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: Mr. Paul Rimmer's Orchestra

playing at Lozell's Picture House.
(to 16.30)


Musicians: Paul Rimmer's Orchestra

: First General News Bulletin

Broadcast from London, followed by Midland News, giving Local Weather Report.

: The Greys Concert Party

Opening Chorus: "The Chanting Greys" (M. S.). Chrissie Stoddard and Leonard Brown, Duet, "A Night in Venice" (Lucantoni). Edith James, a Piano and some Songs. Ernest Jones, Banjo Solos. The Greys Party, Quartet, "I Have a Rose" (M. S.).


Singer: Chrissie Stoddard
Singer: Leonard Brown
Pianist/singer: Edith James
Banjoist: Ernest Jones

: The Greys Concert Party

Song Scena, "My Lantern Girl".
Leonard Brown, Songs, "Trotting to the Fair" (Stanford); "Eleanore" (Coleridge-Taylor).
Percy Owens, in Music and Mime.
Chrissie Stoddard, Songs, "Happy Song" (Riego); "I Love the Moon" (Ruebens).
Edith James and Percy Owens, in a Humorous Duologue, "Counter Attractions" (West).
The Greys Party (Concerted), ''Name the Place" (M. S.).


Singer: Leonard Brown
Performer: Percy Owens
Singer: Chrissie Stoddard
Performer: Edith James

: Second General News Bulletin

Broadcast from London
followed by Midland News, giving Local Weather Report.

: Ernest Jones

Banjo Solos.
The Greys Party, Burlesque, "On the Stage" (M. S.).


Banjoist: Ernest Jones

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Announcer: J. Lewis

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