- Date: 23 May 1960
- Ref: BHIPP: 2015.188
A black, red and white printed programme with a cover in pink, black and white for Bernard Delfont presents Bruce Forsyth in ‘Showtime’. The front cover consists of black and pink sections. The pink sections contain white cartoons of various theatre related obejects and the black sections contain numerous small, pink stars. A small, black and white photograph of the shows star Bruce Forsyth, is in the centre of the cover. The show consisted of: Showtime; You’ve Gotta Have Pace; Here He Is!; Eliane & Rodolph; The Medical; Pinky & Perky; Crafty; Intermission; On With the Show; Cafe Expresso; Introductions; Hello Ragtime!; Hilarious Discords; Mister & Mrs. Music; Mr. Drip Dry; and Showtime. The programme features the Bruce Forsyth story and forthcoming adverts for ‘No, No Nanette’ and Liberace in ‘The Music Box Show’. programme cost one shilling. The show ran for one week from Monday 23 May 1960.
- Category: Public Relations
- Copyright: Copyright Birmingham Hippodrome