' The Mangling of Wurzle —Almost a Tragedy,' by Barbara Sleigh
CHRISSIE STODDARD and FRED DELVIGNE will Entertain
CYRIL COPE (Violoncello)
'Oxford and Cambridge—A Day in the Life of all Undergraduate,' by KENNETH LAWSON
A Play by ERNEST BRAMAH , adapted by GILBERT HERON
Being an Episode in the Experiences of Max Carrados , the blind unravellor of mysteries
Eustace Montmorency (known as 'The Stoker')
Nina Dompierre (his Wife) Inspector Beedel (of Scotland Yard) Max Carrados
The Scene is a sitting-room at No. 28, Heronsbourne Place, Regent's
Incidental Music by THE MIDLAND PIANOFORTE
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