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: YOUNKMAN AND HIS CZARDAS BAND

from Bingley Hall , Birmingham

Contributors

Unknown: Bingley Hall

: WHAT INDUSTRY OFFERS YOUR CHILD

' Pottery and Clay Industry'
A discussion between
P. Sargant Florence and Arthur Hollins , M.P.

Contributors

Unknown: P. Sargant Florence
Unknown: Arthur Hollins

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: A PIANOFORTE RECITAL

by Denis Matthews

Contributors

Unknown: Denis Matthews

: MIDLAND PANTOMIME

An excerpt from
'MOTHER GOOSE'
Presented by Tom Arnold
(for Julian Wylie Productions, Ltd.)
Book by J. Hickory Wood and Dan Leno Junr.
Music composed, selected, and arranged by Jas. W. Tate and E. W. Eyre
Cast
Principal Dancer: Babs Wilson-Hill
16 J. W. Jackson Girls
The 10 Moonbeams
10 Dupree Babes
Super Chorus and Ballet
(The entire Scena produced 'by ar- rangement with and all copyrights reserved by Walt Disney - Mickey
Mouse Ltd.)
Produced by Tom Arnold from the Theatre Royal, Birmingham
Theatre Royal pantomimes have a record extending back over almost a hundred years, and in this production the tradition of excellence is well maintained. George Lacy , one of the best-known ' dames', played the same part at the London Hippodrome last season. Nita Croft was last at the Royal in the title role of The Merry Widow, and Helen Barnes will be remembered as Nanette in No, No, Nanette.

Contributors

Presented By: Tom Arnold
Book By: J. Hickory Wood
Book By: Dan Leno Junr.
Arranged By: Jas. W. Tate
Unknown: E. W. Eyre
Unknown: Babs Wilson-Hill
Produced By: Tom Arnold
Unknown: George Lacy
Unknown: Nita Croft
Unknown: Helen Barnes
Mother Goose: George Lacy
Jack, her son: Billy Danvers
Jill, her daughter: Helen Barnes
Maisie, her maid: Mamie Soutter
Squire Longacres, her landlord: Ernest Lester
Viscount Discount, one of her suitors: Alec Harland
Robbie, Jill's lover: Nita Croft
The Golden Goose -: George Queen
The Donkey: Charles Ross
Fairy Heartsease: Shirley Belmore
Demon Discordo: Terence Conlin
The Duchess: Mabel Evelyn

: A PROGRAMME OF NEW LIGHT GRAMOPHONE RECORDS

Presented by Martyn C. Webster

Contributors

Presented By: Martyn C. Webster

: NEWS SUMMARY

(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT, TOPICAL TALKS

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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