from the Nuffield Centre before a Services audience with Joe Lawman, Bella Reine, The Checkmates, Joyce Clark
Introduced by Frank Thornton.
At the pianos: Steve Race and Don Phillips
Geoff Lofts at the drums
A romantic ballet in two acts based on the original scenario by Theophile Gautier and Vernoy de Saint-Georges.
(translation by Cyril Beaumont)
With the Rambert Ballet under the personal direction of Mme. Marie Rambert
Television adaptation and production by Christian Simpson who writes on page 45
Orchestra conducted by:
Television adaptation and production:
Queen of the Wilis:
Berthe, mother of Giselle:
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