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?'

Gabrielle Ray – The Daily Herald – Tuesday 7th March 1911

A Huge Programme.

The greatest interest is being taken in the special matinee be given Thursday week at the Empire on behalf Mrs. Hitchens, widow the late manager of the hall. The demand for seats is already large, and it is hoped the function will meet with financial success, as Mrs. Kitchens to a large extent will be dependent the result of the performance. Among the many artistes who have volunteered to appear are Messrs. Arthur Bourchier, Hayden Coffin, Joseph Coyne, Kenneth Douglas. Robert Evett, Harry Grattan, George Grossmith, G. P. Huntley, Harry Lauder, Edmund Payne, and Misses Kate Cutler, Phyllis Dare, Constance Drever, Clara Evelyn, Grace Lane, Olive May, Gertie Millar, Gabrielle Ray, Elsie Spain, and Violet Vanbrugh. One of the principal features the programme be a prehistoric music- hall entertainment, specially written for the occasion. The piece provides vivid study the modern music-hall, judged from an ancient standpoint, and will be played by large company, the most whom are Messrs. George Mozart, W. H. Berry, and Miss Connie Ediss and Miss Millie Legarde.

The Daily Herald – Tuesday 7th March 1911



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