Worthing Pier declared itself “indebted” to the soldiers from Shoreham Camp for providing great entertainments. The Shoreham Camp’s London Command Depot orchestra put on special concerts that boosted visitor numbers. The Camp also provided a range of Concert Parties such as the Big Bens and Non-descripts.
In May 1918 the Musiques were in possession of the Pavillion. Dressed in Pierrot costume and under the leadership of Lieutenant Richardson their very masculine performance was well-designed for popular audiences.
The members of the local Ladies’ Orchestra provided entertainment in the Camp at Shoreham. On this occasion a large assembly of guest soldiers gathered in No. 2 Hut for the most attractive evening’s entertainment. They thoroughly enjoyed the performance, especially the presence of Miss Grace Nockels who gave the most welcome of vocal assistance.