Evelyn Dove: Britain's Black Cabaret Queen
Thursday 27 April, 1.00pm-2.00pm
Stephen Bourne celebrates the life and career of the glamorous London-born singer Evelyn Dove, the subject of his latest book. In the booming cabaret age of the 1920s and 1930s she thrilled audiences around the world. Her movie star looks captivated those in her presence. During the Second World War she kept the home fires burning with her appearances on BBC radio. Following the talk Stephen will be signing copies of Evelyn Dove: Britain's Black Cabaret Queen.
Tickets are £3
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