Wed 29 Nov 1944, 6.30pm, Theatre Royal, Bristol

Les Sylphides

Choreographer: Michel Fokine
Composer: Frédéric Chopin
Music note: Danced to live music


Nocturne Sally Gilmour
Nocturne Joan McClelland
Nocturne Margaret Scott
Nocturne Marguerite Stewart
Nocturne Brenda Hamlyn
Nocturne Nina Shelley
Nocturne Jean Stokes
Nocturne Marjorie Field
Nocturne Barbara Grimes
Nocturne Pamela Sabine
Nocturne Mary Gornell
Nocturne Paula Hinton
Nocturne Nona Harvey
Nocturne Marita Kern
Nocturne Walter Gore
Valse Joan McClelland
Prelude Sally Gilmour
Mazurka Walter Gore
Mazurka Brenda Hamlyn
Grande Valse Sally Gilmour
Grande Valse Walter Gore
Final Ensemble
Piano Marjorie Reed
Piano Thomas Lishman

Soirée Musicale

Choreographer: Antony Tudor
Composer: Gioacchino Rossini
Music note: Danced to live music


Canzonetta Margaret Scott
Canzonetta Stanley Newby
Tyrolese Jean Stokes
Tyrolese Walter Gore
Bolero Joan McClelland
Bolero Marjorie Field
Bolero Nina Shelley
Tarantella Brenda Hamlyn
Tarantella Michael Bayston
Piano Marjorie Reed
Piano Thomas Lishman

Lady into Fox

Choreographer: Andrée Howard
Composer: Arthur Honegger
Music note: Danced to live music


Mr. Tebrick Walter Gore
Sylvia (his wife) Sally Gilmour
Mrs. Cork (her nurse) Nina Shelley
The Huntsman Michael Bayston
Guest Margaret Scott
Guest Jean Stokes
Guest Barbara Grimes
Guest Marjorie Field
Guest Michael Holmes
Guest Stanley Newby
Piano Marjorie Reed
Piano Thomas Lishman

Simple Symphony

Choreographer: Walter Gore
Composer: Benjamin Britten
Premiere type: World premiere
Music note: Danced to recorded music


Dancer Sally Gilmour
Dancer Joan McClelland
Dancer Margaret Scott
Dancer Brenda Hamlyn
Dancer Marjorie Field
Dancer Jean Stokes
Dancer Paula Hinton
Dancer Marguerite Stewart
Dancer Barbara Grimes
Dancer Walter Gore
Dancer Michael Bayston
Dancer Stanley Newby
Dancer Michael Holmes
Dancer Rex Reid
Performance note: The programme gives alternative dancers without specifying who danced at this performance: Michael Holmes or Rex Reid; Marguerite Stewart or Barbara Grimes. All are listed here.
Source: Programme for 29-30 November 1944 in the Rambert Archive
Made by Palace