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S'Nice was a theatrical review conceived and produced by Edouard Espinosa (1871–1950 - also known as Edward Espinosa)[1].

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Created by dancer and choreographer Edouard Espinosa and consisting largely of so-called "star turns", the review was advertised as "Espinosa’s £1000 Revue", it was first produced at the Gaiety Theatre, Hastings, 29th March and Coronet Theatre, 5th April 1915, "with Eva Kelland (billed as "The Australian Girl", she was in fact Espinosa's wife). It went on to tour the colonies in 1917 and 1918.

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Performance history in South Africa

1917: Produced by the Edouard Espinosa company(?), which included Dan Thomas and Hilda Attenboro, at the Empire Theatre in Johannesburg.



The Athenaeum, Volume 1, No 4563, April 10, 1915: p.342[2]


New Zealand Herald, 16 October 1915

NZ Truth, 7 October 1916

Rand Daily Mail, 10 June 1919



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