Ted Heath & Humphrey Lyttleton, Odeon Theatre, Barking - 1952 002
Inside pages of a programme for a performance from Humphrey Lyttelton and Ted Heath at the Odeon Theatre, Barking, March 2nd 1952. Both pages list songs that may be performed at the concert.
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A SEASON of FORTNIGHTLY SUNDAY POPULARâ CONCERTS PROGRAMME â¢~
Sunday., Maicfi 2nd, J952.
By Arrangement with Ed. W. JONES
TED IIEAT1I and life Music
with LITA ROZA
DENNIS LOTIS DUNCAN CAMPBELL
will select from the following
Great Day Domino Hot Canary Jealousy
Holiday for Strings Tico Tico I Wish I Wuz I Canât Get Started Voodoo Moon I'll Be Around
Dickie Valentine Duncan Campbell Dennis Lotis Band
Johnny Hawksworth Vocal Trio Bobby Pratt Frank Horrox Lita Roza
Slaughter on Tenth Avenue Entry of the Gladiators Only Fools
The Kissing Bug Boogie Rugged But Right Flamingo
Hawaiian War Chant Prelude for Percussion How High the Moon
Dickie Valentine Duncan Campbell Dennis Lotis Frank Horrox Band
and his NEW ORLEANS JAZZ MEN
Programme will include Confessing Memories of You
Midnight Creep Tiger Rag
After Youâve Gone When Youâre Smiling
There will be a TEN MINUTE INTERVAL during which ICES & FRUIT DRINKS will be available in THE AUDITORIUM CONFECTIONERY & CIGARETTES will be on sale at THE KIOSK in the main vestibule. ----
This Programme is Subject to Alteration at the discretion of the Management
In accordance with the reauirements of the Essex County Council. No. 6 It shall be compulsory on the Management of licenced premises to allow the public to leave by all exit doors. No. 22Where afire-resisting screen is fitted in a proscenium opening, such screen shall be lowered during every performance in the presence of the audience, so as to ensure that the arrangements are in proper order, and the words Fireproof Curtain shall be printed on every such screen. Whenever the Safety Curtain is lowered ail lights in the auditorium shall be immediately lighted.
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