As many of you will know, we have been working with Steve at Fargo Village screening some great films and we thought you guys should get to know him and his business!
Sgt Bilko’s Vintage Emporium is a unique venture launched in March 2015 within the creative quarter of FarGo Village. Specialising in vintage and modern film, stage and television memorabilia with a strong emphasis of everything ‘cult’ the store will cater for a wide range of tastes. Offering a varied and revolving selection of rare autographs, books, magazines, FOH stills, DVD/Blu Ray, collectors toys, models, limited editions, framed photos, children’s toys, trading cards, soundtracks, quad posters, comics and standees.
The proprietor Steve Everitt is an avid memorabilia aficionado and collector and brings a wealth of experience to this new venture. Co-founder of The British Phil Silvers Appreciation Society, Steve was heavily involved with the 2014/2015 DVD release of The Complete Phil Silvers Show and is currently working on a number of Phil Silvers related projects.
The British Phil Silvers Appreciation Society are proud to announce the launch of THE PHIL SILVERS ARCHIVAL MUSEUM. The Museum is dedicated to the life and work of Phil Silvers and will house a generous display of personal effects and items, posters, photographs, letters, books and memorabilia. Doors officially opened on November 1st, 2015 – the 30th anniversary of Phil’s passing with extensive press, radio and television coverage. Entry is free and all fans and admirers of Phil Silvers are welcome.
We organise monthly cult film shows shown at Urban. Entry is free and we screen in 1080HD! Past screenings have included Hammer Horror, Boris Karloff, Laurel and Hardy and Thunderbirds. Check out our Facebook pages or Urban’s Film Club Page for 2016 schedules!