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					POSTERS
178R1- Fairs
178R2- Fairs Modern
178R3- Circus
178R4- Circus (Modern)
178R5-Steam Fairs
178R6-Billy Bellhouse
178R7-Smart Family Collection
178R8-Rail excursions/Tourism
178R9-Marshall family Collection [change to Portable theatres and add Holloway
and new Hodson collection plus others]
178R10-Hippodrome Theatre and box office cards
178R11- Charles Taylor Collection
178R12-Argyle Theatre Collection (see separate listing)
178R13-Harry Lee Collection
178R14-Variety and Music Hall
178R15-Pleasure Gardens
178R16-Waxworks
178R17-Early Film and cinema
178R18-Travelling entertainments (e.g. Wall of Death move to Fairs, flea circus?
Magic, Professor Teel) [move Holloway to Portable theatres]
178R19-Optical shows
178R20-Panoramas
178R21-Menageries/performing animals
178R22-Oddities and Curios (e.g. Chang at the Royal Aquarium)
178R23-Fixed entertainment venues (e.g. Reynolds, Aquarium and Royal
Agricultural Hall)
178R24-Wild West (e.g. Shufflebottom, Cody)
178R25-Boxing
178R26-New Variety and Theatre
178R27-Cyril Critchlow Collection-see also separate finding aid
178R30-Other
178R31-Testo Family
178R32-Pantomime




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Fair Posters 178R1

Fairground Posters A3 (in blue archive box)
178R1.1


Fairground Posters in smaller cardboard box

178R1.50    The Great Monmouth Fair
            Freehold Raceway. New Jersey, USA June 28th-July4th,
            c1950s/60s
            Clown picture in neon paints by CE Hirst
            355mm x 560mm
            NFA Collection

178R1.51    Turner Bros. Shows Presents Effingham County Fair
            Altamont, Illinois Starting Mon 5th Aug
            Colour illustration of boy and girl and rides printed on card.
            Printed: Globe, Oyster Corp., St Louis
            Illus. 355mm x 560mm
            NFA Collection

Fairground Posters in Larger cardboard box

178R1.100   Bill Lynch Shows Ltd
            Lithograph of Girl and Boy Fair scene USA c1930s
            Canadian Showman (1903-1972)
            Printed: Globe Poster Corp
            530mm x 710mm
            NFA Collection

178R1.101   Don Targett and Sons Carnival and Fun Fair
            Poster left blank for overprinting c1930s
            Printed: Willson’s of Leicester
            505mm x 755mm
            NFA Collection

178R1.102   Don Targett and Sons Carnival and Fun Fair In TOTB
            Poster left blank for overprinting c1930s
            Printed: Willson’s of Leicester
            Duplicate of 178R101
            505mm x 755mm
            NFA Collection

178R1.103   T. Smith & Sons Fun Fair
            Poster left blank for overprinting poss. 1930s



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            Fair scene with moonrocket and dodgems
            Printed: Willson’s of Leicester
            Red, blue and yellow505mm x 760mm
            Donated by Graham Downie

178R1.104   Bill Siebrand Shows
            USA Poster dated 3-14-79
            Lithographic reproduction of earlier poster?
            Printed: Colorcraft poster Co., Okla. City
            460mm x 560mm
            NFA Collection

178R1.105   ‘Fairground’ by Barbara Jones (1912 – 1978)
            Poster of Fairground scene 1945
            Colour lithographic print. 760mm x 495mm
            Signed and dated in plate. Letterpress: title and artist. SP2
            Donated by Jim Norman
            Born in Croydon in 1901. Studied at the Royal College of Art.
            Writer and illustrator of books on design history, painter,
            printmaker, muralist and exhibition designer. During the war she
            was associated with Recording Britain and later the Festival of
            Britain (1951). See also University of Warwick site.
            NFA Collection

178R1.106   Bill Lynch Shows Ltd IN TOTB
            Lithograph of Family Fair scene USA c1930s
            Canadian Showman (1903-1972)
            Printed: Globe Poster Corp
            530mm x 710mm
            NFA Collection

178R1.107   Charles Heal & Sons Carnival and Fun Fair 1,000 smiles an hour
            Poster left blank for overprinting c1930s
            Printed: Willson’s of Leicester
            See also 178R1.101 and 178R1.102
            505mm x 755mm
            NFA Collection

178R1.108   Slater’s Carnival Amusements
            Poster left blank for overprinting, 1930s
            ‘Don’t forget to see & Hear Slater’s Latest 1930 recording Orchestra
            reproducing all the latest talking film hits of the year
            Illustration of the flying Chair-o-planes
            Printed: Willsons. Printers, Leicester
            red and blue. illlus. 510mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection




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178R1.109      Tallow Carnival in aid of Tallow Pipers’ Band IN CONSERVATION
               BOX
               Wed 25th Jan-Sun 29th Jan year not given. poss late 19 or early 20th
               century
               Macdonald’s Amusements
               “The Indians are Coming”
               Printed by: (unreadable), Youghal
               Black on green. 510mm x 760mm
               NFA Collection


Large Fairground Posters on Flatbed

178R1.200i)    Colour Lithographic Print of fair scene featuring dodgems and
               Sideshows
               C1940s
               Printed: Willsons Show Printers, Leicester
               1015mm x 755mm
               NFA Collection

178R1.200ii)   Colour Lithographic Print of fair scene featuring dodgems and
               Sideshows
               C1940s
               Printed: Willsons Show Printers, Leicester
               1015mm x 755mm
               NFA Collection

178R1.201      Colour print titled .Amusements of America
               Follie girl and overhead view of fair rides c1930s/40s
               1035mm x 710mm
               NFA Collection

178R1.202      Super Dodgems
               Colour Lithographic Print scene featuring dodgems c1930s
               Linen backed
               1010mm x 785mm
               NFA Collection

178R1.203      Colour Lithographic Print of fair scene featuring swing chairs,
               Gallopers, cake walk, Pierrots and dragon ride
               c1930s
               Printed: Willsons Show Printers, Leicester
               1015mm x 760mm
               NFA Collection

178R1.204      Hart & Goodwin presenting Kiddies’ Own Fun Fair including



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            Miniature railway
            Colour print with Aeroplane ride, Haunted House and train c1940s
            Left blank for overprinting
            Printed: Benson Bros, London and Hitchin
            745mm x 995mm
            NFA Collection

178R1.205   Colour poster of boy and girl on Carousel IN CONSERVATION
            Left blank for overprinting, USA c1940s/50s
            Printed: E.J. Warner Poster Co. New York City
            Colour illus. 710mm x 1030mm
            NFA Collection

178R1.206   Poster of girl pointing at funfair
            Left blank for overprinting. USA c1940s
            Colour illus. 1040mm x 710mm
            NFA Collection

178R1.207   Carnival and Fun Fair
            Left Blank for overprinting. UK c1930s
            Featuring Large clown face, Moon Rocket, dodgems and Wall of
            Death
            Printed: Willsons Show Printers, Leicester
            Colour illus. 770mm x 1000mm
            NFA Collection

178R1.208   Colour stipple print titled of fair
            Follie girl and overhead view of fair rides c1930s/40s
            See also 178R1.201
            1045mm x 725mm
            NFA Collection

178R1.209   Bill Lynch Shows Ltd
            Lithograph of Family Fair scene USA c1930s
            Canadian Showman (1903-1972)
            Printed: Globe Poster Corp
            See also 178R1.106
            710mm x 1035mm
            NFA Collection




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Fair Posters (modern) 178R2

Fairground Posters A3 (in blue archive box)

178R2.1     Nottingham Goose Fair
            5th-7th Oct, 1995
            297mm x 420mm
            Donated by Nottingham City Council

178R2. 2    Ilkeston Charter Fair
            The History c1990s/2000s
            2 items
            295mm x 420mm
            NFA Collection

178R2. 3    Ebernoe Horn Fair
            West Sussex, 25th Jul, 1996
            295mm x 420mm
            Donated by Graham Downie

178R2.4     J Rowland & Sons Super Fair
            Seven Brethren Banks c1990s
            Red and yellow illus. 254mmm x 380mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.5     Barnstable Fair
            Severn Brethren Bank, Wed 19th-Sat 22nd Sep c1990s
            Printed: Baileys, Printers
            Black on neon yellow 295mm x 420mm
            NFA Collection

178R2. 6    Barnstable Fair
            Severn Brethren Bank, Wed 19th-Sat 22nd Sep c1990s
            Printed: Baileys, Printers
            Duplicate of 178R2.5
            Black on neon yellow 295mm x 420mm
            NFA Collection

178R2. 7    Nottingham Goose Fair
            3rd-6th Oct, 2001
            Colour photo. 296mm x 420mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.8     Nottingham Goose Fair
            3rd-6th Oct, 2001
            Duplicate of 178R2.7
            Colour photo. 296mm x 420mm


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           NFA Collection

178R2.9    Nottingham Goose Fair
           3rd-6th Oct, 2001
           Duplicate of 178R2.7
           Colour photo. 296mm x 420mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.10   Galaxy 105 presents Scream
           Sheffield 1st-9th March, 2002
           Colour photo. 298mm x 420mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.11   Nottingham Goose Fair
           2nd-5th Oct, 2002
           Colour photo. 296mm x 420mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.12   Nottingham Goose Fair
           2nd-5th Oct, 2002
           Duplicate of 178R2.11
           Colour photo. 296mm x 420mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.13   Nottingham Goose Fair
           2nd-5th Oct, 2002
           Duplicate of 178R2.11
           Colour photo. 296mm x 420mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.14   Nottingham Goose Fair
           1st-4th Oct, 2003
           Colour photo. 296mm x 420mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.15   Notification of Parking Suspension
           St Giles Fair 31st Aug-5th Sep, 2001
           Photocopy 295mm x 415mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.16   Notification to Schools/ Nurseries/Playgroups
           Nottingham Goose Fair, 1997
           Advice on party pre-booking
           Photocopy 295mm x 415mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.17   Notification Ground Space Conditions


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           Loughborough Fair, November, 1999
           Photocopy 295mm x 415mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.18   Notification Street closure
           Loughborough Fair, November, 1999
           Photocopy 295mm x 415mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.19   Notification to residents for road closures
           Pinner Fair, May, 2003
           Photocopy 2 pages, 295mm x 415mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.20   Notification of Street Closure
           Pinner Fair, May, 2000
           Photocopy 295mm x 415mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.21   Notification of Bus Diversions
           Loughborough Fair, November, 2001
           Photocopy 295mm x 415mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.22   Notification of Station Shuttle Buses
           Hull fair, 11th-19th Oct, 2002
           Also notification of temporary Suspension of Service 303 Park
           and Ride due to Nottingham Goose Fair, c2004
           Colour Photocopy 295mm x 415mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.23   Bailey’s Printers
           Advert for Fun Fair poster printers
           Colour420mm x 298mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.24   Pleasurelands; 200 Years of Fun at the Fair
           Clocktower, Corydon. Sat 24th April-Sun 5th Sep
           Colour Illus. 296mm x 420mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.25   Pleasurelands; 200 Years of Fun at the Fair
           Clocktower, Corydon. Sat 24th April-Sun 5th Sep
           Duplicate of 178R2.24
           Colour Illus. 296mm x 420mm
           NFA Collection




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178R2.26   Pleasurelands; 200 Years of Fun at the Fair
           Clocktower, Corydon. Sat 24th April-Sun 5th Sep
           Duplicate of 178R2.24
           Colour Illus. 296mm x 420mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.27   Slaters Family Fun Fair
           Seahouses. Wed 31st Jul-Sat 24th Aug c2002
           Black type and small illustration.
           295mm x 417mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.28   Schueberfouer Fair-see also handbills
           Luxembourg. 22nd Aug-8th Sep, 2003
           Colour illus. by Xavier Dupont
           296mm x 420mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.29   Schueberfouer Fair
           Luxembourg. 22nd Aug-8th Sep, 2003
           Duplicate if 178R2.30
           Colour illus. by Xavier Dupont
           296mm x 420mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.30   Nottingham Goose Fair
           Nottingham, 2004
           Poster for competition to win a years goose adoption by using
           the NCT bus or tram.
           Illustration and photograph 295mm x 420
           NFA Collection

178R2.31   Nottingham Goose Fair
           2nd-4th October, 1997
           295mm x 418mm
           Donated by Tommy Green

178R2.32   Ilkeston Charter fair
           15th-18th October, 2003
           751st fair.
           Colour photo. 295mm x 413mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.33   Grand Pavilion Celebration
           Matlock Bath, Sat 14th aug, 2010-10-07 100 years of entertainment
           opened by Simon Groom
           Rick’s remarkable racing hens


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           The 30 Strong BMW Brass Band
           Andy Carr’s Magical Musical Extravaganza and others
           Designed by Mark Crowfoot ideasformation.co.uk
           Red and Black Print 210mm x 295mm
           NFA Collection

Fairground posters in small cardboard box

178R2.50   Hinckley Tin Hat Fair
           Regent Street, London, 19th-21st Nov. c2000
           Colour illustration of mascot and fair
           340mm x 485mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.51   Hinckley Tin Hat Fair
           Regent Street, London, 19th-21st Nov. c2000
           Colour illustration of mascot and fair
           Duplicate of 178R2.50
           340mm x 485mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.52   Leyland Fun Fair
           West Paddock c1980s
           Neon yellow paper
           Printed: Bailey & Sons Ltd
           380mm 502mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.53   Leyland Fun Fair
           14th-18th May West Paddock c1980s
           Neon yellow paper
           Duplicate of 178R2.53
           Printed: Bailey & Sons Ltd
           380mm 502mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.54   Denton Fun Fair
           Weds. 8th to Mon 13th Aug c1980s
           Printed: Baileys Printers
           Neon yellow paper 375mm 505mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.55   Denton Fun Fair
           Weds. 6th-11th Aug c1980s
           Printed: Baileys Printers
           Neon yellow paper 380mm 505mm
           NFA Collection


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178R2.56   Nelson Fun Fair
           Thurs 18th to Mon 22nd July c1980s
           Printed: Baileys Printers
           Neon yellow paper 375mm 507mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.57   Cambridge Midsummer Fair and Market
           21st-26th June 2000
           Colour photo 420mm x 590mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.58   All the Fun of The Fair. Goose Fair Exhibition
           Nottingham. Sat 4th Oct. c2003
           Colour photos. 375mm x 507mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.59   All the Fun of The Fair. Goose Fair Exhibition
           Nottingham. Sat 4th Oct. c2003
           Duplicate of 178R2.58
           Colour photos. 375mm x 507mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.60   All the Fun of The Fair. Goose Fair Exhibition
           Nottingham. Sat 4th Oct. c2003
           Duplicate of 178R2.58
           Colour photos. 375mm x 507mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.61   Bob Wilson Fun Fair
           Ealing Common Thurs 22nd Aug-Tues 27th Aug c2002
           Colour Illus. 380mm x 560mm
           Donated by Desmond Fitzgerald

178R2.62   Bob Wilson Fun Fair
           Southall Park Fri 21st June-Sun 30th June c2002
           Colour Illus. 380mm x 560mm
           Donated by Desmond Fitzgerald

178R2.63   Sheffield Kite Festival and Giant Funfair
           Graves Park, Sheffield. Sat 31st Jul- Sun 1st Aug 2004
           Colour photo. 420mm x 594mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.64   The Sheffield Hot Air Balloon Festival
           Graves Park, Sheffield. Sat 5th Jul- Sun 6th Jul 2003
           Colour photo. 420mm x 590mm


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           NFA Collection

178R2.65   The Sheffield Hot Air Balloon Festival
           Graves Park, Sheffield. Sat 5th Jul- Sun 6th Jul 2003
           Duplicate of 178R2.64
           Colour photo. 420mm x 590mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.66   Hull Fair
           Walton Street 10th-18th Oct, 1997
           Colour photo 420mm x 593mm
           Donated by Kingston Upon Hull Leisure Services

178R2.67   Hull Family Spectacular
           East Park Holderness Road. Sat 10th –Sun 11th May c1990s
           Colour illus. 380mm x 505mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.68   Pleasurelands. 200 Years of Fun at the Fair
           Croydon Clocktower. Sat 24th April-Sun 5th Sep 2004
           Colour illus. 420mm x 595mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.69   W. Crow Amusements Present Fun Fair
           Redcar Racecourse. Wed 3rd-Sat 6th Sep c2000s
           Printed: Baileys Printers
           Colour photos 380mm x 510mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.70   W. Crow Amusements Present a Giant Fun Fair
           The Park Ardwick-le-Street Thurs 17th –Mon 21st July c2000s
           Printed: Baileys Printers
           Colour photos 380mm x 510mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.71   Visit Robinson’s New Look Spectacular Fun Fair
           Grimsby. Thurs 20th-Sun 23rd Mar. c2000s
           Printed: Baileys Printers
           Colour photos 380mm x 510mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.72   Visit Tuby’s Spectacular New Look Family Fun Fair
           Barnsley F.C. Car Park. Fri 14th- Mon 17th Mar. c2000s
           Printed: Baileys Printers
           Colour photos 380mm x 510mm
           NFA Collection




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178R2.73

178R2.74   Guinness Puck Fair
           Killorglin, County Kerry, Ireland, 2001
           Colour photo. 418mm x 590mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.75   Aylesham Events Committee in Association with Smith Fun
           Fair Presents Fun Fair & Christmas Carnival
           Aylesham Fri 6th-Sun 8th Dec. c1990s
           Printed: Baileys Printers
           Red and green. Illus. 382mm x 510mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.76   Forrest Amusements present carnival Fun Fair
           Canterbury. Fri 13th- Sun 15th June c1990s
           Printed: Baileys Printers
           Yellow neon Paper. Illus. 378mm x 510mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.77   Forrest Amusements present carnival Fun Fair
           Canterbury. Fri 13th- Sun 15th June c1990s
           Printed: Baileys Printers
           Duplicate of 178R2.76
           Yellow neon Paper. Illus. 378mm x 510mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.78   Robinson’s Fun Fairs Present Fun Fair
           Beechwood Park Thurs 8th-Sun 8th June c1990s
           Printed: Baileys Printers
           Pink neon paper. Illus. 378mm x 506mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.79   John Manning & Sons present a Easter Bank Holiday family Fun
           Fair
           Alexandra Palace, London, Thurs 28th Mar-Sun 7th April c1990s
           Red, yellow and blue illus. 340mm x 510mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.80   Silcock’s Family Fun Fair
           Long Causeway, Farnworth. Thurs 11th- Sat 27th Sep c1990s
           Orange neon paper. Illus. 379mm x 507mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.81   Forrest amusements Present family Fun Fair
           Sidcup Place. Thurs 28th-30th August c1990s
           Printed: Baileys Printers


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           Neon yellow paper. 379mm x 510mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.82   Burnley Wakes Fun Fair
           Fulledge, Lancashire. Wed 11th- Mon 16th July c1990s
           Printed: Baileys Printers
           Neon yellow paper. Illus. 376mm x 505mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.83   Burnley Wakes Fun Fair
           Fulledge, Lancashire. Wed 11th- Mon 16th July c1990s
           Printed: Baileys Printers
           Duplicate of 178R2.82
           Neon yellow paper. Illus. 376mm x 505mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.84   Burnley Wakes Fun Fair
           Fulledge, Lancashire. Wed 11th- Mon 16th July c1990s
           Printed: Baileys Printers
           Duplicate of 178R2.82
           Neon yellow paper. Illus. 376mm x 505mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.85   Finchley Carnival and Fun fair
           Victoria Park, Wed 12th-Sat 15th Jul, 2000
           Printed: Baileys Printers
           Neon orange paper. 378mm x 506mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.86   Spondon Fun Fair
           Cox’s Modern Amusements. Thurs 16th-Mon 20th Aug, 1994
           Printed: Baileys Printers
           Neon orange paper. Illus. 377mm x 509mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.87   James Mellors Ltd. Presents Ilkeston Spring fair
           Pimlico Car Park Town Centre Thurs 16th-Sat 18th May c1990s
           Printed: Bailey & Sons Ltd.
           Neon orange paper. Illus. 380mm x 510mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.88   Somercoates Wakes
           Cox’s (Modern Amusements). 1984
           Printed: Bailey & Sons Ltd.
           Neon orange paper. Illus. 500mm x 380mm
           Donated by Ian Trowell




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178R2.89   James Mellors Ltd Fun Fair
           Meakton Park, Derby. Thurs 2nd Aug-Sat 12th Aug, 1984
           Printed: Bailey & Sons Ltd.
           Neon orange paper. Illus. 500mm x 380mm
           Donated by Ian Trowell

178R2.90   Fun Fair
           Alfreton Town Centre, Thurs 30th April-Mon 4th May c1980s
           Printed: Bailey & Sons Ltd.
           Neon orange paper. Illus. 375mm x 507mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.91   Belper Spring Fair
           Proctor’s (Nottm.) Wed 15th-Sat 18th May c1990s
           Printed: Bailey & Sons Ltd.
           Colour illus. illus. 350mm x 476mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.92   Leeds Valentines Fair
           Fri 13th – Sun 22nd Feb c1990s
           Printed: Bailey & Sons Ltd.
           Colour poster. illus 342mm x 475mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.93   Leeds Valentines Fair
           Fri 13th – Sun 22nd Feb c1990s
           Printed: Bailey & Sons Ltd.
           Duplicate of 178R2.95
           Colour poster. Illus 342mm x 475mm
           NFA Collection

178R2.94   Leeds Valentines Fair
           Leeds City centre Fri 13th – Sun 22nd Feb c1990s
           Printed: Bailey & Sons Ltd.
           Duplicate of 178R2.95
           Colour poster. 330mm x 475mm
           Donated by Ian Trowell

178R2.95   Leeds Valentines Fair
           Leeds City centre Fri 13th – Sun 22nd Feb c1990s
           Printed: Bailey & Sons Ltd.
           Duplicate of 178R2.95
           Colour poster. 330mm x 475mm
           Donated by Ian Trowell

178R2.96   Leeds Valentines Fair
           Leeds City centre Fri 13th – Sun 22nd Feb c1990s


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            Printed: Bailey & Sons Ltd.
            Duplicate of 178R2.95
            Colour poster. 330mm x 475mm
            Donated by Ian Trowell

178R2.97    McFadden Brothers present
            Poster left blank for overprinting c1990s
            Printed: Bailey & Sons Ltd.
            Colour poster. Illus 335mm x 480mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.98    J. Hudson & Son Present Fun Fair
            Poster left blank for overprinting c1990s
            Printed: Bailey & Sons Ltd.
            Colour poster. Illus 305mm x 430mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.99    Funfest Carnival Fun Fair
            Clondalkin Cross. Fri 13th- Sun 29th Jun c1990s
            Printed: Bailey’s Printers
            Colour poster. Illus 335mm x 492mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.100   Funfest Carnival Fun Fair
            Clondalkin Cross. Fri 13th- Sun 29th Jun c1990s
            Printed: Bailey’s Printers
            Duplicate of 178R2.101
            Colour poster. Illus 335mm x 492mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.101   Proctors (Nottm.) Fun Fair
            Caly Cross. Thurs 19th-Sat 21st June c2000s
            Printed: Bailey’s Printers
            Colour photos. 380mm x 507mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.102   R.E. Eddy & Sons
            Pontefract. Thurs 27th Mar- Mon 7th April c2000s
            Printed: Bailey’s Printers
            Colour photos. 380mm x 507mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.103   Blackpool comes to Sheffield
            Sheffield Arena Car Parks. Thurs 5th-Mon 9th July
            420mm x 505mm
            Donated by Vanessa Toulmin
            NFA Collection


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178R2.104   Blackpool comes to Sheffield
            Sheffield Arena Car Parks. Thurs 5th-Mon 9th July
            Duplicate of 178R2.104
            420mm x 505mm
            Donated by Vanessa Toulmin
            NFA Collection

178R2.105   R. Tuby & S. Robinson of International Fun Fairs present
            Leeds Valentine’s Fun Fair
            Leeds Utd. Mon 21st-Tues 29th Feb c2000s
            Colour Photos. 380mm x 510mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.106   St Helen’s Show
            Sherdley Park. 24th-26th July, 1992
            Colour photo. 415mm x 590mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.107   Coast to Coast Fun Fair
            Poster left blank for overprinting. C2000s
            Colour illus. 300mm x 425mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.108   Newcastle Town Moor
            Advert For CD of Radio 2 programme ‘The Hoppings’ 2006
            Printed; Bailey & Sons Ltd.
            Neon yellow. Photo. 320mm x 450mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.109   Newcastle Town Moor
            Advert For CD of Radio 2 programme ‘The Hoppings’ 2006
            Printed; Bailey & Sons Ltd.
            Duplicate of 178R2.108
            Neon yellow. Photo. 320mm x 450mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.110   Newcastle Town Moor
            Advert For CD of Radio 2 programme ‘The Hoppings’ 2006
            Printed: Bailey & Sons Ltd.
            Duplicate of 178R2.108
            Neon yellow. Photo. 320mm x 450mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.111   Cambridge Midsummer Fun Fair
            Mid-Summer Common Wed 24th-Mon 29th June, 1998
            Colour image of girl and boy and fairground.


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            Printed: Bailey & Sons Ltd., Somercotes, Derbyshire.
            Colour illus. 330mm x 475mm
            Donated by Desmond Fitzgerald

178R2.112   Family Funfair: Hastings Old Town Carnival-Davis’s
            Thurs 2nd-Sun 12th Aug 2001
            Printed: Bailey & Sons Ltd.
            Free tickets from bottom torn off
            Neon yellow. Illus. 380mm x 435mm
            Donated by Desmond Fitzgerald

178R2.113   Mitcham Common Easter Fun Fair. Monty Hammond & Sons in
            association with Mitcham Common conservators
            Thursday 17th-Sunday 27th April 2003
            Printed: Baileys Printers
            Red and blue type. 380mm x 510mm
            Donated by Desmond FitzGerald

178R2.114   East Barnet Festival. Monty Hammond & Sons.
            Oak Hill Park, Thurs 27th-Sun 30th June, c2002
            Printed: Baileys Printers
            Red and blue type. 380mm x 510mm
            Donated by Desmond Fitzgerald

178R2.115   Celebrate Park 66. Gore & de Koning Street Festivals and Fun
            Fair
            Junction 3 off the M66, Bury. Thurs 19th Nov- Sun 6th Dec. c1998
            Colour with photos. 420mm x 590mm
            Donated by Desmond FitzGerald

178R2.116   Corydon Asian Mela
            Norbury Park. Sun, 19th July, 1998
            Colour photocopy of poster. 405mm x 585mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.117   Collage poster of Croydon Mela
            Pictures and newspaper cuttings
            Colour with photos. 590mm x 420mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.118   Mannings Amusements. The New Generation- Family Fun Fair
            Highbury Fields, Islington, Thurs 38th Aug- Mon. 1st September
            c2000s
            Printed: Baileys Printers
            Colour illus. 420mm x 595mm
            NFA Collection




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178R2.119   East Barnett Festival and Fun Fair
            Oak Hill Park, Barnet 27th-30th June c2002
            Monty Hammond Fair
            Red and blue. 380mm x 507mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.120   Stevens Fun Fair
            The Oval, Hastings. 8th-16th June, c2000s
            Boy and girl fairground scene illustration
            335mm x 480mm
            Printed: Bailey’s Printer
            NFA Collection
178R2.121   Exhibition of the Fun Fair
            Fairground Association of Great Britain Invites Everyone to the
            University Campus Dental School Refectory 8th-16th June, c2000s
            Boy and girl fairground scene illustration
            335mm x 480mm
            Printed: Bailey’s Printer
            NFA Collection

178R2.122   Rotherham Spring Fair
            Rotherham united Football Club 19th-24th May c2004
            Black type on yellow. 380mm x 435mm
            Printed: Baileys Printers
            NFA Collection

178R2.123   De Koning Leisure in Association with KC Promotions Presents
            City by the Sea Mega theme Park
            Sportcity Manchester 17th-28th May 2007
            Colour illus and photos. 420mm x 590mm
            NFA Collection

Fairground posters in large cardboard box

178R2.200   Nottingham Goose Fair
            Proclamation 9th Sept, 1974
            Black print. 565mm x 440mm
            Harry Lee Collection

178R2.201   Nottingham Goose Fair
            Proclamation, 9th Sept, 1975
            Black text on white paper. 225mm x 440mm
            Harry Lee Collection

178R2.202   University of Sheffield Sorby Hall celebration Anniversary Dinner
            Friday, 21st May, 1999
            Yellow blue and red fairground illustration


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            Printed by Bailey & Sons Ltd. ‘The Showmen’s Printer’
            Somercoates, Derbyshire, DE55 4LT
            Colour illus. 510mm x 750mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.203   University of Sheffield Sorby Hall celebration Anniversary Dinner
            Friday, 21st May, 1999
            Yellow blue and red fairground illustration
            Printed by Bailey & Sons Ltd. ‘The Showmen’s Printer’
            Somercoates, Derbyshire, DE55 4LT
            Duplicate of 178R2.202
            Colour illus. 510mm x 750mm
            NFA Collection
178R2.204   University of Sheffield Sorby Hall celebration Anniversary Dinner
            Friday, 21st May, 1999
            Yellow blue and red fairground illustration
            Printed by Bailey & Sons Ltd. ‘The Showmen’s Printer’
            Somercoates, Derbyshire, DE55 4LT
            Duplicate of 178R2.202
            Colour illus. 510mm x 750mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.205   Preston Easter Fun Fair
            Moor Park. Thurs 9th-Tues 14th April, c1990s
            Black and red type on neon yellow
            Printed by Bailey & Sons Ltd.
            504mm x 755mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.206   Preston Easter Fun Fair
            Moor Park. Thurs 9th-Tues 14th April, c1990s
            Black and red type on neon yellow
            Printed by Bailey & Sons Ltd.
            Duplicate of 178R2.205
            504mm x 755mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.207   G. Rogers & Sons Fun Fair
            Poster left blank for over printing c1990s
            Black type on yellow neon
            Printed: Wood & Co., Printers, Malmsbury
            NFA Collection

178R2.208   Centenary Ball-Grosvenor House Hotel
            26th January, 1989
            100 years of the Showmen’s Guild, 1889-1989
            Orange and Yellow neon with blue. Border and fairground


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            illustration.
            Printed Bailey & Sons Ltd., Somercoates, Derbyshire.
            510mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.209   Centenary Ball-Grosvenor House Hotel
            26th January, 1989
            100 years of the Showmen’s Guild, 1889-1989
            Orange and Yellow neon with blue. Border and fairground
            illustration.
            Printed Bailey & Sons Ltd., Somercoates, Derbyshire.
            Duplicate of 178R2.209
            510mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection
178R2.210   Centenary Ball-Grosvenor House Hotel
            26th January, 1989
            100 years of the Showmen’s Guild, 1889-1989
            Orange and Yellow neon with blue. Border and fairground
            illustration.
            Printed Bailey & Sons Ltd., Somercoates, Derbyshire.
            Duplicate of 178R2.209
            510mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.211   Orange, Yellow and blue border and fairground illustration.
            Poster left blank for overprinting c1980s/1990s
            Printed Bailey & Sons Ltd., Somercoates, Derbyshire.
            Same print as 178R2.209
            510mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.212   Monty Hammond & Sons Present and Easter Fair
            Mitcham Common. Thurs 13th-Sun 23rd April, c1995
            Orange, Yellow and blue border and fairground illustration.
            Printed Bailey & Sons Ltd., Somercoates, Derbyshire.
            Same print as 178R2.209
            510mm x 760mm
            Donated by Desmond Fitzgerald

178R2.213   Orange, Yellow and blue border and fairground illustration.
            Poster in Russian, 1994
            Printed Bailey & Sons Ltd., Somercoates, Derbyshire.
            Same print as 178R2.209
            Photocopy. 510mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.214   The Annual Michaelmas Autumn Fun Fair


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            Wallingford. Thursday 26th Sep-Sat. 28th Sep.
            Red and blue type and triangle border
            760mm x 505mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.215   Albert Botton’s Annual Spring Fun-Fair
            West Park. Purley Way. Fri 27th Mar- Sun 5th April, 1996
            Red and blue type and triangle border
            Printed by Bailey & Sons Ltd.
            500mm x 755mm
            Donated by Desmond FitzGerald

178R2.216   Golden Jubilee Fun Fair-Nicky Shaw
            Tunbridge Wells. Sat 1st-Tues 4th June, 2002
            Orange and Yellow border and illustration. Black and grey print.
            Tear in bottom right corner
            Printed: Baileys Printers
            450mm x 640mm
            Donated by Desmond Fitzgerald

178R2.217   Roses Pleasure Parks Presents Golden Jubilee Bank Holiday Fun
            Fair Epsom Downs. Friday 31st May to Sun 9th June, 2002
            Orange and Yellow border and illustration. Black print
            Printed: Baileys Printers
            452mm x 640mm
            Donated by Desmond Fitzgerald

178R2.218   Golden Jubilee Fun Fair
            Shenley Lane Playing Fields, London Colney. Fri 24th May-Tues
            4th June, 2002
            Printed: Baileys Printers
            Red and blue print, illus., 450mm x 640mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.219   Bottons: New Addington Jubilee Carnival
            Corydon, Milne Park. Fri 31st May to Tues 4th June, 2002
            Orange and Yellow border and illustration. Black print.
            Printed: Baileys Printers
            445mm x 640mm
            Donated by Desmond Fitzgerald

178R2.220   Jubilee Carnival Fun Fair
            Milne Park, New Addington. Fri 31st May-Tues 4th June, 2002
            Tear in top line
            Printed: Bailey’s Printers
            Pink and yellow neon with black print. Illus. 300mm x 640mm
            NFA Collection


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178R2.221   John Manning & Sons Easter Bank Holiday Fun Fair
            Alexandra Palace, London. Thurs 12th- Sun 22nd April
            Black print on yellow neon paper c1990s/2000s
            Printed: Baileys Printers
            442mm x 635mm
            Donated by Desmond Fitzgerald

178R2.222   Silcock’s Family Fun Fair
            St Helen’s Show, Victoria Park. Thurs 28th – Sun 31st July,
            c1980s/90s
            Orange, Yellow and blue border and fairground illustration.
            Printed Bailey & Sons Ltd., Somercoates, Derbyshire.
            505mm x 755mm
            Donated by Graham Downie

178R2.223   Silcock’s Family Fun Fair
            St Helen’s Show, Victoria Park. Thurs 28th – Sun 31st July,
            c1980s/90s
            Orange, Yellow and blue border and fairground illustration.
            Printed Bailey & Sons Ltd., Somercoates, Derbyshire.
            Duplicate of 178R2.219
            505mm x 755mm
            Donated by Vanessa Toulmin

178R2.224   Silcock’s Family Fun Fair
            Irlam Show. Fri 26th-Mon 29th Aug, c 1980s/90s
            Orange, Yellow and blue border and fairground illustration.
            Printed Bailey & Sons Ltd., Somercoates, Derbyshire.
            505mm x 755mm
            Donated by Graham Downie

178R2.225   John Thurston presents the most up-to-date fair at Woodford
            Feast.
            London, 8th-13th July, 1960
            Printed: Dysons, Peterborough
            Black and red border and print. 500mm x 755mm
            Donated by Graham Downie

178R2.226   Gigantic Fair
            Poster left blank for overprinting c1960s
            ‘All the Latest novelty rides’ and ‘Exclusive Carnival Amusements
            Printed: Willson’s Printers Fair Poster (Blank)
            Colour. 755mm x 500mm
            Donated by Graham Downie

178R2.227   John Bidell & Sons’ Continental Fun Fair


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            Bethnal Green, London. Fri 12th to Sun 21st Jan c1996
            Colour illustration of girl and boy and fairground scene
            Printed: Bailey & Sons Ltd.
            Colour illus. 470mm x 705mm
            Donated by Desmond FitzGerald

178R2.228   James Mellors group presents Europe’s Biggest Indoor
            Theme Park
            London Olympia. 26th Dec- 5th January 2001/02
            Red and blue illus. and type. 635mm x 450mm
            Donated by Desmond FitzGerald

178R2.229   Tommy Green Fun Fair, Conservation
            needed
            Leyland. Thurs 20th-Mon 24th May c1980s/90s
            Black type on neon yellow. 505mm x 750mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.230   Tommy Green Ltd Presents Denton Wakes Fair Conservation
            needed
            Manchester. Poster left blank for dates, c1980s/90s
            Blue and red type on white
            Printed: Lords Printers Ltd., Sandygate Mill, Trafalgar Street,
            Burnley.
            505mm x 755mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.231   Irvin Leisure Ltd. Present Family Fun Fair Conservation
            needed
            Abingdon. Thurs 7th-Sun 10th May, c1980s/90s
            Contains notes on back regarding printing needs
            Printed: Bailey & Sons Ltd.
            Black print on white. Illus. 505mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.232   Roses Pleasure Parks Present Large Fun Fair
            Kennedy Park, Britwell. Fri 19th-Sun 28th May c1990s/00s
            Orange and yellow border and illustration
            Printed: Bailey’s Printers
            Colour. Illus., 450mm x 640mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.233   The Valley 50p Theme Park
            Bolton. Wed 31st July-Sun 18th August c1990s/00s
            Printed: Bailey’s Printers
            Red and blue print. 445mm x 640mm
            NFA Collection


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178R2.234   Gigantic Christmas Fun Fair
            Old Deer Park, Richmond. Thurs 26th Dec, 2002-Wed 1st Jan,
            2003
            Printed: Bailey’s Printers
            Red and green illus. 448mm x 640mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.235   Fun Fair
            East Grinstead Leisure Centre. Wed 18th-Mon 23rd June
            c1980s/90s
            Printed: Bailey’s Printers
            Black print on yellow neon. Illus. 445mm x 640mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.236   Mannings Amusements present Family Fun Fair
            Ducketts Common, Harringay, Thurs 14th-Sun 17th Oct
            c1980s/1990s
            Printed: Bailey & Sons Ltd
            Black print on yellow neon. Illus. 450mm x 640mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.237   Mannings Amusements present Family Fun Fair
            Ducketts Common, Harringay, Thurs 14th-Sun 17th Oct
            c1980s/1990s
            Printed: Bailey & Sons Ltd
            Duplicate of 178R2.237
            Black print on yellow neon. Illus. 450mm x 640mm
            NFA Collection
178R2.238   The Traditional Barnett Fun Fair
            Fri 30th Aug-Sat 7th Sep c1990s/00s
            Printed: Bailey’s Printers
            Red and blue print. 450mm x 640mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.239   Lewis Gray & Son present Half Term Fun Fair
            Lewisham Market. Mon 21st-Sat 26th Oct, 1996
            Printed: Bailey & Sons Ltd
            Yellow, red and black, illus. 250mm x 750mm
            Donated by Desmond Fitzgerald

178R2.240   Roses Pleasure Parks Presents Golden Jubilee Bank Holiday Fun
            Fair Epsom Downs. 31st May-9th June, 2002
            Printed: Bailey’s Printers
            Red and yellow, illus. 445mm x 637mm
            NFA Collection




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178R2.241   Golden Jubilee Fun Fair
            Tunbridge Wells, 2002
            Printed: Bailey’s Printers
            Red and yellow, illus. 445mm x 637mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.242   Jubilee carnival
            New Addington, 2002
            Printed: Bailey’s Printers
            Red and yellow, illus. 445mm x 637mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.243   Jubilee carnival
            New Addington. 31st May-4th June, 2002
            Printed: Bailey’s Printers
            Pink and yellow, illus. 300mm x 637mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.244   Jubilee carnival
            New Addington. 31st May-4th June, 2002
            Duplicate of 178R2.243
            Printed: Bailey’s Printers
            Pink and yellow, illus. 300mm x 637mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.245   John Thurston presents the most up-to-date fair at Woodford
            Feast.
            London, 8th-13th July, 1960
            Printed: Dysons, Peterborough
            Duplicate of 178R2.225
            Black and red border and print. 500mm x 755mm
            Donated by Graham Downie

178R2.246   W. & P. Thurston’s Fun Fair
            Blank poster filled in for Alford Thurs 28th to Sat 30th Sep
            Waltzer (looks like this has been blacked out) and Dodg’ems
            Red and black on yellow. 500x 750mm
            NFA Collection




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Fairground posters on Flatbed

178R2.300   G.Simon & Sons Fun Fair
            Llandudno Mostyn Broadway, July 9th-Aug 30th c1980s/1990s
            Colour poster featuring Waltzers, Roundabout and dodgems
            Printed: W.E. Berry ltd., Bradford
            1015mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.301   See the World’s longest Limo direct From the USA
            Poster left Blank for overprinting c1980s
            Black type on neon yellow paper
            1020mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.302   Left blank for expansion

178R2.303   Zamperla Amusement Rides Calendar 1982
            Colour Moon Scene
            680mm x 975mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.304   Schueberfouer Fair (see other sizes)
            Luxembourg. 22nd Aug-8th Sep, 2003
            Colour illus. by Xavier Dupont
            605mm x 800mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.305   Schueberfouer Fair
            Luxembourg. 22nd Aug-8th Sep, 2003
            Duplicate of 178R2.304
            Colour illus. by Xavier Dupont
            605mm x 800mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.306   Nationwide amusements in association with Bly Spartens FC
            present Halloween Fireworks Display and Fun Fair
            Blaw Knox sports Ground, Walting Street, Strood. Sat 28th Oct,
            c2000s
            Printed: Bailey & Sons Ltd.
            Black and orange on white. 1010mm x 760m
            NFA Collection

178R2.307   Wilson’s August Bank Holiday Fun Fair
            Arrow Valley Park, Redditch. Thurs 22nd-Sat 31st Aug c2002
            Printed: Bailey’s Printers
            Red and blue on white. 1015mm x 760mm


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            NFA Collection
178R2.308   Mannings Amusements presents the New Generation Spring
            Bank Holiday Family Fun Fair
            Finsbury Park, Haringey, London. Thurs 25th-Mon 29th May
            c2000s
            Printed: Bailey & Sons Ltd.
            Pink and orange neon on white. 1010mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.309   Gore & de Koning present Manchester’s Spectacular St.
            Valentine’s Fun Fair and Firework Display
            Piccadilly Gardens. 9th-25th Feb, c1990s/00s
            Heart and cupid border
            Printed: Bailey & Sons Ltd.
            Dark red print on orange. 101mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.310   James Mellors Amusements Ltd. Present a Valentine’s Fair
            Nottingham City Centre. Thurs 22nd-Sat 20th Feb c1990s/00s
            Triangle border
            Printed: Bailey & Sons Ltd.
            Red and blue on white. 1015mm x760mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.311   Harry Jones Presents Fun Fair
            Anchor Meadows, Aldridge. Thurs 29th Aug-Sat 27th Sep
            c1990s/00s
            Triangle border
            Printed: Bailey & Sons Ltd.
            Orange and green on white. 1015mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.312   Monty Hammond & Sons Mitcham Easter Fair
            Thursday 4th-Sun 14th April c2002
            Printed: Bailey & Sons Ltd.
            Purple and orange on white. 1015mm x760mm
            Donated by Desmond FitzGerald

178R2.313   Spectacular Halloween Fireworks and Fun Fair
            Sutcliffe Park, Eltham. Fri 27th-Sun 29th Oct c1990s/00s
            Printed: Bailey & Sons Ltd
            Black on neon green. Illus. 1015mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.314   Family Halloween Firework Display and Fun Fair
            London Road, Stanway, Colchester. Thurs 31st Oct c1990s
            Printed: Bailey’s Printers


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            Black on neon green. Illus. 1015mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection
178R2.315   Benson’s Family Fun Fair
            Brockwell Park, Herne Hill, London. Fri 23rd Aug-Sunday 1st Sep
            c1990s
            Triangle border
            Printed: Bailey’s Printers
            Red and blue on white. 1015mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.316   Lewis Grey and son present Annual Whitsun Bank Holiday Family
            Fun Fair.
            Shepherd’s Bush Green, London. Sun 26th May-Sunday 4th June,
            c1990s
            Printed: Bailey & Sons Ltd
            Dark red on white. Illus. 1015mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.317   Codona Worldwide Present Family Fun Fair
            Two Mile Inn Hotel, Limerick, Ireland. Fri 27th Sep-Sun 13th Oct
            c2000s
            Black print on neon green. 1015mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.318   Silcock’s Family Fun Fair
            St Helen’s Show, Victoria Park. Thurs 28th-Sun31st July c1990s
            Triangle border
            Printed: Bailey & Sons Ltd
            Red and blue on white. 1010mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.319   The Showmen’s Guild Of Great Britain Western Section Fun Fair
            Poster left blank for overprinting c1980s/90s
            Orange and yellow neon with blue. Illus. 1015mm x755mm
            Donated by the Western Section of The Showmen’s Guild Of
            Great Britain
            NFA Collection

178R2.320   Benson’s Family Fun Fair
            Clapham Common. Fri 26th-Sun 28th July, 1996
            Red and blue triangular border
            Printed: Bailey’s Printers
            Red and blue. 1020mm x 760mm
            Donated by Desmond FitzGerald
            NFA Collection

178R2.321   Showmens Guild of Great Britain (London Section) presents


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            Blackheath August Bank Holiday Fun Fair, 2002
            Blackheath Common. Thurs 22nd-Mon 26th Aug
            Red and blue triangular border
            Red and blue. 1020mm x 760mm
            Donated by Desmond FitzGerald
            NFA Collection

178R2.322   George Irvin’s Annual Fun Fair
            Roe Green, Kingsbury. Wed 14th -19th Aug 2002
            Red and blue triangular border
            Printed: Bailey’s Printers
            Red, black and blue. 1020mm x 760mm
            Donated by Desmond FitzGerald
            NFA Collection

178R2.323   Bob Wilson Presents Britain’s Greatest Travelling Theme Park
            Brent Cross Shopping Centre. Thurs 24th-Thurs 31st Oct, 2002
            c1980s/1990s CLEANING NEEDED
            Purple and black triangular border
            Printed: Bailey’s Printers
            Purple and black. 1020mm x 760mm
            Donated by Desmond FitzGerald
            NFA Collection

178R2.324   Charles Mayne Easter Bank Holiday Fun Fairs
            Wanstead Flats. Thurs 28th Mar-Tues 2nd April 2002
            Orange and red circle border
            Printed: Bailey’s Printers
            Orange, red and blue. Illus. 1020mm x 760mm
            Donated by Desmond FitzGerald
            NFA Collection

178R2.325   Charles Mayne Easter Bank Holiday’s Fun Fairs
            Wanstead Flats. Thurs 17th Tues 22nd April 2003
            Orange and red circle border
            Printed: Bailey’s Printers
            Orange, red and blue. 1020mm x 760mm
            Donated by Desmond FitzGerald
            NFA Collection

178R2.326   George Irvin’s Fun Fair
            Poster left blank for overprinting c1980s
            Colour scene of fairground
            Colour illus. 1020mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.327   Fun Fair IN BRADFORD EXHIBITION


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            Poster left blank for overprinting c1980s
            Colour scene of fairground
            Printed: W.E.Berry Ltd Bradford
            Colour illus. 1020mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.328   Fun Fair Poster
            Merton. 11th-22nd Aug, c1980s/1990s
            Featuring Giant Ferris Wheel
            Black type on orange neon. 1020mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.329   Denton Fun Fair
            Wed 4th-Mon 9th Aug, c1993
            Printed: Bailey & Sons Ltd
            Black and red type on yellow neon. 1020mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.330   Denton Fun Fair
            Wed 9th-Mon 14th Aug, c1995
            ‘All rides 50p Sunday Afternoon’
            Printed: Bailey & Sons Ltd
            Black and red type on yellow neon. 1020mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.331   Denton Fun Fair
            Wed 5th-Mon 10th Aug, c1998
            ‘All rides 50p Sunday Afternoon’
            Printed: Bailey & Sons Ltd
            Black and red type on yellow neon. 1020mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.332   Newcastle Town Moor Fair
            Fri 18th-Sat 26th June, c1993
            Gigantic Firework Display sat 26th June, c1990s
            Red and blue triangular border
            Printed: Bailey & Sons Ltd
            Red and blue. 1020mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.333   W. & J. Davis & Sons present Fun Fair
            Woolwich Common. Thurs 14th-Sun 24th Mar, c1990s
            Red and blue triangular border
            Printed: Bailey’s Printers
            Red and blue. 1020mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection




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178R2.334   Farrar’s Famous Fun Fair
            Hillsborough Park. Fri 23rd June-Sat 15th July, c1990s
            Red and blue stars border
            Printed: Taylor’s Printers, Wombwell
            Red, purple and blue. 1020mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.335   Grimsby-May Charter Fair
            Mon 15th –Sat 20th May, c1990s
            Blue diamond border
            Printed: Taylor’s Printers, Wombwell
            Red and blue. 1020mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.336   Oaks Park Fun Fair
            Fri 26th May-Sat 10th June, c1990s
            Red diamond border
            Printed: Taylor’s Printers, Wombwell
            Red, and black on yellow paper. 1020mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.337   Huddersfield Spring Holiday Feast Fair
            Leeds Road Fairground. Fri 26th-Tues 30th May, c1990s
            Red and blue stars border
            Printed: Taylor’s Printers, Wombwell
            Red, blue and orange on yellow paper. 1020mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.338   London Mela
            Gunnersbury Park, London. Sun 17th Aug, 2003
            Bob Wilson
            Pink and orange with photograph. 635mm x 1015mm
            Donated by Desmond FitzGerald

178R2.339   London Transport Poster for Pinner Fair
            Notice of closure of Cecil Park Entrance/exit. Wed 28th May
            2003
            Blue print. Illus. 630mm x 1015mm
            Donated by Desmond Fitzgerald

178R2.340   George Irvin’s Fun Fair
            Hampton Court, London Fri 25th Aug-Mon 28th Aug 1995
            Colour Illustration of fairground rides with banner for
            overprinting
            1010mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection




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178R2.341   Golden Jubilee Fun Fair & Free Fireworks Display
            Tunbridge Wells Sat 1st-Tues 4th June 2002
            Red and Blue triangle border
            Printed; Baileys Printers
            1010mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection
178R2.342   Monty Hammond & Sons Present Mitcham Common Easter
            Funfair Mitcham Common, London. Thurs 28th Mar- Sun 7th April
            c1990s
            Red and blue type. 1010mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection

178R2.343   Monty Hammond and Sons present Fun Fair
            Rainham Recreation Ground Thurs 15th-Sund 18th May, c90s
            Printed by: Bailey & Sons Ltd. Somercoates, Derbyshire
            Red, blue and black print. 1010mm x 1520mm
            NFA Collection




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Circus 178R3

Circus Posters (in A3 blue box)

178R3.1     The Central American Wonder M. Samayoa the Great
            USA c1910
            Advertisement to ‘Managers and agents of Parks, fairs and County
            Fairs’ for acrobatic act
            Photos and Illustrations. 275mm x 380mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.2     The Hollywood Chihuahua Family
            No location c1940s
            ‘Direct from fantastic Disneyland. First time in England’
            NFA Collection

178R3.3     W. H. Wilkies Circus
            New Brighton. 4th Jul-Sep, 1953
            Printed: Merseyside Entertainments Ltd
            Colour print. 251mm x 373mm
            Malcolm Airey collection

178R3.4     Chipperfields Circus and Menagerie
            Preston Monday 14th June, 1954
            Colour poster featuring chariot race illustration and list of acts
            Colour print 290mm x 410mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.5     Royal Danish ‘Meta’ Circus
            Lord Street car park, Douglas, Isle of Man. 1954
            Presented by Charles Hawtry. Handwritten notes on reverse.
            Printed: Strickett, Printer, Ramsey.
            165mm x 373mm
            Malcolm Airey collection

178R3.6     Charlie Keith’s Grand Circus
            Bedford. 21st Nov, 1882
            267mm x 400mm
            Photocopy
            Donated by David Fitzroy

178R3.7     Charlie Keith’s Grand Circus
            East Common, Bournemouth. Fri 9th Sep, 1893
            250mm x 378mm
            Photocopy of original printed on silk
            Malcolm Airey collection



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178R3.8i)    Charlie Keith, Clown and Circus Proprietor
             A poster of reviews, c1886
             Photocopy
             253mm x 380mm
             Donated by David Fitzroy

178R3.8ii)   Charlie Keith, Clown and Circus Proprietor
             A poster of reviews, c1886
             Photocopy
             253mm x 380mm
             Donated by David Fitzroy

178R3.9      Charlie Keith’s Grand Circus
             c1880s in TOTB
             380mm x 253mm
             Original printed on silk
             Donated by David Fitzroy

178R3.10     Chipperfields Circus and Menagerie
             Preston Moor Park Mon 13th-Sat 18th Aug c1950s
             Many acts
             red blue and yellow print. 261mm x 365mm
             NFA Collection

178R3.11     Astley’s New Royal Ampitheatre & Circus
             Programme for January 1872
             Great Circus Company
             The New, Gorgeous and Beautiful Pantomime, Lady Godiva or
             Harlequin St. George, the Dragon and the Seven Champions
             Printed: E. Rascol, Theatrical and General Printer, 4, Brydges Street,
             Covent garden.
             4pp, 2 blank. 255mm x 380mm
             NFA Collection

178R3.12     Fritz’s Royal Olympian Circus Circus
             Programme for Fri 27th 1891
             For the Benefit of WM. T Martin
             Miss Minnie Ray
             Edgeio
             Mr. Ben Ray
             Mr, Fred Bell
             The Great McAnney
             The Marvellus Jiltards
             Mr James Hunt
             Mr W, Fraces
             Mr Edgar M. Shipton
             Mr John Burns


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           Mssrs. Rae & Weston
           Printed by: Dewsnap & Co
           Black print on silk. 196mm x 316mm
           NFA Collection

178R3.13   Ruggles & Taylor’s Oriental Circus!
           Poster for Circus USA
           Mlle. Ruggles, lady gymnast
           Master Chas. Ruggles, Gymnast, Acrobat and the Youngest clown in
           the World
           Miss Carrie Ruggles-Contortionist
           A.A. Graham-Old man clown
           Ruggles and Taylor-aerialists
           Little May-Contortionist, High Kicker and Aerialist
           Graham Brothers’ $10,000 challenge Silver Cornet Band
           C.A. Ruggles-Illusionist, Master of the Black Art, Ventriloquist
           Victor Graham-The Human Snake, Contortionist
           Printed: Times Printing House Jacksonville, USA
           136mm x 354mm
           NFA Collection

178R3.14   Royal Amphitheatre, Astley’s
           Programme for the week beginning 19th April 1830 and during the
           week
           Under the management of Messrs. Ducrow and West
           Spectre Monarch & His Phantom Steed!
           Other circus scenes
           Printed: Romeny, Lambeth
           Black print. 250mm x 380mm
           NFA Collection

Circus Posters In Smaller Cardboard Box

178R3.50   The New Olympic Circus
           Black Hall Yard, Kendal 25th Jan, 1830
           Photocopy of original
           180mm x 540mm
           New Olympic Circus

178R3.51   Yuga ‘Oriental Sensation’
           Poster left blank for overprinting. C1910
           Printed Phillips Bros., printers, Aberaman, Aberdare
           375mm x 505mm
           NFA Collection

178R3.52   Cirkus Schumann
           Poster for Danish Circus c1930s


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           Colour with illus. 470mm x 350mm
           NFA Collection
178R3.53    3 Schwestern Medrano
           Winter Garten, Germany January 1937
           Poster featuring well-known circus acts presented by Willi Schaeffer
           (1884-1962), a cabaretist, actor and theatre director based in Berlin.
           Colour illustration 465mm x 350mm
           NFA Collection

178R3.54   3 Schwestern Medrano IN TOTB
           Winter Garten, Germany January 1937
           Poster featuring well-known circus acts presented by Willi Schaeffer
           (1884-1962), a cabaretist, actor and theatre director based in Berlin.
           Duplicate of 178R3.53
           Colour illustration 465mm x 350mm
           NFA Collection

178R3.55   Sanger’s Circus
           Colour illustration of Equestrian act and clown poss. 1930s
           Possible book plate. 345mm x 360mm
           NFA Collection

178R3.56   Fairs and Parks
           Poster for National radio and Theatrical Bureau New York City USA
           Cavalcade of the World’s Greatest Circus Stars
           Illus. and photos. 542mm x 425mm
           NFA Collection

178R3.57   Betram Mills Circus and Menagerie
           Gloucester 1st-5th April 1958
           Printed: W.E. Berry, ltd., Bradford.
           Colour with horse illustration 315mm x 505mm
           Malcolm Airey Collection

178R3.58   Betram Mills Circus and Fun Fair
           Olympia Grand Hall, London. Dec 17th –Feb 1st, 1963/64
           Printed: W.E. Berry, ltd., Bradford
           Colour Illus. 285mm x 445mm
           Malcolm Airey Collection

178R3.59   Circus Krone
           Munich, Germany. 1st-29th Feb. c1950s
           With Oleg Popov, Clown
           German Text
           Red with illus. 415mm x 585mm
           Donated by David Fitzroy




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178R3.60   Bertram Mills Circus
           Fulham. 18th Dec 1964- 30th Jan 1965
           Colour illus. 505mm x 316mm
           Malcolm Airey collection

178R3.61   Bertram Mills Circus
           Staines. 27th-30th Mar, 1963
           Three clowns illustration
           Red, Yellow and blue. 315mm x 520mm
           Malcolm Airey collection

178R3.62   Bertram Mills Circus and Fun Fair
           Olympia Grand Hall, London. 18th Dec 1959-30th Jan 1960
           Colour illustration of the Francescos, clowns.
           Colour illus. 325mm x 507mm
           Malcolm Airey collection

178R3.63   Bertram Mills Circus IN BRADFORD EXHIBITION
           Liverpool. 22nd-31st Oct c1960s
           Printed: W.E. Berry Ltd. Bradford
           Colour illus. 307mm x 507mm
           Malcolm Airey collection

178R3.64   Royal Dramatic College Grand Fete and Fancy Fair
           Crystal Palace, London, sat 13th and Mon 15th July, 1867
           ‘Fairs, Theatres, Exhibitions, and Other Entertainments, Aunt Sally’s
           Etc. etc.’
           Includes Wombwells Menagerie, Performing Guinea Pigs and
           Australian Squirrels and many others.
           Printed: Robert K Burt, Wine Office Court, Fleet Street.
           145mm x 580mm
           NFA Collection

178R3.65   Cooke’s Circus
           Elbe Street, Leith. Thurs 16th Dec, 1841
           ‘The Entertainments will be under the Immediate and
           Distinguished
           Patronage of Capt. Hope and Officers of HM Ship Thalia’
           ‘Grand Mask’d Ball on Horseback!!’
           Illus. 190mm x 505mm
           NFA Collection

178R3.66   Theatre Royal Drury Lane
           Cirque National De Paris 15th-17th March 1849
           Many acts
           Printed: R.S. Francis, Printer, 25 Museum St, Bloomsbury
           Some burn marks


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           2pp black print 200mm x 340mm
           NFA Collection

178R3.67   Billy Smart’s New World Circus and Zoo
           Hastings, 8-13 Aug c1957
           Colour illustration featuring Tagora the Human Volcano
           From the collection of Milbourne Christopher, a well known magazine
           collector
           Colour illus. 320mm x 505mm
           NFA Collection

178R3.68   Poster for the Performing and Captive Animals' Defence
           League, London c1940s/1950s
           ‘Don’t co-operate with cruelty! Avoid the circus like you would the
           plague’
           Printed: The Hive Printers Ltd., Letchworth, Herts
           Black print on yellow 540mm x 800mm
           NFA Collection

178R3.69   Poster for the Performing and Captive Animals' Defence
           League, London c1940s/1950s
           ‘Don’t co-operate with cruelty! Avoid the circus like you would the
           plague’
           Printed: The Hive Printers Ltd., Letchworth, Herts
           Black print on yellow 540mm x 800mm
           NFA Collection

178R3.70   Poster for the Performing and Captive Animals' Defence
           League, London c1950s/1960s
           ‘Performing animal shows contravene statute law, criminal law and
           higher law’
           Printed: The Hive Printers Ltd., Letchworth, Herts
           Black and red print 540mm x 800mm
           NFA Collection

178R3.71   Poster for the Performing and Captive Animals' Defence
           League, London c1950s/1960s
           ‘Performing animal shows contravene statute law, criminal law and
           higher law’
           Printed: The Hive Printers Ltd., Letchworth, Herts
           Black and red print 540mm x 800mm
           NFA Collection

178R3.72   Poster for the Performing and Captive Animals' Defence
           League, London c1940s/1950s
           ‘Please! Make sure there are no performing animals in the show
           before you buy your ticket’


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            Printed: The Hive Printers Ltd., Letchworth, Herts
            Black and red print 540mm x 800mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.73    Poster for the Performing and Captive Animals' Defence
            League, London c1940s/1950s
            ‘Please! Make sure there are no performing animals in the show
            before you buy your ticket’
            Printed: The Hive Printers Ltd., Letchworth, Herts
            Black and red print 540mm x 800mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.74    Poster for the Performing and Captive Animals' Defence
            League, London c1940s/1950s
            £1.000 reward to anyone who can prove an animal has been trained
            without using cruelty. This offer has never been taken up.
            Printed: The Hive Printers Ltd., Letchworth, Herts
            Black and red print on white 540mm x 800mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.75    Poster for the Performing and Captive Animals' Defence
            League, London c1940s/1950s
            £1.000 reward to anyone who can prove an animal has been trained
            without using cruelty. This offer has never been taken up.
            Printed: The Hive Printers Ltd., Letchworth, Herts
            Black and red print on white 540mm x 800mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.76    Tommy Scott’s Family Fun Time Road show
            Lindsay Armory, Ontario, Canada Fri 14th June c1950s/60s
            Starring Col. Tim McCoy and stars of radio records
            Red, blue and pink. Photos. 320mm x 570mm
            Donated by Al Stencell
            NFA Collection

178R3.77

Circus Posters In Larger Cardboard Box

178R3.100   Theatre Royal, North Shields ‘Look Here, The Night Of All Nights’.
            Wednesday 15th Jan, 1862
            For the Benefit Of Dan Rice Clown
            ‘The Performances will commence with an original Domestic Drama
            in Two Acts entitled Jessy Vere’ or, the return of the Wanderer’
            Illustrated, 247mm x 745mm
            NFA Collection



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178R3.101   Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Combined Shows
            1970 s Reproduction of c1920 poster P-119, featuring Dainty Miss
            Leitzel
            Colour Illustration 425mm x 630mm
            NFA Collection
            In the 1920s, Lillian Leitzel of Breslau, Germany, four feet nine inches
            tall and 95 pounds, was a Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey
            headliner known as the Queen of the Air and "World's Most
            Marvellous Lady Gymnast." Leitzel originated a feat called the one
            arm plunge, or swingover, in which she'd perform a nearly vertical
            rotation while hanging by only one arm. She'd do dozens at a time
            asthe audience kept count.

