THE DAVID WEBB VIRTUAL ARCHIVE & FAN SITE -

Index Of Scanned Theatre Programmes, Etc

Programmes etc suffixed * WEST were collected from the following on said dates:

Beckenham Library: August 30, 2017; December 13, 2017.
Brighton: August 2, 2017; August 2, 2018.
Camden Library: September 28, 2013 (on my way home from the first football match I have ever attended!); October 24, 2013; November 21, 2013; January 13, 2014; March 28, 2014.
Catford Library: September 12, 2013; November 21, 2013; February 5, 2014; May 1, 2014; May 16, 2014.
Croydon Central Reference Library: October 24, 2013; September 15, 2015.
Croydon, Fairfield Halls: October 24, 2013.
Forest Hill Library: February 17, 2015; November 12, 2015; November 26, 2015; December 15, 2015.
Internet caff at Kings Cross: October 24, 2013; November 21, 2013.
Lewisham Central Reference Library: February 25, 2014; February 18, 2016; February 29, 2016; March 1, 2016; April 27, 2016; August 29, 2017.
Penge Library: October 26, 2013; December 19, 2013; December 28, 2013; April 29, 2014; June 5, 2014; June 24, 2014; March 23, 2015; April 16, 2015; May 12, 2015; June 1, 2015; June 15, 2015; July 20, 2015; July 23, 2015; August 4, 2015; November 17, 2015; November 30, 2015; December 22, 2015; January 4, 2016; February 1, 2016; March 10, 2016; May 5, 2016; September 5, 2016; January 17, 2017; January 31, 2017; February 28, 2017; March 28, 2017.
Sutton Central Library: January 11, 2016.
The High Court: January 13, 2014. Theatro Technis: August 2, 2016.
The Old Coffee House, Soho: April 26, 2016; October 25, 2016; January 31, 2017
Westminster Central Reference Library: September 12, 2013; January 13, 2014; May 1, 2014; May 16, 2014.

On April 24, 2015 and March 17, 2017, I picked up a tranche of leaflets from my local barber shop. These are suffixed * BARB

I intend to be extremely selective about this sort of thing in future so it will be largely flyers rather than programmes that will be added from 2013 on, and rarer stuff that would probably not find its way into a similar collection or database.

In early 2018, I made several visits to Herne Bay. Publications collected there are suffixed HB.

Documents suffixed * C have been calibrated.

Albourne Estate: A folded flyer A5 in height for Boutique Single Estate Vinyard tour, taste & buy, 2017 * WEST

Austria, Landegg: The two Wings of Mankind: MEN and WOMEN, July 30-August 3, 1988
Goodman gave me the above double sided leaflet in May 2016.

Banstead, All Saints Church Institute: A single-sided A6 promo for Rowlandsons Jewellers, March 3, 2018
Goodman gave me the above in early 2018.

Banstead, Community Hall: A single-sided A5 flyer for The Perks Ensemble, February 6, 2016 * WEST

Banstead & Cheam: St Cecilia Concert Season, 2014-2015 * WEST
The above double-sided flyer is A5 in height.

Barking: A double-sided A5 flyer for Triumphant Crossing Into 2016, December 24, 2015-January 2, 2016 (etc)
I picked up the above in my local Internet caff on December 7, 2015.

Bath, Theatre Royal: Salad Days, week commencing May 15, 1972 * C
The cast of the above includes David Webb.

Beckenham: An A5 recruiting flyer for a new orchestra, WANTED, 2013 * WEST

Beckenham: VOCAL Vitality, 2013
The above is a leaflet I picked up in Penge Library.

Beckenham: A double-sided A5 flyer for, Bromley & Beckenham Philatelic Society
I picked up the above in Penge Library, probably late 2015 or early 2016.

Beckenham, Anerley, Penge & Shortlands: A folded A4 leaflet, flyer for Prayer Partners, May 2015
I picked up the above folding leaflet when I went to vote on May 7, 2015.

Beckenham, Beckenham Place Park: An A5 flyer for Totally Vocal, 2018
I picked up the above in The Dolphin at the Sydenham Santander farewell meeting.

Beckenham, Bethlem Gallery: An A5 postcard for for Woad, Weld & Madder: from plot to palette, February 24-March 18, 2016 * WEST

Beckenham, Cudham Recreation Ground: A double-sided A5 flyer for St. Christopher’s Bluebell Walk, May 8, 2016 * WEST

Beckenham, Dance Company Studios: A bookmark for yoga with Clare Holford * WEST
At least I think the above is a bookmark; it stands approximately 15.5cm in height.

Beckenham, Dorset Road: An A5 flyer for Dorset Road Allotments & Lesiure Gardens Open Day, May 15, 2016 * WEST

Beckenham Green: A slightly glossy A6 card for for Market On The Green, July 18, 2015 * WEST

Beckenham, Langley Park Centre: An A5 flyer for Buddy Holly & The Cricketers, September 16, 2017 * WEST

Beckenham, Langley Park School For Boys: A one-sided A5 flyer for Bromley Symphony Orchestra (performing various), May 16, 2015 * WEST
Beckenham, Langley Park School For Boys: A single-sided A5 flyer for Music At The Park, September 24, 2016 * WEST

Beckenham Library: A single-sided A5 flyer for Crystal Tales, March 4, 2016 * WEST

Beckenham, Methodist Church: An A5 flyer for The South London Singers, Requiem: John Rutter, Bach, etc, November 9, 2013 * WEST
Beckenham, Methodist Church: A folded A4 leaflet, a flyer for The South London Singers, 32nd Season, 2013-14 * WEST
Beckenham, Methodist Church: A folded A4 leaflet, a flyer for The South London Singers, 33nd Season, 2014-2015 * WEST
The above is a single sheet of A4 paper folded twice.
Beckenham, Methodist Church: A folded A4 leaflet, flyer for South London Singers, 2015-2016 Concert Season * WEST
Beckenham, Methodist Church: An A5 flyer for South London Singers Carols For Charity, December 12, 2015 * WEST
Beckenham, Methodist Church: An A5 flyer for The Tea Concert, September 11, 2016 * WEST
Beckenham, Methodist Church: An A5 flyer for The English Choral Tradition with David Thorne: Organ, March 4, 2017 * WEST

Beckenham Place Mansion: A double-sided A6 card for Family Film Fest, September 2, 2017 * WEST

Beckenham Public Hall: A one-sided A5 flyer for Snow White Family Pantomime, January 25-February 1, 2014 * WEST

[Beckenham Public Hall and Beckenham Public Halls are the same venue - more or less!]

Beckenham Public Halls: A one-sided A5 flyer for Play Bridge! * WEST
This is a flyer for Beckenham Bridge Club.

Beckenham, St Barnabas Church: A one-sided A5 flyer for South East London Orchestra, November 24, 2013 * WEST
Beckenham, St Barnabas Church: A one-sided A5 flyer for South East London Orchestra, May 17, 2015 * WEST

Beckenham, St George’s Church: A one-sided A5 flyer for Sarah Kim, June 28, 2014
I believe I picked up the above in Penge Library.
Beckenham, St George’s Church: A double-sided A5 flyer for 10th Birthday Concert for Beckenham Professional Orchestra, November 1, 2014
I picked up the above in Penge Library, November 1, 2014.

Beckenham, St George’s Church: A folded A4 leaflet, flyer for Beckenham Chorale, 2013-2014 Concert Season * WEST
Beckenham, St George’s Church: A folded A4 leaflet, flyer for Beckenham Chorale, 2014-2015 Concert Season * WEST
My apologies for the poor quality of the above copy.
Beckenham, St George’s Church: A folded A4 leaflet, flyer for Beckenham Chorale, 2015-2016 Concert Season * WEST
Beckenham, St George’s Church: A double-sided A5 flyer for the Beckenham Chorale, March 18, 2017 * WEST

Beckenham, St George’s Church: A single-sided A5 flyer for Beckenham Chorale, Italian concert, June 13, 2015 * WEST
Beckenham, St George’s Church: A one-sided A5 flyer for ‘Singing Day with Brian Kay’ by Beckenham Chorale, April 25, 2010 * WEST

Beckenham, St George’s Church: A double-sided A5 flyer for A Taste of Italy, violin concertos, May 9, 2015 * WEST
Beckenham, St George’s Church Hall: A one-sided A5 flyer for Music To My Ears, June 19-20, 2015 * WEST
Beckenham, St George’s Church: A one-sided A5 flyer for the Festival Finale, June 27, 2015 * WEST

Beckenham: A double-sided A5 flyer for St George’s Festival for Beckenham, June 20-28, 2015 * WEST

Beckenham, Venue 28: A double-sided A6 flyer for So Last Century, November 29, 2015 * WEST
Beckenham, Venue 28: A double-sided A6 flyer for So Last Century, February 7 & March 20, 2016 * WEST
Beckenham, Venue 28: A double-sided A6 flyer for So Last Century, May 15, 2016 * WEST
Beckenham, Venue 28: A double-sided A6 flyer for So Last Century, September 17, 2017 * WEST

Bexley: An A6 card flyer for Mobo Toy Factory; The Way We Had Fun, September 19, 2015-March 6, 2016 * WEST

Bexley & Bromley Libraries: Record Breakers, July-September 2015 * WEST

Billingham, Forum Theatre: Underground, November 25-December 7, 1974
The cast of the above includes David Webb.

Birmingham: Vivat! Vivat Regina!, March 2, 1972
The above programme contained a leaflet for Salad Days

Birmingham, Digbeth: Custard Factory Record Fair, 3 days in 2017
I picked up the above single-sided A5 flyer at the O2.

Birmingham, Hippodrome: Variety, commencing June 8, 1959
Birmingham, Hippodrome: Large As Life, commencing June 16, 1959

Birmingham & London: JUST For The Ladies, November 22 & 23, 2014
I picked up the above double-sided A5 flyer in my local Internet caff, November 12, 2014

Blackpool, Palace Theatre: Summer Showboat, circa 1955 * C
Blackpool, Palace Theatre: Harold Fielding concert, September 2, 1956
The above is the best copy possible.

Blackpool Tower Circus 1955 International Summer Season Programme
Pages 1-6
Pages 7-11
Page 12 - this page has been rotated anti-clockwise (for some reason it wouldn’t convert to PDF)

A double-sided A5 flyer for the film Blitz & Bananas! * WEST

Bradford - Alhambra Theatre

All the programmes below (apart from No No Nanette and Robin Hood for 1960) are the same size; see the one listed for October 8, 1956 which is calibrated. A few run to only 4 pages, ie one piece of paper folded in half. These images consist of two scans: pages 4 & 1, 2 & 3 respectively. I have scanned every programme individually, even though all the front covers are exactly the same.

Bradford Alhambra: programme for week commencing April 9, 1956
Bradford Alhambra: programme for week commencing April 16, 1956
Bradford Alhambra: programme for week commencing April 23, 1956
Bradford Alhambra: programme for week commencing April 30, 1956
Bradford Alhambra: programme for week commencing May 14, 1956
Bradford Alhambra: programme for week commencing September 10, 1956
Bradford Alhambra: programme for week commencing September 17, 1956
Bradford Alhambra: programme for week commencing September 24, 1956
Bradford Alhambra: programme for week commencing October 8, 1956 * C
Bradford Alhambra: programme for week commencing October 29, 1956
Bradford Alhambra: programme for week commencing November 19, 1956
Bradford Alhambra: No No Nanette, 1960
The above may be an enclosure that fell out of another publication rather than a programme in its own right; it is a single sheet of paper 19.5cm by 12.4cm approximately. It has been folded once unevenly. The back of the programme is the first 2 parts of the first scan; the front is the third part of the first scan plus the woman’s face from the second scan. The inside is the first two parts of the second scan.
Bradford Alhambra: The Story Of Robin Hood & The Babes In The Wood, December 23, 1960
The above pantomime programme/flyer is scanned pages 4 (back) & 1 (front), 2 & 3 - inside.

Bradford - Prince’s Theatre

All the programmes below are the same size; see the one listed for December 9, 1957 which is calibrated. A few run to only 4 pages, ie one piece of paper folded in half. These images consist of two scans: pages 4 & 1, 2 & 3 respectively. I have scanned every programme individually, even though all the front covers are exactly the same.

Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: It’s A Small World, December 19, 1955
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: Treasure Island, December 26, 1955
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: Poor Dad, January 9, 1956
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: This Sex Business, January 16, 1956
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: The Good Old Days, January 30, 1956
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: Widow’s Might, February 13, 1956
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: Sabrina Fair, May 14, 1956
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: Ask Your Dad, May 21, 1956
The above includes an insert printed on one side; it is the same width as the leaflet page and about 1.7cm shorter.
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: Ours Is A Nice House, May 28, 1956
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: A Sergeant For Cecil, June 11 (1956)
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: For Pete’s Sake, July 2, 1956
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: Sleeping Out, July 9, 1956
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: The Shop At Sly Corner, July 16, 1956
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: All For Mary, July 23, 1956
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: The Trial Of Mary Dugan, July 30, 1956
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: Paddy, The Next Best Thing, August 6, 1956
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: Keeping Up With The Joneses, August 20, 1956
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: The Tender Trap, August 27, 1956
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: Seagulls Over Sorrento, September 24, 1956
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre, The Hour And The Woman, October 8, 1956
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: The Corn Is Green, October 15, 1956
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: Ragtime, October 22, 1956
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: The Striptease Murder, October 29, 1956
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: Cooped Up, November 5, 1956
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: Dead On Nine, November 12, 1956
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: Running Wild, November 19, 1956
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: Dark Is The Memory, November 26, 1956
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: Wanted—One Body, December 3, 1956
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: Uncle’s Little Lapse, December 10, 1956
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: The Magic Cupboard, December 31, 1956
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: What A Carry On, January 7, 1957
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: Yorkshire Relish, January 14, 1957
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: Grouse In August, January 21, 1957
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: Night Of The Fourth, February 4, 1957
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: Breakfast In Bed, February 11, 1957
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: Cat Among The Pigeons, February 25, 1957
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: Strange Request, March 4, 1957
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: A Policeman’s Lot, April 8, 1957
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: This Happy Home, April 22, 1957
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: Death And Brown Windsor, September 16, 1957
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: Double Image, September 30, 1957
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: The Reluctant Debutante, October 7, 1957
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: The Rainmaker, October 14, 1957
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: The Whole Truth, October 21, 1957
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: Man In A Million, October 28, 1957
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: The Diary Of Anne Frank, November 4, 1957
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: Spider’ s Web, November 11, 1957
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: Plaintiff In A Pretty Hat, November 18, 1957
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: Glamour Girl, November 25, 1957
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: Wuthering Heights, December 2, 1957
Bradford, Prince’s Theatre: Fools Rush In, December 9, 1957 * C

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Brighton: Ghost Walk Of The Lanes, August 2017 * WEST
The above double-sided flyer is A5 in height.
Brighton: Brighton’s Hidden Mysteries Tour, 2017
The above flyer that I picked up in Brighton, August 2, 2017, is A5 in height.

Brighton (different venues): The Cloggz, August & September 2017
I picked up the above double-sided A5 flyer in Brighton, August 2, 2017.

Brighton Academy: West End Summer School, July 31-August 4, 2017
I picked up the above double-sided A5 flyer in Brighton, August 2, 2017. The venue appears to be Hove rather than Brighton. Whatever...

Brighton, Boundary: Boundary Festival with Craig David, etc, September 17, 2016
I picked up this hard A5 card at Brighton in July 2016. It is actually double-sided but printed exactly the same on each, so only one side is scanned here.

Brighton, 7 Kings Road: A double-sided A6 card flyer A5 for lipstick & GUNPOWDER!, 2017 * WEST

Brighton Centre: A flyer A5 in height for War Horse, January 25-February 10, 2018 * WEST

Brighton City Centre See You Soon
I picked up the above at a makeshift shrine in Brighton on my July 2016 visit. I thought it deserved to be saved.

Brighton: Fiery Foods Festival, September 17-8, 2016
I think the above thin A6 card came from Goodman in September 2016 rather than from my jaunt earlier in the year.

Brighton, Brighton Escape Rooms: A double-sided flyer (folded A4) for Be The Hero, Save The Day, 2018 * WEST

Brighton, Gardner Street, Komedia: A single-sided A5 flyer for Mindout for the laughs, August 1, 2018 * WEST

Brighton, Glow, Revolutionary Fitness
I picked up the above A5 flyer on my jaunt to Brighton in July 2016.

Brighton i360: Brighton i360, 2016
I picked up the above postcard at Brighton in July 2016.

Brighton: A folded A4 sheet for the Laser Zone, 2018 * WEST

Brighton: Only in Brighton! - 2016
The above is a folded A4 flyer I picked up in July 2016.
Brighton: Only in Brighton! - 2016
The above is a double-sided A5 flyer.

Brighton, Marine Parade: Sea Life, 2016.
The above is A5 in height. I picked it up on my 2016 jaunt to Brighton.

Brighton, Brighton Museum & Art Gallery: A double-sided A5 flyer for Gilbert & George, April 28-September 2, 2018 * WEST

Brighton: Patterns: Summer Terrace & Bar
I picked up the above double-sided flyer (A5 in height but not in width) at Brighton, 2016

Brighton Pier: Brighton Rock! - I picked up this hard A6 sized momento in July 2016 when I bought some rock on the pier.

Brighton Pier: A double-sided A5 flyer for Horatio’s Bar, July & August 2016

Brighton, Preston Manor: Edwardian Life Upstairs & Downstairs, 2016
The above double-sided flyer is A5 in height. I picked it up at Brighton in July 2016.

Brighton Racecourse: Big Brighton Record Fair, 2018 dates
I picked up the above single-sided A5 flyer at the O2, June 17, 2017.

Brighton Racecourse: A double-sided flyer A5 in height for Brighton Racecourse, April 24-October 18, 2018 * WEST

Brighton, Saint George’s Church What a night!, October 6, 2017
I picked up the above double-sided A5 flyer in Brighton, August 2, 2017.

Brighton, Saint Nicholas Church: Music In The Heart Of The City
I picked up the above double-sided flyer in Brighton, August 2017.

Brighton, Stanmer Park Smugglers Trail, July 23-4, 2016.
I found the above A5 flyer in a Brighton street, July 2016.

Brighton: The Blue Man - 2016
The above is another flyer I picked up in July 2016.

Brighton, The Verdict: An A5 flyer for Here’s Johnny, July 21, 2016
Re the above and below - spot the difference!
Brighton, The Verdict: An A6 flyer for Here’s Johnny, July 21, 2016
Brighton, The Verdict: An A6 card for programme, September 2016
I received the above from Goodman in September 2016.

Brighton, Theatre Royal: Ladies’ Night, May 28-June 2, 1990
Brighton, Theatre Royal: The Boys In The Band, November 8-12, 2016
I think the above think A5 card came from Goodman in September 2016, at any rate, it is not the kind of show I would see.
Brighton, Theatre Royal: Jane Eyre, July 24-9, 2017
The above is A5 in height. I picked it up in Brighton, August 2, 2017.
Brighton, Theatre Royal: A single-sided A5 flyer for Hello Again, Neil Diamond, August 8, 2018 * WEST

Brighton, This Is My Theatre: The Importance Of Being Earnest/Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland, September 8/9, 2017* WEST
The above flyer is A5 in height.

Brighton: A folded A4 sheet for the Toy And Model Museum, 2018 * WEST

Brighton: Volk’s Electric Railway, 2016
The above is a folded A4 flyer I picked up in July 2016.

Brighton, Rialto Theatre: A double-sided A5 flyer for Finding Yourself Offside, May 22 & June 2, 2018 * WEST

Bristol, Theatre Royal: Dark Of The Moon, week commencing May 5, 1954
The middle pages of the above have been annotated.
Bristol, Theatre Royal: Othello, week commencing November 27, 1956

Bromley: Bromley Philharmonic Choir, 2015-6
The above double-sided A5 programme is not properly Bromley. I picked it up in Penge Library, January 4, 2016.

Bromley: A one-sided A5 flyer for Could you manage a library in Bromley?, June 26, 2015 * WEST
Re the above, Austerity on the cheap!

Bromley: The Allegri Singers, 2013-4 season * WEST
The above is a single sheet of A4 paper folded twice.

Bromley Adult Education College: INTRODUCTION TO HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINE, 2015 * WEST

Bromley, Bromley Archives: Bromley Archives, Museums & Libraries programme for 2014
I picked up the above folded flyer at the new Penge Library, September 12, 2014.

