Duke Ellington Orchestra British Tour – February 1964 010
Page 16 and the rear inside cover of a programme for Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra's tour of Britain, 1964. Page 16 features credits, with a large photograph of Duke Ellington playing the piano on the rear inside cover.
|Catalogue Reference Number||NJA/PRO/8|
|Creator||Jack Higgins, Benny Green, Eric Jelly|
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|Event Date||February 1964|
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FOR HAROLD DAVISON LTD.
Tour Manager: DOUGIE TOBUTT
Press & Publicity Arrangements: JACK HIGGINS
Harold Davison wishes to thank the following: Mr Harry FRANCIS, Assistant Secretary of the Musicians Union, for his help in negotiating the Anglo-American exchange details; the Managers of the theatres and halls for their keen co-operation.
In accordance with the requirements of the London County Council and the Watch Committees of the various towns and cities of the tour, the following conditions must be observed
The public may leave at the end of the performance by all exit and entrance doors and such doors must at that time be open.
All gangways, corridors, staircases and external passageways intended for exit shall be kept entirely free from obstruction whether permanent or temporary.
Persons shall not be permitted to stand or sit in any of the gangways intersecting the seating, or to sit In any of the other gangways or any unseated space in the Auditorium, unless standing In such space has been specially allowed by the L.C.C. or the Watch Committee, as applicable. If standing be permitted In the gangways at the sides and the rear of the seating it shall be limited to the numbers indicated in the notices exhibited In those positions.
The safety curtain must be lowered and raised once immediately before the commencement of each performance, so as to ensure it being In proper working order.
The Management reserve the right to change the programme without notice and are not held responsible for the non-appearance of any artist.
The Management reserve the right to refuse admittance.
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