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Tuesday at Eight

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Eric Robinson presents John Boulter , Merle Park
Suzanne Steele , David Adams Imogen Claire
Rosemary Brett Davies and Marie Cooper , Ian Davies The Bel-Canto Singers:
JANE BEECHAM , DANAE BILLETT ILONA FORGE, CAROL HALL
MARY HAMMOND , JACKIE MITCHELL ANGELA ROWLATT , INGRID THOMAS MARK BROWN , GODFREY CHARLES MICHAEL CLARKE , PAUL HUDSON ELWIN HUGHES , ROBERT HUNTER
DAVID G. MARCH, MALCOLM WILLIAMS The Orchestra leader DAVID mccallum
Musical associate BOWLES BEVAN
Choreography by ALFRED RODRIGUES
Orchestrations by PETER HOPE Settings by ROBERT MACGOWAN
Produced by BRYAN SEARS T
(Merle Park, Suzanne Steele ,
David Adams and Imogen Claire appear by arrangement with tne
General Administrator, Royal Opera House, Covent Garden)

Contributors

Unknown: Eric Robinson
Unknown: John Boulter
Unknown: Merle Park
Unknown: Suzanne Steele
Unknown: David Adams
Unknown: Imogen Claire
Unknown: Rosemary Brett Davies
Unknown: Marie Cooper
Unknown: Ian Davies
Singers: Jane Beecham
Singers: Danae Billett
Unknown: Carol Hall
Unknown: Mary Hammond
Unknown: Jackie Mitchell
Unknown: Angela Rowlatt
Unknown: Ingrid Thomas
Unknown: Mark Brown
Unknown: Godfrey Charles
Unknown: Michael Clarke
Unknown: Paul Hudson
Unknown: Elwin Hughes
Unknown: Robert Hunter
Unknown: Malcolm Williams
Unknown: Bowles Bevan
Choreography By: Alfred Rodrigues
Unknown: Robert MacGowan
Produced By: Bryan Sears
Unknown: Suzanne Steele
Unknown: David Adams
Unknown: Imogen Claire

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