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Alstonefield Drama Group

Alstonefield Drama Group and their performance of 'The Village That Would Have a Dragon' at the old Institute.

Amateur Operatic Society, Bostock's Shoes, Stafford,

Bostock's (which became Lotus in 1919) encouraged their employees to participate in sports and social activities. A Welfare Superintendent was appointed after the First World War and activities included ...

Amateur Operatic Society, Stafford,

Possibly Stafford Operatic Society, with members of the orchestra on the back row in evening dress.

Avon Players Production of 'Not Now Darling', Stafford,

From left to right are Gordon Fradley, Peter Levy, Pat Hackett and Roy Fox. The set was designed by Ian Tavernor.

Avon Players Production of 'Rookery Nook', Stafford,

This production took place at the Borough Hall, 11-14 February 1952. From left to right: ?, Maureen Acton, Gertrude Dunmore, John Goldsmith, George Strachan and Mary Wood.

Avon Players' Triple Bill, Stafford,

Avon Player's Triple bill of one act plays by George Bernard Shaw. In the centre is the cast of 'Press Cuttings', with 'Man of Destiny' to the right and 'Tons of Money' on the left. Second on the ...

Avon Players, "Johnny Belinda", Stafford

R-L: George Strachan, Eric Copeland, actress Josie Bostock.

Avon Players, 'The Dark Lady of the Sonnets', Stafford,

Production of George Bernard Shaw's 'The Dark Lady of the Sonnets', produced by Frank Lloyd. The play was performed at the Blind Centre, North Walls and was also entered in the North Staffordshire Drama ...

Christ Church A.Y.P.A. Celebration, Stafford,

Christ Church Anglican Young People's Association celebration. Christ Church opened on Foregate Street in 1839. Its mission church, St. Aidan's, was consecrated in 1902 on Marston Road. Christ ...

Circus Parade, Stafford

'Lord' George Sanger's Circus parading down Gaolgate Street towards Gaol Square.

Concert finale, Borough Hall, Stafford,

Concert, possibly 'Masque of Empire' staged in the mid 1920s. On the stage is Britannia, centre, with characters representing England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

Corporation Street School Christmas Concert, Stafford,

Christmas concert performed at the Borough Hall, Eastgate Street. Corporation Street School replaced the British School in Earl Street in 1894. The first master was John Wheeldon and today the school ...

Dancing School, Borough Hall, Stafford,

Members of Miss Stitchling's Dancing School in the Borough Hall on Eastgate Street. The production was 'Sing a Song of Sixpence'.

Drama Performed by German prisoners of War at Brocton Camp

German Prisoners of War taking part in a theatrical production at Brocton Camp. The play, by a Norwegian author, deals with the impact of the collapse of a business empire in a small town on the Norwegian ...

Drama Performed by Prisoners of War, Brocton Camp,

German Prisoners of War taking part in a theatrical production at Brocton Camp. During the First World War two military camps were built on the Chase - Brocton Camp, which was located near to Anson's ...

Dramatic Production, Stafford Girls' High School

In 1907 the County Council took over a private girls' school at the Moat House on Newport Road, and moved it to new and larger premises in The Oval. It became Stafford Girls' High School, and there were ...

Dramatic Production, Stafford Girls' High School

In 1907 the County Council took over a private girls' school at the Moat House on Newport Road, and moved it to new and larger premises in The Oval. It became Stafford Girls' High School, and there were ...

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 ...

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