Harold Williams (baritone) and Malcolm McEachern (bass) : Gendarmes'
Duet, Genevieve de Brabant (Offenbach)
Alice Moxon (soprano) and Stuart Robertson (bass-baritone) : The Keys of Heaven (Broadwood)
Parry Jones (tenor) and Gabriel Lavelle (baritone) : Tenor and Baritone (Lane Wilson )
Walter Glynne (tenor) and Stuart Robertson (bass-baritone): Excelsior (Balfe)
presented by Billie Manders from the Pier Amphitheatre, Rhyi
The Company includes
Jimmy Wright , the natural comedian
Charles L. West , light comedian
Jackson Manley , bass-baritone
Billy Carlyle , character impressionist
Jack Rogers , ventriloquist
Elwyn Edwards , tenor
Jack Hutchinson , trombone Bernard Kelley , saxophone
Jack Brennan , trumpet
J. Wilbur-Jones , saxophone
Richard Ramsden , violin
Larry Dean , light comedian
Paul Conrad , pianist entertainer Billie Manders , in light comedy and The Quaint Band, in novelty selections
HAMER AND HIS BAND from the Queen's Dance Hall, Rhy
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