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: FORTHCOMING MUSICAL EVENTS OF THE NORTH

A Gramophone Lecture-Recital by MOSES BARITZ

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR : MUCH IN LITTLE

Little Songs, and Clarinet Solos of much im. portanco, are sung and played by BETTY WHEATLEY and PAT RYAN

Contributors

Played By: Betty Wheatley
Played By: Pat Ryan

: Mediterranean Muse

THE NORTHERN WIRELESS ORCHESTRA
Conducted by T. H. MORRISON

Contributors

Conducted By: T. H. Morrison

: ' Claude '

A Comedy in One Act by HERMON OULD
Cast :
Supported by THE NORTHERN WIRELESS
ORCHESTRA
Scene : The stage of a provincial theatre about
4.30 p.m. Tom is seated at a small table scribbling alterations in his script.
'The Bracelet'
A Play in One Act by ALFRED BUTRO
Cast :
Supported by THE NORTHERN WORELESS
ORCHESTRA
Scene: The dining-room of the Westerns' house. Dinner has just ended, and the room is in darkness.

Contributors

Unknown: Alfred Butro
Claude (a young actor): H R Williams
Rosamund (an actress): Hylda Metcalf
Tom (also an actor): Harold Cluff
Charlie (a scene-shifter): F A Nicholls
Harvey Western (a stock-broker): F A Nicholls
His Honour Judge Banket: George Bernard Smith
Martin (the butler): Arthur Plante
William (the footman): Harold Cluff
Mrs Western (Harvey's wife): Hylda Metcalf
Mrs Banket (the judge's wife): Lucia Rogers
Miss Farren (a governess): Peggy Webster
Smithers (lady's maid): Berenice Melford








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