A new play adapted by Diana Hamilton from a novel by Bruce Hamilton.
Dr. Harold Arkwright:
Tom Harrisson reconstructs the pedigree of the Lambeth Walk and speculates on its successor in a montage of song and dance which will include Noel Gay, Jimmy Kennedy, Adele England, and a real Lambeth Party.
Dances arranged by:
Based on incidents from the life of the composer, with Harold Child as Franz Schubert, Rosalind Rowsell, Rosemary Scott, Audrey Cameron, Vera Lavrova, J.B. Rowe, Peter Henschel, Max Oldaker, and the BBC Television Orchestra, leader Boris Pecker, conductor Hyam Greenbaum.
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