Davie Jones and the Manish Boys performed at the Invicta Ballroom on the High Street in Chatham, Kent, on 21 September 1964.
The venue was a cinema until 1939, after which it was used by the Church Army during World War Two.
In the post-war years it became a warehouse and indoor market, before being renovated as an entertainment venue. It reopened in 1962 and hosted music events, ballroom dancing, wrestling, and bingo. It became a bingo hall until 1985, and was demolished two years later.
Also on this day...
- 1965: Live: David Bowie and the Lower Third, 100 Club, London
- 1963: Live: The Konrads, Civic Hall, Orpington
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