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Wiltons Music Hall archives at the V&A

Malt Cross Team | Heritage | 19th January 2018

At the end of October, the V&A purchased and preserved many documents from England's oldest surviving music hall, Wilton's (Otherwise known as the Old Mahogany). It is preserving these docume...

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Music Hall in War Time

Malt Cross Team | Heritage | 12th January 2018

In the War time, for many music halls, times were hard. People were becoming much less interested in the style and so many music halls were shutting down, or were developing other functions.But, for t...

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Gareth Malone

Malt Cross Team | Heritage | 5th January 2018

Gareth Malone at the end of last year, went on the program 'Who do you think you are?' in the hope to discover where his passion for performing had come from.He is known for being 'the Nations favouri...

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New Year

Malt Cross Team | Heritage | 29th December 2017

New Year was a huge deal in the Victorian era, and many of our traditions have developed from there! All due to Queen Victoria's love for all things Scottish, and in Scotland New Years was a big festi...

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Christmas Presents

Malt Cross Team | Heritage | 22nd December 2017

At the beginning of the Victorian era, Christmas was not really celebrated much in Britain, or at least not in the way we do now. But, by the end of the Victorian era, it had grown into one of the big...

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