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: Programme Summary; followed by: Anti-Aircraft Defence

The 61st (Nth London) A.A. Brigade, R.A., with two anti-aircraft guns, and the 36th A.A. Battalion, R.E., with three searchlights, will demonstrate gun drill, range predictor, etc., searchlight listening apparatus, and searchlight manipulation.

Contributors

Programme devised by: Cecil Lewis

: Variety

George Prentice 'Punch and Judy'
The Seven Elliotts in their musical speciality
Doreen Pullen Child Impressionist

Contributors

Puppeteer: George Prentice
Musicians: The Seven Elliotts
Impressionist: Doreen Pullen
Presentation: G. More O'Ferrall

: Programme Summary; followed by Variety

Marion and Irma Symphony in Motion
Jack And Melita Grayson Tap Dancers
Dolores Ray Songs
Tony Sympson Comedian

Contributors

Performers: Marion and Irma
Dancer: Jack Grayson
Dancer: Melita Grayson
Singer: Dolores Ray
Comedian: Tony Sympson
Presentation: Cecil Madden

: Interval, Time, Weather; followed by: Anti-Aircraft Defence

The 61st (11th London) A.A. Brigade, R.A., with two anti-aircraft guns, and the 36th A.A. Battalion, R.E., with three searchlights, in co-operation with the Royal Air Force, will stage a short action in repelling the attack of hostile aircraft.

Contributors

Programme devised by: Cecil Lewis








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