Bankside Little Theatre, Ealing, London

Actress Eileen D'Arcy applies her stage make-up backstage during a production of 'The Comic Artist' staged at the Bankside Little Theatre in Ealing, London, England, 1948. Built from a converted garage, the theatre's stage measures only eight foot six inches deep and can only accommodate four performers at any one time. (Photo by Doreen Spooner/Keystone Features/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
Actress Eileen D'Arcy applies her stage make-up backstage during a production of 'The Comic Artist' staged at the Bankside Little Theatre in Ealing, London, England, 1948. Built from a converted garage, the theatre's stage measures only eight foot six inches deep and can only accommodate four performers at any one time. (Photo by Doreen Spooner/Keystone Features/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
Bankside Little Theatre, Ealing, London
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Credit:
Doreen Spooner / Stringer
Editorial #:
2088596086
Collection:
Hulton Archive
Date created:
01 January, 1948
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Hulton Archive
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