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: SCOTTISH DANCE MUSIC

The Scottish
Studio Orchestra

: 'JANUARY IN THE GARDEN'

Alexander Keith

Contributors

Unknown: Alexander Keith

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: 'NA SEANN LAOICH'

' An t-Ollamh Domhnull
MacFhionnghain'
Iomradh leis an Urramach
Domhnull MacLaomainn , D.D.
(' The Old Heroes ')

Contributors

Unknown: Domhnull MacLaomainn

: An excerpt from the pantomime 4 ALADDIN '

The cast includes :
Cora Goffin
Stanley Holloway
Davy Burnaby
Collinson and Dean
Joe Jackson , Junr.
Gloria Day
Patrick Colbert
Mary McCreath and a company of eighty performers
Produced by Emile Littler from the King's Theatre, Edinburgh
The story of Aladdin and his wonderful lamp is always popular, and this King's Theatre production is no exception. Aladdin is played by Cora Goffin , who needs no introduction to listeners. Davy Burnaby , whose name always conjures up memories of the Co-Optimists, is making one of his rare appearances in Edinburgh, and Stanley Holloway , creator of Sam and his Musket and Albert and the Lion, brings a breath of Lancashire air across the Border. To name two other celebrities in the cast, there are Collinson and Dean, famed for one of the most hilarious cross-talk acts on the music-hall stage.

Contributors

Unknown: Cora Goffin
Unknown: Stanley Holloway
Unknown: Davy Burnaby
Unknown: Joe Jackson
Unknown: Patrick Colbert
Unknown: Mary McCreath
Produced By: Emile Littler
Played By: Cora Goffin
Unknown: Davy Burnaby
Unknown: Stanley Holloway

: NEWS SUMMARY

(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT. TOPICAL TALKS

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

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