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 – Robin Hood – Sunday Illustrated – Sunday 11th December 1921




In the provinces, the Christmas plays are:- “The Gipsy Princess,” at the Court, Liverpool; “Dick Whittington” with Daisy Wood, Bruce Green and George Bass, at the Newcastle Hippodrome; “Cinderella” at the Theatre Royal, Huddersfield, and the Princes, Bradford; “Sindbad the Sailor,” at the Theatre Royal, Edinburgh, and Sheffield. Miss Gabrielle Ray is the star in “Robin Hood” at the King’s Edinburgh; and Will Fyffe is booked for “Robinson Crusoe” at the Glasgow Theatre Royal.


Sunday Illustrated – Sunday 11th December 1921


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Gabrielle Ray – See See – The Daily Mirror – Thursday 21st June 1906


Comic Opera in Place of Musical Comedy at the

Prince of Wales’s.


“See-See,” produced at the Prince of Wales’s Theatre last night, is fairly pretty, fairly amusing, fairly interesting, fairly well acted and sung.

A little more variety in the music, a better part for Mr. Huntley Wright, a larger number of smart sayings in Mr. Brookfield’s dialogue, would help it on a great deal. No doubt Mr. Edwardes will supply all these deficiencies without delay. Then the piece will be a capital entertainment.

Miss Denise Orme is a tuneful See-See, and Miss Gabrielle Ray a pretty boy servant.


The Daily Mirror  Thursday 21st June 1906


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Gabrielle Ray – Flying Colours – 4th December 1916

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