Panto Bills and Posters

The enclosed set of illustrations are actually from an advertising flyer for the Prince Littler "Cinderella" at the London Coliseum, illustrated by Hicks. Mid 1936/37. It boasted a chorus and ballet of 100 including twenty-four Terry Juveniles, and the interestingly named Ben Dova "The Convivial Inebriate" with his drunk act. Dances arranged by Ralph Reader (later of "Gang Show" fame). It was billed as "The First London Coliseum Pantomime" in this Stoll building.

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