. 17c)

Grand music hall, Clapham, south London
‘Miss Pattie Bella tells in song of the dire treatment to be meted out to a prevaricating and faithless lover ”If ever they meet again,” and with ”It’s a secret, boys,” and ”I can’t tell you the rest” the dainty comedienne secures admiration and applause.’
(The Era, London, Saturday, 16 April 1898, p. 18c)

Eastern Empire music hall, Bow, east London
‘A dashing appearance and charming manner carry Miss Pattie Bella at once into favour, and her songs ”It’s a secret, boys,” and ”I can’t tell you the rest” are given with a vivacity that compels admiration and wins uproarious applause.’
(The Era, London, Saturday, 14 May 1898, p. 18b)

London music hall, Shoreditch, east London
‘Miss Pattie Bella, serio and dancer, trips on to sing ”I’m a bachelor girl” and ”It’s a secret.” It is no secret, however, that Miss Bella obtains a flattering reception here, and she deserves it.’
(The Era, London, Saturday, 28 May 1898, p. 18b)

Pattie Bella is also recorded as having appeared as Ganem in the pantomime Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves, produced at the Palace Theatre, Plymouth, on 23 December 1912. The star of the piece was May Moore Duprez.

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May 6, 2013

Pattie Bella (fl. late 19th/early 20th Century), English music hall serio-comic and dancer
(photo: unknown, probably UK, circa 1897)

This real photograph cigarette card, featuring a portrait of Pattie Bella, was issued in England about 1900 with Ogden’s Guinea Gold Cigarettes.

‘Miss Pattie Bella, who is new to the London halls, is fulfilling a successful engagement at Collins’s.’
(The Era, London, Saturday, 31 July 1897, p. 17c)

Grand music hall, Clapham, south London
‘Miss Pattie Bella tells in song of the dire treatment to be meted out to a prevaricating and faithless lover “If ever they meet again,” and with “It’s a secret, boys,” and “I can’t tell you the rest” the dainty comedienne secures admiration and applause.’
(The Era, London, Saturday, 16 April 1898, p. 18c)

Eastern Empire music hall, Bow, east London
‘A dashing appearance and charming manner carry Miss Pattie Bella at once into favour, and her songs “It’s a secret, boys,” and “I can’t tell you the rest” are given with a vivacity that compels admiration and wins uproarious applause.’
(The Era, London, Saturday, 14 May 1898, p. 18b)

London music hall, Shoreditch, east London
‘Miss Pattie Bella, serio and dancer, trips on to sing “I’m a bachelor girl” and “It’s a secret.” It is no secret, however, that Miss Bella obtains a flattering reception here, and she deserves it.’
(The Era, London, Saturday, 28 May 1898, p. 18b)

Pattie Bella is also recorded as having appeared as Ganem in the pantomime Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves, produced at the Palace Theatre, Plymouth, on 23 December 1912. The star of the piece was May Moore Duprez.