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: John Stean's Carlton Celebrity Orchestra

Relayed from the Carlton Restaurant

Contributors

Musicians: John Stean's Carlton Celebrity Orchestra

: S.B. from London

(9.45 West Regional News)

: 'Freedom's Call!'

NATIONAL ORCHESTRA OF WALES
(Cerddorfa Genedlaethol Cymru)
Shakespeare's ' Coriolanus'
Act I, Scene 1
Characters :
First Citizen
Second Citizen
Menenius Agrippa
Caius Marcius
A company of mutinous citizens enter a street in Rome, brandishing staves and clubs.
'Pity' or ' Gringoire, the Ballad Monger '
A Play in One Act
Adapted from the French of De Banville by ARTHUR SHIRLEY
Characters :
Louis XI. King of Franco Gringoire , a Poet of the People
Simon, a Wealthy Draper
Oliver-Le-Diam, the King's Barber, nicknamed
' The Devil '
Jeanette, Simon's
Daughter Nicole , Simon's Sister
At the house of a wealthy draper in Tours
King Louis XI is the guest.
' Oliver CromweU '
(Scene II)
By JOHN DRINKWATER
Characters :
A Member of Parliament
John Hampden Oliver Cromwell
The Speaker Henry Ireton
After midnight on November 22, 1641. The
House of Commons is still in session at St. Stephen's Chapel, Westminster.

Contributors

Unknown: Ballad Monger
Unknown: De Banville
Unknown: Arthur Shirley
Unknown: Franco Gringoire
Unknown: Daughter Nicole
Unknown: Oliver Cromweu
Unknown: John Drinkwater
Unknown: John Hampden
Unknown: Oliver Cromwell
Unknown: Henry Ireton








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