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: The Scala Symphony Orchestra

relayed from the Scala Theatre, Leeds.

: Afternoon Topics

Scotch
Songs (Traditional), bv Doris Nicholls.

Contributors

Unknown: Doris Nicholls.

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: "On My Anvil

" by the Smilesmith.

: COMEDY AND CONCERT.

ANNIE COCKCROFT (Soprano).
WILFRED HUDSON (Tenor).
RICHARD WILSON (Bass).
JACK ALLERTON (Entertainer).
THE H ARROGATE ROYAL
BATHS QUARTET
REGINALD WHITEHOUSE
(Violin);
CECIL JERVIS ('Cello);
CHARLES MANN (Viola);
CECIL MOON
(Pianist and Director).
THE QUARTET.

Contributors

Tenor: Wilfred Hudson
Bass: Richard Wilson
Violin: Reginald Whitehouse
Cello: Cecil Jervis
Viola: Charles Mann
Pianist: Cecil Moon

: " The Maid o' The Inn."

A Comedy, with Music, in Two
Scenes.
Written and Arranged by CECIL MOON .
Scene 1.- The Parlour-" The
Mermaid " Inn - Morning.
Scene 2-The Same-Two Weeks
Later-Evening.
Incidental Music bv
THE QUARTET.

Contributors

Arranged By: Cecil Moon

: THE QUARTET.

In Requested Items from Their
Repertoire.

: Weather FORECAST AND NEWS.

Prof. E. WEEKLEY , M.A..
" The Romance of Words -
, Catchwords and Cliches."
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: E. Weekley

: An Impromptu.

To which our Artists will each contribute songs, and JACK ALLERTON will act as "Host."

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Allerton








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