From pubs’ to ‘palaces’, music hall provided popular entertainment for all, surviving both cinema and radio, but television proved too much and it died – although variety struggled on, and its traditions continue.
Join professional lecturer Wilf Lower as he gives a light-hearted look at the theatres, the performers (in front and behind the curtains!) from Marie Lloyd to Max Miller, Gracie Fields to Ken Dodd; and the very British ‘French Revues’ of the fifties: all from an unusual and unique perspective that’s revealed during the talk. Features film clips.
|Time:10.30 AM - 12.30 PM|
|Location:Age UK Medway, The Mackenney Centre, Woodlands Road, Gillingham, Kent. ME7 2BX.|