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(By arrangement with Cyril L. Phillips) present
Act II of "1066 And All That"
From the Book by R.J. Yeatman and W.C. Sellar
Words and Lyrics by Reginald Arkell
Music by Alfred Reynolds

Elspeth Duxbury, Olive Milbourne, Curigwen Lewis, Mary Mills, Elspeth March, Ruth Robinson, Laidman Browne, Phillip Holles, Hugh Butt, Richard Littledale, Harold Chapin, John Lewis, Donald Eccles, Stephen Murray, Reginald Gatty, Derek Prentice, Charles Gordon, Arthur Ridley, Vernon Harris, James Robertson, Bertram Heyhoe, William Worsley
The Compere, Charles Victor
The Common Man, Hugh E. Wright
The Dancers: Joan Butterfield, Marjorie Chapman, Jasmine Shustary, Mavis Edwards, Winifred Whcble, Dolores Lachasse, Veronica Varderlyn

1. Bruce and the Spider; 2. Ballet of Roses; 3. Henry VIII; 4. Beards; 5. Queen Elizabeth; 6 Police Court; 7. The Puritan and the Cavalier; 8. A Hatshop; ye Merrie England
The Orchestra under the direction of Alfred Reynolds
Produced by Herbert M. Prentice

Relayed from The Birmingham Repertory Theatre


Arrangement With:
Cyril L. Phillips
Book By:
R. J. Yeatman
Reginald Arkell
Music By:
Alfred Reynolds
Ruth Robinson
Hugh Butt Richard
Charles Victor
Hugh E. Wright
Joan Butterfield
Chapman Jasm
Lachasse Veronica Varderlyn
Produced By:
Herbert M. Prentice

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