THE CARLTON MASON SEXTET
ANNA FILIPOVA (Soprano)
DUNSTAN HART (Baritone)
5.15 THE CHILDREN'S HOUR : 'My Programme' by Mrs. S. Phipps
6.15 WALES v.
Account of the international
Rugby Match by Mr. W. H. EVANS
S.B. from Swansea
A S an artist and a philosopher,
Mr. Wyndham Lewis (not. by the way, to be confused with his namesake of the Sign of the Blue Moon) is as disconcertingly original as anyone in Europe. Neither his pictures nor his books are easy to understand, and listeners must be prepared to make some intellectual effort if they wish to get his meaning ; a feat which those who have read ' Tarr,' ' The Art of Being Governed,' ' The Lion and the Fox,' or ' Time and Western Man,' will assure them is quite worth while.
A London Night Revue
Book, Lyrics and Music by ERNEST
The Artists are:
CHORUS and ORCHESTRA
Conducted and the Revue produced by ERNEST
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