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Shakespeare Night

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S.B. to Bournemouth and Newcastle.

7.30 King Henry the Fifth
Supported by The Station Repertory Company.
Act I.
Scene I. London. The Presence Chamber in the King's Palace.
Scene II. Southampton. Council Chamber
Scene III. France. The French King's Palace.
Scene IV. France. Before Harfleur.
Act II.
Scene I. Rouen. A Room in the Palace.
Scene II. The same. Another Room in the Palace.
Scene III. The English Camp in Picardy.
Scene IV. The English Camp at Agincourt.
Act III.
Scene 1. The French Camp.
Scene II. The English Camp.
Scene III. The Field of Battle.
Scene IV. Another part of the Field.
Scene V. Troyes. An Apartment in the French King's Palace.

The Overture, Entr'actes and Incidental Music from compositions by Elgar, Gustav Hoist, Edward German, Mancinelli, Humperdinck, Massenet and others, performed by The Station Orchestra, Conducted by Dan Godfrey, Junr.
The famous "Agincourt Song", written for the Victory of Agincourt, will be sung before the closing scene of the play.

Contributors

Arranged and Directed by: A. Corbett-Smith
Musicians: The Station Orchestra
Orchestra conducted by: Dan Godfrey, Junr.
Henry V: Cyril Estcourt
Katharine of France/Chorus: Haidee Gunn

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Shakespeare Night

2LO London, 27 May 1924 19.30






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