178R3.102   Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey
            1970 s Reproduction of c 1920 poster P-155
            ‘Five big herds of Elephants in 5 Circus Rings at One Time’
            Some worm damage
            Colour illustration 620mm x 415mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.103   The Barnum and Bailey Greatest show on Earth
            1970 s Reproduction of 1897 poster P-153 featuring portraits of
            P.T. Barnum and J.A. Bailey
            Colour illustration 425mm x 630mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.104   Ringling Bros and Barnum and Bailey circus
            1970 s Reproduction of clown poster
            Piece missing on bottom right
            Coloured photograph 520mm x 680mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.105   Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Combined Circus
            1970 s Reproduction of 1935 chariot race poster P-103
            Colour illustration 425mm x 620mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.106   Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Combined Shows
            1970 s Reproduction of c1920 poster P-117 featuring May Wirth,
            ‘The Greatest Bareback Rider of all Time’
            Printed By: The Strobridge Litho. Co. Cin’ti & N.Y.
            Colour Illustration 425mm x 620mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.107   Barnum & Bailey Greatest Show on Earth
            1970 s Reproduction of c1899 poster P-128 featuring Chinese
            Artists hanging by their hair.


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            Possibly made to look like an original
            Printed By: The Strobridge Litho. Co. Cin’ti & N.Y.
            Colour Illustration 425mm x 620mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.108   The Barnum 7 Bailey Greatest Show on Earth
            ‘The World’s Largest, Grandest, Best, Amusement Institution.’
            1970 s Reproduction of 1904 poster P-123 featuring show
            jumping
            Printed By: The Strobridge Litho. Co. Cin’ti & N.Y.
            Colour illustration 620mm x 425mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.109   Hunt Bros Present-The Royal International Circus
            Lithograph number CF552 c1940s
            Poster featuring performing monkeys
            Colour illustration 515mm x 710mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.110   C. Haberjan’s Reit-Institut aus Bremen
            1975 reproduction of 1880 poster
            Riding School which frequented the markets of Germany
            Colour Illustration 680mm x 485mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.111   Neus Amerikianisches Volksvergnugen “Die lustigen Tonnen”
            1975 reproduction of 1913 poster
            Rotating barrels, a popular funfair innovation
            Colour illustration 680mm x 490mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.112   Circus Erie Hagenbeck mit Rudy Bros. USA
            Hanover, Germany 3-15 May c1960s
            Colour illustration290mm x 830mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.113   W.H. Wilkie’s Mammoth Circus and Zoo
            New Brighton 1952
            Bob Kion & Co. High wire act. First appearance in England
            And many others
            Colour print. 250mm x 760mm
            Malcolm Airey Collection

178R3.114   Lord John Sanger’s Royal Command Circus
            Bishop Aukland, Thursday 18th May, 1939
            Featuring Pimpo the clown and many more
            Black and red on yellow paper. 380mm x 505mm


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            Donated by Audrey Gale

178R3.115   Belle Vue 38th International Circus IN BRADFORD EXHIBITION
            Manchester Dec 22nd – Feb 4th 1966/67
            Printed: W.E.Berry Ltd., Bradford
            Colour poster with illustration 315mm x 520mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.116   Belle Vue 38th International Circus
            Manchester Dec 22nd – Feb 4th 1966/67
            Printed: W.E.Berry Ltd., Bradford
            Colour poster with illustration 505mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.117   Fossett’s Famous Circus NEEDS CONSERVATION
            Bray Carlisle Grounds, 30, 31st July, c1950s
            ‘Presenting the Cream of the World’s Circus Stars In One Show’
            Colour Print. 510mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.118   Fossett’s Famous Circus
            Gorey, Ireland, 31st July, c1950s
            ‘Presenting the Cream of the World’s Circus Stars Under a New
            Danish Big-Top’
            Printed: Roscommon Herald’, Boyle
            Colour Print. 510mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.119   Major Russell’s Circus
            Poster left blank for overprinting
            Printed: John F Walker, Ilkeston, Derbyshire
            Red, Blue and yellow print on white.335mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.120   James Fossett Presents James Brothers circus
            Hindley, 6th-8th May c1960s
            Printed: Taylors, Printers, Wombwell, Yorkshire
            Red and blue on white. 335mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.121   Grand Circus Strassburger and Zoo Annexe
            No location c1950s
            Featuring Jan Dorsansky and his lions
            Printed: Bristol Printers Ltd., Stratton-st., St. Pauls, Bristol 2.
            Red and Blue on yellow 250mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection




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178R3.122     James Duffy & Sons Circus
              Greystones, Ireland 1st July, 1964
              Red and black on yellow. 470mm x 725mm
              NFA Collection

178R3.123     Robert Bros. Hip Hip Zoo Ray Mammoth Circus and Zoo
              Padiham recreation ground 1st October, 1948
              Printed: W.E. Berry Ltd., Nesfield Printing Works, Bradford
              Red, Yellow and blue. 250mm x 760mm
              Malcolm Airey Collection

178R3.124(i) Boycott the Circus! It’s Cruel
             Performing animal Defence League Poster early 20th century
             Printed: Claridge, Lewis and Jordan Ltd, Wardour Street, London
             Red Print 505mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R3.124(ii) Boycott the Circus! It’s Cruel
              Performing animal Defence League Poster early 20th century
              Printed: Claridge, Lewis and Jordan Ltd, Wardour Street, London
              Duplicate of 178R3.124(i)
              Red Print 505mm x 760mm
              NFA Collection

178R3.125     The Great American Burlesque Show Circus and Variety Round
              Up
              Left blank for overprinting c1940s
              Featuring Hal Denver
              Circus acts and striptease
              Red, yellow and black. 1015mm x 760mm
              NFA Collection

178R3.126     The Great American Burlesque Show Circus and Variety Round
              Up IN TOTB
              Left blank for overprinting c1940s
              Featuring Hal Denver
              Circus acts and striptease
              Duplicate of 178R2.125
              Red, yellow and black. 1015mm x 760mm
              Donated by Jim Norman

178R3.127     Cody’s circus and Zoo IN TOTB
              Queen’s Road, Preston. 7th-8th Sep. 1948
              Date stamped on
              750mm x 250mm
              Malcolm Airey Collection




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178R3.128     Poster for Performing Animals Defence League attacking the
              L.C.C and Minster. C1924 IN TOTB
              Addressed to the Home Secretary aimed at Sanger’s Circus
              (Edmund T.MacMichael director of the Animal Defence League)
              810mm x 610mm
              NFA Collection

178R3.129     A Poster for the Performing and Captive Animals' Defence
              League
              c1920s/30s. IN TOTB
              Printed: Obelisk Press & Signs Ltd. London
              Red and black type 540mm x 800mm
              NFA Collection

178R3.129(ii) A Poster for the Performing and Captive Animals' Defence
              League
              c1920s/30s.
              Printed: Obelisk Press & Signs Ltd. London
              Duplicate of 178R3.129
              Red and black type 540mm x 800mm
              NFA Collection

178R3.130     Davis’s Olympic Circus
              Theatre Royal Birmingham. Mon 11th Oct, 1824
              Mr Davis, proprietor of the Amphitheatre, Westminster Bridge,
              will
              presents the ‘Battle of Waterloo’
              See John Turner database for more information
              190mm x 633mm
              NFA Collection

178R3.131     M. De Beaury
              Reproduction Print of animal Act at a circus c1915 reprinted, 1975
              Colour illus. 675mm x 485mm
              NFA Collection

178R3.132     Circus, Hippodrome, Great Yarmouth
              Last week of circus season, 1939
              The amazing 7 Gridneffs-Daring Feats on Unsupported Ladders
              Mme. Christian with her educated canines
              Despard & Charly, French Clowns
              The Four Smiths, Acrobats
              3 Bartros-Fun On the Double Bars
              3 Anjolys-Novelty on the High Perch
              3 Jovellis-Thrilling Ariel Display
              Zaharoff and His Don Cossack Band-Harmonious Entertainment
              Rubio Sisters-Spanish Equilibrists and Acrobats Extraordinary


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            The Five Scotts-British Equestrian family
            Paul Paetzold & Comp-The Krazy Cyclists
            Printed: Jarrold & Sons Ltd., Printers, Great Yarmouth
            Small Tear in bottom right corner
            Red and blue type. 505mm x 750mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.133   Clyde Beatty-Cole Bros.
            The World’s largest circus c1950s
            Colour illus of bareback rider by Roland Butler
            535mm x 710mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.134   Karns’ Big Variety Show
            Poster left blank for location c1800s
            Prof. J.E.D. Martin-sleck-wire artist
            Mr. E. Mossey on his flying rings
            ‘The Irish Slicker’-Play
            Tom Sibley-clown and comic singer
            Printed: Erie Litho. & Printing Co., Erie, Pa.
            Black print. illus. 266mm x 714mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.135   Alan Alan-The Man They Cannot Hang
            W.H. Wilkie’s Super Big Top Circus 1958
            Illustration of escapologist tied upside down
            Printed:Cape P & LW
            Red and black 285mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.136   Carson & Barnes Wild Animal Circus
            USA c1930s/40s
            Poster for circus featuring babreback riders, clowns, trapeze,
            tumblers and others in circus ring
            Labelled with No. 53 FP
            Colour illus. 710mm x 535mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.137   The Kursall mamouth Xmas Circus
            Southend-on-sea 21st Dec to 19th Jan, 1950s
            Illustration of green eyed lion
            505mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.138   Seal Bros. Circus
            Poster left blank for overprinting. USA c1930s




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            Double sided poster featuring photographs and descriptions of the
            acts
            Printed: Neal Walters Poster Corporation
            255mm x 655mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.139

178R3.140




Circus Posters on Flatbed Plan Chest

178R3.200   Colour lithographic poster of Lion in cage.
            Folded. 1520mm x 101mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.201   Clyde Beatty and Cole Brothers Circus
            Fitchburg July 20th, c1950s
            Featuring Big Otto, Blood Sweating hippopotamus from the Nile
            Colour print. 5105mm x 920mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.202   Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey Circus
            1953
            John Ringling North Presents the Chid Wonder of The World
            Don’t Miss Mister Mistin, Jr.
            Colour lithograph. 1070mm x 710mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.203   The Great American Burlesque Show Circus and Variety Round
            Up
            Left blank for overprinting c1940s
            Circus acts and striptease
            Red, yellow and black. 1015mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.204   Lucken’s Continental Circus
            Witney Rec, Oxfordshire 16th April, 1953
            Featuring ‘The Sensational Maurices’ among others
            Red and blue type. 280mm x 860mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.205   Poster for Russian Circus
            Details Unknown c1983
            Illustration of elephant and other animals


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            Colour. 560mm x 850mm
            Malcolm Airey Collection

178R3.206   Poster for Russian Circus
            Details Unknown c1983
            Illustration of performer and animals including elephant
            Colour. 610mm x 910mm
            Malcolm Airey Collection
178R3.207   Poster for Russian Circus
            Details Unknown c1983
            Illustration of musicians of Bremen?
            Colour. 565mm x 870mm
            Malcolm Airey Collection

178R3.208   Poster for Russian Circus
            Details Unknown 1983
            Calendar for 1983
            Colour. 580mm x 870mm
            Malcolm Airey Collection

178R3.209   Generic Poster for American Circus
            Poster left blank for overprinting c1950s/60s
            Printed: Neal Walters Poster Corporation, Bentonville, Arkansas
            Bright, florescent print of jugglers
            Illus. 335mm x 204mm. Poster 360mm x 1065mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.210   Poster for American Circus by Forest Freeland
            Poster left blank for overprinting c1940s
            Featuring girl on elephants trunk
            Printed: Alles Printing Co. 224 E. 4th St Los Angeles
            Brittle paper
            Colour illus. 710mm x 1070mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.211   Poster for American Circus by Forest Freeland
            Poster left blank for overprinting c1940s
            Featuring girl and clown on ride car
            Printed: Alles Printing Co. 224 E. 4th St Los Angeles
            Brittle paper
            Colour illus. 710mm x 1070mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.212   Poster for American Circus West Coast Shows by Forest
            Freeland
            Poster left blank for overprinting c1940s
            Featuring girl and clown running


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            Printed: Alles Printing Co. 224 E. 4th St Los Angeles
            Brittle paper
            Colour illus. 710mm x 1070mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.213   Poster for American Circus by Forest Freeland
            Poster left blank for overprinting c1940s
            Featuring trapeze artist and clown
            Printed: Alles Printing Co. 224 E. 4th St Los Angeles
            Brittle paper
            Colour illus. 710mm x 1070mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.214   Poster for American Circus by Forest Freeland
            Poster left blank for overprinting c1940s
            Featuring girl on horse and clown
            Printed: Alles Printing Co. 224 E. 4th St Los Angeles
            Brittle paper
            Colour illus. 710mm x 1070mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.215   Bill Lynch Shows
            North America c1930s/40s
            One sheet poster of marching girl and world’s largest Midway
            lithographic spot colour print
            Colour illus. 1070mm x 720mm
            Donated by Al Stencell
            NFA Collection

178R3.216   Cole Brothers Circus
            Lithographic poster for USA
            Colour illustration of Con Colleano, ‘World’s foremost Artist of the
            Silver Wire’
            710mm x 1040mm
            NFA Collection

178R3.217   Cole Bros. Gigantic Circus IN CONSERVATION BOX
            Mankato, Minnisota USA 1930S
            Clyde Beatty-wild animal trainer
            Ken Maynard-Wild West Show
            Maximo-slack wire star
            Flying Harolds-high-trapeze troupe
            Aurelia Troupe-bare-back riders
            Jorgen Christiansen-Liberty Horse Display
            Harriet Beatty-wild animal trainer
            La Seville-Pagentry
            The Great florenzo-automobile somersaults


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            Dorothy Herbert-bar-back riding
            Clowns headed by Otto Greibling, celebrated Pantomimist
            Double sided poster. Black with illustrations and photos.
            265mm x 700mm
            NFA Collection

Circus Larger Posters in tubes

178R3.250   Le Cirque de Moscow
            Palais des Sports, Paris. Dec 19th- Feb 15th c1980
            Large lion Illustration
            French
            Colour illus. 1000mm x 1500mm
            Malcolm Airey Collection

178R3.251   Hippodrome Poster
            ‘Le Cheval Aerien’-the Air Horse c1880s
            Illustration of horse act in Paris
            Printed; Emile Levy, Paris
            Chromolithographic poster 910mm x 1255mm
            NFA Collection




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Circus (modern) 178R4

A3 Posters (in Blue folder)

178R4.1     Circus Apollo
            Winsford 24th-27th Mar c1980
            Acts include the Shoshoni Indians and the Juggling Martells
            Printed: Taylors Printers, Wombell
            Red and Black on yellow 253mm x 380mm
            NFA Collection

178R4.2     Blackpool Tower Circus
            Calendar 1991
            Colour print 296mmm x 420mm
            NFA archive

178R4.3     Wilmslow Carnival Field
            Wilmslow, Cheshire. 26th Feb-3rd Mar, 1985
            Blue type. 145mm x 427mm
            Malcolm Airey collection

178R4.4     Pleasureland Circus.
            Southport. 4th Jul-2nd Sep, 1990
            Presented by Mary Chipperfield
            Box Office Card. 243mm x 381mm
            Malcolm Airey collection

178R4.5     Circus Starr
            Prestwich. 13th-15th Sep, 1994
            418mm x 290mm
            Donated by David Fitzroy

178R4.6     The Circus fans’ Association of Great Britain Circus Award.
            Poster announcing winners, 1988
            Best Circus: Gandey’s Circus Winners
            290mm x 418mm
            Donated by David Fitzroy

178R4.7     Cottle and Austin
            Hillsborough Park, Sheffield. 29th April-4th May, 2003
            Colour photographs of acts.
            420mm x 295mm
            NFA Collection

178R4.8     Ginnett’s Circus 2000
            ‘On Tour from the 18th to 21st Century’



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           Clown face and horse poster
           Colour. 235mm x 340mm
           Donated by John Turner

178R4.9    Zippos Circus
           City Hall Salisbury
           Tues 12th-17th Feb (not 14th)
           Colour photo of clown
           295mm x 420mm
           NFA Collection

178R4.10   The Chinese State Circus
           Sheffield Hillsborough Park. 24th-29th Sep c1998
           Colour photo of chair balancing act.
           209mm x 295mm
           NFA Collection

178R4.11   Chipperfield’s Circus IN BRADFORD EXHIBITION
           Poster left Blank for overprinting c1980s/90s
           Colour illustration of performers and animals
           Printed: W.E. Berry Ltd. Bradford.
           210mm x 296mm
           NFA Collection

178R4.12   Chipperfield’s Circus
           Poster left Blank for overprinting c1980s/90s
           Colour illustration of performers and animals
           Duplicate of 178R4.11
           Printed: W.E. Berry Ltd. Bradford.
           210mm x 296mm
           NFA Collection

178R4.13   Chipperfield’s Circus
           Poster left Blank for overprinting c1980s/90s
           Colour illustration of performers and animals
           Duplicate of 178R4.11
           Printed: W.E. Berry Ltd. Bradford.
           210mm x 296mm
           NFA Collection

178R4.14   Chipperfield’s Circus
           Poster left Blank for overprinting c1980s/90s
           Colour illustration of performers and animals
           Duplicate of 178R4.11
           Printed: W.E. Berry Ltd. Bradford.
           210mm x 296mm
           NFA Collection


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Posters in Small Cardboard box

178R4.45   Great British Circus
           Watford 19th-8th July, 2007
           ‘Britains’ biggest animal circus’
           Lions, tigers, camels, reindeer and others
           Colour photo of lions 420mm x 600mm
           NFA Collection

178R4.46   Great British Circus
           Godstone Tues 22nd June-Sun 4th July 2010
           ‘Best Circus With Animals’
           Colour photo of lions 420mm x 600mm
           NFA Collection

178R4.47   Martin & Downs Circus
           Poster left blank for overprinting. Canada c1970s
           Posters for Canadian circus run by Al Stencell
           Red, yellow and blck print. Illus. 320mm x 560mm
           Donated by Al Stencell
           NFA Collection

178R4.48   International Cicus Enis Togni
           Bristol Burdham Downs Tues 11th April-Sat 22nd April c1970s
           Firtst Ever Tour of Britain by Italy’s Greatest Circus
           Shows Illustration of Alan Alan, escapologist on a burning rope
           suspended over lions.
           Printed: W.E. Berry Ltd. Bradford
           NFA Collection

178R4.49   El Rey En El Circo Williams
           El Arenal, Majorca. 30th Mar-8th April, c2008
           Spanish. Illustration of a lion.
           Colour. 220mm x 453mm
           NFA Collection

178R4.50   Uncle Sam’s Great American Circus
           Blaydon near Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 9th-14th Nov, 2004
           Colour illus. 295mm x 420mm
           NFA Collection

178R4.51   Uncle Sam’s Great American Circus
           Belper. Tues 28th April-Mon 4th May, c2002
           Colour illus. 420mm x 600mm
           NFA Collection


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178R4.52   Uncle Sam’s Great American Circus
           Belper, Derbyshire 28th April-4th May, c2002
           Colour illus. 227mm x 450mm
           NFA Collection

178R4.53   Blackpool Tower Circus
           Mexican National Circus, 19th June-2nd Nov, 1991
           Colour photos. 328mm x 502mm
           Donated by David Fitzroy

178R4.54   Circus USA
           Oldham FC car park. 15th-24th Mar, 1994
           337mm x 580mm
           Donated by David Fitzroy

178R4.55   Circus Apollo
           Poster left blank for overprinting c1990s
           Red, yellow and blue. 362mm x 510mm
           NFA Collection

178R4.56   Sally Circus with Chipperfield’s
           Theatre Royal, St. Helens
           16th-21st Feb., 1988
           380mm x 505mm
           Donated by David Fitzroy

178R4.57   Chipperfield Brothers Christmas Circus
           Sheffield. 26th Dec-15th Jan
           Starring Suzanne Chipperfield and her animals
           Previously folded
           Colour illus and photo. 420mm x 590mm
           Donated by Vanessa Toulmin

178R4.58   Chipperfield Brothers Christmas Circus
           Sheffield. 26th Dec-15th Jan c1990s
           Colour. 420mm x 590mm
           NFA Collection

178R4.59   Chipperfield Brothers Circus
           Salisbury. 2nd June-5th June c1990s
           420mm x 590mm
           NFA Collection

178R4.60   Gerry Cottle’s Circus
           Hastings. 26th Jul-4th Aug c1980s/1990s
           Colour Illustration of clown and acts


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           420mm x 590mm
           Donated by David Fitzroy

178R4.61   Gerry Cottle’s Circus
           Poster Left Blank for overprinting c1980s/1990s
           Colour tiger illus.
           Printed: WE Berry Ltd. Bradford
           420mm x 590mm
           Donated by David Fitzroy

178R4.62   Gerry Cottle’s Circus
           Sheffield. 29th Apr-11th May
           415 x 585mm
           Donated by Vanessa Toulmin

178R4.63   Cottle & Austen Combined Circus
           Highbury Fields, Islington 12th July-18th July c2004
           Colour illus. 420mm x 590mm
           NFA Collection

178R4.64   Moscow State Circus
           Heaton Park, Manchester. Wed 6th Jul-Sun 10th Jul, 1988
           Colour illus. Cossack Riders
           415mm x 595mm
           Malcolm Airey collection

178R4.65   Moscow State Circus
           Hillsborough Park, Sheffield. Tues 27th April, Mon 3rd May, 2004
           Photo of Trapeze artists
           419m x 587
           Malcolm Airey collection

178R4.66   Moscow State Circus
           Hazel Grove, 20th June-24th June 2007
           Colour illus. 420mm x 580mm
           NFA Collection

178R4.67   Moscow Circus on Ice
           Platt Fields, Manchester. 10th-19th Sep, 1993
           Colour illus. 420mm x 590mm
           Donated by David Fitzroy

178R4.68   Moscow Circus on Ice
           Platt Fields, Manchester. 10th-19th Sep, 1993
           Duplicate of 178R4.14
           Colour illus. 420mm x 590mm
           Donated by David Fitzroy


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178R4.69   Circo Ingles (Gandey’s)
           Funchal, Portugal 13th Dec 1986-11th Jan 1987
           Portuguese/English text
           Colour clown photo. 400mm x 567mm
           Malcolm Airey collection

178R4.70   Gandey’s Circus
           Isle of Wight, 1987
           Freshwater, 12th-16th August
           Sandown, 25th-31st August
           Newport, 18th-23rd August
           396mm x 567mm
           Donated by Vanessa Toulmin

178R4.71   Gandey’s Circus
           Burnley. 18th-23rd Oct, 1988
           Colour photo. 387mm x 560mm
           Donated by David Fitzroy

178R4.72   Gandey’s Circus
           Crewe. 7th-13th Mar, 1988
           Clown Illustration
           387mm x 560mm
           Donated by David Fitzroy

178R4.73   Gandey’s Circus
           Yarmouth Hippodrome. 11th-24th April, 1990
           Clown Illustration
           570mm x 395mm
           Donated by David Fitzroy

178R4.74   Gandey’s Circus
           Cleethorpes. 28th Jul-2nd Sep, 1990
           Clown Illustration
           395mm x 565mm
           Donated by David Fitzroy

178R4.75   Gandey’s Circus
           Haydock. 12th Mar-24th Mar, 1991
           Clown Illustration
           393mm x 563mm
           Donated by David Fitzroy

178R4.76   Gandey’s Circus
           Crewe. Fri 6th Mar-Sun 8th Mar, 1992
           393mm x 563mm


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            Clown Illustration
            Donated by David Fitzroy

178R4 .77   Gandey’s Circus
            Burnley. 18th Oct-23rd Oct, 1998
            390mm x 553mm
            Clown Illustration
            NFA Collection

178R4.78    Gandey’s Circus
            Tranmere. 11th-16th April, 1989
            Clown Illustration
            388mm x 565mm
            Donated by David Fitzroy

178R4.79    Gandey’s Circus
            Stoke-on-Trent. 24th Mar-9th April, 1989
            Clown Illustration
            388mm x 565mm
            Donated by David Fitzroy

178R4.80    Gandey’s Circus
            Bescot Stadium, Walsall. Tues Mar 17th-Sun 22nd Mar, 1992
            Elephant and strongman illustration
            400mm x 585mm
            Donated by David Fitzroy

178R4.81    Gandey’s Circus
            L’Eree, Gurnsey. Sat 13th July- Thurs 18th July, 1991
            Big top and acts Illustration
            320mm x 500mm
            Donated by David Fitzroy

178R4.82    Gandey’s Christmas Circus
            New Palace, New Brighton. 26th Dec 1990-12th Jan 1991
            Colour illus. 400mm x 585mm
            Donated by David Fitzroy

178R4.83    Gandey’s Circus
            Perry Bar, Parry Park. 8th-20th Oct, 1985
            Colour illustration of tiger and female handler
            393mm x 590mm
            Donated by David Fitzroy

178R4.84    Phillip Gandey’s Cirque Surreal
            Brighton. 5th-25th May, 1995
            Colour illus. 337mm x 580mm


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           Donated by David Fitzroy

178R4.85   Circus Barelli
           Dusseldorf, Germany 12th-29th Sep c2000s
           Colour elephant illus. 224mm x 477mm
           NFA Collection

178R4.86   Circus Barelli
           Dusseldorf, Germany 12th-29th Sep c2000s
           Duplicate of 178R4.29
           Colour elephant illus. 224mm x 477mm
           NFA Collection

178R4.87   Circus Starr
           St Mary’s Park, Prestwich. Sat 26th Aug-sun 3rd Sep, 1989
           Clown illus.
           395mm x 567mm
           NFA Collection

178R4.88   Circus Starr
           Wigan. Tues 6th-Sun 11th Jun, 1989
           Clown and animal illus.
           395mm x 567mm
           Donated by David Fitzroy

178R4.89   Chinese State Circus
           Manchester. Sat 19th Sep-Sun 18th Oct, 1992
           Colour illus. of Chinese lion and acts.
           370mm x 557mm
           Donated by David Fitzroy

178R4.90   Circus Harlequin
           Chesterfield. Tues 20th Sep-Sun 25th Sep, 1994
           Colour illus. of Hercules, ‘the only strongman in the world to
           catch a cannonball’.
           420mm x 590mm
           NFA Collection

178R4.91   International Circus Atlas
           Poster left blank for overprinting c1990s/2000s
           Colour clown illus.
           420mm x 595mm
           NFA Collection

178R4.92   Welephants Circus
           Prestwich. Tues 13th-18th Sep, 1991
           Elephant illus.


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           Yellow and red. 400mm x 563mm
           Malcolm Airey Collection

178R4.93   The Sandows Super Clowns Circus
           Poster left blank for overprinting. 1978
           Photos and illus. 372mm x 558mm
           Donated by David Fitzroy

178R4.94   Robert Brothers famous Circus
           Southampton. Fri 5th-Sun 14th Sep, 2003
           Colour illustration of clown and rope artist
           NFA Collection

178R4.95   John Lawson’s Circus
           Poster left blank for overprinting c2000s
           Colour clown illus.
           210mm x 433mm
           NFA Collection

178R4.96   John Lawson’s Circus
           Poster left blank for overprinting c2000s
           Colour clown illus.
           Duplicate of 178R4.36
           210mm x 433mm
           NFA Collection

178R4.97   John Lawson’s Circus
           Poster left blank for overprinting c2000s
           Colour clown illus.
           Duplicate of 178R4.36
           210mm x 433mm
           NFA Collection

178R4.97   John Lawson’s Circus
           Jubilee Field, Mildenhall. 20th-22nd May, c2000s
           Colour clown illus.
           Duplicate of 178R4.36
           210mm x 433mm
           NFA Collection

178R4.98   Uncle Sam’s American Circus
           Blaydon, Gateshead. 9th-14th Nov 2004
           Red, Blue and yellow. 420mm x 590mm
           NFA Collection

178R4.99   Gran Circo Universal
           Aquatic Park, Lloret de Mar, Spain. 28th-30th March, c2008


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            Spanish circus featuring ‘Princess for a night’ sketch
            Spanish.
            Colour photo. 220mm x 453mm
            NFA Collection

Posters in large cardboard box

178R4.100   The World Famous Moscow State Circus
            The Lowry, Salford Quays. 29th-30th Jan. c2004
            Photographs of various acts
            Colour poster. 450mm x 640mm
            NFA Collection

178R4.101   The World Famous Moscow State Circus
            The Lowry, Salford Quays. 29th-30th Jan. c2004
            Photographs of various acts
            Duplicate of 178R4.53
            Colour poster. 450mm x 640mm
            NFA Collection

178R4.102   The World Famous Moscow State Circus
            Hillsborough Park, Sheffield. Tue 15th May-Sun 20th May, 2001
            Photographs of trapeze artists
            Colour poster. 450mm x 640mm
            Donated by David Fitzroy

178R4.103   The World Famous Moscow State Circus
            Eastcote. Tues 3rd Jun-Sun 6th Jun, c late 20th century
            Colour type. 448mm x 614mm
            NFA Collection

178R4.104   Cottle & Austen. Europe’s Greatest Circus
            Hollywood Park, Stockport. Tues 25th Mar-Sun 30th Mar 2003
            Colour photo. 640mm x 450mm
            NFA Collection

178R4.105   Cottle & Austen. Europe’s Greatest Circus
            Hollywood Park, Stockport. Tues 25th Mar-Sun 30th Mar, 2003
            Duplicate of 178R4.53
            Colour photo. 640mm x 450mm
            NFA Collection

178R4.106   Cottle & Austen. Europe’s Greatest Circus
            Sheffield Hillsborough Park. Tues 29th Apr-Sun 4th May, 2003
            Colour photo. 640mm x 450mm
            NFA Collection



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178R4.107   Cottle & Austen. Europe’s Greatest Circus
            Sheffield Hillsborough Park. Tues 29th Apr-Sun 4th May, 2003
            Duplicate of 178R4.57
            Colour photo. 640mm x 450mm
            NFA Collection

178R4.108   Tony Hopkins Entertainments PresentsThe Netherlands National
            Circus
            Sheffield Graves Park. Mon 11th Feb-Sun 24th Feb, c2002
            Printed: WE Berry Ltd.
            Colour illus. of clown. 450mm x 620mm
            NFA Collection

178R4.109   Tony Hopkins Entertainments PresentsThe Netherlands National
            Circus
            Poster left blank for overprinting. C1999-2003
            Printed: WE Berry Ltd.
            Colour photograph of clown, Davis Vassallo. 450mm x 620mm
            NFA Collection

178R4.110   Tony Hopkins Entertainments PresentsThe Netherlands National
            Circus
            Poster left blank for overprinting. C1999-2003
            Printed: WE Berry Ltd.
            Duplicate of 178R4.55
            Colour photograph of clown, Davis Vassallo. 450mm x 620mm
            NFA Collection

178R4.111   Tony Hopkins Entertainments PresentsThe Netherlands National
            Circus
            Poster left blank for overprinting. C1999-2003
            Printed: WE Berry Ltd.
            Duplicate of 178R4.55
            Colour photograph of clown, Davis Vassallo. 450mm x 620mm
            NFA Collection

178R4.112   Santus Circus-Le Cirque de France
            Poster left blank for overprinting c1980s
            Colour illustration of acts
            450mm x 622mm
            NFA Collection

178R4.113   Spectrum Circus
            Spectrum Arena, Birchwood, Warrington. 10th Dec 1982-7th Jan
            1983
            Colour photos. 506mm x 760mm
            Donated by David Fitzroy


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178R4.114   Spectrum Circus
            Spectrum Arena, Birchwood, Warrington. 10th Dec 1982-7th Jan
            1983
            Duplicate of 178R4.112
            Colour photos. 506mm x 760mm
            Donated by David Fitzroy

178R4.115   Spectrum Circus
            Spectrum Arena, Birchwood, Warrington. 10th Dec 1982-7th Jan
            1983
            Duplicate of 178R4.112
            Colour photos. 506mm x 760mm
            Donated by David Fitzroy

178R4.116   Gerry Cottle’s Circus
            Swansea. Tues 11th Apr- Sun 23rd Apr. c1989
            Printed: WE Berry Ltd, Bradford.
            Colour illus. 330mm x 735mm
            Malcolm Airey Collection

178R4.117   Gerry Cottle’s Circus
            Swansea. Tues 11th Apr- Sun 23rd Apr. c1989
            Printed: WE Berry Ltd, Bradford.
            Duplicate of 178R4.60
            Colour illus. 330mm x 735mm
            Malcolm Airey Collection

178R4.118   Gerry Cottle’s Circus
            Chester. Tues 4th-Sun 16th April, c1980s
            Printed: WE Berry Ltd, Bradford.
            Includes super-nova Space Rocket
            Colour illus. 330mm x 735mm
            Donated by David Fitzroy

178R4.119   Left blank for expansion

178R4.120   Bobby Roberts Super Circus
            Southport Tue 24th Jun- Sun 6th Jul, 2003
            Colour photo. 450mm x 640mm
            NFA Collection

178R4.121   Philip Gandy presents the Chinese State Circus
            Southampton. Tues 4th Jun- Sat 8th Jun, 1996
            Colour photo of cycle balancing act.
            463mm x 670mm
            NFA Collection


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178R4.122   The Chinese State Circus
            Sheffield Hillbsborough Park. Tues 24th Sep-Sun 20th Sep c1998
            Colour photo of chair balancing act and Kung Fu rituals
            450mm x 640mm
            NFA Collection

178R4.123   Circus Atlas
            Salisbury. Wed 3rd Sep- Sun 7th Sep c1990s
            Colour illus. of Liberty horses
            422mm x 635mm
            NFA Collection

178R4.124   Circus Atlas
            Thurs 8th Aug-Sun 11th Aug. c1990s
            Colour illus. of Liberty horses
            422mm x 635mm
            NFA Collection

178R4.125   Gandey’s Circus
            Rochdale. 19th-24th Mar. 1985
            Colour Illus. Lions head, tiger, elephant, clown and acrobat.
            Printed: D. Simpson
            450mm x 610mm
            Donated by David Fitzroy

178R4.126   “David Orfei”
            Cuggiano, Italy. Sat 1st Jun-Sun 2nd June, 1991
            Colour illus. Clown face
            Italian
            330mm x 660mm
            Donated by David Fitzroy

178R4.127   David Orfei E Il Circo Di Bulgaria
            Milan, Italy. 7th-26th Feb. 1991
            Clown and trapeze artist illus.
            Italian text
            330mm x 695mm
            Donated by David Fitzroy

178R4.128   Chipperfields Circus
            Clapham Common. Mon 29th Oct-sat 17th Nov c1970s
            Colour illus. of animals and artist surrounding artiste’s names
            Printed: WE Berry Ltd. Bradford
            505mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection




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178R4.129   Chipperfields Circus
            Bristol. Mon 6th May-Sat 18th May c1970s
            Colour illus. of animals and artist
            Printed: WE Berry Ltd. Bradford
            505mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection

178R4.130   Jimmy Chipperfield’s Circus World
            Clapham Common. Wed 7th Nov-sat 1st Dec, 1979
            Colour illus. of clown and animals
            Design: Barrie James/artists Associates
            Printed: WE Berry Ltd. Bradford
            504mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection

178R4.131   Blackpool Tower Circus
            Commencing 14th May, 1970
            Charlie Cariolli and his Company and others
            Red, blue, black and yellow type
            Photo. 327mm x 638mm
            NFA Collection

178R4.132   Staats Zirkus UdSSR
            Berlin, Germany. c1990s/2000s
            Revue of Illusion with Oleg Sokol, the master of exchange
            German
            Colour illus. 295mm x 823mm
            Donated by David Fitzroy

178R4.133   Fossett’s Circus and Zoo
            Whitehall Car Park. Fri 19th Oct-Sun 4th Nov, 1984
            Photographs of acts
            Colour. 635mm x 435mm
            Donated by Graham Downie

178R4.134   Pinder’s Zoo and Circus
            Marlborough. 20th-21st Jan c1980
            Colour illus, poster of circus acts
            Printed: Twinprint Ltd. Chelmsford Essex
            Donated by David Fitzroy

178R4.135   Chipperfield’s Circus
            Uncut vouchers for saver tickets c2000s
            Two sheets
            Colour photograph. 640mm x 450mm
            NFA Collection




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178R4.136   Friedrichstadtpalast Berlin
            Poster for performance Circus, Berlin c1980s/90s
            Colour photograph of chorus girl line-up
            See:
            http://www.friedrichstadtpalast.de/040000e_information.asp
            810mm x 570mm
            Malcolm Airey Collection

178R4.137   The Moscow State Circus
            Poster left Blank for Overprinting c2000s
            Presented by the Entertainment Company
            Photographs by Snowdon
            Poster design; Adrian Gray Msiad
            Colour photo. 500mm x 760mm
            Malcolm Airey Collection

178R4.138   Revuezirkus c1990s
            Friedrichstadtpalast Berlin
            Colour Illustration by K. Gunther
            570mm x 810mm
            Malcolm Airey Collection

178R4.139   Circus Unpk
            Russia, c1982
            Illustration of black panthers round a shield
            555mm x 830mm
            Malcolm Airey Collection

178R4.140   Martin and Downs Circus
            Canada c1970s
            Girl on elephant and clown
            Colour illus. 530mm x 710mm
            Donated by Al Stencell
            NFA Collection

178R4.141   Martin and Downs Circus
            Canada c1970s
            Sideshows and circus entrance illustration
            Colour illus. 530mm x 710mm
            Donated by Al Stencell
            NFA Collection

178R4.142   Planet Circus
            Levenshulme, Manchester Wed 2nd June- Sun 6th June 2010
            Featuring the sky riders, the Globe of Death and the Wall of Death.
            Illustration of clown and motorcyclist
            420mm x 590mm


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            NFA Collection

178R4.143   Planet Circus
            Levenshulme, Manchester Wed 2nd June- Sun 6th June 2010
            Featuring the sky riders, the Globe of Death and the Wall of Death.
            Illustration of clown and motorcyclist
            Duplicate of 178R4.142
            420mm x 590mm
            NFA Collection

178R4.144




Larger Posters on flatbed plan chest

178R4.200   Cyrk Circus Poster
            Colour illustration of trapeze artist 1974
            673mm x 980mm
            Donated by John Turner
            NFA Collection

178R4.201   Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus
            The D.C. Armory, Washington, USA. Tues 2nd April-Mon 22nd April
            1974
            Sideshow, menagerie and illusions
            710mm x 1013mm
            NFA Collection
178R4.202   On Stage-In Person. Wonderful World of Fantasy
            North America c1970s
            Poster for Human Rocket
            Printed in the USA
            Colour illus. 860mm x 530mm
            Donated by Al Stencell
            NFA Collection

178R4.203   On Stage-In Person. Wonderful World of Fantasy
            North America c1970s
            Living Fairy Tales-Cinderella at the Coronation Ball
            Printed in the USA
            Colour illus. 860mm x 530mm
            Donated by Al Stencell
            NFA Collection

178R4.204   On Stage-In Person. Wonderful World of Fantasy
            North America c1970s
            Mystery of the 1001 Arabian Nights


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            Printed in the USA
            Colour illus. 860mm x 530mm
            Donated by Al Stencell
            NFA Collection

178R4.205   On Stage-In Person. Wonderful World of Fantasy
            North America c1970s
            Thrill to the hair-raising mysteries of the mad scientists laboratory
            Giant cast of gorgeous girls
            Printed in the USA
            Colour illus. 860mm x 530mm
            Donated by Al Stencell
            NFA Collection

178R4.206   On Stage-In Person. Wonderful World of Fantasy
            Canada, Simcoe Arena Tues 23rd June c1970s
            Thrill to the hair-raising mysteries of the mad scientists laboratory
            Giant cast of gorgeous girls
            Printed in the USA
            Colour illus. 860mm x 730mm
            Donated by Al Stencell
            NFA Collection

178R4.207   Royal Bros. Circus
            Canada 1970s
            Printed The Enquirer Printing Co. Cinti., O.
            Colour illus of bareback rider and clown
            360mm x 1070mm
            Donated by Al Stencell
            NFA Collection

178R4.208   Royal Bros. Circus
            Canada 1970s
            Colour illus of bareback rider tiger and clown
            360mm x 1070mm
            Donated by Al Stencell
            NFA Collection

178R4.209   Royal Bros. Circus
            Canada 1970s
            Colour illus of bareback rider tiger and clown
            Dunplicate of 178R4.208
            360mm x 1070mm
            Donated by Al Stencell
            NFA Collection

178R4.210   Royal Bros. Circus


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            Canada 1970s
            Colour illus of bandwagon, used for Hanneford’s Circus
            1060mm x 700mm
            Donated by Al Stencell
            NFA Collection

178R4.211   Royal Bros. Wild Animal Circus
            Canada 1970s
            Colour illus of clown and tent
            710mm x 1060mm
            Donated by Al Stencell
            NFA Collection

178R4.212   Martin and Downs Circus
            Canada c1970s
            Clown illus.
            355mm x 1065mm
            Donated by Al Stencell
            NFA Collection

178R4.213   Hanneford Circus
            North America Poss. reproduction for modern circus
            Illustration of roaring tiger
            Colour 1060mm x 720mm
            Donated by Al Stencell
            NFA Collection

178R4.214   Century All Star Circus
            Digby Arena, Nova Scotis, Cananda. Wed 22nd May c1970s
            Red and blue print. 355mm x 885mm
            Donated by Al Stencell
            NFA Collection




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Steam Fair-178R5
Also See Harry Lee Collection


Steam Fair Posters in blue box (Size A3)

178R5.1-5.18 Left blank for expansion

178R5.19      Belper Steam and Vintage Event
              6th-7th June, 1998
              295mm x 420mm
              NFA Collection

178R5.20      Belper Steam and Vintage Event
              12th-13th June, 1999
              Pink with photo. 295mm x 420mm
              NFA Collection

178R5.21      Belper Steam and Vintage Event
              12th-13th June, 1999
              Duplicate of 178R5.15
              Orange with photos. 295mm x 420mm
              NFA Collection

178R5.22      The Great Dorset Steam Fair
              27th-31st Aug, 1997
              300mm x 420mm
              NFA Collection

178R5.23      The Great Dorset Steam Fair
              31st-4th Aug / Sep, 1994
              300mm x 420mm
              NFA Collection

Steam Fair Posters in smaller cardboard box

178R5.50      The Showmen’s Guild of Great Britain and Bob Wilson & Sons
              Present Stratford 800 Anniversary Fun Fair
              Stratford-Upon-Avon, 5th-7th July
              Published: The Showmen’s Guild of Great Britain. 70-76 Alcester
              Road South, Kings Heath Birmingham
              Black Type on Yellow. 210mm x 480mm
              NFA Collection

178R5.51      The Showmen’s Guild of Great Britain and Bob Wilson & Sons
              Present Stratford 800 Anniversary Fun Fair
              Stratford-Upon-Avon, 5th-7th July, 1996


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            Published: The Showmen’s Guild of Great Britain. 70-76 Alcester
            Road South, Kings Heath Birmingham
            Duplicate of 178R5.50
            Black Type on Yellow. 210mm x 480mm
            NFA Collection

178R5.52    Carters The Royal Berkshire Steam Fair
            Streatham Common 15th-16th June c2000s
            Red, purple, green and black print. 360mm x 520mm
            NFA Collection

178R5.53    Carters The Royal Berkshire Steam Fair
            Streatham Common 16th-17th June c2000s
            Duplicate of 178R5.53
            Red, purple, green and black print. 360mm x 520mm
            NFA Collection

178R5.54    Carters The Royal Berkshire Steam Fair
            Turnham Green 27th-29th May c2000s
            Red, purple, green and black print. 360mm x 520mm
            NFA Collection

178R5.55    Carters The Royal Berkshire Steam Fair
            Lampton Park. 5th-6th May c2000s
            Red, purple, green and black print. 360mm x 520mm
            NFA Collection

178R5.56    The Great Dorset Steam Fair
            Stourpaine Bushes, Blandford Dorset, 29th Aug-1st Sep, 1985
            Seventeenth Great working of Steam Engines
            Printed: Cookswell Press, Shillingstone Dorset
            Colour illus. 305mm x 510mm
            NFA Collection

178R5.57    Rally and Old time Fair
            Harewood House. 25th-27th Aug c1980/90
            Presented by the Leeds and District traction Engine Club
            Colour illus. 420mm x 590mm
            NFA Collection

Steam Fair Posters in larger cardboard box

178R5.100   Tewkesbury Steam Fair & Organ Festival
            Breakingstone Meadow 15th-18th July 1971
            Black and White Photograph of Fair
            Design Print Styles Sircombe
            330mm x 755mm


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            NFA Collection

178R5.101   Tewkesbury Steam Fair & Organ Festival
            Breakingstone Meadow 15th-18th July 1971
            Black and White Photograph of Fair
            Duplicate of 178R5.100
            Design Print Styles Sircombe
            330mm x 755mm
            NFA Collection

178R5.102   Tewkesbury Steam Fair & Organ Festival
            Breakingstone Meadow 16th-19th July 1970
            Black and White Photograph of Engine and Organ
            Design Print Styles Sircombe
            Red Type on Yellow. 336mm x 755mm
            NFA Collection

178R5.103   Tewkesbury Steam Fair & Organ Festival
            Breakingstone Meadow 16th-19th July 1970
            Black and White Photograph of Engine and Organ
            Duplicate of 178R102
            Design Print Styles Sircombe
            Red Type on Yellow. 336mm x 755mm
            NFA Collection

178R5.104   Tewkesbury Steam Fair & Organ Festival
            Breakingstone Meadow 16th-19th July 1970
            Black and White Photograph of Engine and Organ
            Design Print Styles Sircombe
            Duplicate of 178R102
            Red Type on Yellow. 336mm x 755mm
            NFA Collection




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Billy Smart Collection 178R7

Posters In Blue A3 box

178R7.1    Billy Smart’s Circus
           Sophia Gardens, Cardiff. 18th-28th Mar, 1959
           Printed: W.E. Berry, Ltd., Bradford
           230mm x 370mm
           Donated by Gary Smart

178R7.2    Billy Smart’s Circus and Menagerie
           Dorking
           25th Sep-27th Sep c1958/1959
           Featuring Stoney Red Indians, 10 baby elephants and many
           others.
           Colour illus, 272mm x 382mm
           Donated by Gary Smart

Items in Larger Cardboard Box

178R7.50   Billy Smart’s Circus
           High Wycombe. 22nd-27th July 1964
           430mm x 286mm
           Printed: W.E. Berry, ltd., Bradford
           Donated by Gary Smart

178R7.51   Billy Smarts Circus
           Sheffield Endcliffe Park, 14th-26th Sep. c2000s
           Colour clown photograph
           Printed: Technoprint PLC, Leeds
           415mm x 590mm
           Donated by Gary Smart

178R7.52   Billy Smarts Circus
           Sheffield Endcliffe Park, 14th-26th Sep. c2000s
           Colour trapeze artist photograph
           Printed: Technoprint PLC, Leeds
           420mm x 593mm
           Donated by Gary Smart

178R7.53   Billy Smarts Circus
           Sheffield Endcliffe Park, 14th-26th Sep. c2000s
           Colour trapeze artist photograph
           Printed: Technoprint PLC, Leeds
           Duplicate of 178R7.52
           420mm x 593mm


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           Donated by Gary Smart
178R7.54   Billy Smart’s Circus (see also Collection larger/smaller items)
           Richmond Old Deer Park. Fri. 15th Oct, 1993
           Colour jester illus. 420mm x 595mm
           Donated by Gary Smart

178R7.55   Billy Smart’s Circus (see also Collection larger/smaller items)
           Richmond Old Deer Park. Fri. 15th Oct, 1993
           Duplicate of 178R7.54
           Colour jester illus. 420mm x 595mm
           Donated by Gary Smart

178R7.56   Billy Smart’s Circus (see also Collection larger/smaller items)
           Richmond Old Deer Park. Fri. 15th Oct, 1993
           Duplicate of 178R7.54
           Colour jester illus. 420mm x 595mm
           Donated by Gary Smart

178R7.57   Billy Smart’s Circus
           Richmond Old Deer Park from Fri 15th Oct, 1993
           Clown, tent and circus acts
           Colour illus. 420mm x 595mm
           Donated by Gary Smart

178R7.58   Billy Smart’s Circus
           Richmond Old Deer Park from Fri 15th Oct, 1993
           Clown, tent and circus acts
           Duplicate of 178R7.57
           Colour illus. 420mm x 595mm
           Donated by Gary Smart

178R7.59   Billy Smart’s Circus
           Blackheath, London, Fri 11th Oct-Sun 27th Oct c1990s
           Harlequin Clown illustration
           ‘First Visit for 25years’
           Colour illus. 420mm x 585mm
           Donated by Gary Smart

178R7.60   Billy Smart’s Circus
           Blackheath, London, Fri 11th Oct-Sun 27th Oct c1990s
           Harlequin Clown illustration
           ‘First Visit for 25years’
           Duplicate of 178R7.59
           Colour illus. 420mm x 585mm
           Donated by Gary Smart

178R7.61   Billy Smart’s Circus


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           Derby, Thurs 13th Aug-Sun 23rd Aug, c1990s
           Harlequin Clown illustration
           ‘First Visit for 28years’
           Colour illus. 420mm x 590mm
           Donated by Gary Smart

178R7.62   Billy Smart’s Circus
           Poster Left blank for overprinting
           Harlequin Clown illustration
           Colour illus. 420mm x 590mm
           Donated by Gary Smart

178R7.63   Billy Smart’s Circus
           Poster Left blank for overprinting
           Harlequin Clown illustration
           Duplicate of 178R7.62
           Colour illus. 420mm x 590mm
           Donated by Gary Smart

178R7.64   Billy Smart’s Circus
           Liverpool. 20th July-1st Aug, 1967
           510mm x 760mm
           Donated by Gary Smart

178R7.65   Billy Smart’s Circus and Menagerie
           Slough Salthill Playing Fields Oct 27th-Nov 1st c1958
           10 Baby Elephants, 10 Ifni Sahara Tumblers, direct from Morocco
           etc
           Printed: W.E.Berry Ltd., Bradford
           Colour Poster 256mm x 760mm
           Donated by Gary Smart

178R7.66   Billy Smart’s Circus and Menagerie
           Slough Salthill Playing Fields Oct 27th-Nov 1st c1958
           10 Baby Elephants, 10 Ifni Sahara Tumblers, direct from Morocco
           etc
           Printed: W.E.Berry Ltd., Bradford
           Duplicate of 178R7.65
           Colour Poster 256mm x 760mm
           Donated by Gary Smart

178R7.67   Billy Smart’s Circus and Menagerie
           Slough Salthill Playing Fields Oct 27th-Nov 1st c1958
           10 Baby Elephants, 10 Ifni Sahara Tumblers, direct from Morocco
           etc
           Printed: W.E.Berry Ltd., Bradford
           Duplicate of 178R7.65


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           Colour Poster 256mm x 760mm
           Donated by Gary Smart

1787.68    Billy Smart’s Circus and Menagerie IN TOP OF THE BILL
           Bournemouth 11th-23rd Aug c1958
           10 Baby Elephants, 10 Ifni Sahara Tumblers, direct from Morocco
           etc
           Printed: W.E.Berry Ltd., Bradford
           Duplicate of 178R4.18
           Colour Poster 256mm x 760mm
           Donated by Gary Smart

178R7.69   Billy Smart’s Circus
           Poster left Blank for overprinting 1970/71
           Colour illustration of tigers and acts
           508mm x 760mm
           Donated by Gary Smart

178R7.70   Billy Smart’s Circus
           Poster left Blank for overprinting 1970/71
           Colour illustration of tigers and acts
           Duplicate of 178R7.69
           508mm x 760mm
           Donated by Gary Smart

178R7.71   Billy Smart’s Circus
           Poster left Blank for overprinting 1970/71
           Colour illustration of tigers and acts
           Duplicate of 178R7.69
           508mm x 760mm
           Donated by Gary Smart

178R7.72   Billy Smart’s Circus
           Peterborough Agricultural Show Ground 1st-6th Oct c1959
           Colour illustration of tigers and acts
           Red, Yellow w and green border
           Printed: W.E. Berry, ltd., Bradford
           510mm x 765mm
           Donated by Gary Smart

178R7.73   Billy Smart’s Circus IN BRADFORD EXHIBITION

           Walton Hall Park, Liverpool. 20th July-1st Aug, 1966/1967
           Elephant Illustration
           Printed: W.E. Berry, ltd., Bradford
           760mm x 505mm
           Donated by Gary Smart


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178R7.74    Billy Smart’s Circus
            Bristol. 2nd-14th June c1950s
            Printed: W.E. Berry, ltd., Bradford
            315mm x 505mm
            Donated by Gary Smart

178R7.75

Larger Posters on flatbed plan chest

178R7.100   Billy Smart’s Show
            Richmond Old Deer Park. From 15th Oct, 1994
            Clown face
            1020 x 765mm
            Donated by Gary Smart

178R7.101   Billy Smart’s Show
            Richmond Old Deer Park. From 15th Oct, 1994
            Clown face
            duplicate of 178R7.100
            1020 x 765mm
            Donated by Gary Smart

178R7.102   Billy Smart’s Circus
            Richmond Old Deer Park from 22nd Oct-20th Nov, 1994
            Clown face
            Colour illus. 615mm x 805mm
            Donated by Gary Smart

178R7.103   Billy Smart’s Circus
            Richmond Old Deer Park from 22nd Oct-20th Nov, 1994
            Clown face
            Duplicate of 178R7.75
            Colour illus. 615mm x 805mm
            Donated by Gary Smart




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178R8 Rail excursions/Tourism

Posters in A3 blue box

178R8.1    Thomas Cook’s First Excursion for 1861
           Poster for excursions to Yorkshire and Northumbrian towns
           Black type on orange paper. 250mm x 380mm
           NFA Collection

Posters in large carboard box

178R8.20   Blackpool Tourism poster
           From set of posters to promote tourism of Britain 1958/59
           A British travel and Holidays Association Photograph
           Published by The British travel and Holidays Association
           Printed: Harrison & Sons Limited, London
           Colour photograph of smiling woman in front of the Blackpool Tower
           Donated by Blackpool local Studies Centre
           510mm x 760mm
           NFA Collection

178R8.21   Blackpool is Simply Brilliant
           Poster left blank for overprinting late 20th Century
           Image of Blackpool Tower and Illuminations
           Donated by Blackpool local Studies Centre
           510mm x 760mm
           NFA Collection

178R8.22   Blackpool: What to see and Do in Sunny Blackpool
           Tourism poster with details of entertainment venues and events
           c1939
           Colour illustration of Tower and bathing
           Printed: Gazette & Herald, Colour Printers, Blackpool
           Donated by Blackpool local Studies Centre
           505mm x 760mm
           NFA Collection

178R8.23   Blackpool
           Tourism poster left blank for overprinting c1939
           Colour illustration of Tower and bathing same as 178R8.21
           Printed: Gazette & Herald, Colour Printers, Blackpool
           Donated by Blackpool local Studies Centre
           505mm x 760mm
           NFA Collection

178R8.24   Blackpool Illuminations


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           Tourism poster left blank for overprinting early 1950s
           Colour illustration of Tower and illuminations
           Designed and Printed: Chorley & Pickersgill Ltd
           Donated by Blackpool local Studies Centre
           505mm x 760mm
           NFA Collection

178R8.25   Blackpool Illuminations
           Tourism poster left blank for overprinting early to mid 1930s
           Colour illustration of Tower and illuminations
           Designed and Printed: Gazette Blackpool
           Donated by Blackpool local Studies Centre
           505mm x 760mm
           NFA Collection

178R8.26   Blackpool Illuminations
           Tourism poster left blank for overprinting early 1950s
           Colour illustration of Tower and illuminations and Disney, Fairytale
           characters
           Designed and Printed: Gazette Printers, Blackpool
           Donated by Blackpool local Studies Centre
           505mm x 760mm
           NFA Collection

178R8.27   Blackpool Illuminations
           Tourism poster left blank for overprinting early 1950s
           Colour illustration of Tower and illuminations and Disney, Fairytale
           characters
           Designed and Printed: Gazette Printers, Blackpool
           Donated by Blackpool local Studies Centre
           505mm x 760mm
           NFA Collection

178R8.28   Blackpool Illuminations
           Tourism poster left blank for overprinting late 1930s/40s
           Colour illustration of Tower and illuminations
           Designed and Printed: Chorley & Pickersgill Ltd
           Some damage at top
           Donated by Blackpool local Studies Centre
           505mm x 760mm
           NFA Collection

178R8.29   Blackpool Illuminations
           Tourism poster left blank for overprinting late 1930s/40s
           Colour illustration of Tower and illuminations
           Designed and Printed: Gazette & Herald, Colour Printers, Blackpool
           Donated by Blackpool local Studies Centre


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           505mm x 760mm
           NFA Collection

178R8.30   Blackpool Tourism poster
           Poster to promote tourism of Britain 1963/1964
           4 photos of Blackpool scenes
           Published by The British Travel Association
           Printed: Causton Press Ltd
           Donated by Blackpool local Studies Centre
           Colour photos 510mm x 760mm
           NFA Collection

178R8.31   Blackpool Tourism poster
           Poster to promote tourism of Britain 1965/66
           4 photos of Blackpool scenes
           Published by The British Travel Association
           Printed: Causton Press Ltd
           Donated by Blackpool local Studies Centre
           Colour photos 510mm x 760mm
           NFA Collection

178R8.32   Blackpool Illuminations
           Poster for illuminations, 1969
           ‘Better than ever in ‘69’
           Colour photo of Tower and illuminations
           Donated by Blackpool Local Studies Centre
           505mm x 760mm
           NFA Collection

178R8.33   Blackpool Illuminations
           Poster for illuminations, 1969
           ‘Nightly 6th Sep. to 27th Oct.’
           Colour photo of Tower and illuminations
           Donated by Blackpool Local Studies Centre
           505mm x 760mm
           NFA Collection

178R8.34   Fifth Annual Blackpool and Fylde Show
           Stanley Park 15th-18th Aug c1950
           List of show events, mainly animal
           Photo of Mr Brian Butler on ‘Tankard’ winner of the King’s Cup at the
           International Horse Show, 1949
           Poster courtesy of the Liverpool and London Globe
           Printed: Sun Printers Ltd, London and Watford
           Donated by Blackpool Local Studies Centre
           505mm x 760mm
           NFA Collection


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178R8.35    News of the World Road Relay Race, Manchester to Blackpool
            Saturday 11th May, 1957
            List of show events, mainly animal
            Photo image of two runners
            Poster courtesy of the Liverpool and London Globe
            Printed: Leominster Printing Co., Ltd
            Donated by Blackpool Local Studies Centre
            505mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection

178R8.36


Posters On Flatbed

178R8.50    Midland Railway
            Cheap Excursions to the Seaside for Four Days, Sat Oct 2nd and 9th,
            1875
            Third class excursion tickets to Scarboro’, Whitby, Filey & Bridlington
            Printed: Bemrose and Sons, Printers, London and Derby
            Black type on yellow. 630mm x 1010mm
            NFA Collection

178R8.51    Midland Railway
            Birmingham Great Onion Fair. Thurs, Sep, 28th, 1876
            Cheap Day Excursion for three days.
            Printed: Thos. Cook & Son, Printers Etc, London, Liverpool,
            Manchester, Birmingham and Leicester
            Black type on green. 630mm x 1010mm
            NFA Collection

178R8.52   Midland Railway
            Band of Hope Gala, Peel Park, Bradford. Sat, Aug 5th, 1876
            Thos Cook & Son Cheap Excursion train to Bradford
            Printed: Thos. Cook & Son, Printers Etc, London, Liverpool,
            Manchester Birmingham and Leicester
            Black type on green. 630mm x 1010mm
            NFA Collection

178R8.53   Midland Railway
            Thames International Regatta, London. Mon Sep 2nd, 1878
            Thos Cook & Son Cheap Excursion train to London for one day
            Printed: Thos. Cook & Son, Printers Etc, Ludgate Circus, London
            Black type on green. 630mm x 1010mm
            NFA Collection



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178R8.54   Midland Railway
           International Exhibition, London. Mon Oct 5th, 1874
           Thomas Cook & Son Cheap Excursion train to London for one day
           Printed: Thos. Cook & Son, Printers Etc, London, Manchester
           Birmingham and Leicester
           Black type on green. 630mm x 1010mm
           NFA Collection

178R8.55   British Railway Poster CONSERVATION NEEDED
            The Yorkshire Coast For Holidays, 1955
            Published by the Railway Executive 9North Eastern region)
            Printed: Chorley & Pickersgill Ltd. Leeds
            Colour Illustration of couple with photographs by Armengol
            630mm x 1010mm
            NFA Collection

