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Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Hetty King music hall male impersonator 1883-1972

Hetty King music hall male impersonator 1883-1972
Hetty (Hettie) King (Winifred Emms) as sailor seated on a barrel leaning forward with pipe in hand. Coil of rope and parcel wrapped in a handkerchief at her side. Date: circa 1907

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Atlas and Vulcana music hall strongman, strongwoman

Atlas and Vulcana music hall strongman, strongwoman
(Atlas) Hedley Roberts (1864-1946) and Vulcana (Miriam Kate Roberts (nee Williams) (1874-1946) - performed shows of strength and classic poses

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Kaufmann Lady Cycle Troupe

Kaufmann Lady Cycle Troupe refined trick cyclists. One bicycle in photograph with the lady cyclists wearing ruched shorts to the knee, long sleeved blouses, tights and flat shoes

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: The Gaiety music hall Chatham

The Gaiety music hall Chatham
Showing the front of the Gaiety, Chatham. Large posters for Florrie Forde and Nellie Colman with Florrie Forde?s name on billboard

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Minnie Duncan music hall coster act

Minnie Duncan music hall coster act
Minnie Duncan of the music hall double act Duncan and Godfrey (Arthur Godfrey). Wearing coster costume of long black skirt with full-length white apron, shawl and large hat with ostrich feathers

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: The Diving Belles music hall divers and aquatic acrobats

The Diving Belles music hall divers and aquatic acrobats
The Diving Belles led by Daphne ?appearing in an elaborate sea cave scena Mermaids in Shells with clever and original tricks and fancy diving?

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Arthur Godfrey music hall coster act

Arthur Godfrey music hall coster act
Arthur Godfrey of the music hall coster double act Duncan and Godfrey with Minnie Duncan. Wearing coster costume of suit with long jacket and bell bottomed trousers trimmed with pearly buttons

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Daisy Dormer music hall singer 1883-1947

Daisy Dormer music hall singer 1883-1947
Daisy Dormer (Kezia Beatrice Stockwell) music hall singer and pantomime favourite. Here as Maid Marion in ?Babes in the Wood?. Music hall stars often performed their hit songs in pantomime

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Kirk and Saraski music hall aquatic acrobats

Kirk and Saraski music hall aquatic acrobats. Sisters known as ?the aquatic marvels?. Performed dives, acrobatics and endurance feats in a tank of heated water

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Gaby Deslys dancer, singer and actress 1881-1920

Gaby Deslys dancer, singer and actress 1881-1920
Gaby Deslys (Marie-Elise Gabrielle Claire) French dancer, singer and actress. Died young of a throat infection caused by Spanish influenza

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Madeline Rossiter actress, musician and manager

Madeline Rossiter actress, musician and manager
Madeline Rossiter dressed in male attire as Algy. She worked in revue, summer seasons, musical comedy and pantomime. Described as a comedienne, impressioniste and musician

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Jennie Benson music hall comedienne and mimic

Jennie Benson music hall comedienne and mimic
Jennie Benson comedienne and mimic. Known for her character studies. Dressed as a soldier during the First World War in greatcoat and cap, smoking a cigarette. Signed card. Date: circa 1917

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Buffalo Belles Wild West Show

Buffalo Belles Wild West Show. One man, seven women. Leader in cowboy costume with bicycle and whip. Two in cowgirl costumes holding lassos, five in indian costume holding knives and a spear

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Daisy Jerome music hall mimic, comic singer and dancer

Daisy Jerome music hall mimic, comic singer and dancer
Daisy Jerome music hall mimic, toe dancer and wooden shoe dancer. A comic singer with a reputation for sauciness. Here depicted in a toe dancing pose wearing ballet shoes

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Marie Loftus music hall dancer and singer 1857-1940

Marie Loftus music hall dancer and singer 1857-1940
Marie Loftus music hall dancer and singer, pantomime star. Reputation for singing risqu songs. Mother of Cissie Loftus, music hall mimic. In costume holding rose

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Marthe Carpentier boxer born 1893

Marthe Carpentier boxer born 1893
Marthe Carpentier French boxer. On 8th March 1914 she won a bout against Lucie Warner from England for the world female title

