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Singing

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 394 Collections and/or Records:

Morecambe Tower Theatre, Ballroom and Gardens Poster, 6 July 1914

 Item
Reference code: 178R36.17
Scope and Contents Grand Burnely Holiday Programme, Little Nap, 'The Wonderful Chimpanzee', Bros. Costello, acrobatic comedians, Rowland, the brainstorm juggler assisted by Kitty Grenelle, Sunday 12th July His Majesty’s 2nd Battalion Seaforth, Highlanders Band, Fredrica’s Wonderful Terriers, Jeane Le Roy, comedienne and singer, Ben Jackson, banjo comic act, Animated pictures on the Casinograph, Lewis T. Dalrymple’s Co. The 6 Sailors, 6 Girls, vocal and dancing miniature revue, Rob, Ivy, Lyn in 'The Garden of...
Dates: 6 July 1914

Morecambe Tower Theatre, Ballroom and Gardens Programme, 6 July 1914

 Item
Reference code: 178K40.1
Scope and Contents Grand Burnley Holiday Programme, Little Nap, 'The Wonder Chimpanzee', Bros. Costello, acrobatic comedians, Rowland the brainstorm juggler assisted by Kitty Grenelle, Dancing twice daily, music by the Scarlet Casino Orchestra, M.C. Mr A.H. Brown, His Majesty’s 2nd Battalion, Seaforth Highlanders Band, Fredrica’s Wonderful Terriers Jeane Le Roy, comedienne and singer, Ben Jackson, comedian and banjoist Animated pictures on the casinograph, Lewis T. Dalryple’s Co. The 6 Sailor Girls, Rob,...
Dates: 6 July 1914

Mother Goose Poster, Week commencing 27 December 1954

 Item
Reference code: 178R11.331
Scope and Contents

Stockton Hippodrome. 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. Red and blue.

Dates: Week commencing 27 December 1954

Mr Braham’s Night Handbill, 18 May 1826

 Item — Box John Barmwell Taylor Box 3: Series 178T1
Reference code: 178T1.327
Scope and Contents

Opera ‘The Slave’ at Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Also ‘Apollo’s Festival’ and others

Dates: 18 May 1826

New Corn Exchange Poster, Monday 31 March 1890

 Item
Reference code: 178R53.22
Scope and Contents Rochester. Mr Joseph Poole's Myriorama, Picturesque Trips Abroad to All Parts of the Globe, The Nile Expedition, Staley in Africa, The Falls of Niagara, The Goodwin Sands, London by Day and Night, The Queen's Visit to Westminster Abbey, Ireland, Lakes of Killarney, Scenes of Liverpool, Poole's Acme Combination Company, Alvantee, Mr Harry Stewart, Professor le Ray, Miss Jessie Arnelli, Le Petite Madlle. De Lisle, Mr R.H.A. Williams, Mr Bob Desmond, Mr C.W. Wilmott. Blue type on white...
Dates: Monday 31 March 1890

New Hall Poster, 27 July and during the week c1930 - 1939

 Item
Reference code: 178R38.10
Scope and Contents

Bargoed. The Three Royces equilibrists, Willis & James in vocal and comedy tit-bits, Arthur Baynes vocal and patter comedian, Tambo & Tambo juggling clowns, Handby Celeine Trio comedy and skating act, The Wadeleys entertainers, Musical Dawson, The Canary choir animal act. Red and blue type on cream background with red, blue and cream border in geometrical pattern. Printed by Wilsons Printers, Leicester.

Dates: 27 July and during the week c1930 - 1939

North Pier New Pavilion Poster, Commencing 18 May 1945

 Item
Reference code: 178R27.117
Scope and Contents

Blackpool. 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 on white background.

Dates: Commencing 18 May 1945

North Pier New Pavilion Poster, Commencing 18 May 1945

 Item
Reference code: 178R27.118
Scope and Contents

Blackpool. 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 on white background.

Dates: Commencing 18 May 1945

North Pier New Pavilion Poster, Commencing Friday 14 May 1948

 Item
Reference code: 178R27.119
Scope and Contents

Blackpool. 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. Red and blue type on white background. Printed by Stafford & Co., ltd., Printers, Netherfield, Nottm.

Dates: Commencing Friday 14 May 1948

North Pier New Pavilion Poster, Commencing Friday 14 May 1948

 Item
Reference code: 178R27.120
Scope and Contents

Blackpool. 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. Red and blue type on white background. Printed by Stafford & Co., ltd., Printers, Netherfield, Nottm.

Dates: Commencing Friday 14 May 1948

North Pier New Pavilion Programme, 1965

 Item
Reference code: 178K27.82
Scope and Contents

Blackpool. Tommy Trinder, Edmund Hockridge, Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas, The 3 Monarchs with Cedric, Tony Holland the musical muscle man, Rosemary Carroll songstress. Contains photographs of the acts and handwritten notes. Printed by Hastings Printing Company, Portland Place, Hastings, 8p.p.

