'Adventure on the Moors' a play by BERTHA LONSDALE
This exciting play is about the weavers who lived in the North of England about a hundred years ago. The walk from Colne to Keighley, described in the play, was actually made by the author's great-grand-father when he was a boy. We don't know if he really met the Luddites on the way back, but it is the kind of adventure that might have happened to any boy in those days.
Pianoforte solos by CHARLES
"The Elephant's Adventure at
Whipsnade' a story by EDITH HOPE-SCOTT read by NOEL
Arranged and presented by Frank A. Terry
With additional lyrics and music by Claude Branston , Wilcock and Rutherford, and Frank A. Terry from the Floral Pavilion,
New Brighton including
Jack Murray (comedian)
Jessie Jewel (comedienne)
Claud Branston (pianist-entertainer)
(soubrette and dancer)
Norman Russell (baritone)
Dorothy Webber (soprano)
(illusionist and entertainer)
Billy Richard (tenor)
Joan and Joyce
Madame Helena Lehmiski 's
Babs Thay, Stella Fletcher ,
Eileen Arnold , and Betty Elguira
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