Concerts & Package Tours : 1958  (November - December)

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November 2nd 1958

Canterbury (Odeon)

Cliff Richard & The Drifters
Don Lang & His Frantic Five
Most Brothers
Top Town Teenagers
Rory Blackwell
Tony Marsh (compere)

Promoter - Arthur Howes

November 3rd 1958

London (Colisseum)

Pat Boone
Eartha Kitt
Max Bygraves
Frankie Vaughan
Beverley Sisters
Roy Castle
Royal Variety Performance
November 1958

16 - Worksop (Regal)
17 - Wombwell (Empire)
18 - Scunthorpe (Pavilion)
19 - Newark (Palace)
20 - Pontefract (Crescent)
21 - Burnley (Palace)
22 - York (Rialto)
 

 

 

 

Marty Wilde
John Barry Seven
Nancy Whiskey
Bobby Dennis
Ajjie & Debbie
Eric Roger (compere)

Full copy of programme (Flickr)  

 

November 9th 1958

Derby (Hippodrome)

Cliff Richard & The Drifters
Wee Willie Harris
Most Brothers
Tony Crombie & His Rockets
The Bachelors
Tony Marsh (compere)

Promoter - Arthur Howes

November 1958

09 - Maidstone
12 - Bedford
14 - Shrewsbury
15 - Kettering

Granada Cinemas

Tommy Steele

 

November 10th 1958

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Marty Wilde & His Wildcats
John Barry Seven (Britain's brightest beat)
Nancy Whiskey (The intoxicating . . . )
Kelty & Della (Young and healthy)
Fey Jover (A miss making a hit)
Horler Twins (Dancing doubles)

METROPOLITAN
Billy Livingstone (The broth of the boy)
Roy Lance (All lines of laughter)
Ian Dozin & The Metroaires

SUNDERLAND
Roy Rivers
Dave Gray

 

 

November 1958

10 - Hastings (Pier Ballroom)
12 - Whitehaven
13 - Barrow
14 - Buxton
15 - Crewe
16 - West Bromwich
20 - Stafford
21 - Loughborough
22 - Irish Tour - 6th December

December 1958

07 - Kennington (Granada)

Colin Hicks
Johnny Duncan
Nancy Whiskey
The Southlanders

"The Colin Hicks Band Show"

November 11th 1958

Lincoln (ABC)

Michael Holliday (Famous recording, TV & radio star)
David Conway (Wizrd of the electric harmonica)
The Cha-Cha's (Direct from Cuba)
The Strong Brothers (Variety's newest sensation)
Jolly Jesters (A wee bit of scotch)
Hal Monty (Laugh & be happy)
Cycling Kirks (Wizards on wheels)

Full copy of programme (Flickr)

November 1958

16 - Ipswich (Gaumont)
30 - Salisbury (Gaumont)

Full copy of Ipswich programme (Flickr)

 

Mudlarks
Dallas Boys
Jimmy Currie Trio
Tony Marsh (compere)

Most Brothers (Ipswich)
Top Town Teenagers (Ipswich)

Cherry Wainer (Salisbury)
Neville Taylor (Salisbury)

"The Big Teenage Special"

Promoter - Arthur Howes

November

16 - London (Elephant & castle Trocadero)
17 - London (Metropolitan) - week
24 - Chiswick (Empire) - week

Cliff Richard & The Drifters

Chiswick Empire supporting acts

Little Beaver & Maree (The indian & his squaw)
Checker Wheel (Roller skating tap dancer)
Bernard Landy (Mime artist)
Michael Roxy (Comedian)
Michael Hill (Multi instrumentalist)
Janet Fox (Puppeteer)
Roy & Eddie Kay (Comedians)


Terry Smart (drums) - Bruce Welch (guitar)
Cliff Richard
Jet Harris (bass) - Hank B. Marvin (guitar)

Setlist

Baby I Don't Care
Summertime Blues
I Got A Feeling
Don't Bug Me Baby
King Creole
It's Only Make Believe
Poor Little Fool
Move It
High Class Baby

November 17th 1958

Manchester (Hippodrome) - week

Lonnie Donegan  
November 23rd 1958

Birmingham (Town Hall)

Johnny Duncan & The Blue Grass Boys
Second City Jazzmen

Promoters - Birmingham Maccabi Association

Full copy of programme (Flickr)

November 1958

23 - Walthamstow (Granada)
30 - Slough (Adelphi)

Cliff Richard
Wee Willie Harris
Larry Page
The Most Brothers
The Bachelors
Tony Crombie Band
Basil Kirchin Band

November 24th 1958

Bradford (Alhambra) - week

Kenneth Earle
Malcolm Vaughan

Previous appearance was on the Bill Haley show

 
December 1st 1958

London (Finsbury Park Empire) - week

Cliff Richard & The Drifters (Britain's latest teenage sensation)
Johnny Duncan & His Blue Grass Boys (Rock-A-Billy boy from the USA)
Vendryes (The debonair deceiver)
Joy & Dave Adams (From TV's "Cool For Cats")
Freddie Earle (The "Earl" of laughs)
Shipway Twins (Hanging around bars)
Hackford & Doyle (Wood & wind, mostly wind)
The Hi-Steppers
The Empire Orchestra - Sydney Kaplan