178R8.56   Blackpool Illuminations Poster
           5th Sep-26th Oct, 1969
           Poster left blank at bottom for extra information
           Colour photograph 630mm x 1010mm
           Donated by Blackpool city council

178R8.57   Blackpool Illuminations Poster SOME CONSERVATION NEEDED
            16th Sep-24th Oct, 1969
            Poster left blank at bottom for extra information
            Colour illustration 634mm x 1010mm
            Donated by Blackpool city council

178R8.58   Blackpool Illuminations Poster IN TOP OF THE BILL-DETAILS
            NEEDED
            Donated by Blackpool city council

178R8.59    Senior Railcards
            Poster to promote railcards c2000s
            Colour picture of old man and lady on a galloper
            635mm x 1015mm
            NFA Collection




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Box Office cards. Hippodrome and Others 178R10
178R10.1   Hippodrome Islington
           Monday 9th Nov, 1908
           Fred Karno’s Celebrated Co, of Comedians and Comediennes in
           ‘London Suburbia’
           Also bioscope with new films
           Ernie Mayne, comedian
           Grace Shelson-Soubrette
           Freres Borghetti-acrobats.
           1pp. red and blue. 256mm x 377mm
           NFA collection

178R10.2   Hippodrome Ipswich
           Programme for week commencing Monday, Feb 3rd, c1947
           Sidney Burns’ Circus.
           Featuring: Australian Air Aces
           Swami & Shelia-rope spinning and knife throwing.
           Four Atlas-Swedish Acrobatic Equilibrists
           Olga Varona-Australia’s Queen of the air
           Daniel Dubsky and company-Continental Clown
           Betty Kayes Pekinese
           Eva May Wong-China’s Sweetest Personality
           Emily and her ponies
           Derrick Rosaire presenting Tony the golden horse of the West
           Printed: W. E. Berry Ltd. Nesfield Printing Works, Bradford.
           1pp. red and blue. 211mm x 343mm
           NFA collection

178R10.3   Hippodrome Ipswich
           Programme for week commencing Monday, Mar 8th, c1947
           Evelyn Laye-famous musical comedy star
           Duart Sisters & Marie-thrills in the air
           Harry Mooney with Victor King-comedian
           Mills Sisters & Michael
           Harry Bailey-Ireland’s leading comedian
           Gunn & Hawkins-Comedy Acrobatic
           Bud Cordell-Crazy cartoonist
           Sydney Shaw-BBC Harmonica Virtuoso
           Printed: W. E. Berry Ltd. Nesfield Printing Works, Bradford.
           1pp. red and blue. 253mm x 293mm
           NFA collection

178R10.4   Hippodrome Ipswich
           Programme for week commencing Monday, May 19th, c1947
           The Famous BBC Armchair Detective. Radio’s Newest Star Ernest
           Dudley & Co. The Mystery Man with ten million fans in a


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           sensational comedy thriller sketch.
           Pepino and his miniature circus.
           Alan Melville-ventriloquist
           Ian Mclean-comedian
           Marian Rivers & Jimmy Lee-hillbilly nonsense
           Donna Sisters
           Jack Ledair-the amusing trickologist
           Printed: Tribe Bros. Ltd., London & St. Albans
           1pp. red and blue. 253mm x 383mm
           NFA collection

178R10.5   Hippodrome Ipswich
           Programme for week commencing Monday, Feb 23rd, c1948
           Harry Roy and his Band
           Freddy Black-juggler
           Raydini-comedy with a touch of magic
           Earle and Babette-international dancing stars
           Al Heath and Sylvia Deane
           3 Robertis-fast continental acro-Speciality
           Printed: W. E. Berry Ltd. Nesfield Printing Works, Bradford.
           1pp. red and blue. 255mm x 295mm
           NFA collection

178R10.6   Hippodrome Ipswich
           Programme for week commencing Monday, May 17th, c1948
           Leon Cortez (Shakespeare). Radio’s eminent authority on the
           works of the immortal bard.
           Morton Fraser and his Harmonica.
           George Betton-the popular comedian
           3 relations
           Stevano-acrobatic juggler
           Vernon sisters-speciality dancers
           Radio’s Latest Comedy Sensation the School for Shakespeare
           presented by Leon Cortez & Coy.
           Printed: W. E. Berry Ltd. Nesfield Printing Works, Bradford.
           1pp. red and blue. 253mm x 286mm
           NFA collection

178R10.7   Hippodrome Ipswich
           Programme for week commencing Monday, Jun 14th, c1948
           Wally Patch in Peace Comes to Peckham by R.F. Delderfield.
           Printed: Ludo press Ltd. London
           1pp. red and blue. Illus. 253mm x 380mm
           NFA collection

178R10.8   Hippodrome Ipswich
           Programme for week commencing Monday, Jul 4th, c1949


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            Michael Sullivan and William Roberton present Ice Carnival
            ‘A Whirlwind Tour of Iceland with a Terrific Cast of Stars of the
            Ice.’
            1pp. pink, dark and light blue. Illus. 260mm x 387mm
            NFA collection

178R10.9    Hippodrome Ipswich
            Programme commencing Monday, 12th Sep, c1949
            The Carroll Levis Show compared by Cyril Levis
            Personal Appearance of William Graham ‘Just William’ of the
            screen
            Local talent contest
            Printed: Rieb Bros., Ltd., London & St. Albans.
            Some mould damage
            1pp. illus. red, yellow and blue. 252mm x 380mm
            NFA collection

178R10.10   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Programme for week commencing Monday, Jul 12th, c1948
            Carroll Levis Britain’s Star-maker presents Stars of Tomorrow
            Introduced by the brilliant new young compare bob Andrews
            featuring some All winners from the Carroll Levis radio show.
            Archie Elray assisted by Dorothy-your family ventriloquist
            Les Marcellis
            Grand local talent contest
            Lloyd Brothers-musical Melange
            Duncan and Dukes-dancing dynamos
            Benny Craven-radio deceiver
            Freddie Stobbs-comedian
            And Carroll Levis’ latest and greatest BBC Discoveries.
            Printed: W. E. Berry Ltd. Nesfield Printing Works, Bradford.
            1pp. red and blue. 253mm x 286mm
            NFA collection

178R10.11   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Programme for week commencing Monday, Feb 27th, 1950
            ‘French Capers’ a gay saucy revue with a continental flavour
            Eltham and Sharpe-radio star comedians
            Margit Kollar-Hungarian Dancer
            Marianne-the exotic Parisienne dancer
            Cahrmaine-contortionist from Paris casino
            Andy Patterson
            Ted Da Costa
            The Magyar Ballet
            The Merry Three-vaudeville's craziest vocalists
            The Eight Bal Tabarin Breauties
            Doreen and Sylvia Stephens


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            Leslie Lightfoot
            The Two Rexanos
            The Montmatre Models
            Printed: Wilson’s, Nottingham
            1pp. red and blue. 302mm x252mm
            NFA collection

178R10.12   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Programme for week commencing Monday, Aug 14th, c1950
            Will Murray presents ‘Casey’s Court’ a street urchin’s idea of
            producing a music hall show.
            1pp. red and blue. 254mm x 320mm
            NFA collection

178R10.13   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Programme for week commencing Monday, Aug. 21st, c1950
            Jack Elmont presents ‘Mr. Lovejoy in Paris’
            ‘A super continental revue with Harry Korris and Elva Sheridan
            Printed: Inprint Ltd., Ger
            1pp. mauve print on pink card. 254mm x 383mm
            NFA collection

178R10.14   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Programme for week commencing Monday, Aug. 28th, c1950
            ‘Laugh it off’-a great strips and comics show
            Billy Caryll and Hilda Mundy-the world’s greatest lovers
            Lew Lake presents a burlesque of an old time music hall ‘Those
            Were The days’ featuring Arthur Stott
            Dickie & Fred Blair-something to sing about
            Annette’s Original presentation of nudes in exotic poses
            Phil Marks-phoney fiddler
            Eddie Bayes-The ‘Gangster’ comedian
            8 Scala girls
            Printed: W. E. Berry Ltd. Nesfield Printing Works, Bradford.
            1pp. Red, Blue and yellow. 253mm x 314mm
            NFA collection

178R10.15   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Programme for week commencing Monday, Sep 18th, c1950
            Don’t be Shy Girls! Cast includes Les and Dave Hoult-everybody’s
            favourite review comedians
            Three Cyclonics-fun at the football final
            Gene & Terry-the personality girls in rhythm
            Ben Conway & Joan Markham-modern music with glamour
            Momo Beams’ Shy Young Ladies
            Mimi Day
            Delmont’s original Can-Can Girls


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            Pam Winters
            Bert, Bert & Bert-Britain’s Crazy Comedians
            Printed: W. E. Berry Ltd. Nesfield Printing Works, Bradford.
            1pp. red and blue. 254mm x 315mm
            NFA collection

178R10.16   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Programme for week commencing Monday, Oct 2nd, 1950
            Lee Brooklyn presiding over ‘Brooklyn Vanities: Going Comme Ci
            Comme Ca’
            Jill Manners-the famous revue and comedy actress
            Michel-the American xylo-fun-ist
            Syd England
            Viviane Dale
            Mdme. Annette Duval presents the Glamorous Brooklyn
            Debutantes
            The McKenna trio
            Edwina Stockwell
            Al Brandon
            Joe Poynton-the belligerent irascible comedian
            Printed: Phil Hudson Publicity Service, 142 Charing Cross Road,
            WC2
            1pp. red and Black. illus. 245mm x 375mm
            NFA collection

178R10.17   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Programme for week commencing Monday, Oct 23rd, c1950
            A.A. Shenburn presents Renee Paskin’s ‘Come to the Show’
            With: Albert Grant, Renee Beck etc.
            Printed: Ford and Branch Ltd. Gloucester.
            1pp. red and blue. 244mm x 380mm
            NFA collection

178R10.18   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Programme for week commencing Monday, Oct 16th, 1950
            ‘Seeing is Believing’
            Presented by Reggie Dennis & Will Collins
            The American Spitfires
            The Denvers
            Al Marshall and Lana etc.
            ‘The Man You Cannot Hang!! The World’s Greatest Knife
            Throwers.’
            Printed: Taylors of Wombwell
            1pp. red, black and yellow. 244mm x 380mm
            NFA collection

178R10.19   Hippodrome Ipswich


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            Programme for week commencing Monday, Dec 18th, 1950
            ‘Strippingly Saucy’ featuring a cast of the most outstanding
            English
            And Continental Artistes.
            Printed: Geo Allen, Printer, Brimington, Chesterfield
            1pp. red, black and yellow. 249mm x 390mm
            NFA collection

178R10.20   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Programme for Pantomime 1950
            Cinderella
            Joy Hope as Cinderella
            Nick franks as Buttons
            Printed: Echo Press Ltd, Loughborough
            1pp. red and green. 253mm x 380mm
            NFA collection

178R10.21   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Week commencing Mon 19th Feb, c1951
            Sidney Burns for B.D. Productions presents
            ‘Why Go to Paris?’ The Most Daring and Exotic revue
            Mamie & Aliyce Dey-radio’s new comedy team
            Bob & Buddy Bruce-Half wits, half harmony
            Haynes & Gardener-Two misleading ladies
            Joyce Maxwell-music and Glamour
            The Ramoni Girls-direct from the Follies Bergere
            Printed: Willson’s Printers, Leicester
            1pp. illus. red and blue. 253mm x 376mm
            NFA collection

178R10.22   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Week commencing Mon 6th Aug, c1951
            Sidney Burns for Burns Variety and Cinema Agency Ltd. ‘Tempts’
            you To see an unusual French Revue, entitled ‘Don’t Tempt Me’
            Dickie Arnold & Mickie Warren-the unexploded atoms of fun!
            Pauline Penny-‘Temptress No1’
            Max Moran & his French Mannequins-the celebrated Lightening
            Dress Designer
            Syd & Ron Maxwell-acrobatic musicians
            Lilo & Marie-belles ‘exotique’
            Billy Wells-Harlem’s Highlight
            Printed: Willson’s Printers, Leicester
            1pp. illus. red and blue. 253mm x 380mm
            NFA collection

178R10.23   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Week commencing Mon 10th Sep, c1951


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            Strike a Nude Note-an English Presentation with a spicy Latin
            American Flavour.
            Cyril Dowler-popular revue comedian
            Rhoda Rogers-streamlined sex appeal
            Billy Hancox-the brilliant BBC blind pianist
            Sam Linfield and company-all aboard for laughs
            Printed: W.E. Berry, Ltd., Nesfield Printing Works, Bradford
            1pp. illus. red and blue. 250mm x 310mm
            NFA collection

178R10.24   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Week commencing Mon 15th Oct, c1951
            Gaston & Andree present French Follies. The sensational and
            spectacular French Revue.
            Dave & Joe O’Gorman-laughter in the roar
            Dudley Dale and his gang of boy singers and comedians.
            Three Hicks-the music master
            Kirk Stevens with golden voice
            The De Lelo Ballet
            1pp. illus. red and blue. 253mm x 380mm
            NFA collection

178R10.25   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Week commencing Mon 18th Feb, c1952
            Michael Sullivan presents The Big Show. A Star Studded top
            speed Entertainment.
            Western Brothers ‘Kenneth & George’
            Leslie Sarony
            Stanelli and others
            1pp. illus. red, black and yellow. 253mm x 353mm
            NFA collection

178R10.26   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Week commencing Mon 3rd Mar, c1952
            Hinge’s Productions Ltd. present something new in Review
            ‘Spotlight Scandals’ focused on fun
            Featuring: Ted Lune-the screamline Lank
            Ted Ascott-always a Gentleman
            Billie Ponds-Australia’s pin-up girl and others
            Printed: Taylor’s Printers Wombwell, Yorks
            1pp. illus. red and blue. 253mm x 380mm
            NFA collection

178R10.27   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Programme commencing Monday, 24th Mar, c1952
            Sidney Burns for B.D. Productions presents
            ‘This is the Life’-the daring and exotic review


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            Tony Dalton-Lancashire’s Spot of Nonsense
            Billy Wells-Harlem’s Highlight
            Dorothy Still-the singing accordionist and others
            Printed: Willson’s, Printers, Leicester
            1pp. illus. red, yellow and blue. 250mm x 377mm
            NFA collection

178R10.28   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Week commencing Mon 1st Sep, c1952
            Billy Danvers-cheeky, cheery, chubby chappy
            Renee Houston & Donald Stewart
            Melody Rays-from televisions shop window
            Chris & Eddie de Vere-get happy
            Edwardo Asquez-the famous tenor from Vic Oliver’s show
            Lees and Carol-youth in action
            The 4 Nordics-sensational acrobats
            Printed: Phil Hudson Publicity Service, 142 Charing Cross Road,
            WC2
            1pp. illus. red and black. 255mm x 380mm
            NFA collection

178R10.29   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Week commencing Mon 22nd Sep, c1952
            Clacton Pier present Mrs. E. Kingsmans famous
            ‘Ocean Revue’
            The Summer show.
            Printed: Willson’s Printers Leicester
            1pp. red and blue. 252mm x 380mm
            NFA collection

178R10.30   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Week commencing Mon 13th Oct, c1952
            Cyril Dower-the popular revue comedian
            Rhoda Rogers-the personality girl
            Barry Edwards and Sandra-creating an impression
            The Gorgeous Godiva Glamour Girls
            Betty & Alan-balancing for two
            Kenny Noble & Del Denister-the voice and the music
            Billy Hancox-Brilliant BBC Blind Pianist
            Printed: Central Printing Co. (Chas Sowden) Ltd. Burnley, Lancs
            1pp. illus. red, pink, yellow and blue. 252mm x 380mm
            NFA collection

178R10.31   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Week commencing Mon 2nd Feb, c1953
            Felix Mendlesson and his Hawian Serenades
            ‘The Most Romantic Band in Radioland’


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            Printed: W. E. Barry Ltd. Nesfield Printing Works, Bradford
            1pp. red and blue. 252mm x 297mm
            NFA collection

178R10.32   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Week commencing Mon 16th Feb, 1953
            Court Productions Happily Announce
            ‘No Tax on Laughter’
            Terry ‘Toby Jug’ Cantor & Company-comedians
            Desiree et Pierre-the rage of the continent
            Lois Bard with the 5 golden chords-singing sensation
            Jana-thrills in the air
            Hal Swain-the Maestro himself with a smile, a song, a sax
            The Marie de Vere trio-glamour & Rhythm
            The Hintonis-Fun in the balance
            Yellow sticker stating that Desiree with Pierre ‘will definitely
            dance. ‘The dance that was banned’.
            1pp. red and blue. 253mm x 322mm
            NFA collection

178R10.33   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Week commencing Mon 23rd Feb, 1953
            Don Ross’s Load of Mischief
            ‘Here Come The Girls’
            Featuring Jack Anton and those 20 gorgeous gals
            Printed: Taylors Printers. Wombwell, Yorks
            1pp. illus. red and blue. 252mm x 380mm
            NFA collection

178R10.34   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Week commencing Mon 23rd Mar, 1953
            Frederick Ferrari-‘The Voice’ from the Charlie Chester show
            With Hal Chambers at the piano.
            Arthur Tolcher-Harmonica wizard
            Two Nadias-jugglers
            Walters Comedy Dogs and Monkey
            Joe Lawman & Joy-Australian Comedy
            Jimmy Mac & Frank-comedians
            Hazel and Audrey Ross
            Billy Maxman-young comedian
            Printed: W.E. Berry, Ltd., Nesfield Printing Works, Bradford
            1pp. red and blue. 252mm x 380mm
            NFA collection

178R10.35   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Week commencing Mon 27th April, 1953
            Great Radio-Television Star show


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            Kordites-famous BBC stars from Variety Fanfare
            Norman Thomas and Chris Gill-the Coloured Entertainers from
            BBC Club Ebony
            Shek Ben Ali-‘nobody Inside, Nobody Outside’
            Ruby and Wylatt-continental adagio act and comedy dog
            Billy Dainty-new style comedian
            Zio Angels
            Bob Grey-BBC’s unusual impressionist
            Flo Whiteley presents ‘the Phantom Guard’. Variety’s greatest
            speciality
            Printed: Willson’s Printers, Leicester.
            1pp. red and blue. 252mm x 380mm
            NFA collection

178R10.36   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Week commencing Mon 6th April c1953
            Mother Goose and her Golden Eggs on Ice
            Britain’s greatest Artistes & Ice Skaters in the Most Spectacular
            Ice Show ever seen in a Theatre.
            Printed: The Luso Press Ltd. London
            1pp. red and blue with colour illus. 252mm x 380mm
            NFA collection

178R10.37   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Week commencing Mon 15th June, 1953
            Presented by D.J. Piddock Productions
            ‘The Naughtiest Night of Your Life’-a real bag-full of Parisienne
            Pleasures
            Pauline Penny and Barry Piddock
            Printed: W.E. Berry, Ltd., Nesfield Printing Works, Bradford
            1pp. red and blue. 248mm x 310mm
            NFA collection

178R10.38   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Week commencing Mon 29th June, 1953
            Sidney Burns for Burns Variety and Cinema Agency Ltd.
            ‘Paree for Me’ a revue that puts the ‘Fizz’ in fizzy
            Dickie Arnold-Full o’ Fun
            Mickie Warren-just bubbling over
            The Lush Thrushes-beauty hits the note
            Gaye & van etc.
            Printed: Willson’s Printers, Leicester
            1pp. red, yellow and blue. 248mm x 310mm
            NFA collection

178R10.39   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Week commencing Mon 6th July, 1953


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            A little of What You Fancy
            Starring the laughter man in person Lauri Lupino Lane
            Mark Pasquin-singer
            George Truzzi-juggler
            The Eight Marie de Vere Girls and others
            Printed: The ‘Perfecta’ Press, Camberwell Road, London
            1pp. red and blue. 203mm x 303mm
            NFA collection

178R10.40   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Week commencing Mon 13th June, c1953
            Cyril Fletcher and Betty Astell in their coronation ‘Masquerade’
            Devised with music by Betty Astell Dances by Nina Walton
            With: Nita Valerie-comedienne
            Gordon Holdom-baritone
            Ian Francis-the voice of the stars
            Bunny Reeves-the new Star Comedian
            Printed: G & M Organ, Theatrical Printers, Wrington, Bristol
            1pp. red and blue. 253mm x 380mm
            NFA collection

178R10.41   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Week commencing Mon 27th July, 1953
            Harry Dennis presents ‘Roundabout Piccadilly’
            Jimmy Lee-comedian with Marion Rivers
            The Macarton Brothers-Acrobats
            The Two Torontos and others
            Printed: Perfect Press, London
            1pp. red and blue. 205mm x 305mm
            NFA collection

178R10.42   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Week commencing Mon 14th Sep, 1953
            Follies Montmatre. The naughtiest show in town.
            The Sensational Sugar-baby Zou-Zou presenting for the first
            Time out of Harlem the Tassel Dance.
            Printed: Geo Allen, Printer, Brimington, Chesterfield
            1pp. red and blue. 240mm x 380mm
            NFA collection

178R10.43   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Week commencing Mon 21st Sep, c1953
            Clacton Pier present Mrs. E. Kingsman’s famous ‘Ocean Revue’.
            Printed: Willson’s, Printers, Leicester
            1pp. red and blue. 253mm x 375mm
            NFA collection




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178R10.44   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Week commencing Mon 12th Oct, 1953
            ‘See You To-night’ with the stars of the BBC feature ‘Appy ‘arf
            Hour’
            Leon Cortez-Radio’s professor of the H’arts
            Doreen Harris-radio’s sweetheart of song
            Nat Gonella-Britain’s ace trumpeter and others
            Printed: Richard Whewll 9Bolton) limited
            1pp. red, yellow, black and blue. 253mm x 378mm
            NFA collection

178R10.45   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Programme commencing Monday, 19th Oct, 1953
            ‘Gulliver’s travels of 1953’. The famous midget revue
            With a cast of ‘Little guys and little dolls’
            Joe King as Gulliver.
            Printed: Taylor of Wombwell, Yorks
            1pp. illus. red and blue. 253mm x 383mm
            NFA collection

178R10.46   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Programme commencing Monday, 9th Nov, 1953
            Piccadilly Enterprises Ltd. in Assoc. With Tom Moss present
            ‘Whirl’s Splashes and Girls’
            Tom Moss and others
            ’10.000 gallons of water on the stage’
            Printed: Central Printing Co. (Chas. Sowden) Ltd., Burnley,
            Lancs.
            1pp. colour illus. 250mm x 380mm
            NFA collection

178R10.47   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Programme commencing Monday, 16th Nov, 1953
            Dick Ray, Harry Dennis & Barrie Baldrick present
            ‘Something you have never seen before we guarantee and
            evening of
            Sheer delight The Most Beautiful Show Touring on the new wide
            screen in the flesh Venus in transformation presented by La Burl’
            Jack Grieve-the fool of the family
            Noon Bros. Musical Magnets
            Josie-a thing of beauty is a joy for ever
            Larry Marsh and Anne Lorraine-the young idea
            The Sensational Prince Zahoor-greatest thrill ever
            Girls from the Moulin Rouge
            Joe Stein-from the chain gang
            Printed: The ‘Perfecta’ press, Camberwell Road, London
            1pp. illus. red and blue. 253mm x 375mm


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            NFA collection

178R10.48   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Programme commencing Monday, 23rd Nov, c1953
            Robert Bros. Hip Hip Zoo Ray Circus
            Including: Herd of baby elephants
            Sidney the only boxing kangaroo in the world
            Group of performing bears presented by Captain Simmons.
            Printed by; W.E. Berry Ltd. Bradford.
            1pp. illus colour. 253mm x 383mm
            NFA collection

178R10.49   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Programme commencing Monday, 1st Feb, 1954
            Paul Raymond Presents Britain’s most talked about singing star
            Monty Norman-Columbia’s new singing sensation
            Johnny Roberts-at the piano
            Coral and Valerie-dancing stars
            Stevano & Partner-Balance is his business
            Charles Cole-TV’s own Cartoonist
            Two Morelands-Classical Equilibrists
            Windy Blow-TV’s Funniest Comedy Star
            Syd Makin-Man o’ the News
            Grease mark on left hand side
            Printed: The Vaudeville Printing Co., 156, Charing Cross Road,
            WC
            1pp. red and blue. 245mm x 378mm
            NFA collection

178R10.50   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Programme commencing Monday, 15th Mar, 1954
            Jack Gillam (Entertainments) Ltd.
            Snow White introducing the Seven Dwarfs
            1pp. colour illus. 252mm x 380mm
            NFA collection

178R10.51   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Programme commencing Monday, 22nd Mar, 1954
            Don Ross’s bit of Nonsense
            ‘It’s Great to be Young!’
            Featuring Billy Dainty, Peter Ross and 20 Gorgeous Gals
            Printed: Taylors, Printers, Wombwell, Yorks
            1pp. illus. red and blue. 252mm x 380mm
            NFA collection

178R10.52   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Programme commencing Monday, 5th April, 1954


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            Don Ross’s new epic of girls and fun
            ‘Girls! Glorious Girls!
            With that great little comic Jack Anton
            Printed: Taylors, Printers, Wombwell, Yorks
            1pp. illus. red and blue. 252mm x 380mm
            NFA collection

178r10.53   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Programme commencing Monday, 5th June, 1950
            ‘Fanny get Your Fun’
            Davy Kaye-Comedian
            Hazel Wilson-Singer
            Derek Dixon-Drummer Boy
            Ken Flower-Rhythm Fingers and others
            1pp. illus. red and black. 252mm x 375mm
            NFA collection

178R10.54   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Programme commencing Monday, 12th April, 1954
            ‘You Must Not Touch’ but you can see the secrets of the
            nudist colony.
            Nudes in 3D and big comedy and glamour cast
            1pp. illus. red and black. 252mm x 375mm
            NFA collection

178R10.55   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Programme commencing Monday, 26th April, 1954
            Cyril Dowler presents a revue that is daringly different
            ‘Bearskins & Bikinis (Taking off To-night)’
            Cyril Dowler-the Hothead
            Rhoda Rogers-The Redhead
            Billy Hancock-The BBC Blind Pianist
            The Flying Renoes-Sensational Aerial and others
            Printed: Central Printing Co. (Chas. Sowden) Ltd., Burnley,
            Lancs.
            1pp. illus. red, yellow and blue. 250mm x 380mm
             NFA collection

178R10.56   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Programme commencing Monday, 10th May, 1954
            Lee Lawrence-famous BBC and ‘Decca’ recording star
            Len Goodwin at the piano
            Two Nadias-jugglers de Luxe
            The Amazing Celeste-the telepathic wonder of the age
            Raydini-the Gay Deceiver
            Bunty St Clair-staircase dancer
            Sally & Charles-Continental Equilibrists


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            Includes search for a voice competition
            Printed: tribe Bros. Ltd., London & St Albans
            1pp. illus. red, yellow and blue. 252mm x 375mm
            NFA collection

178R10.57   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Programme commencing Monday, 17th May, c1954
            Renee Paskin presents ‘Come to the Show’
            Including Jack Francois
            Fred Hugh
            Sonny Farrar
            Printed: G. & M. Organ, theatrical Printers, Wrington
            1pp. illus. red and blue. 252mm x 380mm
            NFA collection
178R10.58   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Programme commencing Monday, 14th June, c1954
            Come and Meet ‘Mr Words and Mr Music’
            Benny Lee-TV and radio star
            Robin Richmond-the family favourite
            The Graham Brothers and others
            Printed: Richard Whewell (Bolton) Limited
            1pp. illus. red, yellow and blue. 252mm x 380mm
            NFA collection

178R10.59   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Programme commencing Monday, 21st June, 1954
            Jack Gillam (Entertainments) Ltd presents
            ‘Beauty on Duty’-a revue of laughter and lovelies
            Danny Young-the popular film and revue comedian
            Margi Morris- ‘Miss Versatility’
            Gabrielle Webb-‘Miss Melody’ and others
            Printed: Electric (Modern) Printing Co. Ltd. (TU) Manchester
            1pp. red and blue. 252mm x 380mm
            NFA collection

178R10.60   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Programme commencing Monday, 5th July, 1954
            Paul Raymond presents ‘Folies Parisiennes’
            Jimmy Mack-comedian
            Ragoldi Brothers-Continental Comedians
            ‘The Strip-Tease Spectacle of the 20th Century’
            Printed: George Allen (Printers) Ltd., Brimington Chesterfield
            1pp. red and blue. 252mm x 380mm
            NFA collection

178R10.61   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Programme commencing Monday, 26th July, c1954


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              Joe Wayman presents a Crazy Road Show ‘The Loony Show’
              Featuring the 12 Loonies
              Printed: Tribe Bros., Ltd., London & St. Albans.
              1pp. red and black on yellow. 252mm x 378mm
              NFA collection

178R10.62     Hippodrome Ipswich
              Programme commencing Monday, 9th Aug, 1954
              Harry Dennis & Dick Ray present the most colourful and fastest
              Revue touring
              ‘Gangway to Glamour’
              Danny O’Dea-Comedian
              The Franklins-music Novelty
              Bob and Rita Ream-Thrills in the air, and others
              Printed: The ‘Perfecta’ Press, Camberwell Road, London
              1pp. red and blue. 252mm x 380mm
              NFA collection

178R10.63     Hippodrome Ipswich
              Programme commencing Monday, 16th August, c1954
              Dick Richards and Edwin Hicks present the Famous Army
              Musical Show
              ‘Kiss Me Goodnight Sergeant Major!’
              Printed: Taylors, Printers, Wombwell, Yorks
              1pp. red and blue. 250mm x 377mm
              NFA collection

178R10.64     Hippodrome Ipswich
              Programme commencing Monday, 23rd Aug, 1954
              Dick Richards and Edwin Hicks present the most daring show of
              The Year ‘Comic Strip’ with the 8 French nudes
              Al Dexter & Des Dale, ‘A fool and His Foil’
              Printed: Taylors, Printers, Wombwell, Yorks
              1pp. red and blue. 252mm x 380mm
              NFA collection

178R10.65     Hippodrome Ipswich
              Programme commencing Monday, 6th Sep, 1954
              A.D. Productions present ‘Hotter than Paris!’
              Printed: Taylors, Printers, Wombwell, Yorks
              1pp. red and blue. 252mm x 380mm
              NFA collection

178R10.66 Hippodrome Ipswich
         Programme commencing Monday, 13th Sep, c1954
         Stardust Productions invite you to see and hear the Doubles of your
          favourite Hollywood Stars.


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            Compared by Eddie Lee
            1pp. red and blue. 252mm x 380mm
            NFA collection

178R10.67 Hippodrome Ipswich
         Programme commencing Monday, 27th Sep, c1954
         Clacton Pier Present
         Ocean Revue with Wally Dunn
         Printed: Willson’s Printers, Leicester
         1pp. red and blue. 252mm x 380mm
         NFA collection

178R10.68 Hippodrome Ipswich
         Programme commencing Monday, 27th Dec, c1954
         A.A. Shenburn presents his seventh annual pantomime
         Red Riding Hood
         Hal Jones as Simple Simon
         Jack Sherwin as ‘Dame Trot’
         Printed: Taylors, Colour Printers, Wombwell, Yorks
         1pp. red and blue with colour illustration. 252mm x 380mm
         NFA collection

178R10.69 Hippodrome Ipswich
         Programme commencing Monday, 12th Nov, 1956
         Frankie Vaughan
         ‘Family variety. No vulgarity, no nudes’.
         Printed: G. & M. Organ, Theatrical Printers, Wrington, Bristol.
         1pp. red and green. 252mm x 380mm
         NFA collection

178R10.70      Hippodrome Birmingham
               Programme for week commencing Mon 29th May,
               Allan Jones-Hollywood Singing Star
               Warron Latona and Sparks
               Dolaire-glamorous aerialist
               Johnson Clark-the squire ventriloquist
               Bebe & Belle
               Joy Jackley & Seth Jee
               Hackford and Doyle
               Cookes Pony Revue
               Jack (Hubert) Watson
               Photo. 253mm x 380mm
               NFA Collection

Other Venues

178R10.100 New Cross Empire


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            Programme commencing 30th June, 1942
            Northern Presentations present Housewives’ Choice.
            Frank E Franks-comedian
            Afrique-impressionist
            Johnson Clarke ventriloquist
            Yetta Olyet-on the Globe
            Dom Ameigo-and his harp
            The Five Internationals-on the trampoline
            The Four Flying Siblons
            Slim Haris
            Gene Byne and Hubby in Family Affairs
            Printed: Tribe Bros ltd. London & St. Albans.
            1pp, blue and red, 254mm x 380mm
            NFA Collection

178R10.101 Empire Sunderland.
          Programme for Weekend commencing 24th May c1954
          Pete Collins says ‘Would You Believe it!’
          Includes the Tallest woman
          The Human Ostrich
          The woman with ten brains
          The Worlds Fattest Family
          Printed: tribe Bros, Ltd., London & St. Albans.
          1pp red, blue, yellow and black
          NFA Collection

178R10.102 Grand Doncaster
          Programme for week commencing c1957
          Jack Gillam (Entertainments) Ltd. presents
          The Show of Lovelies and laughter ‘Fine Feathers (Make Fine Birds)
          With; Hal Blue
          Marie Joy
          Ricky Johnson
          Wyn Adair
          1pp, illus, green, blue and red. 252mm x 380mm
          NFA Collection

178R10.103 Empire Theatre, Portsmouth
          Week commencing Monday, March 3rd, 1958
          Allen Modley-Yorkshire’s Famous Radio & television Comedian
          Frank Formby-comedian, brother of George
          James Crossini presents ‘Beaute De Femmes’ Glamour Show
          1pp, red, yellow and black. 255mm x 380mm
          NFA Collection

178R10.104 Hippodrome, Birmingham
          Programme for Monday June 2nd, c1958


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          Shirley Bassey and others
          1pp, illus, blue, red and orange. 250mm x 380mm
          NFA Collection

178R10.105 Hippodrome Brighton
         For two weeks commencing Monday, 6th July, c1963/64
         ‘Putting on the Donegan’
         Lonnie Donegan
         Mark Wynter
         Don Arrol
         Joe Church
         The Kestrels
         Ravis & Babs
         Printed: Electric (modern) Printing Co. Ltd., Manchester
         1pp. illus. 254mm x 383mm
         NFA collection

178R10.106 Winter Gardens, Morecambe
          For 2 weeks Commencing 5th July, 1954
          The New Sensational Folies Bergere revue
          ‘Paris to Piccadilly’
          Colour illus, 260mm x 378mm
          NFA collection

178R10.107 Winter Gardens, Morecambe
          Week Commencing Mon 26th Mar, 1951
          Lee Lawrence-singing Star
          Billy Russell and others
          Red and blue. 255mm x 320mm
          NFA collection

178R10.108 Winter Gardens, Margate
          Week Commencing Mon 18th Aug, 1958
          Petula Clark, Bernard Miles
          Arthur Worsley and others
          Red and yellow. 250mm x 380mm
          NFA collection

178R10.109    Empire Sunderland
              Week Commencing Mon 21st June, 1954
              The New Sensational Folies Bergere Revue
              Colour illus. 250mm x 380mm
              NFA collection

178R10.110    Empire Sunderland
              Week Commencing Mon 5th Sep, c1950s
              Ladies for Hire by Dudley Harcourt


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             Colour illus. 250mm x 380mm
             NFA collection

178R10.111   Empire Sunderland
             Week Commencing Mon 17th Oct, c1950s
             Paul Raymond presents Jean Pierre Le Jacques Fabulous Montmatre
             Revue from Paris
             Purple and yellow illus. 250mm x 380mm
             NFA collection

178R10.112   Empire Sunderland
             Week Commencing Mon 19th Mar, c1950s
             La Ronde Glamoresque
             Red and yellow illus. 250mm x 380mm
             NFA collection

178R10.113   Empire Sunderland
             Week Commencing Mon 28th May, 1956
             Paul Raymond Vanities of 1956 ‘Paris After Dark’
             Black print with photos. 250mm x 380mm
             NFA collection

178R10.114   Winter Gardens Morecambe
             Week Commencing Mon 13th July, c1950s
             A new Revue ‘Open the Cage’ with Arthur English and Monsewer
             Eddie Gray
             Red, Blue and yellow. Photos. 250mm x 380mm
             NFA collection

178R10.115   Winter Gardens Morecambe
             Week Commencing Mon 9th June, c1947
             Bernard Delfont presents Wilfred Pickles in ‘Have a Go’
             Red and blue. illus. 250mm x 380mm
             NFA collection

178R10.116   Winter Gardens Morecambe
             Week Commencing Mon 24th Sep, c1950s
             Carroll Levis Presenting his star-studded radio show
             and others
             Red, Blue and yellow. Photo. 250mm x 380mm
             NFA collection

178R10.117   Collins Music Hall Islington Green, London
             Programme for week commencing 22nd Apr, 1940
             International Cavalcade. A Merry-go-round of Mirth, Melody and
             Glamour
             Dick Montague-comedian


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             Dumarte & Denzar-Two Saucy Frenchmen
             Millie Jackson’s Streamline 8
             Cora Craven
             Duncan & Taylor-taps in Rhythm
             Kit-Kat and his saxophone Rascals
             Mdlle. Rubina-Artistic Dancer
             Chris Wortman
             Under the Sea Ballet and Persina Slave Market
             Colour illus. 230mm x 344mm
             NFA Archive

Smaller Cardboard Box

178R10.200   Argyle Birkenhead
             Programme for Mon 10th May, 1937
             Coronation Broadcast
             Billy Reid and his Accordian Band featuring Dorothy Squires Billy
             Panama & Vera
             Jack Daly-Irish Film Star Comedian
             Robert Ashley-Famous Radio Star
             Hartley & Miller-‘in Dancing Mood’
             Walter Niblo-Yorkshire Comedian
             Ivy Hadfield-clever Child Xylophonist
             Holt & Maurice-‘Good Compnay’
             Tom Clarke’s Spectacular ‘Coronation Parade’
             Printed: Sam Griffith, 16 School Lane, Liverpool
             Red and Blue Print 315mm x 510mm
             NFA Collection




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Charles Taylor Collection
Taylor’s of Wombwell

Taylor’s of Wombwell began as a small printing press in the 1890s specializing in
advertising local events. By the mid-1920s they were one of the leading printers of
entertainment industry advertising in the United Kingdom with music hall,
fairground and circus showmen among their national client base. The beautifully-
drawn chromolithographic pantomime posters are part of the Charles Taylor
Collection, which provides a fascinating visual record of how travelling
entertainment forms were marketed throughout the twentieth century.

Guide:

A1 pantomime 1-28
A1 circus – 29-131
A1 fairs – 132-138 (scope to 148)
A1 variety – 150-214

A3 pantomime 300-339 (scope to 399)
A3 circus 400- (scope to 499)
A3 fair 500- (scope to 599)
A3 theatre 600- (scope to 649)

A2 mix 650-679 (scope to 699)

A0 pantomime 700-705
A0 circus 800-805
A0 fairs 900-974 (scope to 999)
A0 theatre 1000-1004

XXL all 1101-1103




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Pantomime Posters

Plan chest 2

178R11.1(i) Aladdin
         Pavilion, Torquay. 26th Dec 1958-1st Feb 1959
         1pp colour illus
         505mm x 760mm
         Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.1(ii) Aladdin
         Poster left blank for printers for touring shows c1960s
         1pp colour illus
         505mm x 760mm
         Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.2(i) Dick Whittington
          Poster left blank for printers for touring shows c1960s
          1pp colour illus.
          505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.2(ii) Dick Whittington
           Poster left blank for printers for touring shows c1960s
           1pp colour illus.
           505mm x 760mm
           Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.2(iii) Dick Whittington
           Poster left blank for printers for touring shows c1960s
           1pp colour illus.
           505mm x 760mm
           Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.3(i) Mother Goose framed for TOTB
         1pp colour illus.
          505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.3(ii) Mother Goose
           1pp colour illus.
           505mm x 760mm
           Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.3(iii) Mother Goose
            1pp colour illus.
            505mm x 760mm


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           Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.4(i) Large Clown Face
          Red and blue image
          1pp colour illus.
          505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.4(ii) Large Clown Face
           Red and blue image
           1pp colour illus.
           505mm x 760mm
           Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.4(iii) Large Clown Face
            Red and blue image
            1pp colour illus.
            505mm x 760mm

178R11.4(iv) Large Clown Face
           Red and blue image
           1pp colour illus.
           505mm x 760mm
           Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.5(i) Mother Goose
          Banner poster left blank for printers for touring shows c1960s
          1pp colour illus.
          505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.5(ii) Mother Goose
          Banner poster left blank for printers for touring shows c1960s
          1pp colour illus.
          505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.6(i) Goldilocks and the Three Bears
          Banner poster left blank for printers for touring shows c1960s
          1pp colour illus.
          505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.6(ii) Goldilocks and the Three Bears
           Banner poster left blank for printers for touring shows c1960s
           1pp colour illus.
           505mm x 760mm


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           Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.7(i) Babes in the Wood
          Poster left blank for printers for touring shows c1960s
          1pp colour illus.
          505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.7(ii) Babes in the Wood
           Poster left blank for printers for touring shows c1960s
           1pp colour illus.
           505mm x 760mm
           Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.7(iii) Babes in the Wood
           Poster left blank for printers for touring shows c1960s
           1pp colour illus.
           505mm x 760mm
           Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.8(i) Dick Whittington
          Poster left blank for printers for touring shows c1960s
          1pp colour illus.
          505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.8(ii) Dick Whittington
           Poster left blank for printers for touring shows c1960s
           1pp colour illus.
           505mm x 760mm
           Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.9(i) Cinderella
          Banner poster left blank for printers for touring shows c1960s
          1pp colour illus.
          505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.9(ii) Cinderella
           Banner poster left blank for printers for touring shows c1960s
           1pp colour illus.
           505mm x 760mm
           Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.10(i) Blank Printers Poster illustrated round edges with Pierrotts, stilt
          Walkers and other characters.
          Not dated


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           1pp. illus. red and blue
           505mm x 760mm
           Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.10(ii) Blank Printers Poster illustrated round edges with Pierrotts, stilt
           Walkers and other characters.
           Not dated
           1pp. illus. red and blue
           505mm x 760mm
           Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.11(i) Jack and the Beanstalk
          Banner poster left blank for printers for touring shows c1960s
          1pp colour illus.
          505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.11(ii) Jack and the Beanstalk
          Banner poster left blank for printers for touring shows c1960s
          1pp colour illus.
          505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.12(i) Red Riding Hood
          Banner poster left blank for printers for touring shows c1960s
          1pp colour illus.
          505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.12(ii) Red Riding Hood
          Poster left blank for printers for touring shows c1960s
          1pp colour illus.
          505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.13 (i) Robinson Crusoe
           Posters left blank for printers for touring shows c1960s
           1pp colour illus.
           505mm x 760mm
           Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.13 (ii) Robinson Crusoe
            Posters left blank for printers for touring shows c1960s
            1pp colour illus.
            505mm x 760mm
            Charles Taylor Collection




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178R11.14 (i) Cinderella
           Poster left blank for printers for touring shows c1960s
           1pp colour illus.
           505mm x 760mm
           Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.14 (ii) Cinderella
             Poster left blank for printers for touring shows c1960s
            1pp colour illus.
            505mm x 760mm
            Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.14 (iii) Cinderella
             Poster left blank for printers for touring shows c1960s
             1pp colour illus.
             505mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.15(i) Cinderella (in carriage) In TOTB
          Poster left blank for printers for touring shows c1960s
          1pp colour illus.
          505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.15(ii) Cinderella (in carriage)
           Royal Theatre, Redruth, Jan 28th 1978
           1pp colour illus.
           505mm x 760mm
           Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.16 Aladdin
        Banner poster left blank for printers for touring shows c1960s
        1pp colour illus.
        505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.17 Sinbad the Sailor (Palms)
        Poster left blank for printers for touring shows c1960s
        1pp colour illus.
        505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.18 Babes in the Wood
        Civic Theatre Scunthorpe
        Ray Lester
        Steve King
        1pp red and blue, holly border


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        505mm x760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.19(i) Babes in the Wood
          City Varieties, Leeds. 2nd -5th Jan, 1978
          Ben Warriss
          Bruce Trent
          Ken Barnes
          1pp colour illus.
          505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.19(ii) Babes in the Wood
            City Varieties, Leeds. 2nd -5th Jan, 1978
            Ben Warriss
            Bruce Trent
            Ken Barnes
            1pp colour illus.
            505mm x 760mm
            Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.19(iii) Babes in the Wood
            City Varieties, Leeds. 2nd -5th Jan, 1978
            Ben Warriss
            Bruce Trent
            Ken Barnes
            1pp colour illus.
            505mm x 760mm
            Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.20 Mother Goose
        Theatre Royal. St. Helen’s
        Week commencning 13th Dec, 1976
        Brain Emmis, Charlie Burdon, Noel Crowder, Pam and Mel Wingfield,
        Beverley Hill, Diane De Forge, David Lee, Coronet Dancers, Ray Paul
        Music
        1pp green and red, illus.
        505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.21 Jack and the Beanstalk
        Arcadia Theatre, Skegness. 20th-23rd Dec, c1976
        Roy Caval, Robin Howard, Maurice Moren, Diane Margaret, Mike
        Scott, Ann Duval, Chis Edwards, The Coronet Dancers, Kim Jarvis, Vic
        Riches Music.
        1pp green and red.
        505mm x 760mm


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        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.22 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
        City Varieties, Leeds. W/c 23rd Dec, 1976
        Staring 7 real Dwarfs, George Bolton, Eileen Martin, Des King, Bryan
        Nelson, The Twain Brothers, The Villages & Courtiers, Joan Hall,
      Dennis Lake, Little Malcolm, Arthur Dean
        1pp, red and blue illus.
        505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.23 Dick Whittington and His Cat
        Arcadia Theatre, Skegness, 29th July-8th September c1976
        School Holiday Special ‘World record breaking Panto from Leeds.’
        1pp red and black illus.
        505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.24 Cinderella
        City Variety, Leeds. W/c 23rd Dec, 1977
        ‘All Star Cast. Beautiful Ponies and Crystal Coach.’
        1pp red and blue illus.
        505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.25 Cinderella
        City Variety, Leeds. W/c 23rd Dec, 1977
        Des King, Deidre Douglas, Kerry Meadows, Simon Browne, Mykel Mills,
        Peter Barbour, Alec Halls and Dennis Lake.
        1pp colour illus.
        505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.26 Goldilocks and the Three Bears
        King’s Theatre, Southsea
        Featuring Anna Karen, ‘Olive’ of ‘On the Buses’
        1pp red and green illus
        505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.27 Sinbad the Sailor In TOTB
        1pp colour illus.
        505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.28 Jack and the Beanstalk IN TOTB
        1pp colour illus.


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505mm x 760mm
Charles Taylor Collection




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Circus (Plan chest)

178R11.29 Gandy’s Circus
        Blank for over-printing
        Featuring Chi-Lahn-illusionist
        Apache Braves-Red Indian Fire Eating Rituals
        Brett Mentona-Knife Throwing
        Reyall’s Dogs
        Alec Halls and his cavalcade of junk
        Commanche Spotted Stallion
        Tommy the TV Pony
        Dr Sparks-the First ever Tour of the UK. The Electric Man
        ‘3 show in one. Circus, Variety, Wild West
        255mm x 76mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.30 Joe Gandy’s circus Presentations
        English Single Most Circus International
        Featuring granda Television Documentary
        Delmarrs-Equikibrists
        Trevor Doolottle-acrobatic, comedy and juggling
        Cheeko-minute Trick Pony
        Caprice-Alpine Goat
        Billy Diamond and Sioux City Sue-Knife Throwing
        Prince Kahn And Co.
        Running fox and Juanita-Apache Fire Rituals
        255mmm x760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.31 Circus Markus
        The Tomahawks-whips, knives, hatchets
        Gunga-Din and Shapphire, Sensational 20th century Hercules.
        255mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.32 Circus Hoffman
        British Tour 1970
        ‘The Wildest Show on Earth’
        Russian Bears
        Hoffman’s Herd of Elephants
        Menagerie and Stables
        335mmm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.33 Circus Hoffman
        British Tour 1968
        ‘The Wildest Show on Earth’


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        Russian Bears
        Menagerie and Stables
        335mmm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.34 Fossett Bros. Circus
        Blank for overprinting
        Bobo-musical Clown
        Judy-horse with the Human Brain
        Red and Black on yellow
        3335mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.35 Fossett Bros, Circus
        Blank for Overprinting
        Knife throwers
        The White Yogi
        Horses/Ponies
        Red and blue on white
        335mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.36 Fossett Bros, Circus
        Blank for Overprinting
        Rodeo
        Bobo-musical clown
        Red and black on yellow
        335mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.37 Fossett Bros, Circus
        Blank for Overprinting
        Rodeo
        Bobo-musical clown
        Freda and Frenchi-International Juggler
        335mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.38 Fossett Bros, Circus
        Blank for Overprinting
        Rodeo
        Bobo-musical clown
        Henleo-Indian Fire Eater
        Freda and Frenchi-International Juggler
        Red and blue on white 335mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection




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178R11.39 Cornell Brothers Circus, Touring Show
        Aireville Park, Skipton. 13th-17th Apr, 1979
        1pp colour illus.
        505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.40 Gandey’s Circus Preservations. Traditional Christmas Circus
        Halifax Piece Hall. 27th Dec-8th Jan
        ‘Under the centrally heated Big Top. Circus, Variety, Wild West
        1pp. illus. yellow poster.
        505mm x 760mm
         Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.41 Gandey’s Circus Preservations. Traditional Christmas Circus
        Halifax Piece Hall. 27th Dec-8th Jan
        ‘Under the centrally heated Big Top. Circus, Variety, Wild West.
        1pp. illus. white poster.
        505mm x 760mm
         Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.42 Gandey’s Circus and Wild West Combined Shows
        St Mary’s School, Langley. 17th June
        Sponsored by Jw Lees Brewery
        ‘As used in Granada TV’s hit series “Hard Times”’.
        510mm x 760mm
         Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.43 Circus Markus
        Blank for touring show
        Featuring Worlds Strongest man, Gunger Din
        Scotland’s own clown, Perso, among others.
        1pp. 250mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.44 Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
        Rowley Regis. 10th-12th Nov, 1977
        Acts include Buffalo Billy Wild
        Miss Gina, contortions
        The Martells
        Debbie Sue, Aerialist
        1pp
        510mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.45 Circus Markus


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         Left blank for overprinting
         ‘See Europe’s Strongest Man, Gunga Din’
         Yellow, red and blue on white. 250mm x 760mm
         Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.46 Circus Markus
        Left blank for overprinting
        ‘See Europe’s Strongest Man, Gunga Din’
        Various other acts
        Yellow, red and blue on white. 250mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.47 Circus Markus
        Left blank for overprinting
        Russian Cossack Markus Balba, Strongest Man In Britain
        Yellow, red and blue on white. 250mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.48 Circus Markus
        Left blank for overprinting
        ‘See Europe’s Strongest Man, Gunga Din’
        Various other acts
        Yellow, red and blue on white. 250mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.49 De-Reszke & Lepino’s Circus International
        Left blank for overprinting
        Trio Lepino
        Alec Halls-Multi Instrumental Madness
        Illustrated. 250mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.50 De-Reszke & Lepino’s Circus International
        Kingston Coronation Bath Hall Mon 12th Jan-Sat 17th Jan, 1976
        Trio Lepino
        Alec Halls-Multi Instrumental Madness
        Illustrated. 250mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.51 Gandey’s Circus
        Left blank for overprinting
        First ever UK Tour of Dr. Sparks, the Electronic Man
        Illustrated with photographs 250mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.52 Anglo-Danish Circus
        Left blank for overprinting c late 1960


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        First ever Appearance
        Oscar the Loveable TV Chimpanzee
        Black, Yellow and red on white. 250mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection
178R11.53 Fossett Bros. Circus
        Left blank for overprinting c late 1960
        The Foscetti Sisters-trapeze
        Freda and Frenchi-juggling act
        Red and black on yellow. Illustrated. 250mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.54 Circus Europa from Hungary
        First Scotland Tour, 1972
        Petroff troupe from Budapest State Circus
        Alun Davies and his 10 poodles
        Red and blue on white, with photographs. 250mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.55 Gandey’s Circus International
        Rhyl Towne Holiday Camp. Sun 27th Jul-Fri 1st Aug, 1975
        Brett Montana and Karl-Western Sports
        Red, black and yellow on white. 250mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.56 Gandey’s Circus International
        Left blank for overprinting. 1975
        Brett Montana and Karl-Western Sports
        And various other acts
        Red, black and yellow on white. 250mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.57 Gandey’s Circus International
        Llandudno. 23rd Aug-4th Sep 1975
        Brett Montana and Karl-Western Sports
        And various other acts
        Red, black and yellow on white. 250mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.58 Gandey’s Circus International
        Aberystwyth Tue 12th Aug- Thurs 21st Aug, 1975
        Brett Montana and Karl-Western Sports
        And various other acts
        Red, black and yellow on white. 250mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.59 Joe Gandey present Circus International
        Left blank for overprinting


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        Running Fox and Juanata-Apache Fire Rituals
        Cusicks-continental comedy cocktails
        Jacqueline-trapeze artist
        Yellow, red and blue on white with photos. 250mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection
178R11.60 Circus Markus
        Left blank for overprinting
        ‘See Europe’s Strongest Man, Gunga Din’
        Various other acts
        Yellow, red and blue on white. 250mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.61 Circus Markus
        Left blank for overprinting
        ‘See Europe’s Strongest Man, Gunga Din’
        Various other acts
        Yellow, red and blue on white. 250mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.62 Circus Markus
        Left blank for overprinting
        ‘See Europe’s Strongest Man, Gunga Din’
        Various other acts
        Yellow, red and blue on white. 250mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.63 Circus Markus
        Left blank for overprinting
        ‘See Europe’s Strongest Man, Gunga Din’
        Various other acts
        Yellow, red and blue on white. 250mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.64 Gandeys Circus
        1973 Tour
        Running Fox and Juanita-Apache Fire Rituals
        Brett and Rosa Montana-Wild West Sports
        Jacqueline-trapeze artist
        Alun Davies and his 10 poodle-all with photographs
        Yellow, red and blue on white 250mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.65 Gandeys Circus
        Left blank for overprinting. 1975
        Alec Halls
        Brett and Rosa Montana-Wild West Sports
        Jacqueline-trapeze artist-all with photographs


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         Yellow, red and blue on white 250mm x 760mm
         Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.66 Gandeys Circus
        Aberystwyth. 18th-29th July
        First ever UK Tour of Dr. Sparks, the Electronic Man
        Yellow, red and blue on white with photographs. 250mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.67 Gandeys Circus
        Left blank for overprinting
        First ever UK Tour of Dr. Sparks, the Electronic Man
        Yellow, red and blue on white with photographs. 250mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.68 Chapman’s International Stage Circus
        Theatre Royal St. Helen’s Mon Oct 23rd
        Blue and red on yellow 505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.69 Circus Verlaine
        Left blank for overprinting
        Red, blue, green and yellow on white 505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.70 Weights Circus and Zoo
        Left blank for overprinting
        Patricia-Solo trapeze
        Jose-aerial Aquarius etc
        Red blue and yellow on white 505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.71 Weights Circus and Zoo
        Left blank for overprinting
        Patricia-Solo trapeze
        Jose-aerial Aquarius etc
        Duplicate of 178R1.69, but with colours printed differently
        Red blue and yellow on white 505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.72 Weights Circus and Zoo
        Left blank for overprinting
        Black, red and yellow clown illustration, type in purple
        505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.73 Fossett Bros. circus


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         Kidderminster, 28thMay-3rd June, 1979
         Red, yellow and blue on white 505mm x 760mm
         Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.74 Cornell Brother’s circus
        Skipton, Fri 13th-Tues 17th April 1979
        Red and black on yellow 505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.75 Gandey’s Circus
        With Clown Illustration
        Left blank for over printing
        505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.76 2nd Annual Christmas Spectacular
        Bolton, Dec 19th-Jan 6th
        Featuring Mary Chipperfield’s Animal Extravaganza
        Red and green on white 505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.77 2nd Annual Christmas Spectacular
        Bolton, Dec 19th-Jan 6th
        Featuring Mary Chipperfield’s Animal Extravaganza
        Red and green on yellow 505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.78 Gandey’s Traditional Christmas Circus
        Halifax Piece Hall Dec 27th-Jan 8th
        Clown illustration
        Red and green on yellow with holly border 505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.79 Gandey’s Traditional Christmas Circus
        Halifax Piece Hall Dec 27th-Jan 8th
        Clown illustration
        Red and green on white with holly border 505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.80 Gandey’s Traditional Christmas Circus
        Bolton Dec 26th-Jan 6th
        Clown illustration
        Red and green on yellow with holly border 505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.81 Gandey’s Traditional Christmas Circus
        Bolton Dec 26th-Jan 6th


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        Clown illustration
        Red and green on white with holly border 505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.82 Gandey’s Circus and Wild West Show
        New Mills 27th-28th March
        Red, blue and yellow on white. 505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.83 Gandey’s Circus and Wild West Show
        Hazel grove 23rd-25th March
        Red, blue and yellow on white. 505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.84 Gandey’s Circus and Wild West Show
        Wigan 3-8 April
        Red, blue and yellow on white. 505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.85 Gandey’s Circus and Wild West Show
        Buxton March 29th-April 1st
        Red, blue and yellow on white. 505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.86 Gandey’s Circus and Wild West Show
        Langley Sat June 17th
        Red, blue and yellow on white. 505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.87 Gandey’s international circus
        Sunderland Empire Circus Week commencing Mon 14th c1977
        The Montas-Knife Throwers
        The Trio Lepinos-trapeze act
        505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.88 Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
        Lichfield Beacon Park 21-26 Nov, 1977
        5th Jubilee Year
        Red, blue and yellow on white 505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.89 Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
        Rowley Regis 10-12 Nov, 1977
        5th Jubilee Year
        Red, blue and yellow on white 505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection


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178R11.90 Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
        Pontypridd 24-29 Oct, 1977
        5th Jubilee Year
        Red, blue and yellow on white 505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.91 Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
        Caerphilly 17-22 Oct, 1977
        5th Jubilee Year
        Red, blue and yellow on white 505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.92 Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
        Winsford 27-29 June, 1977
        5th Jubilee Year
        Red, black and yellow on white 505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.93 Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
        Neston 30th June-2nd July, 1977
        5th Jubilee Year
        Red, black and yellow on white 505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.94 Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
        Somercotes. 31st March-2nd April
        5th Jubilee Year
        Red, blue and yellow on white 505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.95 Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
        Langley Mill, 4-5th April
        5th Jubilee Year
        Red, blue and yellow on white 505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.96 Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
        Skegby 7-11th April, 1977
        5th Jubilee Year
        Red, blue and yellow on white 505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.97 Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
        Southwell 28-30th March, 1977
        5th Jubilee Year
        Red, blue and yellow on white 505mm x 760mm


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        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.98 Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
        Newark 24-26th March, 1977
        5th Jubilee Year
        Red, blue and yellow on white 505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.99 Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
        Chapel-en-le-Frith 19-21st April, 1977
        5th Jubilee Year
        Red, blue and yellow on white 505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.100 Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
          Partington 29th april-1st May, 1977
          5th Jubilee Year
          Red, blue and yellow on white 505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.101 Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
          Clay Cross 12-14 April, 1977
          5th Jubilee Year
          Red, blue and yellow on white 505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.102 Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
          Rhyl 25th July-7th Aug, 1977
          5th Jubilee Year
          Red, blue and yellow on white 505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.103 Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
          Flixton, 26-28th April, 1977
          5th Jubilee Year
          Red, blue and yellow on white 505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.104 Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
          Wirksworth 15th-17th April 12-14 April, 1977
          5th Jubilee Year
          Red, blue and yellow on white 505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.105 Circus Apollo
          Ormskirk Tue 19th-Thurs 21st Sep
          Black, red and yellow on white 505mm x 760mm


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          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.106 Circus Apollo
          Hyde. 27th-29th Oct
          Black, red and yellow on white 505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.107 Circus Apollo’s Christmas Spectacular
          Anglesey Showground. 26th Dec, 1977- 21st Jan, 1978
          Red and green on white with holly border and Santa illus.
          505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.108 Circus Apollo’s Christmas Spectacular
          Anglesey Showground. 26th Dec, 1977- 21st Jan, 1978
          Red and green on white with holly border and Santa illus.
          505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.109 Circus Apollo’s Christmas Spectacular
          Anglesey Showground. 26th Dec, 1977- 21st Jan, 1978
          Red and green on yellow with holly border and Santa illus.
          505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.110 Circus Pinder
          Rosyths Fairground 29th April-1st May
          Fossett, Rosaire and Pinder circus combined
          Including The Maverick-cowboy spectacular
          Duo Ords-Jugglers, amongst others.
          Blue, red and yellow on white with border. 505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.111 Circus Pinder
        Haddington, East Haugh 26-28 April
        Fossett, Rosaire and Pinder circus combined
        Including The Maverick-cowboy spectacular
        Duo Ords-Jugglers, amongst others.
        Blue, red and yellow on white with border. 505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.112 Circus Pinder
          Dunbar Countess Crescent 22-24th April
          Fossett, Rosaire and Pinder circus combined
          Including The Maverick-cowboy spectacular
          Duo Ords-Jugglers, amongst others.
          Blue, red and yellow on white with border. 505mm x 760mm


