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A musical comedy based on that memorable history by Sellar and Yeatman.
(Wallas Eaton is appearing by permission of Claude Soman; Wendy Brandon and Diana Benson of Emile Littler)
(Second performance)

(to 16.20)

Contributors

Book and lyrics:
Reginald Arkell
Music/Orchestra conducted by:
Alfred Reynolds
Dance arranger:
Donald Journeaux
Settings:
Peter Bax
Producer:
Desmond Davis
Performer:
Charles Heslop
Performer:
Patricia Laffan
Performer:
Erik Chitty
Performer:
Cyril James
Performer:
Frank Foster
Performer:
Bill Stephens
Performer:
Billie Baker
Performer:
Christina Horniman
Performer:
Gerald Nodin
Performer:
Wallas Eaton
Performer:
Richard Hurndall
Performer:
Arthur Brander
Performer:
Ronald Waters
Performer:
Dennis Bowen
Performer:
Donald Barclay
Performer:
Barbara Nixon
Dancer:
Wendy Brandon
Dancer:
Diana Benson
Dancer:
Irene Newland
Dancer:
Margaret Stewart
Dancer:
Valerie Renouf

A new farce by John Dighton.
The action takes place at Hilary Hall, a preparatory school for boys-but St. Swithin's School for Girls is involved, too

Contributors

Writer:
John Dighton
Producer:
Stephen Harrison
Dick Tassell:
Nigel Stock
Rainbow:
Richard Turner
Billings:
Brian Oulton
Pond:
Richard Goolden
Miss Whitchurch:
Jane Henderson
Miss Gossage:
Marjorie Gresley
Hopcroft Minor:
Ray Jackson
Barbara Marchbanks:
Deidre Doone
Joyce Harper:
Hilary Liddell
The Rev. Edward Perk:
Graveley Edwards
Mrs. Perk:
Hilda Davies
Edgar Sowter:
Edward Lexy
Mrs. Sowter:
Una Venning

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