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: The Children's Hour: Jack Rattenbury (Smuggler)

by L. du Garde Peach


Writer: L. du Garde Peach

: Vaudeville

(Daventry National Programme)

Jack Payne and his B.B.C. Dance Orchestra

Leslie Weston (Comedian)

The Kentucky Singers

Two Pairs: Claude Hulbert, Paul England, Enid Trevor, Pat Paterson

Jean Melville and Billy Thorburn at two Pianos

'O.K. With Me'
By Philip Wade

The programme will be compered by Mabel Constanduros and Michael Hogan


Compere: Mabel Constanduros
Compere: Michael Hogan
Musicians: Jack Payne and his B.B.C. Dance Orchestra
Comedian: Leslie Weston
Singers: The Kentucky Singers
Performer: Claude Hulbert
Performer: Paul England
Performer: Enid Trevor
Performer: Pat Paterson
Pianist: Jean Melville
Pianist: Billy Thorburn
Writer (O.K. With Me): Philip Wade
Hank: Charles Farrell
Bill: Henry Caine
Vider: Dennis Wyndham
Maisie: Nan Marriott-Watson
A Gangster: Frederick Annerley
A Clerk/A Waiter: Ernest Stidwell

: A Voyage to Lilliput

Done into Dramatic form with new Songs and Choruses by Lance Sieveking
From 'Gulliver's Travels' by Jonathan Swift
(Daventry National Programme)
(For full particulars see page 698)


Writer: Lance Sieveking
Author (Gulliver's Travels): Jonathan Swift

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