Bromley, Central Library: A single-sided A5 flyer for Rivers Of London, April 28, 2015 * WEST
Bromley, Central Library: A double-sided A5 flyer for Bromley Library Information Event, July 30, 2015 * WEST

Bromley, Churchill Theatre: Beyond Reasonable Doubt, 1989
The first scan of the above file is the back page and front page of the programme. The leaflet below is a flyer that was inserted in the programme above.
Bromley, Churchill Theatre: Move over Mrs Markham, 1989
Bromley, Churchill Theatre: Room On The Broom, November 6-9, 2013
I picked in the above double sided A5 flyer in Penge Library, September 2013.
Bromley, Churchill Theatre: An A5 flyer for Oklahoma!, November 12-6, 2013 * WEST
Bromley, Churchill Theatre: An A5 flyer for The Nutcracker, November 3-5, 2014
I picked up the above A5 folded flyer in a Sydenham hardware store, September 26, 2014.
Bromley, Churchill Theatre: An A5 flyer for The Sleeping Beauty, November 2014-January 2015 I picked up the above double-sided A5 flyer in a Sydenham hardware store, September 26, 2014. I saw it in several other places too.
Bromley, Churchill Theatre: A glossy double-sided A5 flyer for South Pacific, May 12-6, 2015 * WEST
Bromley, Churchill Theatre: A glossy double-sided flyer - A5 in height - for Legally Blonde, May 24-8, 2016 * WEST

Bromley, College: A double-sided A6 flyer for Come and sing Bach, February 13, 2016 * WEST

Bromley, Harris Academy: Drama, Singing, Dance, 2013
The above is a double sided A5 leaflet I picked up in Penge Library, July or August 2013.

Bromley, Hayes Lane: The Beckenham Academy, 2015
The above double-sided A5 flyer came through my front door, September 30, 2015.

Bromley, Keston Common: a double-sided A5 flyer Fun Walk, May 17, 2015
The above is in support of a certain famous hospice not far from here. I picked it up in the launderette April 1, 2015

Bromley, Methodist Church: A5 flyer for North West Kent Family History Society * WEST

Bromley, Montague Theatre: a double-sided A5 flyer act*dance*sing for kids
I picked up the above in Penge Library, July or August 2013.

Bromley, New Theatre: Love’s A Luxury, week commencing May 21, 1956
Bromley, New Theatre: Housemaster, week commencing April 7, 1958
Bromley, New Theatre: The First Mrs. Fraser, week commencing March 28
I’m not sure what year was the above, but the part of Ninian Fraser was played by David Webb. The back page of this programme has been rotated 90 degrees anti-clockwise.

Bromley, Norman Park: Flyer for Bromley Pageant Of Motoring, June 7, 2015
I picked up the above A5 flyer in my local laundrette, June 2, 2015.

Bromley Parish Church: A single-sided A5 flyer for The Allegri Singers performing Fauré Requiem etc, May 16, 2015 * WEST

Bromley, Ripley Arts Centre: An A5 flyer for Manus Noble, November 16, 2013 * WEST

Bromley, Ripley Arts Centre: An A5 flyer for World Cinema, April 21-July 21, 2015 * WEST
Bromley, Ripley Arts Centre: A one-sided A5 flyer for Ripley Recitals, May 16, 2015 * WEST
Bromley, Ripley Arts Centre: A one-sided A5 flyer for a Harpsichord Recital by Gilbert Rowland, June 5, 2015 * WEST
Bromley, Ripley Arts Centre: A one-sided A5 flyer for a Ripley Recital by Gina McCormack and Nigel Clayton, June 20, 2015 * WEST
Bromley, Ripley Arts Centre: A double-sided A6 card for Wild Among Us, August/September 2015 * WEST
Bromley, Ripley Arts Centre: A one-sided A5 flyer for a Ripley Recital, Trio Mirage, November 21, 2015 * WEST
Bromley, Ripley Arts Centre: A single-sided A5 flyer for a Fashion show, December 1, 2015 * WEST
Bromley, Ripley Arts Centre: A one-sided A5 flyer for a Ripley Recital, Ella Rundle and Gamal Khamis, January 16, 2016 * WEST
Bromley, Ripley Arts Centre: A one-sided A5 flyer for The L-Shaped Room, February 23, 2016 * WEST
Bromley, Ripley Arts Centre: A one-sided A5 flyer for a Celebrity Fund-Raising Recital, May 14, 2016 * WEST
Bromley, Ripley Arts Centre: A one-sided A5 flyer for Julian Jacobson and Mariko Brown piano duo, May 21, 2016 * WEST
Bromley, Ripley Arts Centre: A one-sided A5 flyer for Minerva Piano Trio, September 17, 2016 * WEST

Bromley: Bromley Symphony Orchestra, 2014/2015 * WEST
The above is a folded A4 flyer for the Orchestra’s 2014-5 programme.

Bromley, The Pavilion: An A5 flyer for CHEER ON YOUR BOYS AT THE WORLD CUP, 3 dates in June 2014
And only 3 dates! What a bunch of tossers. I picked up the above double-sided A5 flyer in Penge Library, June 24, 2014.

Brooke Hall: Night Must Fall, December 1959
The above is a folded leaflet, pages 1, 2 & 3 were scanned in order; page 4 is blank.

Bulwell, Olympic Theatre: Strictly Confidential, June 8, 19??
The above is a single sheet of paper folded in half; it has been scanned in two sweeps: pages 4 & 1, 2 & 3. It has been torn, hence the uneven edges of the first scan.
Bulwell, Olympic Theatre: Jane Comes To Town, July 9, 19??

Cambridge, Arts Theatre: Salad Days, January 24, 1972 * C
Cambridge, Arts Theatre: Salad Days, January 24, 1972
The above stars David Webb. The second is a leaflet which I found inside the programme for Vivat! Vivat Regina!

Cambridge, The Fitzwilliam Museum: Degas: A Passion For Perfection, October 3, 2017-January 14, 2018
I picked up the above A5 card at the ALCS party in September 2017

Canterbury Cathedral: A folded flyer (one sheet of A4) for The Mystery Plays, July 23-August 13, 1992 * HB

Canterbury, Gulbenkian Theatre: A double-sided A5 flyer for Frida And Diego, October 6-7, 1989 * HB

Charterhouse: A Choral Thanksgiving For The Completion Of The Memorial Chapel, July 7, 1957 * C
Charterhouse: Saint Joan, the George Bernard Shaw play, March 1960 * C
Charterhouse: An Italian Straw Hat, December 1960
The above is a 4 page pamphlet, ie one piece of paper folded in half. Page 4 is blank so has not been copied.
Charterhouse: Carol Service, 1973
Charterhouse: Carol Service - This is approximately 21.2cm x 13.7cm.

Chichester, Chichester Festival Theatre: The Inconstant Couple, 1978
The above - which was rescued by Mark Taha - consists of an A4 leaflet folded twice with apparently an enclosure printed on one side. The former is scanned here pages 1, 2 (back) & 3 (front); 4, 5 & 6 - the inside. The enclosure is actually about a couple of millimetres narrower than the page.
Chichester, Chichester Festival Theatre: A double-sided A5 flyer for Young Chekhov Season, July-September 2016 * WEST

Chislehurst Caves: A folded A4 flyer for Chislehurst Caves * WEST

Colchester: Birthday Honours, February 14-9, 1955

Colchester, Essex University: The Zionist Entity: Apartheid System, 1979
The above double-sided A4 leaflet - an interview with Israel Shahak - is an orphan. It was picked up by Mark Taha at Essex University in 1979. My apologies for the terrible quality but this could be the only copy extant.

Coulsdon: A single-sided A5 flyer for Thriller Nights, September 23, 2015 * WEST

Crawley: Surrey & Sussex Crematorium, Saint Richard’s Chapel: Memorial service for Sidney Smith, November 2, 2018
I was given the above programme by Goodman shortly after the funeral. This guy was a friend or at least an associate of his. The programme is A5 in size, made from thin A4 card.

Croydon: A 4 page A5 flyer for Croydon HF Rambling Club, Programme Of Events, November 1, 2016-February 26, 2017, * WEST

Croydon, Croydon Philharmonic Choir: SEASON 2013-2014, * WEST
The above is a bookmark type flyer, its height is the width of an A4 sheet.

Croydon, Croydon Philharmonic Choir: A single-sided A5 flyer for Requiem And Remembrance, November 21, 2015 * WEST

Croydon & Penzance: George Lloyd opera, October/November, 2013 * WEST
The above is slightly wider than A5.

Croydon, Ashcroft Theatre: Double sided A5 flyer for Seven Brides For Seven Brothers, March 17-22, 2014 * WEST
Croydon, Ashcroft Theatre: The Younger Generation Theatre Group audition form, March 10, 2015 * WEST
If the above one-sided A5 leaflet appears slanted that is down to the printer, not me.
Croydon, Ashcroft Theatre: A single-sided A5 flyer for Step Back To The 80’s, August 27-9, 2015 * WEST

Croydon Clocktower: Films At The David Lean Cinema, 2015 * WEST
Croydon Clocktower: Films At The David Lean Cinema, January 2018 * WEST
The above two flyers are A5 in height.

Croydon, Club Soda: Soda Beat, September 28, 2015 * WEST
The above is a double-sided A5 flyer.

Croydon Conference Centre: A double-sided glossy A6 card promoting Lady in Waiting presents..., October 25, 2014
I can’t remember where I picked up the above, but praise the Lord!

Croydon, Fairfield Halls: Flyer for Al Stewart in concert, October 24, 2013 * WEST
The above is a one-sided A5 flyer; I went to the concert.
Croydon, Fairfield Halls: Muddah Dead, Faddah Dead, Me Nar Forget, November 1, 2013 * WEST
Croydon, Fairfield Halls: A one-sided A5 flyer for Brendan Shine, November 13, 2013 * WEST
Croydon, Fairfield Halls: A one-sided A5 flyer for Be Bop a Lula!, July 10, 2015 * WEST
Croydon, Fairfield Halls: A one-sided A5 flyer for Peter And The Wolf, October 2015-March 2016 * WEST
The above relates to the 50th season of Adventure Concerts.

Croydon, Friends Meeting House: A single-sided thin card for Sunyata, September 2015 * WEST

Derby Playhouse: The Price
The four middle pages of the above programme are pink; the first and last of these pages have been left blank, so have not been scanned.
Derby Playhouse: Doctor Glas, December 8, 1970 * C
The credits for the above include David Webb.
Dorking, Surrey: A single-sided A5 flyer for St. Christopher’s taking on The Nuts Challenge, September 6, 2015
I picked up the above while having breakfast in the local caff, August 6, 2015.

Dover Castle: A flyer for George & The Dragon, April 25-6, 2015 * WEST

Dunstable: First Celebrity Concert, April 19, 1964
Because of the limitations of my equipment and the size of this pamphlet - 24.5cm by 18.6cm - and its layout, I have scanned across the middle pages.

Eastbourne: Museum Of Shops
I cannot remember how the above folded flyer came into my possession, but I think it may have belonged to David Webb.

Eden Park: A double-sided A5 flyer for Vintage Toy Train Show, April 11, 2015 * WEST
Eden Park: A double-sided A5 flyer for Vintage Toy Train Show, April 1, 2017 * WEST
The above was organised by the Beckenham and West Wickham Model Railway Club.

Empire Youth Sunday, May 29, 1940 * C
Empire Youth Sunday, Order Of Service

Firle: Firle Vintage Fair, 2016
I was given the above A6 card by Goodman in September 2016

Folkstone, Pleasure Gardens Theatre: undated

Globe Theatre: The Lyric Review, 1952
Globe Theatre: The Globe Review, undated
Globe Theatre: While The Sun Shines, undated
Globe Theatre: A Man For All Seasons, July 1, 1960

Great Bookham, Polesden Lacey Open-Air Theatre: King Lear, 1975
The above is one sheet of thick paper/thin card folded in half. It is scanned here pages 1 (back) & 2 (front), 3 & 4 (inside).

Greece, Athens: Walking In The Footsteps Of Paul, April 18-25, 2016
I picked up the above single-sided A5 flyer in the Internet caff at Sydenham, August 18, 2015.

Hanbarne Baroque Ensemble At St. Stephen’s Church, Gloucester Road, London SW7
This document needs some explaining; it was one I offered to the British Library but for some reason it was turned down. It is actually three documents bound as one; rather than separate them and risk damage I have scanned them as one. The layout is as follows:

The ringbinder contains a clear plastic cover front and back,the back of the front page - the title page - is blank; the back of the first page, which begins with the words “Cecila, Saint Patron...”, is also blank. The back of the picture page on pink paper is blank; then there are two smaller 8 page pamphlets followed by the page head “NICOLE LE BON has worked...”, the back of this page is also blank. You can see part of this page, the front, on the scans of the two aforementioned 8 page pamphlets. I could have edited these pages in such a way as to blank this out but decided to show the combined document as it is. The back of the page that shows the picture and begins “Wilhem von Aelst’s picture” is blank. The back of the page that shows the picture of the harpsichord is blank; the back of the blue page that is headed HANBARNE BAROQUE ENSEMBLE is blank. The back of the page that begins “Johann Pachelbel (1653-1706), the accomplished...” is blank; the backs of the following two pages - which contain pictures - are blank; then there is the blank thick paper/card back cover.

Guildford Cathedral: A one-sided flyer for Verdi Requiem, Croydon Philharmonic Choir, April 18, 2015 * WEST

Harlow Playhouse: Salad Days, etc.
The cast of the above includes David Webb. This programme measures 24.4cm by 11.4cm approximately.

Harpenden Public Hall: Antigone, October 1953
The above is a single piece of paper folded in half; the two scans are pages 4 & 1, then pages 2 & 3.
Harpenden Public Hall: The School For Scandal, Deceember 1953
The above is a single piece of paper folded in half; the two scans are pages 4 & 1, then pages 2 & 3. Pages 2 & 3 - the inside of the programme - have been annotated heavily in pen.

Harrogate Theatre: Salad Days * C
The cast of the above includes David Webb.

Hassocks, West Sussex: A folded A4 sheet for the South Downs Heritage Centre, 2018 * WEST

Hayes, Jerwood Gallery: An A5 leaflet for a Jerwood Gallery, 2016
I picked up the above thin A5 folded card at Brighton in July 2016.

Hayes, Kent: An A5 leaflet for a FASHION SHOW IN AID OF CANCER RESEARCH UK, March 9, 2016 * WEST

Herne Bay: Coconut Tree noodle bar menu, 2018 * HB

Herne Bay: Double Doings In Herne Bay, April 24, 1993 * HB
Herne Bay: Double Doings In Herne Bay, May 8, 1993 * HB
Herne Bay: Double Doings In Herne Bay, July 17, 1993 * HB
Herne Bay: Double Doings In Herne Bay, July 24, 1993 * HB
Herne Bay: Double Doings In Herne Bay, September 18, 1993 * HB
Herne Bay: Double Doings In Herne Bay, September 25, 1993 * HB
Herne Bay: Double Doings In Herne Bay, October 16, 1993 * HB
The above six are A5 in size. The issue for May 8 runs to only 12 pages; I actually found two copies of this, both had 12 pages, so this is correct. The July 24, 1993 issue also appears to have only 12 pages. The back page of the October 16, 1993 issue has been stained, apparently with tea, but the stains haven’t shown up so badly here.

Herne Bay: URNS & KEEPSAKES
The above is a folded flyer I picked up at the office of an undertaker in Herne Bay, February 26, 2018. It is A5 in size, ie one sheet of A4 paper, and is scanned here pages 4 & 1, 2 & 3, ie outside and inside. I would assume this flyer is not unique to the company in question.

Herne Bay: Greenhill People Today, April 1992 * HB
The above is a folded A4 leaflet produced by Greehill Baptist Fellowship. The colour could have come out better, ie a somewhat darker green.

HMSO: Official Programme of the VICTORY CELEBRATIONS 8th June 1946
The above is the best scan possible; the first scan of the file consists of the back page and front page followed by the rest of the pamphlet in order. It is not quite A5 in size; A5 in height but slightly smaller widthwise.

Holland - Amsterdam & The Hague: HOLLAND festival, 1988

Hove, The 1st Central Ground: Tom Jones live, July 17, 2016
I picked up the above one-sided A5 flyer on my jaunt to Brighton, July 2016.

Hove, HandMade Mysteries: Most Twisted Escape Room, 2018 * WEST
The above double-sided flyer is A5 in height.

Joint Stock Theatre Group: A THOUGHT IN 3 PARTS
The above is one sheet of A4 paper folded in half. The back page was left blank so has not been scanned.

Kent, New Theatre: Black Ey’d Susan tour, October 1991 * HB
The above is a single sheet of A5.

Kew: Christmas at Kew, November 25, 2015-January 2, 2016 * WEST

Kew Gardens: Kew the music, July 7-12, 2015
I picked up the above double-sided A5 glossy flyer in my local Internet caff, April 23, 2015.

Kew, National Archives: There Will Be Wings, March 2, 2018
I picked up the above A5 flyer at Kew on January 30, 2018.

Kingston Upon Hull, New Theatre: The Odd Couple, April 26, 1971 * C
The cast of the above includes David Webb.

Knie, Switzerland: Programm 1959
The above contains an enclosure at the end of the file - a double sided leaflet.

Leed’s - Empire Theatre

All the programmes below are the same size, approximately 18.6cm by 12.3cm. A few run to only 4 pages, ie one piece of paper folded in half. These images consist of two scans: pages 4 & 1, 2 & 3 respectively. I have scanned every programme individually, even though all the front covers are exactly the same.

Leeds Empire: programme for week commencing August 22, 1955
Leeds Empire: programme for week commencing August 29, 1955
Leeds Empire: programme for week commencing September 5, 1955
Leeds Empire: programme for week commencing September 12, 1955
Leeds Empire: programme for week commencing September 19, 1955
Leeds Empire: programme for week commencing October 10, 1955
Leeds Empire: programme for week commencing October 17, 1955
Leeds Empire: programme for week commencing October 31, 1955
Leeds Empire programme for week commencing November 7, 1955
Leeds Empire programme for week commencing November 14, 1955
The above is badly torn.
Leeds Empire: programme for week commencing November 21, 1955
Leeds Empire: programme for week commencing November 28, 1955

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Leeds Theatre Royal: Final Performance, March 30, 1957 * C

Leicestershire: Gareth Carter Digital Archivist, 2017 * WEST
The above is a double-sided A5 flyer I picked up at the O2.

Leighton Buzzard: The Cedars School, The Tempest, November 24-6 * C

Liverpool, The Playhouse: Unfinished Portrait, March 27, 1956
The back page of the above was left blank so has not been scanned.
Liverpool, The Playhouse: The School For Wives, October 9, 1956 * C
The back page of the above is blank and has therefore not been scanned. All the other pages have been scanned individually except the middle pages which have been scanned across because of their layout.

Lewes: Charleston, 2017 * WEST
The above flyer is one sheet of A4 paper folded.

London: We Can Feel, 2016
Re the above, I picked up this A5 leaflet in the Sydenham Lithuanian shop on June 7, 2016. Make of it what you will.

London: Anna Russell, December 6, 19?
The above is a folded leaflet, scanned here pages 4 (back) & 1 (front), 2 & 3. Presumably this was held somewhere in Central London.

London: The Trembling Wilburys, London dates, 2017
I picked up the above single-sided A5 flyer at the O2, June 17, 2017

London: End Austerity Now, June 20, 2015
I picked up the above double-sided A5 leaflet in Sydenham on my way home from Oxford, June 20, 2015.

London: Wanted: Cast For A Film, June to early July 2015
A no budget do it yourself film! This is a flyer I found pinned to a noticeboard at Goldsmiths College on June 6, 2015. The slant is not mine!

London: Invitation to the first Sex Maniacs Ball, 1986
I found the above in one of the NCROPA files. I have dispensed with the apostrophe which is sometimes used to indicate single, sometimes plural, and sometimes omitted.
London: Flyer for the Sex Maniacs Ball, 1998
I found the above in the CAC file; for similar literature by the Sexual Freedom Coalition, check out The NCROPA Virtual Archive.

London, Battersea: A double-sided A5 leaflet by Battersea Dogs & Cats Home about animal cruelty
I picked up the above card in the launderette, June 2, 2017.

London, Camberwell: A single-sided A5 leaflet for a festival of prayer at Walworth Church, November 27, 2015 * WEST
The above is a single-sided leaflet I picked up in the Internet caff November 25, 2015.

London, 120 Cromer Street: Flyer for Spark Summer Boot Camp, June 8-10, 2015
The above is a piece of paper I picked up in the refactory/caff or whatever at Goldsmiths on June 6, 2015. It is A6 in width and slightly less than A6 in height.

London, Albery Theatre: Equus, June 1977
The penultimate page of the above - the advertisement for the Silver Jubilee Souvenirs - has been rotated 90 degrees clockwise.

