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Comedy Glass Place Mat Collection

Introducing the Comedy Collection of Glass Place Mats from Media Storehouse. These elegant and stylish place mats, crafted in Europe, bring a touch of humor to your dining table. Featuring unique designs inspired by the vibrant comedy scene in London, England, each mat is a work of art that is sure to spark conversation and delight your guests. Made of high-quality glass, these place mats are not only functional but also add a modern and sophisticated touch to any table setting. Perfect for everyday use or special occasions, the Comedy Collection is a must-have for anyone who appreciates a good laugh and great design.

Comedy is a form of art that has been around for centuries, originating in London

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Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: A scene from the Ladykillers (1955)

A scene from the Ladykillers (1955)
shot at the Gasholders near Kings Cross Station, in London

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Filming of BBC TV Programme Yes Minister, outside the

Filming of BBC TV Programme Yes Minister, outside the Department of Administrative Affairs & No. 10 Downing Street, London, 23rd October 1982. Cast members: Paul Eddington as MP Jim Hacker

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Theatre, A Cuckoo in the Nest 1925, Nerman

Theatre, A Cuckoo in the Nest 1925, Nerman
A scene from A Cuckoo in the Nest, a popular farce playing in London in 1925. Here, the impeccable husband is discovered by his wife and in-laws in a ladys bedroom (equally impeccable)

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Too Many Cooks by Lawson Wood

Too Many Cooks by Lawson Wood
A policeman on the beat around a smart London square appears to be blissfully unaware of the cooks emerging from each house to gaze adoringly at him

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Tango craze: British ballroom version imagined, 1913

Tango craze: British ballroom version imagined, 1913
" The tango untangled, and made suitable for use in British ballrooms." The Bystander imagines a sanitised version of the tango, suitable for dancing in respectable British ballrooms

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Scottish Comedian and Cabaret star Billy Connolly met George Best in London to discuss

Scottish Comedian and Cabaret star Billy Connolly met George Best in London to discuss the Cabaret for a special dinner being held at the Grovenor Hotel

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Theatre, Mercenary Mary 1925, Nerman

Theatre, Mercenary Mary 1925, Nerman
Mercenary Mary, a successful comedy, playing at the London Hippodrome, staring Mr A. W. Baskcomb, Frank Masters, Peggy O Neil (Mary) Lew Hearn, June and Sonnie Hale

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Irish gentleman in a whisky bar in Dublin prison, 1821

Irish gentleman in a whisky bar in Dublin prison, 1821
Irish gentleman in Croftons whisky and beer bar in Dublin prison, 1821. Bankrupt Brian Boru with his friends in the taproom drinking with criminals and debtors. The Tap in Sheriffs Prison

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise, Photo-call in Courtyard of BBC Television Centre, London

Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise, Photo-call in Courtyard of BBC Television Centre, London, 19th May 1969. They started rehearsals this week for their new tv series which will air in August

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Filming of BBC TV Programme Yes Minister, outside the

Filming of BBC TV Programme Yes Minister, outside the Department of Administrative Affairs & No. 10 Downing Street, London, 23rd October 1982. Cast members: Paul Eddington as MP Jim Hacker

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Retro poster, Gilbert & Sullivan, D Oyly Carte

Retro poster, Gilbert & Sullivan, D Oyly Carte
Retro poster for Gilbert & Sullivan, D Oyly Carte, character from HMS Pinafore. 1960s

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: A MIDSUMMER NIGHTs DREAM. William Shakespeares A Midsummer Nights Dream performed at Sadlers Wells

A MIDSUMMER NIGHTs DREAM. William Shakespeares A Midsummer Nights Dream performed at Sadlers Wells Theatre, London, England, 1853. Wood engraving from a London newspaper of 1853

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Watson and Crick, DNA discovers

Watson and Crick, DNA discovers
Watson and Crick. Caricature of the molecular biologists and discoverers of the structure of DNA James Watson (born 1928, left) and Francis Crick (1916-2004), with their model of a DNA molecule

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Soho, London - Shaftesbury Avenue

Soho, London - Shaftesbury Avenue - Queens Theatre with neon sign for Private Lives by Noel Coward, directed by John Gielgud. 1973

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Woman performing as a bus conductor in a comic sketch

