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: THE WESTERN STUDIO ORCHESTRA

Leader, Louis LEVITUS
Relayed from
THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF WALES

Contributors

Leader: Louis Levitus

: From the Land of the Shamrock

THE WESTERN STUDIO ORCHESTRA

: The Children's Hour

It's Summertime, No. 9
Tennis, No. 3-G. L. TUCKETT
- Some Songs by MARY MICHAEL (Soprano)
' The non-census of Closebeigh-Faroff'
A Tale by NORMAN HUNTER

Contributors

Unknown: L. Tuckett
Songs By: Mary Michael
Unknown: Norman Hunter

: The Abbey Players

present
'The Pipe in the Fields'
A Play in One Act by T.C. Murray
(Dedicated to T. H., the little boy who begged his Uncle to write a play 'with a very happy ending')
Characters:
Martin Keville, a Farmer
Nora, his Wife
Peter, his Son
Father Moore
Mrs. Carolan, a Neighbour
The scene is the living-room in the farmhouse of the Kevilles. As the curtain rises Mrs. Keville is seen knitting in the glow of the turf fire. The moonlight is gradually rising and flooding the room like a tide. Peter Keville, her son, is at the window, his arms leaned on the sill, deep in thought. His mother looks at him from time to time. There is a hint of anxiety in her questioning silence.
and
'Sovereign Love'
A Comedy in One Act by T. C. Murray
Characters
Donal Kearney, a strong Farmer
Ellen, Katty, his daughters
Maurice O'Brien, their Uncle
Mrs. Hickey, hostess of 'The Granuaile'
Charles O'Donnell, another Farmer
David, his Son
Tom Daly, David's Cousin
Andy Hyde, a returned American
The Scene is the parlour of 'The Granuaile'
The Artists taking part in the plays include :
P. J. CAROLAN, EILEEN CROWE, F.J. MCCORMICK, MICHAEL J. DOLAN, MAUREEN DELANY, ARTHUR SHIELDS, MAY CRAIG, DENNIS O'DEA and BARRY FITZGERALD
Plays produced by S. A. BULLOCH
(Belfast Programme)

Contributors

Unknown: T. C. Murray
Unknown: Donal Kearney
Unknown: Maurice O'Brien
Unknown: Charles O'Donnell
Unknown: Fanner David
Unknown: Tom Daly
Unknown: Andy Hyde
Unknown: P.J. Carolan
Unknown: Eileen Crowe
Unknown: F. J. McCormick
Unknown: Michael J. Dolan
Unknown: Maureen Delany
Unknown: Dennis O'Dea
Unknown: Barry Fitzgerald
Producer: S. A. Bulloch








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