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1968, London Palladium

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18th November, 1968
The Palladium Theatre, London

ROYAL VARIETY PERFORMANCE

1968 was hailed by Her Majesty the Queen Mother, a seasoned connoisseur of music hall and variety, as being one of the best ever. Diana Ross used the opportunity to make a moving tribute to black civil rights leader, Martin Luther King, who had been assassinated earlier in the year, during her performance with the Supremes.


Held in the presence of
HER MAJESTY QUEEN ELIZABETH THE QUEEN MOTHER
accompanied by Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Princess Margaret & the Earl of Snowdon

Presented by: Bernard Delfont
Musical Director: Eric Tann
Producer: Robert Nesbitt

Compere: Des O'Connor

AIMI MACDONALD & LIONEL BLAIR
ARTHUR ASKEY
VALENTE VALENTE
ERIC MORECAMBE & ERNIE WISE
SACHA DISTEL
CZECHOSLVAKIAN STATE SONG & DANCE ENSEMBLE
TED ROGERS
MANITAS DE PLATA & COMPANY
ENGELBERT HUMPERDINCK
ANGNES O'CONNELL'S LONDON IRISH GIRL PIPERS
VAL DOONICAN
PETULA CLARK
RON MOODY
ANDRE TAHON & COMPANY
DIANA ROSS AND THE SUPREMES
MORECAMBE AND WISE

1968

1968

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