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They did a British music hall tour from February 1947 and played a number of venues before returning to the USA in January 1948. Don was a fantastic musician and had played with many leading bands and backed many famous stars.In February 25, 1952 - Laurel and Hardy begin their second British tour, with the sketch "A Spot of Trouble" and they played a number of theatres before tour ended in. Their last visit to the UK came In 1955 when made their final public appearance together, taking part in a BBC television program titled ‘This is Music Hall, about the British variety organization - the Grand Order of Water Rats. His wife suffered from severe agoraphobia and an associated nervous condition that limited how for long Don would leave he on her own.
I married Dave Williams' (Williams Fish Shop) grand-daughter and we lived above the shop and ran it in the early 60’s. Although I enjoyed the entertainment, I wasn’t impressed by the ambience of the place. I first remember going there with a few mates in the late 1960’s or early 1970’s.He's 75 this year and I wanted to try and find something for him to do with it, but cannot find any record of anything. My mother related pushing me in a pram from Highbury (where we lived) to my grandmother's house in Walpole Road E17 in a very cold winter. I was talking to Peter on the phone the other evening and he tells me he might be over again in 2014. The family name was Brooks, Violet, Lily,(my mum), Dot and Terry, does anyone out there remember anything?
That winter would have been 46-47 or 47-48 Bernard GREEN I now have some new information about Charles John Martin, who lived in Walthamstow: we now know he died in 1969 aged 91 - he had been living at 71 Gosport Road, so if anyone has any information about the family living at this address in the 50s and 60s we would be very interested. We phone each other about every 8 weeks, its so nice to keep in touch with friends. Incidentally, I was born at Thorpe Coombes Hospital in 1952! William Henry Reeves and he was minister of Church Hill Road Baptist Church, Walthamstow, from 1937 to 1947. The stage was at one end of the hall and Don Harvey, the resident organist and compere was at one side of the stage.