NORAH HOWARD and BILLY MILTON will sing some new songs
GEORGE NICHOLSON in a group of songs, accompanied on the harp by Jeanne Chcvreau
CATHARINE STEVENS in A Scene from a Berkshire Settle,' with Geoffrey Wincott
CAPTAIN HARRY GRAHAM in readings from his well-known books of humorous verse
EDWARD COOPER in songs and impressions at the piano
MABEL CONSTANDUROS and MICHAEL HOGAN in a Buggins Sketch, ' More Mixed History'
JEAN MELVILLE and BILLY THORBURN will play on two pianos, throughout the programme
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