Three runners up (the babies with the most votes in each category) will receive a Marie Lloyd
Portrait Shoot and five prints up to 18ins x 12ins plus pounds 100 worth of high street shopping vouchers each and Baby of the Year certificates.
Anyway, years ago I used to listen to old pros - very old pros - reminiscing about working the music halls before World War One, men and women who hadactuallysharedastage with George Robey or Marie Lloyd
Back in 1904 the popular music hall entertainer Marie Lloyd
wowed audiences with the catchy, 'If England Win the Ashes I'll Sleep with Lord Kitchener'.
EX-EastEnder Jessie Wallace has signed up for an all-singing, all-dancing TV role as music hall star Marie Lloyd
WAITING At The Church was sung by Vesta Victoria, not Marie Lloyd
(Page 6, March 30).
These included Sarah Bernhardt, Eleanora Duse, Marie Lloyd
, Sir Frank Benson (who brought fame and honour to Stratford when the original Memorial Theatre was established) and many more now lost to us forever.
ECHO reader Anne Marie Lloyd
sent in this picture of her grandparents wedding.
Charlie Chaplin, Marie Lloyd
and Houdini were among the artists who performed there and for 30 years, starting in the early Fifties, the theatre became familiar to millions thanks to the BBC television programme The Good Old Days.
Bill's story was to told to Back In Time by his daughter, Marie Lloyd
, who now lives in Welshpool, Powys.
and Fred Astaire would shine there but in earlier, less sedate days, there was so much mayhem in the front rows that the manager would drag a fire hose on stage, threatening to turn it on the audience.
said her son Jamie had been repeatedly attacked and threatened by another pupil who had targeted him for the past three years at Bramford primary school, Woodsetton, near Dudley.
Option of handling applications and identifying the right candidates Marie Lloyd
, human resources adviser for B&Q in Livingston, said: "We are delighted with the assistance provided by Jobcentre Plus - everyone has been extremely helpful and professional.