CINEMA-GOERS at the Marlborough in Middlesbrough say they knew the interval was due when the usherette
started spraying the aisles with disinfectant.
And the former SFX schoolboy, who once played down the road at the Black-E for the princely sum of 50p, and whose mum was an usherette
at the Phil, delivered a marathon two-hour, 26-song, guitar-saluting thank you.
CELEBRATING her 105 birthday, Winifred Dawson is on course to outlive the cinema where she was an usherette
The cast is led by EastEnders' Jack Ryder who lands a job only to discover that cinema usherette
Suki (Jodi Albert), who looks like his favourite comic book heroine, is set to leave.
I worked as an usherette
at the Capitol Theatre, when they held a charity show one afternoon where Queen Mary was the great attraction.
Before coming to the Curzon, she had previously worked at the Ritz as an usherette
and ice cream salesgirl, standing in the spotlight with the ice cream tray at the start of the interval.
He even met his wife of 34 years, Margaret, on the buses when she used to catch a bus from Higham-on-the-Hill to work at Nuneaton's old ABC Cinema, where she was an usherette
40 Royal Ascot Sporting (50:30:20:10) 24-27 Usherette
, 10-13 Jazzi Top, 9-12 Almost Smile, Lucida, 8-11 Miss Temple City, Devonshire, 7-9 Maimara, 6-8 Blond Me, 4-6 Furia Cruzada, 3-5 Spangled, 2-4 Black Cherry, Volunteer Point, 1-3 Excilly, 0.
The dessert and hot drink service is now separate to allow for a break between courses and ice creams will be offered by crew using a retro cinema usherette
Among the staff pictured on stage behind the Wurlitzer organ are Jean Pattison, fifth from the left at the top, who was a 14-year-old usherette
at the time and the manager Stan Hodnett at the front with Jessie Battersby, his secretary, next to him on the left.
We were the ice cream girls,' said Anne Davis, 55, of Chartwell Court, Pentyrch, who started work as an usherette
in 1967 when she was just 17.
It allis tuk me a whahle ter settle daan, an' Ah could nivver stop thinkin' abaat yond chap i' London 'at th' usherette
fun liggin semi-conscious across three seeats in t' stalls.