DAVE WILLIAMs-yn canu'r acordion
Tom \VILLIAMS-HUGHEs-yn darllen stori fer, Cerrig Milltir (Short story)
NAN DAVIEs-yn canu gyda'r delyn
(Songs with harp accompaniment)
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Dorothy will describe next week's programmes
In a mélange of mirth, music, mummery and minstrelsy
The Princess Pier Pavilion, Torquay
ARTHUR MACKNESS (tenor) SEPTIMUS HUNT (baritone)
PERCY MERRIMAN (entertainer)
WILLIAM MACK (humorist)
WILFRED LIDDIATT (comedian) FREDERICK PAIN (at the piano)
This concert party originated in a scratch show given early in 1017 in the Balkans, where the members were attached to the 60th Division, which was afterwards moved to Palestine. They made such an immediate hit that their party soon became a permanent institution and their performances at Jerusalem were a source of great joy and satisfaction to the officers and men on that front. There were many War-time concert parties but this is one of the few to survive, many of the original members being still with the party.
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