' On the way to—Everywhere', MABEL FRANCE tells of a curious encounter
JACKO will entertain
ERIC JEFFCOTE and JACK WooD -(piano-accordion, banjo, and pianoforte)
Winter Photography'—1, a talk by HUGO VAN WADENOYEN
THE HIPPODROME THEATRE,
Outside broadcasts have been regularly relayed from the Hippodrome Theatre; Coventry, during the last eighteen months, and most of these have been by the Theatre's Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shadwell. Jack Wilson is the pianist there. The first broadcast from the theatre was Francis Laidler 's revue The Big Show.
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