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The Monseigneur - Londons latest chic restaurant Featured Related Images Image

The Monseigneur - Londons latest chic restaurant

Evening at The Monseigneur, a fashionable London restaurant, with diners watching a cabaret performance. The Monseigneur Restaurant was one of three main hot spots for dance music in the 1930s. It shared rival prominence with the Savoy Restaurant and the Mayfair Hotel as the top showcases for the popular music of the day. Reginald (Roy) Fox and Lew Stone were the bandleaders who inhabited the Monseigneur during the depression years in the UK. The well-known restaurateur, M. Taglioni is seen standing in the right foreground

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 -

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Orient Express in Snow

The Simplon-Orient Express train, snowbound at the village station of Cherkeskoy, sixty miles from its final destination, Constantinople (Istanbul). The train left Paris on 29 January and was due to arrive at Constantinople on 1 February. Instead, it remained snowed up for ten days. A train travelling in the opposite direction was similarly snowbound alongside it for 96 hours. With no heating on the train, the passengers of both trains huddled together in the station buffet, passing the time by playing cards, reading, listening to gramophone music and dancing, including improvised performances by a German ballerina

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 -

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Victoria Palace Theatre, London BB87_01220

VICTORIA PALACE THEATRE, Westminster, London. The Victoria Palace Theatre opened in 1911 and was built as a music hall by Frank Matcham (a specialist in theatre design). The figure of a ballet dancer stands at the top of the cupola and is said to be the famous dancer, Anna Pavlova. The statue was lost during World War II. Photographed by Harry Bedford Lemere in March 1912

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