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: AN AFTERNOON CONCERT

From Birmingham
LOZELLS PICTURE HOUSE ORGAN and ORCHESTRA
FRANK NEWMAN (Organ)
ALBERT TOWNSEND (Bass)
ORCHESTRA, conducted by PAUL RIMMER

Contributors

Bass: Albert Townsend
Conducted By: Paul Rimmer

: LUTON RED CROSS BAND

Conducted by EDWARD S. CARTER
EVELYN TIERNEY (Soprano)
DAVID BRYNLEY (Tenor) 4.15 EVELYN TIERNEY 5.15 EVELYN TIERNEY

Contributors

Conducted By: Edward S. Carter
Soprano: Evelyn Tierney
Tenor: David Brynley

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

(from Birmingham) :
Songs by Norah Tarrant (Contralto). Story told by Phyllis Richardson. 'Jacko' and a Piano. ' French Legends,' by Alice Carhart

: 'MADAME BUTTERFLY'

A Japanese Tragedy (founded on the book by J. L. Long and the play of David Belasco ), by L. ILLICA and G. GRACOSA
Music by GIACOMO PUCCINI
(For programme and story of the Opera see page 429)

Contributors

Book By: J. L. Long
Unknown: David Belasco
Unknown: L. Illica
Unknown: G. Gracosa

: VARIETY

From Birmingham
DON VOCAL QUARTET
MASON and ARMES (Entertainers with a Piano) MABEL FRANCE (in ' Aunt Maria Sketches) KAPUA and PAUWELA
(Hawaiian Guitar and Ukulele Duo) WORTLEY ALLEN (in Characters from
Dickens)
THE BIRMINGHAM STUDIO LIGHT
ORCHESTRA

Contributors

Piano: Mabel France
Unknown: Wortley Allen








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