Concerts & Package Tours : 1960  (September - October)

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September 11th 1960

Blackpool (Opera House)

Cliff Richard & The Shadows
Joe "Mr Piano" Henderson (Famous recording pianist)
Valerie Masters (Lovely singing personality)
Don Lang (Radio & television star)
Group One (Singing for you)
Erik Ogden & The Concert Orchestra

Promoter - Harold Fielding

Full copy of programme

 

September 18th 1960

London (Royal Albert Hall)


In aid of The Printers' Pension Almshouse & Orphan Asylum Corporation

Artists appearing - in alphabetical order

The John Barry Seven
Peter Elliott
Adam Faith
Emile Ford & His Checkmates
Bob Miller & His Miller Men
Jackie Rae
Cliff Richard & The Shadows
Dave Sampson & The Hunters
Cherry Wainer with Don Storer
The Billy Woods Five

"The Great Pop Prom"

Promoter - Tito Burns

Full copy of programme

September 1960

19 - Brighton (Hippodrome) - week

October 1960

10 - Birmingham (Hippodrome) - week (see below)
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24 - Leeds (Empire) - week

Adam Faith
John Barry Seven
The Honeys (Television's new vocal trio)
Johnny Worth (composer of "What Do You Want" & "Poor Me")
Larry Grayson (He's priceless)
Joan & Paul Sharratt (Little people come to life)
Don Arrol
The Hippodrome Orchestra

Full copy of Brighton programme

The programme conflicts with the NME story in that the John Barry Seven are in the programme

 


 

September 1960

24 - Slough (Adelphi)
25 - Woolwich (Granada)
27 - Maidstone (Granada)
28 - Bedford (Granada)
29 - Kettering (Granada)
30 - Grantham (Granada)

October 1960

01 - Mansfield (Granada)
02 - Rugby (Granada)
04 - Aylesbury (Granada)
05 - Dartford (Granada)
06 - Harrow (Granada)
07 - Manchester (Free Trade Hall)
08 - Tooting (Granada)
09 - Walthamstow (Granada)
11 - Kingston (Granada)
12 - Southend
13 - Edmonton
14 - Plymouth
15 - Taunton
16 - Preston
25 - Sheffield
26 - Derby
27 - Elephant & Castle
28 - Cardiff
29 - Cheltenham

November 1960

01 - Sunderland
02 - Hammersmith
04 - Bournemouth
05 - Ipswich
06 - Leeds (Odeon)
07 - Liverpool - week
14 - Manchester - week
22 - Romford (Odeon)
23 - Rochester (Gaumont)
24 - Doncaster (Gaumont)
25 - Chester (Gaumont)
26 - Worcester (Gaumont)
27 - Bradford (Gaumont)
28 - Coventry (Gaumont)
29 - St. Albans (Odeon)
30 - Dover (ABC)

December 1960

01 - Llandudno (Odeon)
02 - Shrewsbury (Granada)
03 - Cleethorpes (Ritz)
05 - Newcastle (Empire) - week

 

Billy Fury
Joe Brown
Tommy Bruce
Nelson Keene
Dickie Pride
The Vernons Girls
Peter Wynne
The Viscounts
Dave Sampson
Johnny Gentle
Duffy Power
Georgie Fame
Billy Raymond
Johnny Goode
Red Price with Jimmie Nicol and his 15 New Orleans Rockers
The Valentine Girls
Dale Sisters

Davy Jones performed in Manchester

"Rock 'n' Trad Spectacular"

"Idols On Parade"

Promoter : Larry Parnes
Producer : Jack Good



Full copy of programme

September 1960

26 - Newcastle (Empire) - week

October 1960

03 - Liverpool (Empire) - week
10 - Leeds (Empire) - week
17 - Bristol (Hippodrome) - week
24 - Birmingham (Hippodrome) - week

Emile Ford & The Checkmates
Jimmy Lloyd (Philips recording star)
Bobby Deacon & The Cruisers (Pye recording stars)
The Mistins (Continental musical speciality)
Norman Vaughan (The furtive funster)
Alan Field (The skit parade)
Kay & Kimberley (Canadian dance team)

The above is for the Bristol show - other venues may be different


 

Full copy of Bristol programme

September 1960

25 - Bristol (Colston Hall)

October 1960

02 - - Leicester (De Montfort Hall)

The Shadows
Chas McDevitt & Shirley Douglas
Frank Ifield
Michael Cox
Paul Beattie & The Beats (some dates)
The Hunters (some dates)
Dave Reid (Compere)

"Stars Of The Hit Parade"

Promoter - Arthur Kimbrell

Full copy of programme

October 1960

02 - Worcester (Gaumont)
09 - Sheffield (Gaumont)
16 - Derby (Gaumont)
23 - Peterborough (Embassy) - see below
30 - Hull (Cecil)

