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: FORTHCOMING MUSICAL EVENTS or THE

NORTH
A Gramophone LectureRecital
By Moses BARlTZ

Contributors

Unknown: Moses Barltz

: The Tuesday Midday Society's

Concett
Relayed from the Houldsworth Hall
A CHAMBER CONCERT by THE BRODSKY STRING
QUARTET

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

LIFE AMONG THE LITTLE PEOPLE
THE NORTHERN WIRELESS ORCHESTRA will play
'The Nut-cracker Suite' by Tchaikovsky FRANK A. LOWE will talk on ' Wild Life in Winter'
BETTY WHEATLEY will sing Fairy Songs

Contributors

Unknown: Tchaikovsky Frank A. Lowe
Unknown: Betty Wheatley

: Music and Drama

THE NORTHERN WIRE
LESS ORCHESTRA
'In an Art Gallery'
A Satire by SLADEN SMITH
Cast :
Supported by THE NORTHERN WIRELESS
ORCHESTRA
'The True Character of the Bad-tempered
Dentist'
A Comedy in One Act by W. A. DOVE
Cast :
Supported by THE NORTHERN WIRELESS
ORCHESTRA
The Scene is enacted in John Grizzle 's surgery, between 9.30 and 10.0 p.m.

Contributors

Unknown: Sladen Smith
Unknown: John Grizzle
The Earnest Youth: H. R. Williams
The Woman on the Bench: Hylda Metcalf
The Strong- minded Woman: Lucia Rogers
The Man: Charles Nesbitt
A Young Person: Kathleen Fair
Her Friend: Berenice Melford
First Man: W. E Dlckman
Second Man: B. A . Tarpin
A Real Lady: Ermyntrude Walsh
A Woman: Edith Barker
A Man: Charles Harris
First Workman: Bernard Vaughan
Second Workman: D. E. Ormerod
Harold: Arthur Fraith
Mother: Edithnae Mayland
The Boy: Herbert Land (jun )
The Father: George Bernard Smith
John Grizzle (the bad-tempered dentist): D. E. Ormerod
Miss Wigglesworth: Berenice Melford
Miss Tremellen: Hylda Metcalf
Dr Brunton (Jim Jones): George Bernard Smith
Dr Johnson (Bill Brown): W E Dickman








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