Variety performance programme’, Birmingham Hippodrome

  • Date: 06 August 1945
  • Ref: BHIPP: 2015.269

A tri-fold programme printed in red, blue and white throughout for a variety bill, performed twice nightly at 18:00 and 20:15 for one week commencing on Monday 06 August 1945. The programme consisted of: Overture, Dorothy Gray & Brother (America’s Aristocrats of the Air); Geoffrey Warner (‘Easy Come, Easy Go’); Nan Kenway & Douglas Young (‘Very Tasty – Very Sweet’); Jack Daly (‘Melody and Blarney’); Eve Drury (‘Design for Glamour’); Interval; The Raymond Girls; Geoffrey Warner; Tommy Burke & Co. (An Australian Novelty); Forsythe, Seamon & Farrell (A Ton of Fun) and Frank Boston (The Juggling Humourist). programme cost 2d. The front cover features the ‘V’ for Victory for Victory in front of a lion who is sitting on top of a Union Jack.

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