The contents of the collection are as follows:
Queen’s Hall – 26 programmes
Wigmore Hall – 9 programmes
Other London venues:
Royal Albert Hall; Alexandra Palace; Clothworkers’ Hall; Royal Opera House, Covent Garden (2); Palladium; North End Hall, Croydon; Robert Whyte Memorial Hall, Bromley; Francis Holland School; Central Hall, Westminster.
In addition, there are four London Orchestra Guides which list concerts for various venues in London.
Town Hall, Worthing (2); Town Hall, Cheltenham (4); Pier Pavilion, Llandudno (2); Pavilion, Bournemouth; International Club House, Cambridge; Albert Hall, Nottingham (6); University Hall, Leeds; Concert Hall, Winter Gardens, Malvern; Music Hall, Shrewsbury; Town Hall, Oxford; King Edward Horse Hall, Windsor; Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone; Dome, Brighton; Floral Hall, Scarborough.
In addition, there is a programme from the Leeds Triennial Festival. There is also a prospectus for the 80th season of Hallé concerts. The venue is not specified, but it is assumed that it was the Free Trade Hall, Manchester.
There is a programme from the Pankridge Farm Music Club, where the venue is not specified. There is also a programme from the Tonbridge School Music Society, where it is probable that the concert took place within the school premises.
There are three programmes from unspecified venues.
- Albert Hall, Nottingham
- Alexandra Palace
- Central Hall, Westminster
- Clothworkers' Hall
- Dome, Brighton
- Floral Hall, Scarborough
- Francis Holland School
- Free Trade Hall
- International Club House, Cambridge
- King Edward Horse Hall, Windsor
- Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone
- Music Hall, Shrewsbury
- North End Hall, Croydon
- Palladium Theatre (became London Palladium 1934)
- Pavilion Theatre, Bournemouth
- Pier Pavilion, Llandudno
- Queen's Hall, London
- Robert Whyte Memorial Hall, Bromley
- Royal Albert Hall
- Royal Opera House
- Town Hall, Cheltenham
- Town Hall, Oxford
- Town Hall, Worthing
- University of Leeds: Great Hall
- Wigmore Hall
- Winter Gardens, Malvern: Concert Hall