London, Aldwych Theatre: Under The Sycamore Tree, April 23, 1952 with an enclosed press cutting (photograph)
London, Aldwych Theatre: Janus, April 24, 1957
London, Aldwych Theatre: Dear Delinquent, December 9, 1957
London, Aldwych Theatre: Meet Me By Moonlight, August 1957
London, Aldwych Theatre: Watch It, Sailor! February 24, 1960
London, Aldwych Theatre: Becket, July 11, 1961 * C
At the front of the above file is a scan of the enclosure; the back page of the programme - at the end of the file, is likewise calibrated.
London, Aldwych Theatre: Three Way Switch
The above is the best quality scan I can make without causing further damage to the programme.
London, Aldwych Theatre: Good
London, Aldwych Theatre: Privates On Parade, April 1977
The above includes scans of two one page enclosures at the end of the file.

London, Aldwych, Novello Theatre: Mamma Mia!, 2015 * WEST
The above is a slightly glossy double-sided A4 leaflet, folded twice.

London, Aldwych, Peacock Theatre: Tango Fire, January 31-February 18, 2017 * WEST
The above flyer is A5 in height.

London, Aldwych, Strand Theatre: Goodnight Mrs. Puffin, July 18, 1961
London, Aldwych, Strand Theatre: A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum, October 3, 1963
London, Aldwych, Strand Theatre: A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum, October 3, 1963
The above is a second, slightly different printing, of this programme from the one immediately above.

London, Alexandra Palace: CARLO CURLEY IN CONCERT, October 12, 1979 * C
Page 9 of the above is an enclosure, one sheet of A4 paper folded in half; the front only has been scanned because the back is blank. The programme itself is one sheet of paper folded to make 8 pages. It is scanned here as follows: pages 4 (front) and 3 (back), 5 (second) and 8 (third), 1 & 2, 6 & 7.

London, Ambassadors Theatre: Something’s Afoot
Above is the best copy I was able to make without damaging the programme; page 2 of the scan has been rotated clockwise 90 degrees.

London, Anerley: Write a poem about Anerley, December 31, 2014
The above is the closing date. I picked up this double-sided A5 flyer in the new Penge Library, September 12, 2014

London, Anerley: A single-sided A5 flyer for Anerley Football Academy * WEST

London: Apollo Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue: The Happiest Days Of Your Life, November 2, 1947
London: Apollo Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue: For Amusement Only, June 5, 1956
I found two copies of the above in David Webb’s collection, one of them contained a small insert, which has been included at the end of this file; I presume this was inserted in all copies. The programme itself is slightly smaller than A5 size, about 2 centimetres shorter and two centimetres narrower. The insert is about half the size of the programme.
London: Apollo Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue: Pieces Of Eight, September 23, 1959
I have added an extra page from this programme. This is another, slightly different version of page 2 from a second copy.
London: Apollo Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue: The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time * WEST
The above is a thick paper/thin card folded leaflet scanned here outside (back and front) then inside. Although undated, I picked it up in January 2014.

London: Apollo, Victoria: Wicked, * WEST
The above flyer is a folded A4 sheet scanned here outside (including back and front) then inside

London, Arts Theatre: Flyer for Storm In A Flower Vase, September 13-October 12, 2013
The height of the above is the width of an A4 sheet, ie letter size - thanks to Nick of the Belight Software Forum for this and all the others.

London, Barbican: Albert Herring, November 23, 2013 * WEST
The above is a small glossy card.
London, Barbican: ‘Guildhall Artists At The Barbican’, October & November 2013
I cannot remember when or where I picked up the above A6 card.
London, Barbican: A double-sided A5 flyer for Britten Sinfonia, December 7, 2013 * WEST
London, Barbican: Christmas Festival, December 27, 2013-January 25, 2014 * WEST
The above A5 programme is scanned back page and front page, then the rest in order.

London, Barking Park: A glossy double-sided A5 leaflet for a Lithuanian Fest, May 24, 2015
This leaflet is printed in English on one side, on Lithuanian on the other. Choose which is the front and the back. I picked this up in the local Lithuanian/Latvian...shop when Goodman visited on May 20.

London, Battersea Arts Centre: A double-sided A5 card for Extravanganza Macabre, July 26, 2016 * WEST

London, Bermondsey: A glossy A6 card advertising an event at the Thomas A Becket public house, One Love, March 14, 2015 * BARB

London, Bethnal Green, The Common House: An A5 apparently photocopied flyer for Raymundo, May 31, 2015
I picked up the above flyer for a Full Unemployment Cinema screening at Goldsmiths on June 6, 2015.

London, Blackheath, Blackheath Halls: Blackheath Does Broadway, March 7, 2015
I picked up the above one-sided flyer in my local greengrocer shop at Sydenham in early February 2015, the first that year.
London, Blackheath, Blackheath Halls: The Blackheath Christmas Fair, November 22, 2015
I picked up the above double-sided A6 flyer at Forest Hill Library on November 12, 2015.

London, Bloomsbury, Mary Ward House: A double-sided A5 card flyer for Made In London, April 29-May 1, 2016 * WEST

London, Bond Street: FIRST LONDON EXHIBITION of ANIMAL DRAWINGS by James Lacey, March 8, 1977
The above is a glossy card approximately 22.4cm by 18cm; it advertises an exhibition at 16 Grafton Street/Bond Street. See too the dedicated Lacey Gallery.

London, Brent Museum & Archives: A double-sided A6 flyer for We Are The Lions, October 19-2016-March 26, 2017
I picked up the above flyer about the Grunwick exhibition at The Old Coffee House

London, Brentford: Brentford Record Fair, July 8, 2017
I picked up the above single-sided A5 flyer at the O2, June 17, 2017.

London, British Library: Double-sided A5 flyer for Magna Carta Exhibition, until September 1, 2015
I picked up the above in the British Library on July 9, 2015.
London, British Library: Double-sided A5 flyer for World War I centenary, July 23-August 7, 2016
I picked up the above double-sided A5 flyer in the Library on July 27, 2016; this is one of several.

London, Brixton Academy: A glossy A5 card advertising ‘More Life’, May 24, 2015 * BARB
London, Brixton Academy: A glossy A5 card advertising ‘Comedy Link Up’, June 7, 2015 * BARB
London, Brixton: A double-sided A5 flyer for Aries Affair, March 25, 2017 * BARB

London, Brockwell Park: Zippos Circus, April 9-14, 2015
I picked up the above double-sided glossy A6 leaflet in my local launderette, April 1, 2015.

London, Buckingham Palace, The Queen’s Gallery: Cairo To Constantinople and Gold, November 7, 2014-February 22, 2015 * WEST
The above is an A4 leaflet, folded twice, advertising two different exhibitions.

London, Burgess Park: Flyer for the AFRiCA LiVE FeStivaL, August 16, 2014
The above - with the crazy lettering - is a double-sided glossy A5 card I picked up in my local greengrocer shop on June 2, 2014.

London, Cadogan Hall: Sinatra, Sequins & Swing, September 18, 2015
The above programme - without the comma - was donated by Mark Taha. The first page of the scan is the back page; the others are scanned in order.

London, Caledonian Road: Show by Red Bastard, April 29-May 6, 2014 * WEST

London, Cambridge Theatre: Who’s Your Father? December 16, 1958
London, Cambridge Theatre: Ludmilla Tcherina - theatre ballet, March 19, 1959 * C
London, Cambridge Theatre: leaflet for Ludmilla Tcherina (see above)
London, Cambridge Theatre: The Hidden River, April 13, 1959
The middle pages of the above were too big for me to scan over with my current equipment, but here they are without the borders.
London, Cambridge Theatre: The Crooked Mile
Page 10 of the above has been rotated 90 degrees clockwise. This musical opened September 10, 1959 and closed January 30, 1960
London, Cambridge Theatre: Don’t Shoot, We’re English, 1960
The middle pages of the above have been scanned over.
London, Cambridge Theatre: Billy Liar, September 13, 1960
London, Cambridge Theatre: A folded A4 leaflet for Matilda The Musical, until May 2016 * WEST
One side of the A6 flyer immediately below has been rotated. I presume this is for the same performances as immediately above.
London, Cambridge Theatre: Matilda The Musical * WEST

The four postcards immediately below all appear to advertise Matilda The Musical; I picked them up in The Old Coffee House; their backs are all the same so I have scanned one of them, which has been rotated ninety degrees.
London, Cambridge Theatre: Matilda The Musical - A Storm Can Begin... * WEST
London, Cambridge Theatre: Matilda The Musical - A World With No Children... * WEST
London, Cambridge Theatre: Matilda The Musical - The Burning Woman... * WEST
London, Cambridge Theatre: Matilda The Musical - There’s A Place You Are Sent... * WEST
London, Cambridge Theatre: Matilda The Musical - obverse of the four above postcards (rotated) * WEST

London, Camden, An A4 flyer: KING KONG IS NOT A RACIST TERM BUT AN AGGRESSIVE BEAST
Yeah, right. I found this stapled to a tree on my way home from the Library on October 13, 2015.

London, Camden, The Barfly: Electric Monkey
I picked up the above double-sided A6 flyer October 28, 2015, in a restaurant after spending the day in the British Library.

London, Camden Town: A small flyer for The Forge & Foundry, NOV-DEC, 2013 * WEST
The above programme is A5 in size; the first scan in the file is the back page and front page; the rest are then scanned in sequence.

London, Cartoon Museum: A small flyer for the exhibition The Age Of Glamour, September 11-December 24, 2013 * WEST

London, Catford, Broadway Theatre & Studio: A double-sided A5 flyer for Sleeping Beauty, December 2013 * WEST

London, Catford, Bromley Road: A double-sided A5 flyer for The Experience at Riva, November 6, 2015
I picked up the above double-sided glossy A6 flyer in the Internet caff at Sydenham, November 4, 2015.

London, Catford, Civic Suite: A double-sided A6 flyer for A protest meeting
I picked up the above, which about 23 Lewisham Community Centres under threat, in the greengrocer, Sydenham Road, October 30, 2015.

London, Catford, Perry Hill: A single-sided A5 flyer for Leah Raeburn - a celebration of her life, August 15, 2014
I picked up the above in my local Internet caff, August 21, 2014.

London, Catford, Private Banks Sports Ground: An A5 flyer for Mini World Cup, August 20, 2014
I picked up the above flyer at the Wells Park Commuity Centre on September 11, 2014.

London, Catford, St Laurence Centre: An A5 flyer for Wild Inside Festival, February-July 2016
I picked up the above in a caff at Rushey Green, March 3, 2016. The second page of the scan is the inside of the leaflet; it has been rotated 90 degrees clockwise.

London, Central London: Four Femmes On The Thames
I think I picked up the above postcard sized single sided flyer at the Sydenham Centre, September 5, 2017.

London, Chalk Farm, The Round House: Oh! Calcutta!
The inside front cover of the above programme is blank, so has not been scanned. Following complaints by members of the public, officers from the Obscene Publications Squad attend a production of this revue on July 18, 1970.
London, Chalk Farm, The Round House: Decameron ’73
London, Chalk Farm, The Round House: La Grande Eugene
The above is the best quality scan I could make of this programme.
London, Chalk Farm, The Round House: Camden Beach, July 29-August 29, 2016
I picked up the above card at Theatro Technis, August 2, 2016.

Re above and below, The Roundhouse and The Round House are used interchangeably; the former is correct, but don’t blame me.

London, Chalk Farm, The Roundhouse: A double-sided flyer for The Tiger Lillies, February 3, 2017
Not sure where I picked up the above.

London, Charles Dickens Museum: Charles Dickens Museum, December 2013 * WEST
The above small, double-sided flyer could have been placed in one of the other sections; I have put it here because it is a programme that advertises specfically Christmas 2013.

Chelsea Boys Club

London: Chelsea Boys’ Club presents Sporting Celebraties V Chelsea Boys’ Club Old Boys XI, November 11, 1973
The above is an A5 pamphlet. Yes, Celebraties, oh dear. They are also inconsistent with their apostrophes - see below.
London: Chelsea Boys Club v Pollards Hill F.C.Under 17 Cup Final, April 27, 1978
The above consists of two pieces of A4 paper stapled together at the corner.
London: Chelsea Boys Club 50th Anniversary Ball, February 22, 1986

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London: Chelsea Centre Theatre: Flyer for Love Kevin
The above was found in one of the NCROPA files - see below.
London, Chelsea Centre Theatre: Love Kevin, February 25-March 2, 1991
The above was not easy to scan. It is a long leaflet folded twice to make 4 pages; it has been overscanned here; the first two scans are one side; the second two constitute the second side. The first part of the first scan is the front of the leaflet; the second part of the second scan is the back page.

The last page of the file is a press cutting that was found inside the leaflet; on the back of this is written

‘Capital Gay’
8/3/91

London, Chelsea, King’s Road Theatre: The Rocky Horror Show
The above was given to me by Ted Goodman on February 10, 2015 along with some other Webb-related material that had slipped through the net. It has been folded. Note the misspelling of Oh! Calcutta! in the advertisement on the last page as shown here.

London, Chelsea Theatre: A double-sided A5 flyer for Assassins * WEST

London, Chelsea, Westminster Institute: The Lady’s Not For Burning, January 26-7, 1961
The above programme is a single sheet of paper folded in half to make a 4 page leaflet/pamphlet. It is scanned here pages 4 (back) & 1 (front), 2 & 3, inside. The pages are 20.4cm by 12.7cm approximately.

London, Chiswick Empire: Programme for The Water Gipsies
The above is scanned back page first then pages in order. This was added August 3, 2015. I cannot remember for certain but it was delivered by either Goodman or Taha, most likely the former.

London, Cinema Museum: A folded glossy piece of paper, programme for March 2014 * WEST

City of London, St Sepulcre-without-Newgate: An A5 flyer for the English Baroque Choir, Britten Connected, November 23, 2013 * WEST

London, Coliseum: Humpty Dumpty by Emile Littler, 1943?
The above consists of one piece of paper folded to make a 4 page pamphlet; it is scanned here back & front then inside,
London, Coliseum: Annie Get Your Gun, June 7, 1947
London, Coliseum: Die Fledermaus
London, Coliseum: Call Me Madam
London, Coliseum: Mister Roberts
London, Coliseum: The Pajama Game
Above and below, this is the same programme with different advertisements; I have also scanned the second as individual pages.
London, Coliseum: The Pajama Game
London, Coliseum: The Most Happy Fella * C
The above is the best copy I could make without damaging the programme; at the end of the file is the scan of an enclosure, a one-sided advertising leaflet.
London, Coliseum: Cinderella - the first scan in the file is the back page/front page of the programme.
London, Coliseum: Can-Can by Cole Porter, October 14, 1954 In the above, the back page has been scanned first; the rest are in order.

London, Conway Hall: A double-sided A5 card for How To Be An Effective Altruist, June 8, 2015
I believe I picked this up at Goldsmiths on June 6, 2015.

London, Covent Garden, Lyceum Theatre: A folded glossy leaflet for The Lion King, 2014 * WEST

London, Covent Garden, Royal Opera House: Ballet Season, 1950
London, Covent Garden, Royal Opera House: The Tales Of Hoffmann, November 5, 1957
London, Covent Garden, Royal Opera House: Tosca by Puccini, January 14, 1958
The first scan of the above file consists of the back page and front page; the rest are in numerical order. This is the best copy possible.
London, Covent Garden, Royal Opera House: Sylvia, February 27, 1958
London, Covent Garden, Royal Opera House: The Lady And The Fool..., April 5, 1958
London, Covent Garden, Royal Opera House: AIDA, July 8, 1958
London, Covent Garden, Royal Opera House: Ondine, November 5, 1958
The first scan of the above is the back page/front page; the rest of the programme is scanned in order. This is an insert.
London, Covent Garden, Royal Opera House: The Sleeping Beauty, January 20, 1959
London, Covent Garden, Royal Opera House: Le Baiser de la Fée, April 12, 1960
The above is A4 size or thereabouts.
London, Covent Garden, Royal Opera House: Carmen, October/November 2015
I can’t remember when and where I picked up the above double-sided A5 flyer.

London, Coventry Street, Prince Of Wales Theatre: The World Of Suzie Wong, November 17, 1959, * C
London, Coventry Street, Prince Of Wales Theatre: Mister Venus - This had an enclosure, a reservation leaflet for Chrysanthemum
London, Coventry Street, Prince Of Wales Theatre: The Book Of Mormon, 2013 * WEST
The above glossy flyer is a folded leaflet scanned here back & front pages then inside, ie pages 2 & 3. Each page is letter size. It has been scanned correctly, ie the top part of the man’s face is cut out in the original.

London, Crofton Park, Rivoli Ballroom: An A4 poster for a 70s/80s night, July 25, 2015
The above was culled from a phone box in Sydenham Road in the small hours of June 25, 2015.
London, Crofton Park, Rivoli Ballroom: An A4 poster for a NIGHT OF THE GLAMOUR GHOULS, October 24, 2015
The above is an A4 flyer for a Halloween party organised by Rouges; I found it stapled to a tree near Penge East Station on October 9, 2015.

London, Crofton Park, Rivoli Ballroom: a Disco by Rouge, November 28, 2015
I picked up the above single-sided A5 flyer for 70s & 80s disco music in my local launderette on November 13, 2015.

London, Crystal Palace: A one-sided A5 flyer for the Mind-Body & Soul Fair, June 1, 2014
I picked up the above in my local Internet caff, June 9, 2014.
London, Crystal Palace: A double-sided glossy A5 flyer for REMODEL DA RUNWAY, February 28, 2015
I picked up the above in my local Internet caff on April 1, 2015.
London, Crystal Palace: A small double-sided flyer for the The Netherlands National Circus, March 24-31, 2015
The above is slightly shorter than A6 in height. The second page has been rotated 90 degrees clockwise. I picked it up in my local Internet caff on April 1, 2015.

London, Crystal Palace: A flyer for Circus Fantasia
I picked up the above discount voucher in a shop near Penge East Station on September 14, 2015. It is around 21.2cm in height. The reverse has been rotated 90 degrees clockwise.

London, Crystal Palace: A token for Irvine Leisure Family Fair, October 2-18, 2015
I picked up the above in the launderette on September 29, 2015. It measures 8.5 x 6cm approximately.

London, Crystal Palace: An A5 flyer for Crystal Palace Fireworks, November 5, 2015
I picked up the above in the Internet caff on October 26, 2015. It is actually double-sided but the two sides are exactly the same.

London, Crystal Palace, Auckland Road: An A5 flyer for Picnic Fun, August 5, 2015 * WEST

London, Crystal Palace: An A5 flyer for Crystal Palace Food Market
I think I picked up the above in Penge Library, May 2014.

London, Crystal Palace Park, Jubilee Gardens: An A4 poster advertising A Vintage Extravaganza, June 28, 2015
I found the above stuck to a pole outside the Blenheim Centre in Penge on July 2, 2015.

London, Deptford, Albany Garden: An A5 flyer for the Albany Garden, Autumn 2017
I picked up the above double-sided A6 card at the Sydenham Centre, September 5, 2017.

London, Deptford, Albany Theatre: An A5 flyer for the Bantu Blues Band, March 14, 2014 * WEST
London, Deptford, Albany Theatre: A double-sided A5 flyer for Street Girl, May 27-8, 2016 * WEST
London, Deptford, Albany Theatre: A double-sided A5 flyer for Ugly Duckling, December 4-31, 2017, * WEST

London, Deptford Lounge: A glossy A5 card flyer for the The Man In The Mirror, April 25, 2015 * BARB

London, Deptford, The Duke: A flyer (A5 I think!) for Deptford Dub Club, July 18, 2015 * WEST

London, Dominion Theatre: A flyer for the Elf the musical, October 24, 2015-January 2, 2016 * WEST
The above folded flyer is 21cm in height.

London, Drury Lane, New London Theatre: A double-sided flyer for The Elephantom, June 30, 2014 * WEST
London, Drury Lane, New London Theatre: Another flyer for The Elephantom, June 30, 2014 * WEST
London, Drury Lane, New London Theatre: A folded A4 flyer for Show Boat, 2016 * WEST

London, Drury Lane, Theatre Royal: My Fair Lady * C
London, Drury Lane, Theatre Royal: The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas, February 1981
London, Drury Lane, Theatre Royal: Charlie And The Chocolate Factory, June 2013 * WEST
The above is a double-sided glossy card.

