A Scottish Variety Programme
Taking part :
WULLIE LINDSAY and DAN DONALD
KATHLEEN GARSCADDEN (Soprano)
ROBERT WATSON (Baritone)
Pipe-Major ROBERT REID
MR. DANIEL McSPLURGE on the Fesive Season in Scotland
Programme supported by: CHALMERS WOOD and his STRATHSPEY and REEL ORCHESTRA
' Sindbad '
Arranged for broadcasting by Harry S. Pepper and the Producer
Founded on the children's pantomime written and invented by J. Hickory Wood
(Produced by Arthur Collins at the Theatre
Royal, Drury Lane, 1906)
Popular Songs of the Period
Additional Numbers composed by GEORGE BARKER
Characters in order of their appearance :
Persians, Mermaids, Slaves, Sailors, etc.
The Revue Chorus and the iB.B.C. Theatre
(Leader, Montague Brearley)
Conducted by STANFORD ROBINSON
Synopsis of Scenes :
Scene I. A Persian Garden Scene II. On Board Ship
Scene III. The Shipwreck
Scene IV. On the Back of a Whale Scene V. The Valley of Diamonds
Scene VI. The Palace of the Empress Scene VII. A Slave Market
Production and Adaptation by GORDON McCONNEL
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