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' ROUND THE CONCERT PARTIES'

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No. 15
A composite programme of excerpt' from three concert parties
' THE BOUQUETS "
Presented by Murray Ashford an Wilby Lunn
Produced by Reg Lever from the Pier Pavilion,
Southend-on-Sea
The company includes :
Elsie Winsor ; Arthur Bell ; Margie Scott ; Sydney Revill; Benny Bennett ; Jeanne's Cavalcade Girls ; Reg Lever ; Jack Upson and the Boys
' THE ROLLING STONES '
Presented by Richard Jerome from the Floral Hall, Scarborough
The company includes :
Bunny Doyle ; Edna Moncrieff ; Kit Keen ; Eddie Kelland ; Joyce Clifford ; Max Oldaker ; Olga Wake-field ; Douglas Bradley ; Betty Jumel ; The Dancing Debutantes ;
Jack Allen 's Orchestra
' POPPLEWELL'S " GAIETY
WHIRL" OF 1939' from the Gaiety Theatre, Ayr
The company includes
Jack Anthony ; Bond Rowell ; Joy Hayden ; Cicely Hullett ; Ann Petrie ; Eddie Molloy ; Coral Gunning; Murray Stewart ; Tom Graham ; Jack Healy ; Susan and Mandy; Ravel and Bowyer; The Twelve John Tiller Girls ; The Gaiety Rhythm
Band, directed by Harry Broad
The programme presented by Harry S. Pepper

Contributors

Presented By: Murray Ashford
Unknown: Wilby Lunn
Produced By: Reg Lever
Unknown: Elsie Winsor
Unknown: Margie Scott
Unknown: Benny Bennett
Unknown: Reg Lever
Unknown: Jack Upson
Presented By: Richard Jerome
Unknown: Bunny Doyle
Unknown: Edna Moncrieff
Unknown: Eddie Kelland
Unknown: Joyce Clifford
Unknown: Douglas Bradley
Unknown: Betty Jumel
Unknown: Jack Allen
Unknown: Jack Anthony
Unknown: Bond Rowell
Unknown: Joy Hayden
Unknown: Cicely Hullett
Unknown: Ann Petrie
Unknown: Eddie Molloy
Unknown: Murray Stewart
Unknown: Tom Graham
Unknown: Jack Healy
Unknown: John Tiller Girls
Directed By: Harry Broad
Unknown: S. Pepper

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