Full copy of programme (Flickr)

December 1st 1958

Leicester (Palace)

Shirley Bassey
Billy O'Sullivan (The rogue with the brogue)
Three Paulos (Thrills in the air)
The Hi-Fi's (Sidekicks of harmony)
Paul King (Musical virtuoso)
Winter & Fielding (Wit and personality)
Ron & Rita (On the wire)
Gaye Sisters (Modern misses)

Full copy of programme (Flickr)

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December 195

07 - Colchester (Regal)
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14 - Worcester (Gaumont)
21 - Bristol (Colston Hall)

Cliff Richard & The Drifters
Neville Taylor (The "Oh Boy" singing star)
The Most Brothers (Decca's foremost singing duo)
The Five Dallas Boys (The sensational "Oh Boy" vocal group)
Joy & David Adams (Parlophone's latest recording stars)
The Wiseguys (Three men of music)
Tony Marsh (compere)

"The Big Teenage Special"

Promoters - Charles H. Locker - Arthur Howes

Full copy of Bristol programme (Flickr)

Cliff Richard (sore throat) was replaced by Vince Taylor at Colchester - Cherry Wainer was also unable to perform and was replaced by The Tracy Sisters

see also December 28th

December 8th 1958

Finsbury Park (Empire) - week

Teddy Johnson & Pearl Carr (Mr & Mrs music)
The King Brothers (Television's teenager rhythm group)
Jimmy James (TV & radio comedian)
Shan presented by Masoni (The girl with the amazing memory)
Wilson, Keppel & Betty (Cleopatra's nightmare)
Joan & Paul Sharratt (Making little people come to life)
Averil Jean & Aurel Verne (Modern dance stylists)
The Empire Orchestra - Rob Merlin

 

Full copy of programme (Flickr)

December 8th 1958

Oxford (New Theatre)

Lonnie Donegan  
December 1958

08 - Leeds (Empire) - week
15 - Sunderland (Empire) - week

Wee Willie Harris
Tony Crombie & His Rockets
Murray Campbell
 
December 14th 1958

Derby (Hippodrome)

The Mudlarks
The Dallas Boys
Vince Taylor

Promoter - Arthur Howes

December 16th 1958

Bradford (Majestic Ballroom)

Colin Hicks & The Cabin Boys

Younger brother of Tommy Steele

December 21st 1958

Kilburn (Gaumont State)

Charity Concert for the
Hospital Broadcasting Committee

Anne Shelton
Bill Maynard
Denis Coleman Singers
Dickie Valentine
Don Fox
Don Lang
Ivan Dozin & His Metropolitan Orchestra
Group One
Jack Douglas
Jimmy Lloyd
Jimmy Wheeler
Joan Regan
Johnny Gray & His Band Of The Day
The King Brothers
Marty Wilde
Robert Earl
Rosemary Squires
Roy Castle
Sheila Rose
The Stargazers
Tommy Trinder
Tony Osborne
Vince Eager

"This Night With The Stars"

 

Full copy of programme (Flickr)

December 23rd 1958

Southampton (Gaumont) - 16 nights

Frankie Vaughan
  at the piano Raymond Long
The King Brothers
Murray Campbell (TV and recording trumpetr)
Frank Weir & His Stage Orchestra
Chic Murray & Maidie (The tall droll with te smart doll)
Maxine Daniels (Glamorous songstress)
Jimmy Wheeler (Ay Ay That's Yer Lot)
Billy Smart's Sea Lions

Promoter - Bernard Delfont

Full copy of programme (Flickr)

Pantomime 1958

Manchester (Hulme - Hippodrome) - Season

The Mudlarks
Joan Edwards
Billy Danvers
Don Arden
Audrey Nicholson
Harvey Wilson
Larry Grayson
Pointer Delaney Dancers
Winstanley Juveniles

"Aladdin & His Wonderful Lamp"

Pantomime 1958

Stockton (Globe) - Season

Lonnie Donegan
Sally Barnes
Peter Dulay & Charles French
Marian Miller
Bobby Beaumont

"Aladdin"

 

Pantomime 1958

Stockton (Hippodrome) - Season

Opened 24th December 1958
Ended 24th January 1959

Marty Wilde & His Wildcats
Chas McDevitt
Shirley Douglas

Pantomime - Babes In The Wood

Full copy of programme (Flickr)

December 1958

28 - Hanley (Victoria Hall)

January 1959

04 - Reading (Palace Theatre)

Cliff Richard
Cherry Wainer
Five Dallas Boys
Neville Taylor

Promoter - Arthur Howes

Pantomime 1958

London (Coliseum)

Opened 18th December 1958

 

Tommy Steele
Jimmy Edwards
Yana

"Cinderella"

Promoter - Harold Fielding

Full copy of programme (Flickr)

December 1958

Finsbury Park (Empire)

Pantomime

Dickie Valentine

"Aladdin"

 

Pantomime 1958

Sheffield

 

Laurie |London
Edna Savage

"Babes In The Wood"

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