Various Pianoforte Solos by ERNEST LUSH
' Kuights without Armour,' another
MORTIMER BATTEN story
Some songs by FREDERICK GRISEWOOD
' Madame Tussaud 's'— the third of the Serio3
' Potted London — according to WILL OWEN
Reading from his own Autobiographical poem
' Young Blood'
SIR GEORGE HENSCHEL first appeared as a singer when he was only nine years old, and as a pianist three years later. ' Young Blood,' the poem which he is reading this evening, is a description of his own early -years, very lively and amusing, written in doggerel.
RONALD GOURLEY Whistling Solos
Mr. FLOTSAM and Mr. JETSAM
'LUNCH FOR TWO' By Venetia Pepys
Adapted by BARBARA COUPER
THE QUATUOR VOCAL RUSSE-MOUSSORGSKY
In Traditional Russian Songs
Eve of the Poll address to the Electors of Little Twittering, by the Independent Candidate Mr. GILLIE POTTER Relayed from the Temperance Hall, Hogsnorton
GREGORI'S TANGO QUARTET (at present appearing at Quaglino's Restaurant) will play throughout the programme
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