We like people just the way they are when it comes to entertainment. The faces are unchanged and so are their bodies, there is rarely Ken or Barbie we loved the Roly Poly’s dancers on the Les Dawson Show they were so much fun and because they danced a lot they began to lose weight so that became a problem. Being eccentric is just a part of life in Britain. Even New’s Casters on TV have their own character. Once they all spoke in a real posh voice that soon changed and all the accents from around Britain began to be heard.
People are allowed to be themselves the culture is so different to the USA I really missed the difference like the Good Old Days Show Les Dawson – The Good Old Days (1983) here are a few fun comedians Larry Grayson in The Good old Days 1976.
The Good Old Days is a BBC television light entertainment program produced by Barney Colehan which ran from 1953 to 1983.It was performed at the Leeds City Varieties and recreated an authentic atmosphere of the Victorian–Edwardian music hall with songs and sketches of the era performed by present-day performers in the style of the original artistes. Hilda Baker in “The Good Old Days”18/3/1976 Good Old Days Show Hinge & Bracket on “The Good Old Days” (First Appearance)
The audience dressed in period costume and joined in the singing, especially “Down at the Old Bull and Bush” which closed the show. The show was compered by Leonard Sachs, who introduced the acts with great hyperbolic aplomb from a desk situated at the side of the stage. In the course of its run it featured about 2,000 performers.
Eartha Kitt The Good Old Days 16th April 1972 Each show was up to an hour long. All acts were in the style of late Victorian/Edwardian stage acts.
The Wurzels are a Scrumpy and Western band from North Somerset, England, best known for their number one hit The Combine Harvester and number three hit I Am A Cider Drinker in 1976.
The Chase – Uncontrollable Laughter Bradley Walsh laughs so how about you try not to laugh? Remember him in Coronation Street and Law and Order UK.
Tonight at the London Palladium is a British television variety show that is hosted from the London Palladium theatre in London’s West End. Originally produced by ATV for the ITV network from 1955 to 1969, it went by its original name Sunday Night at the London Palladium from 25 September 1955 to 1965 until the name was changed to The London Palladium Show from 1966 to 2 February 1969.
It underwent three revivals, first from 28 October 1973 to 28 October 1974 where it retained its Sunday Night at the London Palladium title, second in 2000 under the title Tonight at the London Palladium, and third from 2014 until 2015 under the title Sunday Night at the Palladium, dropping London.
From 2016, the show is called Tonight at the London Palladium and is presented by Bradley Walsh.