Only just over 3 weeks to go before the British Music Hall Society’s big summer event in Eastbourne. If you haven’t got your tickets – book now as there are only a few seats left and you wouldn’t want to miss all the fun, would you?
Here are just a few comments from members of the audience who attended Day By The Sea in 2015 and 2016:
It was a fantastic day. Couldn’t have been bettered. I haven’t sung so much for ages. I’m still a bit hoarse!”
“Thank you to so many talented people who kept us entertained all day and to all the organisers who made it such a memorable and enjoyable time.”
“What a fantastic event!”
“Many thanks for another brilliant Day By The Sea.”
“The question on everyone’s lips is …will there be another Day By The Sea next year? I for one bloomin’ well hope so!”
Wilton’s Music Hall has just launched their digital archive, in partnership with Google Arts and Culture. To find out more, please click below:
Friends of Nunhead Cemetery will be organising another Music Hall tour on Sunday August 13th at 2.15pm. The tour last two hours and is free to join although donations to the Friends of Nunhead Cemetery are always appreciated. Meet at the Cemetery, Linden Grove, London SE15 3LP. Further information can be found at the website: http://www.fonc.org.uk/
Singer Tino Valdi’s story was told in the Spring 2016 issue of The Call Boy. Tino appeared at the Royal Festival Hall, the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane and the Royal Albert Hall. He toured for 36 weeks with Bruce Forsyth in variety and was one of the singers (Kathy Kirby was another member of the team) to represent the UK in the 1961 Song Festival in Belgium. Eugene Nykolyszyn will be telling Tino’s story at the Ukrainian Cathedral hall on Sunday 25th June at 3pm.
Originally screened in January 1979, the edition of The Good Old Days to be repeated on BBC4 on Friday 19th May at 8pm will star Norman Vaughan, Vernon & Maryetta Midgeley, Pat Mooney, Keith Harris, Benny Garcia, Rose Michelle Tchenguiz and Members of the Players’ Theatre Company. Leonard Sachs is in the Chair.
BBC4 will screen a repeat of The Good Old Days from 1979 on Friday 12th May at 8pm. Frankie Vaughan tops a bill that also includes Barbara Law, Lennie Bennett & Jerry Stevens, Ray C. Davis &Tudor Davies, Les Thuranos and Members of the Players’ Theatre Company. Leonard Sachs is in the Chair.
Our President Roy Hudd, together with wife Debbie, have been added to the line up for Day By The Sea at the Royal Hippodrome Theatre, Eastbourne on Saturday 3rd June.
A full day’s entertainment for just £28! Tickets are going fast so don’t delay – book today!
Please click below for the Royal Hippodrome’s website: