Sandy Powell MBE
(1900-1982)

Died aged c. 82

Born Albert Arthur Powell in Rotherham, South Yorkshire, England in 1900, he attended White's school in Masbrough where he helped his mother (stage name of Lily le Maine) to put on a marionette show. At age nine, she put him in a velvet suit with a lace collar and he went on stage and sang. After he left school he became a music hall entertainer, often wearing a kilt in the guise of a Scottish comedian. During this part of his career he was associated with the singer Gracie Fields, and released several records where he collaborated with her.

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Commemorated on 2 plaques

Sandy Powell 1900 - 1982 "Can You Hear Me, Mother" Comedian Lived here 1958 - 1982

11 Elms Avenue, Eastbourne, United Kingdom where they was (1958-1982)

Centenary Of Cinema 1996 #183

Mancunian Film Studio stood nearby from 1947 to 1954 starring Frank Randle, Norman Evans, Jimmy Jewel and Sandy Powell [full inscription unknown]

Dickerson Road, Rusholme, Manchester, United Kingdom where they performed