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Hey Riddle Diddle
A musical happening created by GILLIAN LYNNE and YVONNE LrrrLEwoon with music arranged and conducted by NELSON RIDDLE featuring
Choreography, Gillian Lynne
Additional music, Connell Bernard
Design, Robert Macgowan
Roy Castle Is appearing in ' Big Bad Mouse ' at the Shaftesbury Theatre. London


Unknown: Gillian Lynne
Unknown: Yvonne Lrrrlewoon
Conducted By: Nelson Riddle
Unknown: Gillian Lynne
Music: Connell Bernard
Design: Robert MacGowan
Unknown: Yvonne Littlewood
Three Blind Mice: David Toguri
Three Blind Mice: Neil Fitzwilliam
Three Blind Mice: Louis Godfrey
Jack Horner: Bernard Sharpe
Huntsman: Julian Orchard
Bo-Peep: Louanne Richards
Tom the Piper's Son: Ray Davis
Polly: Aleta Morrison
Sukey: Sheila O'Neill
Brother John: Gerald Campion
Jack: Leslie Meadows
Jill: Jenny Crews
Muffin Man: Harry Haythorne
The Children: Nigel Grice
The Children: Josephine Little
The Children: Denise Watson
The Children: Rosemary Blake
The Children: Lesley Judd
The Children: Nadine Marzell
The Children: Janice White

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