Concerts & Package Tours : 1958  (September - October)

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September 1958

01 - Bristol - (Hippodrome)
08 - Sheffield (Empire)
 

Terry Dene & His Dene-Aces
Edna Savage
Roy Rivers
Peter Quinton
Hal Roach
Margo & June
Fred Lovelle
Georgette
Mistin Juniors
 
September 1st 1958

London (Finsbury Park Empire)

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Marty Wilde & His Wildcats
Chas McDevitt with Shirley Douglas
Nancy Whiskey
Shirley Douglas
Joan Rhodes
Ray Mack
Billy Revel & Ray Fields
The Embassy Girls


Nancy Whiskey, Chas McDevitt (standing)
Marty Wilde (seated), Shirley Douglas


 

 

September 1958

02 - Wigan (Ritz) - see above
07 - Exeter (Savoy)
12 - Dover (Granada)

October 1958

06 - Liverpool (Empire)
12 - St. Albans (Odeon) - see below
19 - Colchester (Regal) - see below
20 - Birmingham (Hippodrome) - see below
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27 - Glasgow (Empire)

Lonnie Donegan

WIGAN
Betty Smith Quintet
Barbara Law
Fran Dowie
Kandy Kane
Jackie Ross

September 8th 1958

Bristol - (Hippodrome)

Shirley Bassey
Howard Jones & Reg Arnold
Allen & Albee Sisters
Metronotes
Bob & Marion Konyot
Billy O'Sullivan
Joan Winters & Guy Fielding
Lane Twins
 
September 13th 1958

TV

"Oh Boy!" - Jack Good - ITV

Oh Boy! Diary website

Last show 30th May 1959

September 1958

14 - Kilburn (Gaumont State)
15 - Edmonton (Regal)
16 - Romford (Odeon)
17 - Birmingham (Odeon)
18 - Glasgow (Odeon)
19 - Edinburgh (New Victoria)
20 - Newcastle (Odeon)
21 - Liverpool (Odeon)
22 - Leeds (Odeon)
23 - Bradford (Gaumont)
25 - Wolverhampton (Gaumont)
26 - Cheltenham (Gaumont)
27 - Cardiff (Capitol)
28 - Plymouth (Odeon)
29 - Taunton (Gaumont)
30 - Salisbury (Gaumont)

October 1958

01 - Southampton (Gaumont)
02 - Rochester (Gaumont)
03 - Southend (Odeon)
04 - Hammersmith (Gaumont) 


 

 

The Hi-Lo's
Vic Lewis & His Orchestra with Irma Logan
Max Geldray (From the Goon Show)
Alan Clive (TV's tall host of fun)


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September 1958

14 - Rush (Palladium Ballroom)
15 - Sligo
16 - Londonderry
17 - Belfast
18 - Waterford
19 - Arklow
20 - ?????

Terry Dene

Irish Tour

 
September 15th 1958

Chiswick (Empire)

Johnny Duncan with the Blue Grass Boys
Mike Preston (New Decca recording personailty)
Billie Anthony (Columbia's atomic singing star)
Victor Seaforth (The man with a 1,000 voices)
The Rosinas (Supreme aerialists)
Freddie Earle (Who?)
Pat Rosa (Where there's a wheel)
Flack & Lamarr (Dancers de Luxe
Empire Orchestra with Charles Henry

 

Full copy of programme

September 1958

20 - Burnt Oak (Savoy)
21 - Essoldo (Clacton)
24 - Portsmouth (Troxy)
25 - Loughborough (Essoldo)
28 - Southport (Garrick)

October 1958

01 - Birkenhead (Essoldo)
02 - Stretford (Essoldo)

Marty Wilde & His Wildcats
John Barry Seven
Vince Eager
The Sophisticates
Rae Young
Pat Laurence

"Extravaganza"

Promoter - Larry Parnes

September 1958

21 - Wolverhampton (Civic Hall)
22 - Bradford (St. Georges Hall)
23 - Hull (City Hall)
24 - Hanley (Victoria Hall)
29 - York (Rialto)
30 - Lincoln (Savoy)

October 1958

01 - Birmingham (Town Hall)
02 - Brighton (The Dome)
12 - Plymouth (Theatre Royal)
14 - Worcester (Gaumont)
15 - Rugby (Granada)
18 - Slough (Adelphi)
26 - Cheltenham (Gaumont)
28 - Wigan (Ritz)
30 - Dublin (Theatre Royal)
31 - Belfast (Ritz)