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Cecilia Loftus music hall mimic 1876-1943

Cecilia Loftus music hall mimic 1876-1943
Cecilia (Cissie) Loftus music hall mimic. Daughter of Marie Loftus music hall singer. In costume of long black fitted dress with full skirt, long black gloves and hat. Holding a tambourine

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: The Great Athelda music hall strongwoman

The Great Athelda music hall strongwoman
The Great Athelda (Frances Rheinlander) born in Manchester, England. Music hall strongwoman and great rival to Vulcana (Kate Williams). Signed card. Date: circa 1913

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Dickinson & Johnson music hall Crystal Tank artistes

Dickinson & Johnson music hall Crystal Tank artistes
Alice Dickinson and Queenie Johnson music hall swimmers and tank performers. High divers and ornamental swimmers. ?Wonderful performances in a small tank.? Date: circa 1904

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Winifred Ward music hall male impersonator 1880-1975

Winifred Ward music hall male impersonator 1880-1975
Winifred Ward male impersonator and pantomime principal boy. In costume for ?Jack Horner? pantomime, Princes Theatre, Bristol. Wearing light coloured suit with trouser turn-ups

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Julie Ring music hall dancer

Julie Ring music hall dancer. In dancing pose holding skirt to reveal petticoats. Black stockings and strap shoes with Cuban heel. Date: circa 1902

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Madam I?Oma music hall mystic and clairvoyante

Madam I?Oma music hall mystic and clairvoyante
Madam I?Oma Egyptian music hall mystic and ?genuine? clairvoyante. ?Never known to fail.? Head and shoulders portrait. Date: circa 1919

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Vesta Victoria music hall comic singer 1873-1951

Vesta Victoria music hall comic singer 1873-1951
Vesta Victoria (Victoria Lawrence) music hall singer and character comedienne. Born in Leeds but affected a cockney stage persona. Demure pose with hands in fur muff

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Ada Reeve music hall singer 1874-1966

Ada Reeve music hall singer 1874-1966
Ada Reeve (Adelaide Mary Reeve) music hall singer, pantomime favourite, stage and screen actress. Wearing full length pleated skirt and high black hat with ostrich feather. Holding long gloves

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Malvina Dunreath music hall singer and long boot dancer

Malvina Dunreath music hall singer and long boot dancer. In costume, wearing ?little girl? knee length white dress with full skirt. Hair in long plaits with large bow

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Edna Mayne music hall toe and sand dancer

Edna Mayne music hall toe and sand dancer
Edna Mayne music hall toe dancer and sand dancer. The sand dance was an eccentric dance with exaggerated movements while dressed in an approximation of Egyptian dress. Date: circa 1911

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Yvette Guilbert music hall singer 1865-1944

Yvette Guilbert music hall singer 1865-1944
Yvette Guilbert (Emma Laure Guilbert) French music hall singer. Known as a ?diseuse? for her monologue-like patter songs. Here at her dressing-table preparing for a performance

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Marie Lloyd music hall singer and comedienne 1870-1922

Marie Lloyd music hall singer and comedienne 1870-1922
Marie Lloyd (Matilda Alice Wood) music hall singer and comedienne with a reputation for sauciness. In suggestive pose, hands on hips and showing petticoats

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Florrie Forde music hall singer 1875-1940

Florrie Forde music hall singer 1875-1940
Florrie Forde (Flora Flanagan) born in Australia, music hall singer known for popular chorus songs, pantomime principal boy. Sang ?It?s a long way to Tipperary? in World War I

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Bessie Bellwood music hall singer 1856-1896

Bessie Bellwood music hall singer 1856-1896
Bessie Bellwood (Catherine Mahoney) music hall singer who engaged with her audience and had a reputation for putting down the toughest of hecklers. Carte de visite advertising Taunus table water

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: May Lilian Levey music hall male impersonator

May Lilian Levey music hall male impersonator
May Lilian Levey male impersonator, dancer, pantomime principal boy. Here dressed in top hat and tails with cane. Called herself the ?premier male character comedienne?

