- Overture – Selections from The Mikado
- Opening Chorus
Orchestra and Full Company
- In a Persian Market
Orchestra and, in order of Appearance:
Beggars – Carruthers and N. Conn
Snake Charmer – J. Giblett
Stallkeeper – R. Stowell
Arabs – V. Roney and T. Burns
Princess – Alison Roussac
Slaves – H. Davis and Dan Ranyard
Dancing Girls – Jennifer Smith, Dorothy McPherson, Barbara Biggs and Dawn Bailey
Caliphs – D. Davis
- Ada and Elsie – Comedy Duo
- Choral Items – Emperor Waltz and Schubert’s Lullaby
- FAMDA Commercial TV Company presents:
Up Girls, and At ‘Em (from the Scout Gang Show 1954), Vocal – R. Roney and T. Burns
The Swan, Saxophone Solo – C. Gotch
Bells Across the Meadow, Whistling Solo – Mrs. A McGregor, with Orchestra
Walking My Baby Back Home, Vocal – H. Davis
Serenading with Tschaikowsky, Violin Solo – R. Cunningham
Demonstrator – R. Stowell
Announcer R. Fleming
Cameraman – D. Ranyard
- Deep is the Night, Vocal Duet – Mrs. C. Gotch and Mrs. C. Smith
- The Warming Pan
Scene – Boom’s Living Room
Kate Boom – Jennifer Smith
Boom – R. Carruthers
Raggett – D. Davis
Dick Tarrell – V. Roney
– Interval –
- Orchestral Request Item – Down South
- Art For Art’s Sake
Scene – Amanda’s Private Den
Valerie – Dorothy McPherson
Chubb – Mrs. R. Fleming
Amanda – Mrs G. Sloane
Mr. Carver – T. Burns
- The Happy Wanderer
Augmented Choral Group with Orchestra
- Fairest Evening
- Mario Netta and his Puppets
- Scherzo In Two Flats
Scene – Corridor in a Block of Flats
Dorothy Nestor – Mrs. G. Sloane
Aunt Agatha – Mrs. D. Davis
Mortimer Smith – Mr. H. Davis
- Orchestral Item – Memories of Lehar
- The Dear Departed
Scene – The Slaters’ Living Room
Slater – Mrs. L. Bailey
Mrs. Jordan – Mrs. C. Gotch
Victoria Slater – Alison Roussac
Henry Slater – J. Giblett
Ben Jordan – D. Ranyard
Abel Merryweather – R. Fleming (or T. Burns)
- Finale – Full Company – FAMDA Orchestra – Musical Selections
Members of the FAMDA Orchestra
Mrs. C.G. Smith (Piano); Miss A. Wood, C. Atkins, R. Atkins, H. Isakson and R. Carruthers (Violin); C. Gotch (Saxophone); A. McGregor (Clarinet).
Members of the FAMDA Choral Group
Mesdames Bailey, Rome, Sommerville, Steele, Gotch, Byrnes, Bird, Davis, Davies, Neilson, Gordon and Miss Valma Davis.
Conductress – Miss F. Urquhart.
Accompanist – Mrs. C.G. Smith.
Vocal and Instrumental Item Accompanists
Mrs. R. Cunningham and Mrs C.G. Smith.
Foster Films, Art, Music, Drama Association hope you have enjoyed our show. All participants are members of FAMDA. We invite you to join.
Our activities include a Drama Group, Discussion Group, Record Group, Choral Group and Orchestral Group. We are also the official local C.A.E. sponsors.
The Annual Subscription for all or any of these activities is 5/-.
Those wishing to join, please contact the Secretary (Foster 166) or President (Foster 5), or any member.
Finale – To the tune of Men of Harlech
Foster FAMDA says goodnight now,
Time has come to dim the lights now,
We must vanish from your sight now,
And go home again.
With orchestra and dancing,
And ballet girls romancing,
The Choir too has sung for you,
The songs you found entrancing,
Plays and sketches in full measure,
We have given for your pleasure,
So, with memories you’ll treasure,
We must say goodnight.