Lecture & Concert Party – Bognor Regis Observer – Wednesday, 08 October 1919
Transcript:

We are anticipating a very instructive, well as enjoyable time on Thursday (3 and 8 p.m.) at the Cinema Hall, when the Rector (Rev. K. H. MacDermott) will give a lecture on Macedonia and Constantinople, illustrated by lantern slides. Tickets may be had of Mrs, Gardner, High Street, 1s. and 6d. each. We wish to announce that the Cinema Hall is under entirely new management, and that there are very good week-end shows being run by Mr. Harry Joseph, of Littlehampton, who is at the moment booking first rate companies. Prices are 2s 4d, 1s. 3d., and 8d. Seats can be booked at F. W. Phipps, Estate Agent. Selsey. On Friday and Saturday the winning "Pierrot" Concert Party at the London Palladium Competition will appear.

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