Drama am Gymru yn yr Oesoedd Canol , seiliedig ar y ddrama ramantig
' Howell of Gwent' gan J. 0. FRANCIS
(A play about Wales in the Middle Ages, founded on the romantic play ' Howell of Gwent by J. 0. Francis)
Y Cyfaddasiad gan DAFYDD GRUFFYDD
Caneuon gan David de Lloyd
Cenir hwy gan Haydn Adams a Rachel Evans a Chantorion Caerdydd
Arweinydd, Idlocs Owen
Y Cyfarwyddo gan DAFYDD GRUFFYDD
Hywel ap Maredudd:
Rhys ap Morien:
Gruffydd ap Ifor:
Gwilym de Granville:
Those West Country Folk who had such extraordinary experiences to tell us a few weeks ago are meeting once again. You will hear this time, so they say, what adventures they've had during the past month. Honest John Plym , at great expense to the company, is flying back from the Pacific to get here in time.
He had cabled us from Bombay to say he'd seen the Indian rope trick I
Here are the titles of some of the stories in advance :-
After they introduce themselves we have :i. Ethelred the Unready; 2. Where's George ? ; 3. Alice's Affair ;
4. King Arthur and his Round Table; 5. Heard in London
6. Happy Haven (This becomes a miniature musical comedy) ; and then they take their leave.
EILEEN HARTLY HODDER and ELSIE EAVES
THE WESSEX QUARTET and THE WESTERN Revue CHORUS
Conducted by LESLIE BRIDGMONT
Chorus Master, GEORGE BUCHANAN
Lyrics and Sketches by MARY CARDEW and PETER LANSDALE
Music by John Morley ,
Michael Sayer , Mai Jones , and 0-Ferrari
Arranged and Produced by FREDERICK PIFFARD
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