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Mollie Sugden and Mandy Rice-Davies at Cardiffs New Theatre

Mollie Sugden and Mandy Rice-Davies at Cardiffs New Theatre


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Mollie Sugden and Mandy Rice-Davies at Cardiffs New Theatre

Mollie Sugden and Mandy Rice-Davies at Cardiffs New Theatre. Where Mollie Sugden unveiled a plaque to commemorate the installation of a device to aid the hard of hearing. Both women are in the Agatha Christie play The Hollow, at the New Theatre. Mandy Rice-Davies, a former model and showgirl is best known for her association with Christine Keeler and her role in the Profumo affair. 22nd April 1982

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In this photo print, we see two iconic women, Mollie Sugden and Mandy Rice-Davies, at Cardiff's New Theatre in 1982. The occasion was a momentous one as Mollie Sugden proudly unveiled a plaque to commemorate the installation of a device designed to aid those with hearing difficulties. Both talented actresses were starring in Agatha Christie's play "The Hollow" at the New Theatre during this time. Mandy Rice-Davies, renowned for her previous career as a model and showgirl, is perhaps best remembered for her association with Christine Keeler and her involvement in the infamous Profumo affair that rocked British politics in the 1960s. Despite being embroiled in scandalous events, Rice-Davies continued to shine on stage and screen. This photograph captures both women radiating joy and warmth as they share this special moment together. Their smiles are infectious, reflecting their passion for their craft and dedication to charitable causes. The image showcases not only their talent but also their commitment to making a positive impact beyond the entertainment industry. As we gaze upon this snapshot from the past, it serves as a reminder of how artistry can transcend personal trials while inspiring change within society. It immortalizes an event where these remarkable women came together under theatrical lights to celebrate progress and inclusivity. This print stands testament to their resilience, grace, and unwavering spirit throughout turbulent times – forever capturing an important chapter in history where theater met charity for

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