Brothers Dave Sealey (b. 20 Feb 1946, Redditch, Worcestershire, Britain) and Al Sealey (b. Alan Sealey, 18 Might 1940, Redditch, Worcestershire, Britain, d. 16 Dec 1999, Britain), produced their present day ‘music hall action’ in 1971, producing their debut at a folk membership in Stratford-upon-Avon. Both got previously sung, Al using a Midlands-based folk group, while Dave got released several singles in his very own correct. The stage name, Cosmotheka, was extracted from an old period music hall situated in Paddington, London. Through the middle-70s, the set were invited to seem onSaturday Night ON THE Mill, on BBC tv, with Sandy Powell. Therefore led to several performances on BBC’s lunch-time showPebble Mill At One. In addition, it led to them being provided their initial radio series, on BBC Radio 4, and their very own mini-series A Postcard From Cosmotheka. They guested on many tv shows where their verbal dexterity and an abundance of dual entendres proved well-known. They produced several albums that recalling the heyday from the music hall, keeping alive the tracks of singers such as for example Harry Champ. The duo made an appearance at folk celebrations, arts celebrations and arts centres through the entire United kingdom Isles, and abroad. In addition with their music hall present, These Are THE TIMES, the brothers had written and performed The Dark Sheep FROM THE Family, a present chronicling the life span and tracks of vocalist Fred Barnes. The display was debuted on the Purcell Area, on London’s South Loan company and was shown on nationwide radio. For BBC Radio 2, Dave and Al had written and performed Wot A Mouth area, a ‘definitive lifestyle tale’ of vocalist Harry Champion. Just one more diversion off their normal work was the tribute to range artists from the 30s and 40s, known as In The Container. Al Sealey passed away of pneumonia in Dec 1999. Dave Sealey proceeds to perform single and also in a variety of collaborations.