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Performance record:

Variety Show

  • Opening Night: 05 July 1948
  • Final Performance: 10 July 1948

The Merry Macs Donald Peers Suzette Tarri Maurice Colleano and Family The Arnaut Brothers Scott Sanders Elsie Bower Yvonne Watts The Three Shades…

Performance record:

Variety Show

  • Opening Night: 29 August 1949
  • Final Performance: 03 September 1949

The Deep River Boys Suzette Tarri Harry Mooney with Victor King Jean, Jack and Judy Sid Plummer Olgo Victor Seaforth…

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Variety Show with Josef Locke

  • Opening Night: 03 December 1951
  • Final Performance: 08 December 1951

…Cox and Miles Twins – Get Together Maureen Rose – The Irish Nightingale Suzette Tarri – Radio’s Queen of Comedy Josef Locke – The Great Irish Tenor; At the Piano:…

Performance record:

Variety Show

  • Opening Night: 22 September 1952
  • Final Performance: 27 September 1952

The Five Smith Brothers Suzette Tarri Syd and Max Harrison Mundy and Earle…

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Keep Punching

  • Opening Night: 23 June 1941
  • Final Performance: 28 June 1941
  • Genre: Variety

Tommy Farr – Champion Boxer Norman Long The Greene Sisters Suzette Tarri The Yale Brothers…

Performance record:

Variety Show

  • Opening Night: 04 August 1947
  • Final Performance: 09 August 1947

…Mallon ? ?Neopolitan Serenade? 7. The Ramond Girls and Tommy Godfrey 8. Suzette Tarri– Radio’s Comedy Queen – ?Still on their Shelf? 9. Cavan O’Connor – ?I’m Only a Strolling…

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Tom Arnold presents ‘Hoop-La’

  • Opening Night: 05 November 1945
  • Final Performance: 17 November 1945

…Sophisticate Suzette Tarri – Radio’s Queen of Comedy The Theatre of Varieties – Hutch (Leslie A. Hutchinson) – The Famous British West Indies Radio and Recording Star Through the Hoops…

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The Mad Hatters of 1943

  • Opening Night: 26 July 1943
  • Final Performance: 31 July 1943
  • Genre: Variety

Syd Seymour and His Band Suzette Tarri Constance Evans Victor Julian and His Pets Alfred Thripp Martin Rolando Marie Louise The Seemore Lovelies…

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Radio Fanfare

  • Opening Night: 06 December 1943
  • Final Performance:
  • Genre: Variety

1. Overture – Hippodrome Orchestra 2. The Raymond Sisters – Dancing Time 3. Freddie Bamberger – ‘Jest-er Piano Player’ 4. Renara – BBC Pianist 5. Suzette Tarri – Radio’s Comedy…

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Radio Funfare

  • Opening Night: 16 February 1942
  • Final Performance: 21 February 1942
  • Genre: Variety

The Two Leslies (Leslie Holmes and Leslie Sarony) Suzette Tarri Nat Mills and Bobbie Archie’s Band Renara Eva May Wong Danvers and Delaine Joe Petersen Harry Shields…

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