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: Geraldo and his Concert Orchestra

with Victoria Campbell and Carole Carr.
(to 17.05)

Contributors

Musicians: Geraldo and his Concert Orchestra
Soprano: Victoria Campbell
Singer: Carole Carr

: Fortunato

A tragic farce by Serafin and Joaquin Alvarez Quintero.
English version by Helen and Harley Granville-Barker.
The action of the play takes place in Madrid at the end of the last century.

Contributors

Author: Sersfin Alvarez Quintero
Author: Joaquin Alvarez Quintero
English version: Helen Granville-Barker
English version: Harley Granville-Barker
Producer: Desmond Davis
Alberto Hidalgo, a young Madrid architect: Richard Hurndall
Constanza his wife: Georgina Cookson
Monica, their maid: Ann Lancaster
Fortunato, an out-of-work clerk: Hugh Burden
Don Victorio, a beggar: Harold Scott
Gorguera, his pupil: Peter Bennett
A blind man: John Baker
A young woman: Ann Lancaster
An old gentleman: Peter Bennett
Amaranta, a music-hall artist: Chili Bouchier
Ines, her maidservant: Barbara Nixon

: Collins's Music-Hall

A visit to London's oldest music-hall (established 1862) to see Lew Lake's presentation of Grand Variety
Ravel (the lovable clown), Pat Hyde (radio singer), Joe Murgatroyd and Poppet, Cyclo-Speed-way, the Can-Can Girls
Introduced by Leonard Sachs and presented for television by Campbell Logan.

Contributors

Stage presentation: Lew Lake
Clown: Ravel
Singer: Pat Hyde
Musician: Joe Murgatroyd
Musician: Poppet Murgatroyd
Performers: the Can-Can Girls
Presenter: Leonard Sachs
Presented for television by: Campbell Logan

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.15)








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