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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Iris Loder – Sunday Illustrated – Sunday 30th July 1922

BEAUTY AND THE BABE – The charming wife of Major Eric Loder and her daughter, Pamela, at home in their garden in lovely Bucks.


Sunday Illustrated – Sunday 30th July 1922

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Gabrielle Ray – Sunday Illustrated – Sunday 29th July 1923


Stage Beauty’s Reappearance.


I am confidentially informed that it is not altogether unlikely that before very long Gabrielle Ray, the famous musical comedy actress and probably the most popular picture postcard queen of recent times will be seen once again in a musical play. Her return to this stage would certainly be an interesting event.


Sunday Illustrated – Sunday 29th July 1923

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