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Dance in Art can be found in London, England, United Kingdom in Europe

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Entertainment - Ken Dodd and Bluebell Girls Photocall - London Featured Dance Print

Entertainment - Ken Dodd and Bluebell Girls Photocall - London

Ken Dodd the comedian from Liverpool's Knotty Ash, has been booked by the BBC to star in a weekly series of summer shows to be televised live on sunday from Blackpool, starring in July. The shows will feature the famous Bluebell Girls dancing troupe, appearing in their first series on British television. Ken Dodd is seen trying out some dance steps at Broadcasting House, London with Madame Bluebell who comes from Liverpool, and two of the Bluebell Girls, Monique Swarz 23, of Paris (left), and Gillian Elvins, 21, of Grove Park, London

© PA Archive

Dance - Legs & Co Featured Dance Print

Dance - Legs & Co

TOP OF THE POPS DANCERS (LATER NAMED LEGS & CO') : The new all-girl dancing troupe for the BBC TV programme Top of the Pops in London. They are (back row) Patti Hammond, 26, Sue Mehenick, 21, Lulu Cartwright, 16 and Pauline Peters, 24. In front are Rosemary Hetherington, 16, and Gill Clark, 17. Viewers are being asked to choose a name for the group

© PA Archive/Press Association Images

The Monseigneur - Londons latest chic restaurant Featured Dance Print

The Monseigneur - Londons latest chic restaurant

Evening at The Monseigneur, a fashionable London restaurant, with diners watching a cabaret performance. The Monseigneur Restaurant was one of three main hot spots for dance music in the 1930s. It shared rival prominence with the Savoy Restaurant and the Mayfair Hotel as the top showcases for the popular music of the day. Reginald (Roy) Fox and Lew Stone were the bandleaders who inhabited the Monseigneur during the depression years in the UK. The well-known restaurateur, M. Taglioni is seen standing in the right foreground

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 - https://copyrighthub.org/s0/hub1/creation/maryevans/MaryEvansPictureID/10216464