- Date: 17 July 1944
- Ref: BHIPP: 2015.409
The front cover has a lion sitting on a Union Flag with a ‘V’ for Victory in front of it. The programme is white, blue and red throughout. The performances commenced on Monday 17 July 1944 for two weeks and started at 14:30 and 19:00. The programme cost 2d. There are adverts inside and on the back. The programme details ‘George Black says “If it’s Laughter You’re After”‘, a new fun and song show produced by Charles Henry with Wendy Toye Dances. The performers, musicians and acts are listed inside. The acts included Tommy Trinder and Jimmy Jewel & Ben Warriss.
- Category: Public Relations
- Copyright: Copyright Birmingham Hippodrome