A Quarter of an hour -for the Tinies including The Little Pink Elephant a story by EILEEN MCCARTHY
'Bosun Bill goes Haymaking ' a story by GARRY HOGG
RODERICK STRANG n a programme of Hebridean Songs and Stories
or ' The Derbyshire Angler '
A Programme of Song and Sport written around
Charles Cotton of Beresford Hall by D. G. BRIDSON after the manner of Walton and Cotton's
' Compleat Angler'
Songs and Music arranged by CRAWFORD McNAIR
A Pavilion and Parks Entertainment including excerpts from
THE ROYAL NAVAL AND MILITARY TOURNAMENT from Stanley Park, Blackpool
THE LONDON SOCIETY ENTERTAINERS from Leslie's Pavilion, Rusholme, Manchester and DANCE MUSIC from the Golden Acre Park Ballroom,
9.0 For the first time in history The combined Pipes, Drums and Military Bands of five Highland Regiments
The Black Watch, Seaforths, Gordons, Camerons and Argyll and Sutherlands in marching, counter marching, retreat and Grand Finale,' Battle of Waterloo
9.20 'Pep Show' presented by LENA SHEARSON
Lee Breton (comedienne) Frankie Lyn (soubrette and dancer)
Mary Green Williams (soprano) James O'Neill (bass)
Max Malford (light comedian)
Renee Esdaile (violin)
Arthur Lowrie (comedian and producer) Billy Pettengell (pianist and entertainer)
9.40 ROLAND POWELL'S RHYTHM ACES DANCE BAND
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