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ROUND THE CONCERT PARTIES, No.

Synopsis

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A composite programme of excerpts from three concert parties
' DAZZLE '
Presented by Eric Ross from Pierrot Land, Bognor Regis
The company includes
Ida Williams
John Lovering Barbara Wells
Fred Gibson
Eric Ross
Ted Andrews
The ' Dazzle ' Girls
Joan Pendleton , Violet Shute ,
Beryl Pryer and Phyllis Revell
' SUMMER FOLLIES'
Presented by Will Catlin Devised and produced by Harry Bright from the Arcadia Theatre, Llandudno
The company includes
Phil Strickland The Carlyle Cousins Terry and Doris Kendall Ross Eaves Marion Francis Sydney Snape Vera Kitchen Leslie Moorhouse Joan Cowley The Mayfair Dancers
Wagstaff's 'Zelo' Orchestra
' 1939 FOLKESTONE
BOUQUETS'
Presented by Wilby Lunn from the Marine Gardens Pavilion,
Folkestone
The company includes
Betty Pugh Bruce Clark
Dorothy Bradshaw Harold Stead Paddy Prior Stock Wynn George Carden The Mariajanos Marguerite Lome Eileen Lome
Hylda Burdon Ruby Savage
Wilby Lunn and Connie Hart The programme presented by Harry S. Pepper

Contributors

Presented By: Eric Ross
Unknown: Ida Williams
Unknown: John Lovering
Unknown: Barbara Wells
Unknown: Fred Gibson
Unknown: Eric Ross
Unknown: Ted Andrews
Unknown: Joan Pendleton
Unknown: Violet Shute
Unknown: Beryl Pryer
Unknown: Phyllis Revell
Presented By: Will Catlin
Produced By: Harry Bright
Unknown: Phil Strickland
Unknown: Joan Cowley
Unknown: Mayfair Dancers
Presented By: Wilby Lunn
Unknown: Wynn George Carden
Unknown: Wilby Lunn
Unknown: Connie Hart
Presented By: Harry S. Pepper

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ROUND THE CONCERT PARTIES, No.

Regional Programme London, 28 July 1939 20.30






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