Contributor Sylvia Kellaway
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Other Names Sylvia Kelleway
Gender Female
Nationality Australian
Functions Actor, Dancer, Performer
Notes Daughter of Sydney racing identity Jimmy Gardiner, sister-in-law of entertainers Cecil and Alec Kellaway. Married Jack Kellaway with whom she performed a double act in UK, Europe, Australia. Dancer trained with Chrissie Royal, worked in revues and pantos, as ballet mistress. Later married naval officer H F Hayes. Continued performing into 1960's.
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  • Is spouse of Jack Kellaway (Actor, Dancer, Performer. Event Dates: 1934)
Events

Performer

Singer

Actor

Comedian

Dancer

Producer

  • Good News, New South Wales Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, NSW, 7 July 1951

Angus Winneke - Costume Designer, Set Designer, Designer, Set and/or Property Maker

Ralton R. James - Producer, Stage Director, Entrepreneur

Barbara Mackay - Wardrobe Master / Mistress

David N. Martin - Presenter, Entrepreneur

Leslie Kellaway - Dancer, Performer

Harold Moschetti - Musical Director, Composer

Kathryn Crawford - Performer

Ormonde Douglas - Performer, Actor and Singer

Gloria Lynch - Performer

Martin Rubinstein - Dancer, Performer

Ben Blue - Comedian, Performer

George Hurd - Juggler, Performer, Circus Style Performer

Victor Moore - Performer

Ray Bushby - Performer

Maurice Colleano - Circus Style Performer

Axie Dunlap - Performer, Comedian

Margaret Fitzgibbon - Performer

Lionel Gorrick - Pianist, Organist

Tod Hilton - Singer, Dancer

Doreen Hurd - Juggler, Performer

Dave Kaye - Pianist

Betty Linke - Performer

George Andre Martin - Performer

Gerald McErlean - Dancer

Freddie Meredith - Dancer

Ivor Moreton - Pianist

Charles Norman - Performer, Comic Singer

Joey Porter - Performer

Olga Purves - Performer

Jean Rai - Choreographer

Charles Snowman - Performer

Oliver Wakefield - Performer

Gladys Anderson - Actor, Singer

Percy Athos - Stage Director

Thelma Beck - Performer

Ralph Benatzky - Composer

Michelene Bernardini - Performer

Leslie Board - Designer

Elsie Bower - Performer

J J Boyle - Entrepreneur

Sidney Burchall - Performer

Robert Butt - Actor, Performer

Dudley Cantrell - Composer, Conductor

Erik Charell - Devisor

Tommy Dale - Actor, Performer

Clem Dawe - Actor, Comedian

Marie Doran - Singer

Eric Edgley - Actor, Producer, Comedian

Fred Gulliford - Musical Director

Jenny Howard - Performer

Alec Kellaway - Actor and Singer, Stage Director

Norman Lawrence - Performer

William Little - Set and/or Property Maker, Scenic Artist

S. Albert Locke - Producer

Edna Luscombe - Choreographer, Actor

Andrew MacCunn - Musical Director

George Martin - Performer

Laurel Martyn - Choreographer

Thelma McLeod - Choreographer

Sharen Morley - Performer

Hans Mueller - Adaptor

Frank Neil - Presenter

Johnny O'Connor - Performer

Wallace Parnell - Producer

Bob Parrish - Performer, Singer

Dorothy Perkins - Dancer

Natalie Raine - Dancer

Marlene Schramm - Performer

Arthur Stigant Jnr - Performer

Sir Oswald Stoll - Unknown

Robert Stolz - Composer

Strella Wilson - Performer

Pat Alexander - Performer

Don Amor - Drummer

Graeme Anderson - Dancer

Chic Arnold - Actor

Will Aubrey - Minstrel

Sugar Baba - Performer

Maurice Barling - Actor and Singer

Kathy Barr - Performer

Betty Baylis - Dancer

Neil Belt - Actor

Norman Claridge Berrigan - Actor

Gertrud Bodenwieser - Actor, Choreographer, Artistic Director

Harald Bowden - General Manager

Jenny Brennan - Choreographer

Edward Bridger - Mechanist

Peter Brooks - Compere, Performer

Brian Buggy - Musical Director

Bobby Butt - Performer

George Chanti - Performer

Brenda Charles - Performer

Joan Cohen - Singer

Con Colleano - Circus Style Performer

Mike Connors - Actor

Kenneth Cope - Dancer

Beverley Cross - Adaptor

David Dale - Performer

Joy Dare - Performer

  • Vive la Venus, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 25 May 1948

