Concert Flyers

A typical advert / flyer of the pre-war era for a charity event at the Picture Playhouse.

flyer advertisement for a Sunday Concert at the Playhouse Theatre from the 1930s
The last event of the week, in aid of The Hospital funds.
A wonderful Sunday Night Concert
(Sunday July 11th 1937)
At The Beverley Picture Playhouse at 8:00 pm.
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ELMA CRAFT AND HER ACCORDION FOLLIES
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ROLAND FORD (BBC Artist)
and his Electric Hawaiian Guitar,
with Harold Dawson at the Piano
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THE VAGABONDS CONCERT PARTY
Connie Todd, contralto
Bert Topping, at the piano
Joe Newbould, tenor
Robert Wise, bass baritone
Sylvia, the sophisticated songstress
Doris Allan, monologues etc
Bernard Carten, humourist and compare.
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PRICES
Reserved Seats, 2 shillings      Unreserved, 6 pence and 1 shilling

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If confused (younger than 50?) by Prices being in shillings, 2/-, 6d etc. try Here for an explanation

Information about the Playhouse and it’s role in Entertaining the people of Beverley and how it supported local community causes, was supplied by the late Peter Robinson (member No4 of this website) from his book “The Home Of Beautiful Pictures”

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