A relaxed evening at the theater: The Queen Mother and Queen Elizabeth II arrive at Windsor's Theatre Royal for a performance of George Bernard Shaw's "You Never Can Tell" on February 23, 1962.

Decades, diamonds and dollars: The reign of Elizabeth II by the numbers

A relaxed evening at the theater: The Queen Mother & Queen Elizabeth II arrive at Windsor's Theatre Royal for a performance of George Bernard Shaw's "You Never Can Tell" on February

Kingsbridge Road off Fordham Road. The Windsor Theatre, 313 East Kingsbridge Road. (May 11th 1938)

Kingsbridge Road off Fordham Road. The Windsor Theatre, 313 East Kingsbridge Road.

The Windsor Theatre in Hampton closed when I was in high school and a group in our community started raising money to renovate it and to open it up again.  The cost is very reasonable to attend movies and they continue to work on the theatre to improve it. I think that it is very neat that our community supports this.    Windsor Theatre (Hampton, Iowa)

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Hoyts Windsor Theatre, Prahran View from balcony down to curtained screen, showing seating, stage and ceiling.

Hoyts Windsor Theatre, Prahran View from balcony down to curtained screen, showing seating, stage and ceiling.

Vintage Theatre Playbill from Sept. 4, 1939, a musical review by the I. L. G. W. U. Pins and Needles 1939 Featured acts such as Public Enemy No. 1 and Mussolinis Handicap The Windsor Theatre Collectible theater playbill with cast information, vintage advertising. Filled with very cool vintage ads for cigarettes, liquor, fashion and cars Condition: Very good vintage condition. There are two pages that have been cut out. I dont know what they are but I suspect they may have something to do…

Vintage 1939 Playbill "Pins and Needles" New York Broadway Windsor Theatre Memorabilia Ads Tobacciana I.

"Swap Club" was part of the Bristol Revunions February 2012 show "Miles Of Smiles" performed in the Lady Windsor Theatre.     Written and performed by: Andrew Hodge & Sam Olof.    Bristol Revunions is the #sketch #comedy society of the University of Bristol.  Find out more about us:    www.bristolrevunions.com    #bristol

"Swap Club" was part of the Bristol Revunions February 2012 show "Miles Of Smiles" performed in the Lady Windsor Theatre. Written and performed by: Andrew Ho.

Since 1938, this theatre has sat on the bank of the Cooks River, Canterbury. Originally called the Windsor Theatre, its proximity to the water made it prone to flooding and also, apparently, prone ...

Since this theatre has sat on the bank of the Cooks River, Canterbury. Originally called the Windsor Theatre, its proximity to the water made it prone to flooding and also, apparently, prone .

Windsor Theatre and McKays Milk bar, Nedlands, 1953 (Click to View)

Windsor Theatre and McKays Milk bar, Nedlands, 1953 (Click to View)

Windsor Theatre show takes North Iowa back in time - The Walking Tourists

Windsor Theatre show takes North Iowa back in time

Windsor Theatre show takes North Iowa back in time - The Walking Tourists

Fordham Road looking north at Kingsbridge Road in 1930. Poe Park, where Poe Cottage sits, is just up the road on Kingsbridge. The Windsor Theatre to right of the photo on Kingsbridge Rd. is closed for the season.

Fordham Road looking north at Kingsbridge Road in Poe Park, where Poe Cottage sits, is just up the road on Kingsbridge. The Windsor Theatre to right of the photo on Kingsbridge Rd.

A relaxed evening at the theater: The Queen Mother and Queen Elizabeth II arrive at Windsor's Theatre Royal for a performance of George Bernard Shaw's "You Never Can Tell" on February 23, 1962.

Elizabeth II: Young queen who grew into a modern monarch

A relaxed evening at the theater: The Queen Mother and Queen Elizabeth II arrive at Windsor's Theatre Royal for a performance of George Bernard Shaw's "You Never Can Tell" on February

Curtain Up - The Magazine Programme of The Theatre Royal Windsor - Black Comedy and The Private Ear by Peter Shaffer by ANTIGOs on Etsy

Curtain Up - The Magazine Programme of The Theatre Royal Windsor - Black Comedy and The Private Ear by Peter Shaffer

HENRIETTA CROSMAN (1861-1944) was an American stage and film actress. She was born in Wheeling, WV, to George Crosman Jr., a Civil War Major, and Mary B. Wick, a niece of composer Stephen Foster. She got her start in 1883 at the Windsor Theatre, NY. in "The White Slave." By 1900 after several plays, she was a star. She signed w Adolf Zukor's Famous Players in 1914. Then w Universal from 1915-1937. She gave a great performance in Pilgrimage (1933). She married 2x; had 2 sons.

Born in Wheeling, West Virginia, she began her career as a stage performer at the Windsor Theatre, New York, in.

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