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: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

5.0 From Regional :
A Play
' Christopher Wren ' by C. WHITAKER WILSON
The cast includes : Carleton Hobbs , Hector Abbas , Ewart Scott , Norman Shelley , D. A. Clarke-Smith , Andrew Churchman , Cyril Nash ,
Henry Oscar , and Charles Lefeaux
This is a special adaptation of the play which was so popular in the evening some while ago. It is the story of Wren and St. Paul's
Cathedral

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Wren
Unknown: C. Whitaker Wilson
Unknown: Carleton Hobbs
Unknown: Hector Abbas
Unknown: Ewart Scott
Unknown: Norman Shelley
Unknown: D. A. Clarke-Smith
Unknown: Andrew Churchman
Unknown: Cyril Nash
Unknown: Henry Oscar
Unknown: Charles Lefeaux

: BELFAST EXCELSIOR MALE VOICE CHOIR

Conductor, J. Crossley Clitheroe
Bernadette Turley (violin)
Colette Byrne (pianoforte)

Contributors

Conductor: J. Crossley Clitheroe
Violin: Bernadette Turley
Pianoforte: Colette Byrne

: FRANK MATTHEW

at the Organ of the Ritz Cinema,
Belfast Frank Matthew is a newcomer to the ranks of the cinema organists who broadcast in the Northern Ireland programme. He is one of the pioneers of the modern organ, but as a boy he was trained at Durham Cathedral, where he was a chorister. His favourite hobby was to tour
England and France playing in as many cathedrals as he could; he covered an enormous mileage and played on widely different types of organs-a remarkable range of experience. He was introduced to the cinema organ by Sir Oswald Stoll , for whom he played for nearly seven years. He then joined Gaumont British at the New Gallery Cinema, London, afterwards being transferred to the Havelock Theatre, Sunderland, where he broadcast for the following two years. (Incidentally, he was one of the first organists to broadcast a cinema organ.) On leaving Sunderland he played at the Regent, Bristol, the Granada, Walthamstow, the Empress, Hackney, and many other large cinemas. He pays his first visit to the Ritz Cinema this week, and his broadcast should make a wide appeal to the many cinema organ enthusiasts in Northern Ireland.

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Oswald Stoll

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