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Tatler cover - Lady Zia Wernher and Lady Milford Haven Featured Chow Chow Image

Tatler cover - Lady Zia Wernher and Lady Milford Haven

Front cover of the Tatler featuring sisters Lady Zia Wernher (Countess Zia Torby) and the Marchioness of Milford Haven (formerly Countess Nada Torby) at Downie Park, Killiemuir, Forfarshire which Major Harold Wernher, Zia's husband, had rented for the grouse season. Date: 1927

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

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His Majestys Theatre, London Featured Chow Chow Image

His Majestys Theatre, London

Promotional postcard for His Majesty's Theatre, London. The present building was designed by Charles J. Phipps and was constructed in 1897 for actor-manager Herbert Beerbohm Tree, who established the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art at the theatre. In the early decades of the 20th century, Tree produced spectacular productions of Shakespeare and other classical works, and the theatre hosted premieres by major playwrights such as George Bernard Shaw, J. M. Synge, No묠Coward and J. B. Priestley. Since the First World War, the wide stage has made the theatre suitable for large-scale musical productions, and the theatre has specialised in hosting musicals. The theatre has been home to record-setting musical theatre runs, notably the First World War sensation Chu Chin Chow[1] and the current production, Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera, which has played continuously at Her Majesty's since 1986. The theatre was set up in 1705 by architect and playwright John Vanbrugh as the Queen's Theatre; in 1714 it changed name to the King's Theatre and has changed name with the sex of the monarch ever since. Date: circa 1900

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Childrens Jewel Fund Sale of Dolls, WW1 Featured Chow Chow Image

Childrens Jewel Fund Sale of Dolls, WW1

A variety of examples of dolls on sale at Sutherland House in aid of the Children's Jewel Fund, which raised money for infant welfare centres around the country. Among the notable exhibits were a Chu Chin Chow tableau, representing the popular theatrical show donated by Miss Lily Brayton (Mrs Oscar Asche) and Air Force dolls equipped with scale aeroplane and airshop models given by Lady Drogheda, the Flying Countess. Date: 1918

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans