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: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

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Songs sung by HARRY HOPEWELL

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Sung By: Harry Hopewell

: ' Our Programme '

Arranged by THE LORD MAYOR and LADY
MAYORESS of Manchester
(Councillor W. Davy , J.P., and Mrs. F. MADDRELL )
'UNCLE JAMES '
A Comedy in one act by FRANCIS W. TAYLOR
Presented by THE STATION REPERTORY PLAYERS
Cast :
The Scene is laid in the living room of the double-fronted house occupied by the Whit-takers, from the windows of which factory chimneys can be faintly discerned through the dull grey smoke clouds which hang over the intervening moorland. The room on the other side of the house is used as a shop. David is standing on a chair before the fireplace, hanging a small faded photograph over the mantelpiece.

Contributors

Unknown: W. Davy
Unknown: Mrs. F. Maddrell
Unknown: Francis W. Taylor
David Whittaker: E D Ormerod
Ellen Whittaker: Berenice Melford
Clara: Lucia Rogers
Olive: Hylda Metcalf
James Whittaker: F A Nicholls








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