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'TARRI AWHILE'

on National Programme Daventry

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for Suzette Tarri and her ' Road
Show '
Devised by Suzette Tarri and written by Robert Rutherford. Produced by Ernest Longstaffe
Cast
The BBC Revue Chorus and the BBC Variety Orchestra
Conducted by Charles Shadwell
Scene: A schoolroom in East
London
Suzette Tarri , we understand, has been told by neighbours in her suburb that, while she has got away with it over the microphone, they can do just as well. So this afternoon a number of them have taken a hall, where, before managers and producers, they will show their paces!
Suzette Tarri , famous Cockney comedian, will of course be there herself to hear the efforts of her
' neighbours ', and it seems as though she will have to look to her laurels. Cyril Fletcher is well known for his Edgar Wallace recitation about the absent-minded soldier. Sidney Burchall has been with the ' Pig and Whistle '. Tommy Brandon is a well-known Lancashire comedian, and Arthur Marshall , an Oundle schoolmaster, has broadcast a lot in Monthly Revues. Accordion-playing Tollefsen is just back from a fortnight's holiday in his native Norway. The Three Admirals, harmony singers, appeared in ' Paradise Island ', and Hebe Haworth is a comparative newcomer to broadcasting.
' Tarri Awhile' was broadcast in the Regional programme on Thursday

Contributors

Unknown:
Suzette Tarri
Unknown:
Suzette Tarri
Written By:
Robert Rutherford.
Duced By:
Ernest Longstaffe
Conducted By:
Charles Shadwell
Unknown:
Suzette Tarri
Unknown:
Suzette Tarri
Unknown:
Cyril Fletcher
Unknown:
Edgar Wallace
Unknown:
Sidney Burchall
Unknown:
Tommy Brandon
Unknown:
Arthur Marshall
Unknown:
Hebe Haworth
Harry Jenkinson:
Sidney Burchall
The Star Boarder at Mrs Worth's:
Cyril Fletcher
The Other Boarder:
Tommy Brandon
The Young Man from the house:
Opposite Tollefsen
Mrs Pickles's three boys:
The Three Admirals
Mrs Hogg's Daughter, Hermione:
Hebe Haworth
The Schoolmistress:
Arthur Marshall
Mrs Worth:
Suzette Tarri

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