Organisation The Kermond Brothers
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Eric and Norman Kurmond
Address [Unknown] Australia
Notes Ice Skating acrobats and comedians.
Events

Tivoli Ballet

Tivoli Circuit (Australia) Pty Ltd

Tivoli Orchestra

Tivoli Glamour Girls

The Flying Kelroys

Burton and Janet

  • Americana, His Majesty's Theatre, Brisbane, QLD, 27 June 1947
  • Americana, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 12 May 1947
  • Americana, Majestic Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 19 April 1947
  • Athos Follies 1947, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 3 March 1947

Eroni and Lavinia

June & Jeanette

Musical Macs

The Laconas

  • Paris le Soir, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 3 September 1945
  • Paris Le Soir, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 16 July 1945
  • Sons of fun, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 17 April 1942
  • Sons of fun, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 9 March 1942

Cyril Jenkins Serenaders

Earle and Fontaine

Gardner and Kane

Levon and Leoni

The Four Rosnays

  • Americana, His Majesty's Theatre, Brisbane, QLD, 27 June 1947
  • Americana, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 12 May 1947
  • Americana, Majestic Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 19 April 1947

The Loretta Twins

The Marcella Trio

The Tivoli Models

Celebrity Circuit Pty Ltd

  • Ice Parade, Princess Theatre (1886- ), Melbourne, VIC, 4 April 1953
  • Ice Parade, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 1 October 1952

Gilbert and Lee

Harmony Hawaiians

June and Collett

  • Americana, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 12 May 1947
  • Americana, Majestic Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 19 April 1947

June and Jeanette

Karinska and Vadie

  • Sons of fun, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 17 April 1942
  • Sons of fun, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 9 March 1942

Kwam et Chang

Lalo and Musette

Loretta Twins

Mahoney and Geraghty

Marcello Duo

Margaret, Maurice and Maryea

Niselle and Ilster

Rolling Rollos

  • Sons of fun, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 17 April 1942
  • Sons of fun, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 9 March 1942

The Bridges Trio

The Flying D'Amours

The Garnet H. Carroll Management

  • Ice Parade, Princess Theatre (1886- ), Melbourne, VIC, 4 April 1953
  • Ice Parade, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 1 October 1952

The Leotards

The Models

Three Ciscos

  • Sons of fun, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 17 April 1942
  • Sons of fun, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 9 March 1942

Tivoli Hillbillies

Tivoli Showgirls

  • Americana, His Majesty's Theatre, Brisbane, QLD, 27 June 1947
  • Americana, Majestic Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 19 April 1947

Bargo and Dare

Charles and Lovely Rae

Clifford & Marion

Cusco and His Animal Circus

Cusko and Peter

  • Gay Nineties, Crystal Theatre, Broken Hill, NSW, 18 September 1946

Four La Salles

Harry Wren Theatres Ltd

  • Gay Nineties, Crystal Theatre, Broken Hill, NSW, 18 September 1946

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

  • Americana, His Majesty's Theatre, Brisbane, QLD, 27 June 1947

James and Kuester

Kenyon and Fewings

Koba and Kalee

Mavis and Les Ritchie

Nisselle and Ilster

Ross Pierre and Schuster

Six Ashtons

The 5 Cleverers

The Appletons

The Cleveres

  • Applesauce, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 20 October 1941

The Clydellos

  • Applesauce, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 20 October 1941

The Florays

The Flying de Pauls

The Four Vespers

The Gay Nineties

The Majestic Orchestra

  • Americana, Majestic Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 19 April 1947

