Poster 370x160mm, black and white, informing that Leas Pavilion is closed and advertising that it is available for private hire.
Poster for Leas Pavilion Repertory Co. in ‘Her Husband’s Wife’ produced by Hal Osmond and Mr Grant Anderson and Co. in ‘Hay Fever’ by Noel Coward.
Poster 370x160mm Titled ‘Leas Pavilion is now Closed for RENOVATIONS’. Re-Opening Monday Feb 2nd 1925. The poster advertises ‘The Gamblers’ including Miss Agnes hirst and Miss Trilby Small. Poster is presented in a mix of alternating Blue and Red print.
Poster 370x160mm. ‘The Leas Pavillion is Now Closed for Renovations’. Aged white background with black type. Printed by Kentfield Taylor & Co, Printers Folkestone.
Poster 370x160mm. Whitsuntide. Sat May 22nd at 4 & 8 Last performance of Ronald Frankau’s ‘Cabaret Kittens ‘A’ Co.’ Whit Monday, May 24th and during the week Stanhope Productions Ltd offer ‘The Tweenies’. With cast list. Aged white background with red and blue type.
Poster 370x160mm. Ronald Frankau presents ‘ the Cabaret Kittens ‘A’ Company’ Commencing Monday, May 17th, 1926. With cast list. Aged white background with red and blue type.
Poster 370x160mm. ‘The Mad Mummers’ Commencing Monday, July 12th, 1926. With cast list. Aged white background with red and blue type.
Poster 370x160mm, Mr A.E Nickolds personally presents ‘6 OK Calling’. Aged white background with red and black writing, including cast listing. Small stain at the top of poster and wear along right edge.
Poster 370x160mm, Mr A.E Nickolds personally presents ‘6 OK Calling’. Aged white background with black and red writing, including cast listing. Stain at the top of poster and wear on all corners.
Described as ‘Artistry and Fun in a Broadcast Studio’ starring Miss Bobbie Burcott, Miss Winifred Jenman, Miss Eileen Winterton, Mr Claude Russell, Albert H Howe and A E Nickolds, who also the promotor. White background with mid blue and red lettering. Poster 370x160mm
Poster advertising a production of ‘A La Carte’ written and composed by Reeves Hansford, described as ‘A Pierrot Menu’ and a ‘Feast of Fun’ and featuring Sydney Glyn, Rupert Harvey, Ida Walton, Joan Gaylor, Doris Yorke, Reg Blackley and Reeves Hansford. Two performances per day for a week commencing Monday 24 Apr 1923. Poster 370x160mm with red and black text on a white/cream paper
Poster 370x160mm, Mr J Grant Anderson and the Leas Pavilion Repertory Co. in ‘A Pair of Silk Stockings’ a comedy in 3 acts by Cyril Harcourt. Aged white background with black and red writing. Slight wear along the top of the poster.
Poster advertising two productions. The first ‘Ann’ performed by the Leas Pavilion Repertory Company and produced by Hal Osmond. Two performances per day running Monday 19 November 1928 to Saturday, except Friday. On Friday 23 November two performances of ‘The Second Mrs Tanqueray’ featuring Miss Lane Anderson, Mr Grant Anderson and the Margate Repertory Company. Poster 370mmx160mm with red and black text on white/cream paper
Poster advertising a production of ‘Autumn Crocus’ by CL Anthony performed by the Arthur Brough Players starting Saturday 24 Mar 1934 and for the following week. The poster advertises the event as a ‘Re-Opening’. Poster 370x160mm with red text on a white/cream paper
Belinda’ a comedy performed by The Grant Anderson Repertory company also features an advertisement for the following weeks production ‘Bubbles’ featuring Will Seymour Poster 370x160mm
Poster 370x160mm, blue and red print on white advertising ‘Broadway Blues’ presented by Maxwell Holles and Hilda Graham.
Poster 370x160mm blue and red print on white background for ‘Will Seymour personally presents Bubbles’. Good condition.
Poster 370x160mm, blue and red print on white advertising ‘Bubbles’ of 1926, 2nd year, presented by Will Seymour with featured cast listed.
Poster 370x160mm, blue and red print on white advertising ‘Bubbles’ presented by Will Seymour for a second week with featured cast listed.
Poster 370x160mm, blue and red print on white advertising ‘Bubbles’ fifth tour, presented by Will Seymour, featured cast listed.
Bubbles’ a presentation featuring Will Seymour, Patrick Colbert, Peggy Northon, Gwen Adler, Wallace E Newcombe, Geraldine Wilton and Winifred Swinford. Poster 370x160mm
Poster 370x160mm. Red and blue lettering on white background. ‘Will Seymour personally presents Bubbles’.
Poster blue print on white for a ‘Burlesque Cabaret’, featuring autographed photographs of various artistes and their acts. This tongue-in-cheek production was put on by Matthew Rowe as part of the early Folkestone Book Festival and was held in the Leas Club.
Poster 370x160mm. Red and blue lettering on white background. Harry Ashton presents ‘Cabaret Concoctions, the entertainment tonic’ featuring named Artistes and The Syncopated Six jazz band.
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