Woman performing as a bus conductor in a comic sketch

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Comedians Morecambe and Wise seen here showing off their medals outside Buckingham Palace

Comedians Morecambe and Wise seen here showing off their medals outside Buckingham Palace after being invested by HM The Queen with the O.B.E. 23rd November 1976

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Walker, London, the successful comedy by J M Barrie at the Theatre Royal, Eastbourne

Walker, London, the successful comedy by J M Barrie at the Theatre Royal, Eastbourne, by Sydney Paxton and Company, from Tooles Theatre, London Date: early 20th century

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Diana Dors and her husband Alan Lake at together for the first time on stage in the play

Diana Dors and her husband Alan Lake at together for the first time on stage in the play " Three Months Gone" which opens at the Royal Court Theater on Jan 28th

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Retro poster, Gilbert & Sullivan, D Oyly Carte

Retro poster, Gilbert & Sullivan, D Oyly Carte
Retro poster for Gilbert & Sullivan, D Oyly Carte, character from HMS Pinafore. 1960s

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Caricature of Harry Paulton and Johns Clarke, actors

Caricature of Harry Paulton and Johns Clarke, actors
Caricature of Harry Paulton (1842-1917) and Johns Clarke (1833-1899), actors -- The Two Dromios (of Ephesus and Syracuse respectively)

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: In the support trench by Bruce Bairnsfather, WW1 cartoon

In the support trench by Bruce Bairnsfather, WW1 cartoon
" Old Bill has practically decided to try to get Private Shinio (the ex-comedy-juggler-and-hand-balancer) transferred to another platoon." The stoicism of Captain Bruce Bairnsfathers

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Arthur Askey, Variety Club of Great Britain Luncheon to commemorate his 50 years in Show

Arthur Askey, Variety Club of Great Britain Luncheon to commemorate his 50 years in Show Business, Savoy Hotel, London, 17th October 1974

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise, Guests of Honour at Variety Club of Great Britain Luncheon

Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise, Guests of Honour at Variety Club of Great Britain Luncheon, The Dorchester Hotel, London, 14th May 1974

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Rehearsal of Morecambe & Wise Television Show, North Kensington Community Centre, London

Rehearsal of Morecambe & Wise Television Show, North Kensington Community Centre, London, 20th October 1970. Ann Hamilton with Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise, with Susan Andrews, young girl aged 11 years

Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise, with Susan Andrews, young girl aged 11 years, from Faversham. She recently underwent a major heart operation from which she has now fully recovered

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise went back to school this afternoon to present the prizes at

Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise went back to school this afternoon to present the prizes at the Hamlet of Ratcliffe School, Whitehorse Road, Stepney, East London, 19th July 1962

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: The Goodies, on the perfect answer to petrol rationing, ride their three seater tandem

The Goodies, on the perfect answer to petrol rationing, ride their three seater tandem bicycle in London, Wednesday 21st November 1973

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Rod Hull and Emu seen here attacking Ronnie Corbett as left to right Roy Castle

Rod Hull and Emu seen here attacking Ronnie Corbett as left to right Roy Castle, comedian Janet Brown, boxer Henry Cooper

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Clark Gable with Joan Crawford in Love on the Run 1936

Clark Gable with Joan Crawford in Love on the Run 1936
Clark Gable with Joan Crawford in Love on the Run a romantic comedy film. Date: 1936

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra Framed Photographic Print

Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra Framed Photographic Print
PA017 - Dean Martin (l) and Frank Sinatra (r) make their way across the London Airport tarmac before travelling to Shepperton Studios to film a two minute cameo in Bing Crosby

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Doin the Lambeth Walk - Oi

Doin the Lambeth Walk - Oi! These sketches, made by Sherriffs, are dedicated to The Lambeth Walk, dance hit of the musical comedy Me and My Girl (Victoria Palace)

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Goldie Hawn, American actress at London Heathrow Airport, Saturday 30th May 1970

Goldie Hawn, American actress at London Heathrow Airport, Saturday 30th May 1970. Goldie is heading to France, to spend 10 days shooting on location for new film, Theres a Girl in My Soup

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Law Courts, London, 8th October 1969. Jane Spicer, wife of the late Denis Spicer

