variety artist

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variety artist

nartista m/f di varietà
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There will be a show from Dingle Fingle, an award-winning clown and variety artist.
Watching Dodd was former variety artist Ben Godlington, a volunteer front of house manager, who had played the Hackney Empire in the 1940s:
That was in 1949 when he was the first variety artist to appear in that venerable home of the classics.
A Nosmo King (1886-1949), born Vernon Watson, was a variety artist in music halls each side of WW1.
Join them at 6:00 on Wednesday evening, August 17, 2016 to celebrate Mae's birthday with a talk and slide-show by Greenwich Village historian LindaAnn Loschiavo featuring rare photos of the young variety artist, who toured as a "specialty dancer" before becoming a writer and going to Hollywood in 1932 for a minor role in Paramount's "Night After Night.
Kevin says: "My grandmother was a variety artist who quit the stage to marry Alec and they had three children (including my mother) all now sadly deceased.
The family fun includes guided tours of the gallery, hands-on craft activities and the chance to be entertained by local variety artist Steve Cousins.
IN an age when we have dozens of TV channels and declining theatre audiences, the job of a variety artist might seem terribly old-fashioned.
Our guide through the evening this time around is Roy Hudd, the popular comedian and variety artist who possesses just the right genial insouciance to guide us through a very tall tale of deliverance from servitude.
00am) Max Bygraves as struggling variety artist given stock exchange tips - by his talking infant.