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: Cinema Fete and Fun Fair

In aid of the Queen Alexandra Memorial Hospital, Weston-Super-Mare
Relayed from The Grove Park, Weston-Super-Mare

Artists
Ronald Frankau (The Erudite Comedian), Renee Roberts (Soubrette-Dancer), Maitland Moss (Monologist-Drummer), Ernest Bertram (Bass-Baritone), Cynthia Reece (Harpist), Conrad Leonard (Pianist-Composer), Gwen Alban (Comedienne-Pianist)

Contributors

Comedian: Ronald Frankau
Soubrette-Dancer: Renee Roberts
Monologist-Drummer: Maitland Moss
Bass-Baritone: Ernest Bertram
Harpist: Cynthia Reece
Pianist-Composer: Conrad Leonard
Comedienne-Pianist: Gwen Alban

: Cinema Fete and Fun Fair: The City of Bristol Police Band

(By kind permission of The Bristol Watch Committee)

Entry of the Gods into Valhalla - Wagner
Morceau, "Echoes de Bastion" - Kling

Contributors

Musicians: The City of Bristol Police Band
Director of Music: Captain F.W. Wood, M.V.O.

: Cinema Fete and Fun Fair: The Band

Selection of Grieg's Works - arr. Godfrey

: Mrs. Gladys Petch: White Coal

Contributors

Speaker: Gladys Petch

: Cinema Fete and Fun Fair at Night: Dorothy McBlain

(Siffleuse)

Contributors

Siffleuse: Dorothy McBlain

: Cinema Fete and Fun Fair at Night: The City of Bristol Police Band

(By kind permission of the Bristol Watch Committee)

Selection, 'Tannhauser' Wagner, arr. Stretton

Contributors

Musicians: The City of Bristol Police Band
Director of Music: Captain F.W. Wood, M.V.O.

: A Light Orchestral Programme

National Orchestra of Wales
Cerddorfa Genedlaethol Cymru
(Leader, Louis Levitus)
Conducted by Reginald Redman

Contributors

Musicians: National Orchestra of Wales
Orchestra leader: Louis Levitus
Conductor: Reginald Redman








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