Law Courts, London, 8th October 1969. Jane Spicer, wife of the late Denis Spicer, is claiming damages for the loss of her husband, a ventriloquist, killed in a road accident

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Stars of Panto Sleeping Beauty, Eric Morecambe The King

Stars of Panto Sleeping Beauty, Eric Morecambe The King, actress Denny Dayviss as his daughter Princess Mleanie, and Ernie Wise as The Jester, at the Palace, Westminster, London, December 1964

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: The Goodies, will be returning for a new series on BBC2 at 8. 15 pm from Sunday

The Goodies, will be returning for a new series on BBC2 at 8. 15 pm from Sunday
The Goodies, will be returning for a new series on BBC2 at 8.15 pm from Sunday. Photocall for interview at Graeme Gardens North London home, Thursday 25th January 1973

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Billy Connolly, Scottish folk singer turned comedian, will be performing at the Palladium

Billy Connolly, Scottish folk singer turned comedian, will be performing at the Palladium in London this evening, as part of a mini tour which also took in Manchester

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: 5064 Gerrard by Cosmo Gordon Lennox and Robert Hale

5064 Gerrard by Cosmo Gordon Lennox and Robert Hale
5064 Gerrard revue by Cosmo Gordon Lennox and Robert Hale; music arranged by Willy Redestone. Artist Harold Smith. The revue was first produced at the Alhambra Theatre, Leicester Square

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Good Morning, Bill! By P. G. Wodehouse

Good Morning, Bill! By P. G. Wodehouse
Promotional postcard for Good Morning, Bill! By P. G. Wodehouse, based on the Hungarian of Ladislas Fodor. First produced at the Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Wedding of Dan Everard and Dollis Brook

Wedding of Dan Everard and Dollis Brook
Scene at the wedding reception of Dan Everard and Dollis Brook, performers in the Pelissier Follies. The wedding took place at Finchley Parish Church, north London

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Cover Design to Volpone by Ben Jonson, 1898. Creator: Aubrey Beardsley

Cover Design to Volpone by Ben Jonson, 1898. Creator: Aubrey Beardsley
Cover Design to Volpone by Ben Jonson, 1898. Cover of an edition of Ben Jonsons comedy play, published by Leonard Smithers

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Elsie Kay, Maie Ash & Katleen Dawn, The Catch of the Season

Elsie Kay, Maie Ash & Katleen Dawn, The Catch of the Season
Elsie Kay, Maie Ash and Kathleen Dawn in a wonderful publicity photograph for the popular comedy musical, The Catch of the Season at the Vaudeville Theatre

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: A Midsummer Nights Dream

A Midsummer Nights Dream
3765548 A Midsummer Nights Dream by Rackham, Arthur (1867-1939); (add.info.: A Midsummer Nights Dream. Illustration by Arthur Rackham (1867-1939) to the play by William Shakespeare

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Comedians Morecambe and Wise seen here showing off their medals outside Buckingham Palace

Comedians Morecambe and Wise seen here showing off their medals outside Buckingham Palace after being invested by HM The Queen with the O.B.E. 23rd November 1976

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Comedians Morecambe and Wise seen here showing off their medals outside Buckingham Palace

Comedians Morecambe and Wise seen here showing off their medals outside Buckingham Palace after being invested by HM The Queen with the O.B.E. 23rd November 1976

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Peter Sellers, 44, married Miranda Quarry, 22, at Caxton Hall, London

Peter Sellers, 44, married Miranda Quarry, 22, at Caxton Hall, London. The marriage to the step-daughter of Lord Mancroft was Sellers third

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise, photo-call after it was announced that the comedians are

Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise, photo-call after it was announced that the comedians are to star in a seven week BBC Light Entertainment Series, pictured at BBC Studios, Wood Lane, London

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise, photo-call launch party for their joint autobiography

Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise, photo-call launch party for their joint autobiography, titled Eric & Ernie, pictured at Carlton Tower Hotel, London, 17th September 1973

Background imageComedy Glass Place Mat Collection: Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise present 22 member Pools Syndicate from Dewsbury Engineering

Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise present 22 member Pools Syndicate from Dewsbury Engineering Works with winners cheque for £ 266, 644, at the Waldorf Hotel, London, 4th April 1973



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Comedy Glass Place Mat Collection

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