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Manxland showbusiness battle over

Manxland showbusiness battle over

bar the writs /^ROCKFORDS, the London gaming organisation, have won their battle to control commercial entertainment on the Isle of Man. VI. A. _ _? I I ine ail out struggle 10 acquire a major snare-noiaing in the Palace and Derby Castle Company came to a successful conclusion a
17 December 1964 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Bat-man musical

Bat-man musical

"NEAREST DRACULA", claimed as the first horror musical to have been written by intent rather than miscalculation, has been optioned by the American producer playwright. Jay Landesman. Based on Bram Stoker's vam pire classic "Dracula". the show has a book by Margaret Hill, Charlo
17 December 1964 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Festival Calls Commonwealth Dramatists

Festival Calls Commonwealth Dramatists

IAN HUNTER, Director-General of the Commonwealth Arts Festival, has formed a special committee to deal with the participation of Drama in the Festival, which will take place between September 16 and October 2... next year. Hugh Beaumom. H. M. Ten- net Ltd: George Devine. English
17 December 1964 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
BERNARD DELFONT ORGANISATION LONDON: HIPPODROME -TALK OF THE TOWN" Bernard Delfont presents Robert Nes- bitt's new "Ten O'Clock Revue" "ROMAN

BERNARD DELFONT ORGANISATION LONDON: HIPPODROME -TALK OF THE TOWN" Bernard Delfont presents Robert Nes- bitt's new "Ten O'Clock Revue" "ROMAN

HOLIDAY" with Lynda Baron, Enrico Giacomini, Michael Desmond, Joyce Mandre, "Boys And Girls About Town" Sydney Simone s Orchestra, Frank Deniz Latin-Ameri can Music, ft Co. At 11.30 p.m. DICKIE HENDERSON LONDON. PRINCE OF WALES THEATRE Evenings at 8 p.m. Wed. and Sat. 6 p.m. and
17 December 1964 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
EMILE FORD WILL THE AtOVE ARTIST O* ANYONE KNOWING HIS WHEREABOUTS PLEASE CON TACT DON ELLIS. J* GT. CHARLOTTE STREET.

EMILE FORD WILL THE AtOVE ARTIST O* ANYONE KNOWING HIS WHEREABOUTS PLEASE CON TACT DON ELLIS. J* GT. CHARLOTTE STREET.

LIVER POOL. 1. Ph. Royal 4110/ Anfl.W 3217. SHEK (EN A L I Biggest Laughter Maker 7 r w\ 'rn Mafic. Dec. 14: r,vo,i' Ab*rd" 21: itJmr. Torquay. 14 Bancroft V6 V, Crt., Lansdowne Grn., S.W.S. MAC B221. The International Entertainer ic MARK RAFFLES A- Doves PICKPOCKET Chicks Sole
17 December 1964 - The Stage - London, London, England
 

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NOT-SO-SIMPLE SIMON

NOT-SO-SIMPLE SIMON

/\PI N ING on Christmas Eve at the Granada Theatre in Brixton is "Puss in Boots" which stars Richard "Mr. Pastry" Hearne as the king, and tiny Davy Kaye as Simple Simon." Proceeds from the show arc to go to "Mr. Pastry's" swimming pool at Queen Mary's Hospital, Carshalton. Davy
17 December 1964 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
MILLS GETS 'WITH IT'

MILLS GETS 'WITH IT'

AT a time when the circus is losing some of its attraction to the less traditional forms of entertainment, the famous Bertram Mills Circus is making a novel innovation for its Christmas Circus at London's Olympia this year. They are presenting a beat group the Baron Knights as o
17 December 1964 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Black's Bournemouth Trio

Black's Bournemouth Trio

pOR their second summer season at Bournemouth, George Alfred Black Ltd., have lined up throe all-star shows at the Pavilion, Winter Gardens and Pier Theatre, for the summer of 1965. i Arthur Haynes stars in "The Big Show" at the Pavilion which opens oo Thursday. June 17. Yana, T
17 December 1964 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
VAUDEVILLE GOLFING SOCIETY Captain: MR. IOHNNIE RISCOE All corns, to: Alex Rose, 9 St. Saviours Rd. S.W.2. TUL 7427 KING'S

VAUDEVILLE GOLFING SOCIETY Captain: MR. IOHNNIE RISCOE All corns, to: Alex Rose, 9 St. Saviours Rd. S.W.2. TUL 7427 KING'S

AGENCY (Variety) LTD. CABARET BAND ATTRACTIONS 7, DENMARK ST.. LONDON, W.CJ TEMpfe Mr >JM/4, *311/1 CLASSIC CINEMAS LATE NIGHT FILMS (Snti may be booked) BAKE* ST.. Fri. II D. 11.45 p.m. Fellini't LA STRADA CROYDON. Sm. t 0*c 10.45 The Naked and the Dead a.
17 December 1964 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
SPACE BOOKINGS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR THE NEW YEAR AND CHRISTMAS SHOWS NUMBER which will be published on JANUARY

SPACE BOOKINGS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR THE NEW YEAR AND CHRISTMAS SHOWS NUMBER which will be published on JANUARY

7th and should be addressed: The Advertising Manager THE STAGE 19-21 Tavistock Street, W.C.2 or phone: TEM 5213 lAltlSIYanil A H I It I I ARTISTS ft It IIS 3 lin minimum: 4. 4d. p.r nt.rtion. Each xr IIim: la. 34. pr inicrtion. £2.12.6 pr quarter. Each txtra lm I S*. o.r auirt.r
17 December 1964 - The Stage - London, London, England