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Leader, Alfred Cave
Conducted by Harold Gray
Tom Bromley (pianoforte) from the Town Hall, Dudley


Conducted By: Harold Gray
Pianoforte: Tom Bromley

: Ballet Music, Sylvia.....Delibes

Harold Gray , who takes over the baton this evening, is the deputy conductor of the orchestra. He has been conductor of Birmingham Festival Choral Society since 1933, conductor of the Derby Choral Union since 1935, and last year was appointed conductor of the Wolverhampton Musical Society.
This concert is the first to be broadcast from the Town Hall at Dudley.


Unknown: Harold Gray


An excerpt from
'GOODY TWO SHOES' with Binnie Hale
Presented by Emile Littler from the Prince of Wales Theatre,
The Four U.S.A. Girls
The 52 Bright Eyes
Emile Littler Starlets
Scotch Pipers
Lombardy Singers
Tiller Girls
Book by Emile Littler
Music, lyrics, and orchestrations by Hastings Mann
Produced by Emile Littler
Goody Two Shoes, which opened at the Prince of Wales Theatre on December 24, is the biggest and most spectacular pantomime that Emile Littler has yet produced. He is responsible for the book and took every rehearsal. The company is a hundred strong, and every scene is delightful, from 'The Village of Merry-Go-Round ' to ' Robin's Palace of Crystal '. Midland listeners can take particular pride in the fact that, though the cast of this pantomime is studded with names that are known everywhere, the entire production has been ' made in Birmingham '.


Unknown: Binnie Hale
Presented By: Emile Littler
Unknown: Emile Littler
Book By: Emile Littler
Unknown: Hastings Mann
Produced By: Emile Littler
Unknown: Emile Littler
Late and Early, two Town Council lors: Hartman Erothers
Prunella, the Old Woman who lived in a Shoe: Fred Wynne
Goody Two Shoes, one of her daughters: Magda Neeld
Muddles, the Mayor's son: Jack Stanford
Miss Elderberry Twigg, ' Twiggie ', the Old Woman's maid: Betty Jumel
Fairy Goodhope: Betty Evans
Cecil: Ally Alberta
Robin Goodfellow, a village car penter: Binnie Hale
Monsewer de Grabbo, the Mayor: Eddie Gray
The Mayor's Beadle: Billy Gray
The Yellow Dwarf: Dimitri Vetter
Principal- Dancer: Pauline Lewis


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