The showing of Henry V in October 1945 at the Odeon, Middlesbrough, was heralded by the |appearance on stage of usherettes
, including Kitty Yates (nee Heath), right
would go to the Baker's Row club at the back of David Morgan and Top Rank in Queen Street.
Joan Latham's love of cinema clearly rubbed off on Maureen because she worked as an usherette
at the Globe Theatre, in the days when Stockton had seven cinemas - the Empire, ABC Theatre, Globe, Odeon, The Cinema, Hippodrome and Plaza.
Gene Kelly, Frank Sinatra, Gregory Peck and Cary Grant are just a few of the precious photographs Margaret has from her time as an usherette
The cast is led by EastEnders' Jack Ryder who lands a job only to discover that cinema usherette
Suki (Jodi Albert), who looks like his favourite comic book heroine, is set to leave.
Hannah has worked as a seamstress and cinema usherette
to save money towards her business since leaving university last year.
The pensioner was a starry-eyed 20-year-old usherette
at the Coventry theatre when the comedy duo took to the stage.
Trevor met Mary Bridges, who was an usherette
at the County Cinema in Rumney.
It was dark and I started to crawl on all fours back up the steps when the usherette
shone her torch on me and said in a loud voice, `Have you fallen?
AND so it came to pass - on the day an authentic battle of wills was being contested elsewhere - that the giant usherette
was voted out by perceptive viewers.
One of my friends from school worked at the theatre as an usherette
and told me they were looking for staff.
She started as an usherette
but became one of the few female projectionists in the country and she loved her job though she worked very long hours.