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: Fox in the Morning

A new comedy by Lionel Brown

The action of the play takes place in the morning room at 'Condover', the country home of the Brunell family.

[D.A. Clarke-Smith appears] by permission of the Open-Air Theatre, Regent's Park)

(to 16.20)


Writer: Lionel Brown
Production: Fred O'Donovan
Frances Brunell: Helen Haye
Alan Brunell: Grey Blake
Barbara Scott: Jessica Tandy
Raymon Valdazar: Felix Aylmer
Judy Valdazar: Marjorie Mars
Sir Charles Barrington: D.A. Clarke-Smith
Beech: Harvey Braban

: Cabaret

with Adelaide Hall (songs), Ed Morelle (conjuror), Ken Harvey (banjoist), Lucille and Frank (dancers).


Singer: Adelaide Hall
Conjuror: Ed Morelle
Banjoist: Ken Harvey
Dancers: Lucille and Frank

: Catch-As-Catch-Can

A demonstration between Charles Law and Costas Astreos, described by E. R. Voigt.


Wrestler: Charles Law
Wrestler: Costas Astreos
Commentator: E. R. Voigt

: Kuda Bux

'The man with the X-ray eyes'
Whatever the viewer's private opinion on the subject of fakirs may be, here once again is a chance for him to examine the evidence with his own eyes. Kuda Bux can perform feats that seem to fall under the heading of the wholly impossible, and tonight he will once again perform one of the most remarkable of them all. With his eyes completely bound up he is able to see exactly what is going on before him. Explain it away if you can-but there it is!


Mystic: Kuda Bux

Blog post that mentions this programme:

Man of mystery 30 September 2015

: Boxing

A demonstration with Harry Mizler.
(to 22.25)


Boxer: Harry Mizler
Commentary: E. R. Voigt

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