8 page booklet on quite thick glossy paper. Some photos in black and white, some in sepia. Page 2 gives a short resume of the theatre and is titles ’80 years old’. Page 3 is titled ‘ The Grand Opening’ and shows a photograph of the site of the pavilion. Page 4 describes the ‘Edwardian Splendour’ followed by ‘The first Half Century’ on page 5, which also shows a photograph of a the 1915 season. Page 6 gives a brief history of ‘The Broughs’, and page 7 an article written by Charles Vance. The last page has two adverts, one for Oclee – for fine Quality Jewellery, and another for Channel Woodcraft Ltd.
A5, 8pp, includes photos of stage from back of hall, head & shoulders of Charles Vance on pavement towards the theatre, view of Longford Terrace before Leas Pavilion was built, the interior as a Tea Room, a poster for The Gipsies and Their Jester – D’Arcy Clayton’s Costume Comedy Concert Company, the auditorium in 1982, a poster of concert parties booked for the season 1915, Arthur Brough and Elizabeth Addyman, the cast of 16 of ‘Arsenic and Old Lace’ in 1948 including Arthur Brough and Peter Walter, the cast of ‘Come Blow Your Horn’ including James Charles, Deborah Snook, Charles Vance, Michael Claughton & Juliette Kaplan. Includes paragraphs on the building’s 80 year history, the ‘Grand Opening’, Edwardian Splendour, ‘The first Half Century, ‘The Broughs’ and notes by Charles Vance on its future. Lists people associated with the theatre at the time. Back cover has advert for O’Clee, jewellers, with 1902 Photograph of Leonard O’Clee, son of the founder John O’Clee
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