 

Emile Ford

Ricky Valance (Worcester

The Shadows (Sheffield, Derby & Peterborough)

Promoter - Arthur Howes

Sunday Concerts

October 1960

08 - East Ham (Granada)
09 - Elephant & Castle (Trocadero)
10 - Portsmouth (Guildhall)
12 - Guildford (Odeon)
13 - Cardiff (Gaumont)
14 - Bristol (Colston Hall)
15 - Chester (Gaumont)
16 - Liverpool (Empire)
18 - Finsbury Park (Astoria)
19 - Sheffield (City Hall)
20 - Birmingham (Odeon)
22 - Newcastle (City Hall)
23 - Leeds (Odeon)
25 - Glasgow (Odeon)
26 - South Shields (Gaumont)
28 - Manchester (Odeon)
29 - Bradford (Gaumont)
30 - Worcester (Gaumont)
31 - Taunton (Gaumont)

November 1960

01 - Hanley (Victoria Hall)
02 - Stockton (Hippodrome)
03 - Dartford (Granada)
04 - Kingston (Granada)

Jimmy Jones
Mark Wynter
Michael Cox & The Hunters
Brook Brothers
Dean Rogers & The Marauders
Janet Richmond
Kenny Lynch
Johnny Wiltshire & The Trebletones
Tony Marsh (compere)

Promoter : Arthur Howes

 


 

Full copy of programme
 

October 9th 1960

Manchester (Palace)

Adam Faith

"Charity show"

 
October 9th 1960

Halifax (Victoria Hall)

Shirley Bassey
Ken Mackintosh
First of a series of Sunday concerts
October 10th 1960

Birmingham (Hippodrome) - week

Adam Faith
John Barry Seven
The Honeys
Johnny Worth
Chris Carlsen
Joan & Paul Sharratt
Larry Grayson

October 1960

11 - Paddington (Savoy)
12 - Burnt Oak (Savoy)
13 - Rotherham  (Essoldo)
14 - Durham  (Essoldo)
15 - Keighley (Essoldo)
16 - Dewsbury (Pioneer)

Craig Douglas
The Mudlarks
Ricky Valance
Al Saxon
Russ Sainty
Rhet Stoller Group
Alan Freeman (compere)

Promoter - Bunny Lewis

"Top Twenty Hit Parade"

 

October 1960

16 - Exeter (Savoy)
17 - Bournemouth (Gaumont)
18 - Dover (ABC)
19 - Cambridge (Regal)
20 - Northampton (ABC)
21 - Lincoln (Savoy)
22 - Cleethorpes (ABC)
23 - Carlisle (Lonsdale)

 

Adam Faith
The Honeys
Johnny Worth
John Barry Seven
Gerry Dorsey
Chris Carlsen (comper)

Promoter - Arthur Howes

Full copy of programme

October 17th 1960

Hanley (Theatre Royal)

Anthony Newley  
October 23rd 1960

Peterborough (Embassy)


Full copy of programme

Emile Ford
The Shadows
Patty Brook & The Diamonds
Alan Randall
The Rebel Rousers
Norman Vaughan (compere)

Promoter - Arthur Howes

October 1960

24 - Leeds (Empire) - week
31 - Sheffield (Lyceum) - week

Adam Faith

 

October 1960

25 - Tunbridge Wells  (Essoldo)
26 - Portsmouth  (Essoldo)
27 - Banbury  (Essoldo)
28 - Wakefield  (Essoldo)
29 - Scunthorpe  (Essoldo)
30 - Barrow  (Essoldo)

Chas McDevitt & Shirley Douglas
Terry Dene
Vince Taylor
Ricky Wayne
Screaming Lord Sutch

October 28th 1960

Film

Beat Girl

Adam Faith
Music by John Barry

IMDB

October 1960

29 - London (Lewisham Gaumont)
30 - London (Finsbury Park Astoria)

Connie Francis
Cyril Stapleton Show Band
Ray Merrell
George Meaton

Promoters - Arthur Howes & Leslie Grade

Full copy of programme

October 30th 1960

Edmonton (Regal Cinema)

Cliff Richard & The Shadows
Johnny Carlson
Jan Rohde
Neil Christian

Annual concert for his old school at Cheshunt in aid of the town's youth club building

Autumn 1960

Dates & venues unknown

Probably the same tour as above

Craig Douglas (Top Rank hit recording star)
The Mudlarks (Those singing swinging)
Ricky Valance("Tell Laura I love her")
Al Saxon (Fontana's recording star)
Russ Sainty ("Too shy")
Rhet Stoller Group (Decca's new recording group)
Stan Van (The comedy man)
Alan Freeman (compere)

Full copy of programme

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