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Documentary: Sulphur Dell

Sulphur Dell was Nashville’s storied ballpark, but the claim of its significance went far beyond local fans’ love for baseball. Its wide-ranging notoriety was asserted on the famous marquee’ atop the entrance: “Baseball’s Most Historic Park Since 1870”. 288 more words

History

London 1918 - old adverts

London 1918 – old adverts

Fags and lightbulbs

Army & Navy and a Hatchetts buffet

Afternoon teas

Want to hire a banjo band?

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Anything Goes @ Alhambra Theatre

Anything Goes is a colourful, sparkling, witty and wonderful musical with the feel-good factor on an all-time high. Daniel Evans’ assured direction brings out every facet of the talent on display. 249 more words

The Full Monty @ Alhambra Theatre, Bradford

Transforming the hit film The Full Monty into a stage version was pretty much a risk for writer Simon Beaufoy, partly due to the setting of the show in the 80s (would it still work?) but also in case it fell foul of the film’s success. 507 more words

SUNDAY, JANUARY 28, 1934

I read the papers all morning. Mama and I went to the Alhambra at 4 and saw “King for a Night” and “Right to Romance.” It was terribly cold and windy coming home.

1930s

SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1934

Mama went in town this morning. We looked for rooms on Clairmount. Got 2 on Trowbridge for $3.50. We saw “White Woman” and “Berkely Square” at Alhambra. Spooky.