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This poster advertises The Small Faces playing gig at the Social Centre, South Oxhey on Monday March 7th 1966.

A3 £4.95 16 X 11
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A1 £14.95 33 X 23




A great poster advertising The Small Faces playing gig at the Rhodes Centre, Bishops Stortford on Saturday, February 4th 1967, with support from the Teapots.

A3 £4.95 16 X 11
A2 £9.95 23 X 16
A1 £14.95 33 X 23




A great poster advertising a gig at the Odeon in Manchester, on Thursday, 3rd November 1966. There were 2 performances that evening, with the Hollies and the Small Faces headlining. Support acts included Paul Jones who had recently left Manfred Mann, Paul and Barry Ryan, the Nashville Teens and others.

A3 £4.95 16 X 11
A2 £9.95 23 X 16
A1 £14.95 33 X 23




A very colourful poster advertising The Small Faces playing a gig at the Locarno in Swindon on Thursday 11th November 1965, supported by The Sons of Adam, a band from Wales.

A3 £4.95 16 X 11
A2 £9.95 23 X 16
A1 £14.95 33 X 23




A great poster advertising a show featuring The Faces supported by Thin Lizzy, (with their name misspelled as Lizzie), playing 'Starkers' club in Boscombe, Bournemouth, on Friday 8th October 1971.

A3 £4.95 16 X 11
A2 £9.95 23 X 16
A1 £14.95 33 X 23



A fantastic poster advertising a show from the infamous 1968 tour of Australia and New Zealand by The Who, The Small Faces and Paul Jones. The tour coincided with Steve Marriott's 21st birthday, who treated himself to a new Gibson guitar as a birthday present. When the other musicians on the tour found out, they sprayed it pink behind Marriott's back, who then gave it to Pete Townshend to smash on stage!!

A3 £4.95 16 X 11
A2 £9.95 23 X 16
A1 £14.95 33 X 23



A great poster advertising The Small Faces playing two nights at the Birmingham Theatre in the Midlands, UK, in November 1968. They played two shows that night, supporting The Who. Also on the same bill were The Mindbenders and Arthur Brown.

A3 £4.95 16 X 11
A2 £9.95 23 X 16
A1 £14.95 33 X 23



This poster advertises The Small Faces playing two nights at the Roundhouse, Chalk Farm, in North London, in November 1968. Both gigs were 'all nighters', starting at 11pm until dawn. They were supporting The Who, as were Joe Cocker, Yes, The Mindbenders and Arthur Brown.

A3 £4.95 16 X 11
A2 £9.95 23 X 16
A1 £14.95 33 X 23


A fab poster advertising The Small Faces playing two nights at the Empire Theatre in Liverpool, in November 1968. They played two shows that night, and were supporting The Who. Also on the bill were Joe Cocker and the Greasband, The Mindbenders and Arthur Brown. On this night, Kenney Jones, the drummer with the Small Faces joined Keith Moon on drums for 'Magic Bus'!

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A great poster from St Lukes College in Exeter advertising the Midsummer Ball featuring The Small Faces, Marmalade, The Nite People, Adge Cutler and the Wurzels, Jims Inn and the Southern City Jazzmen. The concert took place on 24th June 1968.

A3 £4.95 16 X 11
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A very colourful poster advertising The Small Faces playing a gig at the Locarno in Swindon on Thursday 2nd February 1965, admission fee, seven and six, or thirty seven and a half pence!!

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In 1971, The who played a charity concert in aid of the Bangladesh Relief Fund, at the Oval Cricket Ground in Kennington, South London. Over 31,000 people watched The Who, along with The Faces, Lindisfarne, Quintessence, Mott The Hoople, Cochise, the Greaseband, America, Atomic Rooster, and Eugene Wallace. During 'Magic Bus', Keith Moon played the drums using a valuable cricket bat belonging to the club, then threw it into the crowd at the end of the performance!!

A3 £4.95 16 X 11
A2 £9.95 23 X 16
A1 £14.95 33 X 23