Windmill Theatre Press and Marketing Material c. 1940s-1960s

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Windmill Theatre Press and Marketing Material, c. 1940s-1960s

Windmill Theatre Press and Marketing Material c. 1940s-1960s

2 boxes (13 folders and 1 item)

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The Windmill Theatre opened in 1931, initially functioning as a venue for drama productions. After poor commercial success the theatre screened films for a period but eventually settled as a variety and revue venue, becoming best known for its creation of the Revudeville shows (running variety shows featuring song, dance and comedy that continued throughout the day) and its use of themed tableaux vivants . Inspired by the Parisian Folies Bergeres and Moulin Rouge shows, manager Vivi...

Guest, Val

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Henderson, Laura., 1863-1944

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Van Damm, Vivian., 1895-1960

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Hancock, Tony, 1924-1968

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Sellers, Peter, 1925-1980

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