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: AMATEUR THEATRE

Distaff Drama
A discussion between
Lady Brunner a member of the Executive Committee of the National Federation of Women's Institutes, and chairman of the Music and Drama Sub-Committee and Alison Graham-Campbell
Drama Adviser to the Townswomen's Guilds
Gentlemen versus Players
A discussion on the relationship between the professional and the amateur theatre between Norman Marshall of the Council of the British Drama League and Peter Powell a member of the Guild of Drama Adjudicators, and producer at the Alexandra Repertory Theatre,
Birmingham
In the chair, Leigh Crutchley
Drama Adviser to East Sussex

Contributors

Unknown: Norman Marshall
Unknown: Peter Powell

: BRIDGE

Bridge in Bangkok? Yes, and in China, Formosa, Hong Kong, Manila. A British team recently visited the Far East and played several challenge matches.
Kenneth Konstam , Louis Tarlo and Harold Franklin discuss with Terence Reese some of their adventures among them this hand from a match against Hong Kong:
Dealer, East. Game all
NORTH

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Konstam
Unknown: Louis Tarlo
Unknown: Harold Franklin
Unknown: Terence Reese

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