The microphone will visit the Alhambra Theatre, Glasgow where
' PUSS IN BOOTS ' is in preparation
The cast includes
Jones and Thomas Last week listeners took a radio glance at the rehearsal in progress at the King's Theatre, Edinburgh. Tonight they will hear the goings-on at the Alhambra Theatre, where Harry Gordon , the Aberdeen comedian whose radio performances have made him a favourite in every Scottish home, heads the bill. After the pantomimes open at Christmas time, the microphone will pay visits to several theatres so that excerpts from the shows may be broadcast, and in addition recorded impressions will be heard.
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