Gabrielle Ray

'Gabrielle Ray said, 'I am always dancing; I love it! When I don't dance, I sing. What else is there to do?'

Robin Hood, or Babes in the Wood – The Scotsman – 1922


Robin Hood or, Babes in the Wood -  The Scotsman - Tuesday 17th January 1922

King’s Theatre Pantomime.

Although the Christmas season if definitely behind us, the King’s Theatre pantomime, “Robin Hood or the Babes in the Wood,” continues to be a strong attraction. The pantomime, with its spectacular magnificence, its great cast of performers, its general brightness, and its plentiful humour has good wearing qualities. It is now tuned up to a high pitch of efficiency. None of the points which the comedians make are lost, and the effects which are worked up by the ample forces at call are fully developed. Miss Gabrielle Ray makes an attractive Maid Marion; Miss Mary Edison is an effective Robin Hood; the dancing of the Babes and others are notable features; and the numerous members of the company work together with great smoothness to provide a thoroughly enjoyable entertainment.

The Scotsman – Tuesday 17th January 1922

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