Great footage of the entertainment at the Film Ball held at the Royal Albert Hall.
Excellent footage of the BBC Symphony Orchestra playing Elgar's 'Land of Hope and Glory'.
Bournemouth Orchestra perform a piece of music - Liszt's "Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2".
Helen Raymond sings "It Happened on the Beach at Bali Bali" to the accompaniment of Billy Thorburn and his band.
Billy Cotton and his band plus Rose Perfect at the Adelphi in Slough - dupe of part of PT 169.
Scottish brass band plays a famous tune - "The Joker".
Roy Fox and his band plus comedian Douglas Byng at Monseigneur Club - dupe of PT 124.
Clara and Elena Oyuela sing 'Down In Old Hawaii' in the Pathe Studio.
Mantovani and his Tipica orchestra play 'Reginella'.
Girl harmony group The Radio Three sing 'I'm Gonna Wash My Hands Of You' in the studio.
Comedian Billy Merson performs comic songs - 'Keep Off The Grass' and 'My Mother's Birthday'.
Big band jazz from Billy Bissett and his famous Canadian Band.
Tenor Percy Manchester sings "Highgate Hill" accompanied by Reginald King and his orchestra.
Performance of "Bohemian Memories" by Billy Reid and his London Accordion Band.
Entertainment at Santos Casani's Club includes a swimsuit fashion show, Leslies Sarony and Holmes and rubber-limbed Daphne de Witt.
Lots of bits and pieces of dance footage - mostly 1940s and 1950s.
Lovely, lilting rumba called 'Elvira' played by Mantovani and his Tipica Orchestra.
'The Lambeth Walk' demonstrated at the Locarno in Streatham, courtesy of Lupino Lane and the company of 'Me and My Girl'.
Mantovani and his dance orchestra play a jazz tune called the "Tipica Stomp".
Famous Mantovani and his orchestra perform with Stella Roberta and Jack Plant.
Geraldo and his orchestra play 'One Morning In May'.
John Stein and his string and percussion band play tune - 'Sous Les Toits de Paris'.
Baritone Roy Henderson sings 'Sylvia', accompanied by Tom Jones and his Orchestra.
Bernard Monshin and his Rio Tango Band play 'Madame, You're Lovely'.
Franz Conde and band perform "Kiss Me" in a Spanish style.
Billy Cotton and his Band perform at Slough, followed by other variety acts.
Earl Carroll and his Band play a jaunty tune called 'Swing and Sway'.