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: THE BIRMINGHAM CITY POLICE BAND

Conductor, Richard Wassell
Nellie Williams (contralto)
Nellie Williams , the singer in this programme, lives at Chesterton in the Potteries. She is the holder of three silver cups awarded at Newcastle-under-Lyme and* the Buxton and North Derbyshire Musical Festivals, and at Blackpool last year she was the winner of a first prize. She has done a good deal of concert and oratorio work in North Staffordshire.

Contributors

Conductor: Richard Wassell
Contralto: Nellie Williams
Unknown: Nellie Williams

: 'PLAY THAT AGAIN*

Cora Goffin
The Musical-Comedy Star in Songs from her Stage Successes
Accompanied on two pianos by Jack Hill and Harry Engleman
Cora Goffin made her first stage appearance at the Palladium as a ten-year-old dancer in Russian ballet. She has played leading parts in a number of musical comedies, including No, No, Nanette, The Girl Friend, Princess Charming, Hold Everything, and Out of the Bottle. She is also famous, of course, as a principal boy in pantomime. In private life she is the wife of Emile Littler , of the Prince of Wales Theatre, Birmingham.

Contributors

Unknown: Cora Goffin
Unknown: Jack Hill
Unknown: Harry Engleman
Unknown: Cora Goffin
Unknown: Emile Littler

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