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Eccleshall Pageant

A Pageant scene depicting the Battle of Blore Heath which was a battle in the English Wars of the Roses. It was fought on 23 September 1459, at Blore Heath in Staffordshire. Eccleshall Pageant was ...

Eccleshall Pageant

A Pageant scene depicting Bishop Robert de Lymesay consecrating Eccleshall Church, which Elias de Jantonice is rebuilding, 1090 AD. Eccleshall Pageant was organised to raise funds for the rebuilding ...

Eccleshall Pageant

A Pageant scene depicting the murder of the Princes Wulfad and Rufin by Wulfere, King of Mercia. According to legend, Stone owes its origin to the murder of the two Saxon Princes, Rufin and Wulfad by ...

Eccleshall Pageant

A Pageant scene depicting the Battle of Blore Heath which was a battle in the English Wars of the Roses. It was fought on 23 September 1459, at Blore Heath in Staffordshire. Eccleshall Pageant was ...

Eccleshall Pageant

Eccleshall Pageant was organised to raise funds for the rebuilding of the school, and to portray the history of the town. The pageant took place over four days (3 - 6 August) in the grounds of Johnson ...

Eccleshall Pageant

A Pageant scene depicting Bishop Robert de Lymesay consecrating Eccleshall Church, which Elias de Jantonice is rebuilding, 1090 AD. Eccleshall Pageant was organised to raise funds for the rebuilding ...

Eccleshall Pageant, (3)

Pageant depicting Queen Margaret of Anjou returning with some of her defeated troops from the Battle of Blore Heath, in 1459. Mrs W.E. Carter played Queen Margaret. Eccleshall Pageant was organised ...

Kate Greenaway Dance, Uttoxeter Town Hall

Frances Hollins is 2nd in from the left. The dance routine was based on the work of Kate Greenaway, a well known illustrator of children's books in the late 19th century.

Littleworth Players, St. George's Hospital, Stafford

Liitleowrth Players were set up by St. George;s Women's Institute to provide entertainment for the hospital patients. The Women's Institute was started in 1971, with patient and volunteer members, offering ...

Porthill Pantomime, Stoke-on-Trent

Members of Porthill Pantomime circa 1916. The cast appear to be sitting on a float, dressed as artists, with oversized neck scarves, paintbrushes and palettes.

School Play, Stafford Grammar School

Scene from King Edward VI Grammar School's production of 'Twelfth Night'. The school, on Newport Road, was renowned for its dramatic productions. The Free Grammar School of King Edward VI was established ...

Stafford Grammar School Dramatic Production,

King Edward VI Grammar School production of 'She Stoops to Conquer'. The school, on Newport Road, was renowned for its dramatic productions. The Free Grammar School of King Edward VI was established ...

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