Leslie's Pavilion, Rushohne, Manchester
JIMMY WRIGHT (comedian)
CHARLES L. WEST (producer and light comedian)
BILLY CARLYLE in Impressions
JACK BRENNAN (trumpet and dancer) HERBERT DOUGLAS (impersonator and dancer)
JACK HUTCHINSON (musical director and trombone)
JACKSON MANLEY (bass-baritone)
ELWYN EDWARDS (Welsh tenor)
BERNARD KELLY (saxophone) RICHARD RAMSDEN (violin) j. WILBUR-JONES (saxophone)
JACK ROGERS (ventriloquist) FRED FREEMAN (pianoforte) and BILLIE MANDERS
By the time the' Quaintesques arrived at Rusholme, the old marquee, originally opened by Harry Leslie , and visited by all the best concert parties, had been replaced by more substantial premises built on the same site. Billie Manders ,a who runs the 'Quaintesques', is a Scarborough man, and learnt his 'trade' with Will Catlin 's Royal Pierrots.
Following the Catlin tradition, the Following the Catlin tradition, the members of the troupe are all men, though some are female impesonators
They broadcast for the first time last
May, and they have since broadcast from Rhyl (their summer headquarters) as well as from Rusholme.
A Visit to Drury Lane Theatre
Compered by JOHN WATT
An Excerpt from
' Jack and the Beanstalk
Presented by PRINCE LITTLER and BLANCHE LITTLER
Produced by RALPH READER
The Cast includes
BINNIE HALE , 'Jack ', the Principal Boy
MARJORIE BROWNE , Principal Girl
SHAUN GLENVILLE, ' The Dame'
ORCHESTRA under the direction of CHARLES PRENTICE
The scenes broadcast will include the Cutting of the Beanstalk, The Fall of the Giant and The Finale
Relayed from the Theatre Royal,
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