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Blackpool

father was a cabinet-maker who had an office furnishing business. Loss was educated at Jews' Free School, Trinity College of Music and the London College of Music. He started violin lessons at the age of seven and later played violin at the Tower Ballroom (Blackpool Tower), Blackpool and also with Oscar Rabin (Oscar Rabin Band). Loss started band leading in the early 1930s, working at the Astoria Ballroom and soon breaking into variety (Variety show) at the Kit-Cat Club. In 1934 he topped the bill at the Holborn Empire (Weston's Music Hall) but in the same year moved back to the Astoria Ballroom where he led a twelve piece band. With broadcasting, recording and annual tours in addition to the resident work the band became highly popular over the next few years. WikiPedia:Blackpool Commons:Category:Blackpool


Sarajevo

. Surrealists' Top Chart) also known as '''''Nadrealisti''''' (Surrealists) was a comedy radio broadcast on Radio Sarajevo during early 1980s and later a sketch comedy and variety (variety show) show on TV Sarajevo in three separate installments from 1984 until 1991. caption location Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina coordinates The '''Bosmal City Center''' (BCC


Madrid

, Madison (Madison, Wisconsin), Madrid, Moscow and Seoul. Eurovision Song Contest On 29 March 1969, she represented the United Kingdom (United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest) in the Eurovision Song Contest (Eurovision Song Contest 1969) performing the song "Boom Bang-a-Bang", written by Peter Warne and Alan Moorhouse, the song chosen from a selection of six by viewers of her BBC1 (BBC One) variety series (Variety show) ''Happening for Lulu


Tokyo

, Japan. '''Summers''' (さまぁ〜ず) are a Japanese comedy (Owarai) duo under Horipro Inc., a large talent management company in Tokyo. Frequent guests on many Japanese variety (variety show) and quiz shows, they are probably most famous as guests on the late night conte (Glossary of owarai terms#conte) show, Uchimura Produce (Uchi-P). Along with Teruyoshi Uchimura and the rest


Japan

'''Nine Tears of Esmesanti'''. zh:日本 Commons:Category:Japan Wikipedia:Japan Dmoz:Regional Asia Japan


Canada

; a theatrical (theatre) genre of variety entertainment (variety show) in the United States and Canada from the early 1880s until the early 1930s. Each performance was made up of a series of separate, unrelated acts grouped together on a common bill. Types of acts included popular and classical musicians, dancers, comedians, trained animals (animal training), magicians (Magician (illusion)), female and male impersonators, acrobats (acrobatics), Illustrated Songs

at Whitehall, which is attended by official representatives and veterans associations of Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and other countries. '''Vaudeville''' was a theatrical (theatre) genre of variety entertainment (variety show) in the United States and Canada from the early 1880s until the early 1930s. Each performance was made up of a series of separate, unrelated acts grouped together on a common bill. Types of acts

production in Canada. Members of the Guild write dramatic TV series (television program), feature films, MOWs (Movie of the Week), documentaries (Documentary film), animation, comedy and variety (Variety show) series, children's and educational programming, radio drama, as well as corporate videos and multimedia productions. The organization administers the Canadian Screenwriting Awards. '''Catcha Lake''' is a Canadian (Canada) lake located in the central part


Australia

it be the remnants of a meteor shower, regurgitated frogspawn, fungus - or, less romantically, the gel from disposable nappies? Is it evidence of extraterrestrial life, or perhaps the fallout from top-secret attempts by scientists to manipulate the weather? ... date 18 September 2009 work Times Online accessdate 2009-09-19 location London first Melanie last Reid '''''Our Place''''' was an Australian weekly live (live television) variety (Variety show) lifestyle

be a partner, along with Japan, Kuwait, Oman, Singapore, Australia and South Korea. http: www.atimes.com atimes South_Asia FC09Df02.html After several years at the top Peers left for Australia, where he stayed for two years. When he returned to the UK (United Kingdom), his fans had all but forgotten him and he had to work back to stardom via the club circuit, which had taken over from the variety theatres (variety show). He made a comeback


United States

, for completion. '''''The Mickey Mouse Club''''' is an American (United States) variety (variety show) television show that began in 1955, produced by Walt Disney Productions (The Walt Disney Company) and first televised from 1955 to 1959 by the ABC (American Broadcasting Company), featuring a regular but ever-changing cast of teenage performers. ''The Mickey Mouse Club'' was created by Walt Disney. The series has been revived, reformatted and reimagined several times since its

; a combination of acts, especially musical performances and sketch comedy, and normally introduced by a compère (master of ceremonies) (Master of Ceremonies) or host (Presenter). Other types of acts include magic (magic (illusion)), animal (animal training) and circus acts, acrobatics, juggling and ventriloquism. * Vaudeville – a theatrical (theatre) genre of variety entertainment (variety show) in the United States and Canada from the early 1880s

Blue Devils. '''Vaudeville''' was a theatrical (theatre) genre of variety entertainment (variety show) in the United States and Canada from the early 1880s until the early 1930s. Each performance was made up of a series of separate, unrelated acts grouped together on a common bill. Types of acts included popular and classical musicians, dancers, comedians, trained animals (animal training), magicians (Magician (illusion)), female and male


Germany

2007 accessdate 5 March 2011 Fields was half of the great comic duo '''Weber and Fields''', the other half being Joe Weber (Joe Weber (vaudevillian)). Fields and Weber started performing in museums, circuses and variety (variety show) houses in New York City. The young men had a "Dutch act" in which both portrayed German (Germany) immigrants. Such "dialect acts" (German dialects, Irish dialects, Jewish Yiddish dialects, Blackface and Black African American vernacular English) were extremely common at the time, the comedy coming from the actors' mangling of the English language and dropping of malapropisms as they undertook life in America. thumb Eugen Drewermann during his first U.S. lecture series in 1999 (Image:Eugen Drewermann.jpg) '''Eugen Drewermann''' (born June 20, 1940) is a German (Germany) church critic, theologian, peace activist and former Roman Catholic priest. His work has been translated into more than a dozen languages. Commons:Category:Germany Wikipedia:Germany Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany


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