BMHS’s In The Limelight meeting in March will take place on Thursday 15th March at the CAA (Club For Acts and Actors) 20, Bedford Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 9HP at 7.45pm
An Evening With Sheila Steafel
(Dean Caston in conversation with Sheila Steafel
about her career in show business)
Donations towards the expenses of meetings are greatly appreciated.
Tuesday 6th March
BMHS’s March show at the CAA (Club For Acts and Actors), 20, Bedford Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 9HP will be:
Now Here’s A Funny Story!
A Short History of The British Music Hall told in classic songs and rare tales!
As performed by Mr Tommy Parsons and Miss Airlie Scott.
Directed by Miss Jan Hunt.
(Presented by Topscore Arts)
Curtain up 7.30pm. Doors open 7pm.
Admission by programme donation at door.
BMHS AGM 2018
Lancaster Hall Hotel
35, Craven Terrace, Bayswater, London, WC2 3EL
at 2.30pm on Sunday 4th March 2018
Following the meeting
The Music Hall Choir
Tea/coffee and biscuits (£1.00) will be available after the meeting.
Our President Roy Hudd is appearing in BBC Radio 4’s dramatisation of J.B.Priestley’s novel The Good Companions on Saturday 24th February from 2.30pm – 4pm. The much loved story of the adventures of a 1920s concert party also stars Fenella Woolgar, Ralph Ineson and Oliver Gomm.
The Max Miller Appreciation Society will be holding their February meeting at the Queen’s Hotel (lower ground floor), 1-3, King’s Road, Brighton, BN1 1NS on Thursday 22nd February at 7pm when Wilf Lower will give a talk on Behind The Screens Of Television’s Golden Years. Admission is £4.
BMHS’s February In The Limelight meeting will feature Anne Goulden talking about the life and career of music hall performer George Mozart.
In The Limelight meetings take place at 7.45pm at the Club For Acts and Actors, 20, Bedford Street, London, WC2E 9HP. All welcome. Voluntary donations towards the expenses of meetings are greatly appreciated.
BBC4 will be screening another edition of The Good Old Days on Friday 9th February at 8.10pm. Originally shown on 16th July 1981 the show will star Roy Castle, Clive Dunn, Anna Dawson, Vernon & Maryetta Midgeley, Dudley Stevens, The Cambridge Buskers and Members of the Players’ Theatre Company with Leonard Sachs in the Chair.