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While the Royal Albert Hall has hosted many Royals over the years between 1930 and 1938 it played host to a rather different event for the large population of London’s domestic servants.
Lady Malcolm’s Servants’ Balls were an amazing opportunity for servants from all over the capital to have a night of dancing and socialising at a reasonable cost. This would almost certainly be the only night of the year when they would be able to dress up and dance until midnight, meet other servants and to have the sort of evening that was normally the preserve of their masters and mistresses.
Image is a reproduction of the programme cover from 1937