Music hall history site dedicated to performer and songwriter Arthur Lloyd containing biographies, interviews, songs, and theatre posters as well as the histories of lost theatres.
Brick Lane Music Hall
London theatre that offers shows including traditional music hall bills as well as freshly devised production shows.
British Music Hall Society
Aims to preserve the history of Music Hall and Variety, and recall the artistes who were part of that scene; includes details of membership, journal, and bi-monthly shows.
The Hiss & Boo Company
Specialise in music hall, variety, light entertainment and pantomimes at theatres throughout the UK.
Dedicated to the life and times of this English music hall comedian and singer, who first performed "I do like to be beside the seaside" in 1909.
Provides information on Max Miller, the "cheeky chappie" music hall comedian of the 1930s, 40s and 50s.
Max Wall Society
Offers information about the life and works of performer and comedian Max Wall.
Music Hall Studies
A twice yearly journal devoted to research into music hall and the variety theatre. Includes subscription details and ordering of back issues.
Scottish Music Hall and Variety Theatre Society
Formed to celebrate and preserve the memory of the glorious days of Scottish variety theatre; includes biographies of well-known performers, a guide to significant buildings, with details of membership and activities.