[By per mission of THE Midland Hotel , Birmingham)
This orchestra was specially formed for broadcasting last winter, Philip Brown 's Band, engaged at a Birmingham hotel, forming the nucleus of the combination. Jean Salder himself was born in Birmingham, studied with Albert Sammons , and has played at picture theatres and hotels in Birmingham, Sandown, and Manchester, and for the Birmingham Film Society.
in ' The Breadwinner' by W. SOMERSET MAUGHAM
The action of the play is continuous, and takes place in the drawing-room of Charlie Battle's house in Golders Green, during one summer afternoon
There are two very short intervals during the play
Production by VAL GIELGUD
Margery, his wife:
Judy, his daughter:
Patrick, his son:
Dorothy, his wife:
Diana, his daughter:
Timothy, his son:
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