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          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.113 Circus Pinder
          Berwick upon Tweed
          Fossett, Rosaire and Pinder circus combined
          Including The Maverick-cowboy spectacular
          Duo Ords-Jugglers, amongst others.
          Blue, red and yellow on white with border. 505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.114 Circus Pinder
          Kirriemuir. 20-22 May
          Fossett, Rosaire and Pinder circus combined
          Including The Maverick-cowboy spectacular
          Duo Ords-Jugglers, amongst others.
          Blue, red and yellow on white with border. 505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.115 Circus Pinder
          Brechin 24-26 May
          Fossett, Rosaire and Pinder circus combined
          Including The Maverick-cowboy spectacular
          Duo Ords-Jugglers, amongst others.
          Blue, red and yellow on white with border. 505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.116 Circus Pinder
          Cupar Carthourgh 6-8 May
          Fossett, Rosaire and Pinder circus combined
          Including The Maverick-cowboy spectacular
          Duo Ords-Jugglers, amongst others.
          Blue, red and yellow on white with border. 505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.117 Circus Pinder
          Newburgh 10-12 May
          Fossett, Rosaire and Pinder circus combined
          Including The Maverick-cowboy spectacular
          Duo Ords-Jugglers, amongst others.
          Blue, red and yellow on white with border. 505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.118 Pinder’s Circus
          Left blank for over-printing
          Fossett, Rosaire and Pinder circus combined
          In the new 4 Pole Big Top
          Red and black on yellow. 505mm x 760mm


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         Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.119 Pinder’s Circus
          Stonehaven Corrie Park 6-8 Jun, 1977
          Red, blue, orange and white. 505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.120 Pinder’s Circus
          Peterhead 20-22 June
          Red, blue, orange and white. 505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.121 Pinder’s Circus
          Forres Grant Park 7-9 July
          Red, blue, orange and white. 505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.122 Pinder’s Circus
          Banff, Canal Park. 23-25th June
          Red, blue, orange and white. 505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.123 Pinder’s Circus
          Buckie, Merson Park 30th June- 2nd July
          Red, blue, orange and white. 505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.124 Pinder’s Circus
          Elgin, Lossiegreen. 4-6 July, 1977
          Red, blue, orange and white. 505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.125 Pinder’s Circus
          Portsoy 27-29 June, 1977
          Red, blue, orange and white. 505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.126 Pinder’s Circus
          Nain. The Links. 11-16 July, 1977
          Red, blue, orange and white. 505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.127 Pinder’s Circus
          Kirriemuis, Davidson Park 26-28 May, 1977
          Red, blue, orange and white. 505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection




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178R11.128 Pinder’s Circus
          Forfar Market, Muir 30th May-1st June, 1977
          Red, blue, orange and white. 505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.129 Pinder’s Circus
          Brechin Victoria FC 2-4 June, 1977
          Red, blue, orange and white. 505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.130 Pinder’s Circus
          Banchoy 9-11 June, 1977
          Red, blue, orange and white. 505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.131 Pinder’s Circus
          Left blank for over-printing
          Red, black, orange and white. 505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

Fair (plan chest)

178R11.132 Motorbike Riders
        Poster left blank for printers for touring shows c1960s
        1pp colour illus.
        505mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.133 R Tucker & Sons Kettlethorpe Summer Fair
          16-22 July
          Attractions include the Waltzer, novelty Ride, Noah’s Ark, Speedway
          Green on red on yellow
          505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.134 Midland Amusements Fun Fair
          Left Blank for over printing
          Red and blue on white 505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.135 Kellingley Social Centre Flower Show
          With Doubtfire’s Fun Fair
          Red and blue on white 505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.136 Gawthorpe Maypole Carnival and Fun Fair
          Robinson 30th April-3rd May


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          Noah’s Ark, Speedway, Octopus and Flying Chairs, Bingo, Kiddies
          Corner
          Red and black on yellow. 505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.137 Barnes Fair Week Arts Festival
          4-11 July 1976
          List of events and locations for weeks events
          Red and black on white 505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.138 R Tucker & Sons Royston Summer Fair?
             8th-10th and 12th July
             Attractions include the Waltzer, novelty Ride, Noah’s Ark Speedway
1pp. illus. red and black on cream

178R11.139 Gawthorpe Maypole Carnival and Fun Fair
          Robinson 6th -9th May c.1975
          Waltzer, Speedway, Octopus and Flying Chairs
          Red and blue on white. 505mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection


Oversize Posters on Flatbed plan chest

178R11.149 Fosset Brothers Circus
          No location Printed
          Left blank for over-printing
          Red and Black on yellow. 1020mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection




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Theatre, Music Hall (Plan chest)

178R11.150 City Varieties Leeds
         Pantomime week commencing 23rd Dec 1968
         With Kenny Carter and Wendy King
         Red and blue with photographs 510mm x 760mm
         Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.151 City Varieties Leeds
        Pantomime week commencing 23rd Dec 1968
        With Kenny Carter and Wendy King
        Duplicate of 178R1.50
        Red and blue with photographs 510mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.152 Lido Cliftonville
        Season Commencing 7th July 1978
        ‘The Jolson Minstrel Show’
        With comedy star Ken Joy
        Red and black on yellow. 510mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.153 City Varieties Leeds
        25th-27th Oct c1979
        ‘An Evening with Al Jolson and Friends’
        Portrayed by Steve King
        With Duggie Chapman
        Red and black on yellow. 510mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.154 Kings Theatre Edinburgh
        8th Oct 1979
        ‘An Evening with Al Jolson and Friends’
        Portrayed by Steve King
        With Reg Dixon
        Red and black on yellow. 510mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.155 Sunderland Empire Theatre
        Commencing 10th March, 1980
        ‘An Evening with Al Jolson and Friends’
        Portrayed by Steve King
        With Duggie Chapman
        Red and black on yellow. 510mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.156 Palace Theatre Redditch


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        7th -9th April c1980
        ‘An Evening with Al Jolson and Friends’
        Portrayed by Steve King
        With Lee Sheraton, Reed and Delroy, Ben Johnson and Duggie
        Chapman
        Red and black on yellow. 510mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.157 Pavilion Theatre, Bournemouth
         21st April, 1980
         ‘An Evening with Al Jolson and Friends’
         Portrayed by Steve King
         Special Guest, Tony Melody, comedian.
         Red and black on yellow with photo. 510mm x 760mm
         Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.158 Winter Gardens Pavilion Blackpool
         6th April, 1980
         ‘An Evening with Al Jolson and Friends’
         Portrayed by Steve King
         Special Guest, Tony Melody, comedian.
         Red and black on yellow with photo. 510mm x 760mm
         Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.159 Pavilion Theatre, Glasgow
         21st April, 1980
         ‘An Evening with Al Jolson and Friends’
         Portrayed by Steve King
         Special Guest, Tony Melody, comedian.
         Red and black on yellow with photo. 510mm x 760mm
         Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.160 Spa Theatre Bridlington
         29th March 1980
         ‘An Evening with Al Jolson and Friends’
         Portrayed by Steve King
         With Marigold Sisters, Lee Sheraton, Beryl Johnson, Reed Delroy and
         Duggie Chapman
         Red and black on yellow. 510mm x 760mm
         Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.161 Eden Court Inverness
         25th and 26th March 1980
         ‘An Evening with Al Jolson and Friends’
         Portrayed by Steve King
         With Marigold Sisters, Lee Sheraton, Beryl Johnson, Reed Delroy and
         Duggie Chapman


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         Red and black on yellow. 510mm x 760mm
         Charles Taylor Collection
178R11.162 Adam Smith Centre Kirkcaldy, Fife
         18th Feb., 1980
         ‘An Evening with Al Jolson and Friends’
         Portrayed by Steve King
         Special guest, Charlie Williams
         Red and black on yellow. 510mm x 760mm
         Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.163 Sunderland Empire Theatre
         10th March 1980
         ‘An Evening with Al Jolson and Friends’
         Portrayed by Steve King
         With Marigold Sisters, Lee Sheraton, Beryl Johnson, Reed Delroy and
         Duggie Chapman
         Red and black on yellow. 510mm x 760mm
         Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.164 Gaslight Gaieties
        Southampton Guildhall. 19th May c1970s
        Artists from the ‘Good Old Days’ to include
        Miss Shelia Bernette
        Miss Pamela Cundell
        Mr Ronnie Collis
        Mr Larry Drew
        Miss Marion Grimaldi
        Miss Jan Hunt
        Mr Ian Paterson
        Miss Julia Sutton
        Chairman Dominic Le Foe
        1pp. illus. white poster.
        505mm x 760mm

178R11.165 Villadrome Ludworth
        Week commencing 8th Oct c1950
        Daisy Hays presents ‘Frivolity Revels’
        Red and blue, 510mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.166 Rowmarsh Leisure Centre
        Wrestling, Friday 19th Oct
        The Exorcist v Tom Warboy
        Kung Fu v Steve Marino
        Red and black with photographs 510mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection




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178R11.167 Putney Parish Church
        The Putney Bridge Medallion 1979
        ‘Struck to commemorate the 250th Anniversary 1729-1979’
        255mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.168 Richmond Adult College
        John Bate Choir and Chanticleer Orchestra
        Blue and red 255mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.169 The Edwin Hicks Illuminated Lecture Show
        Blackpool Pleasure Beach from Monday 12th July c1982
         ‘The Best Years of Your Lives’ 1890-1840
        50 Golden Years
        510mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.170 Adam Smith Centre Kirkcaldy
        Week commencing 15th March, 1976
        The Dixie Minstrel Show
        Featuring John Boulter
        With Reg Lester and David Lee
        Red and black with border, 510mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.171 Theatre Royal Norwich
        Week commencing 3rd May, 1976
        The Dixie Minstrel Show
        Featuring John Boulter
        With Reg Lester and David Lee
        Red and black with border, 510mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.172 Theatre Royal St. Helens
        Week commencing 8th March, 1976
        The Dixie Minstrel Show
        Featuring John Boulter
        With Reg Lester and David Lee
        Red and black with border, 510mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.173 New Theatre Hull
        Week commencing 10th May, 1976
        The Dixie Minstrel Show
        Featuring John Boulter
        With Reg Lester and David Lee


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        Red and black with border, 510mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.174 Gaiety Theatre Ayr
        Week commencing 22nd March, 1976
        The Dixie Minstrel Show
        Featuring John Boulter
        With Reg Lester and David Lee
        Red and black with border, 510mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.175 Colne Municipal Hall
        Week commencing 19th April, 1976
        The Dixie Minstrel Show
        Featuring John Boulter
        With Reg Lester and David Lee
        Red and black with border, 510mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.176 Hoe Theatre Plymouth
        Week commencing 5th May 1975
        Big Show Varity ‘75
        Featuring Ralph Reader ‘Mr Gang Show’ himself
        Jack Mozelle-comedian instrumentalist
        The Kedello’s-supreme speciality
        Bette Gilmor-saucy-but nice and others
        Red and blue with border 510mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.177 Civic Hall Camberly
        Wednesday 21st April
        Ralph reader with his ‘Stars of Tomorrow’
        Gordon Glenn-broadcasting accordionist
        Margaret White and her music
        The Jenny Set
        Johnny Clamp
        Gerrie Raymond
        Red and black 510mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.178 South Pier Theatre Blackpool
        Sunday 4th Sep c1973
        All Stars Together
        With Billy Fontaine, Nick Martin and others
        Red and black 510mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection




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178R11.179 ABC Theatre Blackpool
        Wednesday 14th Sep 1977
        Midnight Matinee. Blackpool 1977 Stars all together’
        Les Dawson
        Danny La Rue
        Eric Sykes and others
        Red and black 510mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.180 Pavilion Theatre Bournemouth
        Commencing 17th April 1978
        The Fabulous Beverley Sisters
        Black and red on yellow 510mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.181 Pavilion Theatre Bournemouth
        Commencing 17th April 1978
        The Fabulous Beverley Sisters
        Duplicate of 178R1.80
        Black and red on yellow 510mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

1781R1.182 Pavilion Theatre Bournemouth
        Commencing 10th April 1978
        Arthur Askey Show
        Red and purple on yellow 510mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.183 City Varieties Leeds
        Commencing 30th Sep, 1974
        The Glamour of the Music Hall
        ‘A hilarious night in true “Gay 90s” style’.
        Red and black illus, on yellow 470mm x 710mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.184 Civic Theatre Mansfield
        Mon 25th-Sat 30th April, 1977
        The Al Jolson Minstrel Show
        Featuring Clinton Ford
        Red and blue on yellow 510mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.185 Municipal Theatre Colne
        18th April, 1977
        The Al Jolson Minstrel Show
        Featuring Clinton Ford
        Red and blue on yellow 510mm x 760mm


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        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.186 Birmingham Hippodrome
        Mon 28th March 1977
        The Al Jolson Minstrel Show
        Featuring Clinton Ford
        Red and blue on yellow 510mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.187 Adam Smith Centre Kirkcaldy
        Week commencing Mon 11th April, 1977
        The Al Jolson Minstrel Show
        Featuring Clinton Ford
        Red and blue on yellow 510mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.188 Hoe Theatre Plymouth
        2nd May, 1977
        The Al Jolson Minstrel Show
        Featuring Clinton Ford
        Red and blue on yellow 510mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.189 Hoe Theatre Plymouth
        2nd May, 1977
        The Al Jolson Minstrel Show
        Featuring Clinton Ford
        Duplicate of 178R1.88
        Red and blue on yellow 510mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.190 Theatre Royal St. Helens
        14th March, 1977
        The Al Jolson Minstrel Show
        Featuring Clinton Ford
        Red and blue on yellow 510mm x 760mm
        Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.191   Palace Manchester
             Week commencing 4th April, 1977
             The Al Jolson Minstrel Show
             Featuring Clinton Ford
             Red and blue on yellow 510mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.192   Royal Opera House Scarborough
             Saturday 11th June


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             Charlie’s Music Hall
             Featuring Charlie Williams
             Black, pink and yellow with photographs 510mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.193   Grand Theatre Swansea
             Week commencing 1st Nov c1982
             Nat Jackley ‘The original Rubber necked Comedian with his
             Happy Gang.’
             With Penny Nicholls, Tom Howard, Mike Onions, Chris Corbally,
             Barbara Jackson, John Warwick, The Calders
             1pp. red and blue with border on yellow 510mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.194   City Varieties Leeds
             Week commencing Monday 8th Nov. c1982
             Nat Jackley ‘The original Rubber necked Comedian with his
             Happy Gang.’
             With Penny Nicholls, Tom Howard, Mike Onions, Chris Corbally,
             Barbara Jackson, John Warwick, The Calders
             1pp. red and blue with border on yellow 510mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.195   Adam Smith Centre Kirkcaldy
             Week commencing Monday 11th Oct. c1982
             Nat Jackley ‘The original Rubber necked Comedian with his
             Happy Gang.’
             With Penny Nicholls, Tom Howard, Mike Onions, Chris Corbally,
             Barbara Jackson, John Warwick, The Calders
             1pp. red and blue with border on yellow 510mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.196   Royal Opera House Scarborough
             Week commencing Monday 4th Oct. c1982
             Nat Jackley ‘The original Rubber necked Comedian with his
             Happy Gang.’
             With Penny Nicholls, Tom Howard, Mike Onions, Chris Corbally,
             Barbara Jackson, John Warwick, The Calders
             1pp. red and blue with border on yellow 510mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.197   Theatre Royal Nottingham
             Week commencing 8th May, 1978
             Big Hearted Arthur Askey in
             ‘Those Golden Years of Music Hall’
             Red, blue and black with curtains 510mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection


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178R11.198   Prince of Wales Theatre Colwyn Bay
             Season commencing Mon 28th June, c1976
             Tony Melody in
             ‘The Good Olde Days’
             With all star company
             Red, blue and black with curtains 510mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection
178R11.199   Gaiety Theatre Minehead
             Season commencing Sun 20th June, c1976
             Mike Onions from the Cliff Richard show in
             ‘The Good Olde Days’
             With all star company
             Red, blue and black with curtains 510mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.200   Hoe Theatre Plymouth
             Season commencing Mon 12th July, c1976
             Howell Evans and Patricia Kane in
             ‘The Good Olde Days’
             With all star company
             Red, blue and black with curtains 510mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.201   Pavilion Ilfracombe
             Sunday 20th May 1979
             Roy Lester in
             ‘The Good Olde Days’
             With all star company
             Red, blue and black with curtains 510mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.202   Royal Opera House Scarborough
             Season commencing Mon 20th Sep, c1976
             Bruce Trent in
             ‘Those Golden Years of Music Hall’
             With all star company
             Red, blue and black with curtains 510mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.203   Key Theatre Ayr
             Commencing Mon 14th Feb 1977
             Billy Burden in
             ‘The Good Olde Days’
             With all star company
             Red, blue and black with curtains 510mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection


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178R11.204   Gaiety Theatre Ayr
             Season commencing 25th Oct 1976
             Malcolm Vaughan in
             ‘Those Golden Years of Music Hall’
             With all star company
             Red, blue and black with curtains 510mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.205   Opera House Cork
             Season commencing Mon 22nd Feb 1977
             Billy Burden in
             ‘The Good Olde Days’
             With all star company
             Red, blue and black with curtains 510mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.206   Eden Court Theatre Inverness
             Mon 31st Jan 1977
             Bruce Trent in
             ‘Those Golden Years of Music Hall’
             With all star company
             Red, blue and black with curtains 510mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.207   Alhambra Bradford
             20th-24th Sep, 1977
             Bruce Trent in
             ‘Those Golden Years of Music Hall’
             With all star company
             Red, blue and black with curtains 510mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.208   New Theatre Hull
             Week commencing Mon 26th Sep, 1977
             Bruce Trent in
             ‘Those Golden Years of Music Hall’
              With all star company
             Red, blue and black with curtains 510mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.209   Royal Opera House Scarborough
             Week commencing Mon 16th May c1977
             Bob and Alf Pearson in
             ‘Those Golden Years of Music Hall’
             With all star company
             Red, blue and black with curtains 510mm x 760mm


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             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.210   Theatre Royal Brighton
             Week commencing 25th July, 1977
             Bruce Trent in
             ‘Those Golden Years of Music Hall’
             With all star company
             Red, blue and black with curtains 510mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.211   Spa Theatre Bridlington
             Season commencing 25th May c1997
             A night at the Varieties
             Starring Kenny Cantor
             Travelling show from City Varieties Leeds
             Neon yellow, orange curtains, black and red type. 510mm x
             760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.212   Arcadia Theatre Skegness
             Season commencing 27th June c1997
             ‘Those Good Old Days’
             Starring Gary Webb, Ken Joy, Barbara Jackson and others
             Travelling show from City Varieties Leeds
             Neon yellow, orange curtains, black and red type. 510mm x
             760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.213   Adam Smith Centre Kirkcaldy, Fife
             Season commencing 10th June c1997
             ‘Those Good Old Days’
             With Ken Joy and others
             Travelling show from City Varieties Leeds
             Neon yellow, orange curtains, black and red type. 510mm x
             760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.214   City Varieties Leeds
             Season commencing 7th April c1997
             ‘The Magic of the Music Hall’
             Starring Wally Dunn
             Neon yellow, orange curtains, black and red type. 510mm x
             760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

Larger Posters on Flatbed Plan chest



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178R11.250   Kings Theatre, Edinburugh
             Week Commencing Saturday Oct. 8th, 1979
             An Evening with Al Jolson and Friends
             Portrayed by Steve King with Reg Dixon
             Red and Black on yellow 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

Posters in Blue A3 box

178R11.300   Red Riding Hood
             Hippodrome, Leigh. W/c 17th January 1955
             Jimmy Malborn, Harry Tracy, The Gathering of the Clans, Kutie Kids,
             Jane Austin, Sherwood Girls, Margaret Harrison and Ida Rosaire’s
             Pekinese.
             1pp red and blue
             253mm x 378mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.301   Aladdin
             Ilford Town Hall. W/c 10th January 1955
             1pp red and blue
             253mm x 377mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.302   Dick Whittington
             Regent Theatre, Rotherham. W/c 27th December c.1954
             Charles Cardiff, Derek Hamer, Mary Stuart, Chip Sanders, Patricia
             Riley and Yvonne Ford.
             1pp colour illus.
             252mm x 379mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.303   Cinderella
             Theatre Royal, Barnsley. W/c 27th December 1954
             Kay Hamilton, Sheila Dawson, Kathie Dene, Len Astor, Leslie, Pell,
             Hal Denis,
             Teddy Deakin and Angela Kaye
             1pp red and blue
             252mm x 378mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.304   Cinderella
             Kay Hamilton, Sheila Dawson, Kathie Dene, Len Astor, Leslie, Pell,
             Hal Denis,
             Teddy Deakin and Angela Kaye
             1pp red and blue
             252mm x 279mm


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             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.305   Cinderella
             Theatre Royal, Hyde. W/c 27th December 1954
             Len Howe, Sylvia Ross, Stan Saunders, Mary Mitchell, Phyllis Mellor,
             Kim
             Haughton, Ernie Payne & Sydney Grace, Haval & Byl, Earl & Elgar
             1pp red and blue
             253mm x 379mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.306   Aladdin & His Wonderful Lamp
             Middlesbrough Empire. W/c 17th January 1955
             Ken Dodd, Jimmy Couton, Bill Young, Joan Price, Erik Leifson, Philip
             Becker, Bill Owen, Keith Lee, Wanda Alpar, Lemarr Brothers &
             Suzette, Marilyn Girls, Merseyside Mites, Marie Joy, Benson Dulay
             and Company and Pan Yue Yen Troupe
             1pp red and blue
             250mm x 379mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.307   Aladdin & His Wonderful Lamp
             Empire Theatre, Swindon. W/c 24th January c.1950s
             Albert Grant, Renee Beck, Larry Gordon Girls, Homer & Hal, Reginald
             Vincent, Norman Yeomans and Felovis
             1pp red and blue
             252mm x 378mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.308   Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
             Queens Theatre, High Street, Poplar. W/c 20th December c.1950s
             1pp red and green
             254mm x 379mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.309   Cinderella
             Palace Theatre, Hull. W/c 27th December 1954
             Allen Modley, Mavis Whyte, Helen Hurst, Finlay Brothers, Dickie
             Martyn, Al Dixon, Al Rodgers, Jean Scott, Alain Diagora & partner
             and the 3 Dunjas Sisters.
             1pp red and blue
             253mm x 378mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.310   Mother Goose
             Royal Court Theatre, Warrington. W/c 26th December c.1955




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             Jimmy Slater, Leslie Gunby, Conita Dawn, Steve Traynor, Olwen
             Grounds, Patsy James, Antony Beaumont, Billy Harris, Judith
             Marlowe and Fred McAlister
             1pp colour illus.
             252mm x 379mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.311   Mother Goose
             Embassy Theatre, Peterborough. W/c 26th December c.1955
             Jack Anton, Michael Stanley, Eric Watts, Beryl Roberts, Tony Snape,
             Riegels, Phyllis Gladwin, Dickie Arnold, Cathie Haigh, Mickie Warren
             1pp red and blue
             253mm x 378mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.312   Red Riding Hood
             Grand, Doncaster. W/c 27th December c.1954
             Terry Wilson, Estelle Russell, Sonny Boy, Patricia Lawtey, Arthur
             Carvey, Tony Hargreaves, Jan Kemp, Carole Hayes, Barry Gnome and
             Priscilla Beale
             1pp colour illus.
             252mm x 379mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.313   Cinderella
             Hippodrome, Hulme. W/c 26th December 1955
             Ted Lune, Bert Foley, Sylvia Ross, Brian Foley, Rovi Pavinoff, Gus
             Aubrey, Stella Lewis, Janet Munro and Three Truzzi’s
             1pp red and blue
             252mm x 379mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.314   Hippodrome, Wigan.
             W/c 26th December 1955 - Goldilocks and the Three Bears
             W/c 2nd January 1956 - Dick Whittington
             W/c 9th January 1956 – Babes in the Wood
             1pp red and blue
             251mm x 378mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.315   Red Riding Hood
             Hippodrome, Wigan. W/c 27th December c.1954
             Jimmy Malborn, Harry Tracy, The Gathering of the Clans, Kutie Kids,
             Jane Austin, Sherwood Girls, Margaret Harrison and Ida Rosaire’s
             Pekinese.
             1pp red and blue
             253mm x 379mm


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             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.316   Old Mother Hubbard
             Hippodrome, Stockton. W/c 10th January c.1954
             Roy Rolland, Nelson Fletcher, Carol Gatley, Julie Dey, Alec Halls,
             Chris Sands, Lewis Nanton, Max Dakin
             1pp red and blue
             251mm x 378mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.317   Cinderella
             Empire Theatre, Oldham. W/c 24th January 1955
             Kay Hamilton, Sheila Dawson, Kathie Dene, Len Astor, Leslie, Pell,
             Hal Denis, Teddy Deakin and Angela Kaye
             1pp red and green
             252mm x 379mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.318   Queen’s Theatre, Blackpool
             W/c 26th December 1955 – Bo-Peep and her Live Sheep
             W/c 2nd January 1956 – Goldilocks and the Three Bears
             1pp red and blue
             251mm x 379mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.319   Robinson Crusoe
             Empire Theatre, Wombwell. W/c 24th January 1955
             Eileen May, Syd Makin, Ted Alex, Johnny Clayton, Margaret Morne,
             Gloria Jansen, Leslie Bryant, Johnny Daw, Robert Grayson, Olive Day,
             Robbie, Elsie Dunn and Billy Grant
             1pp colour illus.
             253mm x 379mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.320   Red Riding Hood
             Ashton-under-Lyne. W/c 27th December 1954
             Joe Ring, Al Dexter & Des Dale, Ann Rooney, Syd Howard & Dick
             Astor, Joyce Harvey, Vera Valentine’s famous “Royalty Girls”,
             Jaqueline, Paul Betts, Terry Joyce, Dore Chambers, Norma Joyce,
             Sheila Fields, Pogo and the Smarte Brothers.
             1pp red and blue
             253mm x 379mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.321   Babes in the Wood
             Playhouse Theatre, Bury St. Edmunds. W/c 10th January 1955




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             Harry Rowson, Cliff Gay, Dorothy Howe, Noel Baron, Don Clifford &
             Dickie Bird, Annette Gaye, Norma Joyce, Derek Yielding, Shirley
             Wood, Ivy Barry, Festine, Vera Valentine’s famous “Royalty Girls” and
             Doreen and Ronaine.
             1pp colour illus.
             252mm x 378mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.322   Babes in the Wood
             Playhouse Theatre, Colchester. W/c 27th December 1954
             Harry Rowson, Cliff Gay, Dorothy Howe, Noel Baron, Don Clifford &
             Dickie Bird, Annette Gaye, Norma Joyce, Derek Yielding, Shirley
             Wood, Ivy Barry, Festine, Vera Valentine’s famous “Royalty Girls” and
             Doreen and Ronaine.
             1pp colour illus.
             254mm x 379mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.323   Sooty’s Christmas Show
             Royal Hall, Harrogate. W/c 27th December c.1950s
             Sooty, Harry Corbett, Myster E, Bonzo, Marjorie’s Newbury’s
             Television Dance Girls
             1pp red and green
             190mm x 318mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.324   Aladdin and his Wonderful Lamp
             Empire, West Hartlepool. W/c 10th January 1955
             Bobby Thompson, Edna Dean, George Chicane, Michael Hibbert,
             Terry Moore, Lynn Harwood, Zaro & Zarita, Michael Hill, The
             Lombards, Freda Compton’s Dancing Juveniles, Peggy Patterson, Ida
             Robson, Gene Patton and the Lovely Lotus Blossoms
             1pp colour illus.
             252mm x 379mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.325   Aladdin
             New Cross Empire. 24th December – 31st January c.1950s
             Wally Wood, Eva Kane, Jenny Hayes, Phil Lester, Jill Hawley, John
             Stewart, Norma Elliott, Maureen & Sylvia O’Neill, Slip & Slop, Leslie
             Richards, Johnny Clayton, Sammy Bayes, Billy Sinclair, Francesca’s
             Dancing Debutantes, The Four Yongs.
             1pp colour illus.
             251mm x 377mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.326   Red Riding Hood


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             Palace, Newcsatle-on-Tyne. W/c 24th December c.1950s
             Dickie Arnold, Jimmy Edmundson, Norma Barry, Eileen Keegan,
             Anthony Tuppen, Keefe Bros. & Annette, Lynda Johnson, Mickie
             Warren, Jimmy Warren, Charles Stirling, Derek Lawrence, Francis
             Langford’s 10 Singing Scholars, Whiteleys – 10 Zio Angels, 10 Rosslyn
             Babes, Scott’s Sea Lions, 3 Burgess Bros.
             1pp colour illus.
             253mm x 379mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.327   Sinbad the Sailor
             Gaumont Theatre, Taunton. W/c 12th January c.1950s
             Keith Leggett, Tony Dalton, Sydney Barnes, Velvet Dahlen, Annette
             Gaye, Colleen Laine, Toiya Kee, Les Quatre Furres, Big Chief Beaver,
             Burt Brooks, Twelvetrees Oriental Puppets, Michael Skinner, Martin
             Lee, Noel Baron & Candy, Valerie Crofts, Bunny Carter, Casima and
             Pippo
             1pp colour illus.
             251mm x 378mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.328   Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
             Theatre Royal, Worcester. W/c 13th December 1954
             1pp red and green
             253mm x 380mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.329   Babes in the Wood
             Hippodrome & Queens Theatre, Keighley. W/c 3rd January 1955
             Jackson Earle, Rita Page, Vera Blaine, Peggy Naylor, Dorothy Ann
             Sanders & Barbara Deakin, Bud Wallis, Will Norman, Doreen Davis,
             Joe Davies, Dawn Bennett, Pat Warren, Jack & Joan’s 10 Sherwood
             Girls
             1pp colour illus.
             252mm x 378mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.330   Robinson Crusoe
             Empire Theatre, Swindon. W/c 27th December 1954
             Joyce Golding, Leslie Sarony, Afrique, Penelope Gray, Dorothy Black,
             Cliff Miller, The Gladys Hale Babes, The Jaydee Girls, Tony Stuart,
             Eltham & Sharpe, Elspeth Ross
             1pp red and blue
             252mm x 378mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.331   Mother Goose


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             Stockton Hippodrome. W/c 27th December 1954
             Billy Eaves, Sandy Daw, Harry Dawson, Edina Mason, Eddie Bewicke,
             Gilda Russell, Kathleen Laing, Jose Mykova, Griff Kendall, John
             Hammond, Regal Girls, Aerial Kenways and Carillon Girls Choir.
             1pp red and blue
             252mm x 379mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.332   Aladdin and his Wonderful Lamp
             Pleasure Gardens Theatre, Folkestone. W/c 27th December 1954
             Albert Grant, Renee Beck, Larry Gordon Girls, Homer & Hal, Reginald
             Vincent, Norman Yeomans and Felovis
             1pp red and blue
             254mm x 379mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.333   Mother Goose
             Theatre Royal, St. Helens. W/c 13th December 1976
             Brian Eames, Charles Burdon, Noel Crowder, Pam & Mel Wingfield,
             Beverley Hill, Diane De Forge, David Lee, Coronet Dancers, Ray Paul
             Music
             1pp red and green
             254mm x 381mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.334   Aladdin & His Wonderful Lamp
             Pavilion Theatre, Liverpool. W/c 27th December 1954
             Ken Dodd, Jimmy Couton, Bill Young, Joan Price, Erik Leifson, Philip
             Becker, Bill Owen, Keith Lee, Wanda Alpar, Lemarr Brothers &
             Suzette, Marilyn Girls, Merseyside Mites, Marie Joy, Benson Dulay
             and Company and Pan Yue Yen Troupe
             1pp red and blue
             253mm x 378mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.33    Pavilion Theatre, Liverpool.
             W/c 26th December 1955 – Babes in the Wood
             W/c 9th January 1956 – The Old Woman who Lived in a Shoe
             W/c 16th January 1956 – Cinderella
             W/c 23th January 1956 – Goldilocks and the Three Bears
             Harry Rowson, Raf and Julian Jover, Harry Neil, Joe Poynton, Frank
             Randle, Tony Lester, Bud Weston
             1pp red and blue
             251mm x 379mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.336   Dick Whittington and his Cat


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             Also, The 11 O’Clock Show with Uncle Ken
             Arcadia Theatre, Skegness. 29th July – 6th September c.1970s
             1pp red and black
             254mm x 380mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.337   Jack and the Beanstalk
             Civic Theatre, Scunthorpe. 27th December 1976 – 29th January 1977
             Roy Caval, Robin Howard, Maurice Moren, Dianne Margaret, Mike
             Scott, Ann Duval, Chris Edwards, The Coronet Dancers, Kim Jarvis,
             Vic Riches Music.
             1pp green and red.
             254mm x 381mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.338   Cinderella
             Theatre Royal, St. Helens. 17th-29th December c1970s
             Roy Lester and Paula Lee, Claudie Lee, Patricia Allwood, Mike
             Pannell, Don Peters, Bella Maw, Jackie Pallo Jnr., Shelli Le-Crane,
             Black Theatre Puppets, Luckens Fairy Coach and Shetland Ponies
             1pp green and red.
             254mm x 381mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.339   Cinderella
             Civic Theatre, Rotherham. 27th December – 15th January c1970s
             Roy Lester and Paula Lee, Claudie Lee, Patricia Allwood, Mike
             Pannell, Don Peters, Bella Maw, Jackie Pallo Jnr., Shelli Le-Crane,
             Black Theatre Puppets, Luckens Fairy Coach and Shetland Ponies
             1pp green and red.
             254mm x 381mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.340   Babes in the Wood
             Theatre Royal, St. Helens. 11th -20th December c.1970s
             Roy Lester, Steve King, John Warwick, Barbara Jackson, Alan
             Kent & Johnny Laine
             1pp red and green
             253mm x380mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.341   Aladdin
             Hippodrome, Aldershot. 24th December -11th January c.1970s
             George Williams, Julie Michaels, Joan Hurley, Kathryn Sadler, Elissa
             Raye, The Corps de Ballet
             Poster left blank for overprinting
             1pp red and blue, illus.


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             254mm x 380mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.342   Goldilocks and the Three Bears
             Theatre Royal, St. Helens. Commencing 15th January c.1970s
             Larry Larkin, Jack Storey, Black Theatre Puppets, Joan Grundy
             Juveniles
             1pp red and green
             253mm x380mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

Posters in Blue A3 box

178R11.400   Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
             Rhyl 25th July-7th Aug, 1977
             5th Jubilee Year
             Moontrekin Horses & Ponies, Buffalo Billy Wild Wild West
             Supershow, Bionic Bertha, Miss Gina, Barbarella’s Dogs and Monkey
             Red and blue on yellow 254mm x 381mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.401   Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
             Rhyl 25th July-7th Aug, 1977
             5th Jubilee Year
             Moontrekin Horses & Ponies, Buffalo Billy Wild Wild West
             Supershow, Bionic Bertha, Miss Gina, Barbarella’s Dogs and Monkey
             Red and blue on white 254mm x 381mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.402   Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
             Barry 10th -15th Oct, 1977
             5th Jubilee Year
             Moontrekin Horses & Ponies, Buffalo Billy Wild Wild West
             Supershow, Bionic Bertha, Miss Gina, Barbarella’s Dogs and Monkey
             Red and blue on yellow 254mm x 381mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.403   Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
             Penarth 6th -8th Oct, 1977
             5th Jubilee Year
             Moontrekin Horses & Ponies, Buffalo Billy Wild Wild West
             Supershow, Bionic Bertha, Miss Gina, Barbarella’s Dogs and Monkey
             Red and blue on white 254mm x 381mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.404   Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
             Ystradgynlais 22nd -24th Sept, 1977


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             5th Jubilee Year
             Moontrekin Horses & Ponies, Buffalo Billy Wild Wild West
             Supershow, Bionic Bertha, Miss Gina, Barbarella’s Dogs and Monkey
             Red and blue on white 254mm x 381mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.405   Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
             Dolgellau 4th -6th Sept, 1977
             5th Jubilee Year
             Moontrekin Horses & Ponies, Buffalo Billy Wild Wild West
             Supershow, Bionic Bertha, Miss Gina, Barbarella’s Dogs and
             Monkey
             Red and blue on white 254mm x 381mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.406   Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
             Cowbridge 3rd -5th Oct, 1977
             5th Jubilee Year
             Moontrekin Horses & Ponies, Buffalo Billy Wild Wild West
             Supershow, Bionic Bertha, Miss Gina, Barbarella’s Dogs and Monkey
             Red and blue on yellow 254mm x 381mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.407   Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
             Barmouth 1st -2nd Sept, 1977
             5th Jubilee Year
             Moontrekin Horses & Ponies, Buffalo Billy Wild Wild West
             Supershow, Bionic Bertha, Miss Gina, Barbarella’s Dogs and Monkey
             Red and blue on yellow 254mm x 381mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.408   Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
             Portmadoc 29th -31st Aug, 1977
             5th Jubilee Year
             Moontrekin Horses & Ponies, Buffalo Billy Wild Wild West
             Supershow, Bionic Bertha, Miss Gina, Barbarella’s Dogs and Monkey
             Red and blue on white 254mm x 381mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.409   Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
             Pwllheli 22nd -27th Aug, 1977
             5th Jubilee Year
             Moontrekin Horses & Ponies, Buffalo Billy Wild Wild West
             Supershow, Bionic Bertha, Miss Gina, Barbarella’s Dogs and Monkey
             Red and blue on white 254mm x 381mm
             Charles Taylor Collection




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178R11.410   Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
             Caernarvon 18th -20th Aug, 1977
             5th Jubilee Year
             Moontrekin Horses & Ponies, Buffalo Billy Wild Wild West
             Supershow, Bionic Bertha, Miss Gina, Barbarella’s Dogs and Monkey
             Red and blue on yellow 254mm x 381mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.411   Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
             Skegby 7th -11th April, 1977
             5th Jubilee Year
             Red and blue on yellow 254mm x 380mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.412   Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
             Langley Mill 4th -5th April, 1977
             5th Jubilee Year
             Red and blue on yellow 254mm x 380mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.413   Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
             Ashbourne 11th -13th March, 1977
             5th Jubilee Year
             Red and blue on yellow 254mm x 380mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.414   Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
             Bramcote 18th -20th March, 1977
             5th Jubilee Year
             Red and blue on yellow 254mm x 380mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.415   Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
             Cotgrave 21st -23rd March, 1977
             5th Jubilee Year
             Red and blue on yellow 254mm x 380mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.416   Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
             New Mills 22nd -24th April, 1977
             5th Jubilee Year
             Red and blue on yellow 254mm x 380mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.417   Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
             Chapel-en-le-Frith 19th -21st April, 1977
             5th Jubilee Year


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             Red and blue on yellow 254mm x 380mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.418   Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
             Flixton 26th -28th April, 1977
             5th Jubilee Year
             Red and blue on yellow 254mm x 380mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.419   Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
             Pontypridd 24th -29th Oct, 1977
             5th Jubilee Year
             Moontrekin Horses & Ponies, Buffalo Billy Wild Wild West
             Supershow, Bionic Bertha, Miss Gina, Barbarella’s Dogs and Monkey
             Red and blue on yellow 254mm x 381mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.420   Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
             Stourbridge 7th -9th Nov, 1977
             5th Jubilee Year
             Moontrekin Horses & Ponies, Buffalo Billy Wild Wild West
             Supershow, Bionic Bertha, Miss Gina, Barbarella’s Dogs and Monkey
             Red and blue on yellow 254mm x 381mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.421   Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
             Dudley 14th -19th Nov, 1977
             5th Jubilee Year
             Moontrekin Horses & Ponies, Buffalo Billy Wild Wild West
             Supershow, Bionic Bertha, Miss Gina, Barbarella’s Dogs and Monkey
             Red and blue on yellow 254mm x 381mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.422   Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
             Rowley Regis 10th -12th Nov, 1977
             5th Jubilee Year
             Moontrekin Horses & Ponies, Buffalo Billy Wild Wild West
             Supershow, Bionic Bertha, Miss Gina, Barbarella’s Dogs and Monkey
             Red and blue on white 254mm x 381mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.423   Circus Apollo-Britain’s Supersonic Circus
             Colwyn Bay 21st -23rd July, 1977
             5th Jubilee Year
             Moontrekin Horses & Ponies, Buffalo Billy Wild Wild West
             Supershow, Bionic Bertha, Miss Gina, Barbarella’s Dogs and Monkey
             Red and blue on yellow 254mm x 381mm


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             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.424   Gandey’s International Circus
             Sunderland Empire Theatre W/c 14th March 1977
             The Montas, Achmed the Llama, Dr. Sparks the electronic man,
             Cheeko, Tommy the T.V. pony, Schumann Brothers, Alec Halls
             Red, blue and yellow on white 255mm x 380mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.425   Chapman’s International Stage Circus
             Theatre Royal
             Week Commencing 23rd Oct, c.1977
             Lacy’s Forest Bred Lions, clowns, trapeze artistes, Black Theatre
             puppets, plus performing bears, llamas, ponies, dogs
             Red and blue on yellow 254mm x 381mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.426   Circus Pinder
             Berwick upon Tweed 19th -21st April c.1970s
             Red on yellow 252mm x 379mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.427   Circus Pinder
             Dunbar 22nd -24th April c.1970s
             Red on yellow 252mm x 379mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.428   Circus Pinder
             Rosyth 29th April -1st May c.1970s
             Red on yellow 252mm x 379mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.429   Circus Pinder
             Haddington 26th -28th April c.1970s
             Red on yellow 252mm x 379mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.430   Circus Pinder
             Newburgh 10th -12th May c.1970s
             Red on yellow 252mm x 379mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.431   Circus Pinder
             Cupar 6th -8th May c.1970s
             Red on yellow 252mm x 379mm
             Charles Taylor Collection




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178R11.432   Circus Pinder
             Kirriemuir 20th -22nd May c.1970s
             Red on yellow 252mm x 379mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.433   Circus Pinder
             Brechin 24th -26th May c.1970s
             Red on yellow 252mm x 379mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.434   Circus Pinder
             Stonehaven 31st May -2nd June c.1970s
             Red on yellow 252mm x 379mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.435   Circus Pinder
             Blank poster
             Red on yellow 252mm x 379mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.436   Circus location bill
             Kronkeyshaw Common, Rochdale 4th -13th April c.1970s
             Red on yellow 378mm x 254mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.437   Circus location bill
             De Laine Field, off Spalding Road, Bourne 14th -16th April c.1970s
             Red on white 380mm x 203mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.438   Circus location bill
             Play Close, Melton Mowbray 17th -19th May c.1970s
             Black on orange 368mm x 252mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.439   Circus location bill
             Galley Hill Field, Sleaford 24th -26th May c.1970s
             Black on orange 368mm x 253mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.440   Circus location bill
             Ingelow Avenue Playing Fields, Boston 21st -23rd May c.1970s
             Red on white 380mm x 253mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.441   Circus location bill
             The Floral Pavilion, New Brighton 28th May -2nd June c.1970s


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             Red on white 381mm x 203mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.442   Circus location bill
             Union Street, Grantham 28th May -2nd June c.1970s
             Red on white 380mm x 206mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.443   Circus location bill
             Stockwood Park, Luton 9th -14th July c.1970s
             Red on white 374mm x 203mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.444   Circus location bill
             Cherry Tree Meadow, Dereham 28th -30th June c.1970s
             Red on white 375mm x 203mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.445   Circus location bill
             Billesley Common, Kingsheath 27th -29th September c.1970s
             Red on white 375mm x 203mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.446   Circus location bill
             Small Heath Park 17th -19th September c.1970s
             Red on white 375mm x 203mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.447   Circus location bill
             Midsummer Common, Cambridge 23rd -28th July c.1970s
             Red on white 375mm x 203mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.448   Circus location bill
             Torkington Park, Hazel Grove 29th October -3rd November c.1970s
             Red on white 379mm x 258mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.449   Circus location bill
             Senneley’s Park, Northfield 13th -15th September c.1970s
             Red on white 374mm x 203mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.450   Circus location bill
             Recreation Ground, Garrison Lane 24th -26th September c.1970s
             Red on white 374mm x 203mm
             Charles Taylor Collection


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178R11.451   Circus location bill
             Old Abattoir Site, Cleveland Rd, Wolverhampton 1st -6th October
             c.1970s
             Black on orange 368mm x 253mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.452   Circus location bill
             Pype Hayes Park, Erdington 20th -22nd September c.1970s
             Black on orange 368mm x 253mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.453   Circus location bill
             Harthan Common, Hertford 16th -21st July c.1970s
             Black on orange 368mm x 253mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.454   Circus location bill
             Fermain Boys Club Ground, Oxford Rd, Macclesfield 6th -11th Nov
             c.1970s
             Blue on white 377mm x 254mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.455   Circus location bill
             Cinder Ash Park, Long Sutton 17th -18th June c.1970s
             Red on white 375mm x 203mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.456   Circus location bill
             Station Road, Whittlesey 4th -7th June c.1970s
             Black on orange 368mm x 253mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.457   Circus location bill
             The Howdale, Downham Market 19th -21st June c.1970s
             Black on orange 368mm x 252mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.458   Circus location bill
             Recreation Ground, Swaffham 25th -27th June c.1970s
             Black on orange 368mm x 252mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.459   Circus location bill
             Whitby Park, Ellesmere Port 8th -13th October c.1970s
             Black on orange 368mm x 252mm
             Charles Taylor Collection


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178R11.460   Circus location bill
             Recreation Ground, Weaverham 15th -17th October c.1970s
             Red on white 378mm x 253mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.461   Circus location bill
             Woodsend Playing Fields, Flixton 18th -20th October c.1970s
             Blue on white 378mm x 253mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.462   Circus location bill
             Longford Park, Stretford 22nd -27th October c.1970s
             Black on orange 368mm x 252mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.463   Circus location bill
             Cattle Market Car Park, Congleton 6th -9th March c.1970s
             Blue on white 380mm x 202mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.464   Circus location bill
             Sandyford High Street, Tunstall 11th -16th March c.1970s
             Red on yellow 380mm x 202mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.465   Circus location bill
             St Mary’s Playing Fields, Prestwich 24th -30th March c.1970s
             Black on orange 367mm x 252mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.466   Circus location bill
             Princes Park, Irlam 31st March -2nd April c.1970s
             Blue on yellow 379mm x 253mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.467   Circus location bill
             Seedley Park, Salford 14th -19th April c.1970s
             Blue on orange 368mm x 252mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.468   Circus location bill
             Beech Farm Playing Field, Swinton 21st -23rd April c.1970s
             Blue on white 379mm x 253mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.469   Circus location bill


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             Parfold Park, Worsley 28th -30th April c.1970s
             Blue on blue 380mm x 253mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.470   Circus location bill
             Montrose Avenue, Wigan 2nd -10th May c.1970s
             Black on orange 369mm x 202mm
             Charles Taylor Collection
178R11.471   Circus location bill
             Princes Park, Southport 1st -6th June c.1970s
             Blue on orange 368mm x 203mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.472   Circus location bill
             South Common Site, Lincoln 7th -12th May c.1970s
             Black on orange 368mm x 252mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.473   Circus location bill
             Victoria Park, Crosby 9th -13th June c.1970s
             Black on orange 368mm x 203mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.474   Circus location bill
             Duke Street Park, Formby 16th -18th June c.1970s
             Black on orange 368mm x 203mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.475   Circus location bill
             Theatre Royal, St. Helens
             19th -24th May c.1970s
             Blue on orange 369mm x 203mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.476   Circus Apollo, Britain’s Supersonic Circus
             Abergele, Wales 19th-20th July c1970s
             Acts include Bionic Bertha
             Miss Gina-contortionist
             The Martells and others
             Red and blue in yellow. 260mm x 380mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

Theatre Posters

178R11.600   Ralph Reader Show
             Adeline Genee Theatre, East Grinstead 1st -3rd April c.1970s



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             Ralph Reader, The De Milles, Barbara Drew, Margaret White, Bridie
             Devon, Jack Seaton
             Red and grey on white 254mm x 380mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.601   Big Show Variety ‘75
             Hoe Theatre, Plymouth W/c 5th May 1975
             Ralph Reader, Jack Mozelle, The Keddello’s, Bette Gilmore, Barbara
             Drew, Calvin Kaye, Carol Gordon, Jack Seaton
             Red and grey on white 255m x 380mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.602   The Good Olde Days
             Gaiety Theatre, Minehead. Commencing 20th June c.1970s
             Mike Onions, Norman Ghent, Dianne Margaret, Eric Gething, Bryan
             and Carol Douglas, Bridie Devon, The Lovely Gaiety Girls, Janet
             Denny, Diane Deforge, Isabel Evely, Steve Burling
             Red and blue on white illus. 254m x 381mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.603   The Good Olde Days
             Prince of Wales Theatre, Colwyn Bay. Commencing 28th June c.1970s
             Tony Melody, Burdon & Moran, Margaret Little, Andrew Gardner,
             John Emms, Gladys Ambrose, Janette Rose, The Startime Dancers,
             Vic Riches and his music
             Red and blue on white illus. 257m x 387mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.604   Spring Show ‘78
             Pavilion Theatre, Bournemouth. W/c 17th April 1978
             Beverley Sisters, Mike Scott, Roy “Jake” Jacobs, The Dolly Set, Miki
             and Griff, Ray Paul and his music
             Red and blue on yellow. 254m x 380mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.605   Those Golden Years of Music Hall
             Theatre Royal, Nottingham.
             Commencing 8th May 1978
             Arthur Askey, Peter Cavanagh, Van Buren and Company, Reed and
             Delroy, Adelaide Hall, Wally Dunn, Bob and Alf Pearson
             Red and blue on white illus. 248m x 386mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.606   Spring Show ‘78
             Pavilion Theatre, Bournemouth. W/c 10th April 1978
             Arthur Askey, Reed and Delroy, Adelaide Hall, Wally Dunn, The Dolly
             Set, Bruce Trent


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             Black and purple on yellow. 254m x 381mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.607   Sensational Personal Appearance of Harry Secombe
             City Varieties, Leeds. 14th December c.1970s
             Harry Secombe, Des King, Helen Foster, The Song Spinners
             Red and blue on white 254m x 380mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.608   The Magic of the Music Hall
             City Varieties, Leeds. 7th April -3rd May c.1970s
             Wally Dunn, Gloria Ross, Dennis Lake, The Gorgeous Gaiety Girls,
             Gerrie Raymond, Lew Williams, Colin Cresswell, Paula Lee with
             Claudi and Shelli
             Red and black on white 254m x 380mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.609   The Glamour of the Music Hall
             City Varieties, Leeds. Commencing 30th September 1974
             The Gorgeous Gaiety Girls, Ken Joy, Julie McMahon, Barbara Jackson,
             Dennis Lake, Gary Webb, ‘Red’ Preston, Colin Cresswell
             Red and black on yellow, illus. 264m x 403mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.610   Festival of the Music Hall
             City Varieties, Leeds. Commencing 11th November 1974
             The Gorgeous Gaiety Girls, Mr Chairman and a cast of favourite
             artistes
             Red and blue on white, illus. 264m x 406mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.611          Edwin Hicks Show
             Laugh Inn, South Pier, Blackpool. 1969
             Edwin Hicks, The Advert Game, Miss Mini-World
             Red and black on white, illus. 273m x 418mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.612   Those Good Old Days
             Arcadia, Skegness. 23rd June c.1970s
             Wally Dunn, Philippa Boulter, Dennis Lake, The Gorgeous Gaiety
             Girls, Gerrie Raymond, Llewellyn Williams, Colin Cresswell, Paula Lee
             with Claudi and Shelli
             Red, black and yellow on white 280m x 400mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.613   The Annual Midnight Matinee
             ABC Theatre, Blackpool. 13th June 1978


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             The Bachelors, Marti Caine, Candlewick Green, Joe Church, Billy
             Dainty, Syd Francis, The Half Wits, Colin “Fingers” Henry, Neville
             King, The Nolan Sisters, Tony Selby, Stuart Atkins and the ABC
             Theatre Orchestra
             Red and blue on white 254m x 381mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

Mixed Posters in small cardboard box

178R11.650   The real show at the world’s most famous music hall in the true gay
             90’s style
             City Varieties, Leeds. Commencing 30th April 1973
             Dave Betton, Ann Woollin, Red Preston, The Gorgeous Gaiety Girls,
             Mike Scott, Brenda Martyne, Steve Collins, Annette Cotton, Hugo
             Myatt
             Multicoloured on white illus. 332m x 518mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.651           Good Old Days invites you to A Night at the Varieties
             Arcadia Theatre, Skegness. Commencing 25th June 1970
             Kenny Cantor, Brenda Martyne, Douglas Quarterman, Patricia Baker,
             The Gorgeous Gaiety Girls, Sean Mackenzie, Paul and Barry Harmon,
             Victor Seaforth, Vic Riches, Norman Wood
             Red and blue on white illus. 264m x 470mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.652   Good Old Days invites you to A Night at the Varieties
             Arcadia Theatre, Skegness. Commencing 27th June c.1970s
             Gary Webb, Ken Joy, Barbara Jackson, Red Preston, Dennis Lake, The
             Gorgeous Gaiety Girls, John Warwick, Julie McMahon, Colin
             Cresswell, Vic Riches and his music
             Multicoloured on white illus. 332m x 518mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.653   Good Old Days invites you to A Night at the Varieties
             Arcadia Theatre, Skegness. Commencing 23rd June c.1970s
             Dave Betton, George Bolton, Elisabeth Nicholls, Gary Webb, Sue
             Germani, George Raymonde, The Gorgeous Gaiety Girls, Joyce
             Wharton, Jimmy Gray
             Multicoloured on white illus. 332m x 518mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.654   Good Old Days invites you to A Night at the Varieties
             Pavilion Theatre, Rhyl. Commencing 9th June c.1970s
             Wyn Calvin, Margaret Smith, Colin Cresswell, The Gorgeous Gaiety
             Girls, Chris Roy, Brenda Martyne, Vic Riches, Johnny Dillon, Ken
             Barnes


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             Multicoloured on white illus. 332m x 518mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.655   Good Old Days invites you to A Night at the Varieties
             City Varieties, Leeds. Commencing 24th April 1972
             Kenny Cantor, Jill Summers, Annette Cotton, John Warwick, The
             Gorgeous Gaiety Girls, Mary Spencer, Alan Corser, Barbara Jackson,
             Johnny Rockett, Syd Leeming, Hugo Myatt
             Multicoloured on white illus. 332m x 518mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.656   Good Old Days invites you to A Night at the Varieties
             Gaiety Theatre, Ayr. Commencing 27th May 1974
             Gary Webb, Ken Joy, Barbara Jackson, Red Preston, Dennis Lake, The
             Gorgeous Gaiety Girls, John Warwick, Julie McMahan, Colin Cresswell
             Multicoloured on white illus. 332m x 518mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.657   Good Old Days invites you to A Night at the Varieties
             The Adam Smith Centre, Kirkcaldy. Commencing 10th June 1974
             Gary Webb, Ken Joy, Barbara Jackson, Red Preston, Dennis Lake, The
             Gorgeous Gaiety Girls, John Warwick, Julie McMahan, Colin Cresswell
             Multicoloured on white illus. 332m x 518mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.658   The Flag Lieutenant
             The Picture House, Nottingham. Commencing 24th October c.1970s
             Henry Edwards
             Black and red on orange. 311m x 508mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.659   Edwin Hicks Show / Miss Mini-World / Model Child
             Hop on for the Penthouse Sunspot, Blackpool Pleasure Beach c.1970s
             Blue and red on white, illus. 457mm x 152mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.660   World of Wonders, The Unexpected
             Continuous show of action and oddities for the entire family c.1970s
             Blue, yellow and green on white, illus. 280mm x 432mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.661   Tucker’s Fun Fair
             Left blank for location c.1970s
             2 posters
             Speedway, waltzer
             Blue and red on white. 384mm x 506mm
             Charles Taylor Collection


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178R11.662   Thurcroft Community Bonfire & Fireworks and Fun Fair
             Thurcroft Recreation Ground c.1970s
             Blue and red on pink. 381mm x 508mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.663   Circus Verlaine
             Left blank for location c.1970s
             Grin – Europe’s No. 1 clown, acrobats, jugglers, fakirs, aerialists,
             animals, ritual fire spectacular
             Multicoloured on white. 380mm x 508mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.664   Gandey’s Circus
             Left blank for location c.1970s
             Crazy circus clowns, speciality acts, wild west, novelty animal acts
             Blue and red on yellow, illus. 380mm x 508mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.665   Circus Apollo
             Left blank for location c.1970s
             The Ivanos, Les Puppeteers, Gonzarlez, Miss Debbie Sue, Barbarella’s
             Abounding Hounds, Mac Sisters Wild West Supershow, Miss Gina
             Contortions, J.J. Marriott, Marc Christian, Alando & Loui
             Multicoloured on white. 364mm x 508mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.666   Circus Apollo
             Left blank for location c.1970s
             The Ivanos, Les Puppeteers, Debbie Sue, Barbarella’s Abounding
             Hounds, Mac Sisters Wild West Supershow, Miss Gina Contortions,
             Marc Christian, Alando & Co.
             Multicoloured on white. 364mm x 508mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.667   Circus Apollo
             Left blank for location c.1970s
             Sioux and Piet, Tex and Anita Cowboys, Debbie Sue, Doggy Allsorts
             presented by Barbarella, Royal Welsh grey ponies presented by
             Alando, Madam Assunta, Aztek Indian Fire Dancers, Peter Platter,
             Gargantuan Gorilla Congo & Susie, Clowns - Jo-Jo, Poo-Poo and
             Edward
             Multicoloured on white. 378mm x 508mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.668   Fossett Bros. Circus
             Print of dates and show times 2nd -4th April c.1970s


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             Blue on white. 556mm x 380mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.669   Fossett Bros. Circus
             Print of dates and show times 2nd -4th May c.1970s
             Blue on white. 556mm x 380mm
             Charles Taylor Collection
178R11.670   Fossett Bros. Circus
             Print of dates and show times 9th -11th May c.1970s
             Blue on white. 556mm x 380mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.671   Fossett Bros. Circus
             Print of dates and show times 1st, 2nd and 4th June c.1970s
             Blue on white. 556mm x 380mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.672   Fun Fair
             Queens Hall, Leeds 23rd December – 14th January c.1970s
             Major rides, bingo
             Red and blue on yellow. 382mm x 506mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.673   Babes in the Wood
             City Varieties, Leeds Commencing 22nd December 1978
             Ben Warriss, Bruce Trent, Ken Barnes, Du Marte and Denzar, Jon
             Junior, Joe Cook, Jean Pearce’s Junior Showtimers
             Multicoloured on white, illus. [cardboard] 361mm x 505mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.674   Babes in the Wood
             City Varieties, Leeds Commencing 22nd December 1978
             Ben Warriss, Bruce Trent, Ken Barnes, Du Marte and Denzar, Jon
             Junior, Joe Cook, Jean Pearce’s Junior Showtimers
             Multicoloured on white, illus. [paper] 361mm x 505mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.675   Jack and the Beanstalk
             City Varieties, Leeds Commencing 22nd December 1972
             Charlie Cairoli, Steve Collins, Ken Barnes, Ann Langford, Anne
             Woollin, Paul Connor, Dennis Lake, Charlie Jnr, The Gaiety Dancers,
             Jimmy Buchanan, Jane Terry, Brenda Martyne, Stan Simmons, Red
             Preston
             Multicoloured on white, illus. 342mm x 506mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.676   Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs


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             City Varieties, Leeds Commencing 23rd December 1976
             7 real dwarfs, George Bolton, Des King, Eileen Martin, Bryan Nelson,
             The Twain Brothers, Joan Hall, Dennis Lake, Little Malcolm, Arthur
             Dean
             Red and blue on white, illus. [paper] 368mm x 506mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.677   Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
             City Varieties, Leeds Commencing 23rd December 1976
             7 real dwarfs, George Bolton, Des King, Eileen Martin, Bryan Nelson,
             The Twain Brothers, Joan Hall, Dennis Lake, Little Malcolm, Arthur
             Dean
             Red and blue on white, illus. [cardboard] 368mm x 506mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.678   Cinderella
             City Varieties, Leeds Commencing 23rd December 1977
             Des King, Deirdre Douglas, Kerry Meadows, Simon Browne, Mykel
             Mills, Peter Barbour, Alec Halls, Dennis Lake, Sue Barbour, Mandy
             Cole, The Gaiety Dancers,
             Multicoloured on white, illus. 336mm x 505mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.679   Cinderella
             City Varieties, Leeds Commencing 23rd December 1977
             Dave Betton, Marc Fleming, George Raymonde, Marsha Harris,
             Dennis Lake, Red Preston, Gerrie Raymond, Llewellyn Williams, Colin
             Cresswell, Annette Cotton
             Multicoloured on white, illus. 337mm x 505mm
             Charles Taylor Collection


Pantomime Posters

178R11.700   Aladdin
             Artwork for Aladdin pantomime poster c.1970s
             Multicoloured 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.701   Jack and the Beanstalk
             Artwork for Jack and the Beanstalk pantomime poster c.1970s
             Multicoloured 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.702   Cinderella
             Artwork for Cinderella pantomime poster c.1970s
             Multicoloured 1020mm x 760mm


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              Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.703    Babes in the Wood
              Artwork for Babes in the Wood pantomime poster c.1970s
              Multicoloured 1020mm x 760mm
              Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.704(i) Aladdin
              Artwork for Aladdin pantomime poster (top section) c.1970s
              Multicoloured 1020mm x 760mm
              Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.704(ii) Aladdin
               Artwork for Aladdin pantomime poster (middle section) c.1970s
               Multicoloured 1020mm x 760mm
               Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.704(iii) Aladdin
                Artwork for Aladdin pantomime poster (bottom section) c.1970s
                Multicoloured 1020mm x 760mm
                Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.705    Jack and the Beanstalk
              City Varieties, Leeds. Commencing 22nd December c.1972
              Charlie Cairoli, Steve Collins, Ken Barnes, Ann Langford, Anne
              Woollin, Paul O’Connor, Dennis Lake, Charlie Jnr, The Gaiety
              Dancers, Jimmy Buchanan, Jane Terry, Brenda Martyne, Stan
              Simmons, Red Preston.
              Red and black on white 1020mm x 760mm
              Charles Taylor Collection

