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: TUESDAY MIDDAY SOCIETY'S CONCERT

Relayed from Houldsworth Hall
CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERT by the BRODSKY
Quartet
Dr. ADOLPH BRODSKY (1st Violin), ALFRED BARKER (2nd Violin), HELEN RAWDON BRIGGS
(Viola), CARL Fuchs (Violoncello)

Contributors

Unknown: Houldsworth Hall
Unknown: Dr. Adolph Brodsky
Violin: Alfred Barker
Violin: Helen Rawdon Briggs
Viola: Carl Fuchs

: ORCHESTRAL MUSIC (Continued).

Directed by MICHEL DORÉ

Contributors

Directed By: Michel Doré

: Mr. H. M. WILSON,' Czecho-Slovakia

—The Country of King Wenceslas '

: MUSIC AND HUMOUR

PURSALL and STANBURY (Composer-Entertainers) offer some New and Original Songs
' THE MIDDLE FURNACE '
A Comedy in One Act by PAUL RELMAN
Characters in order of speaking :
Scene : The interior of a shop in a busy London thoroughfare.
Promenading the London streets at 10 a.m. was a novelty for Horace Pyeman. He found the hurrying business people a source of interest, but the vision of Mabel disappearing into the dark doorway aroused his curiosity to such an extent that he decided to follow her.
PURSALL and STANBURY in a further interlude

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Relman
Unknown: Horace Pyeman.
Horace Pyeman: Harold Cluff
Nicodemus Brassleigh: Frank A Nicholls
Mabel: Hylda Metcalf








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