Call Me Madam (1957) - Huddersfield and District Amateur Light Opera Society

Irving Berlin's Call Me Madam was the Huddersfield & District Amateur Light Opera Society's 1957 production.

It was performed at the Palace Theatre, Huddersfield, from Monday 28 January to Saturday 2 February 1957.

Souvenir Brochure

Credits

Cast

In order of appearance...

Dancing Girls:

Chorus:

Advertisers

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  • Tom Blackburn (florist) of 85 King Street
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  • Armitage & Sons (seeds) of 7 New Street
  • N. Hopkinson (china & hardware merchant) of Aspley
  • White Swan Hotel on Kirkgate
  • Kenneth Levell Ltd. (electrical & household goods) of Market Street
  • Ben Shaws (soft drinks) of Willow Lane
  • Taylor & Hobson Ltd. (furnishing specialist) of 9 King's Head Arcade & 17 Cloth Hall Street
  • Westwood Hirst & Co. (gentlemen's outfitters) of 34 Buxton Road
  • Heywoods (drapers & furnishers) of Market Street
  • Ramsay Clay (decorators) of 14 Chancery Lane
  • Holroyds (dyers, cleaners & launderers)
  • Greenwoods (knitwear & crafting) of 13-17a Victoria Street
  • Mabel Mitchell of 9 Northumberland Street
  • Irvin Brook (fur specialist) of 17 new North Road
  • G.D. David & Sons Ltd. (grocer) of 20 Cloth Hall Street
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