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in the presence of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother accompanied by HRH The Duchess of York HRH Princess Alexandra and The Hon Angus Ogilvy
From the stage of the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, on behalf of the Entertainment
Artistes' Benevolent Fund, stars from the world of entertainment celebrate 50 years of television:
Victor Borge, Rory Bremner, Max Bygraves, Marti Caine, Frank Carson, Cyd Charisse, Petula Clark, Lesley Collier, Ronnie Corbett, Tyne Daly, Paul Daniels, Michael Davis, Ken Dodd, Val Doonican, Noel Edmonds, Margot Fonteyn, Sharon Gless, Stephane Grappelli, Simon Howe, Huddersfield Choral Society, David Jason, Stephen Jefferies, Aled Jones, Penelope Keith, Margaret Kelly, Kit and the Widow, Lulu, Nicholas Lyndhurst, Vera Lynn, Ruth Madoc, Valerie Masterson, Buster Merryfield, Bob Monkhouse, Nana Mouskouri, Paul Nicholas, Michael Parkinson, Nicholas Parsons, Peking Opera, Carolyn Pickles, Su Pollard, Alan Randall,
Angela Rippon, Leonard Sachs, Mike Smith, Peggy Spencer, Latin American Formation Team, Peter Ustinov, Marti Webb, Terry Wogan, Victoria Wood
Also featuring members of the companies of 42nd Street and Charlie Girl and the ROYAL VARIETY DANCERS PIPES AND DRUMS OF THE 1ST BATTALION THE KING'S OWN SCOTTISH BORDERERS
Programme introduced by Sue Lawley
Musical director RONNIE HAZLEHURST
Special material NEIL SHAND, JOHN SULLIVAN, PAUL WHEELER
Special choreography NORMAN MAEN, ANTHONY VAN LAAST, GEOFF RICHER Sound BARRIE HAWES
Lighting STAN SNAPE
Designer DON TAYLOR
Director BRIAN WHITEHOUSE
Stage director and associate producer NORMAN MAEN
Producer YVONNE LITTLEWOOD
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