The Old Game played in a New Way Among the forfeits to be paid will be :
Violoncello Solos played by BEATRICE EVELINE
' The Black Tailor,' a story of the Clan Cameron, by EVELYN SMITH
' The Sneakiness of Sylvia,' a Girls' School Story, by CHRISTINE CHAUNDLER
THE idea that poetry in general, and modem poetry in particular, is a sort of hidden mystery preserved for a favoured or ' high-brow ' few is being gradually dissipated. Mr. Shanks' series of Talks, of which this is the third, is taking an important share in this most desirable work.
JULIAN ROSE and Nick ADAMS
(The Original' Potash and Perlmutter MADGE WHITE (Songs and Impressions)
JOSEPH BULL and GEORGE FOSTER
Rex Evans * Cabaret
Devised and written by ROWLAND LEIGH and REX EVANS
BASIL HOWES and REX EVANS
THE B.B.C. DANCE ORCHESTRA
Personally conducted by JACK PAYNE
TN these days ' star' success in cabaret half implies foreign nationality. But Rex Evans , now one of the most outstanding cabaret artists in London-who appears at the Cafe de Paris, the Kiteat, the Cafe Anglais and, during the season, at many private parties in May fair and Belgravia, is an Englishman. His forte is syncopation at the piano, at which, in the opinion of many, he surpasses the much-advertized ' 'whispering' Americans.
THE INTIME Trio : CECIL BONVALOT (Violin) ; AMBROSE GAUNTLETT (Violoncello) ;
SUZANNE DE LIVET (Pianoforte)
THE TRIO Trio in D, Op. 70, No. 1 - Beethoven Allegro' vivace con brio; Largo assai ed expressivo; Presto
10.5 JOHN THORNE (Baritone) Kommen und Scheiden, (Meeting and Parting) Op. 90, No. 3 - Schumann
Immer Leiser Wird mein SchlummerBrahms (Ever lighter grows 'my slumber), Op. 105, No. 2 - Brahms
Abschied (Farewell), Op. 66, No. 3 - Brahms
Wie Lenzeshauch, Op. 9, No. 1 - Jensen
Ein Schwan (A Swan), Op. 25, No. 2 - Grieg
Zwei brauno Angen (Two Brown Eyes) Op 5, No. 1 - Grieg
10.20 Trio Trio in B Flat, K 502 - Mozart Allegro; Larghetto; Allegretto
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