Circus

178R11.800    Circus
              c.1970
              Colour on white. 1020mm x 760mm
              Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.801    Gandey’s Circus
              c.1970
              Black on yellow, illus. 1020mm x 760mm
              Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.802    Circus Apollo
              c.1970
              Red and blue on yellow, illus. 1020mm x 760mm
              Charles Taylor Collection


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178R11.803   Weights Circus and Zoo
             c.1970
             Elephants, lions, bears, monkeys, llamas, coloured donkeys, Shetland
             ponies
             Red and blue on yellow. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.804   Circus Markus
             1972
             Red on yellow. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.805   Fossett Bros. Circus
             c.1970
             Red and blue on yellow. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

Fair (top of plan chest 2)

178R11.900   Stanley Fun Fair
             Shaw 18th -21st August c.1975
             3 big rides, coconut shy, bingo stall
             Red and blue on yellow. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.901   Endcliffe Park, Sheffield Fun Fair
             13th -21st August c.1975
             Red and blue on white. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.902   Woodhouse Fun Fair
             Beighton Road
             Farrar 19th -23rd August c.1975
             Colour on yellow. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.903   Handsworth Feast
             St. Joseph’s Recreation Ground
             27th -31st August c.1975
             Red and black on yellow. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.904   Pudsey Feast
             J. Ling
             13th -21st August c.1975
             Red and black on yellow. 1020mm x 760mm


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             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.905   Barking Park Fun Fair
             Holland, 9th -18th September c.1975
             Red and blue on white. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.906   Concord Park August Fair, Sheffield
             Enoch Doubtfire 27th August -4th September c.1975
             Colour on white. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.907   Oaks Park Fun Fair, Sheffield
             26th August -4th September c.1975
             Waltzer, dodgem, speedway, Noah’s Ark
             Red and black on yellow. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.908   Beverley Fun Fair
             Morton Lane car park
             Shaw 1st -2nd October c.1975
             Waltzer, dodgems, speedway, Noah’s Ark, Twist
             Red and blue on yellow. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.909   Oaks Park Fun Fair, Sheffield
             26th August -3th September c.1975
             Waltzer, dodgems, speedway, Noah’s Ark
             Red and blue on white. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.910   Armley Feast
             The Showmen’s Guild, Yorkshire Section 2th -6th September c.1975
             Red and blue on white. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.911   Woodhouse Feast, Leeds
             The Showmen’s Guild, Yorkshire Section 23rd -27th September c.1975
             Red and blue on white. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.912   Normanton Gala and Fun Fair
             Hawhill Park
             North, 8th -16th September c.1975
             Red and blue on white. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection




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178R11.913   Bolton-on-Dearne Fair
             Shaw, 14th -26th March c.1975
             Waltzer, Speedway
             Red and blue on yellow. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.914   Woodhouse September Fair
             19th -27th September c.1975
             Red and blue on white. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.915   Queens Hall Xmas and New Year Fun Fair
             Doubtfire, 19th December -11th January c.1975
             Colour on white. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.916   Concord Park August Fair, Sheffield
             C. Enoch Doubtfire, 21st -30th August c.1975
             Red and blue on white. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.917   Leeds University Rag Week Fair
             Woodhouse Moor
             22nd -9th November c.1975
             Red and blue on white. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.918   Barnsley Xmas and Winter Fun Fair
             Regent Street car park
             19th December onwards c.1975
             Waltzer, Skyrider, Dodgems, Speedway, Flying Chairs
             Colour on white. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.919   Beverley Fun Fair
             Morton Lane car park
             Shaw 3rd -4th October c.1975
             Waltzer, dodgems, Noah’s Ark, Twist
             Red and blue on white. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.920   Brierley Common Easter Fair
             Shaw 15th -17th April c.1975
             The Moonwalk, Waltzer, dodgems, speedway, Noah’s Ark, Twist
             Red and blue on white. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection




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178R11.921   Bolton-on-Dearne Fair
             Shaw, 31st March -5th April c.1975
             Waltzer, Speedway
             Red and blue on white. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.922   Clifton Green Feast
             Shaw, 6th -11th May c.1975
             Noah’s Ark, Moonwalk, Speedway
             Red and black on yellow. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.923   Grimsby May Fair
             Victoria Street
             Doubtfire, 12th -22nd May c.1975
             Red and blue on white. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.924   Kirkheaton Springbank Fair
             North, 22nd May -1st June c.1975
             Waltzer, Dodgems
             Blue and white on red. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.925   Harrogate Whit Fair
             Shaw’s Trailer Park, Knaresbrough
             Shaw, 28th May -5th June c.1975
             Blue and purple on yellow. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.926   Dagenham Civic Centre Fair
             T. Holland, 1st -11th July c.1975
             Waltzer, Dodgems
             Red and blue on white. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.927   High Hazels Park Fair, Sheffield
             Enoch Doubtfire, 25th June -3rd July c.1975
             Red and blue on white. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.928   Beverley Summer Fair
             Morton Lane car park
             Shaw 9th -10th July c.1975
             Waltzer, Noah’s Ark
             Red and blue on white. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection


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178R11.929   Angram Bank, High Green Fun Fair
             Farrar, 8th -12th July c.1975
             Red and blue on white. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.930   Attercliffe Recreation Ground Fun Fair, Sheffield
             Farrar 15th -24th July c.1975
             Red and blue on yellow. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.931   Valence Park Fun Fair, Dagenham
             T. Holland 18th -22nd August c.1975
             Dodgems, Waltzer
             Red and blue on white. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.932   Conanby Summer Fair
             Ling 8th -17th July c.1975
             Big wheel, Meteorite, Octopus, Waltzer, Ark, Dodgems
             Purple and black on yellow. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.933   Hunslet Feast
             Middleton Grove
             Marshall Waddington 29th July -7th August c.1975
             Speedway, Twist, Trabant, Octopus, Waltzer, Dodgems
             Blue and white on red. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.934   Roe Green Fair, Kingsbury
             Holland 5th -14th August c.1975
             Waltzer, Dodgems
             Red and blue on yellow. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.935   Bolton-on-Dearne Fair
             Shaw, 9th -14th August c.1975
             Waltzer, Moonwalk, Haunted Castle
             Red and blue on white. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.936 Pudsey Feast
          J. Ling, 12th -20th August c.1975
          Red and black on yellow. 1020mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection




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178R11.937 Roe Green Fair, Kingsbury
          Holland 4th -20th August c.1975
          Waltzer, Dodgems
          Red and black on white. 1020mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.938 Roundhay Park Bonfire Fair, Leeds
          4th -6th November c.1975
          Don Lindbergh, high diver
          Red and blue on yellow. 1020mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.939 Beverley Summer Fair
          Morton Lane car park
          Shaw 15th -16th July c.1975
          Noah’s Ark, Speedway
          Red and blue on white. 1020mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.940 Angram Bank, High Green Jubilee Feast
          Farrar, 7th -12th July 1977
          Red and blue on white. 1020mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.941 Dewsbury Feast
          Showmen’s Guild, Yorkshire Section, 22nd -26th July c.1975
          Red and blue on yellow. 1020mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.942 Endcliffe Park Fun Fair, Sheffield
          Showmen’s Guild, Yorkshire Section, 12th -20th August c.1975
          Red and blue on white. 1020mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.943 Woodhouse Feast
          Beighton Road, Sheffield
          Farrar 18th -22nd August c.1975
          Colour on white. 1020mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.944 Scarborough Fair
          William Street coach park
          Albert Corrigan, 1st -4th October c.1975
          Colour on red. 1020mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.945 Huddersfield Easter Fair


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          Leeds Road Football Ground
          Showmen’s Guild, Yorkshire Section 23rd -29th March c.1975
          Red on white. 1020mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.946 Woodhouse Feast
          Beighton Road, Sheffield
          Farrar 17th -21st August c.1975
          Black, red and green on white. 1020mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.947 Scarborough Fair
          William Street coach park
          Albert Corrigan, 28th September -1st October c.1975
          Black and red on white. 1020mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.948 Scarborough Fair
          William Street coach park
          Albert Corrigan, 27th -30th September c.1975
          Red and blue on white. 1020mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.949 Armley Spring Fair
          The Showmen’s Guild, Yorkshire Section 27th -30th May c.1975
          Red and blue on white. 1020mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.950 Conanby Spring Fair
          Ling 13th -21st May c.1975
          Red and blue on white. 1020mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.951 Oaks Park Spring Bank Holiday and Jubilee Fair, Sheffield
          27th May-11th June 1977
          Red and blue on white. 1020mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.952 Humberside Show
          Beverley Racecouse
          Shaw, 19th 22nd May c.1975
          Red and blue on white. 1020mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.953 Grimsby May Fair
          Victoria Street
          Doubtfire, 11th -21st May c.1975


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          Red, blue and black on white. 1020mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.954 Central Park Fun Fair, Dagenham
          T. Holland 5th -14th May c.1975
          Red and blue on white. 1020mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.955 Pontefract Fun Fair
          Friar Wood car park
          G. Eddy 22nd April – 27th May c.1975
          Black and red on yellow. 1020mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.956 Heath Common Easter Fair, Wakefield
          Showmen’s Guild, Yorkshire Section Eater Monday and Tuesday c.1975
          Red and blue on white. 1020mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.957 Huddersfield Easter Fair
          Leeds Road Football Ground
          Showmen’s Guild, Yorkshire Section 7th -13th April c.1975
          Red and blue on yellow. 1020mm x 760mm
          Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.958    Woodhouse Easter Fair, Leeds
              The Showmen’s Guild, Yorkshire Section 8th -16th April c.1975
              Red and blue on white. 1020mm x 760mm
              Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.959    Barking Park Grand Fair
              T. Holland, 18th -27th September c.1975
              Dodgems, Waltzer
              Red and black on yellow. 1020mm x 760mm
              Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.960    Dewsbury Autumn Fair
              Rishforth Road car park
              Armstrong, 12th – 16th September c.1975
              Red and blue on white. 1020mm x 760mm
              Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.961    Oaks Park Fun Fair, Sheffield
              Ling, 21st -30th August c.1975
              Waltzer, dodgem, Noah’s Ark, Divebomber, Big Wheel, Octopus,
              Ghost Train
              Red and blue on yellow. 1020mm x 760mm


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             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.962   Handsworth Feast
             Handsworth Park
             North, 22nd -26th August c.1975
             Multicoloured. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.963   Harrogate Stray Fair
             22nd -30th August c.1975
             Blue and red on yellow. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.964   Armex ‘75
             Harrogate Showfield
             Shaw, 15th -17th August 1975
             Blue and red on yellow. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.965   Wakefield Great Holiday Fair
             Clarence Park
             1st -9th August c.1975
             Waltzer, Ark, Dodgems
             Multicoloured. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.966   Bolton-on-Dearne Fair
             Shaw, 24th -29th July c.1975
             Waltzer, Moonwalk, Haunted Castle
             Red and black on yellow. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.967   Hunslet Feast
             Middleton Grove
             Marshall Waddington 31st July -9th August c.1975
             Speedway, Twist, Trabant, Octopus, Waltzer, Dodgems
             Multicoloured. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.968   High Hazels Park Fair, Sheffield
             Doubtfire, 19th -28th June c.1975
             Red and blue on white. 1020mm x 760mm
             Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.969   Harrogate Whit Fair
             Shaw’s Trailer Park, Knaresbrough
             Shaw, 23rd -31st May c.1975


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              Waltzer, Moonwalk
              Red and black on yellow. 1020mm x 760mm
              Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.970    Greasborough and Kimberworth Fair
              St Paul’s Playing Field
              North, 30th May -3rd June c.1975
              Waltzer, Ark, Dodgems
              Multicoloured. 1020mm x 760mm
              Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.971    Kirkheaton Spring Bank Fair
              North, 23rd -27th May c.1975
              Waltzer, Dodgems. Rollercoaster
              Multicoloured. 1020mm x 760mm
              Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.972    Oaks Park Spring Fair, Sheffield
              22nd May -7th June c.1975
              Satellite, Dodgems
              Red and blue on yellow. 1020mm x 760mm
              Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.973    Doncaster Racecourse Fun Fair
              Doubtfire, 13th -15th March c.1975
              Red and blue on white. 1020mm x 760mm
              Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.974    Grimsby May Fair
              Victoria Street
              Doubtfire, 13th -20th May c.1975
              Red and blue on white. 1020mm x 760mm
              Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.1000   Verlaine
              c.1970
              Multicoloured on white. 1020mm x 760mm
              Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.1001 The Al Jolson Show, The Good Olde Days, Search for a Star
            Embassy, Skegness. Commencing 24th May 1980
            Steve King, Ben Warriss, Michael Chivers and Vera Bennett, The Two
            Manderinos, Ray Dawson, Janice Suttons’s Minstrel Belles
            Red and green on yellow. 1020mm x 760mm
            Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.1002 Gaslight Gaieties


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              Guildhall, Southampton. 19th May 1980
              Sheila Bernette, Pamela Cundell, Ronnie Collis, Larry Drew. Marion
              Grimaldi, Jan Hunt, Ian Patterson, Julia Sutton, Dominic Le Foe,
              Geoffrey Brawn
              Red and black on white, photograph. 1020mm x 760mm
              Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.1003 The Good Olde Days
            Hippodrome, Birmingham. 5th -8th December c.1970
            David Whitfield, Derek Roy, Tommy Trafford, Jean Barrington,
            Simone and Grant Douglas, Vivien Russell, Ronnie Parnell & Marie
            Ashton, Duggie Chapman, Jack Brear and his Music
            Red and blue on white. 1020mm x 760mm
            Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.1004   An Evening with Al Jolson and Friends
              Kings Theatre, Edinburgh. W/c 8th October 1979
              Steve King, Reg Dixon
              Red and black on yellow. 1020mm x 760mm
              Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.1101(i) Rose Marie
               c.1970s [partial poster]
               Music by Rudolph Friml & Herbert Stothart. Book and lyrics by Otto
               Harbach & Oscar Hammerstein
               Blue and yellow on white. 1020mm x 482mm
               Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.1101(ii) Rose Marie
               c.1970s [partial poster]
               Music by Rudolph Friml & Herbert Stothart. Book and lyrics by Otto
               Harbach & Oscar Hammerstein
               Multicoloured on white. 1020mm x mm
               Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.1102 Bailey’s No. 1 Circus
            c.1960s
            Racing Greyhounds, Samson, Ida, Vilara Troupe, Chang the Indian
            performing elephant, Robert Francis, Dimple, Blackbottom and
            Charleston on horseback, Wise Mare Peggy & Funny Jester,
            Blue on blue, illus. 1012mm x 1524mm
            Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.1103 Harold et sa revue Paris-varieties
            c.1960s
            Harold, Artur, Maryse, Williams, Eva & Kin Kong, Les Reols,
            Margaret, Buster, Christianne Bage


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              Multicoloured on white, illustrated. 1200mm x 1594mm
              Charles Taylor Collection

178R11.1104 Poster depicting the most popular fairground rides
            Late 1930s/early 1940s poster
            Popeye in the centre is riding the Moonrocket, perceived as the
            fastest ride on the fair.
            Colour illustration. 1020mm x 760mm
            Printed: Taylor’s of Wombwell

178R11.1105 Poster depicting the most popular fairground rides
            Late 1930s/early 1940s poster
            Popeye in the centre is riding the Moonrocket, perceived as the
            fastest ride on the fair.
            Duplicate of 178R11.1104
            Colour illustration. 1020mm x 760mm
            Printed: Taylor’s of Wombwell




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See also Steam fairs


Posters in blue A3 box

178R13.1     Steam Rally
             Gaymarsh Farm, Seend
             Printed: C. Venton, Melksham
             275mm x 377mm
             Harry Lee Collection

178R13.2     Steam Engines
             Stourpaine Bushes, Blandford, Dorset
             16th-18th Sep, 1983
             Printed: C.J. Creed, Broadoak, Bridport
             Illus. 295mm x 376mm
             Harry Lee Collection

178R13.3     Steam Engines
             Stourpaine Bushes, Blandford, Dorset
             16th-18th Sep, 1983
             Printed: C.J. Creed, Broadoak, Bridport
             Colour Duplicate of 178R13.3
             Black, red and yellow on white. Illus. 295mm x 376mm
             Harry Lee Collection

178R13.4     Steam Fair
             Stratford upon Avon. 3rd-5th June
             Black on Orange. 255 x340mm
             Harry Lee Collection

178R13.5     Steam Rally
             Oakes Park, Norton, Sheffield. 2nd-3rd Jul, 1983
             Red and blue on white. 270mm x 337mm
             Harry Lee Collection

178R13.6     Steam Rally
             Oakes Park, Norton, Sheffield. 2nd-3rd Jul, 1983
             Colour Duplicate of 178R13.9
             Red and blue on yellow. 270mm x 337mm
             Harry Lee Collection

178R13.7     Traction Engine Rally & Old Time Fair
             Presented by The Leeds & District Traction Engine Club
             Bramham Park, Wetherby, West Yorkshire. 27th-29th Aug
             Green paper with photo 302mm x 420mm



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            Harry Lee Collection
178R13.8    Traction Engine Rally
            Presented by The Leeds & District Traction Engine Club
            Bramham Park, Wetherby, West Yorkshire. 27th-29th Aug
            297mm x 420mm
            Harry Lee Collection

178R13.9    Fowler Works Rally
            Presented by The Leeds & District Traction Engine Club
            Bramham Park, Wetherby, West Yorkshire. 25h Aug
            Brown type with photos. 209mm x 410mm
            Harry Lee Collection

178R13.10   Steam Weekend
            Wortley Top Forge, South Yorkshire. 19th -20th April 1987
            Black on orange 281mm x 379mm
            Harry Lee Collection

178R13.11   Steam Traction Rally
            Presented by The Arkwright Steam Rally Committee (Cromford)
            Cromford Meadows. 5th -6th August
            Red type on white 250mm x 376mm
            Harry Lee Collection

178R13.12   Stately Steam-Up
            Knebworth House, Stevenage, Herts. 15th -16th and 22nd -23rd July
            Black and brown on yellow 252mm x 376mm
            Harry Lee Collection

178R13.13   Edwardian Fair
            Presented by Gaywood Community Centre Promotion Committee
            Gayton Road, King’s Lynn 7th -8th June 1969
            Black type on yellow 251mm x 382mm
            Harry Lee Collection

178R13.14   Steam Rally
            Presented by Sheffield & District Steam Society
            Oakes Park, Norton, Sheffield. 29th -30th June 1985
            Red and blue on white. 284mm x 379mm
            Harry Lee Collection

178R13.15   Steam Traction Engine Rally
            Presented by South Yorkshire Traction Engine Club
            Wilsic Hall Hotel, Wadworth, nr. Doncaster. 18th -19th May
            Black on yellow. 252mm x 381mm
            Harry Lee Collection




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178R13.16   Sudbury Mammoth Olde Tyme Rallye
            Melford Hall, nr. Sudbury, Suffolk. 30th June – 1st July 1973
            Purple and white on orange. 382mm x 254mm
            Harry Lee Collection

178R13.17   Sudbury Mammoth Olde Tyme Rallye
            The Million Pound Show
            Melford Hall, nr. Sudbury, Suffolk. 28th -29th June
            Black and red on yellow. 379mm x 251mm
            Harry Lee Collection

178R13.18   Steam Traction Engine Rally
            Presented by Northern Steam Promotions Ltd.
            Croft Autodrome, Croft nr. Darlington. 1st -2nd August 1970
            Black and red on white. 283mm x 441mm
            Harry Lee Collection

178R13.19   Carrington Rally
            White House Farm, Carrington, Lincs. 26th -27th May 1991
            Black, grey and red on white. 296mm x 419mm
            Harry Lee Collection

178R13.20   Steam Rally
            Presented by Leeds & District Traction Engine Club
            Harewood House, Leeds. 26th -28th August
            Black on yellow. 296mm x 420mm
            Harry Lee Collection

178R13.21   Rally & Old Time Fair
            Presented by The Leeds & District Traction Engine Club
            Harewood House, Leeds. 30th -31st August
            Black and white on red. 297mm x 420mm
            Harry Lee Collection

178R13.22   Steam Engine Rally
            Midland Festival of Steam
            Staffordshire Showground, Weston Road, Stafford. 20th -21st
            July 1974
            Red on white. 253mm x 381mm
            Harry Lee Collection

Posters in small cardboard box

178R13.23   About Goose Fair: its long life and changing times
            Nottingham Festival Exhibition
            Nottingham Castle Museum. 3rd June -6th October 1979
            Black and white on purple. 368mm x 498mm


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            Harry Lee Collection

178R13.24   Ryhill Steam Traction Engine and Fair Organ Rally
            Wintersett, near Wakefield. 30th -31st June 1979
            Black on green. 380mm x 510mm
            Harry Lee Collection

178R13.25   Totternhoe Steam Rally
            Presented by Herts. Steam Preservation Society
            Church Farm, Totternhoe, Beds. 27th -29th August 1977
            Black and green on white. 380mm x 510mm
            Harry Lee Collection

178R13.26   Grand Fairground Fiesta
            Norfolk Rural Life Museum, Gressenhall, Norfolk 10th -11th May
            1980
            Red on yellow. 380mm x 510mm
            Harry Lee Collection

178R13.27   Acrise Steam Enthusiasts Gathering
            Black Horse Meadow, Hawkinge, near Folkestone. 13th -14th May
            1967
            Black and red on white. 380mm x 510mm
            Harry Lee Collection

178R13.28   Steam Engine Rally
            Presented by Morecambe Bay Traction Engine Club
            Levens Hall, Kendal, Westmoreland. 10th -11th June 1972
            Black on yellow. 555mm x 435mm
            Harry Lee Collection

178R13.29   Steam Age and Vintage Display
            Presented by Morecambe Bay Traction Engine Club
            Waterside Farm, Stodday, Lancaster. 25th -26th June 1977
            Black on red. 376mm x 510mm
            Harry Lee Collection

178R13.30   Steam Engine Rally
            Rempstone, nr Loughborough. 1st -2nd July 1972
            Black on yellow. 381mm x 510mm
            Harry Lee Collection

178R13.31   Steam Engine Rally
            Rempstone, nr Loughborough. 3rd -4th July
            Black on yellow. 379mm x 507mm
            Harry Lee Collection




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178R13.32   Rally
            Presented by The Gringley Association
            Gringley-on-the-Hill, Notts. 13th -14th July 1968
            Black on blue. 379mm x 502mm
            Harry Lee Collection

178R13.33   Rally
            Presented by The Gringley Association
            Gringley-on-the-Hill, Notts. 9th -10th July 1966
            Black on yellow. 377mm x 500mm
            Harry Lee Collection

178R13.34   Rally
            Presented by The Gringley Association
            Gringley-on-the-Hill, Notts. 10th -11th July 1965
            Black on yellow. 377mm x 500mm
            Harry Lee Collection

178R13.35   Steam Rally
            Presented by The Steam Engine Owners and Drivers Club
            Harpenden
            Cherry Tree Field, nr Batford, Harpenden. 3rd -4th May 1969
            Black on yellow. 382mm x 505mm
            Harry Lee Collection

178R13.36   Grand Old Time Steam Fair
            Crow’s Nest Farm, Ruislip, Middlesex. 4th -7th July
            Black on white. 383mm x 508mm
            Harry Lee Collection

178R13.37   Steam Fair and Traction Engine Rally
            Presented by The Rotary Club of Chadderton & Failsworth
            OAFC Car Park, Boundary Park, Oldham. 31st May – 1st June 1975
            Black on yellow. 377mm x 508mm
            Harry Lee Collection

178R13.38   Steam Fair and Traction Engine Rally
            Presented by The Rotary Club of Chadderton & Failsworth
            OAFC Car Park, Boundary Park, Oldham. 31st May – 1st June 1975
            Black on green. 377mm x 508mm
            Harry Lee Collection

178R13.39   A Mid Summer Night’s Steam
            Presented by Thame and District Round Table
            Westbrook Farm, Towersey, nr Thame. 20th -21st June
            Black and red on white. 380mm x 510mm
            Harry Lee Collection


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178R13.40   Woodcote Veteran Transport Rally
            Wards, Farm, nr Reading. 29th July 1972
            Black and yellow on white . 380mm x 510mm
            Harry Lee Collection

178R13.41   Traction Engine Rally
            Burton’s Field, Thornton Rd, Pickering. 10th -11th August
            Red on white . 379mm x 505mm
            Harry Lee Collection

178R13.42   Acrise Steam Gathering and Fete
            Presented by British Empire Cancer Campaign for Research
            Hawkinge Aerodrome, nr Folkestone, Kent. 10th -11th May 1969
            Blue and black on white . 359mm x 490mm
            Harry Lee Collection

178R13.43   Traction Engine Meet
            Presented by British Empire Cancer Campaign for Research
            Tinkers Park, Hadlow Down, Uckfield. 8th -9th June 1968
            Blue and black on white . 357mm x 492mm
            Harry Lee Collection

178R13.44   Stamford Carnival
            Ryhall Grange, Stamford, Lincs. 25th -26th June 1966
            Black on yellow. 378mm x 505mm
            Harry Lee Collection

178R13.45   Stamford Carnival
            Borderville, Stamford, Lincs. 26th -27th June 1965
            Red and blue on white . 378mm x 502mm
            Harry Lee Collection

178R13.46   Stamford Carnival
            Ryhall Grange, Stamford, Lincs. 24th -25th June 1967
            Purple and green on white. 380mm x 508mm
            Harry Lee Collection

178R13.47   Steam Engine Rally
            Walpole St. Andrew, nr Wisbech, Cambs. 29th -30th April 1972
            Black on yellow. 379mm x 506mm
            Harry Lee Collection

178R13.48   Steam Engine Rally
            Walpole St. Andrew, nr Wisbech, Cambs. 5th -6th May 1973
            Black on yellow. 379mm x 506mm
            Harry Lee Collection


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178R13.49     Whitsuntide Steam Fair
              Six Hills, off A46 (Fosse Way), Leics. 27th -29th May 1967
              Blue on white. 414mm x 530mm
              Harry Lee Collection

178R13.50 Mammoth Old Time Steam Fair
        B5324, nr Melton Mowbray, Leics. 5th -7th June
        Black on yellow. 380mm x 508mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.51 2 Marenghi Steam Organs will play in the market place
        Melton Mowbray, Leics. 4th June
        Black on pink. 380mm x 505mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.52 Fair Ground Organ Recital
        Newboundmill, Pleasley, Mansfield. 11th July 1965
        Black on yellow. 378mm x 508mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.53 Fair Ground Organ Recital
        Newboundmill, Pleasley, Mansfield. 6th September 1964
        Black on yellow. 378mm x 507mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.54 Edwardian Steam Fair
        Oxpens, Oxford.1st -3rd June
        Black on pink. 378mm x 508mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.55 Steam Engine Rally
        Cadeby Lane, Market Bosworth.19th -20th August
        Blue on white. 377mm x 504mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.56 Steam Engine Rally
        Presented by East Anglian Traction Engine Club
        Weeting, nr Brandon, Suffolk. 20th -21st July
        Red on white. 380mm x 507mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.57 Steam Engine Rally
        Presented by East Anglian Traction Engine Club
        Euston Park, Thetford, Norfolk. 29th -30th July
        Blue on white. 379mm x 506mm
        Harry Lee Collection


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178R13.58 Steam Engine Rally
        Presented by East Anglian Traction Engine Club
        Highfields, Caldecote, Cambs. 20th -21st September 1975
        Black on white. 378mm x 509mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.59 Seend Traction Engine Rally
        Craysmarsh Farm, Seend, Wilts. 24th -25th July
        Blue on white with colour photograph. 407mm x 555mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.60 Seend Traction Engine Rally
        Craysmarsh Farm, Seend, Wilts. 29th -30th July
        Blue on white with colour photograph. 408mm x 567mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.61 Pirton Steam Rally
        Presented by Herts Steam Preservation Society
        Walnut Tree Farm, Pirton, Herts. 24th -26th May 1975
        Black on pink. 376mm x 501mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.62 Mid Summer Steam Engine Rally
        Presented by Herts Steam Preservation Society
        Little Heath Great Farm, Potten End, nr Berkhamstead. 21st -22nd June
        1975
        Black on yellow. 378mm x 504mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.63 August Steam Rally
        Presented by Herts Steam Preservation Society
        Park Farm, Eaton Bray, nr Dunstable. 23rd -25th August 1975
        Black on green. 377mm x 502mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.64 Pirton Steam Rally
        Presented by Herts Steam Preservation Society
        Walnut Tree Farm, Pirton, Herts. 27th -29th May 1978
        Black and red on white. 342mm x 478mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.65 Totternhoe Steam Rally
        Presented by Herts Steam Preservation Society
        Church Farm, Totternhoe, nr Dunstable. 26th -28th August 1978
        Black on yellow. 342mm x 480mm
        Harry Lee Collection


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178R13.66 Shillington Steam Rally
        Presented by Herts Steam Preservation Society
        Upton End Farm, Shillington. 26th -28th May 1979
        Black on white. 342mm x 480mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.67 Steam Engine Rally and Fair
        Presented by Banbury Steam Society
        Bloxham. 27th -28th June 1970
        Black on yellow. 380mm x 496mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.68 The “Burtonwood” Steam Engine Rally
        Presented by Lancashire Traction Engine Club
        Haydock Park Racecourse. 14th -15th July 1979
        Black and red on white. 330mm x 462mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.69 Burtonwood Steam Rally
        Presented by Lancashire Traction Engine Club
        Burtonwood Airfield, Warrington. 9th -10th July 1977
        Black and red on white. 423mm x 577mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.70 The Sixth Annual Traction Engine Rally
        Presented by Lincolnshire Steam Engine Preservation Society and
        North Hykeham Memorial and Playing Fields Association
        North Hykeham, nr Lincoln. 13th -14th June 1964
        Blue and red on white. 440mm x 568mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.71 The Third Annual Lincolnshire Steam Traction Engine Rally
        Presented by Lincolnshire Steam Engine Preservation Society and
        North Hykeham Memorial and Playing Fields Association
        North Hykeham, nr Lincoln. 3rd June 1961
        Blue and red on white. 440mm x 570mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.72 The Fifth Annual Lincolnshire Steam Traction Engine Rally
        Presented by Lincolnshire Steam Engine Preservation Society and
        North Hykeham Memorial and Playing Fields Association
        North Hykeham, nr Lincoln. 15th -16th June 1963
        Blue and red on white. 440mm x 570mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.73 Gisburn Week-end of Steam


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        Todber Caravan Park. 1st -2nd May
        Red and black on white. 375mm x 500mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.74 Gisburn Week-end of Steam
        Todber Caravan Park. 6th -7th May
        Red and black on yellow. 375mm x 498mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.75 Traction Engine Rally
        Presented by The Leeds & District Traction Engine Club
        Pudsey Show Ground, Calverley, nr Leeds. 26th -28th August 1967
        Black on green. 373mm x 496mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.76 Grand Transport Extravaganza
        Tramway Museum, Crich, nr Matlock. 30th -31st August
        White and black on green. 436mm x 581mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.77 Grand Transport Extravaganza
        Tramway Museum, Crich, nr Matlock. 23rd -25th August
        White and green on black, 4 colour photographs. 444mm x 630mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.78 Grand Transport Extravaganza
        Tramway Museum, Crich, nr Matlock. 28th -30th August
        Black and yellow on white. 435mm x 585mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.79 Grand Transport Extravaganza
        Tramway Museum, Crich, nr Matlock. 27th -29th August
        Black and red on beige. 378mm x 509mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.80 15th Annual Steam Traction Engine Rally
        Presented by Andover & District Model Engineering Society
        Finkley Manor Farm, nr Andover. 9th -10th September 1967
        Blue on white. 282mm x 440mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.81 Stately Steam-Up of ‘72
        Knebworth House, Knebworth nr Stevenage. 15th -23rd July 1972
        Black on pink. 380mm x 509mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.82 Traction Engine Rally


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         Roxton Park, Roxton, nr Bedford. 16th -17th September 1972
         Black and red on white. 315mm x 449mm
         Harry Lee Collection

178R13.83 Traction Engine Rally
        Roxton Park, Roxton, nr Bedford. 14th -15th September 1974
        Black on orange. 317mm x 445mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.84 Traction Engine Rally
        Roxton Park, Roxton, nr Bedford. 13th -14th September 1975
        Black on yellow. 317mm x 450mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.85 Sheffield Steam Rally 1980
        Presented by Sheffield & District Steam Society
        Oates Park, Norton, Sheffield. 13th -14th September 1980
        Black and red on white. 377mm x 510mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.86 Steam Engine and Fair Organ Rally
        Presented by South Yorkshire Traction Engine Club
        Wilsic Hall Hotel, Wadworth, nr Doncaster. 24th -25th August 1980
        Black on yellow. 380mm x 506mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.87 Steam Traction Engine Rally
        Presented by South Yorkshire Traction Engine Club
        Wilsic Hall Hotel, Wadworth, nr Doncaster. 17th -18th May
        Red on yellow. 380mm x 505mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.88 Steam Engine Rally and Old Tyme Fayre
        Presented by South Yorkshire Traction Engine Club
        Wilsic Hall Hotel, Wadworth, nr Doncaster. 22nd -23rd May
        Blue on yellow. 358mm x 501mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.89 Traction Engine Rally & Old Time Fair
        Presented by The Leeds & District Traction Engine Club
        Bramham Park, nr Wetherby. 27th -29th August
        Dark green on pale green. 418mm x 589mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.90 Steam Rally & Carnival Fun Fair
        Presented by Leeds & District Traction Engine Club
        Bramham Park, nr Leeds. 23rd -25th August 1980


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         Black and red on white. 418mm x 568mm
         Harry Lee Collection

178R13.91 Steam Rally & Carnival Fun Fair
        Presented by Leeds & District Traction Engine Club
        Bramham Park, nr Leeds. 29th -31st August 1981
        Black and green on white. 450mm x 606mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.92 Steam Rally
        Presented by Leeds & District Traction Engine Club
        Bramham Park, nr Leeds. 27th -29th August
        Black on cream. 377mm x 508mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.93 Steam Fair and Traction Engine Rally
        Castle Howard, nr York. 17th -18th June
        Black on yellow. 294mm x 570mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.94 Great Yorkshire Steam Fair
        Castle Howard, nr York. 10th -11th August 1974
        Black and red on white. 317mm x 450mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.95 Cotswold Revels Steam Fair
        Castle Howard, nr York. 18th -20th June
        Red and blue on white. 380mm x 508mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.96 Steam Rally & Fair
        Presented by East Kent Traction Engine Club
        Bredhurst, Kent. 27th -28th July 1968
        Black on yellow. 378mm x 508mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.97 Steam Engine Rally
        Presented by East Anglian Traction Engine Club
        Weeting, nr Brandon, Suffolk. 20th -21st July c.1960s
        Red on white. 380mm x 506mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.98 Traction Engine Rally & Show
        Fairford Park, Gloucestershire. 22nd -23rd August
        Black on orange. 380mm x 506mm
        Harry Lee Collection




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178R13.99 Ashfield Steam Engine Rally
        Kirkby-in-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire. 28th -29th June 1975
        Black on yellow. 378mm x 506mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.100 Derby Steam Engine & Fair Organ Rally
        Radbourne Lane, Mickleover. 14th -15th July 1973
        Black on green. 378mm x 508mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.101 Uxbridge Steam Rally
        Presented by Northern Steam Promotions
        Fulmer Lane, Gerrards Cross, Uxbridge. 4th -5th September
        Black on orange. 380mm x 509mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.102 Sudbury Mammoth Olde Tyme Rallye
        Morris Farm, nr Sudbury, Suffolk. 16th -17th July 1966
        Black, blue and red on white. 420mm x 568mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.103 Transport of Yesteryear Rally and Steam Fair
        Wiggington Road Sports Field, York. 15th -16th May 1971
        Black, red and white on green. 257mm x 648mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.104 Edwardian Steam Fair
        King George Playing Fields, Hereford. 26th -29th May 1972
        Black, green and red on pink. 210mm x 607mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.105 Revesby Rally
        Carrington Park, Boston. 29th -30th May c.1960s
        Red and blue on white. 440mm x 568mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.106 Revesby Rally
        Carrington Park, Boston. 28th -30th May 1966
        Red and blue on white. 440mm x 568mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.107 Carrington Park Rally
        Carrington Park, Boston. 1st -3rd June 1968
        Red and blue on white. 440mm x 553mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.108 Carrington Park Rally


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         Carrington Park, Boston. 28th -29th May c.1970s
         Green and purple on white. 442mm x 570mm
         Harry Lee Collection

178R13.109 Carrington Park Rally
        Carrington Park, Boston. 27th -28th May 1973
        Green and red on white. 440mm x 572mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.110 Tewkesbury Steam Fair, Organ Festival
        Old Station Yard, Tewkesbury. 17th -20th July c.1960s
        Black and red on white. 272mm x 656mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.111 A Traditional English Steam Fair
        Presented by John Carter
        Blackbushe, nr Camberley, Surrey. 31st May – 2nd June
        Black on white. 280mm x 750mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.112 Third Great Working of Steam Engines
        Presented by The Dorset Steam & Historic Vehicles Benevolent Fund
        Stourpaine Bushes, Blandford, Dorset. 24th– 26th September 1971
        Black, red and yellow on white. 442mm x 568mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.113 18th Great Working of The Great Dorset Steam Fair
        Stourpaine Bushes, Blandford, Dorset. 28th– 31st August 1986
        Black and red on yellow. 331mm x 461mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.114 Hungerford Olde Tyme Fayre and Steam Engine Rally
        Hungerford Common, Hungerford. 13th– 14th June 1970
        Blue on white. 380mm x 507mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.115 Hungerford Olde Tyme Fayre and Steam Engine Rally
        Hungerford Common, Hungerford. 12th– 13th June 1971
        Black on yellow. 375mm x 508mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.116 Hungerford Olde Tyme Fayre and Steam Engine Rally
        Hungerford Common, Hungerford. 10th– 11th June 1972
        Black and purple on yellow. 378mm x 506mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.117 The Fifth Hungerford Olde Tyme Fayre and Steam Engine Rally


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        Hungerford Common, Hungerford. 15th– 16th June 1974
        Black and red on white. 380mm x 507mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.118 Edwardian Steam Fair
        Warwick Castle Park, Warwick. 18th– 20th May 1973
        Black on yellow. 442mm x 567mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.119 Ancient and Modern Tyme Fair
        Stratford-upon-Avon. 14th– 21st August 1965
        Black on yellow. 378mm x 503mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.120 Ancient and Modern Tyme Fair
        Stratford-upon-Avon. 13th– 20th August 1966
        Black on yellow. 381mm x 505mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.121 Ancient and Modern Tyme Fair
        Stratford-upon-Avon. 12th– 19th August 1967
        Black on yellow. 378mm x 502mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.122 Edwardian Steam Fair
        Stratford-upon-Avon. 10th– 12th July 1970
        Blue and red on white. 379mm x 506mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.123 Edwardian Steam Fair
        Warwick Common. 21st– 23rd May c.1970s
        Blue and red on white. 379mm x 509mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.124 Traction Engine Rally and Old Time Fair
        Presented by The Leeds & District Traction Engine Club
        Harewood House, nr Leeds. 29th– 31st August c.1960s
        Black and white on red. 380mm x 503mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.125 Traction Engine Rally and Old Time Fair
        Presented by The Leeds & District Traction Engine Club
        Harewood House, nr Leeds. 30thAugust -1st September c.1960s
        Black and green on white. 378mm x 504mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.126 Traction Engine Rally and Old Time Fair


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        Presented by The Leeds & District Traction Engine Club
        Harewood House, nr Leeds. 28th– 30th August c.1970s
        Black and white on yellow. 392mm x 516mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.127 Traction Engine Rally and Old Time Fair
        Presented by The Leeds & District Traction Engine Club
        Harewood House, nr Leeds. 26th– 28th August c.1970s
        Black and white on blue. 391mm x 515mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.128 Traction Engine Rally and Old Time Fair
        Presented by The Leeds & District Traction Engine Club
        Harewood House, nr Leeds. 27th– 29th August c.1960s
        Black on yellow. 379mm x 506mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.129 Traction Engine Rally and Old Time Fair
        Presented by The Leeds & District Traction Engine Club
        Harewood House, nr Leeds. 31st August -2nd September c.1960s
        Black and blue on white. 380mm x 510mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.130 Rally and Old Time Fair
        Presented by The Leeds & District Traction Engine Club
        Harewood House, nr Leeds. 25th– 27th August c.1970s
        Black and white on orange. 417mm x 593mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.131 Rally and Old Time Fair
        Presented by The Leeds & District Traction Engine Club
        Harewood House, nr Leeds. 7th -8th September c.1970s
        Brown and white on green. 418mm x 591mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.132 Hinckley Steam Engine Display
        Sapcote Road Showground, Hinckley. 2nd– 3rd September 1972
        Black on orange. 379mm x 505mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.133 Hinckley Steam Engine Display
        Sapcote Road Showground, Hinckley 1st -2nd September 1973
        Black on orange. 377mm x 510mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.134 Hinckley Steam Engine Display
        Sapcote Road Showground, Hinckley 7th -8th September 1974


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        Black on orange. 377mm x 510mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.135 Hinckley Steam Engine Display
        Sapcote Road Showground, Hinckley 6th -7th September 1975
        Black on orange. 380mm x 504mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.136 Hinckley Steam Engine Display
        Sapcote Road Showground, Hinckley 4th -5th September 1976
        Black on orange. 377mm x 508mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.137 Hinckley Steam Engine Display
        Sapcote Road Showground, Hinckley 3rd -4th September 1977
        Black on orange. 378mm x 508mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.138 All the Fun of: One Hundred Years of Fairgrounds and Show People
        Viewpoint Photography Gallery, Salford. 13th July -17th September 1989
        420mm x 595mm
        Harry Lee Collection

Posters in large cardboard box

178R13.139 The Bishop Auckland and District Steam Traction Engine Derby
        The Old Race Course, Hopps’ Jumbo Field, Etherley Dene. 25th September
        1954
        Red on white. 504mm x 760mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.140 The Greatest Show on Earth: Licensed to Thrill
        Newark Show Ground. 24th -26th May c.1960s
        Green on black. 259mm x 745mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.141 Belton 2nd Steam and Organ Rally
        Presented by Lincs. Steam Engine Preservation Society
        Belton, nr Grantham. 5th -7th May 1979
        Red and black on white. 504mm x 758mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.142 Stowe Jubilee Steam Engine Rally
        Stowe, Buckingham. 7th -8th July 1973
        Blue on yellow. 508mm x 757mm
        Harry Lee Collection



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178R13.143 Sunday Mirror and Sunday Pictorial Traction Engine Rally
        Pickering, N. Yorks. 10th -11th August 1963
        Red and black on white. 499mm x 760mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.144 Sunday Mirror Traction Engine Rally
        Pickering, N. Yorks. 8th -9th August 1964
        Red and black on white. 498mm x 750mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.145 Steam Traction Engine Rally
        Nostell Priory, nr Wakefield. 19th -20th June 1965
        Red on white. 506mm x 765mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.146 Banbury’s First Steam Engine Fair
        Bloxham, nr Banbury. 29th -30th June 1968
        Multicoloured on white. 508mm x 765mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.147 Steam Traction Engine & fair Organ Rally
        Wintersett, nr Wakefield. 8th -9th June 1968
        Black on green. 505mm x 758mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.148 The Tenth Annual Hykeham Steam Rally
        Presented by The Lincolnshire Steam Engine Preservation Society
        Hykeham, Lincs. 15th -16th June 1968
        Black and red on white. 502mm x 760mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.149 Expo Steam Transport and Country Fair
        East of England Showground, Peterborough. 25th -27th August 1979
        Green and white on orange. 506mm x 758mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.150 Grand Old Time Steam Fair
        Crows Nest Farm,Ruislip, Middlesex. 4th -7th July 1968
        Black on white. 503mm x 764mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.151 Old Time Steam Fair
        Castle Howard, York. 28th -30th May c.1960s
        Black on yellow. 505mm x 760mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.152 Steam Fair


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         To celebrate the Silver Jubilee of the Friendship Circle of Showland Fans
         Shottesbrooke Park, White Waltham, Berks. 28th -30th August 1964
         Black on yellow. 444mm x 640mm
         Harry Lee Collection

178R13.153 Edwardian Steam Fair
        Evening Mail Souvenir poster c.1960s
        Black and blue on white. 503mm x 753mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.154 Knowl Hill Steam Rally
        Knowl Hill, nr Reading. 12th -13th August c.1960s
        Brown and orange on white. 456mm x 634mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.155 Tewkesbury Steam Fair & Organ Festival
        Breakingstone Meadow,Tewkesbury. 15th -18th July 1971
        White and blue on red. 330mm x 650mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.156 Steam Traction Engine Exhibition
        Presented by The North of England Steam Traction Engine Society
        Exhibition Park, Newcastle Town Moor. 10th -11th June 1966
        Black and red on yellow. 505mm x 755mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.157 Stamford Carnival and Steam Engine Rally
        Ryhall Grange, Stamford. 24th -25th June c.1960s
        Black on yellow. 505mm x 762mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.158 An Old Time Steam Fair and Traction Engine Rally
        Airfield, Melton Mowbray. 5th -7th June 1965
        Black and red on yellow. 505mm x 759mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.159 Whit Steam Fair and Rally
        Presented by Melton Mowbray Old Time Steam Fairs Ltd.
        Six Hills, Shoby, Melton Mowbray. 28th -30th May c.1960s
        Green on white. 504mm x 746mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.160 Sudbury Mammoth Olde Tyme Rally
        Melford Hall, nr Sudbury, Suffolk. 28th -29th June 1969
        Multicolours on white. 505mm x 762mm
        Harry Lee Collection




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178R13.161 Sudbury Mammoth Olde Tyme Rally
        Melford Hall, nr Sudbury, Suffolk. 30th June -1st July 1973
        Multicolours on orange. 505mm x 763mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.162 Steam Engine and Fair Organ Festival
        Wilsic Hall Hotel, Wadworth, nr Doncaster. 21st -22nd May c.1960s
        Black and red on white. 505mm x 760mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.163 Westergate County Fayre
        Lidsey Farm, nr Bognor Regis. 13th -15th September c.1960s
        Red on yellow. 500mm x 760mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.164 National Town and Country Festival and Stoneleigh Transport
        Carnival
        National Agricultural Centre, Kenilworth. 26th -27th August 1972
        Black on yellow. 505mm x 758mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.165 Blackbushe Steam Fair
        Re-live Grandma’s Yesterday
        A30, nr Camberley, Surrey. 31st May -2nd June c.1970s
        Red and brown on yellow. 760mm x 507mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.166 Expo Steam
        Battersea Park, London. 12th -14th May c.1970s
        Red, black and white on yellow. 505mm x 760mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.167 The Fourth Hungerford Olde Tyme Fayre & Steam Engine Rally
        Hungerford Common, Berks. 16th -17th June 1973
        Red and black on white. 510mm x 760mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.168 Hungerford Olde Tyme Fayre & Steam Engine Rally
        Hungerford, Berks. 10th -11th June 1972
        Black and purple on yellow. 505mm x 760mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.169 Edwardian Steam Fair
        New Street, Old Town, Stratford-upon-Avon. 13th -15th June 1973
        Black on yellow. 510mm x 757mm
        Harry Lee Collection




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178R13.170 Edwardian Steam Fair
        Stratford-upon-Avon. 11th -13th June c.1970s
        Blue and red on white. 503mm x 757mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.171 Edwardian Steam Fair
        Stratford-upon-Avon. 9th -11th June c.1970s
        Blue and red on white. 503mm x 757mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.172 Edwardian Steam Fair
        Warwick Common. 21st -23rd May c.1970s
        Blue and red on white. 502mm x 758mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.173 Stamford Carnival and Traction Engine Rally
        Burghley Park, Stamford. 27th -28th June c.1960s
        Blue and red on white. 507mm x 758mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.174 Steam Engine and Fair Organ Rally
        Leyburn Road, Masham, N. Yorks. 20th -21st July 1968
        Black on yellow. 505mm x 758mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.175 Easter Weekend Banks Steam Party
        Banks, nr Southport. 17th -19th April c.1970s
        Black and red on white. 445mm x 635mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.176 Sixth Great Working of Steam Engines
        Presented by The Dorset Steam & Historic Vehicles Benevolent Fund
        Stourpaine Bushes, Blandford, Dorset. 20th -22nd September 1974
        Black, red and yellow on white. 453mm x 656mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.177 Eighth Great Working of Steam Engines
        Presented by The Dorset Steam & Historic Vehicles Benevolent Fund
        Stourpaine Bushes, Blandford, Dorset. 24th -26th September 1976
        Black, red and yellow on white. 454mm x 655mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.178 World’s Fair
        Poster advertising the World’s Fair, incorporating The Market Trader and
        Coin Slot and Preservation News. c.1970
        Blue on white. 508mm x 758mm
        Harry Lee Collection


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178R13.179 Preservation News
        Poster advertising Preservation News in the World’s Fair
        Green and orange on white. 510mm x 762mm c.1970
        Harry Lee Collection

Posters on plan chest 1

178R13.180 Edwardian Steam Fair
        Stratford-upon-Avon. 9th -11th June c.1970s
        Blue, red and yellow on white. 1013mm x 745mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.181 Cotswold Revels Steam Fair
        Puesdown Inn, Northleach. 18th -20th June c.1970s
        Blue, red and yellow on white. 1013mm x 745mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.182 Edwardian Steam Fair
        Stratford-upon-Avon. 11th -13th June c.1970s
        Blue, red and yellow on white. 1013mm x 745mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.183 Edwardian Steam Fair
        Warwick Castle Park. 19th -21st May c.1970s
        Blue, red and yellow on white. 1013mm x 745mm
        Harry Lee Collection

178R13.184 Edwardian Steam Fair
        Stratford-upon-Avon. 10th -12th June c.1970s
        Blue, red and yellow on white. 1013mm x 745mm
        Harry Lee Collection




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Variety and Music Hall 178R14

Posters in A3 blue archive box

178R14.1    Collins’s Islington Green
            Programme for Week Commencing 10th June, 1907
            M’dme Mellor & Co. in grand operatic scena ‘Betta, The Gipsy’
            Edwin Brett & Emmeline Orford in vaudeville ‘Two Love Birds’
            Katie Marsh-vocalist and Dancer
            Florence Watson-comedienne
            Rosie Lloyd-comedienne
            Imperial Bioscope
            The Crown trio
            Cliff Ryland
            Allis & Cassati
            Tamamoto-rope performer
            Syd May
            Printed: Tribes’ Printing Works, 108 Albion Road, Stoke Newington
            Red and blue type. 252mm x 377mm
            NFA Collection

178R14.2    Collins’s Islington Green
            Programme for Week Commencing 17th June, 1907
            Creo Bros. Comedy Acrobats
            Millie Payne-comedy Artiste
            Burley & Burley
            The Bohemians-Instrumentalists and Comedy Artistes
            The Sprees in delightful Scena’Twickenham Ferry’
            Imerial Bioscope
            George Brooks-Comedian
            Robb Gilmore-comedian
            Lizzie Daniels-comedy soubrette
            Fred Villars-Vocal Comedian
            Eileen Douglas-comedienne
            Chas Kitts & Rhoda Windrum-Society Entertainers in ‘The Cuckoo’
            Printed: Tribes’ Printing Works, 108 Albion Road, Stoke Newington
            Red and blue type. 252mm x 377mm
            NFA Collection

178R14.3    Collins’s Islington Green
            Programme for Week Commencing 9th Sep, 1907
            Bud Snyder-cycle champion
            Charlotte Levey in ‘He Was One of the Boys’
            Frank & Free-comedy
            The L.C.C. Bioscope
            Chas. Austin-The Islington favourite ‘Mr Perkins’


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            A.E. Clifford-vocal comedian
            Haig & Novel-comedy
            The Anartos-comdians and Muiscians
            Ada Parker-Comedienne and dancer
            The Three Dares-musical act
            Fred Maxwell and Miss Lois Du Cane in ‘The Girl I Love’
            Red and blue type. 252mm x 377mm
            NFA Collection

178R14.4    The Queen’s Minstrels
            Jeffrey’s, Berners Street, Oxford Street, London
            ‘Screaming Comic Acts, Grotesque & Eccentric Dances, and Comic
            Songs and Sayings’
            With Mr C Bernard
            Mr W Vestris
            Mr GJ Wilson
            and comedians Mr E. Hall
            Mr Johnny Johnson
            Tiny Tim
            Mr Frank Bell
            Mr Harry Leslie
            And other vocalists.
            Black print on yellow. 123mm x 387mm
            NFA Collection

178R14.5    Eagle Bros. Big Show IN CONSERVATION BOX
            Location not given, poss Valeene, Indiana USA early 20th century
            High Class Vaudeville with Irish and Black face comedy, music,
            Singing and Dancing
            Black type on yellow paper 150mm x 345mm
            NFA Collection


Posters in small cardboard box

178R14.20   With-U-Soon!
            Prof. Chas. E. Brown as Uncle Josh
            Ventriloquist, mimic and character comedian
            Poster for show
            United States
            228mm x 434mm, pink paper
            NFA Collection

178R14.21   Victoria Palace, London
            Programme for week commencing 1st Nov, 1920
            Ella Retford-singer
            J.W. Rickaby-comedian
            Tucker-‘the singing Violinist’


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            The Gresham singers-famous male quartette
            Doris May-comedienne
            Bonid-Australian Comedy Cartoonist
            Costa & Geo-comedy
            Teddy Stream-character comedian
            Leslie Strange-Character Burlesque
            Printed: Haycock, Cadle & Graham Ltd. Camberwell
            317mm x 507mm
            NFA Collection

178R14.22   Victoria Palace
            Monday, November 16th, 1925
            Sophie Tucker-queen of jazz
            Wee Georgie Wood and Co.
            The Great Belgian Anserouls-acrobats
            The Victoria Girls
            The Van Delfts-gymnasts
            Teddy Stream-character comic
            Dorothy Varick-the English Diseuse
            Latest events on the Bioscope
            Blue and red type. 315mm x 505mm
            NFA Collection

178R14.23   Hippodrome Ipswich
            Week Commencing Boxing Day, 26th Dec, 1953
            John Beaumont presents his all-star comedy pantomime
            Dick Whittington and His Cat
            ‘Uproarious Comedy, gorgeous Dresses, Scenes of Dazzling
            Splendour’
            350mm x 530mm red and blue with holly border
            NFA Collection

178R14.24   Babes in the Woods
            Blank poster for overprinting, United States c1900
            Prof. ? (name Blacked out) Automatic Theatre and Royal
            Marionettes
            Printed: The Wyalusing Rocket, Wyalusing
            300mm x 560mm
            NFA Collection

178R14.25   St. James’s Theatre and Opera House, Manchester
            Monday 20th May-Saturday 25th May c. early 1900s
            Edison’s Animated Pictures
            China and Boer wars!
            Printed: B. Eastwood & Co., 42 Oxford Street, Manchester
            Photocopy of original245mm x 490mm
            NFA Collection


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178R14.26   St. James’s Theatre and Opera House, Manchester
            Week commencing Mon 6th June, 1898
            Mr Lionel Ellis and company
            Professor Lear’s “Eragraph”
            Supernatural Drama ‘The Red Barn’
            Photocopy of original 255mm x 500mm
            NFA Collection

178R14.27   Lillian Russell’s Big Feature Festival
            Copy of original 1900s USA poster
            Printed: The Strobridge Litho Co.
            Colour illus. 240mm x 472mm
            NFA Collection

178R14.28   Middlesex Music Tavern
            Drury Lane, London, 24th Dec, 1888
            Thrilling Military entertainment ‘In The Trenches’
            Numerous other acts
            Printed: Pewtress & Co. 23 Little Queen Street, High Holborn
            Illus. 143mm x 440mm
            NFA Collection

178R14.29   Early Closing Association Syllabus of Cheap Lectures
            Broadmead Rooms
            George Buckland Esq. in ‘The Market Town’
            Jan 15th, 1851
            Henry Nichols Esq. ‘Othello’, Mon 20th Jan
            Philip Klitz Esq. ‘The powers and Progress of Music.’ Mon 3rd Feb
            Philip Klitz Esq. ‘Music of Animated Nature’. Mon 10th Feb
            2pp. 170mm x 435mm
            NFA Collection

178R14.30   Grand theatre of Varieties Ltd. Gravesend
            Programme for week commencing 15th May, 1911
            Chas J. Saltley and assistant-continental wire act
            Harry Burgon-comedian
            Nellie Dallwood-singing and dancing
            The Ostieers-ring performers
            Madge and Monti-comedy duo
            Phil Kuffman-the Coon with the voice
            The Erascope
            Harry Shirley & May ransome present ‘Jim’s Pal’
            Printed: Wilsons’ Printeries, Mount Street, Nottingham
            Red and blue. 285mm x 445mm

178R14.31   J.W.Gorman’s Summer Theatre. The International Vaudeville Co.


