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: A Sullivan Concert

The NORTHERN WIRELESS ORCHESTRA
Overture to ' The Yeomen of the Guard '
Selection from ' H.M.S. Pinafore'
JOSEPH GREEN (Tenor) The Sailor's Grave The Letter
Love laid his sleepless head
ORCHESTRA
Selection from ' Patience '
THE STATION REPERTORY PLAYERS present
'Mrs. Bill Entertains '
A Light Comedy by Constance ENNE
Scene : The Sitting-room of the Wellinghams' flat
Time : Early evening
Cast:
Bill Wellingham had married June with full knowledge of the fact that she had been accustomed to every luxury which money could buy. He had the necessary financial resources, but abhorred having to pay his wife's dress bills. Consequently, their first year of married life did not run smoothly.
SULLIVAN Concert (Continued.) ORCHESTRA Selection from ' Ruddigore' JOSEPH GREEN Thon art lost to me
Drinking Song (' Rose of Persia ') Once again

Contributors

Unknown: Mrs. Bill Entertains
Comedy By: Constance Enne
Unknown: Bill Wellingham
Unknown: Joseph Green
Parker (A Maid): Lucia Rogers
Repton (Wellingham's Valet): Charles Nesbitt
June Wellingham: Hylda Metcalf
Bill Wellingham (Her Husband): D E Ormerod
Larry Oliver: H R Williams
A Burglar ;: F A Nicholls

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR:

THE STATION REPERTORY PLAYERS present
'THE GHOST OF BATTERSBY MANOR'
A Humorous Play by C. E. Hodges
Characters : Professor
Theophilus Tillett Stella (his niece)
Professor Hornbeam (his unscrupulous rival) Mr. Tonks (bricklayer and handyman) Mary (the housemaid)
Gerald Ducane (a guest)
Songs by BETTY WHEATLEY

Contributors

Play By: C. E. Hodges
Unknown: Theophilus Tillett
Unknown: Gerald Ducane
Songs By: Betty Wheatley








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