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: FRANK NEWMAN

At THE ORGAN of LOZELLS PICTURE HOUSE,
BIRMINGHAM

: The Children's Hour .

' Llewgoop and the Wrekin,' a Story, by HARRY GRIERSON
STANLEY LOWE (Violin) ' Moti,' the tale of an Indian Elephant, by MILDRED FORSTER
Songs by GILBERT ASTIN (Baritone)

Contributors

Story By: Harry Grierson
Violin: Stanley Lowe
Unknown: Mildred Forster
Songs By: Gilbert Astin

: ' The First News '

WEATHER FORECAST,
FIRST GENERAL
NEWS BULLETIN

: MURRAY ASHFORD'S ENTERTAINERS

From THE PAVILION,
JEPHSON GARDENS , LEAMINGTON SPA
The Party consists of : WINIFRED SCOTT-BAXTER (Soprano)
EDWARD WARD
(Baritone)
CLIFFORD WARREN
(Entertainer)
PADDY PRIOR
(Soubrette)
MARIE GROS
(Comedienne)
DOROTHY BRADSHAW (at the Piano)
FRANK RYDON (Light Comedian)
WILBY LUNN and CONNIE HART (Living
Marionettes)
MANY interesting personalities are associated with Murray Ashford's Entertainers. Paddy Prior is familiar to admirers of the Ridgeway Parade, Marie Gros is the niece of the late Marie Lloyd and sings many of her songs, while Edward Ward has appeared in several Drury Lane successes.

Contributors

Unknown: Jephson Gardens
Unknown: Leamington Spa
Soprano: Winifred Scott-Baxter
Baritone: Edward Ward
Baritone: Clifford Warren
Unknown: Paddy Prior
Unknown: Marie Gros
Unknown: Dorothy Bradshaw
Piano: Frank Rydon
Unknown: Wilby Lunn
Unknown: Connie Hart
Unknown: Marie Gros
Unknown: Marie Lloyd
Unknown: Edward Ward

: The Songs of Granville Bantock

A Recital by MURIEL SOTHAM (Contralto)

Contributors

Contralto: Muriel Sotham

: A Band Programme

THE LEICESTER IMPERIAL BAND
Conducted by S. S. ILIFFE
GILBERT ASTIN (Baritone)

Contributors

Conducted By: S. S. Iliffe
Baritone: Gilbert Astin

: The Second News'

WEATHER FORECAST,
SECOND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN








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