Original Dixieland Jazz Band, London Palladium. 1919 004
Pages 4 and 5 of a programme for a performance by the Original Dixieland Jazz Band at the London Palladium in 1919. Both pages list the daily programme for the Palladium, with the Original Dixieland Jazz Band featuring on page 5.
|Catalogue Reference Number||NJA/PRO/1|
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|Event Date||April 1919|
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The PALLADIUM TEA and REFRESHMENT SALOONS.
The Management desires to draw the attention of Patrons to the fact that a special feature is being made of Afternoon Teas, at Is. per head (pastry extra).
Teas may be had of the Attendants during Matinees Wines, Spirits, etc., of the Best Quality.
# 8. The Great Original American
* DIXIE-LAND JAZZ BAND
* and J0HNN1E DALE, a Jazz Dancer,
Presented by Albert de Courville for the first time in England. The creation of Jazz. The sensation of America.
MAUD GIBSONS ACADEMY
music, Singing, elocution and Dancing,
30, West Kensington Gardens. W. 14. .
Telephone: Principal: MAUD Gili-'ON,
Hammersmith 535 Assisted by H. L. SPAKKSMAN, A.G.S.M.
Classical Dancing, Grace Culture, Rythmic Exercises, Ball-room Dancing, &c.,
MAUD GIBSON. Assisted by W. Valentine. Maitresse de Ballet .. .. .. .. .. .. PEGGY WIN GROVE.
Violin, Piaio, Ear Training, Accompanying, Theory, and Harmony
HILDA L. SPARKSMAN, A.G.S.M. Assisted by Grace Wood, L.R.A.M. ; Enid Hermes, L.R.A.M. ; Nelly Davey,
- and Ada Leach.
Singing and Elocution .. .. .. .. MAY VINCENT, A.R.C.M.
Dramatic Class .. .. .. .. .. .. MARION MCCARTHY.
English Governess .. .. .. .. .. .. .. F. M. JAMES.
French Class .. .. .. .. .. .. Mdlle. E. CHAPMAN.
Students taken for the Stage. Ballets arranged and taught for the Stage (amateur and professional).
. Special Course after 6 p.m. for War Workers at an inclusive fee.
For particulars apply to the Secretary,
MAUD GIBSONâS ACADEMY, 30, West Kensington Gardens, W. 14.
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