Tag Archives: Jennie Brenan

Laurel Martyn, once a dancer, always a dancer

As a child in the 1920s, Laurel Martyn saw Anna Pavlova dance in Brisbane. Of course she found Pavlova’s performances

Navy Night, Sydney, October 1913: Genée dances the hornpipe

For anyone who lives in Sydney, there’s no doubt that the fleet’s in town with round the clock news of

Anton Dolin: “Dance this for me, ladies and gentleman”

It’s not so much Anton Dolin in his dapper white trousers and pumps that intrigues, as the faces of the