Variety performance programme, Birmingham Hippodrome

  • Date: 02 May 1932
  • Ref: BHIPP: 2015.442

A programme for a ‘Variety Show’ commencing on Monday 02 May 1932 for one week. The show consisted of: Overture; Teddy Carlton; Syd Moorhouse; The Kirks; Jack Edge; ‘The Tyrolean Carnival’ – with the Ten Tyrolean Dancers direct from ‘The White Horse Inn’ and supported by the Vogel Yodelling Trio and Kate Telheim (Europe’s Champion Yodeller); Intermission; The Six Dancing Young Ladies; and Jack Hylton with His Boys. The inside contains advertisements for local businesses along with an advert for the London Palladium. The show was twice nightly at 18:40 and 20:50. The programme cost two pence.

  • Category: Public Relations
  • Copyright: Copyright Birmingham Hippodrome