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: CHARITY MATINEE

REVUSICAL MOMENTS OF 1927
A light revusical entertainment for young and old, arranged by the Manchester Station, in aid of the fund for providing the poor children of Salford with a summer holiday camp.
RELAYED FROM SALFORD PALACE
Musical Numbers by. Well-Known Composers Sketches from Famous Revues
Additional Book by VICTOR SMYTHE
The Cast includes :
NINA WARBURTON YPremieres Danseuses of the KATHLEEN SrENCE-J English Ballet.
(By kind permission .of the Haines School of Dancing)
HYLDA METCALF ; BETTY WHEATLEY ;
LUCIA ROGERS ; BETTY ELSMORE ; MARY EASTWOOD ; ELLA FORSYTH ; HARRY HOPEWELL ; HERBERT RUDDOCK ; D. E. ORMEROD ; CHAS. NESBITT ; A. G. MITCHESON ; W. E. DICK MAN; E. H. BRIDGSTOCK and 'JINNY,' (The Donkey) :' -'■' THE ' REVUSICAL MOMENTS of 1927 ' CHORUS
THE MANCHESTER STATION ORCHESTRA
Performance conducted by T. H. MORRISON
Ensembles arranged by ERIC FOGG

Contributors

Book By: Victor Smythe
Unknown: Nina Warburton
Unknown: Hylda Metcalf
Unknown: Betty Wheatley
Unknown: Lucia Rogers
Unknown: Betty Elsmore
Unknown: Mary Eastwood
Unknown: Ella Forsyth
Unknown: Bert Ruddock
Unknown: D. E. Ormerod
Unknown: A. G. Mitcheson
Unknown: W. E. Dick
Unknown: E. H. Bridgstock
Conducted By: T. H. Morrison
Arranged By: Eric Fogg

: In the Studio

AMY CRABTREE (Soprano)

: Special Programme

Arranged by the Editor of 'The Daily Dispatch'
The programme that is being transmitted to-night is the third of the series arranged, at our invitation, by representative figures in the social and commercial life of the area served by the Manchester Station.








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