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: THE CARLTON HOTEL OCTET

Directed by RENE
TAPPONNIER
From the Carlton Hotel

: A Ballad Concert

LILY FAIRNEY (MEZZO-Soprano) HARDY WILLIAMSON (Tenor)

: LILY FAIRNEY

Two Red Letter Days .... Easthope Martin
St. Valentine; St. Nicholas day in the Morning

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

' Vox Angelica and Lieblich Gedacht '
From ' The Glassimender and Other Stories,
(Maurice Baring)
Arranged as a Dialogue Story
With Incidental Music by THE GERSHOM
PARKINGTON QUINTET

: WEATHER FORECAST

, FIRST GENERAL NEWS. BULLETIN ; AN
NOUNCEMENTS AND SPORTS BULLETIN

: THE FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC

PIANOFORTE DUETS—SCHUBERT
Played by ETHEL BARTLETT and RAE ROBERTSON
Characteristic March II Three Military Marches

: Vaudeville

ALBERT WHELAN
(The Australian Entertainer)
MURIEL GEORGE and ERNEST BUTCHER (Folk
Songs and Duets)
ARTHUR PRINCE and Jim
(The First Ventriloquial Figure with a Personality)
MABEL MARKS
(Syncopated Songs at the Piano)
JACK PAYNE and THE B.B.C. DANCE
ORCHESTRA and A VARIETY TURN
From the LONDON PALLADIUM

: A VIOLONCELLO RECITAL

By GEBSHOM PARKINGTON

: Virginia

Excerpts from the Musical Comedy Relayed from 'The Palace Theatre'
Book and Lyrics by HERBERT CLAYTON, DOUGLAS FURBER, R.P. WESTON and BERT LEE
Music by JACK WALLER and J.A. TUNBRIDGE
The Play produced by WILLIAM MOLLISON
Dances and Ensembles invented and arranged by RALPH READER
Cast in order of Entrance:
(Excerpt)
ACT II
Opening Chorus
Full CHORUS
I love you More than, you Love me
EMMA HAIG and' GEORGE GEE'
(Music by Harris Weston)
Virginia Bride .. JOHN KIRBY and CHORUS
Roll away Clouds WALTER RICHARDSON and FULL CHORUS
ORCHESTRA under the direction of J. A. TUNBRIDGE
THE play opens with a scene outside the Hotel somewhere on the Riviera, where Lord Campton (Harold French) is spending his honeymoon. His creditors among the local trades-people are many and noisy, which makes it all the more difficult for him when his trustee, Lord Bransmore, arrives to tell him that he has been so successful in spending his money that none is left. Lady Campton (Marjorie Gordon) refuses to be frightened by the prospect of love in an impoverished cottage, but pretends to change her mind after a conversation with Lord Bransmere. The wily nobleman reminds her that her husband's family is so infuriated by his marriage to an actress that it has cut him off with the proverbial shilling and suggests that she should perform an act of noble renunciation and divorce her husband. Lord Campton's prospects would then be rosy, for Silas B. Hock (John Kirby ) the American multi-millionaire has just arrived at the hotel with his daughter Virginia (Emma Haig), who is doomed to marry an English noble. man if her father's scheming can possibly achieve that end. He is willing to pay all Lord Campton's debts if he marries Virginia. Virginia has other ideas on the subject, and has, in fact, already married her father's secretary, Nicholas Ninni John (George Gee), but does not confess the fact. At the end of this act Silas B. Hock has lived up to his appearance of a human Steam-roller and flattened out the objections of the four unfortunate pawns in his matrimonial game.

: DANCE MUSIC

: FRED ELIZALDE and his SAVOY HOTEL Music, from the Savoy Hotel








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