Most often remembered on TV as part of the London Palladium shows in the fifties and sixties, the Tiller Girls are the longest established precision-dancing troupe in the world. Starting in the 1890s, John Tiller’s requirement for precision and elegance found lasting favour with audiences around the world and inspired the creation of the famous Radio City Rockettes in New York.
On Tuesday 5 July at 7.30pmThe British Music Hall Society presents A Tribute To The Tiller Girls, an evening of interviews and archive imagery and footage with some special guests.
Mark Fox highlights the full history of the world’s most famous and longest established dance troupe, from humble beginnings in Manchester mills to worldwide fame and television stardom, and last year’s guest appearance in the London Palladium pantomime.
The event takes place at The Water Rats Venue, Grays Inn Road, London WC1X 8BZ
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