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: Folk Songs from
Somerset, sung by Harry Hopewell. Heave away my Johnnies' (Cecil Sharp), 'Bingo.' 'The Trombone Man' (Oliver), 'Columbine' (Arundale). sung by Betty Wheatley. Soldier Tunes (arr. Edgar Moy), played by Eric Fogg : ' Forth to the Battle,' ' King James' March,' The Campbells are coming,' ' Colonel Bogey '


A Light Entertainment
Presented and Produced by W. H. PITTMAN and RUPERT HALL
Additional Musical Items composed by RUPERT
Ding-dong, Introducing Bell(e)s and Beaux LEN ROBERTS invites us to participate
A suggestion from BERTHA ANSON
The Animals came in two by two-a topical triviality
HAL LENNARD and his Saxophone A lesson in History
WIN ANSON becomes confidential
An Operatic Children's Corner. Uncles are uncles-but Aunts aren't!
BERTHA ANSON and LEN ROBERTS in .vocal harmony
Some Pianoforte Impressions by RUPERT HALL
A Gripping Melodrama in One Grip
Scene: Her Boudoir
WAL HANLEY wants to know
Wine, Women and Song-An appropriate ending to a convivial evening


Produced By: W. H. Pittman
Produced By: Beaux Len Roberts
Unknown: Hal Lennard
Unknown: Len Roberts
Unknown: Wal Hanley
He: Hal Lennard
She: Win Anson
The Intruder: Wal Hanley


Italy—Spain—Russia ITALY
Conducted by T. H. MORRISON


Conducted By: T. H. Morrison

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