at the Organ of the Theatre de Luxe,
Wyndham Lewis was assistant organist to Reginald Foort at the Regal, Marble Arch, London, then organist at the Empire, Cardiff, and the Odeon. Gloucester. He broadcast on the National wavelength in 1937, and last August produced and presented a Variety bill. At the Gloucester Cinema de Luxe he has made a strong feature of community singing.
Devised by Doris Nichols with Dorothy Paul Mary Pollock Dorothy Summers Doris Nichols Marjorie Westbury
Marjorie Astbury and Arthur Marshall as ' The new games mistress at St.
Jane Minton and Leila Brittain at two pianos
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