There is a resemblance and I am by no means certain it is not her, but I went looking for a profile view photo and in that one I used to compare the nose shape and angle seem quite different. The ears in other photos I looked at appeared quite similar, and as you mention, the hair also. In the other photo that showed this person's legs, they didn't really look like dancer's legs to me.
Think this is new, a late version of Tomorrow’s People (one of the two offshoots of the Beat Girls) with Lyn Wolseley, Suze Broks and Nanda Hoving. Quality not great, but any footage is welcome. No date, but guessing 1968 +/- 1
Here's another one, gives Lyn a credit at the end, though she is harder to identify in the routines - off the top of my head, of dance group alumni, the only others I can recall actually seeing credited as choreographer in a subsequent show are Flick and Jo Cook.
If you go to Belgaimage and search for lyn wolseley 1968 there are lots of photos related to the first 2 clips.
Helen presumably is the singer, unfortunately there are a few with long dark hair, but one of the two front dancers I think I recognise from the Beat Girls/Moef Ga Ga so it probably is the Beat Girls, making Diane’s appearance quite likely.
Helen's already being mentioned in this thread, she created her own Dutch group of dancers in protest against the "English" Beat Girls.
Hi Willoway, thank you very much for sending me this article, which I'd like to forward to Felicity as she may not have it. I'm having a bit of trouble making it appear when I hit "forward" so is there a way you can send me the article as an attachment? Thanks so much!
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An interview with Felecity Balfour and a bit of roomie Lorelly Harris. Interesting as she talks about joining in Sept '66, a short stint as it turned out.
Kensington Post, 18th November 1966
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Here is the show referenced (from the Genome listing) broadcast 31-12-64. Interestingly the Beat Girls are billed as "Les Beat Room Can-Can Ladies"
23.35 : Beat in the New!
Welcome the New Year with stars and celebrities.
Pat Campbell presents non-stop beat.
Billy J. Kramer with the Dakotas, The Kinks, The Merseybeats, The Graham Bond Organisation, Christine Holmes, Ray Singer
Peter and the Headlines play Hitsville '64
11.57 David Jacobs and the Gang see in the New Year
12.5 Davy Kaye presents Beat Cabaret
Starring P. J. Proby, The Rockin' Berries, Julie Rogers, Les Beat Room Can-Can Ladies.
Davy Kaye is appearing in 'Puss-in-Boots' at The Granada, Brixton
See page 37
Presenter: Pat Campbell
Band: Billy J. Kramer with the Dakotas
Band: The Kinks
Band: The Merseybeats
Musicians: The Graham Bond Organisation
Singer: Christine Holmes
Singer: Ray Singer
House band: Peter and the Headlines
Item presenters: David Jacobs and the Gang
Item presenter (Beat Cabaret): Davy Kaye
Singer (Beat Cabaret): P. J. Proby
Band (Beat Cabaret): The Rockin' Berries
Singer (Beat Cabaret): Julie Rogers
Dancers (Beat Cabaret): Les Beat Room Can-Can Ladies
Design: Judy Steele
Lighting: Peter Smee
Sound: Bryan Forgham
Producer: Barry Langford
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