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: A BAND PROGRAMME

(From Birmingham)
THE METROPOLITAN WORKS BAND
Conducted by GEORGE WILSON

Contributors

Conducted By: George Wilson

: A Sonata Recital /

(From Birmingham)'
ARTHUR KENNEDY (Viola)
GRANVILLE BANTOCK
(Pianoforte)

Contributors

Viola: Arthur Kennedy
Pianoforte: Granville Bantock

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

(From Birmingham)
' Kitty the Clockwork Mouse,' by Barbara Sleigh. AUNTIE RUBY, UNCLE LAURIE, and HORACE will Entertain. JACKO and a Piano.
NORRIS STANLEY (Violin)

Contributors

Unknown: Barbara Sleigh.

: Light Music

LEYLAND WHITE (Baritone)
THE BERNARD RUSSELL HARP QUINTET

Contributors

Baritone: Leyland White
Harp: Bernard Russell

: Popular Celebrity Concert

Relayed from the Central Hall, Birmingham
CLARA SERENA (Contralto)
HARRY RUNNETT (Baritone)
ARNALL OSCROFT (Pianoforte)

: 'The House the B.B.C. Built'

(From Birmingham)
A Pantomimic (Re)Vue into the Future
Books, Sketches, and interpolated numbers by CHARLES BREWER
Music by NORMAN HACKFORTH
This is the Home the B.B.C. built
' Up West'
This is the Staff (HAROLD CLEMENCE and GEORGE
Buck), that booked the Comedienne and all the Cast, and did all the work with a business-like air, and pleased the Public and (That's quite enough—ED.)
NIGEL DALLAWAY Pianofortes
WALTER RANDALL Pianofortes
Household Decorations by THE BIRMINGHAM
STUDTO CHORUS and ORCHESTRA
Conducted by JOSEPH LEWIS

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Brewer
Music By: Norman Hackforth
Unknown: Harold Clemence
Pianofortes: Nigel Dallaway
Pianofortes: Walter Randall
Conducted By: Joseph Lewis
This is the Girl who sang in the House, etc: Colleen Clifford
This is the Dude who was after the Girl, etc: Ayles Clifton
This is the Juvenile who stymied the Dude and married the Girl, etc: John Rorke
This is the Comedienne, who was after the Juvenile, also the Dude, and anything else in gent's suitings that frequented the House the B B C built: Edith James

: A Ballad Concert

MAVIS BENNETT (Soprano) SYDNEY COLTHAM (Tenor) EDITH LAKE (Violoncello)

Contributors

Soprano: Mavis Bennett
Tenor: Sydney Coltham
Tenor: Edith Lake








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