Relayed from the Winter Gardens Pavilion
Produced by JULIAN WYLIE :
Books and Lyric by DAN LENO (Junr.)
Music composed, selected and arranged by E. W. EYRE and DAN LENO (Junr.)
Dances, Ballets and Ensembles arranged by EDWARD DOLLY
MONA Vivian , BILLY DANVERS, MAX MILLER , DOROTHY LANGLEY , EDWARD BARRIE , SHIELA DEXTER, LARRY O'BRIEN , JOE BOGANNY and his COLLEGE Boys
THE JULIAN WYLIE CHORUS
THE SIXTEEN FULLER DANCERS
BERTINI and his ORCHESTRA and A Recital on the New Wurlitzer Organ
(Organist, MAX Bruce)
Relayed from the Tower Ballroom
From Knavesmire, York
Relayed from Leeds
A Descriptive Commentary by The
Rev. J. CARTER , S.C.F.
The Scene of the Tattoo shows the walls of York, and the Minster, with two gates of the city on either side.
Entry of Massed Drums and Fifes
On arrival in the centre of the Arena, they left wheel, halt and cease playing. Historical Guards turn out. Buglers advance and form line in front-of the Massed Drums, and sound ' Retreat.' Buglers take post with the Massed Drums. Guards turn in. Massed Drums beat Tattoo and give a display of marchmg and counter-marching.
Entry of Massed Bands
They play a March, a Slow Troop and a Quick
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