Dates: 1965

North Pier New Pavilion Programme, Summer season 1949

 Item
Reference code: 178K27.67
Scope and Contents

Blackpool. Lawrence Wright’s On With The Show Silver Jubilee, Albert Modley comedian, Betty Jumel comedienne, Sylvia Robin soprano, Tudor Evans baritone, Peter and Sam Sherry, The Melomaniacs, Buster Shaver and his Wonder Lilliputians, The Three Falcons adagio dancing, Jimmy Campbell and his orchestra, Miss Ada Alsop, The John Tiller Girls. Contains insert for ticket orders and photographs of the acts. Printed by Gazette & Herald, Blackpool, 4p.p.

Dates: Summer season 1949

North Pier New Pavilion Programme, Summer season 1950

 Item
Reference code: 178K27.68
Scope and Contents

Blackpool. Souvenir of Lawrence Wright’s On With The Show, Albert Modley comedian, Tano Ferendinos tenor, Maureen Rose soprano, Betty Jumel comedienne, The Melomaniacs, Buster Shaver and his tiny stars Olive, George and Richard, Diana Stuart dancer, The Falcons adagio dancers, Jimmy Campbell and his orchestra, The John Tiller Girls. Contains photographs of the acts. 8p.p.

Dates: Summer season 1950

North Pier New Pavilion Programme, 1951 Festival Season

 Item
Reference code: 178K27.69
Scope and Contents

Blackpool. Lawrence Wright’s On With The Show, Diana Rhodes, Dale Rogers dancer, Donna Mareska ballet, Keith Kennedy tenor, The 12 Humming Birds, The Five Skyliners, Maureen Rose, Ben Wrigley, Maureen Rose soprano, Le Trio Carletti dancers, John and Rene Arnaut, Dick Thorpe, Joy Dexter, The John Tiller Girls. Contains photographs of the acts. Printed by Gazette & Herald, Blackpool, 4p.p.

Dates: 1951 Festival Season

North Pier New Pavilion Programme, 1952

 Item
Reference code: 178K27.72
Scope and Contents

Blackpool. Sylvia Gaye soprano, Chas Warren & Jean comedy, Bob and Alf Pearson, Ernest Arnley comedian, Gloria Day singer and comedienne, Henry Lytton comedian, Tudor Evans baritone, Maureen Sims dancer, Larry Macklin, Reco & May high wire act, Cox Twins comedy, dancing, Miles Twins dance, Nemecs and Violet, The John Tiller Girls. Contains photographs of the acts. Printed by Gazette & Herald, Blackpool, 4p.p.

Dates: 1952

North Pier New Pavilion Programme, 1953

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Reference code: 178K27.74
Scope and Contents

Blackpool. The Beverley Sisters, Phillip Kelly tenor, Jack Storey, Jack Desmonde, Virginia Vernon dancer, The Merritones vocal act, Larry Macklin, The Three Monarchs harmonica players, Diana Dove actress and singer, Dehl Trio Spider and the Fly Ballet, Freddie Harrison piano and acrobatics, The John Tiller Girls, Dancer not on Sunday-no dancing allowed. Contains photographs of the acts. Printed by Gazette & Herald, Blackpool, 8p.p.

Dates: 1953

North Pier New Pavilion Programme, 1956

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Reference code: 178K27.75
Scope and Contents

Blackpool. Frankie Vaughan singer, Bert Waller pianist, Wendy Brandon ballerina, Syd & Max Harrison comedians, The Dehl Trio adagio act, Ted Lune comedian, Tony Edwards, Valerie Joy, Valerie Gray & Arthur Downes vocalists, The Southlanders Jamaican harmony team, Sydney Walmsley trumpeter, Larry Macklin. Contains photographs of the acts. Printed: Gazette & Herald, Blackpool, 8p.p.

Dates: 1956

Oversize Variety and Music Hall Posters Printed by Taylor's of Wombwell, 1969 - 1979

 Sub-Series
Reference code: 178R11.600-613
Scope and Contents

Variety and Music Hall poster printed by Taylor's of Wombwell.

Dates: 1969 - 1979

Palace Theatre Attercliffe Poster, Week commencing 16 August c1930 - 1939

 Item
Reference code: 178R38.9
Scope and Contents

Frank H. Fortescue’s The Housing Scream with Wal Butler comedian, The Margo Ladies troupe of dancers, Handby Celeine Trio skating act, Three Sports, Reg Adair B.B.C. baritone, Rita Pace soprano, the Palace Orchestra under the direction of Mr Joseph Goodair, The Famous Jerry Builders, Nita Dene & Charlie O’Brien, entertainers. Red and blue type on white and yellow background with red borders around each act. Printed by George Allen theatrical printer, Brimington, Chesterfield.

Dates: Week commencing 16 August c1930 - 1939

Pantomime Posters Printed by Taylor's of Wombwell, Week commencing 17 January 1955

 Sub-Series
Reference code: 178R11.300-342
Scope and Contents

Pantomime posters printed by Taylor's of Wombwell.

Dates: Week commencing 17 January 1955