Charles Gulliver

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Charles Gulliver was a British music-hall producer and impresario who was also the secretary and a founder of the Variety Artists Federation in 1906. By 1912 he was in charge of the London Palladium and was associated with the Variety Theatres Controlling Company Ltd created by Alfred Butt. In the 1920s he became managing director of the Moss Empires group of theatres, originated in Scotland by Edward Moss.

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