Anne Garde at Les Galleries Lafayette in Paris,
where the century-old, high end department store
Galeries Lafayette creates India
through an eclectic array of products services, exhibition and entertainment.
Posted by Queen H a r i s h at 1:43 PM
They are actively considering a proposal to start a ‘common hall’ where their admirers will be allowed on tickets and the dancers will present their programme.
The idea was put to them when a deputation of the ‘artists’ consisting of office-bearers of the Sangeet Kalakar Union met the local officers today.
The were told that the police would enforce the law as long as there was a suspicion that men going to the houses of the ‘artists’ were provided entertainment other than singing and dancing.
The Pioneer, 3 January 1959