Fox-trot, "Fate"; Valse, "Dream Kiss"; One-step, "Who Threw the Water on the Cat's Back?"; Fox-trot, "Blue Danube Blues"; Valse, "Three O'Clock in the Morning", One-step, "I Want Some Money"; Fox-trot, "Wana"; Valse, "Jose"; One-step, "Oh, Harold"; Fox-trot, "Cabaret Girl"; Valse, "Lady of the Rose".
A NIGHT OF SONG, HUMOUR AND
COLLIN BIGGIN and hi. ORCHESTRA in all the latest Musical
Selections from America.
During the evening ‟STAINLESS STEPHEN ” will introduce an American Friend. BERTHA and WIN ANSON and LEONARD ROBERTS will provide the Songs.
Bertha and Win Anson (Duets).
Under His Personal Supervision.
Fox-trot, " Me and the Boy Friend " ; Fox-trot, "Nola"; Waltz, "I Know of Two Bright Eyes " ; Fox-trot, " Seminota" ; Fox-trot, " Tea for Two " ; One-step, " Strut " ; Fox-trot, " Just Like a Beautiful Story"; Fox-trot, " Love is Just a Gamble " ; Waltz, " June Brought the Roses " ; Fox-trot, " My Best Girl " ; Fox-trot, " Oriental Moon"; Waltz, "I Love the Moon"; Fox-trot, " Where's My Sweetie Hiding ? " ; Fox-trot, " Toy Drum Major " ; One-step, "Nickel In the Slot " ; One-step, " When You and I Were Twenty-One " ; Fox-trot, " Let Me Be the First " ; Fox-trot, " Love Has a Way " ; Fox-trot, " I Want To Be Happy " ; Waltz, " All Alone."
A Diversion in One Act.
Devised by George Grossmith from the Operas of Jacques Offenbach.
Lyrics by Adrian Ross.
Music arranged by John Ansell.
Cast Includes :
DORIS VANE (Soprano);
DOROTHY BENNETT (Soprano);
ENID CRUICKSHANK (Mezzo-Soprano) ;
TOM CLAYSON (Tenor);
FRANKLYN KELSEY (Baritone); LEONARD HUBBARD (Baritone);
STUART ROBERTSON (Bass);
Assisted by THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA AND
Conducted by JOHN ANSELL.
Scene 1.-A Cellar. Scene 2.-A Cabaret.
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