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Northern Music-Hall


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from the Theatre Royal, Leeds.
(by arrangement with Francis Laidler)
[Starring] Gracie Fields and Donald Peers
with Albert Modley, Jimmy James and Company, The Trio Grossetto, The Two Pirates, Audrey Wayne, Muriel Young, The Black Dyke Mills Band, The Yorkshire Girls Choir, The Twelve Music-Hall Maids
Show compered by Archie Andrews assisted by Peter Brough

(Albert Modley appears by arrangement with Emile Littler)


Singer: Gracie Fields
Singer: Donald Peers
Comedian: Albert Modley
Comedians: Jimmy James and Company
Jugglers: The Trio Grossetto
Acrobats: The Two Pirates
Performer: Audrey Wayne
Performer: Muriel Young
Musicians: The Black Dyke Mills Band
Singers: The Yorkshire Girls Choir
Dancers: The Twelve Music-Hall Maids
Presenter/Ventriloquist: Peter Brough
Television Orchestra conducted by: Eric Robinson
Dances directed by: Leslie Roberts
Settings Designer: Winson Cadman
Producer: Richard Afton

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