Conductor, Victor Fleming from the King's Hall, Aberystwyth
March, The Place in the Sun - Fleming
A Welsh Jig, Good Ale - Idris Lewis
Suite, The Bartered Bride 1 Overture, Village Scene. 2 Jenik's Area-Dance of the Villagers. 3 The Sextet. 4 The March of the Comedians and Dance of the Comedians - Smetana, arr. hotter
Waltz, Gold and Silver - Lehár
Polka, Leichtes Blut (In Joyful Mood) - Johann Strauss
A Concert Party presented by Albert H. Grant in conjunction with W. H. Lester from the Summer Theatre, Newquay
The cast includes
Eileen Merrie (comedienne) Harry Huston (entertainer)
William Evans (tenor)
Mennetta Marriott (soprano)
(light comedian and dancer)
(soubrette and dancer)
(entertainer at the piano) and Albert H. Grant (comedian)
Produced by Albert H. Grant
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