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Presented by Bert Brownbill with AGNES HIRST
Devised and Produced by BERT BROWNBILL
Relayed from The Pavilion, Jephson
Gardens, Leamington Spa
This company of seven has had successful runs at many resorts, including Sheerness, Paignton, Torquay, and Candie Gardens, Guernsey. Its performances retain the old concert party form, but are essentially modern.
Bert Brownbill is the principal comedian as well as producer ; Cecil Frederick is the light entertainer and plays the ukelele ; Lena and Follie present a bright double act with song and dance ; Agnes Hirst a straight soprano ; and John Pritchett the pianist.


Presented By: Bert Brownbill
Unknown: Agnes Hirst
Unknown: Cecil Frederick
Unknown: George Bryan
Unknown: John Pritchett
Unknown: Bert Brownbill
Produced By: Bert Brownbill
Unknown: Bert Brownbill
Producer: Cecil Frederick
Unknown: Agnes Hirst
Unknown: John Pritchett

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