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: Candida

by G. Bernard Shaw.
[Starring] Marie Ney and Julien Mitchell
with Peter Osborn, Miles Otway, Rita Daniel and Walter Horsburgh
(to 16.30)


Writer: G. Bernard Shaw
Candida: Marie Ney
Mr Burgess: Julien Mitchell
Eugene: Peter Osborn
Reverend James Morell: Miles Otway
Proserpine: Rita Daniel
Lexy Mill: Walter Horsburgh

: Oliver Wakefield

in Intimate Cabaret


Comedian: Oliver Wakefield

: Soho

Just off the West End the small cafe bars of Soho provide a meeting-place for artists, musicians, buskers, show people, and exiles from the Continent. They are usually kept by industrious Italians or Swiss, and provide meals at unconventional times, as well as warmth and relaxation for the price of a cup of coffee. This documentary presentation by Mary Adams and Andrew Miller Jones brings to the studio the people who gather at Cafe Cosella.


Presentation: Mary Adams
Presentation: Andrew Miller
Programme edited by: John E. Cross

: Music Makers: Leila Howell (cello)

At the piano, Henry Bronkhurst


Cellist: Leila Howell
Pianist: Henry Bronkhurst

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