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A Night at the Music-Hall

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Your Chairman Mr. William Scott Coomber introduces:
Mr. Arthur English - Stop the music— open the cage!
Mr. Norman George - Music hath charms
Mr. Jerry Latham - Entertains with a song
Mr. Duggie Chapman - Music-Hall's comedy personality
Miss Barbara Martin - leads you in song
and The Gentlemen of the Pit Orchestra, Conducted by Mr. Morris McLean
(Duggie Chapman is appearing as the Grand Theatre,Swansea.)

A Night at the Music-Hall
"Let's all go to the Music-Hall, Where the show is gay and bright." Those opening lines of a song everyone knows sum up the atmosphere of the programme you can hear tonight. I shall have the pleasure of introducing, for the 82nd time, your chairman, Mr. William Scott-Coomber, whose entrance will, as usual, be greeted by the friendly boos, hisses, and catcalls of our audience in the Garrick Playhouse, Altrincham.
As well as presenting established artists we shall, in the coming weeks, also be giving first broadcasts to a number of up-and-coming performers. We trust, therefore, that when you settle down for the evening you'll take heed of the sentiments expressed in the last lines of that same song: "When the busy day is done, If you want to have some fun. Let's all go to the Music-Hall," and we hope you'll be in your red plush stall at five past eight for another rumbustious forty-five minutes.
(PETER PILBEAM)

Contributors

Chairman: William Scott Coomber
Comedian: Arthur English
Musician: Norman George
Singer: Jerry Latham
Comedian: Duggie Chapman
Singer: Barbara Martin
Orchestra conducted by: Morris McLean
Producer: Peter Pilbeam

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A Night at the Music-Hall

Light Programme, 1 April 1967 20.05






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