The Older Belles

The Show Girls

  • Americana, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 12 May 1947

The Three Leotards

The Two Hugos

Tivoli Swing Sisters

Wiki and Dana

Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC

Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW

Cremorne Theatre (1911-1954), South Brisbane, QLD

Majestic Theatre, Adelaide, SA

Crystal Theatre, Broken Hill, NSW

Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW

His Majesty's Theatre, Brisbane, QLD

Princess Theatre (1886- ), Melbourne, VIC

St Kilda Town Hall (1890 on), St Kilda, VIC

Ronnie Hay - Choreographer

Fred Parsons - Writer

Wallace Parnell - Producer

David N. Martin - Presenter, Interpreter

Harold Moschetti - Musical Director, Musical Arranger, Conductor, Composer

Buster Fiddes - Comedian

Hal Vincer - Conductor, Musical Director

Clifford Guest - Ventriloquist, Impersonator, Singer

Les Ritchie - Actor and Singer, Actor, Dancer

Lorna Beldon - Performer, Dancer, Actor, Actor and Singer

Marie Doran - Singer, Performer

Evie Hayes - Actor and Singer, Singer, Performer

George Hurd - Performer, Circus Style Performer, Comedian

Alec Kellaway - Actor and Singer, Production Manager, Actor, Performer, Producer

Will Mahoney - Comedian, Producer, Performer

Lynne Golding - Dancer

Eddie Gordon - Comedian, Actor

Jenny Howard - Comedian, Performer, Comic Singer

Eddie Marcel - Actor and Singer, Compere, Performer

Peggy Mortimer - Pianist, Singer, Musician

Stan Porter - Conductor, Musical Director

Roy Rene - Comedian

Jean Cameron - Dancer

  • Stardusters, Majestic Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 12 July 1947
  • Americana, His Majesty's Theatre, Brisbane, QLD, 27 June 1947
  • Americana, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 12 May 1947
  • Americana, Majestic Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 19 April 1947
  • Athos Follies 1947, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 3 March 1947

Iris Cattach - Soubrette, Comedian

Lily Coburn - Comedian, Soubrette, Performer

Kathryn Crawford - Actor and Singer, Singer

Gloria Dawn - Actor and Singer, Actor, Performer

Chung Doo - Singer, Tenor

Bob Dyer - Comedian

Lennie McDermott - Singer

Joy Nichols - Impersonator, Performer, Comedian, Actor and Singer

Mavis Ritchie - Actor and Singer, Choreographer

Terry Scanlon - Comedian, Actor, Comic Singer

Goldie Ashton - Drummer, Comedian, Dancer

Percy Athos - Designer, Producer

  • Americana, His Majesty's Theatre, Brisbane, QLD, 27 June 1947
  • Americana, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 12 May 1947
  • Americana, Majestic Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 19 April 1947
  • Athos Follies 1947, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 3 March 1947

Ernie Baron - Impersonator, Compere

  • Americana, His Majesty's Theatre, Brisbane, QLD, 27 June 1947
  • Americana, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 12 May 1947
  • Americana, Majestic Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 19 April 1947
  • Athos Follies 1947, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 3 March 1947

Dudley Cantrell - Musical Arranger

  • Americana, His Majesty's Theatre, Brisbane, QLD, 27 June 1947
  • Americana, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 12 May 1947
  • Americana, Majestic Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 19 April 1947
  • Athos Follies 1947, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 3 March 1947

Micky Carolan - Actor

  • Americana, His Majesty's Theatre, Brisbane, QLD, 27 June 1947
  • Americana, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 12 May 1947
  • Americana, Majestic Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 19 April 1947
  • Athos Follies 1947, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 3 March 1947

Duval - Magician

  • Americana, His Majesty's Theatre, Brisbane, QLD, 27 June 1947
  • Americana, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 12 May 1947
  • Americana, Majestic Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 19 April 1947
  • Athos Follies 1947, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 3 March 1947

Joyce Gration - Performer, Singer

Barbara James - Singer

  • Americana, His Majesty's Theatre, Brisbane, QLD, 27 June 1947
  • Americana, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 12 May 1947
  • Americana, Majestic Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 19 April 1947
  • Athos Follies 1947, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 3 March 1947

Billy Kershaw - Dancer, Performer

Dolly Mack - Actor, Actor and Singer

George Nichols - Impersonator, Performer, Actor and Singer

Ted Waldman - Comic Singer

  • Americana, His Majesty's Theatre, Brisbane, QLD, 27 June 1947
  • Americana, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 12 May 1947
  • Americana, Majestic Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 19 April 1947
  • Athos Follies 1947, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 3 March 1947

