A Gang Show is a theatrical performance by youth members of Scouts and Guides. Some Gang Shows have leaders of Scouts and Guides on stage too. The Gang refers to the members involved with the performance. The format was created by Ralph Reader, the original producer. In 1972, Reader founded the London Gang Show Fellowship so current and former members of the London show could keep in touch. Membership later expanded to anyone interested in Gang Show.
Album: The Best Kiddies Album On The Planet. Ralph Reader: best 2 tracks. The Gang Show, The Gang Show Feat. Ralph Reader - The Crest Of A Wave The Ugly Ducking: Children Classics, 2011 03:02. Artist: The Gang Show The Gang Show Feat.
Ralph Reader with the Ken Jones Orchestra. Tracks count: 14. Views: 0. Ralph Reader with the Ken Jones Orchestra - Fanfare, You'll Get Along Very Well 02:40. Ralph Reader with the Ken Jones Orchestra - Love,Love,Love 02:35.
The Gang Show was created by Ralph Reader, who metamorphosised his choreography skills into a fully realised show for girl guides and boy scouts. All in all, he has produced 19 shows on Broadway, 34 in London's West End and 50 shows in the Royal Albert Hall. Arranged for piano and voice.
A Gang Show is a theatrical performance by members of Scouts and Guides. Leaders, youth members and parents help behind the scenes. The aim is, through performance, to empower young people to make a positive contribution to society. The production teams and cast (all volunteers) plan, write, compose, choreograph, build scenery and props, make costumes and rehearse for several months.
Ralph Reader (9). Lyrics. Ralph Reader (9). Book. Recording Details. Side A: 1. On The Crest Of A Wave 2. The Angel 3. Stepping Out 4. The One Beside You 5. There's A Song In My Heart 6. Everybody Must Have Someone 7. Wings over Seaways Side B: 1. You Can't Be Wrong If You're Right 2. Friends 3. Magic In The Air 4. Strollin' 5. Boys In Blue 6. Together 7. I Wouldn't Change.
By 1944, Gang Show units were estimated to have travelled 100,000 miles and entertained 3,500,000 servicemen. Some of those who served in the RAF Gang Shows would later become well known entertainers, such as Peter Sellers, Tony Hancock, Dick Emery and Cardew Robinson. Reader, Ralph This is The Gang Show, C. Arthur Pearson Ltd, 1957. Reader, Ralph Ralph Reader Remembers, Bailey Brothers and Swinfen, 1975.
With Ralph Reader, Gina Malo, Stuart Robertson, Richard Ainley. The leader of a group of singing Boy Scouts tries to get them into the "big time". Director: Alfred J. Goulding.
|A1||All Dressed Up|
|A2||Coming Home At The End Of The Day|
|B1||When The Band Plays|
|B2||Do As The Romans Do|
|B3||I See Red|