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: CRANE'S MATINEE CONCERT

Relayed from Crane Hall
LESLIE ENGLAND (Pianoforte)
FRANCES MORRIS (Mezzo-Soprano)
CHARLES HEDGES (Tenor)
WALTER WRIGHT (Accompanist)

Contributors

Unknown: Crane Hall
Pianoforte: Leslie England
Mezzo-Soprano: Frances Morris
Accompanist: Walter Wright

: VARIETY

FOSTER RICHARDSON (Baritone)
RALPH COLLIS and WILSON REDDING
(Entertainers)
PURSALL and STANBURY (Original Syncopated
Song and Humour)
And THE LIVERPOOL RADIO PLAYERS in ' THE STRUTHAM AMATEURS
PRESENT .... '
A Farcical Sketch by MABEL CONSTANDUROS
Dramatis Personæ:
Miss Hannah Peterson. .. MRS. FRED. WILKINSON
It is the ladies' dressing-room at the Strutham Town Hall. The performance of ' Hearts Aflame' is about to begin and the Leading Lady, the Young Girl and the Maid are busy ' making-up '
Incidental Music from famous Viennese Waltzes

Contributors

Baritone: Foster Richardson
Baritone: Ralph Collis
Baritone: Wilson Redding
Unknown: Miss Hannah Peterson.
The Leading Lady: Dora Keith
The Leading Man: Ralph Collis
The Producer: Edward Genn
The Young Mar: Philiph Harper
The Young Girl: Dorothy Mather
The Maid: Marvel Hulme








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