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The musical by Richard Stilgoe, premiered at Chichester Cathedral during the 1990 Festival. With Mary King, Stewart Collins, Jane Dowding, Ciaran Jeremiah, Simon Judge and the Central Singers (director Nicky Bennison), the West Sussex Boys Choir and Orchestra, conductor Arthur Robson.
Narrator Richard Stilgoe.
Orchestrations by Ilona Sekacz and the composer.
Producer David Rayvern Allen

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Stilgoe
Unknown:
Mary King
Unknown:
Stewart Collins
Unknown:
Jane Dowding
Unknown:
Simon Judge
Director:
Nicky Bennison
Narrator:
Arthur Robson.
Narrator:
Richard Stilgoe.
Unknown:
Ilona Sekacz
Producer:
David Rayvern Allen

6: Finian 's Rainbow
Gordon Clyde tells the story. Songs include Look to the Rainbowand How
Are Things in Glocca Morra ?from Petula Clark and Fred Astaire.

Contributors

Unknown:
Gordon Clyde
Unknown:
Glocca Morra
Unknown:
Petula Clark
Unknown:
Fred Astaire.

Dillie Keane observes the preparations for a song and dance entertainment, from the first rehearsal at the Dance Attic in London's
Putney to the first night at the King's Theatre, Southsea, Hampshire.
With the originators: Rob Mitchell ,
Peter Bentley-Stephensand Bill Deamer.
Plus the performers:
Karen Clegg ,
Margaret Houston , Sara Weymouth , Geoffrey Abbott ,
Andrew Halliday and the Rob Mitchell Trio.
Producer David Rayvern Allen

Contributors

Unknown:
Dillie Keane
Unknown:
Rob Mitchell
Unknown:
Peter Bentley-Stephensand
Unknown:
Bill Deamer.
Unknown:
Karen Clegg
Unknown:
Margaret Houston
Unknown:
Sara Weymouth
Unknown:
Geoffrey Abbott
Unknown:
Andrew Halliday
Producer:
David Rayvern Allen

Recorded at the Queen Elizabeth Hall , London.
Guy Barker takes the Bix role in a recreation of the Beiderbecke legacy. With Keith Nichols and his Orchestra.
Producer Terry Carter

Contributors

Unknown:
Elizabeth Hall
Unknown:
Keith Nichols
Producer:
Terry Carter

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