November 1958

04 - Nottingham (Odeon)
06 - Southampton (Gaumont) - 3 nights
09 - Maidstone (Granada)
12 - Bedford (Granada)
14 - Shrewsbury (Granada)
15 - Kettering (Granada)

Tommy Steele
Five Dallas Boys (not Plymouth)
Harriott & Evans (Plymouth)
Barbara Law
Betty Smith Quintet
Murray Campbell (Plymouth)
Joe Church (compere) (not Plymouth)

Promoter - Harold Fielding

Full copy of programme

Full copy of Plymouth programme

September 21st 1958

London (Royal Albert Hall)

 



 



 

Artists appearing :-

Tony Brent
Jim Dale
Jackie Dennis
Toni Dalli
Jane Forrest
Dennis Lotis
Gary Miller
Marion Ryan
Nancy Whisky
Marty Wilde
Ted Heath & His Orchestra
Peter Knight & His Orchestra

"The Great Pop Prom"

Full copy of programme

September 22nd 1958

London (Prince Of Wales) - 2 weeks

The Mudlarks (Britain's teenage singing stars)
Kalin Twins (Hit recorders of "When")
Jimmy Jewel & Ben Warriss (week one)
Michael Holliday (week two)
Florian Zabach (Violin personality from USA)
Jimmy Gay (Gay's the word)
Ron Parry (The new personality)
Granger's Puppets (Circus on strings)
Alexander's Dog Revue (Canine wonders)
The Dunjas (Whirlwind acrobats)
Bobby Dennis (Something new in comedy)
Harold Collins Theatre Orchestra - Dennis Ringrowe

Promoters - Lew & Leslie Grade

Full copy of programme

September 1958

22 - Cardiff (New Theatre)
29 - Bradford (Alhambra)

October 1958

06 - Chester (Royalty)

Terry Dene & His Dene-Aces
Four Jones Boys
Dave Gray (The new style comedian)
Barry Anthony (The explosive spark)
Fey Jover (A bundle of fun)
 

The above is the Bradford lineup

October 4th 1958

Radio

Saturday Club introduced by Brian Matthew

Terry Dene & The Dene Aces
Humphrey Littleton & His Band
Johnny Duncan & His Blue Grass Boys

previously known as Saturday Skiffle Club (June 1st 1957)

Episode Guide

Article by Spencer Leigh

Last show January 18th 1969

October 1958

05 - Hanley (Victoria Hall)
06 - Blackpool (Odeon)
07 - Wigan (Ritz)
08 - Glasgow (St. Andrew's Hall)
10 - Manchester (Free Trade Hall)
12 - Liverpool (Empire)
14 - Leicester (De Montfort Hall)
15 - Sheffield (City Hall)
16 - Newcastle (City Hall)
17 - Birmingham (Town Hall)
18 - York (Rialto)
19 - Bristol (Colston Hall)

The Kalin Twins
Eddie Calvert
Cliff Richard & The Drifters
The Most Brothers
The Londonaires
Tony Marsh (compere)
 

 

Full copy of this very rare programme

October 5th 1958

Leicester (De Montfort Hall)

Marty Wilde & His Wildcats
Chas. McDevitt Group with Shirley Douglas
Vince Eager & His Vagabonds
The John Barry Seven
Sonny Roy (compere)

Promoter - Arthur Kimbrell

Full copy of programme

October 6th 1958

Chatham (Empire)

Marty Wilde
John Barry Seven
Nancy Whiskey


October 1958

06 - Chiswick (Empire)
20 - Sunderland (Empire)

Russ Hamilton with Derek New (Oriole record star)
Jill Day (Glamorous record star of stage, screen & tv)
Jim Couton (New star comedian)
The Clifts (Novelty aerobatics)
Alain Diagora (Phenomenal juggler-balancer)
The Kelwins (Continental aerialists)
Gillian & June (Dance stylists)
The Empire Orchestra - Charles Henry

 

Full copy of Chiswick programme

October 8th 1958

Bradford (St George's Hall)

Paul Robeson
Lawrence Brown
Bruno Raikin (pianist)

Singer, actor, civil rights activist (1898-1976)

 

October 12th 1958

St. Albans (Odeon)

Lonnie Donegan
Cherry Wainer with Don Storer
Larry Page
The Lana Sisters
Rory Blackwell & His Blackjacks
Tommy Dene (Compere)

Promoter - Arthur Howes

 

October 13th 1958

Bradford (Alhambra)