Slim Walker - Actor, Actor and Singer, Performer

Bubby Allan - Actor

  • Americana, His Majesty's Theatre, Brisbane, QLD, 27 June 1947
  • Americana, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 12 May 1947
  • Americana, Majestic Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 19 April 1947

Raymond Baird - Saxophonist, Musician

Dick Bentley - Compere, Comedian

Vic Brooks - Comedian, Performer

Muriel Gardner - Performer, Actor and Singer, Dancer

Millie Hanson - Singer, Actor, Actor and Singer

Ralton R. James - Producer, Stage Manager

June Kuester - Performer, Actor, Actor and Singer

Joe Lawman - Comedian

Betty Lyons - Singer, Dancer

Jack O'Dowd - Compere, Performer

John O'Dowd - Actor and Singer, Performer

Jean Rai - Choreographer, Dancer

Tibby Roberts - Comedian

  • Stardusters, Majestic Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 12 July 1947
  • Sons of fun, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 17 April 1942
  • Sons of fun, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 9 March 1942

Joy Robins - Actor and Singer, Actor

Royston - Ventriloquist

Pearl Schweig - Performer, Actor

George Leonard Wallace - Comedian

  • Americana, His Majesty's Theatre, Brisbane, QLD, 27 June 1947
  • Americana, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 12 May 1947
  • Americana, Majestic Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 19 April 1947

Harry Wren - Producer, Director

  • Ice Parade, Princess Theatre (1886- ), Melbourne, VIC, 4 April 1953
  • Ice Parade, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 1 October 1952
  • Gay Nineties, Crystal Theatre, Broken Hill, NSW, 18 September 1946

Doreen - Performer

Jule Andres - Producer, Set Designer

Don Baker - Actor

Syd Beck - Actor

Gracie Boyd - Actor, Performer

Fred Brown - Circus Style Performer, Performer

Robert Butt - Performer

Buddy Clarke - Comedian

  • Ice Parade, Princess Theatre (1886- ), Melbourne, VIC, 4 April 1953
  • Ice Parade, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 1 October 1952

Celestine Connors - Performer

Mike Connors - Comedian

Pierre Courret - Performer

Sheila Cruze - Choreographer

Donald Davies - Actor

Clem Dawe - Actor and Singer

John Dietel - Performer

  • Ice Parade, Princess Theatre (1886- ), Melbourne, VIC, 4 April 1953
  • Ice Parade, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 1 October 1952

John Dobbie - Actor and Singer, Comedian

Alan Eddy - Bass Baritone

  • Sons of fun, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 17 April 1942
  • Sons of fun, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 9 March 1942

Eric Edgley - Actor and Singer

Gracie Emmerson - Actor and Singer

Ivy Emms - Choreographer

Edie Fitzgerald - Performer

Sadie Gale - Actor, Performer

Albert Gaze - Actor

Bob Geraghty - Actor and Singer, Producer

Jim Gerald - Performer, Comedian

Ailsa Green - Performer

Harry Grunden - Performer, Singer

Jimmy Haines - Actor, Actor and Singer

Millie Hansen - Singer

Dres Hardingham - Set Designer

Ursula Irving - Musician

Marvin Kane - Compere, Dancer

Margaret Kelly - Performer, Actor

Ernest Kelroy - Performer

Ivy Kelroy - Circus Style Performer

Percy King - Adaptor, Producer, Singer

Kenny Lamb - Performer

  • Ice Parade, Princess Theatre (1886- ), Melbourne, VIC, 4 April 1953
  • Ice Parade, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 1 October 1952

Bobby Le Brun - Comedian

Laurie Lott - Tenor, Singer

Marjorie Lou - Dancer

Violette Luckins - Vocalist

  • Sons of fun, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 17 April 1942
  • Sons of fun, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 9 March 1942

Edna Luscombe - Actor

Barbara Mackey - Wardrobe Master / Mistress

Herbie Marks - Musician

Johnny Marvin - Singer, Vocalist

Ossie Massey - Musician

Gerald McErlain - Performer

  • Americana, His Majesty's Theatre, Brisbane, QLD, 27 June 1947
  • Americana, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 12 May 1947