London, Drury Lane, Winter Garden Theatre: Ah! Quelle Folie, June 28, 1958

London, Duchess Theatre: The Dirtiest Show In Town
London, Duchess Theatre: The Play That Goes Wrong (2015) * West

London, Duke Of York’s Theatre: The Big Knife, January 1, 1954
London, Duke Of York’s Theatre: Breath Of Spring, September 8, 1958
London, Duke Of York’s Theatre: Waiting In The Wings, September 7, 1960
London, Duke Of York’s Theatre: Perfect Nonsense * WEST
The above is a thick paper/thin card folded leaflet scanned here outside (back and front) then inside. Although undated, I picked it up in January 2014.
London, Duke Of York’s Theatre: The Nether, January 30-April 25, 2015 * WEST
The above is a two thirds A4 size (folded) thick paper/thin card flyer

London, Dulwich College, Edward Alleyn Theatre: The House Of Bernarda Alba, February 18-21, 2015 * WEST

London, Dulwich, Kingswood House: The Stars Shine, October 17, 2015
I picked up the above in the Internet caff on October 26, 2015.

London, Dulwich Park: A thin A5 card advertising Women Only Boot Camp, 2015
I picked up the above in a local supermarket, August 18, 2015.

London, Dulwich Pavilion/Dulwich Picture Gallery: Dulwich Pavilion/Dulwich Picture Gallery, Summer 2017
The above A5 card came through my front door June 16, 2017.

London, Dulwich Picture Gallery: The Amazing World of M.C. ESCHER, October 14, 2015-January 17, 2016
I picked up the above double-sided A5 flyer in the launderette, September 29, 2015.

London, East End: East End Film Festival, July 1-12, 2015
I picked up the above bookmark-type flyer in a restaurant after spending the day in the British Library, October 28, 2015. It is around 19.8cm in height.

London, East Village: A folded A5 flyer for Christmas Makers Market, December 2015 * WEST

London, Eltham, Bob Hope Theatre: Double-sided flyer for Pygmalion, March 12-5, 2014 * WEST
Re the above, if you are wondering why a theatre in South London is named after an American comedian, it’s because Bob Hope was born there.

London, ExCel: A folded leaflet for BRICK 2015, December, 11-3, 2015 * WEST
The above is a single-sided sheet of A4 paper scanned pages 4, 1, 2 & 3.

London, Forest Hill: The Power Of Divine Presence, September 11-5, 2013
This is a glossy A5 card with exactly the same artwork on both sides. I found this in one of the local Internet caffs on October 1, 2013. Praise the Lord!

London, Forest Hill, Christ Church Chapel & St. George: NLEMI, 2015
Praise the Lord with the Reverend Patrick A. Amankwah and the Reverend Samuel Agyapong. The above one-sided A5 leaflet is slightly larger than A5; I picked it up in the Internet caff on November 25, 2015.

London, Forest Hill, Horniman Museum & Gardens: extremes, February 15-November 2, 2014
I picked up the above double-sided flyer in a local caff on April 16, 2014.
London, Forest Hill, Horniman Museum & Gardens: Art Exhibition, June 6-7, 2015
I picked up the above A4 poster in the local Internet caff on June 5, 2015.
London, Forest Hill, Horniman Museum & Gardens: Romanian Easter Eggs, February 24-June 14, 2015 * WEST
The above is a scan of an A6 card; the back has been rotated 90 degrees counter-clockwise.
London, Forest Hill, Horniman Museum & Gardens: A thin, double-sided A5 flyer for The Robot Zoo, February 11-October 29, 2007

London, Forest Hill Library: A single-sided flyer for Puzzle Club, 2015
London, Forest Hill Library: A single-sided A5 flyer for Free Film Screenings, November 1-December 6, 2015
London, Forest Hill, Holy Trinity Church: A double-sided, slightly glossy A6 flyer for The Live Nativity, Christmas 2015 * WEST

London, Fulham: The Margaret Gray Cup, Imperial Athletic v Sloane United, April 21, 1974

London, Garrick Theatre: Mr Gillie, March 9, 1950
London, Garrick Theatre: Share My Lettuce
London, Garrick Theatre: The Bells Of Hell, August 1977
The first scan of the above consists of the back page and front page. The inside back page is an advertisement which has been rotated 90 degrees clockwise here.
London, Garrick Theatre: An A5 in height flyer for Gangsta Granny, July 26-September 3, 2017 * WEST

London, Globe Theatre: Blithe Spirit
London, Globe Theatre: Gabriel, July 13-August 18, 2013. I picked up this in Camden Library, August 2013.

London, Golders Green Hippodrome: Border Incident
London, Golders Green Hippodrome: Hotel Paradiso, July 22 19?? * C

London, Grays Inn Road: I Wanna Tell You A Story, October 11, 2015

The above is a single sheet of A4, folded, to make a 4 page A5 flyer. It was donated by Mark Taha complete with slant, faded print at the bottom of the third page, and creative spelling of Grays Inn Road.

London, Great Newport Street, Arts Theatre: A double-sided A5 flyer for A View From Islington North, May 18-July 2, 2016 * WEST

London, Greenwich, Comedy Club: A double-sided A6 flyer for Jazz Mafia, 2016 * WEST

London, Greenwich: Greenwich Theatre, Autumn Season 2013 * WEST
The first scan in the above file is the back page/front page, after which the pages are scanned in order.
London, Greenwich: Puss In Boots, November 21, 2013-January 5, 2014 * WEST

London, Greenwich: The O2: Jesus Christ Superstar, October 13, 2013 * WEST
As will be seen, the above is a flyer folded twice. The second and first sides of the first scan may look ragged round the edges, but this is part of the design. The scan itself is near perfect.
London, Greenwich, The O2: Stone Free Festival/Rainbow, June 17, 2017 * WEST
The above is a double-sided A5 thin card flyer. I was at the concert.
London, Greenwich, The O2: An A5 flyer for Bros, August 20, 2017
I picked up the above at The O2 on June 17, 2017; although it is double-sided, the sides are identical, so I have scanned only one side here.
London, Greenwich, The O2: A double-sided flyer A5 in height for Star Wars Exhibition, November 18, 2016-September 3, 2017 * WEST
London, Greenwich, The O2: A double-sided flyer A5 in height for Lady Antebellum, October 10, 2017 * WEST
The above is the same on both sides!

London, Guildhall: The National Chamber of Trade GUILDHALL BANQUET, October 11, 1961
Measuring approximately 25cm by 18.7cm, the above publication has been scanned as best as this equipment will allow without damaging it. It has a card cover and is printed on high quality paper. The inside front cover is blank so has not been scanned.

London, Guildhall Art Gallery: Nature Morte, September 7, 2017-April 2, 2018
I picked up the above A5 thick card at the ALCS party in September 2017.

London, Guildhall School of Music & Drama: Debussy & Donizetti, double bill, November 2013 * WEST
The above is a glossy A5 card; not sure which side is the front.
London, Guildhall School of Music & Drama: Flyer for the world premiere of Masada, December 7, 2013 * WEST
The above is a double-sided A5 flyer - thick paper/thin card. On the other side (the first page in the file) is a concert February 23, 2014
London, Guildhall School of Music & Drama: A double-sided flyer for Junior Guildhall..., May 31 & June 6, 2014 * WEST

London, Hackney Empire: A double sided A5 flyer for Opera, September 2013 * WEST
London, Hackney Empire: A double sided A5 card flyer for blues in the night, April 24-May 4, 2014 * WEST

London, Hammersmith, King’s Theatre: Oedipus, February 4, 1953
London, Hammersmith, King’s Theatre: As You Like It, February 16, 1953
The first scan in the above file is of the back page & front page; the rest are in order.
London, Hammersmith, King’s Theatre: King Lear, February 23, 1953
The first scan in the above file is of the back page & front page; the rest are in order.

London, Hampstead: A double sided A4 flyer for Freud Museum London, 2018 * WEST

London, Harold Pinter Theatre: A double sided A4 card flyer for Sunny Afternoon - Kinks musical, 2015 * WEST

London, Haymarket, Her Majesty’s Theatre: The Innocents, July 3, 1952
London, Haymarket, Her Majesty’s Theatre: West Side Story, December 12, 1958 * C
Page 3 of the above has been rotated 90 degrees.
London, Haymarket, Her Majesty’s Theatre: Bye Bye Birdie
The above includes an enclosure at the end of the file.

London, Haymarket: Lithuanian Fan Bar
I picked up the above double-sided A5 flyer in the Sydenham Lithuanian shop, September 15, 2015.

London, Haymarket: Rio 2016 at Lithuanian Fan Bar
I picked up the above postcard in the Sydenham Lithuanian shop, August 17, 2016.

London, Haymarket, Theatre Royal: Fatal Attraction, March 31, 2014 * WEST
London, Haymarket, Theatre Royal: Harvey, March 17-May 2, 2015 * WEST
The above is half two thirds A4 size.

London, Hen & Chickens Theatre: Secret Pages
The above is a flyer for a play about pornography by Bruce Jones; it was found in one of the NCROPA files.

London, Highgate Village: Nude With Violin, July 9-28, 2013
I picked up the above on my July 2013 visit to Theatro Technis. It is a double sided A5 promotional flyer for the Noël Coward play performed Upstairs At The Gatehouse.

London Hippodrome: Variety, 1957
London Hippodrome: Variety, 1957
London Hippodrome: The Dave King Show
The middle pages of the above have been scanned over.

London, Holborn & Deptford: Cockpit Arts, November & December 2015, * WEST The above of the above A5 card has been rotated 90 degrees.

London, House of Commons: A GUIDE FOR VISITORS to THE GALLERIES, * C
London, House of Commons: Yorkshire Watercolour Society, February 1, 1988 This is a piece of A3 card folded in half to make a 4 page A4 leaflet. There is a bit of overlap with the scanning of necessity - the fold goes through the title.

London, House of Lords: A GUIDE FOR VISITORS TO THE GALLERIES
The above 8 page pamphlet has a card cover; the inside front cover is blank, so has not been scanned.

London, Houses of Parliament: No Excuse For Domestic Abuse, January 20, 2014 * WEST
The above is a double-sided A5 flyer (produced by a bunch of cunts).

London, ICA Live Arts: Jezebel
The above programme consists of one piece of paper folded in 3 places to make a four page leaflet/pamphlet. It is scanned here as follows, first scan = back page and front page; third and fourth scan = inside; second page = the remainder.

London, ICA: Pornography
London, ICA: Pornography
The above two are leaflets; I’m not sure if the first page of the second is the front or the back of the leaflet, probably the latter. The former is A4; the latter is a glossy A5 flyer. They were both find in NCROPA files.

London, Institute of Historical Research: Open Day, January 20, 2015
The above is an A6 card. I cannot remember when and where I picked it up but it was probably in the British Library late 2014.

London Irish Centre: A double-sided A5 flyer for Somewhere Under The Rainbow, August 19, 2016 * WEST

London, Islington Assembly Hall: Raheem Devaughn, September 13, 2014
I picked up the above double-sided flyer in Sydenham - the shoe repair shop - on September 1, 2014

London, Islington, O2 Academy2: Mitch Daniels in NetTheBed, 2013 * WEST
The above is an A6 card.

London, Jermyn Street Theatre: I Have Been Here Before, by J.B. Priestley, May 3-21, 2006 * WEST
The above is a double-sided A5 flyer for a play by The New Actors Company.

London, Jewish Museum: A double-sided A5 flyer for Sukkot: Seeking Shelter, September 25-December 3, 2017
I picked up the above double-sided A5 card at the ALCS party in September 2017.

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I picked up the following at JW3 on August 26, 2015; they are all A5 in size.

London, JW3: JW3 membership form, 2015
London, JW3: Food & Drink at JW3, July-December, 2015
London, JW3: Mind Sports Olympiad at JW3, August 23-31, 2015
London, JW3: The Beach at JW3, July 5-August 31, 2015
London, JW3: Unifest at JW3, September 10, 2015

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I picked up the following at JW3 on August 25, 2016; they are all A5 in size.

London, JW3: A flyer for Cable Street Festival, 2016 The above is one sheet of A4 folded.
London, JW3: A flyer for Did you enjoy doing Science? - 2016
The scan quality of the above is not my fault.
London, JW3: A flyer for Film Night Out, 2016
London, JW3: A double-sided flyer for Hartbeeps and baby hartbeeps, 2016
London, JW3: A flyer for In The Woods (Limmud) August 25-9, 2016
London, JW3: A double-sided flyer for Krav Maga from May 2014
London, JW3: A flyer for MDAUK Trek, October 30-November 2, 2016
London, JW3: A flyer for MERCAZ BBYO - 2016
London, JW3: A double-sided card flyer for Neil Lerner Kitchens - 2016
London, JW3: A double-sided flyer for Super Soccer Stars - 2016
London, JW3: A card flyer for Sixties London exhibition at the Jewish Museum London, April 28-August 29, 2016

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I picked up the following at JW3 on August 22, 2017; they are all A5 in size.

London, JW3: A folded flyer for MSO 2017, August 20-28, 2017
London, JW3: A double-sided flyer for Klezmer in the Park, (ie Regent’s Park) 2017

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London, Kensington, Royal Garden Hotel: Programme of the Memorial Service for Shamsi Navidi, February 4, 2007
The above is A4 in size; Goodman gave it to me in February 2018.

London, Kent House: Summer Barbecue, June 27, 2015
The above is an A4 poster that was pinned to a fence in Sydenham Road (protected from the elements). I picked it up on June 29, although it had been there for some time. I really must stop doing this!

London, Kilburn High Road: Nuremberg, 1996
The height of the above publication is the width of a sheet of A4 paper. It is a glossy leaflet folded 3 times to make 8 sides or pages. It is scanned here as follows: pages 2, 3, & 4 (front); 5, 6 & 1 (back); 7 & 8. Someone, presumably David Webb, has put a red line through the top performance on page 8.

London, King’s College: A thin, double-sided A6 card flyer for Shakespeare 400, February 3-May 29, 2016 * WEST

London, Kings Cross: A free festival of knowledge..., August 29-30, 2015
I picked up the above double-sided A5 flyer in the British Library, August 26, 2015.

London, Kings Cross, Platform Theatre: Jekyll & Hyde, July 28-August 8, 2015
I picked up the above double-sided A5 flyer in a diner at Kings Cross on October 13, 2015.
London, King’s Cross, Platform Theatre: In The Heights, 2016 * WEST
The above - with an apostrophe - is A5 in height.

London, King’s Cross Theatre: A double-sided A5 flyer for Lazarus, October 25, 2016-January 22, 2017 * WEST

London, Lambeth Pier, Albert Embankment: Rip The Runway, June 28, 2015
I picked up the above double-sided glossy A5 card in Iceland, Penge, June 17, 2015.

London, Latimer Road, The Playground Theatre: A double-sided A5 flyer for The Little Prince, December 15, 2017-January 7, 2018 * WEST

London, Leicester Square, Odeon: The Best Of Enemies, December 2, 1961 * C

London, Leicester Square Theatre: Stick Man, November 7, 2015-January 3, 2015 * WEST
The above folded leaflet/thin card is A5 in height.

London: Lewisham: A double-sided A6 flyer: Darling, it’s twins!, 2017 * WEST

London: Lewisham: Join Lewisham’s cycle loan scheme, 2017
I picked up the above single-sided A5 flyer at the Sydenham Centre, September 5, 2017

London: Lewisham: A single-sided A5 flyer promoting Sugar Smart Lewisham, 2017
I picked up the above at the Sydenham Centre, September 5, 2017.

London: Lewisham, Adamsrill Primary School: Adamsfest, June 30, 2018
The above single-sided A5 flyer was picked up in The Dolphin at the Sydenham Santander farewell meeting.

London: Lewisham Local History Society A5 flyer, 2016 * WEST
The above is one sheet of A4, folded.

London, Lewisham: An A6 size postcard for Lewisham in poetry, school workshops, September 1, 2014
I picked up the above flyer at the Wells Park Community Centre on September 11, 2014.

London, Lewisham Central Reference Library: A single-sided A5 flyer for The Battle Of Lewisham exhibition, August 13, 2017 * WEST
Anyone who is both au fait with this scandalous 1977 riot and worldly wise will realise just what sort of a battle this really was.

London, Lewisham High Street: A small, single-sided A6 flyer for Library Tales
I picked up the above locally, I think it may have been a magazine insert.

London, Lewisham High Street: A double-sided flyer for Fridays At Skye
I picked up the above flyer in the Internet caff at Sydenham, November 2, 2015. It is about 12cm square.

London, Lewisham Hospital: A double-sided A5 flyer for Don’t Keep Calm...Get Angry
I picked up the above double-sided A5 flyer outside Lewisham Hospital, April 27, 2016.

London, Lewisham Libraries: A double-sided A5 flyer for Romanian Decorated Eggs - an exhibition, October 2, 2013-March 31, 2014 * WEST

London, Lewisham Library: A double-sided A5 flyer for Lewisham Library Events & Activities, February 2016 * WEST
The above has an unfortunate juxtaposition of Harry Potter and the celebration of LGBT history. Sodomy at Hogwarts?

London, Lewisham, Lewisham Parish Church: A single-sided A5 flyer for Winter Winds concert, December 3, 2017
I picked up the above at Lewisham Hospital on November 27, 2017.

London, Lewisham, Methodist Church Hall: A double-sided A5 flyer for Lewisham Local History Society monthly talks from February 26, 2016, * WEST

London, Lewisham, Mountsfield Park: A double-sided A5 flyer for Eid UL Adha, 2016
I picked up the above folded leaflet at Penge Food Store on September 5, 2016. The uneven edges are real!

London, Little Venice: Mr Rabbit meets Brer Santa, November 2015-January 2016
The above flyer for the Puppet Theatre Barge is A4 width in height; I cannot remember where I picked it up.

London, Madam Tussauds: A double-sided A5 flyer for The Game’s Afoot July 18-September 30, 2016 * WEST

London, May Fair Theatre: The Elocution Of Benjamin Franklin, circa 1976
Page 4 of the above file has been rotated 90 degrees clockwise.

London, Mayfair Theatre: The Business Of Murder
The first scan of the above consists of the back page and the front page.

London, Mermaid Theatre: The Bed Bug
The 9th page of the above file - the photograph of the restaurant - has been rotated 90 degrees clockwise.
London, Mermaid Theatre: Cavalcade Of Commonwealth
London, Mermaid Theatre: Two plays by Bernard Shaw, October 3, 1961
London, Mermaid Theatre: Arms And The Man, March 20, 1962
London, Mermaid Theatre: Rockets In Ursa Major, April 11, 1962
Two pages of the above have been rotated 90 degrees clockwise - the restaurant advert and the next page which mentions the poetry competition.
London, Mermaid Theatre: FUNNY PECULIAR, January 22, 1976
The above is a single sheet of paper folded 3 times. It is scanned here side 1 followed by side 2, the second side back to front. The first page and the last page of the file are the first and last pages as folded. This page and this one have been rotated to save you rotating your head!

London, Millwall: A double-sided A5 flyer for Millwall Lionesses Fixtures, April-October 2014
I picked up the above flyer at the Wells Park Commuity Centre on September 11, 2014.

London, Museum Of London: Santa’s Grotto, December 2017
I picked up the above double-sided A5 flyer in Beckenham Library.

London, Museum Of London: The City Is Ours, Until April 2018
I picked up the above thin A5 card at the ALCS party in September 2017.

London, National Film Theatre: National Film Theatre Programme, 1961?
The above publication is approximately 25.8cm by 21cm. It consists of the following:

Front cover, inside front cover - blank, not scanned; page 1, unnumbered; page 2, blank, not scanned; page 3; page 4; page 5; page 6; page 7; pages 8 & 9 - blank, not scanned; inside back cover and back cover - blank, not scanned. This scan is the best possible that could be made using my equipment without damaging the pamphlet.
London, National Film Theatre: The programme for the Fritz Lang season, January-February 1962
London, National Film Theatre: supplement to the above
Re the two above; the former is a 20 page pamphlet (including covers); its third page is numbered page 1. I found the second of the above inside it, and at first I thought it was the centre pages that had worked loose. Called LANG SEASON ADDITIONS, it is scanned here as follows: first scan = back page & front page; second scan = pages 2 & 3, ie inside.

London, National Gallery: Beyond Caravaggio, until January 15, 2017
I can’t remember when or where I picked up the above A6 card.

London, National Portrait Gallery: Laura Knight exhibition, July-October 2013 * WEST
London, National Portrait Gallery: Russia And The Arts, March 17-June 26, 2016 * WEST
The above is a folded A4 card.
London, National Portrait Gallery: Black Chronicles 1862-1948, May 18-December 11, 2016
I picked up the above double-sided A4 flyer at The Old Coffee House, January 31, 2017
London, National Portrait Gallery: A folded A5 flyer for the Taylor Wessing prize, November 16, 2017-February 8, 2018 * WEST

London, National Theatre: The Misanthrope, February 22, 1973 * C
The above programme consists of one sheet of paper folded twice to make six pages; it is scanned here front and back followed by the middle (three pages from one side of the leaflet). One page - the first part of the first side - is blank, so has not been scanned.