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            Freebody Park, Newport, USA. Mon 26th Aug c1901
            Jessie Couthoui-Comedienne-featuring photograph
            Dolan & Lenharr-Travesty Artists
            WM. Wetherill Rhoads’ Marionette Theatre
            The Maginleys-Double Trapeze, feats of Strength and
            Gymnastics
            Derenda & Breen-Jugglers
            The Carrolls-Impersonators with their mule, ‘Pete’
            Harry D’Esta-ventriloquist
            Black type on pink paper. Photo. 175mm x 452mm
            NFA Collection

178R14.32   Royal Covent Garden presents Catherine of Cleves
            Wednesday 18th Jan, 1832
            Also interlude, ‘a Day After the Wedding’
            Pantomime, ‘Hop o’my Thumb and His Brothers or Harlequin &
            The Ogre’
            215mm x 345mm
            NFA Collection

178R14.33   Royal Covent Garden presents Grecian Daughter
            Monday 18th Jan, 1830
            Also Comic Pantomime, ‘Harlequin, and Cock Robin: or Vulcan
            and Venus.’
            Roberts Moving Diorama of the Polar Exhibition
            177mm x 345mm
            NFA Collection

178R14.34   Theatre Dover. The Flying Dutchman or The Phantom Ship
            Tues, 17th April, 1827
            Also, Historical Pantomime Sketch, ‘Robinson Crusoe and his
            Man Friday’
            Printed: Z. Warren, Albion Library, Dover
            187mm x 483mm
            NFA Collection

178R14.35   Monstre Variety Entertainments at the Empire Blackpool
            Whitsuntide, 1897
            Poster with description of the acts from the Blackpool Echo.
            Printed: ‘Echo’ Office, 56 Topping Street, Blackpool
            185mm x 447mm
            NFA Collection

178R14.36   Royal St James’s Theatre
            Programme for week commencing 29th Jan, 1866
            School For Scandal
            ‘Broadside of Theatrical show in London’


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            345mm x 395mm
            NFA Collection

178R14.37   The Queen’s Minstrels
            Mechanics Hall, Dumfries. Fri 17th Jan, 1873
            Large pictorial Hand-coloured poster
            Lithographed by T. Forman & Sons, Nottingham.
            360mm x 540mm
            NFA Collection

178R14.38   Royal Theatre of Varieties, Holborn IN CONSERVATION BOX
            Mon. 20th Oct, 1902
            The Great Mirano-strongman
            The Carlyles
            Dr, Lynn
            Ray Hartley
            Baker & Balfe
            Brothers Hayes
            The Strolling Players
            Bros. Huline
            JE Coyle
            Kate Chard & HO Clarey
            Printed By: Wilkes & Co., Printers. 88 Walworth Road. SE
            Red and blue print. 285mm x 450mm
            NFA Collection

178R14.39   Theatre Royal, Drury Lane
            Mon 23rd March, 1835
            King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table with Mr
            Ducrow’s magnificent Stud of horses
            Second Night of New Comedy Partrician and Parvenu
            Printed: W. Wright Printer, Theatre Royal Drury Lane
            2pp 205mm x 345mm
            NFA Collection

178R14.40   Hulme Hippodrome and Floral Hall.
            Preston Street, Manchester. Week Commencing Mon 17th Aug, 1917
            Harry Burns presents his latest Rollicking revue entitled They’re Off
            with Tubby Edlin and Bessire Burke
            Latest Events on the bioscope
            George Lawrence, comedian
            Frank Murphy and Hal Mack in laugh riot ‘The Major’s reflection’
            My Fancy-dancer
            Red and blue print 275mm x 555mm
            NFA Collection

178R14.41   Palace, Bow


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            Week commencing 1st May, 1911
            Russel Harcourt will produce for the first time in London and romance
            of the sea entitled the Sailor with the dark Blue Eyes
            The Playlet Production Co., in Lady Betty’s decision
            The Two Ostieers flying ring performers
            the Palace Perfection pictures including ‘The Sage, Cherub and
            Widow.’ and ‘Two of a Kind’
            Ted Waite-comedian
            The Decars-comedy acrobatic animal act
            Sid Cupp-comedian
            Vincent and Burnett-comedy jugglers
            Freda Plowden-comedienne
            Josephine Crooke in illustrated songs
            The Aithiops, The Perfection of Simultaneity
            Murray and Wright-vaulting Baton Act
            Red and black print on yellow paper. 320mm x 510mm
            NFA Collection

178R14.42   Wildman’s Theatre
            Tuesday 22nd May, 1855
            For the Benefit of Mr. F. Wildman, the fashionable comedy, ‘Factory
            Girl or All That Glitters is Not Gold’
            Mr. D. Wade, new comic song
            Professor Hobdi will appear in a new entertainment and introduce his
            extraordinary feats of strength
            Favourite song (by desire) Mrs. Roberts
            Grand Tableaux Vivant of Spirit of Song
            Allegorical Picture of the Alliance of France and England or Liberty
            Triumphant Serio-comic Drama ‘Mysteries of Paris’
            Printed: Rowley Brothers, Printers, Bridgnorth
            Black print. 190mm x 505mm
            NFA Collection

178R14.43   Edinburgh Adelphi Theatre
            Thursday 2nd July, 1846
            Last Night of the American Samson
            Grand Melo-Dramatic Spectacle the Brigand of the Abruzzi
            Melo-Dramatic spectacle, Zarah!
            Mr F. A. Canfield-gymnastic exercises and weight lifting
            Grand Ballet d’Action Don Juan
            Black print. 190mm x 457mm
            NFA Collection

178R14.44   Princess’s Theatre Oxford Road, London
            Programme c1845
            New Comedy Widow Bewitched
            Oriental Ballet ‘The Enchanted Bell’


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            Stage Manager Mr Henry Wallack
            Stage Director Mr Emden
            Top of poster missing
            Printed:W.S.Johnson, ‘Nassau Steam Press’, Nassau Street, Soho
            Black type. 231mm x 503mm
            NFA Collection

178R14.45   Alhambra Leicester Square, London
            Programme for week commencing Mon 6th Feb c1920s
            Syd Roy’s Lyricals with Beryl Evetts
            Talbot O’Farrell-Irish Entertainer
            Will Hay-the Funniest schoolmaster
            Harry Herbert-sublimely ridiculous
            Barrie Oliver-dancer
            Splendid and partner-skating act
            Jean Florian-Juggler
            Cinema Impressions of recent news
            Ben Osborne & Nellie Perryer in character comedy cameos
            J.W.Jackson’s Eight Lancashire Lads
            Printed: Haycock, Cadle & Graham Ltd. Comberwell, SE5
            Blue, red, yellow and brown with photo. 376mm x 500mm
            NFA Collection

178R14.46   Alhambra Leicester Square, London
            Programme for week commencing Mon 4th April c1920s
            Harry Tate ‘Peacehaven’
            Lily Morris-comedy songs
            Elven Hedges and Eddie Fields at the piano and other things
            Walter Williams and Winnie Collins-West-end revue artists
            Syd Roy’s Lyricals Cabaret Band & Beryl Evetts
            Lapp and Habel Continental cabaret Stars
            Macari Brothers-piano accordionists
            George Jackley-comedian
            Oxford v. Cambridge boat race on the screen
            Johnny Fuller, the cat on the wire
            Printed: Haycock, Cadle & Graham Ltd. Comberwell, SE5
            Blue, red, yellow and brown with photo. 376mm x 500mm
            NFA Collection

178R14.47   New South London Palace
            Week Commencing 13th Oct, 1930
            A.C. Astor, the Modern Valentine Vox
            Robbins Trio, a Whirl, a Twirl, a Girl
            Jack E. Raymond, with songs and personality
            Peter Fannan, comedian
            Spencer’s Dancers, juvenile dancers
            Beryl Orde, young impressionist


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            Rosie Lloyd, comedienne
            Gerald Benson, Jack Abbott, Bob Tait, The Three Virginians, masters
            of modern harmony
            Printed: Haycock Press, London
            Red and blue print. 320mm x 509mm
            NFA Collection

178R14.48   Feldmans Theatre, Blackpool
            Programme for week commencing Mon 1st Oct 1951
            Gilbert Suddaby productions present Reco and May-comedy wire act
            Harry Duke-popular comedian
            Don Williams and Iris Shand-comedy knockabouts
            Johnny King-BBC Vocalist
            Krandon and Karna-Art in the balance
            Clementina and Washington-colour comedy couple
            Lynna and Lee-acrobatic rhythm
            Rasool Hamza & Zahreena-Pakistans greatest illusionist
            Printed: H. King & Co. (Printers) Ltd., Clare Street, South Shore,
            Blackpool
            Red and blue print. 320mm x 500mm
            NFA Collection

178R14.49   Empire Sunderland
            Programme for week comencing 10th May, 1915
            Wee Georgie Wood-comedian
            Tom Burton-comedian
            Pathe’s Animated Gazette
            Mabel Braine & Jessie Reeve-singers
            De Busse-Piano-accordian player
            Walter Kemp and Co.-comedy sketch
            The Five Petleys-comedy
            Kartelli-novelty wire act
            Printed by: Sunderland Post Co. Ltd. Weat Wear Street, Sunderland
            Photocopy
            280mm x 530mm
            NFA Collection

178R14.50   Moulin Rouge
            Little Theatre. London c1950s
            Starring the fabulous Can-Can with Helen Gray
            Annette Arnau
            Rex Grey
            The Moulinettes
            Dumarte and denzar
            Colour Illus. of Can-Can dancer
            350mm x 550mm
            NFA Collection


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178R14.51   Royal Victoria Theatre (Previously the Coburg now Old Vic)
            Wed and Fri 19th-21st Nov 1831
            Sheridan play ‘Pizaro’
            Thursday and Saturday 20th and 22nd Nov 1831
            Play ‘Virginius’
            ‘During the week at the end of the play will be exhibited the looking-
            glass Curtain Before which Ramo Samee and the Swiss Brothers will
            go through their novel feats’
            Musical Burletta ‘Midas’
            Farce ‘The Turned Head’
            Printed: G Stuart, Printer
            See also Coburg poster framed in TOTB
            Black print with proscenium arch illustration. 230mm x 340mm
            NFA Collection

178R14.52   Alhambra Leicester Square
            Programme for week commencing Mon 3rd Sep c1920s/30s
            Robert ‘Perlmutter’ Leonard in comedy ‘The Seventh Heaven’
            Albert Whelan- Australian Entertainer
            Edith Wilson
            St Juste & Higgins-Kings Jesters
            V.M. Gaston-xylophonist
            Jean Alexander-song impressions
            Siems-coin and card manipulator
            Moving events on the screen
            Gwynne Davies-tenor
            Gladys Groom & Fredk. Maxted-dancers with cabaret girls
            Printed: Haycock, cadle & Graham Ltd., Camberwell, London
            Blue, Brown and yellow 360mm x 500mm
            NFA Collection

178R14.53   Prince of Wales Theatre, Covent Garden
            London early 1930s
            London’s Follies Bergere
            M. Henri Varna’s Great Revue Epic ‘Souire De Paris’
            Frederic Bentley-Comedian
            Marianne Cupfer-big star of ‘White Horse Inn’ in Paris
            Horam Et Cie-Dance act
            Harry Pilcer-World Renowned as Partner of the late Mdlle. Gaby
            Deslys
            Printed: F.H. King Press Ltd. Ealing
            red and black print 315mm x 495mm
            NFA Collection

178R14.54   Hounslow Hippodrome
            Programme commencing Mon 19th Feb 1905


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             A Murray Forbes supported by the Hippodrome Company in
             !Belphegor!
             The Sisters Stratton-Duettists and Dancers
             The Saidnsburys-vaudeveille Artistes
             Jury’s Pictures presenting the picture ‘The Dispatch’
             !The Sages!-comedy burlesque and Dancers
             Cyrus Dare-child mimic
             Printed by: Dysons, Theatrical Printers and Lithographers, nonedale
             Works, Peterborough
             Blue Print. 383mm x 495mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.55    Theatre Royal St. Helens
             Programme for week commencing 13th Feb, 1933
             The Spice Of Paris-34 stupendous scenes
             Angus Watson-comedian
             Mary Owen
             Heath Joyce
             Alan Bailey
             Phyllis Dixey
             The Maked BBC Star? His name must remain a secret!
             Delysia Earl
             The Original Can-Can Girls
             Doris Bransgrove-revue Star Girl
             Henry Lytton, Jnr
             Blue and orange print 292mm x 570mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.56

Posters in larger cardboard box

178R14.100   Unknown Venue
             Duchess Street, Portland Place, London. Sat. 13th March, 1847
             New Orleans Ethiopian Serenaders!’
             An entirely New & Original romantic Opera in Three parts
             entitled ‘Night dancers’
             To Conclude with ‘She Stoops to Conquer’-by Christopher
             Marlow
             ‘Dreams of the Heart’, a new drama in two acts
             Miss Bassano will perform ‘Amina’ on Tuesday next and ‘Norma’
             on Wednesday.
             Miss Anna Romer as Giselle in ‘The Night Dancers’ this evening,
             ‘Anne Page’ on Monday and ‘Adelgisa’ on Wednesday.
             2pp, Black type. Illus. 240mm x 470mm
             NFA Collection



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178R14.101   Public Hall West Norwood NEEDS CONSERVATION
             Thursday 26th Dec, 1889
             For One Night Only Messrs Clark & Felton’s London Dramatic
             Company in the Great American Drama ‘The Unknown’, a River
             Mystery
             Printed: Willson’s & Son, New Walk Printing Works, Leicester
             Red and blue on turquoise paper. 250mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.102   Bristol Hippodrome
             Programme for week commencing Mon. 18th July, 1929
             ‘Cupid and the Cutlets’, a Burlesque Operetta in 1 act
             Randolph Sutton-Britain’s Premier Light Comedian
             Cromwell Knox, The Humorous Globe Trotter who Keeps Things
             Up
             Hugh Ormond-Tenor
             Sandy Rowan, a Canny Caledonian assisted By Jean Gardner
             Charton’s Marionettes
             Moran Sisters & Mammy
             Cinema Impressions of Recent News
             Cairoli, Porto & Carletto-Musical Clowns
             Red, blue and black. Illus. 255mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.103   Algies Hippodrome and Penny Theatre, Spennymoor
             Programme for week commencing Mon, 1st Mar, 1909
             Mr Fred Granville’s Grand Comic and Spectacular Pantomime
             ‘Beauty and the Beast’.
             Grand Specialities: Miss Victoria Carmen, Miss Hilda de Gray,
             Daleno and Stream, Barrie and Wood, Sammy Foster, Sisters
             Kebble, Miss Florence Milton, Leslie Austin, The Berlin Belles
             troupe of Dancers’
             Printed: Snowball, Printers, Spennymoor
             Blue on yellow paper. 250mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.104   Theatre Royal, Stanley, County Durham
             Week commencing Mon. 12th May c1919
             Harry Leaton & Scott Watson’s Victory Edition of the popular
             and Well-Known Musical Comedy revue, ‘Cheer-o’
             With Teddy Stream-the ‘Rippling Comedian’
             Una Harvey
             Scot Watson-the Inebriated Count!
             Lena Dare
             Dora Sefton
             Arthur Beaufort
             6 Lauder Lassies


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             JF Leonard
             Harry Carson, and a Monocle
             Full London Chorus
             Printed: Rid(?)ells Printers, Stanley
             Black type on pink paper. 255mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.105   The Metropole Theatre, Gateshead
             Week Commencing Mon. 13th Jan, 1913
             Harry Roxbury will present his Gorgeous Comic Christmas
             Banner Header
             Pantomime ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’
             With Jack McKenzie
             Teddy Stream
             Jack Clarke
             Clara Davine
             Betty Hay
             Specialities introduced by The Four Wagners and Eight Russell
             Girls’ Red and black on yellow. 325mm x 625mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.106   Saltcoats Pavilion, North Ayrshire
             Performance Mon, 7th April c1913
             Sid Bedford & Co. in their screaming Comedy Sketch: ‘The
             Second Mrs Chester’
             Irene Pearse-Popular chorus Singer and Expert Dancer
             Teddy Stream-Renowned Eccentric comedian
             Selected Animated Pictures
             Printed: Archd. Wallace & Son, Printers, Saltcoats
             Black type on green paper. 505mm x 755mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.107   Palace Northampton
             Monday, 29th May c1916
             Neville Graham & Co. in ‘Pride of Regiment’
             Teddy Stream-new versatile comedian
             Frankford & Mayne-the real live comedy couple
             Fred Grierson-comedian
             Kitty Corri-Comedienne and Dancer
             Agnes Tandy-vocal Comedienne
             Palace Pictures with new films perfectly projected
             Eddie Burns-comedian and wooden-shoe dancer
             Also, ‘The Top-Side Dog’-comedy sketch
             Red on yellow paper. 510mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.108   Theatre Royal Nottingham


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             Monday 21st Sep, 1896
             Sir Augustus Harris’s company including the popular actor, Mr
             Henry Neville’ in ‘Cheer, Boys, Cheer!’ by Sir Augustus Harris,
             Cecil Raleigh, and Henry Hamilton, authors of ‘The Derby Winner’
             Great Attraction for Goose Fair Holidays! First visit to
             Nottingham of the Successful Drama, ‘The Football King’
             Printed: R. Allen & Son limited, Printers, Caxton Works,
             Nottingham
             Blue type. 250mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.109   Grand Theatre Nottingham
             Mon, 19th June, 1899
             Mr Matthew Moncks Variety Compy. Important attraction. First
             time in Nottingham of Earl Poulett Late Viscount Hinton, the
             Celebrated Nobleman Organ-grinder
             ‘Two French Thieves’, or ‘The Roadside Inn,’-Dramatic Sketch
             Miss Beatrice Lloyd-Male Impersonator
             ‘London Streets’-Dramatic Episode
             ‘The Cripple of Paris’-Play
             To conclude with Blake’s Celebrated Animated Pictures
             Nest week, New Romantic Drama
             Printed: John L. Young, Ltd., Printers, 9, St James’ Street, and 32
             Stoney Street, Nottingham
             Red and blue. 250mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.110   Grand Theatre, Falkirk
             Monday, 9th Sep, 1918
             Harry Leaton Presents Theresa Collins-the Scoto-Irish
             Nightingale, Queen of Street song
             Pasquali-Magician
             Rena Hall-Musical Speciality Act, Violin and Dancing
             Dean & Clifton-High Class Singing and Eccentric Dancing Act
             Teddy Stream-first time here, Eccentric Comedian in all his
             Latest Successes
             Gordon & Marston-Refined Vocal Comedy Actor
             Lil Devlin-Dainty Comedienne and Speciality dancer
             The Original Mezzettis-Great Comedy Gymnastic Act
             Lieut. Chards Troupe of Military Drill Dogs, including the World’s
             Wonder, The Drunken Dog Actor. The Dog that speaks, Says
             ‘Good Night’, and goes to bed.
             Printed: Geo. Inglis, Howgate, Falkirk
             Black and red. 340mm x 630mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.111   The Perth Theatre


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             Programme for week commencing Mon, 5th May, 1919
             Harry Leaton & Scott Watson’s Victory Edition of the popular
             and Well-Known Musical Comedy revue, ‘Cheer-o’
             With Teddy Stream-the ‘Rippling Comedian’
             Una Harvey
             Scot Watson-the Inebriated count!
             Lena Dare
             Dora Sefton
             Arthur Beaufort
             6 Lauder Lassies
             JF Leonard
             Harry Carson, and a Monocle
             Full London Chorus
             Printed: J. Young & Sons, Printers, Perth
             Blue type. 250mm x 755mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.112   The Hippodrome, Southampton
             Programme for week commencing Mon, 30th Mar c1930s
             Prof. John Popjie presents his non-stop novelty speed show ‘Fun
             & Thrills’ with all star company introducing:
             The Great Radiana, the most sensational electrical novelty
             touring, presented by Professor John Popjie, the famous Dutch
             Savant. ‘See this Scientific Marvel do Conjuring Feats. Make a
             cake. Shave a man from the audience; extract teeth at the
             Professor’s will, etc.’
             Etheridge & Furse-Singers Who Entertain
             Victor Moreton-the Domestic Bunch of Trouble
             Ara and Zetta-Acrobatic Comedy and Trick cyclists
             Questa Sisters-The Personality Pair
             M’dlle Helene-The Queen of Equipoise
             Bert Grove and Nancy Lee-Argumentative Dames
             The Nine Elliotts-in Novel Musical Scena “The Venetian
             Serenaders”
             Printed: Tribe(?) Bros., Ltd. 20, Stamford Road, London
             Red and black on yellow. 250mm x 755mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.113   Music Hall Inverness
             Programme for week commencing Mon, 24th Mar, c1919
             Harry Leaton & Scott Watson’s Victory Edition of the popular
             and Well-Known Musical Comedy revue, ‘Cheer-o’
             With Teddy Stream-the ‘Rippling’ Comedian’
             Una Harvey
             Scot Watson-the Inebriated count!
             Lena Dare
             Dora Sefton


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             Arthur Beaufort
             6 Lauder Lassies-Ladies’ pipe band and Highland Dancers
             JF Leonard
             Harry Carson, and a Monocle
             Full London Chorus
             Printed: Highland News
             Blue type. 505mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.114    Manchester Hippodrome, Ardwick Green
             Programme for week commencing 31st May, c late 1940s
             By arrangement with Pauline Marks & Norman Murray
             Pete Collins says ‘Would You Believe It!’ 17th Year, 10th New
             Edition
             See The Tallest Woman in the World! 8 Feet, 41/2 inches in her
             Nylons!
             The Man Who Explodes a Live Bomb On His Chest!
             The Machine That Shaves A Man With An Ordinary Razor
             Glamour on the Globe
             The World’s Fattest Family
             The Living Fountain, A World Famous Miracle
             The Strangest Show The World Has Ever Seen!
             Illustrations of acts by Albert Ferrier
             Printed: Tribe Bros. Ltd., London and St Albans
             Red and blue. Illus. 510mm x 750mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.115   Gaiety Theatre Ayr
             Programme for week commencing 13th May, 1991
             Ron Coburn presents his International Show, ‘A Breath of
             Scotland’
             ‘The Best in Scottish Entertainment’
             Ronnie Coburn-TV Comedy Star
             Ian Powrie-international Fiddle Star
             James MacDonald-from’ Take The High Road’
             Isobel Stuart-Pep and Personality
             Danny McColl-Scots/Irish TV Entertainer
             Cosker’s Cornkisters
             Breath of Scotland Dancers
             And Special Guest Appearance of Scotland’s most Loved
             Comedy Star Jack Milroy and Mary Lee
             Printed: G&M Organ Ltd., Wrington, Bristol
             Red and black. Photo. 505mm x 750mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.116   Victoria Pavilion, Ilfracombe
             Tues 8th, Wed 16th Oct, 1991


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             Promenade Productions Present
             Variety Showtime (An evening of song, dance and comedy)
             Printed: G&M Organ Ltd., Wrington, Bristol
             Red and black. 505mm x 750mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.117   Shakespeare Theatre, Clapham Common
             Programme for week commencing 4th July c1898
             S. F. Cody’s powerful Company, in the
             Klondyke Nugget
             Printed: Willson’s’ New Walk colour Printing Works, Leicester
             Red on yellow paper. 505mm x 755mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.118   Manchester Hippodrome, Ardwick Green
             Programme for week commencing Mon 23rd Nov, c1948
             Carroll Levis with his latest Manchester and BBC Discoveries
             Violet Pretty, the Glamorous New TV Star
             The Famous teLEVISion Teen-agers
             Many other acts.
             Printed: Tribe Bros. Ltd., London and St Albans
             Blue, red and yellow. Photos. 500mm x 750m
             NFA Collection

178R14.119   Manchester Hippodrome, Ardwick Green
             Programme for week commencing Mon 27th Sep, c1954
             ‘Sit Tight To-night’ plus the Laughter riot of the Year “The
             Nitwits” with Syd Millward
             Tommy Jacobson-The World Famous Armless Wonder
             The Man You Cannot Hang, Alan Alan, Manchester’s Own
             Sensation
             The Five Speedacs-From Morocco
             Radio’s Rising Star Reggie ‘Yer See!’ Dennis
             The Knife Throwing Denvers
             The Sensational Carcis
             The Motor Cycling Mikowskis
             Printed: Taylors, Wombwell, Yorks
             Black, red and yellow. 505mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.120   Battersea Palace
             Programme for week commencing 24th Feb, 1913
             Mr Frederic Baugh Presents ‘Siberia’
             Bernard & Bunny-musical Comedy Act
             Teddy Stream-Eccentric Comedian
             Hilliard & Haynes-Eccentric Comedians
             Palace Perfection Pictures


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             Fred Bruce & Dorothy Maurice-in a Fantastic and Electrical
             Scene and Dancing Act Entitled ‘The Artist and the Columbine’.
             In Aid of the Amalgamated Musician’s Union
             Red and Blue border and banner
             Blue type. 490mm x 740mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.121   Queens Theatre Liverpool
             Programme for week commencing Mon 1st Feb, 1909
             Mr Fred Granville’s Grand Comic and Spectacular Pantomime
             Beauty and the Beast
             Three Sisters Sprightly-Variety Stars
             Kennedy’s Kiddies-Talented Juvenile Performers
             Red roll banner
             Printed: Will Jones of Liverpool, Cable Street; and Birkenhead
             Red and black on yellow paper. 310mm x 610mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.122   Theatre Royal, Bury
             Programme for week commencing Mon 12th Jan, 1931
             Mr Fred Granville’s Grand Comic and Spectacular Pantomime
             Fred Reynolds presents the Gorgeous Pantomime
             Red Riding Hood
             Specialities by Hengler’s Circus featuring their Wonderful
             Performing Pony and Dogs.
             Future event, Monday 19th Jan, 1931. Fred Reynold’s Grand
             Pantomime, ‘Cinderella’
             Red on yellow paper. 250mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.123   Opera House and Hippodrome, Londonderry
             Programme for week commencing Mon 7th Dec c1910s
             Mark Anthony-Prince of Variety Entertainers
             Miss Kitty Erl-Descriptive Vocalist and Chorus Singer
             Magnificent Display of all New Pictures by the Filmograph.
             Absolutely the best and latest pictures
             Daleno and Stream-up-to-date Double Comedians and Patterers
             introducing Expert Hard and Soft Shoe Dancing.
             Alex and Jolly-Comic Horizontal Bar Act
             Special Attraction for Xmas Week ‘Lucky Liza’
             Printed: D. Irvine, Waterloo Printing Works, Derry
             Red and blue. 255mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.124   Crown Theatre, Eccles
             Programme for week commencing 9th Nov, 1908
             Wedburns-The Popular Comedians


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             Hilda de Grey-Tyrolean Vocalist
             Mdlle. Edythe & Toto-In their Great Speciality ‘The Unique Lady
             Posturer and the Modern Grimaldi’
             Jimmy Shields-The Clever One-legged Comedian and dancer.
             Hear him in his great Song, “The Collier’s Story”
             Dex-The Necromancer. ‘Watch the Cauliflower’
             Daleno & Stream-Comedians
             Langslow-Rifle Expert on the Wire
             George Hall-Prince of Whistlers
             Caffeur’s Nightmare and the Elixir of Life on the Bioscope
             Primavesi-in New and Original Juggling act, entitled The Farmer’s
             Boy on His Milk Round
             Printed: Broadhead & Son Printers, Tib St., Manchester
             Red and blue type. 255mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.125   Royal Muncaster Theatre, Irlam Road, Bootle
             Week commencing Mon, 8th Feb c1910s
             Popular favourites in new dramatic sketch ‘Eileen Alannah’
             Doris Druce-Dainty Comedienne
             Dorien & Doritz in comedy sketch ‘The Erratic Hotel’
             Custom Officer’s Stick, How Jones Got a New Suit and
             Adventures of a Watch-on the bioscope
             Percy O’Reilly-Comedian(late Will Vaye Juveniles)
             Daleno & Stream-Singing Comedians, Patterers and Dancers
             King & Strange-Amercian Comedy duo
             Printed: Peter Wood, Sproat & Co. Ltd., 26 & 28, Union Street,
             Liverpool
             Red and blue type. 250mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.126   Palace Theatre, Plymouth MENDED WITH SELLOPTAPE
             Emile Litter’s Pantomime
             ‘Little Miss Muffet’ 1958/1959
             With Charlie Cairoli, the World’s greatest Clown! And Paul
             Fay Lenore, Henry Lytton, Jimmy Green, Elaine Howells, Yvonne
             Marsh Edmond Benett, The Famous Tiller Girls, Norman Caley
             The Barbara Allan Girls, Ross Harvey and His Friends
             The Three Cottas
             Green yellow and red chromolithographic print illustration.
             Printed: Eden Press ltd., Birmingham.
             500mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.127   Queen’s, Gateshead
             For week commencing Mon, 16th Nov, 1908
             Animated Pictures, ‘Always new and up-to-date, What We do


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             today, others do tomorrow.’
             Daleno & Stream-the inimitable Singing comedians, Patters and
             Dancers
             Animated pictures selected from a variety of titles
             Arthur Wynn-Expert Balancing and Novelty trick cyclist
             4 sketches
             Valvo!-The Military ventriloquist with his obtrusive Orderly
             Blue print. 240mm x 750mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.128   Empire, Swansea
             Playbill for week commencing Mon, 27th Sep, 1937 NEEDS SOME
             CONSERVATION
             Arthur Tracy, The Street Singer-America’s Famous Radio and
             Recording Star
             Billy Matchett-The Mirthquake
             Togo-Tob Spinner and Juggler
             Mansell & Ling-Banjoists de Luxe
             Billy Whittaker and Partner-Comedy Couple
             Cal McCord-The Cordial Colonel
             Yeomans & Starr-Novel Comedy Dancers
             Ruth and Ella Myles-The Wonder Girls
             De Troy & Lady-Wired to Thrill You
             Blue and red with illus. 250mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.129   New Empire Theatre, Douglas, Isle of Man
             Week commencing Mon 25th Sep c1906
             Miss Bonwin Carlton’s company, including the well-known
             London character actor, Mr Edward Surrey, in the Sensational
             Comedy Drama, entitled ‘The Plucky Nipper’
             With Mr J.B Murray, Mr Claud Kingston, Mr Geo.D. Knight, Mr W.
             Anderson, Mr Jerrold Ord, Mr Edward Surrey, Mr Frank Deleno,
             Mr Edward Stream, Mr Philip Esmond, Mr William Joyce, Miss Hilda
             Cyrano, Miss Esther Lamonte, Miss Bonwin Carlton
             Printed: Brown and Sons, Ltd, Douglas.
             Red and black. 250mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.130   Royal Hippodrome, Eastbourne
             Week Commencing Monday 6th Oct c1930s
             Tom Leamore-London’s Star Comedian and Greatest of
             Eccentric Dancers
             Gladys Glen-Comedienne and Speciality Dancer
             Hippodrome Bioscope
             Florrie Mayville-Comedienne
             Stevoni’s Celestas-Harmonising Comedians, Henry Stevoni, Dan


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             O’Connor, H.B. Jones, H. Young
             Miss Marie Scharning and company in popular comedy sketch,
             ‘The Order of the Bath’.
             Con Colyer-Versatile Australian Comic
             Cole De Losse-the Different Wire Act
             Printed: Gowland Bros., Printers, Eastbourne
              NFA Collection

178R14.131   The New Hip, Spennymoor
             Week Commencing Mon, 5th Oct c1900s/10s
             George Battle Presents his Successful Dramatic Episode, ‘Found
             Faithful, (a True story of An Ex Convict)’
             Sisters Terry-Character Comediennes and Dancers
             Lillie Le Breton-expert Lady Trapeze Artiste
             Poole-Pelham Troupe-Novelty Dancers
             Bu-Val-The Happy Dutchman
             Pattie Burton in the New and Up-To-Date Illustrated Songs
             Hipposcope always up-to-date
             Kavados-Juggler, Equilibrist and Cannon Ball Performer
             John Storm & Glory Quayle in Their Great Vocal Scena, Entitled
             ‘The Veteran’
             Daleno and Stream-Singing Comedians, Story Tellers and
             Dancers
             Printed: Willson’s’ New Walk Colour Printing Works, Leicester
             Red and blue. 250mm x 765mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.132   Theatre Royal, York
             Reproduction from York Festival, 1969 of Playbill for Fri., 13th
             May, 1887
             Grand Fashionable Night for the Benefit of Mr. J.J. Dallas of the
             Gaiety Theatre, London.
             “Johnny Stout” and Mr. Alfred Hemming (“Johnny Green”, and Stage
             Manager)
             ‘The Performance will be under the Distinguished Patronage of
             Col Abadie and Officers of the 9th Queen’s Royal Lancers
             Petite Comedy ‘Bubbles’ by Chas. S. Fawcett, Esq.
             Mr. J.S. Haydon will his Magnificent Rendering of “The Charge of
             the Light Brigade”
             Mr. J.E. Wilkinson’s celebrated York Quartette in Selections from
             their Popular repertoire, Including. “Here’s Life & Health to
             England’s Queen’.
             To conclude with Pantomime ‘Little Red Riding Hood’.
             Printed: reproduced from original By Rusholme Printers Ltd.,
             High Ousegate, York
             Black type. 250mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection


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178R14.133   Derby Castle
             Week Commencing Mon, 5th Aug c1930s
             Balliol & Merton-dancers
             Leslie Strange-The Man With a Thousand Faces
             Frank Boston-The Juggling Humorist
             Capaldi Brothers-Famous Italian Act
             Two Cheats-must be seen to be believed
             10 Monnbeams-Resident Troupe
             Cleef Berg & Cleef-Comedy Antics and Pyramid Novelty Artistes
             Murphy & Mack in comedy sketch, ‘Broken Mirror Sketch’
             Leo Sax & Royan –Vaudeville’s Clever and Unique Laughter
             Makers Variety Programmes Presented and Arranged by Will
             Dalton In the Handsome Ballroom: dancing 7.30 to 11. Reg Roney
             and his Famous London Band,
             Last week of Florrie Forde-popular Chorus Singer
             Black on yellow paper. 250mm x 635mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.134   New Theatre, Crewe
             Week Commencing Mon, 13th March, 1944
             Erikson-Official Deceiver
             Len Williams-Merrily Yours
             Walker & Ray-the Likable Pair
             Bobbie Burns-The ‘happy-go-lucky’ Comedian
             Joe Heritage and Company-in the ‘Home-from-home’ Guards
             Will Ray & Lady-Crazy Comedy Jugglers
             Doris and Eric Delmar-Musical Act Supreme in Melodious
             Moments
             Poli-Novelty Cartoonist
             Red and blue. 245mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.135   Finsbury Park Empire
             Week Commencing 12th August, 1935
             Bowell Sisters, Connie, Martha and Vet-America’s Famous Radio
             and Recording Stars
             Clifford Guest and George-Fun Aboard Ship
             Three Edmund Boys-Maestros of Moderns Melody
             Jean Kennedy-Scotland’s Comedy Girl
             Valliere-Glorifying the Weaker Sex
             Les Trios Matas-Beauty and Grace
             Wright and Marion-America’s Gift to Variety
             Draper and Shires-the Ultra Modern Dancers
             Senator Murphy-The Political Humorist
             Red and blue. 255mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection


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178R14.136   Theatre Royal, Nottingham
             Fortnight Commencing Mon, Sep 14th, 1896
             Sir Augustus Harris’s company, including the popular actor, Mr.
             Henry Neville, in the latest and Greatest Drury Lane Success;
             ‘Cheer Boys, Cheer’, under the personal direction of Mr. Henry
             Dundas.
             Appearance of special stud of Polo Ponies
             Printed: R. Allen & Son Limited, Printers, Caxton Works,
             Nottingham
             Brown type. 255mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.137   Nottingham Empire, Moss empires Ltd.
             Mon 9th July, 1926
             Tom Arnold presents Mona Vivian in a New American Musical
             Comedy;
             ‘Oh! Patsy’ written and produced by Fred Jackson
             Marjorie Wyn
             Walter Hilliard
             Vincent Lawson
             Dawn Liddell
             Jean Webster
             Arthur Lowrie
             Stephen Frayne
             W.S. Percy-the Well-Known Musical Comedy Comedian
             Blue and red with banner. 255mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.138   Theatre Royal, Haymarket
             Thurs 24th-Sat 26th Jan, 1867
             Mr. Southern in, ‘A Lesson for Life!’ by Tom Taylor Esq.
             Revival of Popular Haymarket comedy ‘The Serious Family’
             Also, ‘The Living Miniatures! A troupe of 27 little people varying in
             height from 30 to 50 inches.’
             Printed: Arliss Co., 15 Great Queen St, London.
             2pp Black type. 250mm x 510mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.139   The Hull New Alexander Theatre
             Programme for week commencing 27th Jan c1930s/40s
             Kimberley and Page-The Americans from England
             The Dolinoffs and Raya Sisters-Original dance
             The Denvers-knife and Hatchett Throwing
             Lyons and Fay-Just Comedians and Dancers
             George Welford and Tiny Mite-The Long and Short of It
             Leslie and Lewis-Melody and Song


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             Mark Rivers and ‘Shee’-The Sorrow Shifter and the Sob Sister
             Richard Nellar and Clarice Claire-Vocal Stars
             Printed: Electric (Cinema) Printing Co., Ltd., Manchester, 8
             Red and black on yellow. 254mm x 755mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.140   Arcadia, Bradford Rd. Hillsboro, Sheffield
             Programme for week commencing 2nd July c1940s
             Music and dancehall
             Last night of Albert Lyon’s Famous Summits
             Leslie Conway’s Super 7 in the Pavilion
             Printed: Taylors, Colour Printers, Wombwell, Yorkshire
             Red and black on yellow. 250mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.141   Wood Green Empire
             Programme for week commencing Oct 24th, 1927
             Syd Roy’s Lyricals with Beryl Evetts-The Charleston Champion
             From The Café de Paris
             Clarkson Rose-The Modern Comic Songster
             Mona Grey-The Vari-Voiced Entertainer
             Tommy Handley Presents The Dis-Orderly Room
             M.&A.W. Asra-in a billiards Juggling Novelty
             Adrienne Peel, Singer
             Auntie
             Cinema Imoressions of recent news
             Vivian Foster, the Vicar of Mirth
             Printed: Laycock, Cadle and Graham Limited, Camberwell,
             London, SE5
             Blue on White with colour illustrations. 255mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.142   Metropole Theatre, Bootle
             Programme for week commencing Mon. January 2nd, c1920s/1930s
             Dick Whittington and His Cat
             Albert Taylor-the Skating Sailor
             Karr and Kooney
             The Eight Plaza Girls
             The White Guards Band
             Printed: Not known
             Blue and brown on White. 250mm x 755mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.143   Palace Theatre Newcastle
             Programme for week commencing Mon. March 23rd, 1959
             The Four Ramblers-Modern Vocal Group
             The Marlins-Sophisticated Steppers


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             The Sensational Whirlinds-thrills on the Revolving Ladder
             Peter Raynor-the novelty Box
             Bernire & Barbara-a mix-up on Wheels
             Bill Giles-The Rural Rustic
             Jack Lawton, organist with Shirley King, Singer
             Michael Marten-Just Laughter
             Printed: Taylors of Wombwell, Yorks
             Red and blue on White. 505mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.144   Palace Theatre Newcastle
             Programme for week commencing Mon. March 30th, 1959
             Terry ‘Toby Jug’ Cantor presents his Spectacular ‘Strip’ Revue
             Continental Glamour Show
             Roslyn the famous Striptease Nude
             Terry ‘Toby Jug’ Cantor-tyneside’s favourite Yorkshireman
             Liz Karren The Fabulous Coloured Nude
             Alec Halls-Comedian
             The Great Alexis Troupe-Sensational Hungarians
             Red Preston
             Dale Warren
             Printed: not known
             Red and blue and yellow on White. 505mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.145   Palace Theatre Newcastle
             Programme for week commencing Mon. April 6th, 1959
             Festival of Nudes-6 Nudes of 6 Nations
             Toiya Kee the Exotic Chinese Nude
             Paul King-Mr Music
             Printed: not known
             Red and blue on White. 505mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.146   Palace Theatre Newcastle
             Programme for week commencing Mon. April 13th, 1959
             Strip-Tease Follies with the fabulous ‘Jane’
             Model for the daily Mirror cartoon
             Printed: not known
             Red and blue on white. 505mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.147   Palace Theatre Newcastle
             Programme for week commencing Mon. April 20th, 1959
             Terry ‘Toby Jug’ Cantor presents ‘Queen of Strip-tease’
             Eileena exotic dancer
             Simmy Russ star from the Latin Quarter


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             Stan Van, ‘Crazy Daze’
             Printed: not known
             Red and blue on White. 505mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.148   Palace Theatre Newcastle
             Programme for week commencing Mon. April 27th, 1959
             Terry ‘Toby Jug’ Cantor invites you to
             ‘Paris After Dark’
             Angel Starr-Singing Nude
             The Daring Strip Apache
             The Parisianne Nudes
             Charlie Ellis-comedian
             Magyar Ballet
             Printed: not known
             Red and blue on White. 505mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.149    Palace Theatre Newcastle
             Programme for week commencing Mon. May 4th, 1959
             Terry ‘Toby Jug’ Cantor invites you to
             ‘A Night with the Naughtiest Girls’
             Miss Fluffles
             Petite Penny
             Whoo-oo Patricia
             Georgeous Celia
             Delightful June
             Grange & Mars
             Printed: not known
             Red and blue on White. 505mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.150   Palace Theatre Newcastle
             Programme for week commencing Mon. May 11th, 1959
             Terry ‘Toby Jug’ Cantor presents
             ‘Godiva Comes to Town’
             Blondie Haigh
             Billie Roche
             This week only the men strip
             Printed: not known
             Red and blue on White. 505mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.151   Palace Theatre Newcastle
             Programme for week commencing Mon. May 18th, 1959
             Terry ‘Toby Jug’ Cantor presents
             Strip-tease Spectacle


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             Valerie Dean-Exotic Shake Dancer
             Gorgeous Gabrielle from Paris
             New Comedians
             Printed: not known
             Red and blue on White. 505mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.152   Palace Theatre Newcastle
             Programme for week commencing Mon. June 1st, 1959
             The Norman Evans Show
             Madge Kent
             The Dudley Marionettes
             Ronnie Parnell and Marie
             John Dudley and Riq
             The Prince Sisters
             Georgette
             Printed: Talors, Printers, Wombwell, Yorks.
             Red and blue on White. 505mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.153   Palace Theatre Newcastle
             Programme for week commencing Mon. June 8th, 1959
             The Fabulous Terry Dene and his Dene Aces
             Vernon Sisters
             Johnny Le Roy-Singer
             Leslie Bryant-Comedian
             Edie King and Jo Day
             Skating Meteors-thrills on wheels
             Printed: Talors, Printers, Wombwell, Yorks
             Red and blue on White. 505mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.154   Palace Theatre Newcastle
             Programme for week commencing Mon. June 15th, 1959
             Bright and Breezy
             Cal McCord
             Brenda Day-fan dancer
             Gold and Cordell
             Tiki and Del
             The Carson Twins
             Colin Crompton
             Dawkes and Lester
             The Sensational Shermans
             Printed: Talors, Printers, Wombwell, Yorks
             Red and blue on White. 505mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection




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178R14.155   Palace Blackpool
             Week commencing 21st Dec 1953
             Frankie Vaughan
             Jimmy James with huttin Conyers & Bretton Wood
             Western Stars Norman & Niki grant
             Lorraine-novelty cartoonist
             Colombus & Partner
             Don Arden-singing impressionist
             Freddie Harrison
             Printed: Ayre & Senior Ltd
             Colour poster 350mm x 620mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.156   Palace Blackpool
             Week commencing 26th Oct 1953
             Anne Shelton-Golden voice of 2 continents
             Max & Harry Nesbitt-famous composers and singing comedians
             Larentys Troupe-combined double springboard and trampoline
             novelty
             5 Jays and June-dancers of distinction
             Earl & Elgar Musically clowning
             Janette Fox-marionette girl
             Kim & Pam Lewington
             Daponte with Oscar and Frances-ventriloquist
             Printed: Ayre & Senior Ltd
             Colour poster 350mm x 620mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.157   Palace Blackpool
             Week commencing 14th Jan 1952
             Syd and Max Harrison
             Tony Lowry & Clive Richardson
             Rolfo-hand balancer
             Margerite & Charles in the balance
             Johnny & Suma Lamonte
             Rex Reed & Rita Delroy
             Stanley Watson
             Penny Nicholls & Billy Merrin
             Printed: Ayre & Senior Ltd
             Colour poster 350mm x 620mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.158   Huddersfield Theatre Royal
             Week Commencing 9th April, 1934
             Alfred Kennedy’s Company in ‘The 13th Chair’
             Printed: Wheatley, Dyson & Son, New Street, Hudderfield
             blue and red print 250mm x 755mm


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             NFA Collection

178R14.159   Huddersfield Theatre Royal
             Week Commencing 16th April 1934
             Alfred Kennedy’s Company in ‘Thark’
             Printed: Wheatley, Dyson & Son, New Street, Hudderfield
             blue and red print 250mm x 755mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.160   Hippodrome and Queens Theatre, Keighley
             Week Commencing 24th December, 1928
             Fred Reynolds presents the gorgeous pantomime Red Riding Hood
             Specialities by Hengleurs Circus
             Printed: ? Field & Son. Quebec Printing Works, Thornton Road,
             Bradford
             Red and blue print. 242mm x 746mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.161   Palace Blackpool
             Week commencing 9th Feb c1930
             Jack Brennan and Fred Reynolds present their gorgeous Pantomime,
             Cinderella
             Specialities by Eddie Walker ‘Uncle Eddie’ from the Isle of Man and
             others
             Printed: Ayre and Senior. Printers. 3a Alfred Street, Blackpool
             Red, blue and orange print. 334mm x 627mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.162   Hippodrome Manchester
             Week commencing Sat 19th Dec c1930s
             Emile Laiitler’s All Star Pantomime ‘Goody Twoshoes’
             Manchester’s own Dave Morris as ‘Lord Gorgeous of Glamour’ and
             ‘Cedric’
             Beryl Stevens as ‘Robin Goodfellow’
             Phil Strickland as ‘Dame Bluebell’
             Medlock and Marlowe as ‘Muddle ‘and ‘Twiggy’
             The Famour Tiller Girls
             Ann Wakefield as ‘Goody’
             The Patterson Children
             Bert and Bob Mallin as ‘Late’ and ‘Early’ and others
             Blue type and red and yellow illus. 507mm x 758mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.163   Derby Pavilion and Gardens
             Programme Commencing Mon 22nd Aug, 1927
             Clifton Shawe Presents His Vaudeville Mixture of Laughter, Song and
             Dance. ‘Pleasure of 1927.


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             Including Hal Ransome and Sybil May amongst others
             Printed: Bacon & Hudson, Ltd, Theatrical Printers, Colyear Street,
             Derby
             Blue print with red boarder and header. 315mm x 635mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.164   The Hull New Alexandra Theatre
             Week commencing 3rd Feb
             The Harmony Kings and Pianist
             Len Young, the Singing Fool
             Zona & Her Marimba
             Mona Grey, vari-voiced entertainer
             Jimmy Elliott, animal mimic
             Masoni & Risch, Adagio Dancers
             Everard-ventriloquist
             Artemus and His Gang-comedy act
             Printed: Electric (Cinema) Printing Co., Ltd., Manchester, 8
             Red and Black on yellow. 250mm x 755mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.165   Ardwick Green Empire, Hyde Road, Manchester
             Week Commencing 30th July, 1917
             Fred Karno’s new version of ‘Mumming Birds’, the fantasy that made
             Charlie Chaplin famous
             My Fancy-speciality dancer
             The Wonderful Poppescus-act on seven horizontal bars
             Those 4 Kids
             Harry Leybourne-entertainer
             Harry Russell-the Irishman from Yorkshire with his conductor
             Day by Day in Pictures
             Fred Rex & Co. in Money & misery-facical comedy
             Blue and red print. 2523mm x 770mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.166   Empire Sunderland
             Programme for week beginning 19th Feb, 1917
             Lucille Benstead-Australian singer
             The Ten loonies-burlesque musicians
             Pathe’s Gazette
             Franco-the man who chalks and talks
             The Braks-balancing act
             May Henderson-the dusky comedy queen
             De Marest-novelty violinist
             Gardener’s Maniac Bull-Dogs in sensational acrobatic feats
             Printed: Sunderland Post Co.
             Blue print. 430mm x 740mm
             NFA Collection


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178R14.167   St George’s Theatre, Walsall
             Monday 28th Han, 1895
             Edward Graham Falcon’s Grand Christmas Pantomime, Little Bo
             Peep
             Printed: ‘Free Press’ Office, Bradford Street, Walsall
             Blue print. 250mm x 720mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.168   The Empire Ilfracombe
             Programme for 4th-9th July c1920s
             4th-6th July Virginia Valli, Allan Simpson and J. Farrell, MacDonald in
             ‘The Family Upstairs’ drama
             7th-9th July ‘The Midnight Kiss
             ‘The Collegians’ Comedy ‘Move Along’
             Cinemazine
             Printed: Bruce Moore ‘Chronicle Gazette’ works, Northfield Road
             Ilfracombe
             Black print 257mm x 730mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.169   Theatre Royal Gloucester
             Programme for Sat 8th Jan 1898
             Grand Christmas Pantomime, Robinson Crusoe
             Printed: Partridge and Robins Bookosellers Bookbinders and Printers,
             Westgate Street, Gloucester
             Blue Print 253mm x 756mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.170   Theatre Royal Sheffield
             Programme for week commencing 13th Jan 1868
             Burlesque Pantomime ‘The Forty Thieves’ or ‘Harlequin Ganem, Old
             father Pantomime and the Magic Monkey
             Various other acts
             red and blue print 248mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.171   Queen’s Theatre Hull
             Programme for Sat 3rd Dec, 1859
             Legendary Drama ‘Wizard of the Wave’ or ‘The Ship of the Avenger!’
             Comic Song-Mr W. Lingard
             Drama ‘The Bleeding Nun’
             Printed ‘J. Temple, Steam Printing Works, 10 North Curchside, Hull
             Black print, illus. 252mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.172   New Cross Empire, London


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             Playbill for week commencing Mon. 7th July, 1902
             Harry Randall-Singer
             Ventriloquial Vox and His Varied Voices
             Zarmo-Juggler
             George Gilbey-Comic Singer
             Miss Florrie Forde-Vocalist
             Heeley and Meeley-Acrobats
             The Ross Combination-Comedy Sketch
             Tom & Jack-Trio of Musical Mimes
             The Gariggio Trio
             Vansart-The Man With The Grip of Iron!
             1pp. blue type. 255mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.173   Theatre Poster
             Location not known. Possibly Leeds
             Continental Revue ‘Follow on the Crowd
             Billy Percy
             Marjorie Leon-soprano
             The Four Musical Figaros
             Trixie Lynda
             Dumarte & Denzer
             The 16 Florenia Girls
             Kathleen Ellis
             Joey Porter-Comedian
             Printed: Tribe Bros., Ltd, Stamford Road, London
             Top of poster missing. Mended with sellotape
             Red and black on yellow paper. 285mm x 650mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.174   Tivoli Music Hall, dancing, restaurant
             Germany. Not dated poss 1940s
             Die Grosse Variete-Revue-Einfach Unglaublich-Simply Unbelievable
             Jan Van Albert the world’s tallest man and Pipi, the World’s smallest
             man
             John Vree and Cie-the secret in the suitcase
             Du Marthe and Denzar-flying skeletons
             Radinana-the thinking machine
             Vreneli Pfyl and Martha Mumenthaler-popular yodel duet
             Fredel-puppets
             Szamossi Sisters-acrobats
             Susi-the human dog
             Bill Hall Trio-music
             Elroy
             Sugar Baba and Rudas Twins-scrobatics
             and the Orchestra Barzizza
             Black and red print. illus. 330mm x 700mm


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             NFA Collection

178R14.175   The Hippodrome Southampton
             Week commencing 27th June c1930s
             Non-Stop Variety
             Charlie Higgins-comedian
             Masa Hirukawa and Company-Walk of death
             Stan & Jan-radio favourites
             David Stone and Timothy-Ventriloquist
             The Mayfairs
             Geddes Brothers
             Hinton Brothers
             Printed: Zillwoosa Ltd., Southampton
             Black and red on yellow. Photo. 255mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.176   Theatre Royal
             Location ineligible. Week commencing Mon 9th May, 1927
             Martin Breedis-stong man
             Miss June Dawn-singer and dancer
             Doyle & Massey-comedy and patter
             Francis Daniels & Miss Clare-new style violinist and Lady Soprano
             Reybart-ventriloquist
             The Whitleleys-in speciality pot Pourry Act
             Sylveno-trick cyclist
             Blue print 255mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.177   The New Bedford Theatre of Varieties, Camden, London
             Week Commencing 24th July c1900s
             Will Evans
             Vento
             Edwin Boyde
             Revene & Elton
             Will Johnson
             Hartz
             Morny Cash
             Parkins Trio
             Ada Cerito
             Celest
             Sisters Oliver
             Ella dean
             Harry Bawn
             Sisters Terry
             Sisters Crossley
             My Fancy
             Bernard Armstrong


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             Lena Brunton
             The Almaios
             Lotto, Lilo & Otto
             Printed: Wilkes & Co., 88 Walworth Road London
             Purple and Green Print 510mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.178   Hippodrome Theatre of Varieties, Brighton
             Week commencing Mon 1st June, 1925
             Sam Raitz and His Band
             St. Juste & Higgins, the King’s Jesters
             whit Cunliffe-Comedian
             Ben Osbourne & Nellie Perryer
             Cornalla & Eddie
             Clay Keyes, the Ace of Clubs
             Nellie Wigley, Prince Charming
             Printed: John Waddington Ltd., Albion Rd, Stoke Newington
             Red and balck polka dot frame
             Blue Print. 310mm x 510mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.179   Theatre Royal Haymarket
             Programme for Wed 26th Dec and week, 1866
             Mr Southern in new comedy ‘A Lesson for Life!’
             Miss Rebecca Powell in ‘A Mere Child’
             Miss Ione Burke in ‘Jenny Lind at Last’
             Madlle. Sophia in a Ballet Divertissement ‘Egyptian Bonds’
             The Living Miniatures, ‘a Troupe of twenty Seven Little People’
             Printed: Arliss Co., Printers, 15 Great Quee Street, WC
             500mm x 500mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.180   The New Empire Variety Theatre
             Newgate Street, Newcastle. C1890s
             Acts include Nellie Layborn-Serio comedienne
             The Delevantis-‘Stars of the Air’
             The Selbinis-bicyclists
             Hand coloured border of Japanese figures.
             Printed on Japanese paper. 280mm x 370mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.181   The Hackney Empire
             Programme for week commencing 28th Dec, 1903
             The Famous Kellinos in their grand speciality act ‘Venetia’-acrobatic
             troupe
             Payne’s Little Vagabonds in original comedy act ‘Jockeys’
             Miss Lottie Lennox-comedienne


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             Florence & Lillian
             American bioscope
             Miss Cora Caselli-leg-mania artiste
             Ryan & Hall-American Acrobatic Grotesques
             Miss Clarice Netta
             Harry ray & Lillie Calden-comedy
             Charles Baron-Animal Show
             Blue print 260mm x 745mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.182   The Palace and Hippodrome, Warrington IN CONSERVATION
             BOX
             Programme for week commencing 3rd Jan, 1910
             Albert & Edmunds in Farcical Absurdity ‘The Tower of London’
             Palace Perfection Pictures ‘The Bohemian Girl’ and ‘from Egg to Spit’
             Alex Lofton-Coloured Comedian
             Little Miss Muffett-The Canadian Mite
             Dale and Vale-Vocalists and Expert Dancers
             Bessie Neilson-Illustrated Songs
             A Real Old-Fashioned Harlequinade with James Albert, Bimmy
             Dunlop, George Danvers and Little Babs
             Ted Curtis and Piccs-speciality dancing act
             Black print and red banner border on yellow. 485mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.183   Theatre Royal Edinburgh IN CONSERVATION
             BOX
             Programme for week commencing 14th Oct 1935
             Gertie Gitana-Little Star with Derrick Swann at the piano
             G.H. Elliott-World Famous and original chocolate coloured Coon
             Johnny Bryant-America’s Foremost Whistling Mimic
             7G.G. Girls-Dancing Darlings
             Eileen Audrey-Male Impersonators
             Tubby Turner Co.-Great Little Fat Chap in New Absurdities
             Reggie Redcliffe-dancing xylophonist
             Jonny Kavanagh
             French & Jerome
             Page, Powell & Nona-American Wire Act
             Printed: Taylors, Theatrical & Cinema Printers, Wombwell, Yorks
             Red and blue on sepia. 510mm x 770mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.184   Chiswick Empire
             Programme for week commencing Mon 23rd Jan, 1928
             Syd Roy’s Lyricals with Beryl Evetts the Charleston Champion
             Herbert Mundin in ‘The Pensioner’ & ‘The Languid Golfer’
             Joe Termini-Somnolent Melodist


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             The Sensational Demetris
             Moran Sisters and Mammy ‘Peppy, Plump and Playful’
             The Joanys in their original invention ‘Colour Shadows
             The Welsh Miners’ Quartette-Masters of Harmony
             Tommy Long
             Printed: Maycock, Cadle & Graham Limited, Camberwell, London
             Blue with colour illus. 255mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.185   Royal Lyceum Theatre
             Programme for 15th-17th Aug, 1867
             Mr and Mrs Clarance Holt and Miss May Holt
             Last 3 nights of drama ‘The Mariner’s Compass!’
             Also comic drama ‘Asmodeus the Little Devil’
             Printed: J. Williams, Sunderland
             Red and black print with illus. 250mm x 770mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.186   Aladdin
             Chromolithograph for pantomime early 1900s
             Poster of Aladdin being shown rewards he could achiveve
             Printed: John Waddington , Leeds
             750mm x 475mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.187   Theatre Royal West Bromwich CONSERVATION BOX
             Week commencing 20th Jun c1950s
             Rayburn and His Band in ‘Radio Luxembourg’
             Dumarte & Denzar
             Andrew Whitehouse
             Talent Search. £5 in prizes
             Red, blue and green. 490mm x 750mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.188   Royal Hippodrome Chatham
             Week Commencing 19th June, 1939
             ‘Would You Believe it!’
             A performing pig
             A robot that shaves
             Tame lioness
             The mechanical Man
             Man with one leg
             Man with no arms who shoots, paints and writes
             Man with a head like a xylophone
             Illus. 505mm x 765mm
             NFA Collection




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178R14.189   Theatre Royal Exeter
             Week Commencing 14th March early 1900s
             Mr Harold Allerton presents Fred Storey and company in ‘Rip Can
             Winkle’ and ‘The Merchant of Venice’
             Printed by: devon Evening Express Office, Exeter
             Blue Print. 255mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.190   The New Bedford Palace of Varieties Ltd
             Programme for week commencing Mon 29th Jan early 1900s
             Young Colossus & L’Homme-Fat Boy and thin man
             Connie Milton Comedienne
             Kimberley Boys-Eccentric comedians and dancers
             Cyrus Dare-mimc of children
             Blanch Albini-serio and dancer
             Harry Martell-Swell Comedian
             Miss Minnie Cunningham-Comedienne and Dancer
             GM Marriott & Co. Including the tlanated actress, Miss Edith Finlay in
             The Vultures
             Imperial Bioscope
             Jules & Ferand
             Miss Irene Carlton & Mr Frank Hardie in absurdity ‘Domestic Pets’
             Harry Champion-Character comedian
             Printed by: tribe’s Printing Works, Matilda Street, Barnsbury
             NFA Collection

178R14.191   Empire Theatre, Huddersfield
             Programme for week Commencing 20th July, 1903
             Miss Billee Barlow
             The De Breans-Japanese Equilibrists
             George Foster-Character Comedian
             Ryan & Hall-Grotesque Comedy Acrobats
             Sisters Russell in Songs and Dances
             Dale & O’Malley-Snatches of Comedy
             Cyrus Dare-Humorist and mimic
             Raffins’ Monkeys-Ariel act
             Red and black print on yellow paper. 250mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.192   Stratford Empire Theatre of Varieties
             Programme for week commencing 25th April, 1910
             Fred Karno’s latest ‘Jimmy the Fearless’
             Mdlle. Liane D’Eve-La Belle Parisienne
             Mona Vivian in song and dance
             Orpheus-musical act
             American Bioscope
             6 Lancashire Lasses-Vocalists and dancers


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             Florence Esdale-Vocalist
             Otto tate & Lola Tate-Acrobatic Antics
             Yamamoto and Miss Koyoshi-Japanese Equilibrists with illustration
             Blue print. 250mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.193   Hippodrome, Southampton
             Mon 16th Dec c1930s
             Paul Malveni and his Stars of Rhythm
             Eugene Summers
             Lottie Winterton
             Eric Wyllie
             Kathleen Foote
             Lloyd & L’estrange in skit ‘The Batman’
             Clive Erard-on the concertine
             Tom E Dean-comedian
             Russell Carr-Ventriloquist
             St Moritz Skaters
             Ivor Vinto & Doris Bentley in ‘Kids in Clover’
             Printed by: Tribe Broas Ltd, Stamford Road, London
             Red, black and blue print. 250mm x 750mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.194   Robinson Crusoe
             Poster left blank for overprinting 1920s
             Illustration by Jim Affleck
             Printed by: Alf Cooke Ltd
             Colur illus. on hessian. 500mm x 725mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.195   Winter Gardens Pavilion
             Weston-super-Mare Programme for Easter Weekend c1950s/60s
             Dancing and cabaret
             Johnny Stone and his London Dance Band
             Somers & Fell-comedy Tumblers & Whistlers
             Du Marte & Denzer-Speciality Dancers
             Band of HM Royal Horse Guards ‘The Blues’
             Printed by: WSM Gazetter
             Red, Blue and yellow print. 435mm x 750mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.196   Jubilee Gardens
             Minehead week commencing 2nd July c1950s
             Dumarte & Denzar ‘Skelton’ Productions Presents San Marco and his
             famous premier club orchestra
             The 4 Astounderz-looping the loop
             Carl Carlise


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             Petre and Busta-dancers
             Regal ballroom grand dance
             Printed by: Taylors, theatrical Printers, Wombwell, Yorks
             NFA Collection

178R14.197   Palace Blackpool
             Week commencing 7th August, 1950
             Vera Lynn
             Johnson Clark –ventriloquist
             Tony fayne & David Evans-Radio’s Sporting Impressionists from
             ‘Starlight Hour’
             O’Connell Twins-staircase dancers
             Paula Coutts-cute and clever
             Max Geldray with his electric mouth organ
             Paul and Pauline-Australian Novelty Act
             Lionel King-joker
             The Four Doumer-Acrobatic Dancers
             Printed by: Ayre and Senior
             Red and blue with orange print banner. 320mm x 610mm
             NFA Collection




Variety and Music Hall larger Posters on flatbed plan chest

178R14.200    Manchester Hippodrome
             The World’s Greatest Clown, Charlie Cairoli and company
             assisted
             by Paul King, In Emile Littler’s 20th Manchester Great Laughter
             Pantomime:
             ‘Goody Two Shoes’ c1947
             Henry Lytton-the Laugh of all Dames
             John Cower as Robin Goodfellow and others
             Printed: Eden Press Ltd. London and Birmingham
             Red and yellow illus.1010mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.201   Pringles Picture Palace, Elm Row, Leith
             Programme for week commencing 17th April, 1916
             Les Wambas Present Their Novel Combination Of Two Distinct
             Acts.
             A Comedy Instrumental Act in Original Costumes, Quick-change
             to Smart, Graceful, Daring, Muscular, Gymnastic Act
             Monday-Wednesday, ‘Whoso Is Without Sin’-a Film which won


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             the World’s Prize. It is a Picture for Saints and Sinners.
             Thursday-Saturday, The Ways of a Mother’-an Interesting Two
             Reel Drama which should be seen by Every Woman
             Welcome Return of Teddy Stream-Eccentric Comedian
             Printed: ? Ewan & Co., York Place, Edinburgh
             Brown and Orange 280mm 890mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.202   Empire West Hartlepool
             Programme for week commencing 25th April, 1921
             Monday-Wednesday, ‘The Lion Man’ from the novel “The Strange
             Case of Cavendish” by Randall Parrish, Episode 3
             The Bump, a two part comedy
             Having a Good Time, Fatty Arbuckle Comedy
             All the Week:
             Rosie Reys-The Talented Contralto
             Four K-Foleys-Presenting Their famous Coffee Stall
             Embankment Scena.
             Teddy Stream-Eccentric Comedian. A Ripple of Merriment.
             Tuesday-Saturday;
             The adventures of Ruth-Episode 3 of the Most thrilling Serial.
             Brownie The Peacemaker-A Two-Part Comedy
             Bursting Into Society-fatty Arbuckle Comedy
             Red and blue. 285mm x 880mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.203   The Opera House Kirkaldy
             Week Commencing Mon. 16th Sep, 1918
             Harry Leaton Presents Theresa Collins-The Scottish Nightingale
             Teddy Stream-eccentric Character Comedian
             A Grand Programme of Superb Pictures
             Walmer & Worsey in their unique Pot-pourri Entertainment at
             the Piano
             Entire Change of Selected Photo-Plays. Thursday, Friday and
             Saturday include ‘Pearls of Girls’, a splendid Two Part Comedy.
             ‘The White Lie’-Drama
             Lil Devlin-Comedienne and dancer
             Mdlle. San-San, The Little Japanese Lady Juggler
             Mackenzie Murdoch-The Scottish Violinist, as a Wandering
             Musician
             Lieut. Chard’s Troupe of military Drill dogs-including the World’s
             Wonder-The Drunken Dog actor, The Dog That Speaks, Says
             ‘Goodnight’ and goes to bed.
             Blue type. 285mm x 870mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.204   New Tivoli, Hull


