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A concert party
Presented by Harry Benet from the Alexandra Gardens ,
The cast includes
Bunny Doyle (comedian) Adrienne Brune (soprano)
Marie Makino (comedienne)
Robert Kepple (baritone)
Cecil Frederick (light comedian)
Bunty Meadows (soubrette)
Chris Weede (comedian) and The Cosmopolitan Band
Directed by Cyril Dawson


Presented By: Harry Benet
Unknown: Alexandra Gardens
Unknown: Bunny Doyle
Soprano: Adrienne Brune
Soprano: Marie Makino
Baritone: Cecil Frederick
Unknown: Chris Weede
Directed By: Cyril Dawson


from Bright's Restaurant,
Jack Greenstone left Alfredo Cam poli's stage orchestra to form and lead an orchestra for Bright's Restaurant three years ago. He has limited himself to playing popular classics and light music by British composers. Two members of his orchestra whose work attracts attention are Frank Senior , who plays sleigh bells, and Austin Jowett , who gives accordion solos and is the arranger. These two artists also play piano duets.


Unknown: Jack Greenstone
Unknown: Alfredo Cam
Unknown: Frank Senior
Unknown: Austin Jowett

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