A Play by GLADYS WARD.
Produced by STUART VINDEN
The Scene is the room of a miner's cottage in the Black Country. The table is laid for tea, while a kettle boils on the fire. A dark, good-looking woman of about thirty stands on the hearth. A knock is heard on the door, which opens to admit a thin, middle-aged woman wearing rough, working clothes.
A Trifle of Patches and Powder by A. E. DRINKWATER
The Scene is the entrance hall, used as a living-room. in a country mansion, during the year 1780. Martha was born of parents both in the employ of the Lorebone family, and has herself lived in their service all her life. During the years of widowhood, she has been there in the capacity of housekeeper.
Martha enters the room muttering, followed by Lucy dressed for a coach journey, elegantly and in perfect taste.
A Chance Acquaintance:
THE WIRELESS MILITARY BAND, conducted by B. WALTON O'DONNELL
Second ' Pomp and Circumstance ' March
Three Dances from the ' Bavarian' Highlands
10.32 WALTER GLYNNE (Tenor)
Is she not passing fair?.
Suite (No. 2) from ' The Wand of Youth'
10.55 WALTER GLYNNE
Speak, Music Pleading
The Blue Mountains (A Song of Australia)
Matin Chanson do Nuit
Spanish Scene, 'Sevillana'
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