PUBLIC HOUSE CONCERT: MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT AT THE WHARNCLIFFE HOTEL, SHEFFIELD, YORKSHIRE, ENGLAND, UK, SEPTEMBER 1944
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A barman carries a tray of beers through from the saloon bar to the concert saloon at the Wharncliffe Hotel in Sheffield. Between pieces, the audience can call for drinks which are then brought through for them. For those not wishing to attend the concert, the saloon bar is open as normal and the connecting doors between the saloon bar and concert saloon firmly closed, making sure that neither party disturbs the other. Tonight's concert is by pianist Noel Mewton-Wood (not pictured).