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             Programme for week commencing 24th Jan, c1940s
             Claude Bampton and his Orchestra of 18 Blind Musicians
             featuring famous Blind Radio and Stage Artistes, The Sweet
             Swingers, Phyllis Frost, George Taylor, Barry Hodges, George
             Shearing, Sydney Van Raalte
             Collins & Thorne-The New Comedy Duo
             The Sensational Knife-Throwing Denvers
             Deveen-The distinguished Deceiver and His New York Blondes
             Anna Rogers-The famous BBC impressionist
             Mary Fuller-“Fuller” Top Notes and Fun
             Danvers, Lucas, Rowland-A Cavalcade of dance
             The Six Piano Symphony
             Blue and red type. 280mm x 890mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.205   The Empire West Bromwich
             Week Commencing Mon 12th Jan
             Arthur Watson’s Great Comedy Pantomime:
             ‘Babes in The Wood’ Powerful Comedy
             Full London Chorus and Ballet
             Specialities by The 8 de Lisle Dancers-4 Broadway Belles, 4
             Galvin Girls, the 16 Country Lasses.
             Red and Blue. 280mm x 910mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.206   Alhambra Bradford
             Week commencing 15th Sep, 1952
             Bernard Delfont presents television highlights
             Betty Driver-Direct from her Success in the ‘Betty Driver’ show
             Tommy Cooper-The Mad Magician from TV’s ‘It’s Magic’
             Kenny Baker-Europe’s Greatest Trumpeter
             Billy Banks-The Coloured Personality from New Yorks ‘Diamond
             Horseshoe’
             Petersen Bros.-The South African entertainers from the ‘Betty
             Driver’ Show
             Reg Varney-the Popular Radio Comedian
             Reg Redcliffe and his Rhumba Zylophone
             Leslie Adams-BBC Raconteur
             Bebe & Belle-Modern Dancers
             Direct from Verona Festival Season, International Ballet
             Red and blue. 285mm x 910mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.207   Theatre Royal, Darlington
             Week Commencing Monday, 1st April c1930s
             Ellvee Productions Ltd. Present ‘West End Scandals’-London’s
             most exciting Revue featuring;


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             Tommy Trinder
             Barbara Waele, Arthur Wilmer
             Henry Lytton Jnr-Compere at the Garrick
             Bob Fairweather, Winifred Morgan
             Leon & Alys-Dancers
             The Beautiful Garrick Girls
             Castelli-The smiling accordionist
             Ben Ali Hassan’s Famous posing Ensemble
             Printed: Taylors, Colour Printers, Wombwell, Yorkshire
             Top right hand corner missing.
             Blue and Burgundy. 285mm x 890mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.208   Comedy Theatre of Varieties, Saville Street, North Shields
             Monday, 9th June, 1919
             Harry Leaton & Scot Watson’s victory edition of the Popular
             Music Revue ‘Cheer-O’ featuring:
             Teddy Stream-The ‘Rippling' Comedian
             Una Harvey
             Scot Watson-the Inebriated Count
             Lena Dare
             Dora Sefton
             Arthur Beaufort
             6 Lauder Lassies
             JF Leonard
             Harry Carson and a Monocle
             Full London Chorus under the direction of Harry Harding
             Printed: E Greenwood & Sons, Printing works, Back Woodbine
             Street, So. Shields
             Red and blue. 280mm x 890mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.209   Empire Gateshead
             Programme for week commencing Mon, 2nd May, 1921
             The Anserouls-Great Belgian Gymnasts. Kings of the Double and
             Treble Somersaults
             Teddy Stream-Eccentric Character Comedian. A Ripple of
             Merriment
             Fatty Arbuckle, Mon-Wed-in ‘Chiterey Chase’
             Agnes York-Dramatic Contralto
             Fred Morris-Versatile Entertainer
             George Overy (Jerry), Thurs-Sat- in ‘Kissed in a Harem’
             Al D Young presents: The Five Nuts in ‘Fun in a Schoolroom’
             The Four K-Foleys-original Vocal Entertainers presenting their
             Coffee Stall Embankment Scena
             Printed: Robert Kelly, ltd, Printers, West Street, Gateshead
             Blue and red. 290mm x 890mm


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             NFA Collection

178R14.210   Komische Opera Berlin-Tanztheatre IN CARDBOARD TUBE
             Berlin, Germany c1990
             ‘Ein Neuer Sommernachtstrum’-A Midsummer nights Dream
             Woodcut poster for Ballet performance
             810mm x 1145mm
             Malcolm Airey Collection

178R14.211   Sheffield Empire
             Week commencing 11th Sep 1933
             Chritchton Boys and Musical Novelty Beryl Evetts
             Norman Carroll
             Miss 1933, the Most Original Show in Years with a Brilliant Cast
             including Sam Eccles, ‘Mr Funny Bones’
             Henry D. Adams, comedy juggler
             Bud Richie-comedian
             Hermon & Constance-singing act
             Norah Walker
             Noelle Rawson
             Claire, Rowe and Claire, dancing stars
             Georgette the Dancing Kid
             Jack Browning
             Arthur Carvey
             Anne Day, the Revue Girl
             Red and blue print 285mm x 890mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.212   Palace Hippodrome Halifax
             Week commencing 3rd June, 1940
             The Three Merry Widows
             Cyril Dowler and Kay White in their Burlesque ‘Little Audrey’
             Billy Whittaker & Mimi
             Betty Aukland, Queen of the concertina
             Kiraku Brothers-comedy acrobats
             Eddie Sharpe-whistling comedian
             Marie and Josie
             Billy Curtis & Fred Sandford-comedy team
             Printed: W.E. Berry Ltd., Bradford
             Black Print, red border on yellow. 285mm x 885mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.213   Theatre Royal. Location not given, possibly Australian
             Week Commencing Sat 9th Aug c1910s
             J.C. Williamson Vaudeville
             Bransby Williams-vaudeville creations, character actor
             Jack Edwards


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              Anna and Louis-continetal stars in mirthful melodies
              Victoria Carmen
              Weynen and Companion
              Lecardo Brothers
              Teddy Stream, character comedian
              Barker and Wynne in song impressions and Fowl Language
              Printed: Renwick Pride Print
              Brown and green print. 380mm x 1200mm
              NFA Collection

178R14.214i   Empire, South Africa, possibly Johannesburg
              Week Commencing Mon 11th Sep, c1910s
              Julian Rose-impersonator of Yiddish Eccentricities
              Fred Morris
              Morvana, Miss Rita Neva-English girl pianist
              Angel Bros-balancers
              Teddy Stream, comedian
              Wyn and Ivy in comedy melange ‘Filmania’
              George Hurd-juggler
              Decima & Eddie Mclean-Australian dancers
              Red, blue and pink print. 380mm x 1200mm
              NFA Collection

178R14.214ii Empire, South Africa, possibly Johannesburg
             Week Commencing Mon 11th Sep, c1910s
             Julian Rose-impersonator of Yiddish Eccentricities
             Fred Morris
             Morvana, Miss Rita Neva-English girl pianist
             Angel Bros-balancers
             Teddy Stream, comedian
             Wyn and Ivy in comedy melange ‘Filmania’
             George Hurd-juggler
             Decima & Eddie Mclean-Australian dancers
             Dulpicate of 178R14i but with some names highlighted
             Red, blue and pink print. 380mm x 1200mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.215    Leeds Empire, Palace Theatre Briggate
              Week Commencing Mon 27th Mar, 1905
              Fred Karno’s celebrated company of comedians including Mr Fred
              Kitchen and Miss Aggie Morris and the band of the 1st Regt. Estrellian
              Guards
              in ‘Saturday to Monday’
              Florrie St. Clair-dirty dancer and singer
              Ted Cowan-comedian
              Ivey Roze & Frank Calvert-comedy artistes
              The Mac-Governs-acrobatic dance


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             My Fancy-sand dancer
             Collins & Rice-comedy
             T.C. Callaghan-comic singer
             Syd May-mimic
             Blue print. 288mm x 892mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.216   The Empire, Queen Street, Stanraer
             Week Commencing 8th Mar, 1926
             Shows on different days of the week:
             The All Rounders with Joe Hodson
             Faith Hope and Charity-drama
             Maria Martainor ‘The Murder In The Red Barn’
             My Lady Tom Boy-musical comedy
             Jack Sheppard ‘The Highwayman’
             P.C. Pudding-comedy show
             Children’s Pantomime Babes in the Wood
             Blue print on yellow. 283mm x 890mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.217   The People’s Palace Theatre of Varieties, Manchester Road,
             Bradford
             Week Commencing 13th Dec, 1897
             American Biograph
             Marie Weston-serio comedienne, banjoist and dancer
             The Websters-character artistes. vocalists and dancers in comedy
             burlesque
             Sisters Santley-speciality dancer
             Capt. Slingsby-ventriloquial expert
             The Royal Osbourne Trio-vocal and domestic sketch
             Musical D’Arcys-musical entertainment
             Harry Bawn-comic character and descriptive Vocalist
             8 Lancashire Lads-characteristic and champion clog dancers
             Printed: Clegg & Son, Printers, Earl Street, Manchester Road,
             Bradford
             Purple with green border and header. 470mm x 890mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.218   The Lyric, Bath
             Programme for week commencing 18th Sep, 1899
             Tom Woottwell-the loose-legged comedian
             Miss Katie Florence-character Male impersonator
             Barry Stave-electric banjoist, eccentric speciality comedian
             Burko-laughter making magician assisted by Mdlle. Fox
             The Ellerslies in screaming absurdity ‘Engaged’
             Miss Madeleine May-comedienne and skipping rope dancer
             Miss Emily Lyndale-burlesque actress


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             Bros Onda-gymnasts and comedians
             Special notice informaing that boys may not admitted except under
             the supervision of an adult
             Some damage. Conserved.
             Brown and green print. 290mm x 815mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.219   Hippodrome and Circus of Varieties, Dewsbury, Yorkshire
             Week Commencing 19th Oct, 1908
             Rita & Roma-vaudeville entertainers
             Hilda de Grey-burlesque actress and Tyrolean vocalist
             Animated Pictures on the Bioscope
             The Melroses-vaudeville artistes
             Alf. E. Passmore-comedian
             Daleno & Stream-singing comedians, story tellers and dancers
             J.J. Mannix –coon comedian and dancer
             The Claymores-dancing club jugglers
             Some damage. Conserved.
             Brown print. 285mm x 870mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.220   Town Hall Cleckheaton
             Week commencing Mon 20th Sep c1910s/20s
             Excelsior Animated Pictures
             Latest Dramatic Sensation ‘A Reckless Life’
             and other pictures intersperse with high-class vaudeville
             Amy Hall-the pocket Vesta Tilley
             Edward Stream, comedian
             Printed: Will Jones of Liverpool, Cable Street
             Red and blue. 285mm x 885mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.221   Wallasey Hippodrome
             Week commencing 26th Oct 1925
             Hy. Stevenson offers the all comedy the biggest success of 1925 ‘Now
             We Know’
             Company includes Joe Hodson among others
             Printed: Wilsons’ Printers, Leicester
             Red and black on yellow. 285mm x 880mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.222   New Tivoli, Hull
             Week Commencing 19th Sep, 1949
             Sandy Powell-comedian
             Ron Rowlands-‘A (S)mile ahead’
             Margery Manners-something to sing about
             Roger Carne


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             Sandy-contortionist
             Jothia & Joan-tumbles and smiles
             Two Lens-xylophonists
             The Four Botonds-continental acrobats
             Charles and Susan Raye-dancing stars
             Blue, red and orange print. 285mm x 880mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.223   Coventry Hippodrome
             Week Commencing 23rd May, 1932
             Teddy Brown-xylophonist
             3 Critchton Boys with Beryl Evetts
             Hoey Porter & Joe Lewis-comedians
             Henry D. Adams-juggler
             10 Brownie Girls
             Florence Oldham-famous BBC and recording Star
             Ben Leven
             Clifford Hellier
             Teddy Brown’s Mayfair Syncopators
             Printed: Purles & Mainwarings Ltd., Printers Coleshill Street,
             Birmingham
             Red and Black on yellow. 290mm x 890mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.224   Robinson Crusoe IN CARDBOARD TUBE
             Poster left blank for overprinting UK c1930
             chromolithographic 2 sheet poster
             Colur illus. First sheet (double quad)1524mm x 1016mm
             second sheet (Quad) 750mm x 1016mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.225   The Palace Theatre, Bridge Street, Aberdeen
             Programme for wek commencing 9th Oct, 1899
             The Dreyfus Pictures taken on the spot-AmericanTableau detailing
             the trial and suffering of Capt. Dreyfus
             Eva Johnson-Burlesque Actress and Vocalist
             Mr Cyrus Dare-Society Entertainer
             Bob Hutt-Character comedian
             Henri Cazman-Pot Pourri
             Mamzlle. Flossie-celebrated Comediene, Vocalist and Dancer
             Mr James Colquit!-Champion jumper
             James Dubois-Animal Impersonator
             Colonel Gaston Bordeverry Assisted by Mdme. Bordeverry-champion
             pistol and rifle shot of the present age
             Printed by: Averys Ld., Aberdeen
             Green and red print 420mm x 885mm
             NFA Collection


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178R14.226   Empire Palace Theatre Dublin
             Programme for week commencing 9th April 1900
             Latest War Pictures
             McKays (Tom and Amy)-Sketch Artistes and Lightning Oil Painters
             Paul Langtry-famous Negro Comedian
             The Fauces-Risley Artistes
             Bransby Williams-versitile Actor
             Clayton Twins and company in ‘Which is Which!’
             Paulinetti and Piquo-Athletes and Clowns
             Cyrus Dare-Child Mimic
             May Handerson-comedy Queen
             Austin Rudd-Comedian
             Printed by: The Irish Whealman Printing Works, Dublin
             Red and green print. 280mm x 880mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.227   Gaity Theatre of Varieties, Oldham
             Programme for week Commencing Mon 1st June, 1903
             Mons. Henri
             Joe Graham-ventriloquist and Mimic
             3 Sisters Lee-introducing singing, dancing, tumbling etc.
             Nispania-Bender
             Cyrus Dare-child mimic
             2 Seabolds (schack & Bertha) Swiss Mountain Instrumentalists
             Flo D’Orville-versitile Artiste
             Denby & Dent-in original act ‘The Singing Barber’
             Wright’s Sterograph-animated pictures
             Printed by: ‘Chronicle Printing and Bookbinding Works, union Street,
             Oldham
             Red and blue print. 280mm x 880mm
             NFA Collection

178R14.228   Theatre Royal Portsmouth
             Programme for week commencing 30th June 1950s
             The Radio Revellers-radio’s foremost vocal quartet
             Charles Forsythe & Addie Deamon
             The Crooning Blackbird Adelaide Hall, at the Piano: Joe Faye
             Irene & Stanley Davis-Aristocrats of dance
             Clifford Stanton-personalities on parade
             Ladd Lyon-acrobatic humorist from USA
             Glamarous Dolaire-aerialist
             Joe Lawman and Joy
             Printed by: Tribe Bros., ltd., London and St Albans
             Red and blue print. 285mm x 890mm
             NFA Collection




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178R14.229   Theatre Royal Portsmouth
             Programme for week commencing 1st March 1950s
             Lee Lawrence-singing personality
             Les Ricards-continental acrobats
             Marie de Vere’s Pin-up girls
             Sisto & partner-high speed juggler
             Yale & Diane-youth in the balance
             Harry Bailey-king of Blarney
             Gordon and Ritchie-accent on laughter
             Malcolm Mitchell Trio-britain’s premier rhythm group
             Printed by: Tribe Bros., ltd., London and St Albans
             Red and blue print. 285mm x 890mm
             NFA Collection




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Waxworks 178R16

Waxworks in A3 blue box

178R16.1 Assembly Room, Bell House Hotel, Gloucester
        Saturday 14th Jan, 1832
        Madame Tussaud waxworks
        Burke & Hare, coronation of his late majesty, George the Fourth
        The Coronation of Bonaparte
        Mary Queen of Scots, abdicating the throne
        Damaged and not complete
        2pp photocopies of originals. 247mm x 196mm
        NFA Collection




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Early Film and Cinema 178R17

Early Film and Cinema Items in Smaller cardboard box

178R17.1   Proctors Pavilion
           Wombwell c1911
           Film of Lord George Sanger’s life and home taken two days
           before his death.
           377mm x 510mm
           NFA Collection

178R17.2   Anderton and Rowland’s Grand Empire Palace
           Poster Left Blank for overprinting
           Animated Pictures: The Great Riots in St Petersburg, The Burglar
           and the Girls, Bill Bailey’s Come Home, The great Strike IN Paris,
           A Trip to the Moon, Grand Pantomime of Blue Beard, historic
           Events During the reign of Louis XIV
           Also performing: Professor Anderton-Conjuring tricks
           Sisters May-Vocalists, Cake walkers and Skipping Rope Dancers
           Charles Bruno-Comic Vocalist
           Miss Harvey-dancer
           24 hours’ Continuous Programme.
           Printed: Willson’s New Walk Colour Printing Works, Leicester
           Folded Playbill
           Yellow, blue and red print. 350mm x 535mm
           NFA Collection

178R17.3   The New Bedford Palace of Varieties
           Programme for week commencing Monday, Jan 29th, 1900
           Smith’s Imperial Series of animated War Pictures
           Printed: Wilkes & Co., Printers, 88 Walworth Road, S.E.
           NFA Collection

178R17.4   Chained for Life
           Possibly Belgian C1950s
           Poster for film starring the Siamese twins,the Hilton Sisters
           French language
           Colour illus. 530mm x 360mm
           NFA Collection

178R17.5   Mitchell & Kenyon Show on Edwardian Sports
           University of Sheffield, Wednesday 30th June 2010
           Curtain raiser to Visual Physical: Discourses on Sport and
           Performance Cultures narrated by Professor Vanessa Toulmin
           1pp photograph 149mm x 210mm
           NFA Collection


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178R17.6    Mitchell & Kenyon Show on Edwardian Sports
            University of Sheffield, Wednesday 30th June 2010
            Curtain raiser to Visual Physical: Discourses on Sport and
            Performance Cultures narrated by Professor Vanessa Toulmin
            Duplicate of 178R17.5
            1pp photograph 149mm x 210mm
            NFA Collection


Early Film and Cinema items in larger cardboard box

178R17.50   Cinematograph
            Reproduction of c1902 poster showing show front.
            Reverse has images of projectors from The Film Museum
            DDR Potsdam c1980
            Colour 805mm x 575mm
            NFA Collection

178R17.51   John Fuller’s Myrioramic Through Ireland
            Reproduction of original poster, 1986
            Colour illus. 420mm x 630mm
            NFA Collection

178R17.52   Crazy Cinematograph
            5 Posters for Exhibition, Luxembourg, 2007
            Featuring early cinema from 1896-1916
            Colour photo. 500mm x 700mm
            NFA Collection

178R17.53   Marina Theatre Ramsgate
            Excelsior Picturedome c1930s
            Absolutely The Finest, Steadiest & Clearest Animated Pictures
            Ever SeenHigh Class Vaudeville Star Artistes
            Edward Stream, the Eminent Light Comedian, for one week only
            Printed: J T Savage, General Printer, Chathan High Street,
            Ramsgate
            Red and blue. 500mm x 760
            NFA Collection

178R17.54   Co-Operative Hall Cinema
            Dalton-In-Furness. Week Commencing 20th Jan
            Wheeler & Woolsey in Diplomaniacs
            Henry Kendall in’ The Man Outside’
            John, Ethel and Lionel Barrymore in ‘Rasputin The Mad Monk’
            Red and blue print. 250mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection


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178R17.55   Ottomar Anschutz. The Industrialisation of Seeing
            Film Museum, Dussledorf, Germany. 25th Nov, 2000-25th Feb,
            2001
            Poster for exhibition of Victorian Cinema Pioneer.
            Shows images of javelin thrower, 1886
            German. 595mm x 835mm
            NFA Collection

178R17.56   Irving Theatre
            Victoria Rd, Seacombe
            Week Commencing 29th June c, early 1900s
            The Excelsior Animated Pictures
            Films and Vocalists Gorst & Hughes.
            Only Theatre allowed to carry the Name of Sir Henry Irving
            Red and Green Print. 260mm x 620mm
            NFA Collection

178R17.57   Central Palace of Varieties
            Saville St. North Shields. Week Commencing Mon 30th Nov, c1900s
            Sauteron Wonders-Jumpers
            Dale and Vale-Duettists, Dancers etc.
            Clive & Vera-Novelty Comedy Act
            Dalemo & Stream-Singing Comedians
            Living Pictures by the Mouldoscope including Little Mother and
            Others
            Arthur Stacey-Eccentric Comedian and Dancer
            Red and blue type.
            430mm x 650mm
            NFA Collection

178R17.58   Grand Electric Theatre
            High-Street Lincoln. Week Commencing Mon 12th Feb. c1920s
            Teddy Stream-Comedian
            Sisters Sinclair-Duettists and Dancers
            Also Showing ‘The Cream of the Picture World’
            500mm x 730mm
            NFA Collection

178R17.59   Royal County Theatre Shrewsbury
            Monday 11th Oct, c1937
            Espionage and Midnight Taxi plus variety hour
            Printed: Livesey Limited, Printers, St. John‘s Hill, Shrewsbury
            Red and blue print 255mm x 760mm
            NFA Collection

178R17.70   Carnival Story


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            Poster for film starring Anne Baxter 1954
            520mm x 770mm
            NFA Collection

178R17.71   Sideshow
            Cinema Poster 1950
            Starring Don McGuire and Tracy Roberts
            Colour illus. 550mm x 710mm
            NFA Collection

178R17.72   Welt Spiegel Kino-film in Episodes by Gustav Deutsch
            Poster for 2005 film show showing photo of Apollo Theater, Surabaya
            1929
            840mm x 600mm
            NFA Collection

178R17.73   Welt Spiegel Kino-film in Episodes by Gustav Deutsch
            Poster for 2005 film show showing photo of Apollo Theater, Surabaya
            1929
            Duplicate of 178R17.72
            840mm x 600mm
            NFA Collection

178R17.74   Carnival Story
            Film poster of couple kissing, 1953
            Starring Anne Baxter
            Steve Cochran
            Lyle Bettger
            George Nader
            Colour illus. 710mm x 555mm
            NFA Collection

178R17.75   Carnival Story
            Film poster of couple, 1953
            Starring Anne Baxter
            Steve Cochran
            Lyle Bettger
            George Nader
            Colour illus. 710mm x 555mm
            NFA Collection

178R17.76   Carny
            Film Poster 1980
            Starring Gary Busy, Jodie Foster and Robbie Robertson
            Printed: Litho in the USA
            Colour litho. 710mm x 560mm
            NFA Collection


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178R17.77     Vampire Circus
              Film Poster for 1972 film
              Blue and red litho print. 340mm x 755mm
              NFA Collection

178R17.78     The Big Show
              Cinema poster for 1961
              Esther Williams
              Cliff Robertson
              Colour Illus. 710mm x 560mm
              NFA Collection

Early Film and Cinema items on flatbed

178R17.100    D.W. Griffiths presents The Sunbeam
              Reproduction of film poster c1990s
              “A Little Child Who Brought Sunshine When it Seemed The Darkest”
              Black and White Still from film
              900m x705mm
              NFA Collection

178R17.101    Electric Edwardians, the Films of Mitchell & Kenyon
              Poster for Touring exhibition of Touring Film show 2005
              ‘The Films of Mitchell & Kenyon were restored by the BFI National
              Film and Television Archive
              Poster is formed from colour stills from films.
              1015mm x 705mm
              NFA Collection

178R17.102    Electric Edwardians, the Films of Mitchell & Kenyon
              Poster for Touring exhibition of Touring Film show 2005
              ‘The Films of Mitchell & Kenyon were restored by the BFI National
              Film and Television Archive
              Poster is formed from colour stills from films.
              1015mm x 705mm
              NFA Collection

178R17.102i) Electric Edwardians, the Films of Mitchell & Kenyon
             Poster for Touring exhibition of Touring Film show 2005
             ‘The Films of Mitchell & Kenyon were restored by the BFI National
             Film and Television Archive
             Poster is formed from colour stills from films.
             1015mm x 705mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.102ii) Electric Edwardians, the Films of Mitchell & Kenyon


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             Poster for Touring exhibition of Touring Film show 2005
             ‘The Films of Mitchell & Kenyon were restored by the BFI National
             Film and Television Archive
             Poster is formed from colour stills from films.
             1015mm x 705mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.103   Arena of Fear
             Cinema Poster c1960s
             Poster features leaping tiger and acrobat in Big Top
             A Crime Thriller with a Circus setting. The Film was released in the
             USA as "Hippodrome". The support Film is "The Fast Ones".
             Purple, yellow and green.
             Printed: T.P. Ltd., England
             1015mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.104   A Hammer Film Production. ‘Vampire Circus’
             Colour Cinema Poster c1972
             Printed: W.E. Berry Ltd., Bradford
             1010mm x 750mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.105   Dr Phibes Rises Again
             Cinema Poster c1972
             Starring Vincent Price
             1005mm x 750mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.106   Harvard Film Corp. presents
             The Clown and The Kid
             Colour Cinema Poster
             Printed: S. & D.S. Ltd.
             1015mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.107   Anderton and Rowland’s Grand Empire Palace
             Poster Left Blank for overprinting
             Animated Pictures: The Great Riots in St Petersburg, The Burglar
             And the Girls, Bill Bailey’s Come Home, The great Strike IN Paris, A
             Trip to the Moon, Grand Pantomime of Blue Beard, historic Events
             During the Reign of Louis XIV
             Also performing: Professor Anderton-Conjuring tricks
             Sisters May-Vocalists, Cake walkers and Skipping Rope Dancers
             Charles Bruno-Comic Vocalist
             Miss Harvey-dancer
             24 hours’ Continuous Programme.


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             Printed: Willson’s New Walk Colour Printing Works, Leicester
             Duplicate of 178R17.2
             Yellow, blue and red print. 350mm x 1030mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.108   Carnival Story
             Cinema Poster 1953
             Starring Anne Baxter
             Colour illus. 355mm x 915mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.109   Man On A Tightrope
             Cinema Poster 1953
             Starring Fredric March
             Colour illus and photos. 360mm x 920mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.110   Sideshow
             Cinema Poster c1950
             Starring Don McGuire and Tracy Roberts
             Colour illus. 360mm x 910mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.111   Carnival Rock IN CONSERVATION BOX
             Cinema poster 1957
             Starring Susan Carot
             poster ripped at bottom
             Colour illus. with photos. 685mm x 1040mm
             NFA Collection




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Early Film and Cinema-Anderton and Rowland in small cardboard
box.

A collection of Anderton & Rowland posters from The Empire cinema at Helston
from the late 1920s early 1930s

178R17.400   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 19th Nov c1928
             Mon, Tue and Wed Bert Lytell in ‘Alias the Lone Wolf’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Rin-Tin-Tin in ‘Tracked by the Police’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.401   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 3rd Dec c1928
             Mon, Tue and Wed Rin-Tin-Tin in ‘Hills of Kentucky’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Pauline Frederick in ‘Mumsie’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.402   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 31st Dec c1928
             Mon, Tue and Wed Norma Talmage in ‘The Dove’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Ronald Colman & Vilma Banky in ‘The Night of Love’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.403   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 4th Feb c1929
             Mon, Tue and Wed Priscilla Moran in ‘Patsy’s Irish John’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Dolly Davis in ‘The Villa by The Sea’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.404   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 11th Feb c1929
             Mon, Tue and Wed Stewart Rome in ‘Under Eastern Skies’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat earl Metcalfe in ‘The Air Mail Pilot’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.405   Empire Helston, Cornwall


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             Week commencing 18th Feb c1929
             Mon, Tue and Wed Irene Rich in ‘The Desired Woman’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Rin-Tin-Tin in ‘Jaws of Steel’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.406   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 1st April c1929
             Mon, Tue and Wed Rad La Rocque in ‘Resurrection’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Adolphe Menjou in ‘Serenade’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.407   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 6th May c1929
             Mon, Tue and Wed Moore Marriott in ‘Victory’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Lila Damita in ‘The Butterfly on the Wheel’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.408   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 3rd June c1929
             Mon, Tue and Wed Joseph Schildkraut in ‘His Dog’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Ralph Cloniger in ‘Winds of the Pampas’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.409   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 10th June c1929
             Mon, Tue and Wed Vera Reynolds in ‘Almost Human’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat George Bancroft in ‘The Showdown’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.410   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 17th June c1929
             Mon, Tue and Wed Jetta Coudal in ‘The Forbidden Woman’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Richard Arlen in ‘Under the Tonto Rim’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection




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178R17.411   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 14th July c1929
             Mon, Tue and Wed ‘love’s Awakening’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Lois Wilson in ‘Ransom’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.412   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 29th July c1929
             Mon, Tue and Wed Rod La Rocque in ‘Hold ‘em Yale’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Edna Murphy in ‘Phantom’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.413   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 5th Aug c1929
             Mon, Tue and Wed Peggy Carlise in ‘Houpla’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat George Bancroft ‘Paying the Penalty’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.414   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 19th Aug c1929
             Mon, Tue and Wed Milton Sills in ‘the Valley of the Giants’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Corinne Griffith in ‘The Garden of Eden’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.415   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 16th Sep c1929
             Mon, Tue and Wed May Philbin in ‘Drums of Love’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Agnes Esterhazy in ‘Chance the Idol’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.416   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 7th Oct c1929
             Mon, Tue and Wed Laura La Plante in ‘The Midnight Sun’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Matheson Lang in ‘The Triumph of the Scarlet
             Pimpernel’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm


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             NFA Collection

178R17.417   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 14th Oct c1929
             Mon, Tue and Wed Nancy Carrol in ‘The Water Hole’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat H.B. Warner in ‘Sorrell and Son’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.418   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 13th Jan c1930
             Mon, Tue and Wed Alice Terry in ‘The Garden of Allah’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Barbara Kent in ‘Lonesome’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.419   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 7th April c1930
             Mon, Tue and Wed Comedy ‘Sal of Singapore’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Road La Rocque in ‘Captain Swagger’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.420   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 12th May c1930
             Mon, Tue and Wed Estelle Brody in ‘Kitty’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Jenny Jugo in ‘Looping the Loop’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.421   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 2nd June c1930
             Mon, Tue and Wed Reginald Denny in ‘Embarrassing Moments’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Laura La Plante in ‘The Love Trap’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.422   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 9th June c1930
             Mon, Tue and Wed Gladys Brockwell in ‘The Drake Case’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Reginald Denny in ‘One Hysterical Night’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston


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             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection
178R17.423   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 16th June c1930
             Mon, Tue and Wed ‘The Crisis’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Laura La Plante in ‘Hold Your Man’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.424   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 23rd June c1930
             Mon, Tue and Wed Kate Nagy in ‘Love’s Sacrifice’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Joseph Schildkraut in ‘The Mississippi Gambler’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.425   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 30th June c1930
             Mon, Tue and Wed ‘Underground’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat ‘A Throw of the Dice’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.426   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 7th July c1930
             Mon, Tue and Wed Anita Stewart in ‘Name The Woman’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Henry Edwards in ‘Ringing the Changes’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.427   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 21st July c1930
             Mon, Tue and Wed Lya de Putti in ‘The Scarlet Woman’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Hoot Gibson in ‘Parade of the West’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.428   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 28th July c1930
             Mon, Tue and Wed ‘The Phantom of the Circus’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Ester Ralston in ‘The Case of Lena Smith’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston


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             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.429   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 4th Aug c1930
             Mon, Tue and Wed Olga Tschechowa in ‘After the Verdict’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat ‘Gentlemen at Arms’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.430   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 11th Aug c1930
             Mon, Tue and Wed Masia Paulder in ‘The Last Fort’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat ‘Ghosts of the Night’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.431   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 1st Sep c1930
             Mon, Tue and Wed Guy Newall in ‘Number 17’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Joy Windsor in ‘Life’s a Stage’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.432   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 8th Sep c1930
             Mon, Tue and Wed Blanch Sweet in ‘The Woman in White’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Mildred Harris in ‘Sea Fury’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.433   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 15th Sep c1930
             Mon, Tue and Wed Margaret Livingston in ‘The Hour of Fear’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Sir John Martin Harvey in ‘Burgomaster of
             Stilemonde’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.434   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 29th Sep c1930
             Mon, Tue and Wed Ivan Petrovitch in ‘Her Royal Lover’


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             Thurs, Fri & Sat Champion, dog actor in ‘The Silent Sentinel’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.435   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 13th Oct c1930
             Mon, Tue and Wed Douglas MacLean in ‘The Carnation Kid’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat ‘The Island of Love’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.436   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 6th Oct c1930
             Mon, Tue and Wed Mady Christians in ‘The Burning Heart’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Gino Viotti in ‘Desert Lovers’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.437   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 3rd Nov c1930
             Mon, Tue and Wed ‘The Passing of Mr Quinn’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat ‘Sailors Don’t Care’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.438   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 10th Nov c1930
             Mon, Tue and Wed ‘The Two Sons’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat ‘Verdun’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.439   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 17th Nov c1930
             Mon, Tue and Wed John Stuart in ‘Samshin’ Throu’’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Jack Holt in ‘Submarine’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.440   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 24th Nov c1930


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             Mon, Tue and Wed Marceline Day in ‘Wayward Youth’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Hobart Bosworth in ‘After the Storm’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.441   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 1st Dec c1930
             Mon, Tue and Wed Estelle Taylor in ‘Lady Raffles’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Tom Moore in ‘The Siren’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.442   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 15th Dec c1930
             Mon, Tue and Wed Elaine Hammerstein in ‘S-O-S, Perils of the Sea’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Dorothy Revier in ‘The Business Interferes’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.443   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 29th Dec c1930
             Mon, Tue and Wed Charles Farrell ‘The River’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat ‘Judgement’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.444   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 5th Jan c1931
             Mon, Tue and Wed John Holland in ‘Black Magic’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Gaston Glass in ‘Broken Barriers’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.445   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 5th Jan c1931
             Mon, Tue and Wed George O’Brien in ‘Masked Emotions’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Pauline Garon in ‘a Broadway Bride’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection




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178R17.446   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 19th Jan c1931
             Mon, Tue and Wed Tim McCoy in ‘The Bushranger’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Monte Blue in ‘White Shadows of the South Seas’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.447   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 9th Mar c1931
             Mon, Tue and Wed Jack Trevor ‘White Roses’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Ramon Novarrow in ‘The Flying Fleet’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.448   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 23rd Mar c1931
             Mon, Tue and Wed ‘The Flying Marine’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat ‘All At Sea’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.449   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 17th Aug c1931
             All week, ‘City of Song’
             Faeturing Jan Kiepura
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.450   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 24th Aug c1931
             Mon, Tue and Wed William Haines in ‘Way out West’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Cyril Maclagen in ‘Balaclava’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.451   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 31st Aug c1931
             Mon, Tue and Wed Jock Holt in ‘Flight’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Reginald Denny in ‘those 3 French Girls’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston



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             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.452   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 14th Sep c1931
             Mon, Tue and Wed Virginia Valli in ‘Guilty’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat ‘Tons of Money’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.453   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 28th Sep c1931
             Mon, Tue and Wed Tom Wall in ‘On Approval’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Wheeler & Woolsey in ‘The Cuckoos’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.454   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 5th Oct c1931
             Mon, Tue and Wed Evelyn Brent in ‘The Silver Horde’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Richard Coooper in ‘The Last Hour’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.455   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 19th Oct c1931
             Mon, Tue and Wed Robert Loraine in ‘Birds of Prey’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Milton Sills in ‘The Sea Wolf’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.456   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 11th May c1931
             Mon, Tue and Wed Evelyn Brent in ‘Slightly Scarlet’ and William
             Powell in ‘Street of Chance’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat ‘Women Everywhere’ and ‘Enter the Queen’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.457   Empire Helston, Cornwall



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             Week commencing 1st June c1931
             John McCormack in ‘Song o’ My Heart’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.458   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 27th July c1931
             Mon, Tue and Wed ‘Splinters’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat sir Gerald Du Maurier in ‘Escape’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.459   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 16th Nov c1931
             Mon, Tue and Wed sir John Martin Harvey in ‘The Lyons Mail’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Ralph Lynn in ‘The Change of a Night-Time’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.460   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 8th Feb c1932
             Mon, Tue and Wed Lawrence Tibbett in ‘New Moon’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Jack Holt in ‘White Shoulders’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.461   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 22nd Feb c1932
             Mon, Tue and Wed Ramon Novarro in ‘Daybreak’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Mary Astor in ‘The Sin Ship’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R17.462   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 28th Mar c1932
             Mon, Tue and Wed Owen Nares in ‘The Middle Watch’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Austin Trevor in ‘Black Coffee’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection



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178R17.463   Empire Helston, Cornwall
             Week commencing 2nd Nov c1932
             Mon, Tue and Wed Marie Dressler in ‘Min & Bill’
             Thurs, Fri & Sat Ernie Lotinga in ‘P.C. Josser’
             Printed: P.S. Brewer, Printer, Helston
             Red and blue print. 260mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection




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      Travelling Entertainment 178R18

Travelling Entertainment Posters in smaller cardboard box

178R18.1     The Great Gogia Pasha
             Poster for New York Based Indian magician c1950s
             ‘The Last of the World’s Greatest Magicians’
             Horoscopes and tricks on the reverse
             Colour illus. 300mm x 425mm
             NFA Collection

Travelling Entertainment Posters in larger cardboard box

178R18.55 Wall of Death. Kapt. Wulfhorst and Miss. Iris Johnson NEEDS
CONSERVATION
          Havnepldsen, Holbaek, Denmark Friday 18th-Sun 20th Aug, c1930s
          Black type with photo. 490mm x 650mm
          NFA Collection

178R18.56    Wall of Death. Skid Skinner and Miss Alma
             Dodsdromen, Germany. 1930s
             Listed as ‘Mr Hector Skinner
             Black type with photo. 465mm x 605mm
             Alma Skinner Collection

178R18.57    Skid Skinner and Dare Devil Alma
             Fair Ground, Bolton-on-Dearne Fri-Sat May 28th, 29th & 31st
             c1930s
             Wall of Death and on the Flying trapeze
             Red and blue type. 253mm x 760mm
             Alma Skinner Collection

178R18.58    De La Mano’s Champion Exhibition
             Poster left blank for overprinting USA late 19th Century (1870s?)
             Printed: Great American Engraving and Printing Co.
             234mm x 610mm
             NFA Collection

178R18.59    De La Mano’s Champion Exhibition
             Playbill, USA late 19th Century (1870s?)
             Black type, illus. 120mm x 610mm
             NFA Collection

Holloway Theatre

178R18.60    Horace Holloway’s New Prince of Wales Theatre


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            Fair Field, Bewdley late 19th Century
            Printed on silk
            257mm x 752mm
            Donated by Geoff Holloway

178R18.61   Holloway’s Great ‘Number One’ Pavilion of Varieties
            Tewkesbury late 19th Century
            ‘My Sweetheart’ and others
            Damaged item 250mm x 752mm
            Donated by Geoff Holloway

178R18.62   Holloway’s Great ‘Number One’ Pavilion of Varieties
            Tewkesbury late 19th Century
            ‘Lady Audley, Secret’ and others
            Damaged item 250mm x 670mm
            Donated by Geoff Holloway

178R18.63   Holloway’s Great ‘Number One’ Pavilion of Varieties
            Tewkesbury late 19th Century
            ‘The Shaughraun’ and others
            Damaged item 250mm x 630mm
            Donated by Geoff Holloway

178R18.64   Holloway’s Great ‘Number One’ Pavilion of Varieties
            Tewkesbury late 19th Century
            ‘Nobody’s Child’ and others
            Damaged item 250mm x 760mm
            Donated by Geoff Holloway

178R18.65   Holloway’s Great ‘Number One’ Pavilion of Varieties
            Tewkesbury late 19th Century
            ‘Jenny Foster’ and others
            Damaged item 252mm x 680mm
            Donated by Geoff Holloway

178R18.66   Holloway’s Great ‘Number One’ Pavilion of Varieties
            Tewkesbury late 19th Century
            ‘Mary Warner’ and others
            Damaged item 250mm x 535mm
            Donated by Geoff Holloway

178R18.67    Horace Holloway’s Electric Prince of Wales
            Tewkesbury late 19th Century
            ‘The White Sheik’ and others
            Printed: Baxters, Atherstone
            Blue type 250mm x 752mm
            Donated by Geoff Holloway


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178R18.68    The Kings Romance written by E. Vivian Edmonds
             Illustrated poster of the Prince’s Wooing poss. early 1900s
             Printed: David Allen & sons Ltd, Leicester St. London
             Colour lithograph 505mm x 765mm
             Donated by Geoff Holloway

178R18.69    The Kings Romance written by E. Vivian Edmonds
             Illustrated poster of the Prince’s Wooing poss. early 1900s
             Printed: David Allen & sons Ltd, Leicester St. London
             Duplicate of 178R18.67
             Colour lithograph 505mm x 765mm
             Donated by Geoff Holloway

178R18.70    The Kings Romance written by E. Vivian Edmonds in TOTB
             Illustrated poster of the ‘Son of a Prince’ early 1900s
             Printed: David Allen & sons Ltd, Leicester St. London
             Colour lithograph 505mm x 765mm
             Donated by Geoff Holloway

Travelling Entertainment larger Posters on flatbed plan chest

178R18.100   Bolossy Kiralfy, Author and Producer
             ‘The Orient at Olympia’ London, c1890
             Printed: J. Weiner Ltd. Acton St. London
             NFA Collection

178R18.101   Hostens Suce-Miss Ira Morley, Wall of Death
             Malmo, Sweden, 1933
             badly repaired
             Photograph 605mm x 893mm
             NFA Collection

178R18.102   The Great Morton Wonder Show
             Poster left blank for overprinting USA c1940s
             Red, black and yellow illus. 715mm x 1075mm
             NFA Collection

178R18.103   Champion Underwater Contortionist of the World Will perform
             their Water Display
             No location or date, poss. 1960s
             Red and blue print 1015mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R18.104   ‘Girl and the Seal’ Mdlle. Mona De-Gray
             End of the Pier, Llandudno, Wales poss. 1960s


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Red and blue print. 1015mm x 760mm
NFA Collection




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Menageries/performing animals 178R21

Menageries/performing animals items in Smaller cardboard box

178R21.1     Wombwell’s No.1 Menagerie Needs some restoration
             Report of visit of the Royal Family from the Nottingham Daily
             Guardian. 25th Oct, 1869
             Colour illus. 305mm x 495mm
             NFA Collection

Menageries/performing animals. Items in Larger cardboard box

178R21.50    Royal Grand National Menagerie IN CONSERVATION BOX
             Kings Mews, Charing Cross
             Attractiosn including tow Asiatic elephants
             Two African Lions
             Mandrill or real satyr!!
             Two Royal Bengal Tygers
             The Bison, from North America and many other animals
             Small elephant illustration at top
             222mm x 562mm
             NFA Collection

Menageries/performing animals larger Posters on flatbed plan chest

178R21.100   Whittington’s Royal Balmoral Castle Menagerie and Foreign
             Legion of Birds, Beasts, and reptiles
             Friday November 26th, 1885
             Poster for travelling menagerie with blank area for exhibition
             dates.
             Printed: James Upton, Birmingham
             Red and blue print 310mm x 102mm FRAGILE
             NFA Archive

178R21.101   Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey World’s Biggest Menagerie
             1970s Reproduction of c1920 poster featuring elephant
             surrounded by other animals
             Poster for travelling menagerie with blank area for exhibition
             dates.
             Colour Illustration 600mm x 925mm
             NFA Collection




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Oddities and Curios 178R22

Items in larger Carboard box

178R22.50   World’s Fattest Mother and her Babies IN CONSERVATION
            Early 20th century
            Poster for united Shows of America
            Printed: Globe Poster Corp., St Louis, Chicago
            Colour illus. 350mm x 555mm
            NFA Collection




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Fixed entertainment venues 178R23

Items in Blue A4 box.

178R23.1 The Magic Palace-Blackpool’s Newest Attraction
         Box Office card for Magic Shows c1980s
         Colour lllus. 213mm x 335mm
         NFA Collection

Items in small cardboard box




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Wild West 178R24

Items in large cardboard box

178R24.1 Beverley Brothers Shows-Variety Wild West
        USA poss. 1910s/1920s
        Poster Left Blank for Overprinting
        18 Big acts in All
        Printed on 2 sides
        2pp. Black type, illus. 230mm x 610
        NFA Collection

178R24.2

Items on Flatbed

178R24.100 Lincoln J. Carter Presents His Great Indian Play ‘The Flaming
            Arrow’
            Poster for week commencing 19th Jan 1903
            Streamer bill for Wild West Show.
            Printed on both sides with illustrations
            Black on Orange. 235mm x 1050mm
            NFA Collection




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Boxing 178R25

Items in A3 blue box

178R25.1     Taylor’s Famous Boxing academy
             ‘At your Fair. Boxing and Wrestling’. Poss. 1940s/1950s
             Poster left blank for overprinting
             Red and black print. 265mm x 415mm
             NFA Collection

Items in smaller cardboard box

178R25.100   At Your Fair. Ron Taylor’s Famous Boxing and Wrestling Booth
             ‘Poster left blank for overprinting. Poss. 1940s/1950s
             Blue print. 320mm x 447mm
             NFA Collection

178R25.101   Boxing, History and Culture: New Themes and Perspectives
             De Montfort University Leicester Fri 23rd April, 2010-04-21
             Poster for discussion on the social and cultural aspects of boxing
             Colour with photos. 420mm x 590mm
             NFA Collection

178R25.102   Bob Parkin’s Boxing Academy
             To commence at 7.30 11th Nov
             Photocopy of original Poster
             415mm x 372mm
             Donated by Harry Parkin
             Harry Parkin Collection

Items in larger cardboard box

178R25.200   Boxing Poster
             Peace Memorial Mail, Ashtead. Mon 27th Feb.
             Colour copy of poster mended with tape
             Printed: Epsom Press Printers
             500mm x 755mm
             Donated by Harry Parkin
             Harry Parkin Collection




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New Variety and Theatre 178R26

Items In A3 box

178R26.1   Miss Behave’s Variety Night
           Grand Theatre, Blackpool. 14th and 15th Feb, 2009
           Part of Showzam, 2009
           Colour Photograph. 295mm x 420mm
           NFA Collection

178R26.2   Miss Behave’s Variety Night
           Grand Theatre, Blackpool. 14th and 15th Feb, 2009
           Part of Showzam, 2009
           Duplicate of 178R26.1
           Colour Photograph of Miss Behave. 295mm x 420mm
           NFA Collection

178R26.3   Variety Live!
           Grand Theatre, Blackpool. 19th-21st Feb, 2009
           Part of Showzam, 2009
           Colour Photograph of performers. 295mm x 420mm
           NFA Collection

178R26.4   Circus of Wonders
           Olympia Winter Gardens, Blackpool. 13th-22nd Feb, 2009
           Part of Showzam, 2009
           Colour Photograph of Omi. 295mm x 420mm
           NFA Collection

178R26.5   Circus of Wonders
           Olympia Winter Gardens, Blackpool. 13th-22nd Feb, 2009
           Part of Showzam, 2009
           Duplicate of 178R26.4
           Colour Photograph of Omi. 295mm x 420mm
           NFA Collection

178R26.6   Carnival Ball
           Blackpool Tower Ballroom, Blackpool. 13th Feb, 2009
           Part of Showzam, 2009
           Colour Photograph of Tina C. 295mm x 420mm
           NFA Collection

178R26.7   Carnesky’s Ghost Train
           Olympia Winter Gardens, Blackpool 31st Oct 2008- early 2009
           Colour Illustration. 295mm x 420mm
           NFA Collection



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178R26.8    Carnesky’s Ghost Train
            Olympia Winter Gardens, Blackpool 31st Oct 2008- early 2009
            Duplicate of 178R26.7
            Colour Illustration. 295mm x 420mm
            NFA Collection

178R26.9    Admission All Classes Presents Blackpool and Northwest on Film
            Winter Gardens Pavilion Theatre, Blackpool. 12th and 13th Jan,
            2008
            Featuring a magic Lantern Show and material from the North
            West Film archive and the BFI
            Black and White Photograph of crowd. 295mm x 420mm
            NFA Collection

178R26.10   Showzam
            Blackpool. 8th-24th Feb, 2008
            Blackpool’s Festival of Circus, Magic and New Variety
            Part of Admission All Classes
            Colour Photograph. 295mm x 420mm
            NFA Collection

178R26.11   Sensation and Thrill
            Blackpool. 31st August and 1st Sep, 2008
            The Great Voltini! Showgirls on Horseback! And Much More!
            Part of Admission All Classes
            Colour illustration. 200mm x 420mm
            NFA Collection

178R26.12   Admission All Classes Presents Sensation Live Cabaret &
            Fabulous Shows
            Blackpool. 2007- 2008
            List of events for Admission All Classes
            Colour illustration. 200mm x 420mm
            NFA Collection

178R26.13   Admission All Classes Presents The Cabinet of Curiosities
            The Horseshoe and Pavilion Theatre, Blackpool. 2007- 2008
            20 Performing Wonders!
            Part of Admission All Classes
            Colour illustration. 200mm x 420mm
            NFA Collection

178R26.14   Whoopee Goes to Blackpool
            The Spanish Hall Winter Gardens, Blackpool. 28th July, 2007
            Club Cabaret Spectacular
            Part of Admission All Classes


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            Hand Coloured photograph. 200mm x 420mm
            NFA Collection
178R26.15   Admission All Classes Presents Sensation Live Cabaret &
            Fabulous Shows
            Blackpool. 2007- 2008
            Photographs showing events
            Part of Admission All Classes
            Colour Photos. 295mm x 420mm
            NFA Collection

178R26.16   Admission All Classes Variety Parade
            The Grand Theatre, Blackpool. 30th Nov and 1st Dec, 2008
            Photographs showing Miss Behave
            Part of Admission All Classes
            Colour Photo. 295mm x 420mm
            NFA Collection

178R26.17   Sheffield Theatres in Association with the University of Sheffield
            Presents at the Lyceum Theatre
            Sheffield Sun 24th May 2009
            Ida Barrs’ Variety Parade
            Featuring Ida Barr and Miss Behave among others
            Colour 300mm x 420mm
            NFA Collection

178R26.18   Sheffield Theatres in Association with the University of Sheffield
            Presents at the Lyceum Theatre
            Sheffield Sun 24th May 2009
            Ida Barrs’ Variety Parade
            Featuring Ida Barr and Miss Behave among others
            Colour 300mm x 420mm
            NFA Collection

178R26.19   Sheffield Theatres in Association with the University of Sheffield
            Presents at the Lyceum Theatre
            Sheffield Sun 24th May 2009
            Ida Barrs’ Variety Parade
            Featuring Ida Barr and Miss Behave among others
            Colour 300mm x 420mm
            NFA Collection

178R26.20   Mitchell and Kenyon in Liverpool
            Liverpool University Tues 13th May, 2008
            Poster of film presentation with music by Stepehen Horne
            Photo. 300mm x 420mm
            NFA Collection




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178R26.21     Mitchell and Kenyon in Liverpool
              Liverpool University Tues 13th May, 2008
              Poster of film presentation with music by Stepehen Horne
              Duplicate of 178R26.20
              Photo. 300mm x 420mm
              NFA Collection

Items in Smaller Carboard Box

178R26.100-116 left blank for expansion

178R26.116    ‘Hit the Streets’ Street Theatre
              Blackpool. 5th and 6th April, 2008
              Photographs showing performers
              Part of Admission All Classes
              Colour Photos. 420mm x 590mm
              NFA Collection

178R26.117    The Insect Circus
              Hoxton Hall, London. 19th-30th Dec, 2006
              List of performers
              Colour illus. 210mm x 590mm
              NFA Collection

178R26.118    The Insect Circus
              Poster advertising the circus c2005/2005
              Colour photographs of performers
              Colour illus. 150mm x 420mm
              NFA Collection

178R26.119    The Insect Circus Travelling Museum
              Poster advertising the travelling entertainment c2005/2006
              Colour photographs of museum
              Colour illus. 150mm x 420mm
              NFA Collection

178R26.120    The Insect Circus
              Hoxton Hall, London. 17th-19th March, c2006/2007
              List of performers
              Colour illus. 210mm x 590mm
              NFA Collection

178R26.121    La Clique
              Hippodrome, Leicester Square, London 2009
              Colour Photo of audience and performer
              Design and Print by AKA
              320mm x 510mm


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             NFA Collection

178R26.122   La Clique
             Hippodrome, Leicester Square, London 2009
             Colour Photo of audience and performer
             Design and Print by AKA
             Duplicate of 178R26.21
             320mm x 510mm
             NFA Collection

178R26.123   La Clique
             Hippodrome, Leicester Square, London 2009
             Colour Photo of Miss Behave and others
             320mm x 510mm
             NFA Collection

178R26.124   La Clique
             Hippodrome, Leicester Square, London 2009
             Colour Photo of Miss Behave and others
             320mm x 510mm
             NFA Collection

178R26.125   Sheffield Theatres in Association with the University of Sheffield
             Presents at the Lyceum Theatre
             Sheffield Sun 24th May 2009
             Ida Barrs’ Variety Parade
             Featuring Ida Barr and Miss Behave among others
             Colour 420mm x 590mm
             NFA Collection

Items in Large cardboard box

178R26.200   The Insect Circus
             Poster advertising the circus 2008
             Left blank for overprinting
             Colour illus. 210mm x 590mm
             NFA Collection

178R26.201   The Insect Circus
             Poster left blank for overprinting, 2007
             List of performers
             Colour illus. 210mm x 590mm
             NFA Collection

178R26.202   The Insect Circus
             Poster left blank for overprinting, 2007
             List of performers


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             Duplicate of 178R26.101
             Colour illus. 210mm x 590mm
             NFA Collection

178R26.203   Admission All Classes Presents grand Finale Halloween Ball
             Winter Gardens, Spanish Hall, Blackpool, 25th Oct, 2008
             Peppers Ghost Illustration
             510mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R26.204   Variety Live at the Grand
             Grand Theatre Blackpool 19th-21st Feb 2009
             Poster for event as part of Showzam 2009
             Colour photos 500mm x 700mm
             NFA Collection

178R26.205   Carnesky’s Ghost Train
             Olympia Winter Gardens, Blackpool 31st Oct 2008- early 2009
             Colour Illustration. 505mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R26.207   Carnesky’s Ghost Train
             Showzam festival 12-21st Feb 2010
             Poster to announce the Ghost train will not be open during the
             Showzam festival.
             Colour Photo. 505mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection




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Cyril Critchlow 178R27

Poster Collection

See also Argyle Theatre Collection

Items in large cardboard box

178R27.1     Argyle Theatre of Varieties, Birkenhead
             Playbill for week commencing Mon. 10th Feb, 1896
             Fillis’ South African Dogs
             The Mannons-Renowned Pantomimists
             Valrose-Serio-Comic Vocalist
             Adolph Faue-Wire Equilibrist and Expert Tumbler
             Miss Ailsa Cairns-Serio-Comedienne and Burlesque Actress
             Mr Alec Burnard-Comedian, Author and Descriptive Vocalist
             Mr Harry Zetter-Eccentric Comedian and Dancer
             Mr Walter Pussord-The Great Necromancer and Patterer of
             the Day, assisted by Mr Sydney Lee
             Monday Next, Tennyson and Gorman
             Printed: S Griffith & Co, Printers, Liverpool.
             1pp. Green type. 255mm x 760mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.2     Argyle Theatre of Varieties, Birkenhead
             Playbill for week commencing Mon. 1st Aug, 1892
             Grand re-opening
             The Killeno Family-Male and Female Acrobats
             Miss Myra Massey-Double-voiced Vocalist
             Captain Slingsby-“The Intercepted Letter”
             Mr Frank Seymour-Eccentric Comedian, Vocalist and Dancer
             Evalo and Roisso-The Clown and the Turk
             Mr J. Forde-Irish Comedian, Vocalist and Dancer
             Prof. Norton-Royal Court Conjuror and Card King
             Poole’s Minstrels
             Printed: S Griffith & Co, Printers, Liverpool.
             1pp. Green and red type. 255mm x 760mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.3     Argyle Theatre of Varieties, Birkenhead
             Playbill for week commencing Mon. 10th Nov, 1890
             Miss Maud Distin-Lady Baritone
             Mr Ben Fielding
             Miss Nellie Gertine-Double-voiced Vocalist
             Mad’lle Desirie in ‘Mystia’-a Series of Charming Illusions
             Brothers Bondolas-The Monarchs of the Air


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           Mr Andy Rhyne-Eccentric Knockabout Vocalist, Acrobat &
           Grotesque
           Miss Julia Hanson-Burlesque Actress
           Mr George Ripon-Comedian
           Miss Eva Johnson-Serio-Ballad Vocalist
           Mr Joe Fredricks-Negro Comedian and Dancer
           Mons. Dusoni’s Great and Unequalled Troupe of Trained
           Performing Dogs and Monkeys
           Monday Next, Lizzie Valrose
           1pp. Black and yellow type. 255mm x 760mm
           Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.4   Argyle Theatre of Varieties, Birkenhead
           Playbill for week commencing Mon. 26th Dec, 1892
           George Power-Comedy
           Mr Harry Shaw-Musical Eccentric Comedian
           Miss Marion Lena-Characteristic Vocalist and Dancer
           Mr Harry Barker-Descriptive Vocal Actor
           The Watsons-Irish Comedy Entertainers
           Miss Marie Kean-Burlesque Vocalist and Dancer
           Mr Robert J, Carroll-Comedian, Author and Dancer
           Mildred Cohen-Vocalist
           Norton Prestidgitateur-‘Seeing Is Believing’
           Carl Howlett’s Royal Improved Marionette Pantomime
           Printed: S Griffith & Co, Printers, Liverpool.
           1pp. Green and red type. 255mm x 760mm
           Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.5   Argyle Theatre of Varieties, Birkenhead
           Playbill for week commencing Mon. 14th Jan, 1895
           Sergt. Simms’ Columbian Cadets. Twelve Genuine Negro Boys
           from the Bahama Islands in ‘Le Bivouac’
           Miss Nellie Gertine-Character Baritone Vocalist
           The Durhams-Incomparable Dancers
           The Minting Troupe in New Pantomimic Absurdity ‘Fun On the
           Road’introducing AH Minting, the World’s Greatest Trick
           Cyclist’
           Walter Pussord-Premier Prestidigitateur, Illusionist and
           Humorist
           Nassau Piccaninnies-Moonlight Shadow dance
           May Morton-Serio-Comedienne and Characteristic Vocalist
           Miss Nellie Richards-Plantation Songs and Sketches
           Printed: S Griffith & Co, Printers, Liverpool.
           1pp. blue and red type. 255mm x 760mm
           Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.6   Argyle Theatre of Varieties, Birkenhead


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             Playbill for week commencing Mon. 24th Mar, 1890
             Thatcher and Leopold-American Black and White Face
             Comedians
             Miss Annie Sharland-Serio-Comic and Ballad Vocalist
             Mr George Langston-Comedian and Dancer
             Madame Sanyeah with Her Highly Trained Performing Dogs
             and Wonderful Goat. Assisted by Little Letto, Acrobat
             Carl Freeman-Conjuror, Illusionist, Wonder Worker, Card and
             Coin Manipulator
             Messrs. Geraghty and Gilligan-Conversational Comedians
             Wal Curtis-Comedian, Vocalist and Dancer
             Mr George Ripon
             Printed: S Griffith & Co, Printers, Liverpool.
             1pp. Black and Yellow type. 255mm x 760mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.7     New South London Palace
             Programme for week commencing Mon 8th Aug, 1938
             Ricardo with His Costa Rica Accordian Band Featuring the San
             Jose Four
             Gatz & Gatz-Continental Clowns
             Daimler & Eadie-New Songs and Laughs
             Allan & Gordon in Taps and Tunes
             Jim Jessiman in Scotch Skits
             Uke Ray The Broadcasting Bohemian
             Warner Bros.-Tumbling Clowns
             Living Statuary, Marcell’s Porcelain Famous Works of Art
             Four Dolly Girls and Ethel. Daring Rhythm Fiends
             Printed: John Waddington Ltd. 108 Albion Road. N16
             Red and blue type. 315mm x 505mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.8     Sorcar, World’s Greatest Magician
             Poster advertising Indian magician c1950s
             Printed: Lithographed in India
             Colour Photo and Illustration
             505mm x 755mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.9    Tom and Rita Fearon present ‘The Charlie Crow Show’
            Location unknown, poss Blackpool c 1970s
            Colour poster for puppet show
            510mm x 750
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.10   Blank




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178R27.11      The Cinema, Stanton Hill
               Programme for week commencing Mon 4th July c1920s/30s/40s
               Special Visit of Ronald Courtney and His Popular Players
               Including Joe Hodson-Yorkshire Comedian
               Leo Rodway, Geo. Alexandra, Dia Phillips, Miss Elsie M Raye,
               Cissie Elliston, Clara Gardiner, Ronald Courtnay, Queenie Mona,
               Plus a selection of plays.
               Printed: Bailey & Sons, Cinema Printers, Derbyshire
               Brown and Blue type. 253mm x 760mm
               Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.12(i)   Heysham Head Children’s Playground Corner
               Opening for Summer Season 30th June c1940s/1950s
               Shipmates Concert Pary
               Joe Hodson-Comedian
               Tom Douglas-Baritone
               De Randel’s Famous Marionettes
               Audrey Dockrill-Soprano
               George and Carol-Musical Gems
               Renee Rayne-Soubrette Dancer
               Printed: Arthurs, Woodchester
               See http://www.iandenny.co.uk/page37d.htm
               Red, Green and Black Print. 505mm x 760mm
               Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.12(ii) Heysham Head Children’s Playground Corner
              Opening for Summer Season 30th June c1940s/1950s
              Shipmates Concert Pary
              Joe Hodson-Comedian
              Tom Douglas-Baritone
              De Randel’s Famous Marionettes
              Audrey Dockrill-Soprano
              George and Carol-Musical Gems
              Renee Rayne-Soubrette Dancer
              Printed: Arthurs, Woodchester
              See http://www.iandenny.co.uk/page37d.htm
              Dupicate of 178R27.12(i)
              Red, Green and Black Print. 505mm x 760mm
              Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.13      Palladium Beeston
               Programme for week commencing 14th March c1920s/1930s/40s
               Ronald Courtnay and his Famous Repertoire Company
               Plays: ‘the Girl Whom God Forgot’
               A Poppy from Flanders’
               P.C. Pudding’
               Printed: Bailey & Sons, Printers, Derbyshire


