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Windmill Theatre Owner Miss Sheila Van Dam watches as the curtain comes down over Featured Print

Windmill Theatre Owner Miss Sheila Van Dam watches as the curtain comes down over

Windmill Theatre Owner Miss Sheila Van Dam watches as the curtain comes down over the legs of the Windmill Girl Dancers for the last time today as the era of the famous Windmill Theatre London comes to a close. The Theatre which remained open throughout WWII - thus its slogan "We Never Close" is to become a cinema
31 October 1964 dance / dancing / party season / celebration / happy vintage news archive

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Lambeth Walk - dance The Lambeth Walk is a song from the 1937 musical Me and My Girl Featured Print

Lambeth Walk - dance The Lambeth Walk is a song from the 1937 musical Me and My Girl

Lambeth Walk - dance
"The Lambeth Walk" is a song from the 1937 musical Me and My Girl (with book and lyrics by Douglas Furber and L. Arthur Rose and music by Noel Gay). The song takes its name from a local street once notable for its street market and working class culture in Lambeth, an area of London, England. "The Lambeth Walk" has the distinction of being the subject of a headline in The Times in October 1938: "While dictators rage and statesmen talk, all Europe dances to The Lambeth Walk."
?TopFoto History of London - Vauxhall / Lambeth

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Continuing the week-long International Folk Dance Festival and rally being held by Scouts Featured Print

Continuing the week-long International Folk Dance Festival and rally being held by Scouts

Continuing the week-long International Folk Dance Festival and rally being held by Scouts and guides from nine nations, representatives from Belgium, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, England, France, Holland, Northern Ireland, Norway, Scotland, Switzerland, the United States and Wales held at open-air performances of singing and dancing in the cockpit, Hyde Park, London. The team stress in their national costume, after proceeding in procession from Hyde Park Corner accompanied by decorated courts, gave displays of dancing before Lady Baden Powell - World Chief Guide, who afterwards made a speech.
Picture shows: representatives from Belgium, dressed in their colourful national costume of the 14th century, ride on one of the gaily decorated cards in the procession through Hyde Park. 1940s 40s
14 July 1947 dance / dancing / party season / celebration / happy vintage news archive

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