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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!!

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A fantastic poster advertising The Who playing gig at the Ricky Tick Club in Windsor on Friday, December 17th 1965. After arriving from playing on TV's 'Ready Steady Go', Keith Moon collapsed onstage half an hour into the show. He had to be replaced by Viv Prince for the second time in a week!

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A great full colour Promo poster advertising the new single "Pictures Of Lily" by the Who, released on Decca in 1967.

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A fantastic poster advertising The High Numbers residency at the Railway Hotel, Harrow and Wealdstone in North London.

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A fantastic poster from Saturday December 18th, 1965 featuring a concert by The Who playing at the Birdcage Club in Portsmouth. This poster also advertises forthcoming shows featuring Stevie Wonder, The Drifters and Solomon Burke.

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

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A great poster advertising The Who, when they were still known as The Detours playing their one and only gig at the Fox and Goose Hotel, Ealing in West London on Friday January 11th 1963.

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This poster advertises a show at Newcastle City on Monday 30th October 1967. The performers that evening included The Who, Traffic, Marmalade, The Tremeloes and The Herd, each band performing two sets each.

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A very nice poster from Saturday, May 22nd, 1965 advertising a gig by The Who playing at the Astoria Ballroom in Rawtenstall, just outside of Blackburn in Lancashire. The previous day, The Who played a live set on 'Ready Steady Go', performing 'Anyway Anyhow Anywhere', which was released as a single, and appeared in the UK charts for the first time 2 weeks later.

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A1 £14.95 33 X 23




The Who playing at the Spa Royal Hall in Bridlington, Yorkshire, in the UK, on Saturday 23rd July 1966. The band were supported by 2 other acts that night, 21st Century and The Mandrakes featuring a 17 year old Robert Palmer!!

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An historic poster advertising a last minute gig by The Who at the Locarno in Sunderland, on Friday 7th May 1971. It has been said that on the way back from the show the next day, the band stopped off to relieve themselves against a hugh stone monolith. Photographs were taken, and the rest is history. The pictures were used as the front cover for the bands Whos Next album!

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This poster advertises a gig by The Who playing at the Pavilion Ballrooms in Bournemouth, on Wednesday 2nd April 1969. The event was organised by the Students Union from Poole College, and also featured support from the Third Ear Band and The Embers.

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

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A copy of a very rare poster advertising The Who, when they were still known as The Detours playing a regular Friday night gig at Club Druane, Notre Dame Church Hall, Leicester Place in London in 1963. Playing that same night were The Federals and The Bel-Airs and the admission price was 4/6, about 23 pence!! This venue still exists and can be found just off Leicester Square.

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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!!

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A great poster advertising The Who playing their last ever gig at the Goldhawk Social Club, in Shepherds Bush, West London on Friday, 3rd December 1965. This show was the first time the band had played there for six months, having played regularly on Friday nights for more than 2 years, building up a huge mod following.

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A fantastic poster advertising a concert by The Who when they were still known as The Detours, playing at the White Hart Hotel in Acton, in North West London.

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A rare poster advertising a show at the Lyceum Ballroom in London, organised by the students union at Brunel University. The gig took place on Friday 18th October 1967, starting at 12.30am through until 7am. Acts included The Who, Jethro Tull, Arthur Brown and others.

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A fantastic poster promoting a gig featuring The Who playing at The 'Birdcage' in Portsmouth, on Saturday February 4th 1967. The same night they were supported by the Jimmy Brown Sound and also Legs.

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A very rare poster from August 23rd, 1964 advertising a gig by The Who when they were still known as The High Numbers, playing at the Hippodrome in Brighton. A few weeks later they changed their name to The Who, and this was the last of 3 Sunday concerts in Brighton when they were supporting Dusty Springfield and Eden Kane, and this particular night was Keith Moons 17th birthday!!

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A very nice poster from Saturday, May 22nd, 1965 advertising a gig by The Who playing at the Astoria Ballroom in Rawtenstall, just outside of Blackburn in Lancashire. The previous day, The Who played a live set on 'Ready Steady Go', performing 'Anyway Anyhow Anywhere', which was released as a single, and appeared in the UK charts for the first time 2 weeks later.

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 Who playing an 'All Nite Rave' at Club Noreik, in Tottenham in North London, on Saturday 13th March 1965. The support act that night was from The Candles, and the entrance fee a mere 7/6 (35 and a half pence!!).

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

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A brilliant poster advertising the Uxbridge Blues Festival which took place on Saturday 19th June 1965. The show took place in Uxbridge, Middlesex between 3.00pm and 11.30pm with some of the top acts of the day. The performers included, Long John Baldry and the Hoochie Coochie Men, John Mayall's Bluesbreakers featuring Eric Clapton, Zoot Money's Big Roll Band, Solomon Burke, the Ray Martin Group, Cliff Bennett and the Rebel Rousers, the Spencer Davis Group, Marianne Faithfull, the Birds featuring Ron Wood, and The Who. The Who played between 3.45pm and 4.15pm before they went off to play an evening gig at the Notre Dame Hall in London.

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A great poster advertising The Who Put the Boot In Tour from 1976.
The Who played at the following three stadium venues:
The Valley, Charlton Athletic FC 5-31-76.
Celtic Football Club Glasgow 6-5-76.
Swansea City Football Club 6-12-76.
The bands appearing on the bill with The Who were: Sensational Alex Harvey Band, Little Feat, Outlaws, Streetwalkers, and Widowmaker.

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A great poster advertising The Who Put the Boot In Tour from 1976.
The Who played at the following three stadium venues:
The Valley, Charlton Athletic FC 5-31-76.
Celtic Football Club Glasgow 6-5-76.
Swansea City Football Club 6-12-76.
The bands appearing on the bill with The Who were: Sensational Alex Harvey Band, Little Feat, Outlaws, Streetwalkers, and Widowmaker.

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A2 £9.95 23 X 16
A1 £14.95 33 X 23




A rare poster advertising The Who playing at the Corn Exchange in Newbury on Friday, 20th May 1966.

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The Rhodes Centre became one of the most prestigious venues on the music circuit in the early sixties, featuring many of the big names of the time. This poster advertises a concert by The Who, supported by Cops 'n' Robbers, playing at the venue in Bishops Stortford, on Saturday, March 27th 1965. Admission that evening, 8/-, only 40 pence!

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