Ivy St. Helier
On the stage, St. Helier played Manon la Crevette in the original production of Noël Coward's operetta Bitter Sweet (1929), a role she reprised in the 1933 film version. She also starred in Coward's revue Words and Music. As a lyricist, she wrote additional songs for The Street Singer, and for The Blue Train, the London musical by Reginald Arkell, Dion Titheradge and Robert Stolz.
|1933||Bitter Sweet||Manon la Crevette|
|1938||The Singing Cop||Sonia Kassona|
|1948||London Belongs to Me||Connie Coke|
|1955||The Gold Express||Emma Merton|
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- Fraser-Simson, Harold; St. Helier, Ivy; Lonsdale, Frederick; Greenbank, Percy; (Firm), J. C. Williamson (16 January 2018). "The street singer : a musical play in three acts" – via Trove.
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