Judith Bowers

Author

Judith Bowers has worked for many years as an archaeologist, and later as a Glasgow historian. She created a children’s history series called Scary Scotland, broadcast on STV in 1998 as part of the children’s programme Skoosh, for which she wrote and presented seven episodes. In 1998 she assisted in the research and presentation of a documentary on the Britannia for the series Arteries. She is secretary of the Britannia Music Hall Trust.

Judith Bowers has worked for many years as an archaeologist, and later as a Glasgow historian. She created a children’s history series called Scary Scotland, broadcast on STV in 1998 as part of the children’s programme Skoosh, for which she wrote and presented seven episodes. In 1998 she assisted in the research and presentation of a documentary on the Britannia for the series Arteries. She is secretary of the Britannia Music Hall Trust.

Books

  • Paperback | Pub: 22 Sep 2014
    £12.99

    Music-hall stars such as Jack Buchanan, Charles Coburn, Harry Lauder, Dan Leno and Vesta Tilley all trod the boards at what started life as the Britannia Music Hall, as did a certain Stan Laurel, who made his debut there in 1906. Under the...