London, National Theatre: Equus
The above file contains two enclosures at the front followed by the actual programme. The first enclosure is printed on one side of a piece of paper 20.4cm by 10.8cm; the second sheet is printed on both sides, and measures 22.8cm by 12.7cm approximately. The programme measures 22.8cm by 14.5cm. It is not constructed in a regular fashion because two of its pages open out. Because of both this and the limitations of my equipment, some of the pages have been scanned over.
London, National Theatre: 50th year
The above is something called Platforms; it is a folded A4 card
London, National Theatre: From Morning To Midnight, from November 19, 2013 * WEST
London, New Theatre: One Man, Two Guvnors * WEST
The above is a thick paper/thin card folded leaflet scanned here outside (back and front) then inside. Although undated, I picked it up in January 2014.

London, National Theatre: A double-sided A5 card flyer for As You Like It, October 26-March 5, 2016 * WEST
London, New Theatre: Chekhov Season, July-September 2016 * WEST

London, Natural History Museum: Ice Rink, October 31, 2013-January 5, 2014 * WEST
The above flyer is A4 width in height.

London, New Cross: Flyer for Secondhand Saturday Market, June 6, 2015
I found the above A4 flyer pinned to a tree on my way to Goldsmiths College, June 6, 2015. It includes an invitation to The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party which is said to start at 2.30pm at Besson Street Community Garden.

London, New Cross, Goldsmiths: Anti-UKIP flyer, February 10, 2015
The above is a glossy A6 card I picked up at Goldsmiths on June 6, 2015. If it is slightly slanted, that is not my fault.

London, New Cross, Goldsmiths: A double-sided 6 flyer for The Space in Between, June 2015
I picked up the above at Goldsmiths on June 6, 2015.

London, New Cross, Goldsmiths: European Skeptics Congress, September 11-13, 2015
I picked up the above A5 flyer at Goldsmiths on June 6, 2015; I am 99 per cent certain from the conference bookstall.

London, New Cross, Goldsmiths: Vote Autumn And Adam [smiths magazine], 2015-2016
I picked up the above at Goldsmiths on June 6, 2015; the slant is not mine! It is an approximately A6 flyer/canvassing leaflet or some such.

London, New Cross, Goldsmiths: Lewisham Youth Conference 2016, February 20, 2016 * WEST

London, New Theatre: Hamlet
The above was put on by The Old Vic Theatre Company.
London, New Theatre: She Stoops To Conquer
The above is scanned last page first and then in order.

London, North Finchley: Contemporary Judaica, June 21-8, 2015
I may have picked up the above double-sided A5 card at JW3.

London, Old Bond Street: Desmond Rayner at Wylma Wayne Fine Art, May 13, 1985
The above is a glossy card for the above exhibition at 17 Old Bond Street, part of The American Festival; it is scanned here back & front, inside. The third page of the file is a one-sided enclosure headed “U.S, ELECTION NIGHT 1980”. In spite of the 5 year time gap, these documents appear to belong together. The card is A5, ie one sheet of folded A4; the paper enclosure measures 19.2cm by 11cm approximately.

London, Old Red Lion Theatre: A double-sided A5 flyer for The Past Is A Tattooed Sailor, August 2-28, 2016 * WEST

London, Olympia: Ticket for The 50+ Show, July 10-12, 2014
I picked up the above in Penge Library, June 24, 2014

London: Open House Open House, September 19-20, 2015 * WEST
The above is an A5 folded flyer.
London, Croydon Airport, Open House London: A5 flyer for Croydon Airport, Open House London, September 19-20, 2015 * WEST

London, Opera Rara Music Library: Opera Rara Autumn 2013 events * WEST
The above is a glossy double sided A5 flyer. Most people would consider the second scan to be the front, but whatever.

London, Palace Theatre: The Sound Of Music

London Palladium: ZIEGFELD AT THE PALLADIUM
The above is a glossy leaflet some 28.9cm by 19.7cm.
London Palladium: Here, There And Everywhere, 1947
The above - which was rescued by Mark Taha - has been scanned front & back pages first, then the rest in order.
London Palladium: Rocking The Town
The middle pages of the above have been scanned over due to the layout of the programme and the limitations of my equipment.
London Palladium: March 28, 1955
London Palladium: High Time!
London Palladium: Variety, circa 1956
London Palladium: Swinging Down The Lane!, May 29, 1959 * C
The middle pages of the above have been scanned over due to the limitations of my equipment.
London Palladium: STARS in YOUR EYES, June 3, 1960
The middle pages of the above programme have been scanned over.
London Palladium: Little Old King Cole, 1962
The above contains an enclosure, a four page pull out - ie a folded leaflet headed A MONTH of ALL-STAR VARIETY. This has not been pulled out, so I have scanned it in situ. Due to my lack of expertise, you will see bits of the programme at the edges.
London Palladium: Robinson Crusoe, Christmas Pantomime
Some pages of above have been scanned over due to the size of the programme and the limitations of my equipment.
London Palladium: Flyer for The Amazing Bubble Man, December 12, 2013-January 4, 2014 * WEST

London, Palladium House: Theatrical Art Exhibition, May 30-June 5, 1970 * C

London, Panton Street, Comedy Theatre: Five Finger Exercise, July 16, 1958
The programmes above and below are not quite duplicates. They were given to me by Goodman in February 2015; they belonged to David Webb, but had slipped through the net. They are scanned here back cover first and then in order.
London, Panton Street, Comedy Theatre: Five Finger Exercise, July 16, 1958

London, Peckham: Theatre Peckham, Courses 2013-14 * WEST
The above is a piece of A4 card folded in half; it is scanned here back page & front; pages 2-3 (ie inside).

London, Peckham Rye: Peckham Rye Music Festival, May 12-21, 2017
The above is a thin double-sided card I picked up...I know not where.

London, Penge: Once Upon A Royal Time, June 18, 2015 * WEST
The above is a presentation by Penge Festival.

London, Penge: A double-sided A5 flyer for Penge Jumble Trail, June 21, 2015 * WEST
I also picked up one of the above in Venner Road on June 19, 2015.
London, Penge: A double-sided A5 flyer for Penge Jumble Trail, July 2, 2017
I found the above appended to a lamp post in Venner Road, July 6. My apologies for the felt pen handwriting.

London, Penge: A single-sided A4 flyer for Cator Road Street Sale/Jumble Trail, April 10, 2016.
Cator Road could probably be classed as Sydenham as much as Penge, whatever, I picked up the above in Sydenham Road, April 15, 2016.

London, Penge, Bridge House Theatre: An A5 flyer for Friday Comedy Night, February 28, 2014
I picked up the above in my local laundrette, March 4, 2014.
London, Penge, Bridge House Theatre: Red Sky Blue Sky, September 29-October 19, 2014
The above double-sided A5 flyer came through my front door September 15, 2014.
London, Penge, Bridge House Theatre: A double-sided A5 flyer for The Frida Kahlo Of Penge West, November 4-23, 2014
I picked up the above in Penge Library on November 6, 2014.

London, Penge, Challin Street: An A4 flyer for Halloween Street Party & Fundraiser, October 31, 2015
I found the above stuck outside the shopping precinct in Penge

London, Penge, Christ Central Church: You Can Sing!, 2015
I picked up the above double-sided A5 card at the Pengeulum Festival, June 27, 2015.

London, Penge, Christ Central Church: Christ Central Kick Academy, 2015
I picked up the above double-sided A5 card at the Pengeulum Festival, June 27, 2015.

London, Penge, Christ Central Church: Kidz Klub, 2015
I picked up the above double-sided A5 card at the Pengeulum Festival, June 27, 2015.

London, Penge, Congregational Church: A double-sided A5 flyer for Arina Lazgiian recital, October 14, 2017
I picked up the above double-sided flyer at Beckenham Library, October 4, 2017

London, Penge, Crooked Billet: An A4 flyer for Penge & Cator Park Labour Party, December 12, 2015
The above A4 leaflet came through my front door in an envelope on December 7, 2015. It is an invitation to the Christmas party. I went, and met John Courtneidge there.

London, Penge, Holy Trinity Church: A single-sided A6 card for Hatha Yoga with Katy Broomfield, 2015
I picked up the above card when I went to vote at the church hall on May 7, 2015.

London, Penge, Holy Trinity Church: Holy Trinity Church, 8th Annual Auction, October 4, 2014
The above single-sided A5 flyer came through my front door September 24, 2014.

London, Penge, Holy Trinity Church: A single-sided A5 flyer for 11th Annual Auction, October 7, 2017
The above came through my front door on Septmber 7, 2017. You may notice this is alluded to as Holy Trinity, Beckenham. I have no idea why, because it is nowhere near Beckenham.

London, Penge, Newlands Park: A double-sided A6 flyer for Wing Chun Kung Fu & Qi Gong Training * WEST

London, Penge/Crystal Palace area: Joining The Dots, 2015 * WEST
The above one-sided A5 flyer is apparently part of some sort of consultation document for the area issued by the office of the Mayor of London.

London, Penge: Double-sided flyer for McDonald’s
I was handed the above in Penge High Street on April 16, 2015. I won’t be making a habit of collecting this sort of thing!
London, Penge: One-sided flyer Penge Film Club, April 16, 2015 * WEST
The above leaflet is slanted, not the scan!
London, Penge: One-sided flyer for Penge Festival Poetry Competition, May 15, 2015 * WEST
London, Penge: Folded A4 flyer for Winsford Gardens/Penge Green Gym * WEST
London, Penge East Community Centre: A double-sided A5 flyer for Pirate Pete & The Magic Lamp, May 13, 2018
I picked up the above in a Penge caff on May 4, 2018.

London, Penge, Holy Trinity Church: A folded A4 sheet for Holy Trinity goes Green, 2015
I picked up the above leaflet when I went to vote in May 2015.

London, Penge, Holy Trinity Church: An A5 flyer for Free weight loss coaching seminar, May 19, 2016
The above came through my front door on May 15, 2016.

London, Penge Library: A single-sided A5 flyer for Crafty Saturdays, June 6, 2015 * WEST
London, Penge Library: A single-sided A5 flyer for Crafty Saturdays, August 1, 2015 * WEST
London, Penge Library: A single-sided A5 flyer for Crafty Saturdays, December 15, 2015.
I picked up the above in Penge Library on December 11, 2015.

London, Penge Library: A single-sided A5 flyer for What did you do during the Great War, Bromley?, June 19, 2015 * WEST

London, Penge Library: Coffee Morning Talk on rogue traders, January 19, 2016 * WEST
The above one-sided flyer is A5 in height but not quite that in width.

London, Penge Library: Coffee Morning Coffee Morning with Mike Uden, April 1, 2016 * WEST
The above one-sided flyer is A5 in height but not quite that in width.

London, Penge: One-sided flyer for Penge Festival Poetry Competition, June 3, 2016
I picked up the above in Penge Library, I remember not when, probably early in 2016.

London, Penge, Royston Fields: A double-sided A5 flyer for Penge Festival Fête, June 13, 2015
I found the above in a phone box on Penge High Street on June 15, 2015. I really have to stop doing this!
London, Penge, Royston Fields: An A5 card for Pengeulum Festival, June 27, 2015
I picked at the above at the actual event.

London, Penge, The Goldsmiths Arms: A single-sided A5 flyer for Christmas Vintage Bazaar, December 11, 2015 * WEST

London, Penge, The Royston Halls & East Dulwich Tavern: A double-sided A5 flyer for ...funky family disco..., February 27 & March 12, 2016 * WEST

London, Perry Hill, Livesey Memorial Hall: Wrestling, April 28, 2017
I picked up the above single-sided A5 flyer in the launderette on April 19, 2017.

London, Phoenix Theatre: Hamlet Prince Of Denmark, December 8, 1955
London, Phoenix Theatre: Camino Real, April 8, 1957
London, Phoenix Theatre: Canterbury Tales, March 21, 1968 * C
The above conains an enclosure printed on one side of paper only, on the first page of the files.
London, Phoenix Theatre: Carte Blanche, September 1976
The above is 21.6cm by 13.4cm approximately. The insert at the back of the file printed on one side is 22.2cm by 11.6cm approximately. Thanks to Mark Taha for rescuing this one.
London, Phoenix Theatre: Satryicon, May 1981
London, Phoenix Theatre: Once, 2013 * WEST
The above is a folded card; it is scanned here back page & front then inside, ie pages 2 & 3. Each page is letter size.

London, Piccadilly Circus, Criterion Theatre: Charles Dickens
London, Piccadilly Circus, Criterion Theatre: Birthday Honours

London, Piccadilly Theatre: The Gay Dog, June 11, 1952
The above programme consists of one piece of paper folded in half; the scan includes two press cuttings (photographs) that I found inside it.
London, Piccadilly Circus, Criterion Theatre: Bad Samaritan, June 24, 1953

London, Piccadilly Theatre: The Rape Of The Belt, December 12, 1957
London, Piccadilly Theatre: Mexican Dance Company, July 18, 1960 * C
The middle pages of the above have been scanned over due to the limitations of my equipment.
London, Piccadilly Theatre: Romanoff And Juliet, May 17, 1956
London, Piccadilly Theatre: An Ideal Husband, August 1966
London, Piccadilly Theatre: I And Albert, 1972
David Webb appeared in the above musical.
London, Piccadilly Theatre: Privates On Parade, February 1978
The first scan in the above file is the back page & front page; the rest of the scans are in order.
London, Piccadilly Theatre: A Night With Dame Edna, January 1979
London, Piccadilly Theatre: Once In A Lifetime, April 1980
London, Piccadilly Theatre: Annie ‘A Glorious Revival’, 2017
I picked up the above double-sided A4 flyer in Beckenham Library in August 2017.

London, Portugal Street, Peacock Theatre: A double-sided flyer for Snow White by London Children’s Ballet, April 23-6, 2015

London, Prince Edward Theatre: A double-sided folded A4 flyer for Aladdin - musical, May 20, 2016 * WEST

London, Queen’s Theatre: The Aspern Papers
London, Queen’s Theatre: The Patrick Pearse Motel, June 17, 1971
London, Queen’s Theatre: The Card, July 24, 1973

London, Regent Theatre: Flowers, March 27, 1974 * C
The above includes an enclosure at the end of the file, printed on one side only and thus so scanned.
London, Regent Theatre: Let My People Come, August 19, 1974
London, Regent Theatre: Let My People Come, August 19, 1974 (see also above)
London, Regent Theatre: Let My People Come, (see also above)
London, Regent Theatre: Sexual Perversity In Chicago & Duck Variations, 1978
London, Regent’s Park, Cecil Sharp House: Autumn highlights, 2015
I picked up the above (I think in a restaurant) after spending the day in the British Library, October 28, 2015.

London, Royal Academy of Dramatic Art: Performance by FINALS I, The Governess, October 21, 1953
The above is one sheet of foolscap paper printed on one side. The credits include David Webb.
London, Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, Vanbrugh Theatre, Candida
The above is an 8 page pamphlet, including covers. The inside front cover and entire back cover are blank, therefore have not been scanned.

London, Royal Albert Hall: Promenade Concerts Winter Series, January 16, 1950
London, Royal Albert Hall: Promenade Concerts, August 26, 1958
London, Royal Albert Hall: Quidam by Cirque Du Soleil, January 2014 * WEST

London, Royal College of Art: Exhibition, 1969
The above is a folded card printed on the first 3 of its 4 sides.
London, Royal College of Art: Exhibition Card, June 14-9, 1973
The above card is scanned back & front - first scan; inside - second scan.
London, Royal College of Art: Invitation Card, 1976 * C
The above is a small card scanned here side 4 (blank) & 1, 2 & 3.

London, Royal Courts Of Justice: Royal Courts Of Justice, tours * WEST
The leaflets above and below could have been listed elsewhere, but I have included them here as programmes. The one below is a single sided slip of paper; the one above is an A4 sheet folded twice, as can be seen from the layout.
London, Royal Courts Of Justice: Royal Courts Of Justice, tours * WEST

London, Royal Festival Hall: The Hoffnung Interplanetary Music Festival 1958, November 21-2, 1958
London, Royal Festival Hall: An Evening Of Organ Music, March 8, 1980 * C
The above programme has an insert (at the end of the file) - the last two pages - a folded A4 leaflet.
London, Royal Festival Hall: London Philharmonic Orchestra, November 27, 2013 & April 12, 2014
The above is an A5 thin card/thick paper flyer; not sure which is the front and which the back.

London, Royal National Theatre: The School For Scandal
Due to the size of the pages and the limitations of my equipment, some of the centre pages of the above have been scanned over. The programme measures 23.8cm by 16.5cm; the last two pages of the file are the front and back of the leaflet inserted therein; this measures 22.8 by 14cm approximately.

London, Royalty Theatre: Oh! Calcutta!

London, Rupert Street: Flyer/programme for The Other Cinema, April 7-May 13, 2004
I found the above in the CAC file, so it was probably sent to Goodman rather than Webb.

London, Russell Street, Fortune Theatre: At The Drop Of A Hat, January 24, 1957
The above programme is scanned pages 4 (back) and 1 (front), 2 & 3 - inside.
London, Russell Street, Fortune Theatre: Look Who’s Here! January 21, 1960

London, Sadler’s Wells Theatre: Carl Rosa Opera
London, Sadler’s Wells Theatre: The Flying Dutchman, October 29, 1958
London, Sadler’s Wells Theatre: Sierra Leone National Dance Troupe, July 19, 1966
London, Sadler’s Wells Theatre: The Mastersingers Of Nuremberg by Wagner, January 31, 1968
Two pages of the above have been rotated her 90 degrees clockwise: page 10 and page 21.
As with all the programmes in this archive, there is no guarantee that David Webb attended the performance on the date given or at all.
London, Sadler’s Wells Theatre: A folded glossy leaflet for the London Flamenco Festival, March 1-15, 2014 * WEST
London, Sadler’s Wells Theatre: A thin A5 card for Vamos Cuba!, July 26-August 20, 2016 * WEST
London, Sadler’s Wells Theatre: A double-sided A5 card flyer for Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, September 6-17, 2016 * WEST

London, St. James Studio: Double sided letter sized flyer for Opera Naked, October 15-20, 2013 * WEST

London, St. James’s Theatre: Comedie Française, May 4, 1953
London, St. James’s Theatre: Pygmalion
London, St. James’s Theatre: The Seagull
The above programme is four pages, ie one sheet of paper folded in half. It is scanned here pages 4 & 1, 2 & 3.

London, St. John Smith’s Square: Christodoulos Georgiades 70th Birthday Celebration, November 30, 2013 * WEST
London, St. John Smith’s Square: Mozart’s Requiem, November 13, 2013 * WEST

London, St. John’s Wood, Ben Uri Gallery: Yalta 1945 exhibition, 2017
I may have picked up the above double-sided flyer at The Old Coffee House

London, St. Martin in the Fields: Frankie Howerd - service of thanksgiving, July 8, 1992
The above A5 pamphlet has a card cover; the inside front cover, the last two pages and the entire back cover are blank so have not been scanned.
London, St. Martin in the Fields: MEET the MUSIC, 2013-4 season * WEST
The above double-sided flyer is A4 height in width and goes into an A4 page 3 times, whatever side that is.
London, St. Martin in the Fields: Beyond The Horizon, January 7, 2014 * WEST
London, St. Martin in the Fields: Eine kleine Nachtmusik by Candlelight, May 16, 2014
The above is a one-sided A5 flyer; it was handed to me on the day by a bloke outside the National Gallery in Trafalgar Square.

London: St. Martin’s Lane, New Theatre: Antigone
The above contains an insert; the programme is 18.6cm by 12.4cm; the insert at the end of the file is 12.4cm by 10cm approximately (it is a big ragged).
London, St. Martin’s Lane, New Theatre: The Millionairess, June 27, 1952
London, St. Martin’s Lane, New Theatre: The Millionairess, June 27, 1952 (extra page)
Re the above, this is a scan of the front cover only of a slightly different copy of the programme immediately above. This appears to be the only difference.
London: St. Martin’s Lane, New Theatre: Dear Charles, December 18, 1952
London, St. Martin’s Lane, New Theatre: The School For Scandal
London, St. Martin’s Lane, New Theatre: The Tragedy Of King Richard III
London: St. Martin’s Lane, New Theatre: The Way Of The World
London: St. Martin’s Lane, New Theatre: The Grass Is Greener, December 2, 1956
London: St. Martin’s Lane, New Theatre: Oliver!, June 30, 1960

London: St. Martin’s Lane, Noël Coward Theatre: The Full Monty, February 20, 2014 * WEST
The above is a folded, glossy leaflet, A4 width in height.
London: St. Martin’s Lane, Noël Coward Theatre: Good People, April 10-June 14, 2014 * WEST
London: St. Martin’s Lane, Noël Coward Theatre: Shakespeare In Love, 2015 * WEST
The above is a slightly glossy piece of thick paper/thin card, A4 in size, folded twice.

