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 Palladium – Pall Mall Gazette – Tuesday 20th September 1921

THE PALLADIUM.

 

There may have been as good shows at the Palladium as that presented this week, but there has certainly never been a better, and loosely used phrase, “a galaxy of stars,” is in this case justified.

There remain in the bill from last week Miss Gabrielle Ray, in her charming act: Miss, Madeline Collins, whose beautiful voice and fine singing are a sheer delight; and Miss Maidie Scott in her amusing song-cycle

The new comers include Little Titch, as cricketer and debutante, two of his cleverest  impersonations; the Arnauk Brothers, the musical clowns; George Bass, in a conducting scene that is full of humour; Jay Laurier, in bucolis fun; and Mimi, a clever trapeze performer.

Last we have Lee White and Clay Smith, fresh from their success in “Puss, Puss,” at the Vaudeville.

These artists met with an enthusiastic reception, and at the end of their performance were called before the curtain again and again.

There will be crowded houses this week at the Palladium.

 

The Pall Mall Gazette – Tuesday 20th September 1921

 

 

Gabrielle Ray – St. Pancras Gazette – Friday 16th September 1921

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