ANNE ZIEGLER AND WEBSTER BOOTH

ANNE ZIEGLER AND WEBSTER BOOTH
ALL MATERIAL ON THIS SITE IS MY COPYRIGHT. DO NOT COPY IT FOR ANY PURPOSE WHATSOEVER WITHOUT OBTAINING MY PERMISSION! Webster Booth (tenor - 1902-1984) and Anne Ziegler (soprano - 1910-2003) were best known in Britain as duettists on the Variety circuit from 1940 to 1955. During that time they rose rapidly to fame and were frequently heard and seen on radio, records, television, film and stage. Besides this Variety Act, Webster Booth was one of the foremost tenors of his generation and continued to sing in numerous oratorios throughout his career on the Variety circuit. Join The Golden Age of Webster Booth-Anne Ziegler and Friends on Facebook.

Thursday, March 22, 2007

Photograph album 1


Powis Pinder's 'Sunshine' Concert Party, Shanklin, Isle of Wight, early thirties. Webster Booth is in the middle of the back row directly behind Arthur Askey. Posted by Hello


Webster in the 1930s Posted by Hello


Webster Booth as a young man Posted by Hello


Anne in the 1930s Posted by Hello


Webster Booth in Coleridge Taylor's 'Hiawatha' Posted by Hello







Anne and Webster broadcasting to the troops in the early hours of the morning during the Second World War Posted by Hello


Anne and Webster in the 1940s Posted by Hello



Rehearsing for the Royal Command Performance. November 5th 1945 Posted by Hello


Anne and Webster in 'The Laughing Lady' (1946) Posted by Hello






Anne Ziegler and Webster Booth on tour to South Africa, Australia and New Zealand. Posted by Hello


Anne as Bessie Throckmorton in 'Merrie England', Johannesburg and East London 1957 Posted by Hello


Webster as Sir Walter Raleigh in 'Merrie England', Johannesburg and East London, 1957. Posted by Hello



Webster with Joan Blake and Ronald Wallace in 'The Amorous Prawn' (1961). Posted by Hello


Webster as Colonel Fairfax in the Johannesburg Operatic Society's production of 'The Yeomen of the Guard' (1963) Posted by Hello







My friend, Ruth Ormond, 1963 Posted by Hello


Anne and Webster in early 1980s Posted by Hello