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: BAND MUSIC by the MORECAMBE MUNICIPAL MILITARY BAND

Conducted by EDWARD DUNN , Director of Music to the Morecambe Corporation
Relayed from the West End Bandstand. Morecambe

Contributors

Conducted By: Edward Dunn

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

: Songs from the South of England : ' The Farmer's Song.' ' The Maypole,' ' Young Richard.' Traditional Songs, sung by Harry Hopewell. A Story of the South, told by Robert Roberts

: CHORUS AND COMEDY

.ST. STEPHEN'S (BLACKPOOL) GLEEMEN
'A MATTER OF POLICY'
A New Original Comedy by GORDON PHILLIPS
PICTURE the dining-room of a suburban home at 8.30 a.m. The husband is engaged in a careful scrutiny of the morning milk. In the centre of the breakfast table lie several unopened letters, and it is at the precise moment when the wife notices them that our play commences.
'APPEARANCES'
A Play by HELEN C. PRESBURY
IMAGINE the rather dingy hall of a Blooms-bury Lodging House on December 20, 1925. On the combined hat-rack and umbrella-stand rests a telephone. A door opening off, the hall into a bed-sitting-room discloses. a young man busily searching for something in the bureau.
The landlady stands watching him, an expression i of mingled triumph and outraged virtue on her face.
GLEEMEN

Contributors

Comedy By: Gordon Phillips
Play By: Helen C. Presbury
The Husband: Harold Cluff
The Wife: Winifred May
The Maid: Betty Elsmore
The Agent: Charles Nesbitt
Landlady: Betty Elmore
Mr Harrison: Harold Cluff
Mr Harold Lane: Charles Nesbitt
Policeman: A G Mitcheson
The ' Down and Out': F A Nicholls








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