In the collection there are two programmes for this season with different magicians on the bill. (The other programme is Ref. no. N2365.) Each programme has Jasper Maskelyne as the star.
In the collection there are two programmes for this season with different magicians on the bill. (The other programme is Ref. no. N2366.) Each programme has Jasper Maskelyne as the star.
Anne Goulden describes how Clive Maskelyne’s Speed Show touring company was reviewed by the press in Leamington Spa. These were not easy times for Clive.
Anne Goulden gave this talk at the IBM British Ring Convention, Bournemouth on 25 September 2014.
While Wyn toured with her parents in the 1920s, she collected autographs from many magicians and variety acts. Anne Goulden brings these characters to life in a well illustrated talk.
No date, but the bill includes Jasper Maskelyne who is said to be ‘Direct from the Duke of York’s Theatre, London. Farewell visit prior to South African Tour.’ This will make it a week in 1950.
The printer’s date is 9 April 1928.
The printer’s date is 28 October 1929.
The printer’s date is 28 November 1932.
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.
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.