Claude De Car - Animal Performer

Valda de Oliver - Performer

Tess Dennis - Performer

W. Dixon - Scenic Artist

Arthur Dodds - Assistant Stage Manager

Dorothy Dorn - Actor

Will Duffy - Performer

Ruth Durell - Singer

Buster Fiddes - Performer

Margot Fleming - Performer

Banner Forbutt - Actor

Mercia George - Dancer

Jim Gerald - Comedian

Winnie Gill - Wardrobe Master / Mistress

Gloria Gotsch - Actor

Victor Gouriet - Actor

Harry Graham - Adaptor

Bobby Grieves - Actor

Phil Hall - Dancer

John Hannan - Actor

Ronnie Hay - Choreographer

Fred Hebert - Director

David Heneker - Music and Lyrics

Maurice Henry - Actor and Singer

Victor Herbert - Singer

Madge Hope - Actor

Ralph Illidge - Actor

Lance Ingram - Tenor

Len James - Musical Director

Keith Johns - Stage Director

Herman J. Kaufman - Costume Designer

Pat Keating - Singer

Jack Kellaway - Actor

Nancy Kerr - Actor

Martin Kett - Conductor

Jeanne Kiernen - Singer

Patsy King - Actor

Annette Klooger - Singer

Dawn Lightfoot - Actor and Singer

William Lincoln - Properties Master

Minnie Love - Performer

Isobel MacIntosh - Performer

Madame Nixon - Wardrobe Master / Mistress

Chico Marx - Comedian

  • Vive la Venus, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 25 May 1948

Bernard McCaffrey - Actor and Singer

K. V. McGuiness - Set Designer

Mark McManus - Actor

Eric Mitchelson - Performer

Ruby Morris - Choreographer

Ruby Morriss - Dancer, Choreographer

Harry Mossfield - Performer

  • Vive la Venus, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 25 May 1948

Fred Murray - Actor and Singer

Jack Murray - Performer

  • Vive la Venus, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 25 May 1948

Emily Nathan - Wardrobe Master / Mistress

George Nicholls - Performer

H. C. Nightingale - Stage Manager

Max Oldaker - Actor

Max Pierce - Actor

Joan Potter - Dancer

Betty Pounder - Choreographer

Max Reddy - Actor and Singer

Hedda Rich - Performer

  • Vive la Venus, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 25 May 1948

John Rickard - Actor

Victor Roberts - Scriptwriter

Al Roxy - Dancer

Vivian Sanderson - Actor

Terry Scanlon - Performer

  • Vive la Venus, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 25 May 1948

Ron Shand - Performer

Francis Sinclair - Performer

Emily Smith - Performer

Shirley Smythe - Actor

Wilfred Stevens - Dancer

Pauline Stewart - Performer

  • Vive la Venus, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 25 May 1948

Jack Stocks - Comedian

Joan Swain - Performer

Yvonne Taylor - Performer

  • Vive la Venus, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 25 May 1948

Vivian Thompson - Performer

Enso Toppano - Actor

Geoffrey Veitch - Actor

Irene Vermillion - Acrobat

Leslie Victor - Actor

Hal Vincer - Concert Master

  • Vive la Venus, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 25 May 1948

Harold Vincer - Conductor

Carole Walker - Actor

George Leonard Wallace - Performer

H. G. Wells - Author

Bunny Westney - Performer

Sidney Wheeler - Actor

Gloria Williams - Dancer

Frank Wilson - Actor

Joan Wilson - Performer

Sonya Yarr - Performer

Tivoli Circuit (Australia) Pty Ltd

Tivoli Ballet

Tivoli Orchestra

Tivoli Lovelies

Noni, Nita and Dody

Starry Nights Rhumba Band

The Hartnells

The Juvelys

The Schaller Brothers

The Tivoli Models

Tivoli Celebrity Singers

J. C. Williamson Limited (1910-1938)

J. C. Williamson Theatres Limited (1943-1976)

The Ballet Guild Dancers

Tivoli Glamour Girls

Astley and Jenny

Chapelle and Carlton

Hadji Ali and Co

Koba and Kalee

  • Vive la Venus, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 25 May 1948

Marquartsteiner Tyrolese Dancers

Murray and Walton

Scott and Foster

Sisson and Neal

Starry Nights Dancers

Sugar Baba and the Rudas Twins

The Criterions

  • Good News, New South Wales Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, NSW, 7 July 1951

The Cupids

  • Vive la Venus, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 25 May 1948

The goddesses

  • Vive la Venus, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 25 May 1948

The Merry Macs

Theatre Royal Orchestra

Tivoli Showgirls

  • Vive la Venus, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 25 May 1948

Westmead Boys' Band

Willie, West and McGinty

Resources
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