Join in the fun at a Royal Air Force sergeants' New Year dance cabaret with Harold Walden , Nancy Evans , Joe Brown (the Reginald Dixon of the accordion), and the Royal Air
Force Dance Band
From ' somewhere in the North'
Presented by Victor Smythe
Records of Hildegarde, the irresistible singer
'The lovely Hildegarde', as people generally call her, might well be described as the mystery woman of cabaret. She sings as beautifully in German as she does in French, and when it comes to rendering jazz songs with English words you would never take her for anything but English. However, whatever her true nationality, the fact remains that she is an irresistible personality with a uniquely soothing voice. She has sung in cabaret all over the Continent and in this country. She is at present in the U.S.A.
[Starring] Naunton Wayne
A cabaret entertainment
Devised by Henry Sherek
With dialogue by Max Kester
The artists include Magda Kun, Inga Andersen, Flotsam and Jetsam and the Dance Orchestra, conducted by Billy Ternent
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