The contents of the collection are as follows:
Queen's Hall – 35 programmes
The collection includes 11 programmes from "Promenade Concerts", eight programmes from the series "Symphony Concerts" and six programmes form concerts organised by the Royal Philharmonic Society. The collection also includes a festival programme from the London Festival of British Music (1915).
Royal Albert Hall – 24 programmes
The collection includes 17 programmes from the series "London Ballad Concerts".
Wigmore Hall – 17 programmes
Aeolian Hall – 15 programmes
Other London venues:
London Coliseum; Bloomsbury Central Church, Shaftesbury Avenue; Central Hall, Westminster (2); Bechstein Hall; Steinway Hall; Princes' Hall, Piccadilly; Southwark Cathedral; Swakeleys, Uxbridge; Leighton House, 12 Holland Park Road; Royal Victoria Hall, Waterloo Road; Northmet House, Cannon Hill, Southgate (2).
Pier Pavilion – 17 programmes
The programmes are from orchestral concerts, given by an orchestra entitled "Pier's Company Orchestra".
Other provincial venues:
West Pier, Brighton; Winter Garden, Palace Pier, Brighton (2); Aquarium Winter Garden, Brighton (2); Royal Albert Institute, Windsor; Music Hall, Edinburgh; Royal Hall, Harrogate; Usher Hall, Edinburgh (2); Women's Institute Hall, Finchampstead; Villa Marina [Douglas, Isle of Mann].
In addition, there is a prospectus from the Municipal Orchestra, Bournemouth, where concerts took place in the Winter Gardens (Bournemouth) and Bournemouth Pier.
There is a programme where no venue has been printed, but a pencil annotation indicates that the concert took place in Central Hall, Westminster. There are five programmes from unspecified venues.
- Aeolian Hall, London
- Aquarium Winter Gardens, Brighton
- Bechstein Hall
- Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church
- Central Hall, Westminster
- Leighton House
- London Coliseum
- Music Hall, George Street, Edinburgh
- Northmet House, Cannon Hill, Southgate
- Pier Pavilion, Llandudno
- Pier, Bournemouth
- Prince´s Hall, Piccadilly
- Queen's Hall, London
- Royal Albert Hall
- Royal Albert Institute, Windsor
- Royal Hall, Harrogate
- Royal Victoria Hall
- Southwark Cathedral
- Steinway Hall, London (became Grotian Hall 1925)
- Swakeleys, Uxbridge
- Usher Hall, Edinburgh
- Villa Marina, Douglas
- West Pier, Brighton
- Wigmore Hall
- Winter Garden, Palace Pier, Brighton
- Winter Gardens, Bournemouth
- Women's Institute Hall, Finchampstead