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The World Our Stage: Dance

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The World Our Stage presents tonight Dance

Programme:

Gotta Dance
Irving Davies with the Dancers

Can't Dance
But a description of those who can by Jacqueline Mackenzie.

Mime
Chin-Yii

A direct transmission from Holland: The Dancing Lesson
A short play by Vincent Tilsley
with John Gregson, Leslie Phillips, Sarah Lawson

Continental Dance
including Hashes of internationally famous artists in direct transmissions from Europe.

Let's Dance
Elizabeth Seal with Irving Davies

About Dance
Written by Alan Melville
[Starring] Jack Hawkins

Ballet
Rowena Jackson and Philip Chatfield from the Royal Ballet

Music for dance performed by Eric Robinson conducting The Concert Orchestra and the George Mitchell Singers

(Rowena Jackson and Phillip Chatfield appear by permission of the General Administrator, Royal Opera House Covent Garden, Ltd.)
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Contributors

Narrator/[Actor] (About Dance): Jack Hawkins
Dancer (Gotta Dance/Let's Dance): Irving Davies
Reporter (Can't Dance): Jacqueline Mackenzie
Mime artist: Chin-Yii
Writer (The Dancing Lesson): Vincent Tilsley
[Actor]: John Gregson
[Actor]: Leslie Phillips
[Actress]: Sarah Lawson
Dancer (Let's Dance): Elizabeth Seal
Writer (About Dance): Alan Melville
Dancer (Ballet): Rowena Jackson
Dancer (Ballet): Philip Chatfield
Music for dance performed by: Eric Robinson
Musicians: The Concert Orchestra
Singers: The George Mitchell Singers
Special orchestrations written by: Arthur Wilkinson
Designer: Audley Southcott
Eurovision sequences arranged by: Alan Adair
Eurovision sequences arranged by: Paul van Dessel
Eurovision sequences arranged by: Jack Dixon
Production: Francis Essex

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The World Our Stage: Dance

BBC Television, 8 February 1958 20.00






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