Duets by ALFRED DICKIN (tenor) and ARTHUR WILLIAMS (baritone)
VERNON ADCOCK and ERNEST FREEDMAN
(xylophone and pianoforte)
5.35 'Here and There', a summary of the Week's News, by Commander
FRANK VENTON (viola)
HARRY STANIER (violoncello)
GEORGE BARRETT (flute)
Hassan, a play of the East, was written by the late James Elroy Flecker , poet and dramatist. The incidental music was composed by his friend Delius, to whom the atmosphere of the play appealed. It was beautifully staged by Basil Dean at His Majesty's Theatre in 1923, and had a run of 281 performances.
The Serenade to be played this evening is one of the many striking numbers from the music.
relayed from THE THEATRE ROYAL, LINCOLN
This is the first relay from the Theatre Royal, Lincoln, which is an independent theatre, owned and managed by Mr. F. King. Musical comedies, variety, revues, and occasional straight plays are given, and the audience is drawn from a large area.
(Songs and Comedy Cameos)
(in his Impressions of International Stars)
JACK RICKARDS AND WINIFRED
(in ' Wedding Presents', by H. F. Westron )
MR. FLOTSAM AND MR. JETSAM
AND HIS BAND DON SESTA
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