This is the brochure for Dynamo’s touring show. This particular copy was purchased on 30 March 2016 when Dynamo was at The O2, London. It is a souvenir brochure rather than a programme for the show.
This glossy brochure includes some history, but little detail on the performance at the Mirage. It is meant to be a brochure rather than a programme.
Penn & Teller were at the Apollo Theatre, Hammersmith, London for five nights in 2010. This item, which is a souvenir brochure rather than a programme, was available there.
This is full of interesting information and photographs about Wayne Dobson’s career up to the early 1990s. It is a brochure rather than a programme.
This programme, in English, French and German, was used for David Copperfield’s European tour.
The layout of this programme is unusual. It lists sixty-six performers or acts, which is far too many to be the programme for the evening. This is more likely to be a list of performers who have entertained at one or more of the previous concerts. The programme also includes illustrations for around twenty acts, so perhaps the evening’s entertainment was made up by some or all of these. The names include Mr. Frederic Russell, Mr. James Stuart, Mr. David Devant and Mr. Sidney Gandy and Miss Inglefield. The list of acts to be found in the details for this item is based on all those acts illustrated in the programme.
The programme includes Mr. Frederic Russell with Ventriloquism, Mr. David Devant with Sleight of Hand, Mr. R.A. Roberts with a Selection and Mr. James Stuart with Seance Mystique. Good photographs of these performers are included.
The cover describes this as ‘Programme and Words of the sixteenth concert’. It is likely that the missing pages 3 to 6 contained the words. The programme includes David Devant, and Mr. R.A. Roberts, with chapography and facial caricatures, as well as ‘Society at Shrimpot Sands’. Some excellent images of Devant and Roberts appear on page 8.
The entertainment includes Mr. David Devant, Conjurer and Ventriloquist.
The programme includes David Devant with his “Delightful Delusions”. Three pages of the programme are illustrated. The back page is blank.