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 HERBERT (Rotary 5107 A)

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Gabrielle Ray (Rapid 3317)

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Gabrielle Ray – ELIZA (Rotary 799 A)

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Gabrielle Ray – HILDA (Rotary 835 A)

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Gabrielle Ray – NANCY (Rotary 776 A)

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Gabrielle Ray – OLIVE (Rotary 906 A)

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Gabrielle Ray – FANNY (Rotary 761 A)

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Gabrielle Ray (Rotary 2072 A)

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Lily Elsie (Rotary 4827 C)

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Gabrielle Ray – Peggy – The Weekly Dispatch (London) – Sunday 26th February 1911

 

New Gaiety Play.

 Next Saturday evening Mr. George Edwardes will reopen the Gaiety Theatre with the new and as yet unnamed musical comedy by George Grossmith jun. and C. H. Bovill, from the French of Leon Xanrof, with music by Leslie Stuart. This play has been eleven works in rehearsal, and has had to undergo many changes before it pleased Mr. Edwardes. He thinks of calling it either “Pretty Peggy” or “Three Girls,” but may take yet another title instead of these before the curtain goes up. I hear from people in the company that Miss Phyllis Dare will make a very greet personal hit, and that Miss Gabrielle Ray will do the same. They both have personality and charm and are very popular. The comedians are the best the Gaiety Theatre has had – Mr Edmund Payne, Mr. Grossmith jnr., and Mr. Robert Hale. The demand for seats for next is enormous, and, as usual, the Gaiety Theatre will have and audience representative and distinguished.

The Weekly Dispatch London – Sunday 26th February 1911

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