George and Alfred Black present ‘Hip, Hip Hooray!’

  • Opening Night: 18 March 1946
  • Performance: 23 March 1946
  1. ‘Fanfare For Beauty’
    • The Beauty in Blue – Eve Eacott
    • The Girls in Uniform – The Girls
    • The Post-War Lovelies – Noni Watts and the Mannequins
  2. ‘Foolish Fun’ – Maurice Colleano, Johnny Lockwood, Elsie Bower and Bonar Colleano
  3. ‘Hats Off’ – Topper Martyn introduced by Eve Eacott and Mamie Whitaker
  4. ‘Cotton Parade’
  5. ‘Born to Be Happy’ – Johnny Lockwood
  6. ‘The Personality Girl’ – Elsie Bower
  7. ‘Island of Paradise’
    • The Jungle: Patricia & Colin with The Leopard Girls
    • South Seas Serenade – A Dusky Date: Bonar Colleano; Honolulu Lulu: Maurice Colleano; The Hula-Hula Girls
  8. Intermission – The Hippodrome Orchestra directed by Kevin Mallon – ‘The Girl Friend’ by Rogers
  9. ‘Down Mexico Way’ – Senoritas, Gypsies, Gauchos
    • The Dancer – Noni Watts
    • The Singer – Eve Eacott
  10. ‘The Isle of Fahrenheit’
    • Abercrombie – Maurice Colleano
    • Stanislous – Johnny Lockwood
    • Lottie Damour – Elsie Bower
  11. ‘Do You Remember?’ – Songs of Yesterday and Today: Josie Fearon & Charles Gillespie
  12. ‘Further Foolishness’ – Maurice Colleano & Family with Joyce, Bonar & George
  13. ‘The Music of America’
    • ‘The Washington Post’ – Joan Kinnier
    • ‘The Song of the Dawn’ – Charles Gillespie
    • ‘You’re in Kentucky’ – Eve Eacott
    • ‘The Birth of the Blues’ – Patricia & Colin and Noni Watts
    • ‘The Gay White Way’ – Maurice Colleano
    • ‘A Kiss in the Dark’ – Josie Fearon
    • ‘Hitchy Koo’ – Johnny Lockwood
    • ‘Some of These Days’ – Elsie Bower
    • ‘Old Broadway’ – Eve Eacott and the Full Company
  • Performance Times: Evenings at 18:00 and 20:15