The London Palladium is a 2,286 seat West End theatre located off Oxford Street in the City of Westminster, London. The building now carries Heritage Foundation commemorative plaques honouring Lew Grade and Frankie Vaughan. The theatre retains many of its original features and was Grade II listed by English Heritage in September 1960. From 1955-1967 the theatre was the setting for the top-rated ITV variety show Sunday Night at the London Palladium hosted first by Tommy Trinder, then by Bruce Forsyth. The programme was broadcast live every week by ATV, which was owned by the famous theatrical impresario Lew Grade. Production was by Val Parnell.
The London Palladium is a 2,286 seat West End theater located off Oxford Street in the City of Westminster, London. London Palladium Theater Argyll Street London United Kingdom.
A Johnny Cash album was recorded there in 1968, but Columbia Records never released it Bootlegs of this performance are circulating, though. In 1970, the Palladium attempted to get Elvis Presley to perform 14 shows over a period of seven days When Presley's manager, Tom Parker heard that the theatre was offering Presley 28,000 dollars, he reportedly said "That's fine for me, now how much can you get for Elvis" Had Presley performed, it would have been his first overseas performance Presley. History of the London Palladium from Television Heaven's Sunday Night at the London Palladium. The Palladium Pantomimes It's Behind You. Building history, Survey of London, vols 31 and 32 1963.
Actor: Bruce Forsyth, Tommy Trinder, Norman Vaughan, Don Arroll, Max Bygraves, Jack Parnell, Dickie Henderson, Harry Secombe, Frankie Vaughan, The John Tiller Girls. Creators: Bill Lyon-Shaw, Albert Locke, Brian Tesler. Country: UK. Duration: 60 Min. Release: 1955.
Sunday Night at the London Roundhouse was the first live album by the English progressive rock band Nektar. It was released on vinyl in 1974 by Bacillus Records, and re-released with partially different content on CD in 2002. The 1974 vinyl release included, on side 1, two songs recorded at a concert given by the band at the Roundhouse, Chalk Farm, London on November 25, 1973: Desolation Valley and A Day in the Life of a Preacher
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A one-off Sunday Night at the London Palladium was screened to mark Bruce Forsyth's 70th birthday in February 1998. The regular hosts of the show were Tommy Trinder (1955–58), Bruce Forsyth (1958–60 and 1961–64), Don Arrol (1960–61), Norman Vaughan (1962–65, 1974), Jimmy Tarbuck (1965–67), Jim Dale (1973–74) and Ted Rogers (1974). Other guest comperes were: Hughie Green, Alfred Marks, Robert Morley, Arthur Haynes, Dickie Henderson, Dave Allen, Des O'Connor, Bob Monkhouse and Roger Moore.
Label head George Goldner was already producing Lymon as a single act when they toured London in 1957 and performed the concerts on this album. It's clear that they were far from a focused, cohesive operation by this time. This has been out of print for many years, although it was briefly back in circulation in England during the '70s.
|A2||'Til Somebody Loves You|
|A3||A Lovely Way To Spend An Evening|
|A4||Loop De Loop|
|B1||If You Were The Only Girl In The World|
|B2||Loop De Loop (Reprise)|
- Chorus – The Ivor Raymonde Singers
- Orchestra – Jack Parnell And His Orchestra*