Shirley Bassey
The Hi-Fis
The Skating Merenos
Lane Twins
Howard Jones & Reggie Arnold
Billy O'Sullivan
Richman & Jackson
Bob & Marion Konyot

October 13th 1958

06 - Sheffield (Empire)
13 - Newcastle (Empire)
20 - London (Finsbury Park Empire)

 

Full copy of Sheffield programme

Full copy of Newcastle programme

 

 

The Mudlarks (TV, radio & recording stars)
Johnny Laycock & Bee (Muic & madness)
Lorrae Desmond (Vivacious recording star)

SHEFFIELD
Allen & The Albee Sisters (Juggling with laughs)
Leslie Randall (TV's star of "Joan & Leslie"
Jackie German (Youth on wheels)
Clarkson & Leslie (Scotch & Tonic)

NEWCASTLE
Harry Rowson & Sylvia Ross (A droll & his doll)
Johnny Stewart (New style funster)
The Ladringlos (Looping the loop)
Norman & Niki Grant (Artistry in rhythm)

FINSBURY PARK EMPIRE
Miki & Griff
Leslie Randall
Francois & Randall
Norman & Niki Grant

October 1958

13 - London (Finsbury Park Empire)
20 - Liverpool (Empire)

Jackie Dennis
John Barry Seven
Liddell Triplets
Two Clifts
Two Kelwins

FINSBURY PARK
Flack & Lamar
Billy Dainty
Claudine

LIVERPOOL
Dobie Twins
Joe Black
Gilbert
Larry Grayson
October 1958

13 - Taunton (Gaumont)
20 - Coventry (Theatre)

November 1958

03 - Worcester (Gaumont)

Michael Holliday

TAUNTON & COVENTRY
Hal Monty (Laugh & be happy)
The Cha-Chas (Direct from Cuba
David Conway (Wizard of the electric harmonica)
The Strong Brothers (Varietys new sensation)
Jolly Jesters (A wee bit of scotch)
Cycling Kirks (Wizards on wheels)

COVENTRY
Yvonne Prestige
Billy Moore
 

Full copy of Taunton programme

October 19th 1958

Colchester (Regal)

Lonnie Donegan & His Skiffle Group
Cherry Wainer
The Lana Sisters
Jimmy Currie Trio
Tommy Deane (compere)

Promoter - Arthur Howes

Full copy of programme

October 20th 1958

Birmingham (Hippodrome)

Lonnie Donegan
Billy Dainty
The Ansons
Johnny & Suma Lamonte
Ron Scott
Don Arrol
Annel and Brask
Flack & Lamar

October 26th 1958

St. Albans (Odeon)

"The Big Teenage Special"

see also December 1958

 

The Mudlarks
Cliff Richard & The Drifters
Neville Taylor
Nine Langford Teenagers
Rory Blackwell & His Blackjacks
Tony Marsh (compere)

Promoter - Arthur Howes

Larger version of poster

October 1958

26 - Cheltenham (Gaumont)
28 - Wigan (Ritz)

November 1958

09 - Maidstone (Granada)
12 - Bedford (Granada)
14 - Shrewsbury (Granada)
15 - Kettering (Granada)

Tommy Steele

October 1958

27 - London (Chiswick Empire)

Marty Wilde & His Wildcats
John Barry Seven
Nancy Whiskey
Dave Gray
Earl & Elgar
Mary Kinson
Roy Lanee
Horler Twins

 

October 27th 1958

Glasgow (Green's Playhouse)

Wee Willie Harris
Tony Crombie & His Rockets
The Bachelors
 
1958

Autumn

Granada Theatres


 

Eddie Calvert (The man with the golden trumpet)
Russ Hamilton (Oriole recording star)
Rosemary Squires (TV's personality singer)
Dennis Spicer (TV's famous ventriloquist)
Jim Couton (Always a fool)
The Londonairs (The mirth and melody makers)
Johnny Wiltshire & The Trebletones
Jeffrey Lenner (compere)


Full copy of programme

1958

Autumn?

Granada Theatres

Nancy Whiskey
Kenneth Earle
Malcolm Vaughan
Ken Platt
Beryl Reid

1958

Autumn?

Dates and venue unknown

Programme says Cliff has just finished Kalin Twins Tour

Cliff Richard & The Drifters
Wee Willie Harris
Mike Preston
Joy & David Adams
Jackie Day
The Bachelors
Tony Crombie & His Rockets

Promoter - Arthur Howes

Full copy of programme

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