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NOEL GAY (1898 - 1954)
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Set in London's Criterion Theatre in the Spring of 1941, Radio Times traces the struggles of the cast of Variety Bandwagon, a BBC light entertainment show, broadcasting for the first time live to America. Incorporating the music of Noel Gay, author of Me and My Girl, this heart-warming and highly-entertaining show includes the classic numbers "There's Something about a Soldier"; "Run, Rabbit, Run"; "Who's Been Polishing the Sun?" and "Hey Little Hen".
Music by Noel Gay, book by Abi Grant, book devised by Robin Miller, original conception by Alex Armitage, Additional material And book revisions by Paul Alexander And Alex Armitage
Queen's Theatre, London 1992
Original cast recording: Polydor (517474) 1993
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Male: 5  Female: 2  Other: The Grosvenors (variable casting of six or more)
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