Hymn, Praise the Lord! Ye heavens adore him (A. and M. 292 ; S.P. 624)
Opening sentences and Responses Psalm xxxii
Lesson, Ephesians i, 15-23
Hymn, Father, hear the prayer we offer (E.H. 385 ; S.P. 487)
Address by the Rev. A. ST. G.
Hymn, My God, how wonderful thou art (A. and M. 169 ; S.P. 581)
Organist and Choirmaster,
H. J. Colson
An appeal on behalf of THE HINCKLEY AND DISTRICT
HOSPITAL by Sir WILLIAM EDGE, Bart.
This hospital, supported entirely by voluntary contributions, was founded to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria. It is close to Watling Street and serves an industrialised area that includes a number of hosiery and boot factories. The men's ward, operating theatre, outpatients department and kitchen have to be entirely rebuilt on a much larger scale and the sum of E26,000 is required for the extensions. Sir William Edge , who makes the appeal, is M.P. for the Market Bosworth division of Leicestershire.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to Sir William Edge , Bart., [address removed].
in B. Iden Payne 's production of Shakespeare's
'AS YOU LIKE IT'
With incidental music by Anthony Bernard played by The Memorial Theatre Orchestra
Conducted by the Composer
Lords and Attendants, etc.
The action of the play takes place dispersedly before Oliver's House, at the Court of the Usurping Duke, and in the Forest of Arden
The adaptation for broadcasting arranged by Owen Reed
The Duke, living in exile:
Duke Frederick, Usurper of his Dominions:
Attending the Banished Duke:Amiens, A Lord:
Sons to Sir Richard de Bois: Oliver:
Jaques de Bois:
Le Beau, a courtier:
Touchstone, a clown:
Sir Oliver Martext:
Adam, Servant to Orlando:
William, a country fellow:
Charles, a wrestler:
Rosalind, daughter to the Banished Duke:
Celia, daughter to the Duke Frederick:
Phoebe, a shepherdess:
Audrey, a country wench:
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