The R.A.S.C. Review for Xmas, 1944

‘the greatest show on earth' ..... this traditional boast of tho showman, Naafi now claims in * sober pride. Last year a t homo, Nanfi/Ensa perform ances played to a total audience of 25,000,000. Ovorseas, a rising tide of Naafi/Ensa entertainm ent is flowing steadily to all fronts — G ibraltar, M alta, Italy, Middle ICast, Palestine, Africa, India, Ceylon, Iceland, tho Faroes... and where n ex t ? Naafi and E nsa work in partner­ ship. E nsa recruits artists, croates shows; Naafi provides adm inistration, buildings, transport, hostels, cinemas, fit-up stages, equipm ont, seating. Naafi pays for everything—a t present the a n ­ nual bill for Naafi/Ensa entortainm ont for the Forces is over £2,250,000. And this is only ono of tho m any ways in which Naafi profits are returned to the Forces.... N A A F i belongs to the Forces. I t has no shareholders, a n d series no private interests. I t is fin a ncially se lf-su p - po rtinq and all its a v a il­ able profits are used fo r the benefits o f the Forces. B f
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