Maisie Merlyn - Dancer

  • Americana, His Majesty's Theatre, Brisbane, QLD, 27 June 1947
  • Americana, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 12 May 1947

Claire Miller - Choreographer, Actor and Singer

Victor Moore - Actor, Performer

Olive Newell - Dancer

Frank O'Dowd - Actor

Keith Petersen - Performer

  • Ice Parade, Princess Theatre (1886- ), Melbourne, VIC, 4 April 1953
  • Ice Parade, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 1 October 1952

Malcolm Phillips - Actor

  • Ice Parade, Princess Theatre (1886- ), Melbourne, VIC, 4 April 1953
  • Ice Parade, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 1 October 1952

Mascotte Powell - Soubrette

  • Sons of fun, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 17 April 1942
  • Sons of fun, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 9 March 1942

Britta Rahlen - Performer

  • Ice Parade, Princess Theatre (1886- ), Melbourne, VIC, 4 April 1953
  • Ice Parade, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 1 October 1952

Rebla - Circus Style Performer

  • Sons of fun, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 17 April 1942
  • Sons of fun, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 9 March 1942

Mavis Reed - Dancer

  • Sons of fun, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 17 April 1942
  • Sons of fun, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 9 March 1942

Arch Ritchie - Actor, Dancer

Robert Roberts - Actor

  • Sons of fun, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 17 April 1942
  • Sons of fun, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 9 March 1942

Victor Roberts - Writer

Barry Sandford - Musician

Bruce Skurray - Musician

George Sorlie - Actor and Singer, Performer

Marlene Starr - Dancer

Terry Taylor - Performer

  • Ice Parade, Princess Theatre (1886- ), Melbourne, VIC, 4 April 1953
  • Ice Parade, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 1 October 1952

Athol Thompson - Visual Artist

Tom Toby - Singer

Enzo Toppano - Musical Director

  • Ice Parade, Princess Theatre (1886- ), Melbourne, VIC, 4 April 1953
  • Ice Parade, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 1 October 1952

Wilbur Wheeler - Performer

  • Ice Parade, Princess Theatre (1886- ), Melbourne, VIC, 4 April 1953
  • Ice Parade, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 1 October 1952

Bob White - Performer

  • Ice Parade, Princess Theatre (1886- ), Melbourne, VIC, 4 April 1953
  • Ice Parade, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 1 October 1952

Peggy White - Performer, Choreographer

  • Ice Parade, Princess Theatre (1886- ), Melbourne, VIC, 4 April 1953
  • Ice Parade, Empire Theatre (1927-1960), Sydney, NSW, 1 October 1952

Inky Williams - Actor

Desiree - Fan Dancer

Paulino - Performer

Bubby Allen - Comedian

Jim Ashton - Actor

Joan Ashton - Actor and Singer

Neville Ashton - Actor

Morry Barling - Comedian

Bob Barre - Producer

John Beaton - Actor

The Great Bertini - Musician

Dorothy Boakes - Dancer

Pamela Bromley-Smith - Actor and Singer

Joyce Brooks - Dancer

Fred Brown - Circus Style Performer

Pierre Caileux - Composer

  • Americana, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 12 May 1947

Eric Cameron - Comedian

George Carden - Actor and Singer

Micky Carolyn - Performer

Terry Carr - Performer

William P. Carr - Producer

George Chanti - Dancer

Nelson Clifford - Comedian

Joy Clyde - Dancer

  • Paris Le Soir, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 16 July 1945

Morrie Collett - Performer

  • Americana, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 12 May 1947

Cliff Cook - Comedian

Lal Cosgrove - Performer

  • Americana, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 12 May 1947

Pierre Courrett - Compere

Stan Craig - Actor and Singer

Paul Dalton - Magician

June Dawne - Performer

Helen de Paul - Performer

Tuppy Downs - Choreographer

Dorothea Dunstan - Actor and Singer

Peter Dunstan - Actor and Singer

Molly Duval - Performer

Peter Edwards - Actor

  • Paris Le Soir, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 16 July 1945

