A May Day Programme
A talk on Cardiff's May Queen Celebrations, by the Lord Mayor of Cardiff,
Alderman G. FRED EVANS
' Cricket Again ! ' a talk by V. G. J. JENKINS
'The Wrong Show', a short play by JOHN H. GRINNELL
A Few Trimmings, by Mr. Parsley
Alderman G. Fred
V. G. J.
Gwalchmai, Hen Fardd a Thelynor
Ednyfed Fychan, Arglwydd Tre Gar nedd, Mon
Yr Arglwyddes Gwenllian, ei briod Elwy Goch , yswain ifanc o Arfon
Y Tywysog Rhodri, Arglwydd Eryri a Draig Mon Baldwin , Archesgob Caint
Alecsander, Archddiagon Bangor
Gerallt Gymro, Archddiagon Brycheini
Mintai o Eglwyswyr a Chrwsadwyr Rhingylliaid , Teulu Rhodri a thyrfa o drigolion
Arfon Golygfa : Llanncrch ger Maen Rhodri
Porthaethwy, A.D. 1188
Cyfarwyddwr, T. ROWLAND HUGHES
(A Welsh Feature Programme, 'The
Crusaders', by Cynan)
Programme arranged by JOSEPH GREENSPUN
NATHAN SHACHNOFF (tenor)
DORIS TAYLOR (soprano)
JOSEPH GREENSPUN Comic Dialogue
ESTA STEIN AND JOSEPH GREENSPUN
Music Director, H. ROSENBERG
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