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1974, London Palladium

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18th November, 1974
The Palladium Theatre, London

THE ROYAL VARIETY PERFORMANCE

1974 marked an important year for the show's beneficiary, when the Variety Artistes' Benevolent Fund (the VABF), changed its name to the Entertainment Artistes' Benevolent Fund, marking its help for a wider spectrum of show business. The year also marked another 'first' in the show's history, by having a female compere for the first time, Noele Gordon.


Held in the presence of
HER MAJESTY QUEEN ELIZABETH THE QUEEN MOTHER


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

Compere: Noele Gordon

NOELE GORDON
A SALUTE TO VAUDEVILLE
TED ROGERS
THE HUNGARIAN STATE DANCE COMPANY
BILLY DAINTY
JOSEPHINE BAKER
PAUL MELBA
THE DANCE THEATRE OF HARLEM
PAPER LACE with santana
GEORGE CARL
ROY CASTLE
PERRY COMO
JACK PARNELL and his orchestra





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