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'So This is Love'

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Relayed from the Winter Garden
Theatre
'Lazy Father Time' sung by SYLVIA LESLIE
'Hats Off' sung by STANLEY Lupino
' Cornflower Blues' sung by LADDIE CLIFF and REITA NUGENT
' Sweetheart ' sung by CYRIL RITCHARD and MADGE
ELLIOTT
Speciality Pianists :
JACK CLARKE , H. B. HEDLEY and GEORGE MYDDLETON
Other parts are played by CONNIE
EMERALD and EWART LOCKE
A PPROPRIATELY, we are to hear this evening an excerpt from one of the gayest musical shows now running-and an all-British show, too. So this is Love ! / is notable for its speed and zest and for the sparkling syncopation provided by the pianistic firm of Clarke, Hedloy and Myddleton. It is a common belief that a musical comedy needs no plot. But there is a plot here and wo are butting right into the middle of it. The Hon. Peter Maiden (Cyril Ritchard ) and his secretary, Pamela Stuart (Madge Elliot ) are very much in love with each other, but Peter is rolling in money and Pamela had for a long time refused to marry him for fear of being thought a ' gold digger.' An American friend, Hap. J. Hazzard (Laddie Cliff) and Peter's stockbroker, Potty Griggs (Stanley Lupino), have concocted a plot to make Pamela believe that Peter has lost all his money in Brazilian stocks, whereupon she has accepted the hand of her delighted suitor. But the course of true love does not run so smoothly-not, at least, in the ' book ' of a musical show. There is also a certain Kitty Carleton (Sylvia Leslie ) who wants Peter for herself. She is quite naturally furious about his engagement. Now, as they say, read on I

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