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: The Sunshine Carnival: First Day

At Clarence Park, Weston-Super-Mare.

Opening Ceremony
by Miss Lilian Davies, The Famous Musical Comedy Star

3.45 Don Pedro and his Mexican Band
Four Syncopated Numbers

4.10 Donald Calthrop
A Talk on 'The Future of Weston-super-Mare as a Sardine Centre'

4.35 Yvette in a Character Sketch, 'A French Maid'

4.55 The Dance Band

5.15 The Children's Hour

6.15 Mogg's Military Band
conducted by H. Mogg

6.30 S.B. from London

At the Piano: Herbert Siese

Contributors

Performer: Lilian Davies
Musicians: Don Pedro and his Mexican Band
Speaker: Donald Calthrop
Comedienne: Yvette
Musicians: Mogg's Military Band
Band conducted by: H. Mogg
Pianist: Herbert Siese

: The Carnival at Night

Artists: Vivien Lambelet (Soprano); Joseph Farrington (Bass); Donald Calthrop; Ronald Gourley (Blind Pianist, Entertainer and Siffleur); Yvette, the Quaint Comedienne; Don Pedro and his Mexican Band
The London Radio Dance Band, directed by Sidney Firman

Introduction by the Dance Band

Contributors

Compere: Donald Calthrop

: The Carnival at Night: Joseph Farrington

Contributors

Bass: Joseph Farrington

: The Carnival at Night: Yvette

in a Few Songs

Contributors

Singer: Yvette

: The Carnival at Night: Joseph Farrington

Contributors

Bass: Joseph Farrington

: The Carnival at Night: Ronald Gourley

in Music and Humour

Contributors

Blind Pianist, Entertainer and Siffleur: Ronald Gourley

: The Carnival at Night: Don Pedro and his Mexican Band

Contributors

Musicians: Don Pedro and his Mexican Band

: The Carnival at Night: Vivien Lambelet

Contributors

Soprano: Vivien Lambelet

: The Carnival at Night: Donald Calthrop

A Recitation

Contributors

Performer: Donald Calthrop

: The Carnival at Night: Don Pedro and his Mexican Band

Contributors

Musicians: Don Pedro and his Mexican Band

: The Carnival at Night: Ronald Gourley

in more Music and Humour

Contributors

Blind Pianist, Entertainer and Siffleur: Ronald Gourley

: The Carnival at Night: Vivien Lambelet

Contributors

Soprano: Vivien Lambelet

: The Carnival at Night: Donald Calthrop will Talk

Contributors

Speaker: Donald Calthrop

: The Carnival at Night: Don Pedro and his Mexican Band

Contributors

Musicians: Don Pedro and his Mexican Band








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