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Background imageImages Dated 2nd December 2019: Chorus Girls

Chorus Girls
The Alfred Jackson Dancing Girls, in action on a London stage. (Photo by Sasha/Getty Images)

Background imageImages Dated 2nd December 2019: Voronet monastery fresco detail, Bukovina region, Moldavia, Romania

Voronet monastery fresco detail, Bukovina region, Moldavia, Romania
Voronet Monastery located in Suceava county, was built in 1488 by the Stephen the Great. Also known as Sistine Chapel of the East, famous for the intense shade of blue called Voronet blue

Background imageImages Dated 2nd December 2019: Gaiety Programme

Gaiety Programme
1894: A theatre programme from the Gaiety Theatre in London containing information on a production of Little Jack Sheppard, a burlesque in three acts by HP Stephens and W Yardley

Background imageImages Dated 2nd December 2019: Theatre Advert

Theatre Advert
circa 1890: An advertisement for St Jamess Theatre advising that there are No fees of any kind and that the manager and sole lessee is Mr George Alexander

Background imageImages Dated 2nd December 2019: Potatoes For Sale

Potatoes For Sale
23rd November 1928: A display of potatoes at the stand of James Ruane & Sons at Spitalfields Market. (Photo by J. Gaiger/Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageImages Dated 2nd December 2019: Market Stall

Market Stall
24th May 1928: Market traders at Messrs Reuben Levys stall at Spitalfields Market, east London. (Photo by J. Gaiger/Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageImages Dated 2nd December 2019: Theatre Nurses

Theatre Nurses
circa 1930: Two theatre nurses in an operating theatre at Barts (St Bartholomew s) Hospital, London. (Photo by Joan Woollcombe Collection/Getty Images)

Background imageImages Dated 2nd December 2019: LOUIS IX OPENS THE JAILS OF FRANCE (XXXL)

LOUIS IX OPENS THE JAILS OF FRANCE (XXXL)
LOUIS IX OPENS THE JAILS OF FRANCE BY LUC OLIVIER MERSON. Louis IX (1214 - 1270), commonly known as Saint Louis, is the only King of France to be canonized in the Catholic Church.Louis IX was a

Background imageImages Dated 2nd December 2019: Political map of Africa, lithograph, published in 1899

Political map of Africa, lithograph, published in 1899
Political map of Africa at the end of the 19th century. Lithograph, published in 1899

Background imageImages Dated 2nd December 2019: Narrow street in Fitzrovia district, London, England, UK

Narrow street in Fitzrovia district, London, England, UK
Street Scenes Jigsaw Puzzles

Background imageImages Dated 2nd December 2019: The Lost Child by Enrique Melida y Alinari - 19th Century

The Lost Child by Enrique Melida y Alinari - 19th Century
The Lost Child by Enrique Melida y Alinari (circa 19th century). Vintage etching circa late 19th century

Background imageImages Dated 2nd December 2019: Busker

Busker
January 1929: A street musician entertains theatre queues outside a London theatre. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images)

Background imageImages Dated 2nd December 2019: Queue Buskers

Queue Buskers
January 1929: Street musicians entertain theatre queues outside a London theatre. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images)

Background imageImages Dated 2nd December 2019: Theatre Queue

Theatre Queue
circa 1930: Queuing to get into the Plaza Theatre where Somerset Maughams The Letter is showing. (Photo by London Express/Getty Images)

Background imageImages Dated 2nd December 2019: Puppet Show

Puppet Show
August 1928: Marionettes at the Scala Theatre, London. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images)

Background imageImages Dated 2nd December 2019: Illuminated exterior Empire Theatre, Leicester Square

Illuminated exterior Empire Theatre, Leicester Square
April 1929: The illuminated exterior of the Empire Theatre in Leicester Square, London. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images)

Background imageImages Dated 2nd December 2019: Plaza Theatre

Plaza Theatre
April 1929: The illuminated exterior of the Plaza Theatre, London, showing The Loves of Rasputin. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images)

Background imageImages Dated 2nd December 2019: Fruit Exchange

Fruit Exchange
October 1929: Fruit being sold at the London Fruit Exchange, Spitalfields. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images)

Background imageImages Dated 2nd December 2019: Haymarket

Haymarket
1908: Hansom cabs wait for custom outside a theatre in Londons Haymarket. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageImages Dated 2nd December 2019: Toy Theatre

