George and Alfred Black present ‘Strike A New Note’

  • Opening Night: 25 February 1946
  • Performance: 02 March 1946

Scene 1 – ‘Meet the People’ with the Rising Generation
Scene 2 – ‘Foolish but Funny’ – Freddie Frinton
Scene 3 – ‘Two Little Babes in the Wood’ – Rene Powell, Sam Costa and The Lovelies
Scene 4 – Richard Murdoch assisted by Sam Costa
Scene 5 – ‘The Convicts Return’ – Leslie Noyes and Maureen Risco
Scene 6 – A Famous John Tiller Routine with the Girls
Scene 7 – ‘French Without a Blush’ – Tommy Glen, Maureen Risco, Odette Field, Richard Murdoch and Sam Costa
Scene 8 – Maran and Elof – Comedy Dancers
Scene 9 – ‘Appointment with Glamour’ – The Company
Scene 10 – A Classical Interlude
Scene 11 – ‘The Junior Scream’ – The Company
Interval – Hippodrome Orchestra Under Kevin Malon play selection from ‘Perchance to Dream’
Scene 12 – ‘Today is Saturday’ – Tommy Glen, Rene Powell, The Lovelies, The Boys, The John Tiller Girls
Scene 13 – ‘Rolling Home’ – Freddie Frinton and Leslie Noyes
Scene 14 – ‘Nothing To Do But Look Lovely’ – Sam Costa
Scene 15 – ‘The Handbell Ringers’ – Richard Murdoch, Freddie Frinton, Leslie Noyes, Sam Costa
Scene 16 – ‘Nigger Heaven’ – Charles Byrne, The Starlets, The Boys, The John Tiller Girls, The Lovelies
Scene 17 – A Domestic Sketch – Betty Adams and Richard Murdoch
Scene 18 – A Television Audition – Richard Murdoch
Scene 19 – ‘You’ve Had It’ – The Rising Generation

  • Performance Times: 18:00 and 20:15
  • Notes: Direct from the Prince of Wales, London