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1919, London Coliseum

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28th July, 1919
The Coliseum, London

A PAGEANT OF PEACE - a Royal Variety Performance

This second 'royal show', and the first to be called the "Royal Variety Performance", was staged as a celebration of peace and, as the official announcement expressed it, had been commanded by the King "to show his appreciation of the generous manner in which artistes of the variety stage had helped the numerous funds connected with the war."

Held in the presence of
HIS MAJESTY KING GEORGE V
and HER MAJESTY QUEEN MARY

Presented by: Oswald Stoll
Musical Director: Alfred Dove

THE FLYING BANVARDS
ERNEST HASTINGS
GEORGE ROBEY & VIOLET LORAINE
SAM BARTON
ARTHUR PRINCE
HARRY TATE
CLARICE MAYNE
GROCK
DU CALION
A ''Pageant of Peace" by Louis N.Parker with ETHEL HOOK and Company.
Orchestra conducted by
SIR EDWARD ELGAR

PLEASE NOTE: We are missing an original copy of the programme from this Royal Variety Performance. Should you have a copy, or know of the whereabouts of one, please contact, Peter Prichard OBE, The EABF, Brinsworth House, 72 Staines Road, Middlesex TW2 5AL. Mr. Prichard's direct line is 020 7584 4265

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