Programmes of this type have the printer’s date at the bottom left of the third page. The date when this programme was presented to the public is not given. The pages illustrated are 1, 12 and a compilation of pages which together show the billing matter for all the acts.
Date and location of theatre unknown.
The bill includes Jasper Maskelyne. The programme has the bill spread over a number of pages, interspersed by advertisements. One of the images is a compilation which shows all the acts with their billing, as it is shown in the programme.
The printer’s date is 9 April 1928.
The printer’s date is 28 October 1929.
The printer’s date is 28 November 1932.
There is no date, but the bill implies Easter 1905 for a short time. This was the first magic show at St. George’s Hall after the failure of ‘The Coming Race’.
The bill includes Lewis Davenport. Programmes of this type have the printer’s date at the bottom right of the front page. Also given is the fact that 2000 were printed. The date when this programme was presented to the public is not given. The pages illustrated are 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 8.
Roy Lester and Claude Cingalee present “SHAKE IT FROM HERE”. The bill includes The Great Cingalee and Company.
The show was given at Sandringham House by the distinguished favour of His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales. As might be imagined, Maskelyne and Cooke gained excellent publicity from this show. Over the years they made good use of the title ‘Royal Illusionists and Antispiritualists’.