Miss Jenny Taggart at the Pavilion Theatre, October 1914

Jenny Taggart performed at the city’s Pavilion Theatre, in October 1914. The variety show opened on Monday the

5th, and included Mr George French, “The Popular Anglo-Scottish Comedian”, along with Miss Madge Temple,

“Direct from her Successful World’s Tour”. There were two shows every night, at 6.50 and at 9 pm, and a matinee

on Thursday at 2.30. An advertisement on page six of The Glasgow Herald, on Monday the 5th, provides the names

of the other acts.


A review on page ten of the Herald, on Tuesday the 6th, includes:


“Miss Jenny Taggart, the celebrated Scotch vocalist, accompanies her own songs at the piano, and renders in

splendid voice ‘The March of the Cameron Men,’ ‘A Hundred Pipers,’ and several others of the old ballads – good

at any time, but particularly acceptable during this season of patriotic enthusiasm.”