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Silk Programmes for Day's Crystal Palace, Birmingham

A silk programme dated Thursday the 21st September 1871 for a 'Grand Extra Night' for the Benefit of Mr James Day at Day's Crystal Palace - Courtesy Alec Watson.

Above - A silk programme dated Thursday the 21st September 1871 for a 'Grand Extra Night' for the Benefit of Mr James Day at Day's Crystal Palace, Birmingham - Courtesy Alec Watson.

A Silk Music Hall Programme for the 25th anniversary of the opening of Day's Crystal Palace of Varieties on the 22nd of September 1887 - Kindly sent in by Graham A Hodgkinson.

Above - A Silk Music Hall Programme for the 25th anniversary of the opening of Day's Crystal Palace, Birmingham on the 22nd of September 1887. On the Bill were Bessie Bellwood, Kitty Wren, Kattie Lawrence, the Sisters Percival, Annie D'Lonra, Georgie Francis, Lizzie Wharton, Mdlle Pauline, Fred Wilkinson, Fred Carlos, George Castle, Gus Elen, Oscar Parisot, Frank Gilfort, Captain Dixon, the Elka Troupe, Tom Huntley, the Michigan Coons, the Stilliard Quartete, the Swiss Mountaineers, the Albert & Edmunds' Troup, and the Felix Boar Hounds. - Programme Kindly sent in for inclusion on the site by Graham A Hodgkinson.

The Silk 28th Anniversary Programme for Day's Crystal Palace, Birmingham, September the 25th 1890 - Courtesy Robert Wild

Above - The Silk 28th Anniversary Programme for Day's Crystal Palace, Birmingham, September the 25th 1890 - Courtesy Robert Wild

The Silk 28th Anniversary Programme for Day's Crystal Palace, Birmingham, September the 25th 1890 - Courtesy Robert Wild

Above - The Silk 28th Anniversary Programme for Day's Crystal Palace, Birmingham, September the 25th 1890 - Courtesy Robert Wild

The Silk 29th Anniversary Programme for Day's Crystal Palace, Birmingham, September the 17th 1891 - Courtesy Robert Wild

Above - The Silk 29th Anniversary Programme for Day's Crystal Palace, Birmingham, September the 17th 1891 - Courtesy Robert Wild

The Silk 29th Anniversary Programme for Day's Crystal Palace, Birmingham, September the 17th 1891 - Courtesy Robert Wild

Above - The Silk 29th Anniversary Programme for Day's Crystal Palace, Birmingham, September the 17th 1891 - Courtesy Robert Wild

A programme, printed on silk, for Day's Crystal Palace, Birmingham on the 21st and 22nd of November 1878 - Courtesy Keith Belcher.

Above - A programme, printed on silk, for Day's Crystal Palace, Birmingham on the 21st and 22nd of November 1878 - Courtesy Keith Belcher. The performance was for the Benefit of The Juvenile Foresters and featured E. Oliver, Joe Lund, Nelly Wilson, R. H. Sanders, Mr. & Mrs. H. Sinclair, the Juvenile Foresters Band, Charles Williams, Canfield & Booker, Reynolds & Romer, James Read, Blanche Reynolds, J. W. Hanson, and Bel, Juba, & Hearn.

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