Introductory remarks by Lord ABERCONWAY, P.C.
The Toast of ' The C.P.R.,' proposed by H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES,
Reply by E. W. BEATTY , Esq., President of the Canadian Pacific Railway
Relayed from JOHN BROWN and COMPANY'S YARD,
(At present appearing in the ' House that Jack Built')
(At present appearing in ' Silver Wings ')
(By permission of Clayton and Waller, and Moss Empires)
(At present appearing in ' A Warm Corner')
JACK PAYNE and his B.B.C. DANCE ORCHESTRA
' ZARA '
A Viennese Operetta
Book by LEONORA WODEHOUSE and C. DENIS FREEMAN
Lyrics by P. G. WODEHOUSE
Music by TONY LOWRY and DOUGLAS BROWNE-SMITH
Characters in order of speaking :
An Habitue of the Cafe
The New Proprietor
Fritz, a Waiter
Zara Korngold: A Famous Viennese Singer
Lord Michael Grange : An English Diplomat
The Old Proprietor
An Austrian Secret Service Agent
Count Wachan: An Austrian Nobleman
STANLEY HOLT'S SEPTETTE
A Cafe in Vienna
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