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: Lyons' Cafe Orchestra

Conductor, Brassey Eyton.

Contributors

Unknown: Brassey Eyton.

: Programme

S.B. from London

: Musical Interlude.

S.B. from
London.

: Mr. Percy Scholes

Music Critic. S.B. from London.
An Hour by the Nottingham Shakespeare Society Producer Mr E MUMFORD Introducer Miss F M MOSLEY Miss PENTECOST
Singers -Miss POWELL
{Mr. K. McEWAN.

: RICHARD III."

Act 1. Scene 4.
Shakespearean Song, Miss PENTECOST.
'THE MERCHANT OF
VENICE. "
Act III... Scene 1.
Shakespearean Son",
Miss POWELL.
"ROMEO AND JULIET."
Act II., Scene 2.
Shakespearean Song,
Mr. K. McEWAN.
" OTHELLO."
Act V., Scene 2.
MARGERY STANIFORTH
(Contralto).
JOHN HENRY (Entertainer).
LYONS' CAFE ORCHESTRA: Conductor, BRASSEY EYTON.

Contributors

Song: Mr. K. McEwan.
Conductor: Brassey Eyton.

: JOHN HENRY

will Entertain You.
THE ORCHESTRA.

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London.
Sir WILLIAM BEACH THOMAS:
"The Ypres League." S.B. from London.
Local News.

: JOHN HENRY

will Entertain You.
THE ORCHESTRA.

: THE SAVANNAS BAND.

Relayed from the Palais de Danse.








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