or ' The Fight for Woman's Freedom*
A Rapid Retrospect
The characters include :
Mary Wollstonecraft , Florence Nightingale, Anna Jameson , Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell , Elizabeth Garrett , John Stuart Mill , Millicent Fawcett ,
Evelyn Sharp , Topsy
Mothers, Fathers, Students, Members of Parliament, Suffragettes, Soldiers, Canteen Workers, W.A.A.C's, etc., etc.
Played by : Ruth Anderson , Dora Barton , Mary Barton , Sheila Borrett , Cathleen Cor -dell, Bertha Eves , Lilian Harrison , Joan Henley , Diana Lincoln , Fanny Wright , Eric Anderson , Carleton Hobbs , Gordon McLeod , Harold Reese , J. B. Rowe (By permission of Jack tie Leon), Norman Shelley , A. Harding Steerman , S. J. Warmington , Geoffrey Wincott
Produced by JOHN CHEATLE and M. H. ALLEN
Weather Forecast for Northern Ireland at 9.40
from the Town Hall, Portrush
Laurie Hallet (pianist-entertainer)
Ceridwen Roberts (soprano)
Marjorie Bennet (soubrette)
Jack Owen (baritone)
Syd Norton (saxophone)
The Leon Sisters (speciality dancers)
Harry Marsh (comedian)
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