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A Royal Gala Performance

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in the presence of Her Majesty The Queen and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh accompanied by Her Royal Highness The Princess Anne in aid of THE XIII Commonwelath Games Appeal Fund from the Playhouse Theatre, Edinburgh
Artists taking part include Moria Anderson, Shirley Bassey, Liona Boyd, Rory Bremner, Sarah Brightman, Frank Carson, David Coleman, Kirk Douglas, Fred Evans, Linda Evans, Robert Goulet, The Groovers Steel Orchestra, Robert Hardy, Rolf Harris, Aled Jones, Kim Leeson, Andrew Lloyd Webber, The London Community Gospel Choir, Jacques Loussier, Paul Miles-Kingston, Bob Monkhouse, Tom O'Connor, Patea Maori Club, Juliet Prowse, The Roly Polys, Lon Satton, George Segal, Shades of Black Dancers, The Paddy Stone Dancers, Femi Taylor and a parade of World and Commonwealth sports champions
The Bearsden Burgh Choir
The Pipes and Drums of the Black Watch
The Trumpeters of the Royal Marines
Children from Drummond Community High School and Leith Academy
FEATURE: page 3 including

Contributors

Singer: Moria Anderson
Singer: Shirley Bassey
Guitarist: Liona Boyd
Impressionist: Rory Bremner
Singer: Sarah Brightman
Comedian: Frank Carson
Presenter: David Coleman
Actor: Kirk Douglas
Actor: Fred Evans
Actress: Linda Evans
Actor: Robert Goulet
Musicians: The Groovers Steel Orchestra
Actor: Robert Hardy
Entertainer: Rolf Harris
Singer: Aled Jones
Dancer: Kim Leeson
Musician: Andrew Lloyd Webber
Singers: The London Community Gospel Choir
Musician: Jacques Loussier
Singer: Paul Miles-Kingston
Comedian: Bob Monkhouse
Comedian: Tom O'Connor
Singers: Patea Maori Club
Dancer: Juliet Prowse
Dancers: The Roly Polys
Actor: Lon Satton
Actor: George Segal
Dancers: Shades of Black Dancers
Dancers: The Paddy Stone Dancers
Dancer: Femi Taylor
Singers: The Bearsden Burgh Choir
Musicians: The Pipes and Drums of the Black Watch
Musicians: The Trumpeters of the Royal Marines
Performers: Children from Drummond Community High School and Leith Academy
Staged by: Robert Nesbitt
Musical Director: John Coleman
Sound: Barrie Hawes
Lighting: John Wiggins
Lighting: Dickie Higham
Designer: Victor Meredith
Producer/Director: Stewart Morris

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A Royal Gala Performance

BBC One London, 7 July 1985 19.15






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