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: Field's Cafe Orchestra

relayed from Field's Cafe, Commercial Street, Leeds.

: The Scala Symphony Orchestra

relayed from, the Scala Theatre, Leeds.

: Mr. Henry Crowther

F.Z.S.,
F.R.M.S., Curator; The City Museum, Leeds: "Vignettes of Nature-(c) The Lap of the Sea

: For Scouts

"A Cycle Hike in France "-3rd North-East Leeds (St. Wilfrid's).

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: Mr. S. C. KAINES SMITH

Director, The City Art Gallery, Leeds : "Art Travel Talks-(2) Italy."

: MUSIC AND DRAMA.

THE STATION TRIO : under the Direction of . PERCY FROSTICK.

Contributors

Unknown: Percy Frostick.

: " THE ART THEATRE PLAYERS"

in "The Mad Fiddler."
Characters
(in order of speaking) :
He.
She.
The Fiddler.
A fairly low pine-capped peak in a mountainous district. Apart from the sound of a gentle breeze passing through the trees everything is held in the profound stillness of the mountain tops.

: THE TRIO.

Marche Militaire .:.... Schubert
THE PLAYERS in "The Proposal."
A Jest in One Act by Anton Tchekov
Characters
(in order of speaking) :
Stepan Stepanovitch Tchubokov
(A Landowner).
Natalya Stepanovna (His Daughter).
Ivan Nassilyevitch Lomov (A
Neighbour-a healthy, well-nourished but hypochondriaeal landowner).
Tchubokov is sitting alotte in the drawing-room of his house, when his neighbour enters, resplendent in evening dress and white gloves.

Contributors

Unknown: Anton Tchekov
Unknown: Stepan Stepanovitch Tchubokov
Unknown: Natalya Stepanovna
Unknown: Ivan Nassilyevitch Lomov

: THE TRIO.

Selection, " On With the Show "
Nicholls
The Players in "Trouble With a Bath."
Characters
(in order of speaking):
Smith (A Man about Town). Eccles (A Valet).
A Bedroom in the flat of a fashionable young-man-about-town.
Time : Midday.-

: Programme

S.B. from London.








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