The contents of the collection are as follows:
St. James's Hall – 36 programmes, plus press cuttings
The collection contains six programmes from Monday popular concerts, as well as a few press cuttings. Some of the programmes are analytical programmes; others single leaf music lists. There are eight programmes from "Richter concerts" in the collection, as well as five programmes from "Symphony concerts" or "London Symphony Concerts". The collection includes five programmes from concerts organised by the Philharmonic Society. There is also a programme from a concert featuring performances by the composer Edvard Grieg, Nina Grieg (his wife), and another singer. This concert – entitled "Herr Edvard Grieg's evening concert" – consisted exclusively of Grieg's music.
Royal Albert Hall – 10 programmes
The collection contains eight programmes from the "West Theatre", and two programmes from the main Hall.
Other London venues:
Empire Mansion, 14 West Bolton Gardens, Earl's Court; Oaklands Hall, West End Lane, West Hampstead; Town Hall, Shoreditch; Clapham and Patching Schoolroom; 28 Ashley Place, Victoria Street, SW; Princes' Hall, Piccadilly (2); Beresford Assembly Rooms, Beresford Street, Camberwell; Theatre Royal, Covent Garden (2 programmes, 1 flier – "Promenade Concerts"); 20th Middlesex (Artsits) R.V., Duke's Road, Euston Road; Theatre Royal, Drury Lane; Her Majesty's Theatre (2 programmes – "Promenade Concerts"); Brixton Hall, Acre Lane, SW; Royal Botanical Society of London, Gardens, Regent's Park [Now known as Queen's Mary's Gardens, Regent's Park - London borough of Westminster].
Leeds Popular Concerts – 4 programmes
There are three programmes from the Coliseum, Leeds, and one programme from the Town Hall, Leeds.
Town Hall – 3 programmes
Other Birmingham venues:
The Stores, Paradise Street.
Other Provincial venues:
Shaftesbury Hall, Bournemouth; Town Hall, Ayr; Corn Exchange, Stamford; Llandudno Pier; Albert Institute, Windsor; Town Hall, Oxford (2 copies); St. Andrew’s Hall, Glasgow; Pump Room, Tunbridge Wells; Devonshire Park, Eastbourne; Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford; Town Hall, Maidenhead (3 copies); Assembly Room, Barnesley (2 copies); Brighton Aquarium.
There are two programmes from concerts given by the Edinburgh Choral Union, where the venue is not specified. There is a programme which details the Orpheus Choral Society’s 1889-1890 season; though it does not indicate where the concert took place, the rehearsals were held at Schools, Islip Street. There are two programmes from the Central Exchange Art Gallery: the geographic location of this venue is not known. There is one programme from a concert entitled "Mr John Thomas's autumnal concert tour" - Thomas is listed as a harp player - which does not list concert venues. There is a programme from a series of three concerts organised by the International Inventions, London, in 1885. However, the venue is not specified.
- 20th Middlesex (Artists) R.V., Duke's Road, Euston Road
- 28 Ashley Place, Victoria Street
- Albert Institute, Windsor
- Assembly Room, Barnsley
- Beresford Assembly Rooms, Beresford Street, Camberwell
- Brighton Aquarium
- Brixton Hall
- Central Exchange Art Gallery (town unspecified)
- Clapham and Patching Schoolroom
- Coliseum, Leeds
- Corn Exchange, Stamford
- Devonshire Park, Eastbourne
- Empire Mansion, West Bolton Gardens, Earl's Court
- Her Majesty's Theatre, 1837-1901 (Was Queen's Theatre to 1714, King's Theatre to 1837; Became His Majesty's Theatre 1901, Became Her Majesty's Theatre 1952)
- Llandudno Pier
- Oaklands Hall, West End Lane, West Hampstead
- Prince´s Hall, Piccadilly
- Pump room, Tunbridge Wells
- Royal Albert Hall
- Royal Albert Hall: West Theatre
- Royal Botanical Society of London Gardens, Regent's Park
- Shaftesbury Hall, Bournemouth
- Sheldonian Theatre
- St. Andrew's Hall, Glasgow
- Stores, Paradise Street, Birmingham
- Theatre Royal, Covent Garden
- Theatre Royal, Drury Lane
- Town Hall, Ayr
- Town Hall, Leeds
- Town Hall, Maidenhead
- Town Hall, Oxford
- Town Hall, Shoreditch