Elimar - Circus Style Performer

Edna Emmett - Dancer

  • Paris Le Soir, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 16 July 1945

Dawn Emms - Actor and Singer

Nita Emms - Performer

Lulla Fanning - Actor and Singer

Margaret Fitzgibbon - Singer

  • Americana, His Majesty's Theatre, Brisbane, QLD, 27 June 1947

Andrew Flanagan - Magician

Frank Forde - Actor

John Fraser - Actor

Peter French - Actor and Singer

Nicki Gallucci - Singer

John Gilbert - Actor

Les Gilbert - Dancer

Alan Girdwood - Musician

Gordon Girdwood - Musician

Keith Glover - Performer

Fred Gulliford - Conductor

Jack Gunn - Musician

George Hall - Actor

Happy Hammond - Comedian

William A Hassan - Actor and Singer

June Holm - Singer

Doreen Hurd - Performer

Jack Hylton - Entrepreneur

Vassili Ilster - Accompanist

Brian James - Stage Manager

Ted James - Performer

  • Paris Le Soir, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 16 July 1945

Val Jellay - Actor and Singer

Cyril Jenkins - Composer

Keith Johns - Stage Manager

Tibby Kermond - Dancer

Betty Lambert - Soubrette

Eddie MacDonald - General Manager

Barbara Mackay - Costume Maker

  • Americana, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 12 May 1947

Babs MacKinnon - Actor and Singer

Marie Marion - Comedian

Grant McIntyre - Actor and Singer

Babs MCkinnon - Performer

Thelma McLeod - Ballet Master/Mistress

Betty Meddings - Choreographer

Lenore Miller - Performer

Lily Moore - Actor and Singer

Jack Mortimer - Comic Instrumentalist

Roy Muhle - Dancer

Magda Neeld - Actor and Singer

Frank Neil - Presenter

Fay Newton - Performer

Arundel Nixon - Actor

Buster Noble - Performer

Paddy Norman - Choreographer

Johnny O'Connor - Comedian

Barry Oakley - Singer

Ernest Oram - Conductor

Helen Orlova - Performer

Fay Osborne - Actor and Singer

Thelma Parkes - Performer

Elaine Pickering - Actor and Singer

Billie Ponds - Choreographer

Dot Rankin - Actor and Singer

Alec Regan - Producer

Walter Richards - Actor

Dalla Rivas - Actor

Les Ross - Actor

Jan Rubini - Violinist

Marlene Schramm - Performer

Ron Seccombe - Performer

Lorraine Sharp - Actor and Singer

Madame Sheringham - Costume Designer

  • Sons of fun, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 17 April 1942

Sirdani - Magician

C. Ray Smith - Puppeteer

Maisie Sparkes - Performer

Roy Sparkes - Musician

Tom Sutterby - Actor and Singer

Des Tanner - Pianist

George Tarrant - Performer

Jandy The Musical Clown - Clown

Joe Thomal - Actor

Al Thomas - Actor

  • Paris Le Soir, Tivoli Theatre (1932-1969), Sydney, NSW, 16 July 1945

Doris Tindal - Performer

  • Applesauce, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 20 October 1941

Moreen Trickey - Performer

Elaine Tyrer - Actor and Singer

Olga Varona - Circus Style Performer

George Stevenson Wallace - Comedian

Jimmy Wallace - Circus Style Performer

  • Applesauce, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 20 October 1941

Joy Waltho - Actor and Singer

Mary Ward - Actor and Singer

Bunny Westney - Dancer

Dave Wheeler - Impersonator

Doris Whimp - Performer

Peter White - Comedian

Alban Whitehead - Actor and Singer

Gloria Williams - Dancer

Thelma Williams - Actor and Singer

Patsy Williamson - Actor and Singer

Angus Winneke - Designer

Arthur Woodlock - Actor

  • Applesauce, Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne, VIC, 20 October 1941

Hal Wynn - Conductor

  • Americana, Majestic Theatre, Adelaide, SA, 19 April 1947

Kay Zammit - Singer

Organisation Identifier 9262