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Halls of Fame

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from The Palace Theatre, Manchester
Introduced by Roy Hudd with Anita Harris , Vince Hill
Alan Randall , Johnnie Ray Leslie Sarony , Marti Webb Memories of Gus Elen,
George Formby , Vesta Tilley and Gracie Fields are brought back to life at
Manchester's beautifully refurbished Palace Theatre. Vince Hill sings a medley from Stop the World I Want to Get Off which had its world premiere here, and Johnnie Ray returns to the theatre which he packed twice-nightly in the 50s. Leslie Sarony is just six years younger than the theatre itself and he first played here in 1925. Written by ROY HUDD
Musical director DON HUNT Sound ALAN FOX
Lighting JOHN CROWTHER Designer PAUL MONTAGUE Production
BARRY BEVINS and ROD TAYLOR BBC Manchester

Contributors

Introduced By: Roy Hudd
Unknown: Anita Harris
Unknown: Vince Hill
Unknown: Alan Randall
Unknown: Johnnie Ray
Unknown: Leslie Sarony
Unknown: George Formby
Unknown: Vesta Tilley
Unknown: Gracie Fields
Unknown: Vince Hill
Unknown: Johnnie Ray
Unknown: Leslie Sarony
Written By: Roy Hudd
Unknown: John Crowther
Designer: Paul Montague
Unknown: Barry Bevins

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