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Come Dancing


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at the Plaza, Belfast.
(by permission of Mecca Dancing)
Jan Ralfini and his Orchestra, The Sammy Mitchell Quartet, McCusker Brothers Ceili Band
Patricia Mulholland Dancers in 'Tara Brooch Dance'
Belfast Girl Singers
(Conductor, K. Simpson) with some typical Irish airs
The Faulat Girl Pipers
Demonstration of ballroom dancing by Sammy Leckie and Vera McCartan, Sammy Osborne and Peggy Dullaghan
Band of the 1st Bn. Royal Northumberland Fusiliers
(by permission of Lt.-Col. W. A. C. Collingwood, M.B.E.)
Master of Ceremonies, Jack McGeagh


Musicians: Jan Ralfini and his Orchestra
Musicians: The Sammy Mitchell Quartet
Musicians: McCusker Brothers Ceili Band
Dancers: Patricia Mulholland Dancers
Singers: Belfast Girl Singers
Conductor: K. Simpson
Pipers: The Faulat Girl Pipers
Dancer: Sammy Leckie
Dancer: Vera McCartan
Dancer: Sammy Osborne
Dancer: Peggy Dullaghan
Musicians: Band of the 1st Bn. Royal Northumberland Fusiliers
Master of Ceremonies: Jack McGeagh
Programme arranged by: Eric Morley
Producer: Dennis Monger

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