Lithograph poster promoting "Zambra 1948", a show starring the mythical couple Lola Flores and Manolo Caracol. The couple became famous in 1942; in 1943, their manager Adolfo Arezana assembled the show "Zambra", that they brought on stage during several years.
In February 1904, a company formed by the English businessman Thomas Barrasford, the Alhambra Limited, takes possession of the premises, betting on the new vogue of the music hall from America. The Alhambra immediately becomes the fashionable place, ahead of its illustrious elders: the Alcazar, the Eldorado or the Scala
Lithograph poster depicting Arman D'Ary, a French singer who used to perform at the Folies Bergère. She must have been quite famous at the time: in 1894, she made a successful American debut at the Koster and Bial's music hall (New York). Printed by Lith. F. Appel.
Charming lithograph poster from the late 19th century, promoting the show of a café-chantant performer. Printed by Imp. Delanchy & Cie.