She directed the revue, "Left Theatre Revue," at the Collins' Music Hall in London, England with Donald Bissett, John Rae, Prudence Blaikie, Alfred Atkins, Peter Moseley, Eve Lynett, Kenneth Evans, Barbara Nixon, and Duncan Guthrie in the cast. Barbara Nixon was also director. Benjamin Britten was composer.
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Stocky, heavy-eyebrowed character actress who began on stage as a chorus girl in the 1890s. Had an interlude as an opera singer, before settling down to playing querulous or fluttery domestics, landladies and mothers in British films.