Black Velvet (revue)

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Black Velvet was a revue at the London Hippodrome in 1938 which included Roma Beaumont, and Pat Kirkwood singing the celebrated song "My Heart Belongs to Daddy", and vocalist/impressionist Afrique.[1] The show made Pat Kirkwood into Britain's first wartime star and established her career.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jack Read (1985), Empires, Hippodromes & Palaces, p. 155, ISBN 978-0-946619-17-7