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: Moses Baritz

Lecture on " Gounod," with Gramophone Illustrations.

: Women's Half-Hour

Janey Dugdale (Recitations).


Unknown: Janey Dugdale


S.B. from London.
Mr. F. STACEY LINTOTT : Weekly Talk on Sport.
Local News.


Unknown: Mr. F. Stacey Lintott

: 2ZY Present "Cinderella"

A Fairy Burlesque Extravaganza,
By Henry J. Byron.
Music by the "2ZY" Quartet.
Incidental Music and Vocal Numbers from "Cinderella," by John Farmer (15).
Additional Popular Pantomime Songs.
Prince Poppetti (Prince of Salerno and Pretty Fellows)... HYLDA METCALF,
Dandino (His Valet and a Very Deep One) VICTOR SMYTHE
Alidoro (His Tutor) ...... H.B. BRENAN Baron Balderdash (A Slightly Damaged Edition of the "Last of the Barons") D. E. ORMEROD
Buttoni (A Page of the "Last of the Barons") .................. TOM WILSON
Clorinda (Baron's Eldest Daughter) BETTY ELSMORE
Thisbe (Baron's Second Daughter) T.O. BEACHCROFT
Cinderella (Baron's Youngest Daughter) NANCY RYNESS
Fairy Queen (Cinderella's Godmother) EDITH LEACH
Honeydew (A Fay) HELEN McLACHLAN
Cinderella's Songs will be sung by E. HILTON
Scene 1.-A Forest Dell.
Scene 2.-An Apartment at the Baron's.
Scene 3.-Another Apartment at the Baron's.
Scene 4.-The Baron's Kitchen.
Scene 5.-Corridor of the Prince's Palace.
Scene 6.-Grand Ball Room at the Palace.
Directed by ERIC FOGG
Music by the " 2ZY QUARTET


Unknown: Henry J. Byron.
Unknown: John Farmer
Unknown: Hylda Metcalf
Unknown: Smythe Alidoro
Unknown: H. B. Brenan
Unknown: D. E. Ormerod
Unknown: Tom Wilson
Unknown: Helen McLachlan
Sung By: E. Hilton.
Produced By: Victor Smythe.
Directed By: Eric Fogg


S.B. from London. Mr. F. M. CARRUTHERS. S.B. from
Local News.


Unknown: Mr. F. M. Carruthers.


S.B. from London.

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