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Music at Ten

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presents the Sadler's Wells Theatre Ballet in La Commedia.

A pantomime from The Lady and the Fool
with Kenneth Macmillan and Johaar Mosaval.

Les Patineurs
with Donald Britton, Sara Neil, Brenda Bolton, Maureen Bruce, Donald MacIeary, Yvonne English, Dorinda Brown and Susan Alexander, Joan Blakeney, Diane Forhan, Valerie Reece, Bryan Lawrence, David Harding, David Sheilds, Walter Trevor.
London Symphony Orchestra
(Leader, Granville Jones)
Conducted by John Lanchbery

Contributors

Choreography (The Lady and the Fool): John Cranko
Music (The Lady and the Fool): Verdi
Arr (The Lady and the Fool): Charles MacKerras
Dancer (The Lady and the Fool): Kenneth MacMillan
Dancer (The Lady and the Fool): Johaar Mosaval
Choreography (Les Patineurs): Frederick Ashton
Decor and costumes (Les Patineurs): William Chappell
Music (Les Patineurs): Meyerbeer
Arr (Les Patineurs): Constant Lambert
Dancer (Les Patineurs): Donald Britton
Dancer (Les Patineurs): Sara Neil
Dancer (Les Patineurs): Brenda Bolton
Dancer (Les Patineurs): Maureen Bruce
Dancer (Les Patineurs): Donald MacIeary
Dancer (Les Patineurs): Yvonne English
Dancer (Les Patineurs): Dorinda Brown
Dancer (Les Patineurs): Susan Alexander
Dancer (Les Patineurs): Joan Blakeney
Dancer (Les Patineurs): Diane Forhan
Dancer (Les Patineurs): Valerie Reece
Dancer (Les Patineurs): Bryan Lawrence
Dancer (Les Patineurs): David Harding
Dancer (Les Patineurs): David Sheilds
Musicians: London Symphony Orchestra
[Orchestra] leader: Granville Jones
[Orchestra] conducted by: John Lanchbery
Producer: Margaret Dale

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