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: FRANK NEWMAN

At THE ORGAN of LOZELLS PICTURE HOUSE,
BIRMINGHAM

: THE REGAL ORCHESTRA

Conducted by ERNEST PARSONS
From THE REGAL CINEMA, HANDSWORTH, BIRMINGHAM
The Music of John Ansell
Overture to an Irish Comedy
Dance Suite, The Shoe Intermezzo, Laurette Three Irish Dances Her Love Letter
Three Irish Pictures
Pastoral Suite
Overture, Plymouth Hoo

Contributors

Conducted By: Ernest Parsons
Unknown: John Ansell

: The Children's Hour

' Poppya,' an Italian Legend,' by MILDRED FORSTER
Songs by CUTHBERT FORD
(Baritone)
' Swords and Spades-a Knightly adventure,' by ESTELLE STEEL-HARPER
JIMMY DONOVAN and his Saxophone

Contributors

Unknown: Mildred Forster
Songs By: Cuthbert Ford
Unknown: Estelle Steel-Harper
Unknown: Jimmy Donovan

: ' The First News'

WEATHER FORECAST, FIRST GENERAL NEWS
BULLETIN

: Light Music

PATTISON'S SALON ORCHESTRA
Under the direction of NORRIS STANLEY
From the Cafe Restaurant, Birmingham

: DANCE MUSIC

MAX CHAPPELL 'S BAND
From TIIE MIDLAND HOTEL, BIRMINGHAM

Contributors

Unknown: Max Chappell

: ' Ricochets'

A traverse of Memories
By CHARLES BREWER
The Cast includes:
EVELYN OVER
GORDON BAILEY
LEONARD CRABTREE
WILLIAM HUGHES
SYDNEY LESTER
FRANK HYATT
PETER HOWARD
THE MIDLAND STUDIO
MALE CHORUS
THE MIDLAND STUDIO
ORCHESTRA
Directed by FRANK CANTELL
Produced by CHARLES BREWER

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Brewer
Unknown: Evelyn Over
Unknown: Gordon Bailey
Unknown: Leonard Crabtree
Unknown: William Hughes
Unknown: Sydney Lester
Unknown: Frank Hyatt
Unknown: Peter Howard
Directed By: Frank Cantell
Produced By: Charles Brewer

: 'The Second News '

WEATHER FORECAST, SECOND GENERAL NEWS
BULLETIN

: THE REPERTORY THEATRE MOVEMENT

Sir BARRY JACKSON will discuss the Repertory Theatre Movement with Miss IRENE VANBRUGH in her Dressing Room at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre
THE Repertory Theatre Movement, although it virtually began in 1904 with the Vedrenne-Barker season at the Court Theatre, was far from a flourishing affair for some years. In 1901 there were three repertory theatres in Great Britain, only one of which-the Abbey Theatre in Dublin-still exists. Then in 1913 Barry Jackson founded and directed the Birmingham Repertory Company, and built a special theatre for it. This, owing largely to Jackson's heroic efforts-although serving in the Navy, he continued to direct the theatre during the War-survived, and is now only one of a host of such theatres. We have to thank Sir Barry Jackson for efforts on behalf of a movement which has saved serious drama from complete ruin in the last two decades.

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Barry Jackson
Unknown: Miss Irene Vanbrugh
Unknown: Barry Jackson
Unknown: Sir Barry Jackson








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