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: For the Children

Chinese Acrobats
The Tong Brothers do their spectacular balancing feats.

Annette's Song Cupboard
Annette Mills' songs come to life in a mysterious way.
(Dancers appear by permission of the Arts Educational Schools)

The Jones Family in the House of Commons
Josephine, Dan, and Elizabeth Jones are shown over the Houses of Parliament by an M.P.
A story with pictures by Pearl Binder, read by Betty Hardy.

Contributors

Acrobats (Chinese Acrobats): The Tong Brothers
Singer (Annette's Song Cupboard): Annette Mills
Dance arranger (Annette's Song Cupboard): Grace Cone
Pictures (The Jones Family in the House of Commons): Pearl Binder
Reader (The Jones Family in the House of Commons): Betty Hardy

: And So to Bed

An adventure with Pepys
A comedy in three acts by J.B. Fagan
Period: A few days after the close of the Diary, 1669
The action takes place in the home of Samuel Pepys and in Mistress Knight's lodging in London.

Contributors

Writer: J.B. Fagan
Settings: James Bould
Producer: Fred O'Donovan
Lettice: Maureen Glynne
Boy to Pepys: John Scott
Samuel Pepys: Antony Holies
Doll, a blackamoor: Gladys Taylor
Mrs Knight: Tara Barry
A watchman: Michael O'Halloran
Julia: Paula Young
Pelling, the potticary: Ian Fleming
Pelham Humfrey: Richmond Naime
Caesar: Dermot Cathie
Mrs Pierce: Diana Beaumont
Mrs Knepp: Simona Pakenham
Mrs Pepys: Moira Lister
Prodgers (Groom of the bed-chamber): Michael O'Halloran
Charles II: Austin Trevor
Pianist: Tom McCall
Flautist: Lionel Solomon
Cellist: David Penman








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