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Louie Tracy music hall male impersonator

Louie Tracy music hall male impersonator
Louie Tracy male impersonator dressed as a man about town with top hat and cane. ?Faultlessly attired, by everyone admired?. Billed as the ?Dapper, Dandy Boy?. Signed card. Date: circa 1910

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Pauline Travis music hall male impersonator

Pauline Travis music hall male impersonator
Pauline Travis male impersonator billed as ?the new male impersonator? in 1915. Dressed as a man about town wearing evening suit, white waistcoat, top hat and monocle. Signed card. Date: circa 1915

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Ida Barr music hall singer 1882-1967

Ida Barr music hall singer 1882-1967
Ida Barr (Maud Barlow) music hall singer and burlesque actress. With Wee Georgie Wood in this image. Signed card. Date: circa 1920s

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Miss Arizona tomahawk juggler

Miss Arizona tomahawk juggler
Miss Arizona of the music hall act The 3 Arizonas, tomahawk jugglers. Also juggled knives and flaming torches. Wearing Wild West costume with fringed trousers, knotted scarf

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: May Edney music hall comedienne and dancer

May Edney music hall comedienne and dancer moving on in the 1920s to revue and soubrette parts. Wearing full length white dress in wedding dress style with matching headdress

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Fanny Fields music hall comedienne 1881-1961

Fanny Fields music hall comedienne 1881-1961
?Happy? Fanny Fields music hall comedienne dressed in character as naive Gretchen in Dutch costume. Clog dancing part of the act. Date: circa 1905

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Dorothy Ward music hall and musical comedy star 1890-1987

Dorothy Ward music hall and musical comedy star 1890-1987
Dorothy Ward billed on the music halls as the ?Queen of Musical Comedy?. Pantomime principal boy. Holding out the skirt of an elaborately fringed dress. Hat with long tassel and feathers

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Madame Bairewe music hall comedienne

Madame Bairewe music hall comedienne
Madame Bairewe the inimitable Tyrolean. Performing in variety in Europe during World War I. Wearing Tyrolean costume and matching hat with feathers. Date: circa 1916

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Sisters Earle music hall duettists and dancers

Sisters Earle music hall duettists and dancers
The Sisters Earle (Florrie and Harriet Warsaw) music hall duettists and simultaneous dancers. In Australia 1901 and moved to England by 1911

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Sisters Marion music hall vocalists

Sisters Marion music hall vocalists
The Sisters Marion harmonising duettists. Described as a juvenile act. Fashionable in the music hall for young women to dress as children. Wearing matching knee-length white dresses and flat shoes

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Herculine strongwoman

Herculine strongwoman
Herculine, known as the female Samson as she lifted weights by her hair. Hooks can be seen in this photograph attached to her hair

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Lottie Collins music hall singer and dancer 1865-1910

Lottie Collins music hall singer and dancer 1865-1910
Lottie Collins (Charlotte Louisa Collins) music hall singer and dancer. Famous for singing Ta-ra-ra Boom-de-ay accompanied by a wild skirt dance with high kicks exposing stockings held up by

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Maggie Clifton music hall gymnast

Maggie Clifton music hall gymnast and equilibrist. Originally a member of The 5 Cliftons from Belgium. Demonstrated head and hand balancing techniques. Date: circa 1913

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Rosey Anslow & Ella Grahame music hall roller-skaters

Rosey Anslow & Ella Grahame music hall roller-skaters
Rosey Anslow and Ella Grahame performing acrobatics on roller skates. One performer is wearing trousers, the other wearing a jacket and full skirt allowing for movement. Date: circa 1910

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Iron jaw act

Iron jaw act
Unidentified iron jaw act. The performer held one end of a leather strap with their teeth while the other end of the strap had a hook which was attached to a trapeze or, in this case

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Kitty Lord music hall vocalist

Kitty Lord music hall vocalist. Began working life as a servant and progressed to living in a house in Regents Park. Performed worldwide between 1894 and 1915 including Egypt and Argentina

Background imageMonoMania Images Collection: Nelly Power music hall singer 1854-1887

Nelly Power music hall singer 1854-1887
Nelly (Nellie) Power music hall singer, burlesque actress and early male impersonator. On the back of the photograph is printed ?Saturday Programme Supplement February 5th 1876?. Date: 1876



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