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Various - Late Joys From The Players' Theatre, London download mp3 album
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Late Joys From The Players' Theatre, London
Style:
Music Hall, Ballad, Vocal
Released:
1964
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UK
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Late Joys: Mum's The Word. Players' Theatre Music Hall · London, United Kingdom. Players' Theatre Music Hall. Performance art theatre. She appeared in the Royal Variety Performance 1932 at the London Palladium and retired in 1939, making occasional appearances until her death aged 91 in 1964. Players' Theatre Music Hall updated their profile picture.

Late Joys: 22nd September. The Players' Theatre. World-famous Victorian music hall. Please note that Jan Hunt’s show ‘The Magnificent Music Hall’ has been moved to October 30th. Following the success of our visit to Dorset last August, we have been invited back again this year – this time on October 11th at 7pm. So if you live in or around Sherborne, don’t miss this rare opportunity to.

From long running London plays such as The Woman in Black and The Mousetrap to productions at the Old Vic and RSC, you'll find something for everyone. Soon I will be back in London, for a limited season in the West End, raising much-needed funds for theatre charities. For each performance at the Harold Pinter Theatre, I’m glad that there will be 80 tickets at just £10. As for the show? Ask someone who’s seen it.

The Players' Theatre opened at 43 King Street, Covent Garden, on 18th October 1936. The club originally mounted period-style musical comedies, introducing Victorian-style Music Hall in December, 1937. In 1967 the music label Decca Records issued an LP A Night of Music Hall from The Players' Theatre, (London's Victorian Theatre) with 19 songs and duets encompassing a typical evening at the Players, chaired by Don Gemell. The artistes recorded were Miss Stella Moray, Mr Maurice Browning, Miss Margaret Burton, Miss Patricia Rowlands, Miss Hattie Jacques, Mr John Rutland, Miss Joan Sterndale Bennett, Miss Josephine Gordon, Mr Robin Hunter, Miss Daphne Anderson, Mr Clive Dunn and Mr Bill Owen, with Mr Peter Greenwell and Mr Geoffrey Brawn (piano). In : Late Joys at The Players' Theatre. T V Boardman & Co Ltd, London, New York, 1943. p83. ^ The Illustrated London News.

The Player's Theatre, London, England. Late Joys (Player's Theatre).

The Players Theatre Company presented their Late Joys Victorian Music Hall programme between 1987 and 1990 Marc Camoletti's Don't Dress For Dinner, which transferred to the Duchess from the Apollo Theatre in October 1992 and stayed until 1st March, 1997. The Royal Shakespeare Company's The Herbal Bed by Peter Whelan ran for six months from April to October 1997.

The Players' Theatre was a London theatre which opened at 43 King Street, Covent Garden, on 18 October 1936. The club originally mounted period-style musical comedies, introducing Victorian-style music hall in December 1937. The threat of World War II German bombing prompted a move in October 1940 to a basement at 13 Albemarle Street, Piccadilly, and then, after the cessation of hostilities, to Villiers Street, Charing Cross, opening on 14 February 1946. a b c Cover notes for Ace of Clubs SCL 1238, A Night of Music Hall from The Players' Theatre, (London's Victorian Theatre), Decca Record Company, 1967. "The Players' Theatre Archive". Retrieved 17 August 2016. Late and Early Joys at the Players' Theatre.

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A1 Unknown Artist Introduction: Covent Garden In The Morning
Written-By – Trad.*
A2 Unknown Artist Oh! The Fairies
Written-By – Dunn*, Lonsdale*, Eaton*
A3 Miss Stella Moray* She Was Poor, But She Was Honest
Written-By – Trad.*
A4 Mr. Maurice Browning* If It Wasn't For The 'Ouses In Between
Written-By – Bateman*, Le Brunn*
A5 Miss Margaret Burton* The Honeysuckle And The Bee
Written-By – Fitz*, Penn*
A6 Miss Patricia Rowlands* When I Take The Morning Promenade
Written-By – Mills*, Scott*
A7 Miss Hattie Jacques* The Bird On Nellie's Hat
Written-By – Solman*
A8 Mr. John Rutland* The Muffin Man
Written-By – Trad.*
A9 Miss Josephine Gordon* I've Got Rings On My Fingers
Written-By – Barnes*, Scott*, Weston*
A10 Miss Sterndale Bennett* and Miss Josephine Gordon* He's Going There Every Night
Written-By – Murray*, Leigh*, Le Brunn*
B1 Mr. Robin Hunter* Wot Cher! (Knocked 'Em In The Old Kent Road)
Written-By – Chevalier*, Ingle*
B2 Miss Daphne Anderson* Mother's Advice
Written-By – Trad.*
B3 Miss Hattie Jacques* Waiting At The Church
Written-By – Leigh*, Pether*
B4 Mr. Clive Dunn* My Old Dutch
Written-By – Chevalier*, Ingle*
B5 Miss Sterndale Bennett* From Marble Arch To Leicester Square
Written-By – Knight*, Lisle*
B6 Mr. Bill Owen* The Future Mrs. 'Awkins
Written-By – Chevalier*
B7 Miss Stella Moray* Are We To Part Like This
Written-By – Collins*, Castling*
B8 Mr. Denis Martin*, Mr. Brian Blades*, Mr. Robin Hunter* and Mr. David Jennings* Goodbye, Dolly Gray
Written-By – Barnes*, Cobb*
B9 Unknown Artist Dear Old Pals
Written-By – Trad.*

Credits

  • Directed By [Chairman] – Mr. Don Gemmell*
  • Engineer – Mike Mailes*, Peter Van Biene
  • Music Director [Musical Director] – Peter Greenwell
  • Piano – Mr. Geoffrey Brawn*, Mr. Peter Greenwell*
  • Producer – Raymond Ware

Notes

First cat.nr. on cover, second on label.

Released with an insert.

Blue ''unboxed'' labels with silver lettering.
Upper rim text starts with ''Original recording by''.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LK 4628 Various Late Joys From The Players' Theatre, London ‎(LP, Mono) Decca LK 4628 UK 1964