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Flyer for the Palace Theatre, Huddersfield, week commencing 12 June 1950. The following acts are named: George Eldrick - "The Smiling Voice of Radio" Roy Lester - "The Tall Tale Teller" / "Hi-Ya Pals" Denise Sisters - "Sophisticated Dancers" Eve…

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Flyer for the Palace Theatre, Huddersfield, week commencing 10 December 1945. The following acts are named: Issy Bonn - "Your Favourite Radio Commedian" Vic Ray & Lucille - "Designed for Dancing" Moran & Elot - "Comedy Dancing…

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Flyer for the Palace Theatre, Huddersfield, week commencing 20 March 1944. The following acts are named: Peter Cavanagh - "Famous Broadcasting Personality" / "Radio's Voice of Them All" Dorothy and David Lupino - "The Young Comedy Team of the World's…

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Flyer for the Palace Theatre, Huddersfield, week commencing 24 May 1948. The following acts are named: Harry Roy and His Band - "Britain's Brightest Broadcasting Band" / "Come and Lead the Band" Brooklyn Three - "The Novelty Dancers" Billy and Irene…

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Flyer for the Palace Theatre, Huddersfield, week commencing 5 May 1947. The following acts are named: Rocky Mountain Rhythm - featuring Big Bill Campbell and his B.B.C. Cowboys & Cowgirls, Jack Curtis, Hobo Jack Mitchell, Bunkhouse Boys, Canadian…

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Flyer for the Palace Theatre, Huddersfield, week commencing 25 January 1943. The following acts are named: Two-Ton Tessie O'Shea - Radio's Brighest Comedienne in "Make It a Day" Medlock and Marlowe - "Dancers - And How!" Jock McKay - "A Scot Let…

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Flyer for the Palace Theatre, Huddersfield, week commencing 22 September 1947. The following acts are named: Max & Hardy Nesbitt - "The Popular Radio Entertainers and Song Writers" Renara - "The Popular B.B.C. Pianiste" Dickee Dee - "The…

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Undated bill poster for the Palace Theatre, Huddersfield. Likely 1933, 1939 or 1944. The acts named are: Geddes Brothers ("The Musical Scots") The Act Superb ("Arabian Ponies & English Setters") Al Preston ("Ace Impressionist") Paul & Jane…

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Programme for the week commencing 17 July 1950 at the Palace Theatre, Huddersfield.

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Front cover of a programme for the Palace Theatre, Huddersfield.

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Programme for the week commencing 31 July 1950 at the Palace Theatre, Huddersfield, featuring K.K. Productions' presentation of "C'est Si Bon".
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