London, St. Martin’s Theatre: Penny Plain, apparently August 7, 1951
London, St. Martin’s Theatre: The Mousetrap, 1986
The above programme was slightly too big for my scanner so I should have scanned it a page at a time. I did not, but I have not omitted any text although some of the borders have been missed in whole or in part. My apologies.
London, St. Martin’s Theatre: On A Foggy Day

London, St. Paul’s Cathedral: Evening service and sermon, July 6, 1952 * C
London, St. Paul’s Cathedral: BLITZ REQUIEM, September 26, 2013 * WEST

London, Saville Theatre: Big Boy, 1945
The above was rescued by Mark Taha; it is scanned here pages 4 & 1, 2 & 3

London, Savoy Place: A double-sided A5 flyer for emPower yourSelf, November 13, 2015
I picked up the above in my local launderette, November 9, 2015.

London, Savoy Theatre: To Dorothy A Son
London, Savoy Theatre: Relative Values * C
The above includes an insert; the play appears to have opened January 1952.
London, Savoy Theatre: The Ring Of Truth, 1959? * C
The above is torn slightly.
London, Savoy Theatre: The Secretary Bird
London, Savoy Theatre: Noises Off
The back page of the above has been rotated anti-clockwise, and the page featuring the beer advertisement has been rotated clockwise.
London, Savoy Theatre: Let It Be * WEST
The above is a single sheet of glossy paper folded in half; its height is the width of A4. It is scanned here back & front; then inside. It has been scanned correctly; it is the text that is slanted, not me. Well, me too!
London, Savoy Theatre: Imelda Staunton in Gypsy
I picked up the above card in Penge Library on May 2, 2015; it is A5 in height.
London, Savoy Theatre: Dreamgirls, 2016/7 * WEST
The above folded flyer is A5 in height. It is scanned here: back, front then inside. See also immediately below.
London, Savoy Theatre: Dreamgirls, from November 2016
The above is A5 in height; I think I picked it up at The Old Coffee House

London, Scala Theatre: Finian’s Rainbow, February 28-March 3, 1962
The above programme measures 24.2cm by 18.3cm approximately; the middle pages have been scanned over slightly due to the layout. There is some handwriting on the top of the back cover.

London, Shaftesbury Avenue, Globe Theatre: The Complaisant Lover
London, Shaftesbury Avenue, Globe Theatre: The White Carnation
The above includes a scan of a press cutting (photograph).
London, Shaftesbury Avenue, Globe Theatre: Eighty In The Shade
The above includes an enclosure at the end of the file.

London, Shaftesbury Avenue, Gielgud Theatre: The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time, June 3, 2017 (final performance) * WEST
The above flyer is A5 in height.

London, Shaftesbury Avenue, Palace Theatre: Vic Oliver concert programme, May 19, 1946
The above has been autographed. It appears to be complete, and if so has been scanned pages 4 & 1, then 2 & 3, ie back and front then inside.
London, Shaftesbury Avenue, Palace Theatre: King’s Rhapsody, September 15, 1949
The front cover of the above says Palace Theatre Cambridge Circus - Cambridge Circus is on Shaftesbury Avenue. This programme is in very poor condition; the middle pages have been scanned over due to the limitations of my equipment.

London, Shaftesbury Avenue, Palace Theatre: Where’s Charley?, February 20, 1958
The middle pages of the above programme have been scanned over due to the limitations of my equipment.
London, Shaftesbury Avenue, Palace Theatre: Philippine Dance Company, January 12, 1960 * C
London, Shaftesbury Avenue, Palace Theatre: Flower Drum Song

London, Shaftesbury Avenue, Saville Theatre: Expresso Bongo, April 23, 1958
London, Shaftesbury Avenue, Saville Theatre: Ballets by Jerome Robbins, August 1-19, 1961 * C
London, Shaftesbury Avenue, Saville Theatre: Valmouth
London, Shaftesbury Theatre: Maggie, October 1977

London, Shaw Theatre: Flyer for The Night We Buried Judy Garland
This is the back of the flyer rotated 90 degrees clockwise
The above was found in one of the NCROPA files - see also document immediately below.
London, Shaw Theatre: Flyer for Wednesday Matinee
The above was found in one of the NCROPA files, and includes The Night We Buried Judy Garland. The latter is dated June 8, 1995.
London, Shaw Theatre: Double-sided A4 flyer for Cinderella, December 13-31, 2013 * WEST

London, Shepherd’s Bush, Bush Theatre: undated flyer
The above is a single sheet of stiff paper very slightly smaller than A4 in size, folded twice. The front is the third frame of the first scan, it begins with the words AUTUMN SEASON.
London, Shepherd’s Bush, Bush Theatre: Abracadabra Honeymoon
The above is a foolscap leaflet printed on one side; due to the limitations of my equipment it has been scanned over.

London, Sloane Square, Royal Court Theatre: Cards Of Identity, June 26, 1956
The above includes a one-sided enclosure at the end of the file.
London, Sloane Square, Royal Court Theatre: Samuel Beckett * C

London, Soho, Boulevard Theatre: Let My People Come, August 21, 1990
The above is an A4 pamphlet; the back page - the last page of the file - has been rotated 90 degrees clockwise. The first two pages of the file are the front and back of a leaflet that was found inside the programme. It is both slightly longer and slightly narrower than the programme itself.

London, Soho Theatre: Tosca by Puccini, 2013
I picked up the above flyer in Camden Library, August 2013.

London, Soho Theatre: A double-sided A5 flyer for Lady Bunny Trans-Jester, February 2017 * WEST

London, Somerset House: Skate at Somerset House with Fortnum & Mason, November 17, 2016-January 15, 2017
I can’t remember when or where I picked up the above A6 card.

London, South Bank: More London Free Festival, June-September 2013
I can’t remember when or when I picked up the above.

London, South Bank: London Duck Tours, 2016
I believe I picked up the above folded leaflet in Brighton. And the vehicle is actually a DUKW.

London, South Bank University: A double-sided A5 flyer for the 5th Annual Ben Ammi Lecture, December 5, 2015 * WEST

London, South London Theatre: Henry V & Mrs Klein, November 3-8, 2014 & November 18-22 respectively
The above is a double-sided flyer - A6 or about - I picked up in Penge Library, November 1, 2014
London, South London Theatre: Macbeth & The Pride, May 5-9, 2015 * WEST * C
London, South London Theatre: Spank House & The Accrington Pals * WEST
The above is a double-sided sheet of thick glossy paper/thin card. I forget what size it is, but it is the same height as A5. The performances are dated July 21-5 and July 7-11, 2015. I have designated Spank House the front in spite of its being later.
London, South London Theatre: Two In One, May 10-14, 2016 & Many Moons, May 24-8, 2016
The above is A5 in height, though not in width; I picked it up on my Brighton jaunt in July 2016.
London, South London Theatre: Bette And Joan/Landscape With Weapon, September/October 2016
I can’t remember where I picked up the above; it is A5 in height.

London, South Norwood, Oasis Academy Arena: Football Easter Camp 2018, April 2018
I picked up the above double-sided thin card in the fish and chip shop outside Penge East Station, March 26, 2018.

London, Southwark Playhouse: Flyer for Farragut North, September 11-October 5, 2013 * WEST
The above is a letter size double sided flyer.

London, Southwark Playhouse: Flyer for Stalking The Bogeyman, July 13-August 6, 2016 * WEST
The above is A5 in height though not in width. I’m not sure how the date overlap with the show immediately below was negotiated!

London, Southwark Playhouse: Flyer for Allegro, August 5, 2016-September 10, 2016 * WEST
The above flyer is A5 in height.

London, Southwark, The Greenwood Theatre: A double-sided flyer for Gero Humoro Doze
I picked up the above in the Sydenham Lithuanian shop (now defunct) on February 2, 2016. I am not sure what date it is; on the back is something called SKYRYBOS - GREITAI IR PIGIAI! which appears to have been put on at Suite F, Queens Way House, Stratford, London.

London, Stockwell: Natural November at Platanos College, May 2, 2015 * BARB
The above is a double-sided A6 card for a November event held in May!

London, Stoll Theatre: Tom Arnold’s Ice Revue, undated
London, Stoll Theatre: Kismet, April 1955
London, Stoll Theatre: Titus Andronicus, circa 1956

London, Strand, Adelphi Theatre: Bless The Bride, circa 1947
London, Strand, Adelphi Theatre: Auntie Mame
At the end of the file is a scan of an enclosure. There were actually two of these in this particular programme.
London, Strand, Adelphi Theatre: Charlie Girl
London, Strand, Adelphi Theatre: The Loverbirds
London, Strand, Adelphi Theatre: The American Dancemachine, December 1982
London, Strand, Adelphi Theatre: Me And My Girl, circa 1988
Because of both the layout of this programme and the limitations of my equipment, the 16th page has been scanned twice and this and the next page have been scanned over. This musical should not be confused with For Me And My Gal.
London, Strand, Adelphi Theatre: The Bodyguard, 2014 * WEST
The above is a twice folded A4 leaflet.
London, Strand, Adelphi Theatre: Kinky Boots, 2017
The above double-sided flyer is A5 in height. I can’t remember where I picked it up.

London, Strand, Vaudeville Theatre: Murder Mistaken, November 4, 1952
The above includes a scan of a cutting (photograph) that was found inside the programme.
London, Strand, Vaudeville Theatre: Who Goes There!
London, Strand, Vaudeville Theatre: A A5 in height flyer for The BoyS In The Band, February 7-18, 2017 * WEST

London, Streatham Hill Theatre: Love From Judy
London, Streatham Hill Theatre: Cinderella

London, Sydenham: PureGym, 2017
I picked up the above A5 folded map in the laundrette, June 2, 2017

London, Sydenham: Garden Voices at Sydenham Garden, July 14, 2018
I picked up the above double-sided A5 flyer in The Dolphin, June 28, 2018.

London, Sydenham: A single-sided A5 flyer for Radio Sydenham
I picked up the above single-sided A5 flyer at the Sydenham Centre, September 5, 2017.
London, Sydenham: A single-sided A5 flyer for Radio Sydenham
I picked up the above single-sided A5 flyer at the Sydenham Centre, September 5, 2017.
London, Sydenham: A double-sided A4 flyer for Radio Sydenham
I picked up the above double-sided A4 flyer at the Sydenham Centre, March 14, 2018.
London, Sydenham: A double-sided flyer (A5 in height) for Radio Sydenham
I think I picked up the above double-sided A4 flyer at the Sydenham Centre, March 14, 2018.

London, Sydenham: An A6 flyer for More Than Meat
London, Sydenham: An A5 flyer for More Than Meat - Your Samples
I got the two above off Barry Honeycombe, Sydenham’s answer to Colonel Sanders.

London, Sydenham: Be My Love, 2013
The above - from a church in Sydenham - is a leaflet I picked up myself.

London, Sydenham: Sydenham Singers, 2013
The above is a leaflet I picked up in Penge Library.

London, Sydenham, 17 Sydenham Road: An A6 card for The Sydenham Pop-Up Shop, June-August 2015
I picked up the above in a local supermarket June 8, 2015. My apologies for the smudge!
London, Sydenham Road: An A6 flyer for The Sydenham Pop-Up Shop, 2016
I picked up the above A6 flyer in my local greengrocer shop on March 11, 2016.

London, Sydenham, 21 Sydenham Road: An A6 card for The Calabash Of Culture, various, 2015 * BARB
London, Sydenham, 21 Sydenham Road: An A6 card for The Calabash Of Culture, New Closing Times, 2016
I picked up the above flyer in my local greengrocer shop, March 11, 2016.

London, Sydenham, Cator Road: Charity Plant Sale, May 19, 2018
The above A6 flyer came through my front door, apparently on May 13, 2018.

London, Sydenham, De Frene Road: De Frene Summer Festival, August 20, 2016
I picked up the above A6 flyer in the launderette, August 22, 2016. The edges are actually white but I put a piece of green paper over the top when I scanned it.

London, Sydenham, Sydenham Centre: Jack And The Beanstalk, April 22-May 28, 2017
I picked up the above double-sided A5 leaflet in the launderette, May 9, 2017.
London, Sydenham, Sydenham Centre: A double-sided A5 flyer for Goldilocks And The Three Bears, September/October 2017 * WEST
London, Sydenham, Sydenham Centre: An A5 flyer for The Snowman And The Christmas Fairy, Christmas 2017
I picked up the above at the Sydenham Centre and later actually watched the play there.

London, Sydenham, Sydenham Centre: A double-sided A5 flyer for Love Bites Again, February 17, 2018
I picked up the above in the launderette, January 29, 2018.

London, Sydenham, Sydenham Centre: Professor QwertyBleeps, June 23, 2018
I picked up the above double-sided A5 flyer in The Dolphin, June 28, 2018. There was also a single-sided A4 flyer for this production. I gave that a miss!

London, Sydenham, Grove Centre: An A6 card for Green Leaves Art Club
I picked up the above A6 card at the Grove Centre on November 27, 2015.

London, Sydenham, Homecroft Road: Homecroft Street Party, June 12, 2017
London, Sydenham, Homecroft Road: Homecroft Street Party planning meeting, June 22, 2017
I retrieved the two above A4 flyers from a telephone pole in Homecroft Road on June 26, 2017. The venue for the second was actually Venner Road Hall.

London, Sydenham, Kirkdale: Pop Up Fair at Sugahill Café, 2015
The above is an A6 card or slightly smaller I picked up in Sydenham on my way home from Oxford on Sunday evening, June 21, 2015.

London, Sydenham, Kirkdale: Flyer for Soca Mania Sundays, 2015
The above is a slightly glossy A6 flyer which I picked up in the launderette on September 2, 2015

London, Sydenham, Kirkdale: Thinking Out Loud, November 1, 2015
I picked up the above, slightly glossy A6 card in the launderette on September 2, 2015

London, Sydenham, Newlands Park: Russian Playgroup, 2015
I picked up the above A5 flyer in the Sydenham Lithuanian shop on October 14, 2015.

London, Sydenham, Perry Hill: Little Elms Open Day, June 20, 2015
The above double-sided A5 flyer came through my door June 11, 2015.

London, Sydenham, SE26 Jumble Trail: SE26 Jumble Trail
The above is an A5 flyer that came through my front door on May 21, 2015, ie a single piece of A4 paper folded in half. It is scanned here back, front and inside. The inside was printed upside down (I have no idea if this was deliberate) so I have rotated it 180 degrees here.

London, Sydenham, Station Approach: Shapers, 2015
I picked up the folded leaflet outside the premises on June 5, 2015.
London, Sydenham, Station Approach: Shapers: Happy Halloween, October 30, 2015
I found the above A4 flyer taped up in Sydenham (several copies) on October 27, 2015. See if you can spot the mistake. Ladies!
London, Sydenham, Station Approach: pajama party at Shapers, July 26, 2016
The slant on the above, glossy, single-sided A5 flyer is not mine.

London, Sydenham, Sydenham Arts: The Colour Of Sound, February 28, 2016
I picked up the above A5 flyer in my local launderette on February 8, 2016. There was an A4 copy stuck to the wall as well, exactly the same.
London, Sydenham, Sydenham Arts: Girls Allowed!,
I picked up the above double-sided A5 flyer for a poetry competition in my local launderette, June 16, 2017.

London, Sydenham, Sydenham Arts: Artists Trail, June 30-July 1, July 7-8, 2018
I found the above A4 flyer pinned to a tree in Venner Road a few yards from where I am sitting now.

London, Sydenham, Sydenham Arts Festival: Till The Boys Come Home, July 2014
The above is a double-sided A5 flyer; I picked it up off the counter in my local caff, Sydenham Road, on June 16, 2014.

London, Sydenham, Sydenham Arts: Fox Tots in Mayow Park, July 1, 2018
I picked up the above single-sided A5 flyer in The Dolphin, June 28, 2018.

London, Sydenham, Sydenham Catholic Club: Discofest, August 21, 2015
I picked up the above thin double-sided A6 card in a local supermarket, August 18, 2015.

London, Sydenham, Sydenham Community Library: The Pirate Christmas Adventure!, December 5, 2015
I picked up the above single-sided A5 flyer at Forest Hill Library, December 3, 2015. The venue used to be called simply Sydenham Library.

London, Sydenham: A double-sided A5 flyer for Sydenham Arts, Friends
I picked up the above at Sydenham Market on September 12, 2015.

London, Sydenham, St. Christopher’s Hospice: The Dame Cicely Saunders Concert Series, January-July 2014 * WEST
London, Sydenham, St. Christopher’s Hospice: The Dame Cicely Saunders Concert Series, 2015 * WEST
London, Sydenham, St. Christopher’s Hospice Family Fun Day, June 28, 2014
I picked up the above one-sided A5 flyer in my local Internet caff, July 9, 2014.
London, Sydenham, St. Christopher’s Hospice Family Fun Day, June 20, 2015
I picked up the above one-sided A5 flyer either in a local Internet caff or a supermarket on August 18, 2015.
London, Sydenham, St. Christopher’s Hospice Midnight Walk, October 10, 2015
I picked up the above double-sided A5 flyer from a Sydenham supermarket noticeboard, September 23, 2015.
London, Sydenham, St. Christopher’s Hospice Christmas Festival, December 5, 2015
The above double-sided A5 flyer came through my front door on November 7, 2015.
London, Sydenham, St. Christopher’s Hospice Christmas with St Christopher’s, November 26 & December 4, 2017
The above double-sided A5 card came through my door November 25, 2017.

London, Sydenham, St. Christopher’s Hospice: Will Week, September 11-5, 2017
I picked up the above double-sided A5 flyer at the Sydenham Centre; the Will Week also includes the Orpington hospice.

London, Sydenham, Sydenham Tennis Club: A single-sided A5 leaflet for Spooktacular, October 24, 2015
I picked up the above double-sided A6 card in the Internet caff at Sydenham, October 29, 2015.
London, Sydenham, Sydenham Tennis Club: A double-sided A6 leaflet for Discofest, March 26, 2016
I found the above pinned up in the street near Penge East Station on March 21, 2016.
London, Sydenham, Sydenham Tennis Club: Open Day, May 2, 2016
I picked up the above double-sided A5 flyer...I know not where. Yes, both sides are the same!

London, Sydenham, The Golden Lion: A single-sided A5 leaflet for Mediumship & Clairvoyance Night, September 7, 2014
I picked up the above in my local Internet caff, August 21, 2014. Mediumship indeed.
London, Sydenham, The Golden Lion: A single-sided A5 leaflet for Mediumship & Clairvoyance Night, December 7, 2014
I picked up the above in my local Internet caff, November 24, 2014.

London, Sydenham: A double-sided flyer for The Holistic Sanctuary * BARB
The above is A5 in height.

London, Sydenham, The Lovely Gallery: Down To Earth by Martin Fidler, June 7-17, 2018
I picked up the above single-sided A5 flyer in The Dolphin, June 28, 2018.

London, Sydenham, Venner Road: A single-sided flyer for Sydenham Monthly Market, May 9, 2015
The above flyer also covers Sydenham & Forest Hill CND Spring Fair at Venner Road Hall. I picked it up at the laundry on May 16, 2015.
London, Sydenham, Venner Road: Annual Spring Plant Fair, May 14, 2016
I picked up the above double-sided flyer in my local greengrocer shop, April 27, 2016.

London, Sydenham, Venner Road: A double-sided flyer for Sydenham Monthly Market August 8, 2015
I picked up the above in a local supermarket on August 18, 2015.

London, Sydenham, Venner Road Hall: A one-sided A4 flyer for a Table Sale, June 13, 2015
I found the above stuck to a shop wall in Sydenham Road (the high street) early evening on the day in question. I really have to stop doing this!

London, Sydenham, Venner Road Hall: A double-sided A6 card for a Carry A Knife And Lose Your Life, July 18, 2015
I was handed this by a young black kid in Sydenham Road on the day; a small group of activists were handing them out.

London, Sydenham, Venner Road Hall: A double-sided A6 card for Believe Me, September 26, 2015
The above is a double-sided glossy A6 card I found in a Sydenham Road phone box on September 19, 2015.

London, Sydenham, Watlington Grove: Sydenham Assembly meeting, June 2, 2015
I picked up the above single-sided A5 flyer in my local laundrette, June 2, 2015

London, Sydenham, Wells Park Road: Sydenham Assembly, September 17, 2015
I picked up the above A4 flyer at Sydenham Market on September 12, 2015.