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            Red and blue type. 505mm x 755mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.14   The Glass Pavilion
            Programme for Week Commencing 22nd June c1920s/30s/40s
            De Randels Famous Marionettes
            Box Office Card
            Printed: British Cinema Printing Co., Ltd., Burnley, Lancs
            Black type with red border. 243mm x 303mm
            NFA Collection

178R27.15   Hippodrome Accrington
            Mon 10th April, 1940
            Bee-Tee Productions Presents Snow White and the Seven
            Dwarfs’
            Printed: Jas. Broadley Ltd. Printers, Accrington
            With Bert Reid, Renee Rayne and Joe Hodson as the Dame
            Red and blue type. 505mm x 760mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.16   Hippodrome Accrington
            Week Commencing 7th Jan c1940s
            Comic Pantomime ‘Babes in The Wood’
            Rene Rayne
            Joe Hodson as Dame and de Randels Marionettes among others
            Printed: Bowcott and Sons, Wednesbury
            Red and blue type. Holly Border. 510mm x 750mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.17   De La Warr Pavillion Bexhill
            Programme for week commencing Mon 26th May c1930s/40s
            Tissington and Craig Productions present Edgar Sawyer in the
            scintillating Summer Show ‘Moonshine’
            Edgar Sawyer-comedian
            Linda Love-soprano comedienne
            Bobby Bent-Comedian
            Yvonne Ford-Speciality dancer
            Jean Ward-Acrobatic dancer
            Robert King-Baritone
            Leo Conriche-at the grand piano
            Marjorie Yardley-piano
            Derek Pilcher-drums
            Doreen Brebner-speciality dancer
            The Izna Roselli Dancers
            Printed: Willsons, Printers, Leicester
            Black print on yellow. 490mm x 730mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection


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178R27.18   The Alfred Beck Centre Grange Road Hayes, Middx.
            Wed 18th April c1970s
            Clyde Tyme Music Hall
            Starring TV and Radio Star Ken Platt
            Leslie Welch-memory man
            Montelli and June-Mr and Mrs Music
            Peter Tracy-the Australian Song Pedler
            Mike Scott-magician
            Barbara Drew-singer
            Sue Turners Gaiety Girls
            Black print and yellow 510mm x 740mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.19   Church of the Holy Spirit
            Harlescot Shrewsbury Sat 9th July, 1927
            Grand Dance
            Special Engagement of Professor Dan Leano’s No. II Famous Novelty
            dance Orchestra
            Printed: Edwin Jones & Son, Printers, 5 Argyle Street, Wrexham
            Photos 255mm x 630mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.20   Hodson’s Comedy Theatre
            In Mr Papworth’s Field, South Kirkby
            Programme for Week Commencing Mon 14th May, 1923
            Jane Shore-Historical Drama
            Zoe The Octoroon Girl-American Drama
            The Tomboy-songs and dances with Miss A Wynn and Joe Hodson
            The Romance of Terrance O’Moore-Irish play with Mr Geo Wynn and
            Miss Lavander Lee
            A Race for Love-Thriller
            Babes in the Wood
            A Fighting son of Belgium-War Drama followed by Screaming sketch
            ‘Doctor cut ‘em up
            Mon and Tues 21st and 22nd May-Aladdin and his wonderful lamp
            Blue print. 250mm x 755mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.21   Empire
            Mountain Ash, South Wales,
            Programme for week commencing 27th Feb
            Henry Milnes Presents the famous Revue ‘Mixed Grill’ c1930s
            Including Joe Hodson
            Douglas Ross
            Delma & Ray-Roller-skating wonders
            8 Patricia Girls


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            John Terry-operatic vocalist
            Madge Della
            Edith Dene
            Lonsdale & Vivian-‘those Pleasant Personalities’
            Printed: Phillips Bros., Theatrical Printers, Aberaman, Aberdare
            Red and blue print. 505mm x 755mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.22   Theatre Royal Aldershot
            Programme for week commencing 18th Jan c1930s
            The D. Productions present ‘Registered Rhythm’
            Dorothy Vernon-Comedienne
            The Shrine of Beauty-A beautiful Posing Ensemble
            The Devants
            Sadie Sylvester
            Kathie Graystone
            Joe Hodson
            Eastern Slave Market
            Our Rhythm Land
            Al Hartley-Accordionist
            Jack Strood-Entertainer
            Sunny Argentina
            Home life up-to-date
            Vesta
            Ken Ashton-light comedian and dancer
            Marie Wilson-Clever trick cyclist
            The Rhythm Girls
            Dave Devant and his Rhythm Syncopators
            Printed: Wood & Co. Brook, Chatham
            Red and black print. 505mm x 760mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.23   Empire Theatre
            Location pencilled as Gateshead. Stated as corner of high St and
            Sunderland Rd
            Programme for week commencing 1st Mar, c1930s
            Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs with
            Joe Hodson
            Kitty Iris-famous BBC Soprano
            Renee Rayne-Winsome and Dainty
            Madame Florettes Snowdrops, Little Molly, Edie Ross, Little Mickey
            Bert Richardson-juggler
            Madame Wanna
            Le Fleurette’s famous illuminated Ballet
            Winette and her Little Sisters
            Bert Thomas-Autocratic Comedian
            red and blue print. 510mm x 765mm


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            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.24   Hippodrome Yarmouth
            Programme for week commencing Mon 24th Dec, 1928
            Billy Dale Presents the Comedy Musicality ‘C.O.D.-Cheerio Old Dear
            Joe Hodson & Syd Vance
            Gaye Gordon
            Printed: Jarrold & Sons Ltd, 182 King Street Great Yarmouth
            red print. 510mm x 765mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.25   Co-operative Hall
            Edlington Programme for 5th July c1920s
            Hodson’s blue Star Comedy, concert & Dramatic Co.
            Various plays
            Black print on purple. 250mm x 760mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.26   Central Hall Liberal Club
            Settle c1920s
            Hodson’s Dramatic and Variety Company
            Various Plays
            Printed: Robert Riley, Printer, Russell Street, Wednesbury
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.27   Blackpool Tower
            All New Super Circus’ 1984
            Includes All Star Wresling with Big Daddy
            Colour photo with clown illus.
            505mm x 760mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.28   Robert Brothers Circus
            Nelson Carr Road recreation ground
            Mon 3rd-9th May, c1980s
            Printed by: W.E. Berry Ltd. Bradford
            Red and blue border with black text 510mm x 755mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.29   Austen Brothers London festival Circus
            Nottingham the Forest 1-13th March c1980s
            Printed by: W.E. Berry Ltd. Bradford
            Colour banner and footer with black text 505mm x 755mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.30   Blackpool Tower
            Peter Jay presents International Super Circus’ 1983


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            Includes All Star Wresling with Big Daddy
            Colour photo with clown illus.
            505mm x 760mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.31   Christmas International Showcase
            National Basketball Arena, Tallaght dec 26th-7th Jan c1980s
            Colour photos. 590mm x 890mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.32   Austen Brothers London festival Circus
            Banstead 25th-30th Oct c1980s
            Printed by: W.E. Berry Ltd. Bradford
            Colour banner and footer with black text 505mm x 755mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.33   Adrion
            Poster for magician c1970s
            Black and white photo with red spot
            585mm x 840mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.34   Cirkus Merano
            Poster for Norwegian circus c1980s
            Left blank for overprinting
            Colour illus. of clown and elephant by Thomas
            375mm x 680mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.35   Duffy’s Ireland’s Premier circus
            Poster left blank for overprinting c1980s
            Colour illustration of human cannonball
            430mm x 630mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.36   Circus Vargas
            Poster for USA circus c1980s
            Photo of balance act
            455mm x 605mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.37   Fossetts Circus
            Poster left blank for overprinting c1980s
            Illus. of lions and photo of boy tamer
            450mm x 635mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection




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178R27.38   Circus Hoffman
            Preston North End Football Club 26th-30th Sep c1970s
            Illus. of showgirl and tiger
            343mm x 625mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.39   Circus Hoffman
            Tenby 9th-15th Aug c1970s
            Illus. of showgirl, elephant and clown
            343mm x 625mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.40   Circus Hoffman’s American Three Ring circus
            Bootertown Blackrock Park c1980s
            Colour illus of big top and animals
            340mm x 640m
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.41   Siegfried & Roy at the Mirage
            Las Vegas USA c1990s
            Colour photo 570mm x 460mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.42   Busch Berlin & Roland Bremen Circus
            Poster for German Circusses, Aachen c1960
            Featuring b&w photos of clowns
            Red and yellow with photos 325mm x 680mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.43   Circus Busch-Roland
            Poster for German Circus c1980s
            80th year
            Colour illus. of animals and acts and photo of big top
            330mm x 660mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.44   Circus Krone
            Poster for German Circus, Ulm 1st-11th April c1980s
            Colour illus. of animals and acts.
            310mm x 630mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.45   Circus Hoffman’s American Three Ring circus
            Bootertown Blackrock Park c1980s
            Colour illus tiger and showgirl
            Neon pink 340mm x 640m
            Cyril Critchlow Collection


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178R27.46   Circus Hoffman’s American Three Ring circus
            Towyn Ty Mawr holiday Park, Wales 19th-21st Aug c1980s
            Colour illus of showgirl and tiger
            Pink, 340mm x 640m
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.47   Circus Hoffman’s American Three Ring circus
            Newport 13th-18th Aug c1980s
            Colour illus of showgirl, elephant and clown
            Pink, 340mm x 640m
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.48   The Famous Continental circus Berlin
            Poster left blank for overprinting 1991
            Colour illus of horses
            Printed by: W.E. Berry Limited Bradford UK
            330mm x 740mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.49   Paulo’s Circus
            Dover Lower Maxton Playing Fields Thurs 4th-Sun 7th Aug c1980s
            Colour illus of clown and acts
            450mm x 640mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.50   Cirkus Merano
            Poster for Norwegian circus c1980s
            Left blank for overprinting
            Has tear off tickets
            Colour illus. of clown and elephant by Thomas
            490mm x 680mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.51   Cirkus Merano
            Poster for Norwegian circus, Bodo c1993
            Colour illus. of clown and elephant by Thomas
            380mm x 695mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.52   Cirkus Merano
            Poster for Norwegian circus c1984
            Left blank for overprinting
            10 Year anniversary
            Colour illus. of clown and elephant and cake by Thomas
            375mm x 680mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection


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178R27.53   Cirkus Merano
            Poster for Norwegian circus, Oslo 1994
            20th Year anniversary
            Colour illus. of clowns and elephant by Thomas
            385mm x 695mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.54   Duffy’s Safari Circus
            Poster left blank for overprinting, Ireland c1980s
            Colour illus of clown face and animals
            430mm x 630mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.55   Circus Holiday First Ever Visit
            Dumfries Tue 9th-Sun 14th June 1981
            Colour illus of clown face
            450mm x 640mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.56   Circus Vargas
            Poster for USA circus c1980s
            Photo of clowns
            605mm x 455mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.57   Tony Hopkins presents Circus Fiesta
            Parranporth, Cornwall Mon 20th Jul-Tues 21st July c1980s
            Colour illus of tiger
            420mm x 630mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.58   Mcdonald’s international Circus
            Cork, Ireland Christmas Holiday 1991/92
            Colour illus. of big top and animals
            448mm x 640mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.59   Fossetts Circus
            Poster left blank for overprinting, Ireland c1990s
            Sponsored by Smarties
            Colour illus of clown juggling smarties
            Featuring stars from the Hungarian State Circus
            450mm x 640mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.60   Gandey’s Circus


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            Poster left blank for overprinting c1980s
            Colour illus by D. Simpson of lion and other acts
            Printed by: Evans of the Kinder Press, New Mills, Nr Stockport
            450mm x 610mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.61   Cirque Perrier
            Swanscombe 13th-14th Oct c1980s
            Colour illus of clownand showgirl
            Printed by: W.E. Berry Ltd. Bradford
            430mm x 640mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.62   The All New Cottle Sisters
            Bournemouth Tue 1st -Sun 13th Aug, 1995
            Colour illus. of sisters and gorilla
            425mm x 575mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.63   Circus Holiday First Ever Visit
            Lea Bridge rd. Tue 3rd-Sun 15th Nov 1981
            Colour illus of clown face on pink
            342mm x 630mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.64   Cotswold Hall Dursley
            Programme for week commencing Mon 21st Jan c1924
            £50 challange. Mr HA Mills Passing through a Local Man
            Supported by 6 star Turns
            Blue print with checker border
            490mm x 740mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.65   Carl de Rome, Illustionist
            Poster left blank for overprinting c1990s
            Black and white photos of act
            430mm x 620mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.66   Lance Burton
            Poster for Magician c1990s
            Photo of magician with levitating lady
            455mm x 610mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.67   Houdini in Russia
            Reproduction of 1903 poster, 1993


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            Colour illustration of Houdini escape in Moscow
            610mm x 455mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.68   The Crown Jewels Experience
            Floral Hall Southport Mon 19th-Wed 21st June c1980s
            Full size replicas of crown jewels
            Printed by: Silkscreen Printing, Southport
            Red print on yellow neon paper 510mm x 765mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.69   Leas Cliff Hall, Folkstone
            Tues 27th April c1980s
            A Night at the Music Hall featuring Ken Platt
            Supported by Stuart Barham and the Leas Cliff Music Makers
            Gerrie Raymonde-comedienne
            Gwynne Sullivan-Operas Golden Voice
            Mary Stevenson-singer
            Paul Harris-comedy host and compare
            Llewellyn Willliams-xylophone virtuoso
            Printed by: Willsons Printers (Leicester) limited
            Red and blue print 505mm x 755mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.70   Spa Theatre, Bridlington
            Ken Platt in ‘Carry on Father’ and ‘Pillar to Post’
            Commencing 2nd June c1960s
            Red and yellow illus with photo
            505mm x 760mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.71   Empire Theatre Liverpool
            Commencing 23rd Dec c1960s
            All Star Comedy Pantomime Special Dick Whittington
            Frank Ifield
            Roy Hudd
            Nat Jackley
            510mm x 760mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.72   Arcadia Theatre, Drummond Road, Skegness
            Week Commencing Mon 17th Jan c1940s/50s
            Frank A Terry presents Aladdin and his wonderful Lamp
            With Les Lee & Al Dixon
            Gloria Levine-acrobatic Dancer
            And others
            Printed by: C.H. Major & Co. Ltd


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            510mm x 760mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.73   Steve Streets Fall Guys
            Taunton Victoria Park Fri 18th Jul c1970s
            Poster for stunt exhibition and show
            Colour illus of acts. Double sided
            435mm x 635mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.74   The Ken Dodd Laughter Show
            Theatre Royal, Nottingham 18th Nov, 1985
            Printed by: Electric (Modern) Printing Co. Ltd., Cheadle Heath Works,
            Stockport
            Colur illus and b&w photo. 500mm x 7665mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.75   Combined Services Entertainment
            Poster left blank for overprinting c1940s/50s
            Ken Platt
            Dennis Bettis and others in ‘Radio C.S.E.Calling’
            Red and green print. 500mm x 705mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.76   An evening With Tommy Steele
            ABC Blackpool 30th Jul-14th Sep
            Red and yellow poster with photo
            340mm x 650mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.77   Ringling Brothers World’s Greatest Show
            Modern Print of 1910 poster Army of 50 clowns
            Colour Illus. 360mm x 280mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.78   Buffalo Bill
            Modern copy of illustrations of scenes from the Buffallo Bill visit
            345mm x 283mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.79   The Government Inspector
            Theatre Royal Nottingham 21st-26th Mar 1988
            Compass Theatre Company. Illus. by Ralph Steadman
            245mm x 375mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

Items in small cardboard box


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178R27.80   Poster of Dan Leno
            Poster of photograph from c1896 produced late 1900s
            On mount board
            275mm x 362mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.81   Theatre Royal Nottingham
            Mon 5th-Sat 10th May c1986
            The Secret Diary OF Adrian Mole
            Poster of photograph from c1896 produced late 1900s
            On mount board
            Colour illus. 245mm x 360mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.82   Cyril Betram Mills presents Centre Circus
            Brighton 20th Jul-28th Aug 1970s
            On mount board
            Colour Illus. 195mm x 295mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.83   Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
            Theatre Royal Nottingham, Tues 18th-Sat 22nd Mar 1990s
            On mount board
            Colour Illus. 245mm x 380mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.84   Strippers
            Theatre Royal Nottingham, week commencing 11th June 1984
            On mount board
            Colour Illus. 255mm x 355mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.85   Sooty
            Civic theatre, Barnsley. Mon 16th-Sat 21st Feb, 1981
            On mount board
            Colour Illus. 242mm x 340mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.86   Wellington Pier Pavillion
            Great Yarmouth mon 12th-sat 24th May c1980s
            A Night At the Music Hall with Ken Platt
            Beryl Johnson-singer
            Calvin Kay
            Danny O’Dea
            Ray Dawson & His Music
            Gordon Glenn-accordian star


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            Malcolm Vaughan
            Red and black on yellow, illus. 245mm x 380mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.87   Greta Garbo in la Reine Christine
            Modern print of Poster for film
            French, printed in Belgium
            360mm x 490mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.88   Un Barbier Dans La Cage Aux Lions
            Colour Illustration from newspaper, 1894
            270mm x 330mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.89   Carl de Rome and Merete
            Left blank for overprinting c2000s
            Poster for Horroshow!
            Signed
            Colour photo. 420mm x 595mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.90   Evgeniy Voronin
            Poster magician c1990s
            Colour illus. 420mm x 650mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.91   Carl de Rome international Illusionist
            Left blank for overprinting c2000s
            Colour photos. 295mm x 565mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.92   London Great Magic Show
            Japan 1975
            Faust
            Japanese
            Colour Photo 515mm x 365mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.93   Magik, The Miraculous World of Reveen the Impossibilist
            Poster for illusionist late 20th century
            Colour illus. 380mm x 460mm
            Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.94   The Second British Juggling Convention
            Bath Sports centre 26th-27th March
            Colour illus. 410mm x 590mm


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             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.95    Egyptian Hall Piccadilly
             Herrmann The Great Prestidigitateur 20th century copies
             Black and white illus. 380mm x 505mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.96    Egyptian Hall Piccadilly
             Herrmann The Great Prestidigitateur 20th century copies
             Copy of 178R27.95
             Black and white illus. 380mm x 505mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.97    The Wonderful Kellar
             Boston Museum Summer Season 25th June, 20th reproduction of 1888
             poster
             Black and white illus. 380mm x 505mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.98    The Wonderful Kellar
             Boston Museum Summer Season 25th June, 20th reproduction of 1888
             poster
             Copy of 178R27.97
             Black and white illus. 380mm x 505mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.99    Houdini presents his Great Chinese Water Torture Cell Escape
             21st century reproduction
             Black and white illus. 382mm x 510mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.100   Houdini presents his Great Chinese Water Torture Cell Escape
             21st century reproduction
             Copy of 178R27.99
             Black and white illus. 382mm x 510mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.101   Robert Houdin
             St James’s Theatre 21st century reproduction
             Black and white illus. 382mm x 510mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.102   Theatre Royal St Helen’s
             Programme for week commencing 8th Feb, 1971
             ‘The Good Young Man’
             Ken Platt
             Gilliam McCann


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             Nigel Humphreys
             Printed by: Echo Press Ltd., Loughborough
             Photos. 250mm x 380mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.103   Theatre Royal St Helen’s
             Programme for week commencing 8th Feb, 1971
             ‘The Good Young Man’
             Ken Platt
             Gilliam McCann
             Nigel Humphreys
             Printed by: Echo Press Ltd., Loughborough
             Copy of 178R27.102
             Photos. 250mm x 380mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.104   The Grand Theatre, Bolton
             Programme for week commencing 25th April c1930s
             George Formby
             Top half of poster only
             Photo. 275mm x 315mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.105   Villa Marina New Garden Room
             Summer season 1977
             Terry reaney and his Orchestra
             The Johnny Hilton Duo and Singers
             Adult Talent Competition Finals
             The Amazing Margoe’s Show
             The Salamander Show-for children
             Two sided box office card
             Blue and red print 253mm x 316mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.106   Theatre Royal Nottingham
             Week Commencning 23rd April, 1984
             Children of a Lesser God
             Photo. 260mm x 390mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.107   The Alhambra, Bradford
             Thurs 12th-Sat 28th Mar, 1987
             The RSC production of Kiss me Kate
             Colour illus. 285mm x 430mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.108   The Alhambra, Bradford


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             Week commencing 22nd March, 1982
             Local Affairs by Richard Harris
             Irene Handl
             Christopher Beeny
             Mark Eden
             Adrienne Corri and others
             Colour illus. 255mm x 380mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.109   40’s night at the Glenn Miller Roadshow
             No location, possibly Bangor, North Wales c1980s
             Printed: Copycat, Bangor
             Black and white photos. 295mm x 423mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.110   Civic Theatre Barnsley
             Tues 7th –Sat 11th Oct, 1980
             Gullivers Travels
             Colour illus. 260mm x 375mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.111   The Rocky Horror Circus Show
             Herne Bay Tues 13th-Sun 18th April late 20th century
             Black and white 295mm x 420mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.112   Theatre Royal Nottingham
             Mon 7th-Sat 12th Sep c1980s
             Pride and Prejudice
             Ian Carmichael
             Printed by: Partners Press Ltd., Newerk
             Illus. 270mm x 380m
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.113   Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham
             Week commencing 5th March, 1973
             John Hanson in Franz Schubert’s ‘Lilac Time’
             Printed by: Electric 9Modern) Printing Co. Ltd., Manchester
             Colour illus. 255mm x 380mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.114   The Alhambra Theatre, Bradford
             Mon 18th- Sat 23rd May, 1987
             Alan Beasdale’s ‘It’s a Madhouse’
             Colour illus. 252mm x 378mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection




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178R27.115   The Tron, Glasgow
             Wed 9th-Sun 20th Nov 1983
             World premiere ‘Burke and Hare’ by Richard Crane
             Red photo. 295mm x 420mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.116   Capitol Theatre, Horsham
             Tues 26th Dec-sat 30th Dec c1970s/1980s
             Christmas Startime featuring David Whitfield and others
             Neon colours. 253mm x 380mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.117   North Pier New Pavillion
             Blackpool commencing 18th May, 1945
             Dave Norris assisted by Billy Smith
             Collinson & Breen-comics
             Robert Wilson-tenor
             Ingrid Hageman-soprano
             Helga Stone-impressionist
             Terry’s Juveniles
             Pat Martin
             Iris Kirkwhite Dancers
             Eddie Ready & Joy
             Bram Martin and his Broadcasting Orchestra
             Red and blue type. 215mm x 322mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.118   North Pier New Pavillion
             Blackpool commencing 18th May, 1945
             Dave Norris assisted by Billy Smith
             Collinson & Breen-comics
             Robert Wilson-tenor
             Ingrid Hageman-soprano
             Helga Stone-impressionist
             Terry’s Juveniles
             Pat Martin
             Iris Kirkwhite Dancers
             Eddie Ready & Joy
             Bram Martin and his Broadcasting Orchestra
             Duplicate of 178R27.117
             Red and blue type. 215mm x 322mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.119   North Pier New Pavillion
             Blackpool commencing Fri 14th May, 1948
             Lawrence Wright’s ‘On With the Show’
             Bunny Doyle


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             Sylvia Cecil-soprano
             Betty Jumel
             Redvers Llewellyn-baritone
             Dancing Debutantes
             Jack Leonard
             Marca Rita
             Jimmy Campbell and his orchestra
             Alec Halls
             Francois & Marie
             Printed: Stafford & Co., ltd., Printers, Netherfield, Nottm.
             Red and blue type. 215mm x 322mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.120   North Pier New Pavillion
             Blackpool commencing Fri 14th May, 1948
             Lawrence Wright’s ‘On With the Show’
             Bunny Doyle
             Sylvia Cecil-soprano
             Betty Jumel
             Redvers Llewellyn-baritone
             Dancing Debutantes
             Jack Leonard
             Marca Rita
             Jimmy Campbell and his orchestra
             Alec Halls
             Francois & Marie
             Printed: Stafford & Co., ltd., Printers, Netherfield, Nottm.
             Duplicate of 178R27.119
             Red and blue type. 215mm x 322mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.121   North Pier New Pavillion
             Blackpool commencing Fri 14th May, 1948
             Lawrence Wright’s ‘On With the Show’
             Albert Modley Wins the Medal
             Red and blue type, photo. 250mm x 320mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.122   North Pier New Pavillion
             Blackpool commencing Fri 14th May, 1948
             Lawrence Wright’s ‘On With the Show’
             Albert Modley Wins the Medal
             Duplicate of 178R27.121
             Red and blue type, photo. 250mm x 320mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.123   The Coronation St Theatre, Blackpool


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             26th July-Oct, 1985
             The Happy Days Pierrots show
             Ilus. 280mm x 375mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.124   Spa Theatre Bridlington
             28th July-9th Sep 1960s
             Ken Platt in ‘Carry on Father’ and ‘Pillar to Post’
             Colour illus, photos. 252mm x 380mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.125   Granville Theatre Ramsgate 1960s
             11th July-10th Sep 1960s
             Ken Platt in ‘Carry on Father’ and ‘Pillar to Post’
             Colour illus, photos. 252mm x 380mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.126   Granville Theatre Ramsgate 1960s
             11th July-10th Sep 1960s
             Ken Platt in ‘Carry on Father’ and ‘Pillar to Post’
             Colour illus, photos. 252mm x 380mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.127   City Varieties, Leeds
             Season commencing 20th December, 1975
             Robinson Crusoe
             Dave Betton
             Pippa Boulter
             Mandy Cole
             Frank Marlborough and others
             Printed by: E. Millet & son Ltd., Leeds
             Colour illus. 305mm x 415mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.128   Middleton Civic Hall
             8th-21st Dec, 1994
             Dick Whittington and His Cat
             295mm x 420mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R28.129   Civic Theatre, Barnsley
             26th Dec 1981-23rd Jan 1982
             Jack and the Beanstalk
             Harry Worth and others.
             Printed by: Walkers-Printers (inc. Cheeman’s) Barnsley
             Red and green with photos.
             300mm x 420mm


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             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R28.130   Doncater Civic Theatre
             Commecning Mon 19th Dec 1994
             Cinderella
             Duggie Brown
             Colour illus. 295mm x 420mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R28.131   Civic Theatre, Barnsley
             Sun 15th May. 1983
             Call up the Comedians
             Jimmy Marshall and others
             Red and blue with photo
             Printed by: Walkers-Printers
             294mm x 417mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R28.132   Civic Theatre, Barnsley
             Commencing Mon 27th Dec 1982
             Cinderella
             Lee Clark and others
             Printed by: Walkers-Printers
             Colour with photos. 294mm x 417mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R28.133   The Albert Halls, Bolton
             5th Dec, 2003-11th Jan, 2004
             Snow White
             Stu Francis and others
             Colour photo. 294mm x 420mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R28.134   The Albert Halls, Bolton
             30th Nov 2001-6th Jan 2002
             Aladdin
             Paul Crone and others
             Colour photo. 295mm x 420mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R28.135   The Albert Halls, Bolton
             Fri 29th Nov-Sun 5th Jan 2003
             Dick Whittington
             Paul Cron and others
             Colour photo. 298mm x 420mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection




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178R28.136   Davenport Theatre, Stockport
             21st Dec 1996-19th Jan 1997
             Aladdin and his Wonderful Lamp
             Geoffrey Hughes and others
             Colour photos. 297mm x 420mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R28.137   Pier Theatre, Bournemouth
             29th May-30th June, 1999
             Seaside Special with comedian Don Ried and others
             A Night At the Music Hall with Derek Yelding and others
             Top West End Performers in ‘Beyond the Barricades’
             Colour with photos. 295mm x 420mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R28.138   Charter Theatre, Guild Hall, Preston
             12th Dec, 2002-5th Jan 2003
             Cinderella
             Raine Davison and others.
             Colour with photos. 295mm x 420mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R28.139   Liverpool Empire
             Aladdin
             Mr T from the ‘A’ Team and others
             Colour with photos 255mm x 383mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R28.140   Theatre Royal, Nottingham
             Week Commencing Mon 30th May 1983
             Paddington Bear
             Colour illus. 253mm x 382mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R28.141   Alhambra Theatre, Bradford
             Week commencing Mon 29th Sep 1980
             Oh! Calcutta!
             Colour illus. 252mm x 380mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R28.142   Alhambra Theatre, Bradford
             Week commencing Mon 5th Oct, 1981
             Joseph and the Technicolour Dreamcoat
             Colour illus. 254mm x 380mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R28.143   Deveonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne


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             Summer Season Mon 30th June, 1980
             Find the Lady
             Molly Sugden
             Tony Adam’s
             Colour with photos. 260mm x 390mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R28.144   The Coventry Theatre
             Programme for week commencing Mon 20th Oct 1950s
             Michael Holliday
             Hal Monty
             The Cha Cha’s The Cycling Kirks
             The Strong Brothers
             David Conway
             Yvonne Prestige
             The Jolly Jesters
             Billy Moore
             Davis Conway
             Box office card. 253mm x 382mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R28.145   City Varieties Leeds
             Programme for season commencing 22nd Dec, 1973
             Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
             Keny Joy and others
             Layout and PEP Advertising and printed by Mastin Bros., Algitha
             Road, Skegness
             Colour illus. 254mm x 355mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R28.146   Theatre Royal Norwich
             Christmas and New Year Season commencing Monn 27th Dec 1971
             Frank Ifield in
             Sinbad the sailor
             Colour illu. With photo. 255mm x 380mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R28.147   Palace Theatre, Hull
             Commencing Mon 10th Feb c1950s
             Ken Platt-comedian
             The Copa Cousins
             Joy Jackley & Seth Jee
             Jeanne & Jon
             Gillian & June
             David Demott-uni-cyclist
             Reg Daponte-ventriloquist
             Richard & Yolanda


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             Box office Card 250mm x 380mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.148   The Coronation St Theatre, Blackpool
             26th July-Oct, 1985
             The Happy Days Pierrots show
             Duplicate of 178R27.123
             Ilus. 280mm x 375mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.149   The Coronation St Theatre, Blackpool
             Summer season 1986
             ‘You Ain’t Heard nothin’ Yet!’ The Al Jolson Birthday Show
             With Steve King and others
             Red and black ilus. 295mm x 420mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.150   Victoria Theatre Broughton Bridge, Salford
             Wed 23rd Dec-Sat 23rd Jan, 1965
             Ken Platt in mother Goose
             Printed: Llandudno Advertiser Ltd., Llandudno
             Colour illus. 318mm x 490mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.151   Alhambra Theatre Morecambe
             Commencing Mon 3rd July for season, 1960
             Ken Platt in ‘Love Locked Out’
             Has tear on left hand side
             Printed: electric (Modern) Printing Co. Ltd. Manchester
             Colour illus. 318mm x 505mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.152   Palladium Llandudno
             Commencing Mon 17th June for season, c1961
             Ken Platt in ‘Love Locked Out’ and ‘Glamour and Chips’
             Has tear at bottom
             Colour illus. 312mm x 507mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.153   Coventry Theatre
             26th Dec 1975-6th March 1976
             The Black and White Minstrel Show
             Colour illus. 315mm x 510mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.154   Barrow Civic Hall
             Commencing 27th Dec, 1976


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             Babes in the Wood
             Ken Platt
             Colour illus. 292mm x 480mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.155   London Palladium
             Commencing 23rd Dec 1957
             Robinson Crusoe
             Arthur Askey
             David Whitefield
             Tommy Cooper and others
             Colour illus and photos. 320mm x 505mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.156   North Pier, South Pier and Opera House, Blackpool
             May,June and July 1983
             Russ Abbot, The Rockin Berries and Paul Daniels
             Colour with photos 385mm x 505mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.157   ABC Blackpool
             Season commencing 1st july,
             Les Dawson
             Kenneth McKellar
             Dougie Squires Second Generation
             Bobby Bennett
             The Sunshine Girls
             Jumping Jack
             Colour with photos. 320mm x 510mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.158   Victoria Palace
             C1951
             Jack Hylton Presents the Crazy Gang in
             ‘Knights of Madness’
             Colour illus with photos. 320mm x 505mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.159   Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith, London
             From 5th September 1985
             The Alchemist
             Illus. 315mm x 505mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.160   Palace Theatre, Manchester
             Opening 19th Dec, 1977
             The Ken Dodd Laughter Experience


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             Colour with photo. 310mm x 470mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.161   London Palladium
             Commencing 17th Jan 1975
             Peter Pan
             Lulu
             Ron Moody
             Rachel Gurney and others
             Printed: electric (Modern) Printing Co. Ltd., Manchester
             Colour illus. 315mm x 505mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.162   London Palladium
             Dec. 1974
             Tommy Steele in ‘Hans Anderson’
             Colour poster and black and white photos. 315mm x 510mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.163   Chelsea Palace Theatre
             Week Commencing Mon 31st Aug, 1931
             Shaun Glenville-Irish Comedian
             Florrie Forde-chorus singer
             Archie Glen
             Ben Said-the funjuror
             The Hearnes
             Pauline Crothers and her violin
             The London six-Harmony, burlesque, Dancing
             Printed by: John Waddington ltd., 108 Albion Road, Stoke Newington
             Blue and red print 315mm x 500mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.164   Civic Theatre, Barnsley
             Thurs 1st Dec, 1983
             Matt Monroe and Syd Lawerence and his orchestra
             Printed by: Walkers Printers, Barnsley
             Yellow and blue 410mm x 590mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.165   Civic Theatre, Barnsley
             Commencing Mon 26th Dec, 1983
             Mother Goose
             Ken Goodwin and others
             Printed by: Walkers Printers, Barnsley
             Blue and orange 410mm x 590mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection




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178R27.166   Civic Theatre, Barnsley
             Thurs 17th July, 1980
             Kenny Ball and his Jazzmen
             Purple with photo 410mm x 590mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.167   The Houghton Weavers
             Poster left blank for overprinting c1970s
             Black and white illus. 415mm x 610mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.168   Theatre Royal, Nottingham
             Commencing Tues 1st May, c1979
             My Fair Lady
             Tony Britton and others
             Colour illus. 315mm x 510mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.169   Prince of Wales Theatre
             C1982
             Oi! The Flanagan and Allen Story, Underneath the Arches
             Bernie Winters
             Leslie Crowther and others
             Printed by: The Schwartz organisation Ltd.
             Colour with photo. 320mm x 510mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.170   London Palladium
             June 1991
             Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
             Printed: Dewynters PLC London
             Colour illus. 315mm x 505mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.171   The Civic Hall, Barnsley
             Commencing Thurs 24th Dec c1950s/60s
             Aladdin
             Ronnie Collis
             Anjie Dean
             Granville Taylor and Valerie and others
             Signed by Granville Taylor (Faust)
             Printed by: Electric (modern) Printing Co., ltd., Manchester
             Colour illus. 315mm x 505mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.172   City Varieties Leeds
             Season commencing 23rd Dec, 1977


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             Cinderella
             Des King and others
             Printed by: A. Taylor and Sons Ltd., Wombwell
             Colour illus. 335mm x 505mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.173   Civic Theatre Barnsley
             Tues 25th to Sat 29th Mar 1980#A Night at the Music Hall
             Clinton Ford
             Jimmy Marshall
             Chris Corbally-Britain’s youngest ventriloquist
             Montelli & June-Mr & Mrs Music
             Gladys Ambrose
             The Du Barry Set
             The Ray Paul Sound
             Colin Cresswell
             Printed By: Taylors Printers, Wombwell, Barnsley, South Yorkshire
             Red and black on yellow. 380mm x 510mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.174   Heritage Theatre
             Stratford-upon-Avon c1979
             An Elizabethan Pageant
             Colour illus by Anthony John
             505mm x 375mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.175   De Randel’s Marionettes
             Dunes Theatre Mablethorpe c1940s
             ‘Children’s Competitions and Variety’
             Printed: Taylors, Printers, Wombwell, Yorks
             Red and blue type. 380mm x 515mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.176   De Randel’s Marionettes
             Dunes Theatre Mablethorpe c1940s
             ‘Children’s Competitions and Variety’
             Printed: Taylors, Printers, Wombwell, Yorks
             Duplicate of 178R27.175
             Red and blue type. 380mm x 515mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

Circus
178R27.177   Ashton’s Circus
             Wellington, New Zealand Wed 8th-Sat 11th Mar 1967
             Many acts


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             Printed by: Fairfield Printery
             Red and black type. 530mm x 340mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.178   The Thrillseekers
             Poster left blank for overprinting poss. Ireland c1980s
             Dare devils on the slant wire dicing with death on motorbikes
             Printed by: the Wellbrook Press, Freshford, Co. Kilkenny
             Colour illus. 380mm x 500mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.179   Tom Duffy and Son’s Circus
             Gillabey Rock, Ireland 13th-18th July c1980s
             Colour illus. of Apache Indian312mm x 433mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.180   Paulos Circus
             Freshwater Stroud Field sat 3rd-thurs 8th Aug c1980s
             Colour illus of clown and acts 210mm x 420mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.181   Paulos Circus
             Poster left blank for overprinting c1980s
             Colour illus of clown and acts 315mm x 450mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.182   Fossett’s Circus
             Portaferry, Ireland Sat 19th July c1980s
             Chy Fu Deys Chinese acrobatics
             Colur illus and b&w photo. 325mm x 420mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.183   Gandey’s Circus
             Not dated, no location
             Illustration of roaring lion.
             Printed: D.Simpson
             325mm x 445mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.184   Uncle Sam’s Great American Circus
             Long Eaton, Breaston Road Wed 6th-Sun 10th May c2000s
             Colour illus. 230mm x 450mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.185   Gandey’s Circus
             Hippodrome, 8th July – 6th Sep Great Yarmouth 1992
             Colour illus. 385mm x 510mm


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             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.186   Blackpool Tower International Circus
             May 25th-Nov 3rd c1980s
             Starring Roberts Brothers International Circus
             Colour illus. 345mm x 520mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.187   Williams Het International Circus
             St-Niklaas-Markt, Belgium c1950s/60s
             Colour illus of clowns
             345mm x 500mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.188   Fossett’s Circus
             Ireland late 20th Century
             Poster left blank for overprinting
             Colour illus of clown and other acts. 300mm x 545mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.189   Circus Romano
             Poster left blank for overprinting late 20th century
             Colour illus of showgirls and clown.
             Red and yellow 420mm x 590mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.190   Zippos Circus
             Peckham Rye 26th oct-31st Oct
             Featuring stars of the Chinese Circus c1990s/2000s
             Colour illus. 420mm x 595mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.191   Sally Chipperfield’s Circus
             Bingley Hall, Birmingham 16th Dec-2nd Jan c1990s
             Printed by: Peerless Press Limited, Spoon Lane, West Bromwich
             Colour photo 420mm x 595mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.192   Chipperfield’s Circus
             Ynys Mon Wed 29th June-Sun3rd July c1994
             Printed by: W.E. Berry Ltd. Bradford
             Colour illus 420mm x 595mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.193   Chinese State Circus
             Arcadia Theatre, Llandudno Tues 23rd Nov-Sun 28th Nov late 20th
             century


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             Colour Illus. 395mm x 570
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.194   Chinese State Circus
             Camden Roundhouse Tues 20th Dec-Sun 8th Jan late 20th century
             Colour Illus. 395mm x 570
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.195   Circus Ethiopia
             Leith Links, Edinburgh Wed 12th-Mon 31st Aug c1998
             Colour photo. 590mm x 420mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.196   Uncle Sam’s Great American Circus
             Long Eaton, Breaston Road Wed 6th-Sun 10th May c2000s
             Colour illus. 420mm x 600mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.197   Pinder Jean Richard
             Le Geant Europeen late 20th early 21st century
             Colour illus of clown and animals
             Colour 340mm x 495mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.198   Cirque Achille Zavatta
             Poster for Wed, 30th July, Le Pouliguen Place de la Duchesse Anne,
             France, late 1970s early 1980s
             Colour photograph of clown
             370mm x 500mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.199   Gandey’S Circus
             Llangefni 14th & 15th June late 20th century
             Colour illus of clown and animals
             400mm x 575mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.200   Jolly’s Circus
             Poster left blank for overprinting 20th century
             Colour illustration of clown, acts and big top
             Printed by: Artisan Printe, Presteigne
             350mm x 485mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.201   Jay Miller’s Circus
             New Mills Football Club Sun 20th –Wed 13th April c1980s
             Colour image of clown


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             330mm x 595mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.202   Bobby Roberts Super Circus
             Trearddur Bay Mon 10th-Thurs 13th Aug c1980s
             Colour photo of acts
             420mm x 595mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.203   Gerry Cottle Presents The Rainbow Circus
             Poster left blank for overprinting c1980s/90s
             A Theatrical Production of Circus arts
             Colour illus. 318mm x 520mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.204   The Traditional Russian Circus
             Battersea Park Thur 27th-Sun 6th April c1990s
             Featuring the Mighty Mongolian Warriors
             Colour illus. 420mm x 595mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.204   The Traditional Russian Circus
             Battersea Park Thur 27th-Sun 6th April 1996
             ‘From Russia With Love Tour
             Colour illus. 420mm x 610mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.205   Gandey’s Circus
             Holyhead, Thurs 14th-Sun 17th June 1988
             Including Billy Wilson Smart’s Elephants
             Colour photo of elephants
             395mm x 568mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.206   Welephants Circus
             Prestwich, Tues 13th Sep-Sun 18th Sep, 1988
             Colour photo of clown
             400mm x 565mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.207   Jay Miller’s presents Stars from the Bulgarian National Circus
             Perry Barr, Fri 20th Oct-Sun 29th Oct 1995
             Colour illus. of fire-eater
             413mm x 595mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.208   Blackpool Hippodrome


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             Programme opening 27th June c1950s
             Max Bygraves
             Winifred Atwell
             Joe Jackson-American comic
             Hylda Baker-English comic
             Bood & Bood-French Comics
             Patrick O’Hagen-Irish tenor
             Joan Edwards-Soprano
             5 fellers-amazing acrobats
             Princess Zola-tassel Dancer from Harlem
             Printed by: central Printing Co. (Chas. Sowden) Ltd., Burnley
             Red and black 190mm x 445mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection




Other

178R27.212   ABC Award of Merit presented to Robert J Parsons Manager of
             the Ritz Warrington as the Most Outstanding Showman on the
             Liverpool District during the Year 1952
             Illustrated Border 355mm x 455mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection


Oversize Posters in large poster box

178R27.215   Nees-Lajn’s stora magiska trolleris-Show
             Swedish Poster for magician c1940s/50s
             Swedish
             Red and black print with photos
             625mm x 855mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.216   The New Super Casey’s Court
             Not dated, possibly 1920s/30s
             Litho Quad poster depicting stars of 20s and 30s who received their
             tuition in Casey’s Court
             Printed by: Ludlo Press, 373 Earlsfield Road SW 18
             Colour illus. by Cooke
             Bottom left, 104mm x 1500mm, top left, 1040mm x 760mm, bottom
             right, 990mm x 1350mm, top right 990mm x 770mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.217   May Moore-Duprez. The Original Jolly Dutch Girl
             2 piece poster c1920s


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             Blue and red illus. by JP Seaborn
             Printed by: David Allen & Sons Ltd. 17 Leicester Street
             Top 1020mm x 1520mm, bottom 1010mm x 740mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.218   Nazionale Cine-Theatre Combined Services Entertainment
             Commencing Wed 20th Nov c1940s/50s
             Ken Platt
             Dennis Bettis and others
             Red and blue print. 620mm x 935mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.219   May Moore-Duprez. The Original Jolly Dutch Girl
             2 piece poster c1920s
             Blue and red illus. by JP Seaborn
             Duplicate of 178R27.217
             Printed by: David Allen & Sons Ltd. 17 Leicester Street
             Top 1020mm x 1520mm, bottom 1010mm x 740mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.220   The Great Levante
             Third World Tour of Famous Australian Illusionist c1935
             Portrait head above illustration of the "£1000 Steel Trunk Mystery",
             coloured lithograph on three sheets, folded
             Printed by: central Printing Co (Chas Sowden) Ltd Offset Litho &
             letterpress Printers Burnley Lancs
             Top 1020mm x 760mm, middle 110mm x 760mm. Bottom, 1010mm x
             760mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.221   The Great Levante
             Third World Tour of Famous Australian Illusionist c1935
             Portrait head above illustration of the "£1000 Steel Trunk Mystery",
             coloured lithograph bottom two sheets, folded
             Printed by: central Printing Co (Chas Sowden) Ltd Offset Litho &
             letterpress Printers Burnley Lancs
             middle 110mm x 760mm. Bottom, 1010mm x 760mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.222   The Great Levante
             Third World Tour of Famous Australian Illusionist c1935
             2 pieces of 3 piece poster, colour.
             Printed by: central Printing Co (Chas Sowden) Ltd Offset Litho &
             letterpress Printers Burnley Lancs
             middle 110mm x 760mm. Bottom, 1010mm x 760mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection




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178R27.223   Circus Hoffman of London presents for the first time in Greece
             Poster for 1984
             Vertical and horizontal folds
             Colour illus of the Prince Karah Khawak and Miss Stroici
             950mm x 1395mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.224   American Three Ring Circus
             Top part only of 3 part poster c1980s
             Colour illus of clown. 1010mm x 540mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.225   Poetic National Theatre Mysterium Cagliostro
             No location, not dated c1979
             Poster for magic and illusion show
             Vertical fold
             Colour illus. 420mm x 1200mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.226   Murray
             Poster for illusionist and escapologist c1920s/30s
             ‘The most amazing sensational and mysterious man of this or any
             other age’
             Orange and black illus. with photo
             Vertical and horizontal fold
             Printed by: Perfecta Press, London
             1020mm x 760mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.227   Deep Thoughts
             Cinema poster c1970s
             Starring John Holmes and Louise Lovelace
             Colour illus. of back of naked lady by Peff
             1010mm x 760mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.228   Prof. Dan Leno and Company
             Little Wenlock Horsehay, Shropshire 19th Aug, 1933
             Colour border and photo. 255mm x 635mm
             Printed by: Edwin Jones & Son, Printers, 5, Argyle Street, Wrexham
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.229   Prof. Dan Leno and Company
             Cemaes Bay Village Hall Mon 26th Dec, 1938
             Photograph
             445mm x 690mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection


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178R27.230   Grand Theatre Llandudno
             Programme for week commencing Mon 24th Dec 1950s
             Bernard M. Woolley Presents stars from Welsh Rarebit
             Stan Stennett
             Llew Thomas-comedian
             Frank James-Compare
             Jones Sisters-dancing stars
             Will Norman-cyclist
             Margaret Luke-mimic
             Leslie lewis-impressionist
             Gudzows Welsh Collie Dogs-acrobatic collies
             Radio Talant Contest
             Printed by: Willsons, Printers, Leicester
             Red, blue and yellow 505mm x 760mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.231   Marine Theatre Lyme Regis
             Programme for week Commencing mon 12th Jan, 1948
             Wal Scott Present the Great Blackpool-Torbay Coast-to-Coast (Road
             Show) ‘Shine’
             Sylvani-continental illusionist
             Sunya-Musical comedy star
             Paul Gray-xylophonist
             Isolde & Alexis-music and dance
             Shoe Shine Girls
             Roys Instrumentalists Supreme
             Beautiful Georgette-dancing juggler
             Vera Scott-Pianist
             Wal Scott & Christina
             Printed by: Willsons, Printers, Leicester
             Red, blue and yellow with border. 505mm x 745mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.232   Rhaydini
             Location not given c1950s
             Poster for International Magician
             Red and blue print. 510mm x 740mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.233   Hippodrome Yarmouth
             Programme for week commencing 24th Dec, 1928
             Billy Dale persents the comedy musicality C.O.D.
             Joe Hodson & Syd Vance
             Tom Crook
             Vera May
             Victor Brooker and his violin


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             Billy Dale
             The Elsas
             The C.O.D. Parcelles
             Gertie Holden
             Jack Kelly
             Geo. And Fay Staples
             Gaye Gordon
             Printed by: Jarrold & Sons, Ltd, 182 King Street, Great Yarmouth
             Red print. 510mm x 760mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.234   Bal Moulin Rouge
             Paris, France 11th-24th July, 1951
             Programme in French
             Red and blue. 400mm x 590mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.235   Empire Penge
             Programme for week commencing 9th Sep, 1935
             George Formby presents his 1935 All Star Road Show
             Granville Smith-melody maker
             ‘Beryl’ Taps
             Pell and Little-the Curate and the Kid
             Jack Le Dair-Trickologist
             Bros Hintoni-equilibrists on tables
             3 Van Strattans in Australian Pastimes
             Rich and Galvin-Step Brothers
             Yra & Ottare-Globe dancers
             3 Galores-music sweet and hot
             Red and black print on yellow. 315mm x 510mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection
178R27.236   Location print from poster for Kuchlin Theater, Basel,
             Switzerland c1940s/50s
             Black print 710mm x 230mm
             Cyril Critchlow Collection

178R27.237   Argyle Theatre of Varieties, Birkenhead
             Playbill for week commencing Mon 28th Aug, 1899
             Saker Harlow Trio!-Continental Eccentrics
             James Dubois, ‘Pongo’ the man monkey, gymnastic
             entertainment
             Letta and Minnie
             Florence Chester-Queen of African Coon and descriptive
             Vocalist
             Rose Conroy-Serio-comic Vocalist and Burlesque Actress
             Gus Harris-vocal character comedian
             Lily Lever-Ballad and descriptive vocalist


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             Ryan and Hal L-pantomimic act
             1pp. red blue and yellow print. 320mm x 510mm
             Printed: S Griffith & Co, Printers, Liverpool.
             NFA Collection

178R27.238 Argyle Theatre of Varieties, Birkenhead
            Playbill for week commencing Mon 16th Oct, 1899
            Tom Leamore-comedian
            The Four Vampires-pantomimists
            Major Doyle-Lilliputian Comedian
            Robert Gilbert’s marvellous troupe of acrobatic dogs
            The Three Sisters Slater-song and dance
            Jesse Burton-baritone and descriptive vocalist
            The Vitascope
            The 2 Emeralds-duettists and expert dancers
            Lily Marney-Irish Comedienne
            1pp. red blue and yellow print. 320mm x 510mm
            Printed: S Griffith & Co, Printers, Liverpool.
            NFA Collection

178R27.239   Argyle Theatre of Varieties, Birkenhead
             Playbill for week commencing Mon 23rd Oct, 1899
             The Marvellous Rikfords
             The Eight Eldorado Girls-vocalists and dancers
             Tony & Frances Ryder-comic bar act introducing the female
             clown and three trained monkeys
             Tom Woottwell-loose legged comedian
             The New Macs-Irish knockabout comedy
             Dulcie Laing-vocalist and skipping rope dancer
             The Dorrells-Duettists, vocalists and dancers
             The Vitascope
             Preston and Balmaine-Illustrated songs, Duets etc, introducing
             the latest American Coon songs
             1pp. red blue and yellow print. 320mm x 510mm
             Printed: S Griffith & Co, Printers, Liverpool.
             NFA Collection

178R27.240   Argyle Theatre of Varieties, Birkenhead
             Playbill for week commencing Mon 30th Oct, 1899
             Julie Mackey
             Gerald Mount-Tyrolean and Descriptive Vocalist
             Mark Melfords No 2 Company in ‘Between the turns or My Wife
             Won’t Let Me’
             Sisters Leo-charateristic Vocalists and Dancers
             Chas. Russell-character actor-vocalist
             Collons’ troubadours-lady vocalists and dancers
             The Edison-Thomas Vitascope


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           Nellie Stratton-serio-comic vocalist and dancer
           Wilkie Bard-character comedian
           1pp. red blue and yellow print. 320mm x 510mm
           Printed: S Griffith & Co, Printers, Liverpool.
           NFA Collection


Posters on Flatbed




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Other 178R30

Items in Blue A3 folder

178R30.2    Big Boot Dance by Little Titch
            Copy of poster for performance in London c1926
            Illustration of Little Titch.
            260mm x 360mm
            NFA Collection

178R30.3    Holiday On Ice Celebrates 50 Spectacular Years
            NEC Birmingham. Thur 20th-Sun23rd March, 1997
            Colour Photographs of performers
            295mm x 420mm
            NFA Collection

178R30.4    The Sand Creek Massacre November 1864
            Poster for lecture. Royal Armouries Museum, Leeds, 15th Nov,
            2001
            Colour Illus. 210mm x 295mm
            Donated by John Turner

178R30.5    The Sand Creek Massacre November 1864
            Poster for lecture. Royal Armouries Museum, Leeds, 15th Nov,
            2001
            Duplicate of 178R30.6
            Colour Illus. 210mm x 295mm
            Donated by John Turner

178R30.6

Items in smaller cardboard box

178R30.50   A Grand Dance
            Poster left blank for overprinting c1930s
            Printed: Willson’s, Leicester
            Colour illus, 375mm x 505mm
            NFA Collection

178R30.51   Form and Fantasy Art & The Fairground
            Exhibition poster. Mid Pennine Gallery, Burnley. 13th June-25th
            July, 1998
            Image of Waddington’s Steam Yachts from NFA poster, c1900
            Colour. 420mm x 295mm
            Donated by John Turner



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178R30.52   Sheffield City centre Presents Fright Night
            Sunday 31st Oct, 2008
            Cartoon image of castle
            Colour 295mm x 420mm
            NFA Collection

178R30.53   Sheffield City centre Presents Fright Night
            Sunday 31st Oct, 2008
            Cartoon image of mummy
            Colour 295mm x 420mm
            NFA Collection

178R30.54   Sheffield City centre Presents Fright Night
            Sunday 31st Oct, 2008
            Cartoon image of Dracula
            Colour 295mm x 420mm
            NFA Collection

178R30.55   Sheffield City centre Presents Fright Night
            Sunday 31st Oct, 2008
            Cartoon image of Frankenstein
            Colour 295mm x 420mm
            NFA Collection

178R30.56   Sheffield City centre Presents Fright Night
            Sunday 31st Oct, 2008
            Cartoon image of ghosts
            Colour 295mm x 420mm
            NFA Collection

178R30.57   Sheffield City centre Presents Fright Night
            Sunday 31st Oct, 2008
            Cartoon image of witches
            Colour 295mm x 420mm
            NFA Collection

178R30.58   Sheffield City centre Presents Fright Night
            Sunday 31st Oct, 2008
            Cartoon image of werewolf
            Colour 295mm x 420mm
            NFA Collection

178R30.59   Sheffield City centre Presents Fright Night
            Sunday 31st Oct, 2008
            Cartoon image of witch
            Colour 295mm x 420mm


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            NFA Collection

178R30.60   Visual Delights III
            University of Sheffield. 15th-17th July, 2005
            The Great Carmo Celebrates 100 years of magic
            Printed by traditional Letterpress by the Volunteers at the
            Bradford Industrial Museum.
            Illustration of Clown. With Purple Ribbon
            Gold and purple print on white. 320mm x 450mm
            NFA Collection

178R30.61   Visual Delights III
            University of Sheffield. 15th-17th July, 2005
            The Great Carmo Celebrates 100 years of magic
            Printed by traditional Letterpress by the Volunteers at the
            Bradford Industrial Museum.
            Illustration of Clown. With Purple Ribbon
            Duplicate of 178R30.60
            Gold and purple print on white. 320mm x 450mm
            NFA Collection

178R30.62   Visual Delights III IN BRADFORD EXHIBITION
            University of Sheffield. 15th-17th July, 2005
            The Great Carmo Celebrates 100 years of magic
            Printed by traditional Letterpress by the Volunteers at the
            Bradford Industrial Museum.
            Illustration of Clown. With Purple Ribbon
            Printed on silk, limited edition 9/40
            Gold and purple print on white. 320mm x 450mm
            NFA Collection

178R30.63   Japan in America. The Turn of the Twentieth Century
            Indiana University at Bloomington. April-Dec, 2006
            Representing Japan in America, 1890-1913
            Poster with illustrations and Photographs.
            445mm x 290mm
            NFA Collection

178R30.64   Rules to be Observed by the Hands Employed in this Mill.
            Water-Foot Mill, Near Haslingden, Sep, 1851
            Poster with reproduction of Mill Rules
            Original Printer: J. read, Printer and Bookbinder, Haslingden
            NFA Collection

178R30.65   Temperance Festival
            Copy of poster. June 1882
            No Location Given.


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             Illus. 420mm x 595mm
             NFA Collection

178R30.66    Circus Circus! An exhibition of circus memorabilia
             V&A Theatre Museum, London 15th Dec, 1988-2nd April 1989
             Catalogue sponsored by Gerry Cottle’s Circus
             Colour illus. 420mm x 590mm
             Donated by David Fitzroy

178R30.67    Holidays at Home
             The Local Council c1940s
             Part of poster. No Other information
             505mm x 150mm
             NFA Collection

178R30.68    Colour Painting of Horned Couple.
             No further Information
             320mm x 450mm
             NFA Collection

178R30.69    Top of the Bill Ephemera collections in the National Fairground
             Archive
             3 posters for exhibition. Sheffield, 6th Dec 2007-7th Feb 2008
             Image of girl on a swing-details from poster.
             240mm x 420mm
             NFA Collection

Posters in larger Cardboard Box

178R30.150   Evening Standard Newspaper
             Advertising Headline c2000
             ‘Protester’s Climb London’s Wheel-Dramatic Picture’
             450mm x 640mm
             Donated by David Fitzroy

178R30.151   Evening Standard Newspaper
             Advertising Headline c2000
             ‘Big Wheel Setback’
             450mm x 640mm
             Donated by David Fitzroy

178R30.152   Evening Standard Newspaper
             Advertising Headline c2000
             ‘View From the Wheel-First Picture’
             450mm x 640mm
             Donated by David Fitzroy



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178R30.153   Come and Buy Your Christmas Tree from Mannings
             Poster advertising Showman’s Christmas trade c200s
             Image of Christmas Tree
             Red and Green type. 450mm x 640mm
             NFA Collection

178R30.154   Pleasurelands. 200 Years of Fun At the Fair
             Poster for exhibition in Edinburgh. 16th Oct 2004-8th Jan 2005
             Colour and Black and White images from fairgrounds
             420mm x 590mm
             NFA Collection

178R30.155   Pleasurelands. 200 Years of Fun At the Fair
             Poster for exhibition in Edinburgh. 16th Oct 2004-8th Jan 2005
             Colour and Black and White images from fairgrounds
             Duplicate of 178R30.154
             420mm x 590mm
             NFA Collection

178R30.156   Moscow Olympic Games
             Moscow, 1980
             Illustration of Bear Mascot
             Printed: Litho Canada. Fones & Mann Inc. Montreal
             Colour. 400mm x 600mm
             NFA Collection

178R30.157   Scott May’s Daredevil Stunt Show Presents Firework and Stunt
             Spectacular
             Belle Vue, Manchester. 3rd Nov,
             Colour Photographs of stunts.
             450mm x 635mm
             NFA Collection

178R30.158   Through the Ages Carnival, 50th Year
             Barra Park, Hayes. 13th July, 2002
             Photographs of performers
             Colour. 490mm x 690mm
             NFA Collection

178R30.159   Doctor Doolittle
             Poster for musical, The Mayflower Theatre, Southampton. Tues
             11th July-Sat 19th Aug, 2000
             Starring Philip Schofield
             Colour Photo. 490mm x 695mm
             NFA Collection

178R30.160   Chemise’s Grosstes Anatomisches Museaum Und


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             Kunstausstellung
             Reproduction of Poster for Ambulatory Exhibitions of Anatomy
             c1880. Reproduction printed 1975
             Colour illus. 485mm x 680mm
             NFA Collection

178R30.161   Top of the Bill
             Exhibition poster for NFA. 6th Dec 2007-7th Feb, 2008
             Girl on swing colour illustration.
             445mm x 780mm
             NFA Collection

178R30.162   Top of the Bill
             Exhibition poster for NFA. 6th Dec 2007-7th Feb, 2008
             Girl on swing colour illustration.
             Duplicate of 178R30.160
             445mm x 780mm
             NFA Collection

178R30.163   Top of the Bill
             Exhibition poster for NFA. 6th Dec 2007-7th Feb, 2008
             Girl on swing colour illustration.
             Printed on card
             Duplicate of 178R30.160
             445mm x 780mm
             NFA Collection

178R30.164   A Grand Dance
             Poster left blank for overprinting c1930s
             Printed: Willson’s, Leicester
             Colour illus of couple dancing, 510mm x 760mm
             NFA Collection

178R30.165   Pierrot Dancers c1910s
             Coloured illustration of male and female pierrots in front of pier
             Printed: Stafford & Co.
             510mm x 765mm
             NFA Collection

178R30.166   Pierrot Dancers c1910s
             Coloured illustration of male and female pierrots in front of pier
             Printed: Stafford & Co.
             Duplicate of 178R30.165
             510mm x 765mm
             NFA Collection




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Testo Family 178R31

178R31.1   How are fleas trained to perform?
           Poster outlining how to train fleas.
           Typescript
           378mm x 504mm
           Donated by Francis Testo
           Testo Family Collection




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