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: The Children's Hour: Playing the Game

by Carey Grey

Contributors

Writer: Carey Grey

: Break Away

A Musical Show with a Punch
(See centre of page)
(to 23.00)

Book by Dorothy Eaves
Music by Mai Jones
At the pianos: Mai Jones and Dorothy Eaves

Time : The Present (approximately)
Place: In and around Kardiff Docks

From Cardiff at 10.20

Contributors

Book/Pianist: Dorothy Eaves
Music/Pianist: Mai Jones
Producer: Francis Worsley
Gentleman Jim, the Any-Weight Champion: John Rorke
Kitty Karruthers, Keeper of the Kafe-au-lait, Kardiff: Elsie Eaves
Nippi Lipstick, a lady who waits: Mary Cardew
Padlock Bones, the eminent sleuth: Donald Davies
Dr. Blotsam, his eminent friend: Sidney Evans
Ching-wag, a sinister Oriental: Lister James
Chorus of Sailors; Policemen; more Sinister Orientals, etc.: [artists uncredited]








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