WILLIAM WALKER and ANNE DENYS
DESIREE ELLINGER (Soprano)
(By kind permission of Clayton and Waller and Moss Empires, Ltd.)
(In a selection of Poems and Stories)
(Entertainer at the Piano)
GILLIE POTTER (The Popular Comedian)
' The Mouse,' by BEATRICE MAYOR
RONALD GOURLEY (Whistling Solos)
(Between each item WILLIAM WALKER and ANNE DENys will be playing on two pianos)
The Old Man:
A Play by LAURENCE HOUSMAN
Arranged by DULCIMA GLASBY
Produced by HOWARD ROSE
Her Granny The Fairies
Three people are in a poor, lamp-lit cottage.
One, a hard-looking woman of middle age, is busy folding and ironing. Her child is threading berries upon a string. The third, a frail old woman, sits by the side of the fire knitting absent-mindedly.
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