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Collection Description

Collection Title
British Miscellaneous Theatre Programmes (1886-1977)
Unique Identifier
British Misc Theatre Programmes
Description
3 boxes of programmes from miscellaneous British theatres including from 1886 to 1977.

[date unknown]: Solomon pianoforte recital. Analytical notes.
9/3/[year unknown]: Town Hall, Cheltenham: Cyril Smith with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra.
12/9/47: Shire Hall: Gloucester Music Meeting; part of the Three Choirs Festival 1715-1947. Wordbook.
4/3/48: St. Mary de Crypt Church Southgate: Pamela Harvey, Donald Hunt and the Gloucester Adult Institute Ladies Choir.
25/3/48: Glouester Cathedral: Gloucester Choral Society and the Gloucestershire Orchestral Society; part of the Gloucester Cathedral Recitals.
26/2/48: Gloucester Cathedral: G.D. Cunningham and the Gloucester Madrigal Singers; part of the Gloucester Cathedral Recitals.
24/9/47: Guildhall: Michal Hambourg. Autographed.
21/1/48: [Gloucester]: Denis Matthews presented by the Gloucester Chamber Music Society.
29/10/47: Guildhall: Joan Fullerton, Alan Loveday and Herbert Sumsion.
18/2/48: [Gloucester]: Heddle Nash, Eileen Croxford and Herbert Sumsion presented by the Gloucester Chamber Music Society. Autographed.
[25/9/47]: London : Myra Hess. Contains programme notes.
17/3/11 [plus duplicate]: Queen's Hall, London: Irish Musical Festival. Draft programme.
17/3/25: Queen's Hall, London: Irish Musical Festival. Draft programme.
1/08: Royal Horticultural Hall, London: Programme of concerts and plays presented by the Gaelic League Of London.
17/3/29: Queen's Hall, London: Cuirm Cheoil Gaedhealach.
3/5/77: Royal Opera House Covent Garden; 408th performance of Faust.
10/11/76-5/12/76: Tour: James Galway and the Zagreb Soloists.
3/7/[86?] [plus duplicate]: North Parade: Curtis D'Alton and William Lloyd.
6/7/86: llandudno Pier Pavilion: directed by J.P. Hatton.
8/7/[86?:]: Mostyn Crescent: Curtis D'Alton and William Lloyd.
16/7/86: Llandudno Pier Pavilion: directed by J.P. Hatton.
7/7/[86?]: Gloddaeth Crescent: Curtis D'Alton and William Lloyd.
1/7/[86]: Mostyn Crescent: Curtis D'Alton and William Lloyd.
12/7/[86?]: Glanymor Terrace: Curtis D'Alton and William Lloyd.
10/7/[86]: North Parade: Curtis D'Alton and William Lloyd.
5/7/[86]: Glanymor Terrace: Curtis D'Alton and William Lloyd.
16/7/[86]: Neville Crescent: Curtis D'Alton and William Lloyd.
17/7/86: Llandudno Pier Pavilion: directed by J.P. Hatton.
9/7/[86]: Neville Crescent: Curtis D'Alton and William Lloyd.

Collection includes ballet programmes; mixed dramatic and music recital programmes.
Format
Date range of collection
1886 - 1977
Accumulation Dates
-
Suggested Audience
Not Specific
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Location Details

National Library of Ireland: Department of Ephemera
Kildare Street Dublin 2 Ireland
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Associated Collection(s)
Cardif University (Prifysgol Caerdydd)Royal College of Music LondonMuseums, Libraries and Archives Council