Toy Theatre
17th January 1928: A marionette show with the audience, orchestra and players made of rag toys. (Photo by London Express/Getty Images)

Background imageImages Dated 2nd December 2019: Lady, Be Good

Lady, Be Good
circa 1926: Crowds outside the Empire Theatre, London, where Fred and Adele Astaire are starring in Lady, Be Good. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageImages Dated 2nd December 2019: Hairstyles

Hairstyles
Three women with various hairstyles who feature in On With The Dance at London Pavilion. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageImages Dated 2nd December 2019: Open-Air Shakespeare

Open-Air Shakespeare
April 1929: A crowd attends an open-air performance of Richard III in Pork Street, during the Shakespeare Festival in Southwark, London. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images)

Background imageImages Dated 2nd December 2019: Pageantry

Pageantry
April 1929: Joan Daniels in Children of Dickens, a pageant at Wood Green, London. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images)

Background imageImages Dated 2nd December 2019: Theatre Bar

Theatre Bar
1930: Theatre-goers crowd the bar at the Lyric Theatre in London, for the opening night of Marriage a la mode. (Photo by Sasha/Getty Images)

Background imageImages Dated 2nd December 2019: Alhambra Theatre

Alhambra Theatre
October 1919: The Charing Cross Road entrance of the Alhambra Theatre, Leicester Square, London. It was demolished in 1936 to build the Odeon cinema. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageImages Dated 2nd December 2019: Oxford Airmen

Oxford Airmen
24th July 1928: A pilot of the Oxford University Air Squadron during a pre-flight inspection. (Photo by J. Gaiger/Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageImages Dated 2nd December 2019: Rat Wars

Rat Wars
10th October 1928: Men rolling poison dough and cutting it into Red Squill biscuits for the Ministry of Defences rat control programme. (Photo by J. Gaiger/Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageImages Dated 2nd December 2019: Preparing Poison

Preparing Poison
10th October 1928: A member of staff working for Dr C L Claremont, Research Chemist on Rat Destruction for the Ministry of Agriculture

Background imageImages Dated 2nd December 2019: City Lights

City Lights
Electric signs outside the London Pavilion in Piccadilly Circus, advertising the Charles B Cochran revue Wake Up and Dream!, as well as Gordons Gin, State Express cigarettes and the Ever Ready razor

Background imageImages Dated 2nd December 2019: Mobile Vending

Mobile Vending
A money-in-the-slot automatic fruit and nut vending machine attached to a car, on display in Britain for the first time. (Photo by J Gaiger/Getty Images)

Background imageImages Dated 2nd December 2019: Rat War Preparations

Rat War Preparations
9th October 1928: Staff working for Dr C L Claremont, Research Chemist on Rat Destruction for the Ministry of Agriculture, baking poison biscuits in preparation for the Rat War. (Photo by J)

Background imageImages Dated 2nd December 2019: Green Grocers

Green Grocers
21st November 1928: A magnificent display of fruit and vegetables by R Levy on a stall at Spitalfields Market, London. (Photo by J. Gaiger/Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageImages Dated 2nd December 2019: Swing-A-Round

Swing-A-Round
August 1928: A mixed group enjoying a ride on a funfair ride. (Photo by J. Gaiger/Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageImages Dated 2nd December 2019: Voronet monastery fresco detail, Bukovina region, Moldavia, Romania

Voronet monastery fresco detail, Bukovina region, Moldavia, Romania
Voronet Monastery located in Suceava county, was built in 1488 by the Stephen the Great. Also known as Sistine Chapel of the East, famous for the intense shade of blue called Voronet blue

Background imageImages Dated 2nd December 2019: Gaiety Programme

Gaiety Programme
1894: A theatre programme from the Gaiety Theatre in London containing information on a production of Little Jack Sheppard and featuring three cherubs

Background imageImages Dated 2nd December 2019: Garden Party

Garden Party
12th June 1928: A woman drawing a cork at a theatrical garden party surrounded by guests. (Photo by London Express/Getty Images)

Background imageImages Dated 2nd December 2019: Oscar Wilde

Oscar Wilde
Irish playwright, novelist and wit Oscar Wilde (1854 - 1900). (Photo by Alfred Ellis & Walery, London /Getty Images)


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