Relayed from the Assembly Room, City Hall
Relayed to Daventry Experimental
The National Orchestra of Wales, conducted by Warwick Braithwaite
Through the midday crowd in the square of Seville glides a dark, fascinating gipsy girl. It is Carmen. She sings of love, and, using all her powers of attraction, dances to the slow, swaying rhythm of the Spanish Habanera.
The National Orchestra of
Orchestra conducted by:
Relayed from the Llandaff Fields, Pavilion.
A Quintet, 'Killarney', by Claude Derwent and the Four Ecila Girls
Jack B. Royce, Coon Impressionist, and 'Little Octoroon'
'Poor Coon', by Jack and the Four Ecila Girls
A Dramatic Affair, by Norman Langford and Dorothy Ford
Pauline Lawrence, Entertainer at the Piano
Norman Langford and Claude Derwent argue and sing
Ivor Nelson (Baritone) will sing 'A Warwickshire Wooing'
A Wedding Cameo by the Company
The Famous Manx Mascots wish you all Good-night
The Four Ecila
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