Music hall
Music hall is a type of British theatrical entertainment popular between 1850 and 1960. It involved a mixture of popular songs, comedy, speciality acts and variety entertainment. The term is derived f...
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Music hall songs
There are a very large number of music hall songs, and most of them have been forgotten. In London between 1900 and 1910, a single publishing company, Francis, Day and Hunter, published between forty ...
Concert Artists Guild
The Concert Artists Guild is an American musical institution, based in New York City and established in 1951. It is dedicated to discovering and nurturing musical talent and helping musicians start ca...
I Do Like To be Beside the Seaside
"I Do Like to Be Beside the Seaside" is a popular British music hall song. It was written in 1907 by John A. Glover-Kind and made famous by music hall singer Mark Sheridan who first recorded it in 190...
Tivoli circuit
The Tivoli Circuit was a successful and popular Australian entertainment circuit which flourished from 1893 and the 1950s. The circuit suffered a catastrophic decline in popularity after the introduct...
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Villikins and his Dinah
"Villikins and his Dinah" (Laws M31A/B, Roud 271) is a stage song which emerged in England in 1853 as a burlesque version of a traditional ballad called "William and Dinah". Its great popularity led ...
Villikins and his Dinah - Wikipedia
Charles W. Eisemann Center for Performing Arts
96°42′32″W / 32.9855°N 96.7090°W / 32.9855; -96.7090The Charles W. Eisemann Center for Performing Arts and Corporate Presentations is a performance hall which opened in Septem...
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Old Brown's Daughter
Old Brown's Daughter was an English music hall song, sung by Alfred Vance, and became a Newfoundland folk song. It was written by G.W. Hunt (1839–1904), circa 1878, although it is often wrongly ...
Val Parnell
Valentine Charles Parnell (14 February 1892 – 22 September 1972), known as Val Parnell, was a British television managing director and theatrical impresario.
Parnell was born in London and b...
Concert party (entertainment)
A concert party, also called a Pierrot troupe, is the collective name for a group of entertainers, or Pierrots, popular in Britain during the first half of the 20th century. The variety show given by ...
Tivoli Music Hall (London)
The Tivoli Music Hall was a popular English theatre based in the Strand, West London. It was designed by Charles Phipps and was built during 1889–90 at a cost of £300,000. It was constructed on the...
Tivoli Music Hall (London) - Wikipedia
Taxi dance hall
A taxi dance hall is a type of dance hall where dancers (who are usually young women) called taxi dancers are paid to dance with patrons (usually male). The owners of a taxi dance hall provide music a...
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My Old Dutch (song)
"My Old Dutch" is an 1892 music hall and vaudeville song performed by Albert Chevalier. The lyrics were written by Chevalier, with music composed by his brother Auguste under the name Charles Ingle. ...
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Wilton's Music Hall
Wilton's Music Hall is a Grade II* listed building, built as a music hall and now run as a multi-arts performance space in Graces Alley, off Cable Street in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. It is ...
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I Belong to Glasgow
"I Belong To Glasgow" is a song written and recorded by the music hall entertainer Will Fyffe, in 1920. It has also been performed by Danny Kaye, Eartha Kitt, Gracie Fields and Kirk Douglas.According ...
I wouldn't leave my little wooden hut for you
I wouldn't leave my little wooden hut for you! is a music hall song over 100 years old, written and composed by Tom Mellor and Chas Collins in 1905.
Once on a cannibal isle there dwelt, a dark e...
Music Hall Magic
Music Hall Magic is a direct to DVD release from Dark Tower Films, presented by Magician Matt Grindley. Matt who is a huge fan of the Music Hall genre also directed the documentary and selected the ar...
Song and supper room
A song and supper room was a dining club in Victorian England in which entertainment and good food were provided. They provided an alternative to formal theatre and music hall with a good convivial a...
Britannia Music Hall
The Britannia Music Hall (also known as The Panopticon or The Britannia Panopticon) in Trongate, Glasgow, Scotland is the oldest surviving music hall in the world.
Built in 1857 by Thomas Gildard ...
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Lily of Laguna
Lily of Laguna is a British coon song, a love song that originally included a racist and stereotyped image of black people. It was written in 1898 by English composer Leslie Stuart. It was a music hal...
Lily of Laguna - Wikipedia
Oh! Mr Porter
"Oh! Mr Porter" is an old British music hall song about a girl "going too far". It was famously part of the repertoire of singer Marie Lloyd. Written in 1893 by George Le Brunn, its lyrics include thi...
Oh! Mr Porter - Wikipedia
New Tivoli Theatre, Sydney
The New Tivoli Theatre, Sydney, previously known as the Adelphi Theatre and the Grand Opera House, was a theatre and music hall at 329, Castlereagh Street, Sydney, Australia, which was long at the hea...
The Music Hall Guild of Great Britain and America
The Music Hall Guild of Great Britain and America and the Theatre and Film Guild of Great Britain and America is a registered theatre charity and non-profit making theatre organisation based in London...
The Music Hall Guild of Great Britain and America - Wikipedia
Theatre productions of Dan Leno
Dan Leno (20 December 1860 – 31 October 1904) was an English comedian and stage actor of the Victorian and Edwardian eras, famous for performing in music hall. As a child, he was known for his c...
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