(By permission of Lieut.-Col. C. R. MACDONALD and OFFICERS)
Conducted by C. A. HARTMANN (Bandmaster)
Relayed from Granville Gardens, Dover
Selection from ' Morrie England'
From the Studio
From the Studio
by A. P. HERBERT
AT the back of a small hall are the gates of a lift. Standing by the gates are a commissionaire and a man and woman in evening dress. They are Mr. Heather, the husband of Mrs. Heather, and Miss Lettice Trout, her sister. Somewhere up above is the lift, and in it are Mrs. Heather and Mr. Moon. Mrs. Heather is pretty, Miss Trout is plain. The lift is small, with a seat at the back with room for two. It has apparently just stopped.
Relayed from the Gaiety Theatre
The Excerpt will include :
It all depends on you (PHYLLIS DARE and COMPANY)
The Charleston Trio Dance (PHYLLIS DARE,
DAVE FITZGIBBON and HARRY WHITE)
Try again tomorrow (CICELY COURTNEIDGE and JACK HULBERT )
Finale (THE COMPANY)
The following artists will also appear:
PHYL ARNOLD ; JOHNNE CLARE ;
HAROLD FRENCH ; BOBBY COMBER ; HENRY DE BRAY ; BILLY ARLINGTON
THE Gaiety has a great name for musical comedies, and it is living up to it now as well as it did in the days of the original Shop Girl and its like. Lido Lady is a sparkling show that has run long enough to establish itself as one of the successes of the year.
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