London, Sydenham, Westwood Hill, St Bartholomew’s Church: Diva and Fiddler, May 21, 2016
The above glossy A6 card cam through my front door May 11, 2016.

London, Sydenham & Forest Hill: A single-sided A5 flyer for Sydenham & Forest Hill CND - Annual Spring Fair, May 14, 2016
I picked up the above in Sydenham Road, May 15, 2016.

London, Tabard Theatre: Riverman
The above is an A5 leaflet with some writing on the front.

London, Tate Gallery: Paul Nash Memorial Exhibition, 1948
The above is the best quality scan I can make without causing severe damage to the programme/pamphlet. The inside front and back covers are blank, so have not been scanned. Some of the pages have been rotated so that the pictures all face the right way up. The first two have been pasted into the publication. The programme measures 24.4cm by 18.4cm approximately.
London, Tate Gallery: Samuel Courtauld Memorial Exhibition, 1948 * C
The above includes two pasted on errata. The back cover - inside and outside - are both blank so have not been scanned.

London, Tate Gallery: Flyer for a Lowry exhibition
I picked up the above at Camden Library, August 2013. It is a double sided A5 leaflet for the exhibition 26 June-20 October 2013, LOWRY and the Painting of Modern Life

London, The Arts Theatre: The Vagina Monologues
The above is a glossy folded leaflet; its height is equal to the width of a sheet of A4 paper. The scans here are pages 4 & 1, 2 & 3.

London, The Arts Theatre Club: Off To The Mainland

London, The New Arts Theatre Club: A Cheap Bunch Of Nice Flowers, November 20, 1962

London, theatre guide: LONDON THEATRE GUIDE Week MAY 4th MAY 9th, 1959 * C
This is a single piece of paper folded 3 times; it is scanned here as opened out: side 1 - the first two scans; side 2 - the second 2. Due to the limitations of my equipment, I have allowed considerable overlap of these last two, which list the theatres and shows concerned. The reader is invited to compare this with WEST-END THEATRE GUIDE (next entry) to see how the shows have grown.
London, theatre guide: WEST-END THEATRE GUIDE Week March 1st to March 6th * C
The above was rescued by Mark Taha; it has been uploaded in JPG format and can be found here and here. When he delivered it to me it was hidden inside the Adelphi Theatre programme for Bless The Bride, so is apparently from 1947.
London, theatre guide: WEST-END THEATRE GUIDE Week Sept. 1 to Sept 6, 1947.
I found this inside Tom Arnold’s Ice Revue (see above); it is more of a double sided bookmark than a theatre guide. It can be found here and here in JPG format.
London, theatre guide: WEST-END THEATRE GUIDE Week March 29th to April 3rd
I found the above inside the Apollo Theatre programme for The Happiest Days Of Your Life. It can be found here and here.
London, theatre guide: WEST-END THEATRE GUIDE Week Nov. 8th to Nov. 13th * C
The front of this can be found here and the back here. I found it inside the programme for Way Of The World.

London, Theatre Royal, Haymarket: A Day By The Sea, November 26, 1953

London, Theatro Technis: Citizens Of Hell, July 23, 2013
These two documents - immediately above and below - post-date the death of David Webb. This is a long story, but I was invited to a preview of the first ever production in both the West and in English of the Elchin Afandiyev play Citizens Of Hell. These are the first and to date (July 25, 2013) only documents in this archive that were not once the property of David Webb. I have not yet decided if I will add others.
London, Theatro Technis: Citizens Of Hell, July 23, 2013
London, Theatro Technis: I Wanna Be A Space Vixen
The above is a card I picked up at this theatre on July 23, not sure where it is to be performed. The back has been rotated 90 degrees clockwise.
London, Theatro Technis: Theatro Technis postcard - I picked this up August 2, 2016.
London, Theatro Technis: A double-sided A5 flyer for Shakespeare Tonight - I picked this up August 2, 2016.

London, The Royal Society: Summer Science Exhibition, June 30-July 5, 2015 * WEST
The above is a double-sided piece of A5 thick paper/thin card.

London, Tottenham Court Road: Off-Off Broadway Comes To THE OPEN SPACE
This is an 8 page pamphlet, ie 2 sheets of paper folded in half; the cover is pink; page 6 is blank, so has not been scanned.
London Tottenham Court Road, Open Space Theatre: And They Put Handcuffs On The Flowers, September 12, 1973
This is a piece of card folded in half and printed on the first 3 sides only. One side is 24cm by 14.1cm. Due to the limitations of my equipment I have overscanned it slightly.

London, Trafalgar Square: A double-sided A5 flyer for The Passion Of Jesus..., March 25, 2016 * WEST

London, Trafalgar Studios: Flyer for Ghosts, until March 22, 2014 * WEST
London, Trafalgar Studios: Flyer for Another country, March 26-June 21, 2014 * WEST
The above thin card is circa 20.8cm by 9.8cm.

London, Union Chapel: Flyer for Eliane Elias, * WEST
The above is a glossy A6 card.

London, Upper Norwood: Single-sided glossy A5 flyer for Mind-Body & Soul Fair, November 30, 2014
I picked up the above in my local Internet caff, November 24, 2014

London, Vaudeville Theatre: Flyer for The Duck House, November 27, 2013-March 29, 2014 * WEST

London, Victoria & Albert Museum: 25 Years of Opera and Ballet * C
The above card is printed on the front and inside (third page) only. The second page and back (fourth page) have not been scanned.
London, Victoria & Albert Museum: Flyer for Victoria & Albert Museum, 2015 * WEST
The above is a sheet of A4 paper folded twice.

London, Victoria Palace Theatre: Jubilee Girl, circa 1956
London, Victoria Palace Theatre: These Foolish Kings, December 18, 1956
London, Victoria Palace Theatre: Young In Heart
London, Victoria Palace Theatre: Windy City, September 1982
London, Victoria Palace Theatre: Call Me Madam, March 1983
The back page of the above programme has been rotated 90 degrees anti-clockwise.

London, Walthamstow: A glossy A6 card flyer for Black history course, * BARB

London, Wandsworth Council: A flyer for the General Election, 2015
I picked up the above at Goldsmiths on June 6, 2015; I will not be making a habit of this!

London, Wellington Arch: Flyer for the Quadriga Gallery, * WEST

London, Wembley: Ice Hockey at the Empire Pool, 1949 * C

London, Wembley: Spurs at Wembley, 2017-8
I picked up the above A5 flyer at the ALCS party in September 2017

London, West Green Learning Centre: The Man In The Mirror, September 13, 2014
I picked up the above double-sided A5 flyer at the Wells Park Commuity Centre, September 11, 2014.

London, Westbourne Grove: Were No Ladies
The above programme is scanned here page 4 (back) & 1 (front), pages 2 & 3 - inside.

London, Westminster, Central Hall: Celebrity Empire Concert, October 14, 1946 (autographed).

London, Westminster Abbey: Summer Organ Festival, Summer 2013
I picked up the above flyer in Camden Library, August 2013.

London, Westminster Central Reference Library: San Toy, presented by Ken Reeves, September 24, 2013 * WEST
The above is a one-sided flyer.

London, Westminster Theatre: Hedda Gabler, circa 1954
London, Westminster Theatre: Mrs Gibbons’ Boys, December 11, 1956
London, Westminster Theatre: No Concern Of Mine, November 6, 1958
The above is torn; it was given to me by Ted Goodman on February 10, 2015 along with some other Webb-related material that had slipped through the net. It is scanned here back page first then the rest in order.
London, Westminster Theatre: Any Other Business, April 10, 1958 * C
London, Westminster Theatre: Ride! Ride!
London, Westminster Theatre: Tarantara! Tarantara!, circa September 1988
London, Westminster Theatre: CARMEN AMAYA and her company of SPANISH DANCERS, March 28, 1959
London, Whitechapel Gallery: Flyer for the London Art Book Fair, 13-16 September 2013
The above is a pamphlet I picked up in Camden Library, August 2013. It consists of one piece of thick paper/thin card folded to make a 6 page pamphlet, each page being A5 in size. It is scanned here front page, pages 4, 5 & 6 (inside), then 3, and 2 (back page).

London, Whitehall Theatre: Caviar To The General, circa 1946
The above is one sheet of paper folded twice to make 6 pages; it is shown here pages 1, 2 (back page), 3 (front page) & pages 4, 5, 6.
London, Whitehall Theatre: Come Spy With Me, May 26, 1966 (with enclosure at end of file) * C
London, Whitehall Theatre: Pyjama Tops, February 23, 1972 (1000th Performance)
The above programme is approximately 22.8cm by 13.5cm. The middle pages have been scanned over because they read straight across.

London, Windmill Theatre: Revudeville, December 11, 1961
The back cover of this programme has been rotated 90 degrees anti-clockwise.

London, Window Galleries: A double-sided A5 card flyer for I Am London exhibition, July 11-September 4, 2016 * WEST

London, Winter Garden Theatre: The Water Gipsies, August 31, 1955 * C
The above includes an insert.

London Wonderground: A double-sided card flyer for The Raunch world premiere, May 5-June 12, 2016 * WEST

London, Wyndham’s Theatre: The Boy Friend, June 14, 1954
The above contains a small insert. The programme is around 18.3cm by 12.5cm; the insert is about 8.6cm by 5.1cm.
London, Wyndham’s Theatre: A Gust Of Wind, May 18, 1958 * C
London, Wyndham’s Theatre: Once A Catholic, May 1979
The above programme measures 21.6cm by 13.4cm approximately; the insert at the end of the file - a slip of paper printed on one side only - measures 17.7cm by 7.3cm approximately.
London, Wyndham’s Theatre: The Truth, June 22, 2016 * WEST
The above card is A5 in height.

London, Sydenham, Zanzibar nightclub: Bouncers, October 16-November 2, 2013
I picked up the above flyer in my local greengrocer shop on September 24, 2013.

London, Victoria Park: Double-sided A6 flyer for Fun Run, March 22, 2015 * WEST

Los Angeles, Haunted Studios: Hollywood Hoot, 1976
The above is a single piece of paper with a small insert. The latter is 21.7cm by 4.2cm approximately and is printed on one side only. The programme itself is 27.9cm by 21.7cm; it is folded in half to make back pages and front (in that order) - the first scan. The second scan is the middle page and has been rotated here 90 degrees. (Thanks to Mark Taha for rescuing the above as well as many others).

Los Angeles, UCLA: Les BALLETS TROCKADERO de MONTE CARLO, October 26, 1976
The above is a single sheet of paper folded twice to make 6 pages each approximately 21.4cm by 13.8cm. It is scanned here pages 2 (back) & 3 (front), 4 & 1, 5 & 6.
Los Angeles, UCLA: Les BALLETS...insert, October 26, 1976
The above letter is an insert to the ballet programme; it is 27.6cm by 21.4cm approximately, and was folded in half. My thanks to Mark Taha for rescuing these two.

Loughton, Essex: A double-sided glossy A6 card advertising for Nne Agwu Afrakan Storytelling Festival by Shanti-Chi, July 31-August 2, 2015 * BARB

Luton, Alma Theatre: Babes In The Wood
The above is a single piece of paper folded in half to make a four page leaflet/pamphlet; it is scanned here pages 4 & 1, 2 & 3.
Luton, Alma Theatre: Cinderella
The above is a single piece of paper folded in half to make a four page leaflet/pamphlet; it is scanned here pages 4 & 1, 2 & 3.
Luton, Alma Theatre: Mother Goose * C
Luton, Alma Theatre: The Gondoliers, November 7, 1949 * C
Luton, Alma Theatre: The Maid Of The Mountains, October 22, 1951
The above is approximately 21.6cm by 13.8cm. Whatever paper size that is!
Luton, Alma Theatre: November 26, 1951

Luton Band Concert, May 27, 1944 * C
Most people would consider the second page to be the front of the above leaflet.

Luton Choral Society at Watford: Merrie England, October 26, 1947
The above is a folded leaflet; click here for side 1 (pages 4 & 1) and here for side 2 (pages 2 & 3)
Luton Choral Society at Watford: Scenes From The Operas, April 20, 1959 (autographed) * C

Luton, Grand Theatre: Blithe Spirit
The above programme consists of one piece of paper folded in half; it is scanned here pages 1 (back) & 2 (front), 3 & 4.
Luton, Grand Theatre, week commencing February 2, 1948.
The above programme is approximately 20.3cm by 13.2cm. I had problems with the conversion program, so it is presented here in JPG format:

Page 1
Pages 2 & 3
Page 4 & 5
Pages 6 & 7
Page 8
Luton, Grand Theatre: Dr. Angelus
The above consists of three scans: pages 4 & 1, 2 & 3 in that order. The third scan is of an insert and is necessarily smaller although it doesn’t look like it here. The page sizes are 19 centimetres by 12½; the insert is 15 centimetres by 10 and a bit!
Luton, Grand Theatre: Don’t Listen, Ladies!
The above consists of two scans: pages 4 & 1, 2 & 3 in that order.
Luton, Grand Theatre: Beauty And The Beast
The above is a single sheet of foolscap paper folded twice to make a 6 page leaflet/pamphlet; it is scanned here pages 2 (back) and 3 (front), 4 & 1, 5 & 6.
Luton, Grand Theatre: The Hollow
The above is a single sheet of foolscap paper folded twice to make a 6 page leaflet/pamphlet; it is scanned here pages 2 (back) and 3 (front), 4 & 1, 5 & 6.
Luton, Grand Theatre: Mrs. Moonlight
The above consists of two scans: pages 4 & 1, 2 & 3 in that order.
Luton, Grand Theatre: The Merchant Of Venice
Luton, Grand Theatre: programme for week commencing January 31, 1949 * C
Luton, Grand Theatre: On Monday Next, undated
The above consists of two scans: pages 4 & 1, 2 & 3 in that order.
Luton, Grand Theatre: On Monday Next, July 31, 1950
Luton, Grand Theatre: Rebecca, October 23, 1950

Luton Entertainment, Summer Stars, July 18, 1942
My apologies for the especially poor quality scan of the above.

Luton: Jollidays at the Holiday Inn, circa 1940s
The above is a single sheet of paper, very slightly larger than A4; I scanned it lengthways and did so without omitting any text. The original was folded in half, so the front - which bears the title - is on the right of the first scan; the left of the first scan is the back page. Pages 2 & 3, in that order, make up the second scan.
Luton: Jollidays Bandstand Programme, July 9, 1944
Luton: Jollidays Bandstand Programme, July 16, 1944 * C
Luton: The New Jollidays Bandstand Community Song Sheet (undated) * C

Luton Music Club: Sir Malcolm Sargent, February 17, 1960 * C
The above is 21.6cm by 13.6cm approximately; it contained two enclosures which can be found at the end of the file.

Lyric Opera House: Danton’s Death, January 27, 1959

Lyric Theatre: Let’s Make An Opera!, undated
The above is one sheet of paper folded twice; it is scanned here pages :
Lyric Theatre: The Lyric Review, June 1951
The above consists of a single sheet of paper folded twice. It is scanned here in the following order: pages 6 & 1; 3 & 4; 2 & 5. In the top right hand corner of page 4, someone - presumably David Webb - has written 13.6.57.
Lyric Theatre: The Vortex March 1952?
The above is one sheet of paper folded 3 times, the page order is as follows: 6, 1, 2, 5, 3, 4.
Lyric Theatre: The Beaux’ Stratagem, undated
The above is one piece of paper folded down the middle; the page order is 4, 1, 2 & 3.
Lyric Theatre: Grab Me A Gondola, December 26, 1956
Page 3 of the above has been rotated 90 degrees clockwise.
Lyric Theatre: New Cranks
Lyric Theatre: The Pink Room
The above is one sheet of paper folded twice; it is scanned here as follows: scan one, pages 2 (back) & 3 (front); scan 2 is pages 4 & 1; scan 3 is pages 5 & 6.
Lyric Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue: An A5 flyer for The Gruffalo, November 20, 2013-January 12, 2014 * WEST

Lyric Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue: Thriller * WEST
The above flyer is a folded A4 sheet scanned here outside (including back and front) then inside.

Northern Theatre: Love Kevin
The above is a single sheet of paper 21.6cm by 9.6cm; it is printed on one side only.

Nottingham, Albert Hall: First Promenade Concert, January 11, 1951
Nottingham, Albert Hall: Eileen Joyce with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, February 22, 1952 * C

Nottingham, Chilwell: Central Ordnance Depot ARTS AND CRAFTS EXHIBITION, 1951
The above is the best quality scan I could make without damaging this fragile document.
Nottingham, Chilwell: Commemoration for King George VI circa 1952 * C
The above is three sheets of paper stapled together; this is the best copy I could make without damaging the document.

Nottingham, Church of St. Mary The Virgin: Festival Of Lessons And Carols, December 6, 1950
The above is 4 pages slightly larger than A5. As scanned here they are pages 4, 1, 2 & 3 in that order.

Nottingham, Victoria Leisure Centre: Wrestling featuring Kwik Kik Lee, May 27, 1982
The above is actually from my own archive; this is the only time I have ever been to the wrestling.

Nottingham - Empire Theatre

Nottingham Empire: programme for week commencing January 31, 1949 * C
Nottingham Empire: programme for week commencing November 13, 1950
Nottingham Empire: programme for week commencing December 4, 1950
Nottingham Empire: programme for week commencing April 23, 1951
Nottingham Empire: programme for week commencing June 11, 1951
Nottingham Empire: programme for week commencing July 16, 1951
Nottingham Empire: programme for week commencing July 23, 1951
Nottingham Empire: programme for week commencing August 6, 1951
In the above it may not be entirely clear from the scan, but part of the third page of the programme appears to have been misprinted, and a small correction pasted on expertly. This is the second scan, beginning with the words: NEXT WEEK THE SMASH HIT FROM THE LONDON PALLADIUM!
Nottingham Empire: programme for week commencing August 13, 1951
Nottingham Empire: programme for week commencing December 10, 1951
Nottingham Empire: programme for week commencing January 14, 1952

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Nottingham Playhouse

As far as I recall, all but two, possibly three of these programmes, were rescued by Mark Taha. All appear to be of a standard size: 21.6cm by 14.7cm approximately. Where the programme consists of 4 pages, it is made from one piece of paper folded in half and is scanned here pages 4 (back) and 1 (front), then the inside: pages 2 & 3. Six page programmes are also made from one sheet of paper, in this case folded twice; the front is easily recognisable. Here, the details of the play - the cast and scene list - appear on pages 4 & 5, the first 2 pages of the second side, though not necessarily scanned as such.

Nottingham Playhouse: Amphitryon - 38, October 16, 1950
Nottingham Playhouse: The Merry Wives Of Windsor, October 30, 1950
Nottingham Playhouse: Death Of A Salesman, November 13, 1950
Nottingham Playhouse: Eden End, November 27, 1950
Nottingham Playhouse: The Admirable Crichton, December 11, 1950
Nottingham Playhouse: Hamlet, January 22, 1951
Nottingham Playhouse: Here Choose I, February 19, 1951
Nottingham Playhouse: The Immortal Lady, March 5, 1951
Nottingham Playhouse: Miranda, March 19, 1951
Nottingham Playhouse: A Murder Has Been Arranged, May 28, 1951
Nottingham Playhouse: Home & Beauty, June 11, 1951
Nottingham Playhouse: Private Lives, July 9, 1951
Nottingham Playhouse: The School For Scandal, September 10, 1951
Nottingham Playhouse: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, September 24, 1951
Nottingham Playhouse: Captain Carvallo, October 8, 1951
Nottingham Playhouse: Dear Brutus, October 22, 1951
Nottingham Playhouse: Venus Observed, November 5, 1951
Nottingham Playhouse: The Holly And The Ivy, December 3, 1951
Nottingham Playhouse: His Excellency, February 11, 1952
Nottingham Playhouse: Murder In The Cathedral, March 10, 1952

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New Zealand, Wellington, St. Peter’s On Willis: Organ recital by Sarah Kim, June 8, 2011
The above is a first for two reasons: it is the first document added to this site from New Zealand; and rather than being scanned by Yours Truly it was downloaded (June 24, 2014) from another website, that of the church concerned.

