A Burlesque Panto-Rhyme in Unaccountable Acts and Various Un-seens
By GRAHAM SQUIERS
Incidental Music by CHARLES BREWER
Songs by well-known Publishers
THE Birmingham STUDIO CHORUS and ORCHESTRA
Conducted by JOSEPH LEWIS
Members of the audience should be seated silently in time for the Prologue. They are warned that the Transformation- Scene may come as a complete Surprise Item, and plans for the Running Commentary on the Robbers' Fight in the wood will be found on Page 5.G.B. of the ' Radio Crimes.'
The Wicked Uncle:
The Fairy Queen:
Reggie (The Babes):
Cissie (The Babes):
The Demon King:
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