Newspaper cutting ‘Sooty’s sell-out’ with handwritten note ‘G [Gazette?] 1/2/84’. Photo of Charles Vance, Sooty and Connie Creighton in front of theatre, ‘Booking Office, House Full’
Newspaper cutting Entertainments Guide ‘Lovable puppet back on stage’, handwritten note ‘F/H 20/1/84’ [Folkestone Herald?]. Article about show with photo of Connie Creighton with Sooty, mentioning ‘The House that Sooty Built’. Also ad for Sooty with Soo and Sweep
Newspaper cutting, Entertainments Guide ‘Soaking for fans as Sooty lives on’, mentioning ‘The House that Sooty Built’. Includes photo of Connie Creighton, Sooty and ‘some of their young fans’. Handwritten note 27/1/84 F/H [Folkestone Herald]
Newspaper cutting, actually full page (page 16) of South Kent Gazetteer, 11 Jan 1984, Prof. Bullseye page, ‘Come and meet Sooty, and see the show free’, two similar drawings with spot the differences competition
Flyer for The House on the Cliff, The Arthur Brough Players, 4 Dec 1962-8 Dec 1962, 33rd Season of Repertory. Also mentions Master of None, week ending 1 Dec 1962 and The Fourposter, w/c 11 Dec 1962,
Small colour photograph of the cast of ‘The Hollow’ and ‘Rebecca’ in costume on the Folkestone Theatre Company float ‘Merely Players’ in the Folkestone Carnival
Small colour photograph of Michael Claughton as Poiret in ‘Alibi’ by Agatha Christie
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 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 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, The Grant Anderson Repertory Co. presents ‘Captain Drew on Leave’ a comedy in four acts by Hubert Henry Davies. Aged white background with black and red writing.
A4 poster listing plays ‘The Mating Game’, ‘Murder Mistaken’ and ‘A Bedfull Of Foreigners’. Reverse has adverts for local firms.
Poster advertising Ernest Crampton’s presentation of ‘Clowns & Curios’, a new version of the famous Curios under the direction of Doyle Crossley. Two performances per day starting Monday 27 August 1923 featuring Cedric Miller, Marjorie Vernon, Joy Lynn, Daisy Lovell, Yvone Dore, Stanley Richardson and Doyle Crossley with a ‘complete change of Programme Thursday’. Poster 370mmx160mm with red and black text on a white/cream
Poster advertising the performance ‘Compliments’. Charles Heslop’s and Ernest Crampton’s production is presented by Charles Heslop and Cecil Morley Limited under the personal direction of Leonard Henry. Two performances per day starting Monday 18 June 1923 for one week. The performance features Betty Bates, Mollie Aldridge, Beatrice O’Connor, Reginald Crowe, Harold Kimberley, Claude Russell and Leonard Henry. Poster 370mmx160mm with black text on a white/cream paper
Poster 370x160mm, red and blue printed on white paper advertising ‘Eliza Comes to Stay’ by HV Esmond with The Pioneer Players
A3 white card poster featuring four shows presented by Charles Vance: ‘On Approval’ by Frederick Lonsdale, J B Priestley’s ‘An Inspector Calls’, the comedy ‘A Bedfull of Foreigners’ by Dave Freeman and Agatha Christie’s ‘Alibi’. All shows were performed by Folkestone Theatre Company and were a Charles Vance production.
A3 white card poster with a design comprised of three sections, each featuring cartoon style illustrations in yellow, black and red colour scheme. Two comedy shows: ‘The Mating Game’ by Robin Hawdon and ‘A Bedfull of Foreigners’ by Dave Freeman and a murder mystery, ‘ Murder Mistaken’ by Janet Green. All shows were performed by Folkestone Theatre Company and were a Charles Vance production.
A3 poster featuring three shows presented by Charles Vance: the comedy ‘Happy Birthday’ by Marc Camoletti, ‘The House On The Cliff’ by George Batson and the farce ‘The Bed Before Yesterday’ by Ben Travers. All shows starred Zara Nutley, star of television’s ‘Mind Your Language’ with the Folkestone Theatre Company. White card poster with a design comprised of three sections, each featuring a cartoon style image in blue, red and black colour scheme.
Poster 370x160mm, red and blue printed on white paper for ‘French Leave’ presented by Arthur Brough and Ben Greet featuring The Pioneer Players
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