Nottingham Repertory Theatre: Rain On The Just, May 9, 1949
Nottingham Repertory Theatre: Don’t Listen Ladies, October 2, 1950

Nottingham, Theatre Royal: programme for Cosh Boy, March 7, 1951

Nottingham, Theatre Royal: programme for March 1952

Old Vic Theatre: A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Old Vic Theatre: Timon Of Athens, May 28, 1952
Old Vic Theatre: Romeo And Juliet, September 15, 1952
The above includes a press cutting (photograph) that was found inside the programme.
Old Vic Theatre: The Merchant Of Venice, February 1953?
Old Vic Theatre: Julius Caesar, February 24, 1953.
The above includes a press cutting (photograph) that was found inside the programme.
Old Vic Theatre: King Henry VIII, circa 1953-4 season
Old Vic Theatre: The Tragedy Of Hamlet, Prince Of Denmark, September 14, 1953
Old Vic Theatre: Murder In The Cathedral, March 31, 1953.
The above includes a press cutting (photograph) that was found inside the programme.
Old Vic Theatre: Richard II, July 3, 1956 (Revived)
Old Vic Theatre: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, 1957/1958 Season
Old Vic Theatre: King Henry VIII, May 1958
Old Vic Theatre: Mary Stuart
Old Vic: Saint Joan, February 9, 1960
Old Vic Theatre: Romeo And Juliet, 1960/1961 Season
Old Vic Theatre: She Stoops To Conquer, 1960/1961 Season
Old Vic Theatre: The Lorax, October 15-November 5, 2017
I picked up the above folded A4 card at the ALCS party in September 2017

Orpington & Penge: Gospel Concerts, October 31 & November 7, 2015.
I was handed the above glossy A6 flyer in Penge High Street on Halloween, 2015.

Orpington, All Saints Church: An A5 flyer for Theresa Mass by Haydn, November 23, 2013 * WEST
Orpington, All Saints Church: Brahms & Rachmaninov concerts, June 20, 2015 * WEST
Orpington, All Saints Church: An A5 flyer for Mozart & Hummel concerts, June 27, 2015 * WEST
Orpington, All Saints Church: An A5 flyer for The Creation, Novemvber 21, 2015 * WEST
Orpington, All Saints Church: An A5 flyer for Orpington Symphony Orchestra, April 1, 2017 * WEST

Orpington, Bromley Museum: Bollywood poster art exhibition, October 21-November 8, 2013 * WEST
The above is a glossy A5 leaflet of thin card/thick paper.
Orpington, Bromley Museum: What did you do in the War, Bromley?, June 16-September 24, 2014 * WEST
The above is a one-sided A5 flyer.

Orpington, Bromley Museum: 100 Years Ago, selected dates from July 29-August 28, 2014
The above is a one-sided A5 leaflet I picked up in Penge Library, June 24, 2014.

Orpington, Orpington Liberal Club: A single-sided A5 flyer for The Spinners Legends..., September 8, 2017 * WEST

Orpington, St Paul’s Church Hall: Learn To Sing, October 2015 * WEST
The above is a double-sided flyer A5 offering free singing lessons for me.

Oxford: Jezebel, September 1958 * C

Oxford (based): Double-sided A5 flyer for Amahl & The Night Visitors, (by OperaAnywhere) December 2013 * WEST

Petts Wood: A folded leaflet for Bromley Arts Society with membership application form * WEST
Petts Wood, Petts Wood Hall: A double-sided glossy leaflet for the May Fayre, May 5, 2014 * WEST
Petts Wood, Christ Church URC: A single-sided flyer for Handel performed by the Bromley Philharmonic Choir & Orchestra, April 18, 2015 * WEST

Plymouth, Palace Theatre: Love From Judy, August 22, 1955

Portsmouth, Historic Dockyard: Flyer for Christmas festival featuring Sherlock Holmes November 29-December 1, 2013 * WEST

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Richard Tauber

I have put these in a separate section for two reasons. The first is because these publications belong together; the second is because I experienced problems scanning and converting the files.

I found them in a plastic bag, they are as follows:

(1) Richard Tauber in Old Chelsea at the Alma Cinema, Luton, 1943 * C
(2) Richard Tauber Memorial Concert, Royal Albert Hall, February 20, 1948
(3) Further Appreciations
(4) An insert note that starts with the words “The interval will be one...”

I was unable to convert document (1) to PDF so this can be found in four JPG files as follows:

Page 1
Page 2
Page 3
Page 4

The above is a folded leaflet, the text on page 2 continues right across to page 3.

Document (2) is as follows: the front cover and page 1; the inside of the front cover is blank so has not been scanned. These two pages can be found here.

The rest of document (2) can be found here and here and here.

Documents (3) and (4) can be found in the last of these files, ie here; they are the second and third pages respectively, the first page being the inside back cover of document (2), the back cover of this being blank has not been scanned. Further Appreciations is a one sided leaflet approximate 25.1cm by 18.8cm; the insert note is approximately 12.4cm by 10cm, this is also one sided.

I apologise for the awkward layout, this was caused entirely by the limitations of my software. The scans of the second and third pages of document (3) leave something to be desired, but the alternative was to risk damaging the publication, which I was loathe to do.

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Reigate: St Mark’s Church Prayer List, August 2006 and supplementary document.
I picked up the above at Jessie’s funeral; the first is a single sheet of A4 folded to make a 4 page A5 pamphlet. This is the best copy possible. An interesting point here, I donated this document to the British Library, and subsequent issues have been claimed under Legal Deposit.

Reigate & Banstead: Reigate & Banstead Arts Council events, Autumn 2016
Goodman gave me the above A5 flyer in 2017; it appears to have been inserted into a Harlequin Theatre programme.

Richmond, Orange Tree Theatre: programme for No More A-Roving
The above is a single sheet of A4 paper folded in half; it is scanned here pages 1 (back) & 2, 3 & 4.
Richmond, Orange Tree Theatre: flyer for The Middlemarch Trilogy, December 27, 2013-January 25, 2014 * WEST
The above is A4 in size folded twice to make a 6 page pamphlet.

Richmond Theatre: programme for September 10, 1951 * C
Richmond Theatre: No Concern Of Mine, February 1959
Richmond Theatre: Tea And Sympathy, February 23, 1959
Richmond Theatre: Caught Napping, April 20, 1959 * C
Richmond Theatre: Salad Days, 1972
The cast of the above includes David Webb.

Rising Damp newsletter All Our Yesterdays
Rising Damp newsletter The Permissive Society
I have called the above two Rising Damp-related documents newsletters for want of a better word. They were the property of Mark Taha, who has picked up all manner of ephemera over the years. I could find no reference to this publication anywhere; as far as Mark can recall, it was issued by a fan of the series. No further information, not even an address, but they are crudely photocopied, so were clearly issued by an ordinary member of the public. They were donated to the British Library on October 9, 2014.

Rochester: Rochester Castle Concerts, 2018
I picked up the above thin, double-sided A6 card at Sainsbury in Penge, July 11, 2018.

Rotherham Civic Centre: The Odd Couple, May 10, 19??
The above features David Webb.

Royal Army Educational Corps: Corps Week, June 1951
The above is a single sheet of paper folded in two places to make a three page leaflet. It is scanned here as follows: pages 2, 3, 1, 4, 5. Page 6 was left blank; page 5 is the back of the leaflet.
Royal Army Educational Corps: SERVICE OF DEDICATION
The inside front cover and back covers of this pamphlet (inside and out) are blank so have not been scanned.

S.S. Southern Cross: menu card, undated
The back of the above card is blank so has not been scanned.

St. Albans: Pilgrimage of Youth To The Abbey Church And Shrine, April 10, 1944

Sidlow Bridge, Emmanuel Church: Kate Spiro and Simon Treves, July 6, 1986
The above wedding programme consists of a piece of folded card with a sheet of paper stapled inside to make an 8 page pamphlet. On the front cover and the middle pages have been scanned because the rest are blank.

South Croydon: A folded flyer (one sheet of A4) for the Croydon Bach Choir, 2015-2016 * WEST

South Norwood, London: Flyer for South Norwood Arts Festival, July 7-20, 2014
I picked up the above one-sided leaflet on a London-bound train at Sydenham on the morning of July 3, 2014. It was one of many in the same carriage and probably others too.

Southsea: RMVBC Tattoo souvenir programme, 1960

Stanhope Theatre: The Country Wife, July 1, 1960

Stockport: A double-sided A4 flyer for the British False Memory Society
I picked up the above at Goldsmiths on June 6, 2015.

Stradishall: The Stradishall Flyer, Autumn 1984
The above is one of my own, from HMP Highpoint, or RAF Stradishall as I prefer to call it. My apologies for the stains, but this could be the only copy in existence. It includes two of my poems, one titled incorrectly. Follow the link for the real title and more of the same - caveat emptor!

Stratford-Upon-Avon, 1951

Some of the following programmes have inserts; I cannot be certain they have all been inserted into the correct programmes, nor that they are complete.

Stratford-Upon-Avon, Shakespeare Memorial Theatre: A Recital Of Poetry And Music, August 23, 1951
This is one piece of folded card; it is scanned here in the order pages 4 & 1, 2 & 3.
Stratford-Upon-Avon: King Henry the Fourth Part 1, 1951 * C
The above consists of a single sheet of high quality paper/thin card folded in half in which is inserted a single sheet of high quality paper. This forms 6 pages; page 4 is left blank so has not been scanned. The insert (at the end of the file) is approximately 11.2cm by 8.2cm.
Stratford-Upon-Avon: King Henry the Fourth Part II
The above consists of a single sheet of high quality paper/thin card folded in half in which is inserted a single sheet of high quality paper. This forms 6 pages; page 4 is left blank so has not been scanned.
Beside the middle pages, this programme contains 3 inserts:
A single sheet of folded foolscap paper that is printed on one side - this is page 6 of this file.
A small leaflet printed in green on both sides, 18.2cm by 12.6cm. This is pages 7 & 8.
A small insert printed on one side only - page 9 of this file. This is 11.2cm by 8.2cm.
Stratford-Upon-Avon: King Henry the Fifth
The above consists of a single sheet of high quality paper/thin card folded in half in which is inserted a single sheet of high quality paper. This forms 6 pages; page 4 is left blank so has not been scanned.
Beside the middle pages, this programme contains 3 inserts:
A single sheet of folded foolscap paper that is printed on one side - this is page 6 of this file.
A small leaflet printed in green on both sides, 18.2cm by 12.6cm. This is pages 7 & 8.
A small insert printed on one side only - page 9 of this file. This is 11.2cm by 8.2cm.
Stratford-Upon-Avon, Shakespeare Memorial Theatre: King Richard the Second
The above consists of one piece of folded card/thick paper with a second piece, half the size, inserted into it. The back page of this insert is blank, so has not been scanned. The front page is page 3; the back (unscanned page) is page 4.
Stratford-Upon-Avon, Shakespeare Memorial Theatre: The London Symphony Orchestra, Sunday, September 9
The above leaflet can be found at the end of the file relating to King Henry the Fifth (above).

Stratford-Upon-Avon: Collegiate Church of the Holy Trinity
I would assume the above ticket is from 1951, although it is undated. The back has a name written on it.

Stratford-Upon-Avon: Official Accommodation Register for the Borough of Stratford-Upon-Avon, 1951

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Stratford-Upon-Avon: Shakespeare Memorial Theatre Restaurant, January 5, 1956
The above is a piece of folded card measuring 17.7cm by 11.3cm approximately (when folded); the back is blank, so has not been scanned.

Stratford-Upon-Avon, Shakespeare Memorial Theatre: Romeo and Juliet, April 8, 1958

The above programme was too big for my scanner being 29.5cm by 24cm approximately. It consists of 4 pages which have been scanned over and then some. The covers are red. There is also a frog shaped insert!

Stratford-Upon-Avon, Shakespeare Royal Theatre: A double-sided A6 card flyer for Let The Truth Be Known/Hamlet, March 12, 2016 * WEST

Strawberry Hills, Australia, The Sydney Front: The Pornography Of Performance, 1989
The above is a strange creature indeed. An 8 page A5 pamphlet, pages 3 and 6 are blank; it has been scanned here pages 8 (back) & 1 (front), 2 & 7, 4 & 5. At the end of the file are two press cuttings that I found inside the programme; on the back of the first is written:

“Midweek”
31/8/89

On the back of the second is written

‘Guardian’
24/8/89

Stevenage, Shephall: Britannia Party election leaflet
The above is a double-sided A5 leaflet

Sutton, Arts Network Sutton: A double-sided A5 flyer for Arts Network Sutton, 2016 * WEST

Sutton, Sutton Central Library: A single-sided A5 flyer advertising Sutton Youth Art Exhibition, January & February 2016 * WEST

Sutton, Sutton Football Academy: An A5 flyer for Sutton Football Academy * WEST

Sutton, Sutton Shares: A double-sided A5 flyer advertising Timebanking * WEST

Sutton, Secombe Theatres: A single-sided A5 flyer for I Love To Boogie with T Rextasy * WEST
Sutton, Secombe Theatres: A double-sided A5 flyer for Pinocchio, December 15, 2015-January 9, 2016 * WEST
Sutton, Secombe Theatres: A single-sided A5 flyer for Jackson, January 30, 2016 * WEST

Swansea, Grand Theatre: Salad Days, May 1, 1972 * C
The cast of the above includes David Webb.

Territorial Army Summer Camp Order Of Service, 1955
The above is a single sheet of paper about an inch shorter than A4 and nearly as wide as same. It is folded in half; the first half of the first page here is the back page; the second part is the front page. The second sheet is the middle, ie pages 2 & 3 in that order.

UK: A double-sided postcard, A6 or about for Ideal Homes: A History of South East London Suburbs * WEST
The above appears to be an on-line exhibition only.

THANKSGIVING FOR THE LIFE OF Harold Owen White, June 26, 1980 * C

Triangular Athletic Meeting: Triangular Athletic Meeting, May 24, 1950
The above is two pages of paper stapled together; they are approximately 21.1cm by 16.9cm. This is the best copy possible of this fragile document.

UK, Dogs Trust: A double-sided A5 flyer Be Dog Smart!
I picked this up when I saw the doctor on June 12, 2015.

UK, National Poetry Anthology: A double-sided flyer for a National Poetry Anthology, June 30, 2015 * WEST
The above is a leaflet that appears to have been printed especially for Penge.

UK, national tour: Paul Carrack in concert, 2013-4 * WEST
The above is a glossy A5 card printed on both sides, but as front and back are exactly the same, only one has been scanned here. Not sure which!

UK, national tour: Paul Daniels, October 2013- January 2014 * WEST
The above is a glossy A5 card.

UK: A one-sided A6 flyer for Gerry Cottle’s Circus, 1990s?
I found the above in a suitcase while doing some heavy scanning in September 2015. I can’t remember when or where I picked it up, but it was certainly before I ever thought of creating an archive like this!

UK: Checkatrade
The above flyer came through my door on May 5, 2015.

UK: Looking for after school football for your child?
I picked up the above A5 leaflet in my local Lidl store, February 4, 2016

UK: Supermum Of The Month
I picked up the above A5 flyer in a Sutton shoe shop on January 11, 2016.

UK: A one-sided A5 flyer for Jeff Lynne & the ELECTRIC LIGHT ORCHESTRA, October 24-November 27, 2013 * WEST

UK: A double-sided A5 flyer for Jenny Eclair, Spring Tour, 1996
The above was found in a CAC file.

UK: A double-sided A5 flyer for Love Productions, 2015
I picked up the above in the launderette on September 2, 2015.

UK: A double-sided A4 flyer for Pride Of Britain Awards 2015
I picked up the above in the local Lidl supermarket on June 9, 2015.

UK: A double-sided A5 flyer for Sandi Toksvig, August 3-November 24, 2013 * WEST
UK: Soweto Gospel Choir, November 2013 * WEST
The above is a glossy flyer for UK dates, November. It is one third A4 size.
UK: UK Disney on ice tour, March 5-April 27, 2014 * WEST
The above is A4 width in height, a folded leaflet.

UK: A double-sided A5 flyer for Private Peaceful, March-June, 2014 * WEST
UK: A double-sided glossy A5 flyer for CBeebies Live!, Easter Tour 2014 * WEST

UK: the O men,
The above is a sampler of a comic scanned pages 4 & 1, 2 & 3, ie back, front then inside. It was picked up by Mark Taha.

UK cinemas: A double-sided A6 flyer for Bleed For This, from December 2, 2016
I cannot remember where I picked up the above double-sided A6 flyer.

UK, Foods Charitable Foundation: HELP US find a cure for Dementia
I picked up the above double-sided A5 flyer in the Iceland store at Penge, November 19, 2015.

An A5 flyer for Global Fun Ltd
I picked up the above locally, I remember not where, in Penge or Sydenham, in May 2016.

UK, National Art Competition: A Creative Call To Cass Art Customers
I picked up the above double-sided flyer at Goldsmiths, June 6, 2015.

UK: A single-sided A5 flyer for zinio for LIBRARIES, * WEST

UK: A double-sided A5 flyer for EU MYTH BUSTER
Tha above which is scanned pages 4, 1, 2, 3 came through my front door May 28, 2016.

UK: A postcard flyer for Fun Palaces, October 6-7, 2018
I picked up the above at the Sydenham Centre, March 18, 2018.

UK: A thin A6 card flyer for Paul Middleton, 2018 * WEST

UK: A folded A5 sheet advertising Record Fairs, 2017 * WEST

UK: An A5 flyer for Short story prize (for 8-12 year olds), 2017
I probably picked up the above in Penge Library. It is printed the same on both sides.

UK: A folded A4 flyer for Ver Poets Open Competition, 2016 * WEST

UK: A double-sided A6 card promoting Scams Awareness Month, 2017

UK & Western Europe: A double-sided A5 flyer for The Food Assembly, * WEST

UK tour: A double-sided A4 flyer for Peace Train UK tour
I picked up the above double-sided A4 flyer in Brighton, August 2, 2017
UK tour: A double-sided A5 flyer for Ross Noble UK tour - 2016 * WEST

UK/world: A single-sided A6 flyer for funnybooks.me
I picked up the above in my local Internet caff, March 27, 2018.

United States, Georgetown University, Dahlgren Chapel: Memorial Service for Carroll Quigley, January 17, 1977
I found the above on the Carroll Quigley website. His magnus opus can be found here.

United States, New York: Paradise Boys

United States, New York, Theater For The New City: Blue Is For Boys, 1982
The bottom of page 13 of the above has been cut out; this is the page headed with the advertisement for SMP Graphic Service Center. I have scanned over so the line beginning ALL DRINKS HALF PRICE belongs to page 15 - see the next scan.

United States, Spree Theatre Company: A Midsummer Night’s Dream
The above is printed on one side of one sheet of paper, so the rear has not been scanned. It is 27.7cm by 21.6cm approximately, and had been folded in half, probably by David Webb. It is probably of American origin although I cannot say for certain.

Vauxhall Motors Music Club: Symphony Concert, December 3, 1949

Vauxhall Recreation Club: His Excellency, October 14-6, 1954

Watford, Palace Theatre: As Dorothy Parker Once Said * C

West Wickham, Hawes Lane Methodist Church: A single-sided A5 flyer for Christmas Concert, December 13, 2015 * WEST

West Wickham, Wickham Hall: Litte Actions Stars & Action Stars Parties, 2015
I picked up the above A5 flyer at the polling station, May 7, 2015.

Wimbledon, Polka Theatre: Beauty & The Beast, November 20-2015-February 7, 2016
I picked up the above double-sided A5 flyer at Forest Hill Library on November 12, 2015.

Wimbledon Theatre: Yes, We Have No Pyjamas, February 26, 1979
Wimbledon Theatre: Oh! Calcutta!, circa 1980 * C
Wimbledon Theatre: Why Not Bangkok? 1983
The above programme is the same size as the programme for Oh! Calcutta! (above). At the end of the file is a scan of a one-sided leaflet insert which is 2 or 3cm narrower than the programme but the same length.

Winchester Cathedral: Order Of Service, April 23, 1950
The above is one sheet of paper which when folded - as it was - is both a bit longer and a bit thinner than A5. The page order as scanned here is back page, front page, then middle, ie pages 2 & 3 in that order.

Wisborough Green, St. Peter ad Vincula: Service for Brian Viner Edsall (1909-1986), October 22, 1986
The above is a folded card scanned front to back.

World: Jean-Michel Jarre Electronica World Tour, 2016
I picked up the above double-sided A5 flyer in Brighton, July 2016. It is for the UK part of his world tour apparently. Never seen this guy, but always wanted to.

Worthing, Connaught Theatre: Roar Like A Dove, September 13, 1962

York, Garrison Theatre: Programme for Northern Command Annual Drama Festival, Final Round, March 7-8, 1951
The above was given to me by Ted Goodman on February 10, 2015 along with some other Webb-related material that had slipped through the net. It has been scanned here last page first and then in order.

York, Rialto Cinema: November 21, 1954
The above is approximately 27.6cm by 21.5cm.

York, Theatre Royal: headed notepaper

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