Programme. Folkestone Theatre Company. Leas Pavillion Theatre. ‘What a Racket’ by Dennis Spencer. A5 16 pp 2 staples. Programme monochrome with orange coloured covers. Printed on glossy paper. Summer Repertoire
Programme 188-124mm 12 pp single staple with white writing on dark red semi gloss paper for Howard Theatre Productions of ‘Who Killed Santa Claus?’ a comedy thriller by Terence Feely. Cost 10p. Programme has a line across the middle where it has been folded in half and small rip at the bottom of the spine. There are the remains of a sticker on the back page.
Programme A5 12pp 2 staples glossy blue cover with ‘Leas Pavilion Theatre Folkestone’ on front and advertising on rear and interior cover for ‘Who Saw Him Die?’ by Tudor Gates and advertising forthcoming productions.
188mm x 250mm, 8pp, cover has Photograph of interior looking towards back of hall, cast list, many local adverts including one for London Academy of Music which mentions their local representatives – The Arthur Brough School of Dramatic Art, The Folkestone Club, Grace Hill, Folkestone
171mm x 203mm, 12pp, cover has Photograph of 7 people titled Ronald Frankau Productions Ltd. Inside: Photograph of Ronald Frankau, the ‘creator of the Cabaret Kittens’ with some character notes. Photograph of the interior of the Leas Pavilion ‘where the ‘Cabaret Kittens’ were born : February 26 1923′, includes notes on cast and Photograph of Vera Clarke, one of the cast
Cover includes Photograph of Arthur Brough and Elizabeth Addyman
4 Page slim brochure of forth coming attractions at the Leas Pavilion. Orange text and off white paper. Inside advertises the repertory season for 1973 from Thursday September 20th to the w/b Thursday the 25th October. The back back contains information about booking tickets and the theatre itself. Printed by F.J.Parsons Ltd.
Programme for the Charles Vance production of ‘The Golden Age of Musical’. A5 with 16 off white pages with black lettering. The front is red with white and black writing. The performers for this variety evening are listed in the centre pages. There are six full pages of advertising.
The Season finishes with Agatha Christie’s ‘The Unexpected Guest’
Folkestone Playhouse at the Leas Pavilion Theatre Charles Vance presents 1983 repertory season programme. A5 14pp 2 staples blue cover with white writing and picture of theatre on glossy paper. Black and white interior. A programme for ‘Who’s Who?’ by Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall. Autographed by cast to Kerry (Kerry Waymark who worked front of house). Accompanying newspaper cutting
Poster 370x160mm. Headed LEAS PAVILION and printed in red and black. Mr Ronald Frankau Presents the Famous ‘Cabaret Kittens’ In Two Grand New Programmes. Artistes – Vera Clarke, Emilie Benfield, Esme Francis, John Berryman, Cecil Warwick, Leo Conriche and Ronald Frankau. Tea Matinees at 4 o’clock.
Poster 370x160mm Headed LEAS PAVILION and printed in red and black. On a light background for Mr J Grant Anderson and the Leas Repertory Company’s production of ‘Caste’ by T W Robertson. Includes the legend ‘Teas served during all matinees’
Poster 370x160mm. Headed LEAS PAVILION and printed in red and black on a light background. Captain Evans Davey presents the famous ‘Merrymakers’ one of the Strongest and Most Versatile Shows Touring. Lyrics and Music by Harry Tilsley. Cast – Phyl Fraser, Lucille Leslie, Maude Teller, George Norman, Ada Teller, Andrew Waterman, Harry Tilsley and the ‘Merrymakers Jazz Band. Tea Matinees at 4 o’clock.
Poster 370x160mm. Headed LEAS PAVILION and printed in red and black on a light background. ‘Mr Ronald Frankau Presents the ‘Wandering Minstrels’ – the only show of the type in England. Artistes – Madge Hayden, Trilby Small, John Berryman, H E Brougham, Seth Hughes, Conrad Leonard, Ivan Grey (printing faint). Tea Matinees at 4 o’clock.
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