Heddle Nash originally made his reputation in opera at the Old Vic, where his singing in tenor parts of Traviata, Madam Butterfly, Faust, Rigoletto, Don Giovanni , The Daughter of the Regiment, etc., was of a quality which could not fail to attract the notice of the best judges of opera in this country. Subsequently he went on tour with the British National Opera Company and with the Covent Garden Opera Company. He has also taken part in several international seasons at Covent Garden and has frequently sung the leading parts in radio versions of operas. Mr. Nash is no less well known on the concert platform.
J. GLYNN JONES
The growing popularity of camping as a social recreation is one of the outstanding features of social life in South Wales during recent years. In this talk it is hoped to touch upon the multifarious camping activities of the summer weeks
Under the direction of Ernest Binns from the Pier Pavilion,
Hal Julian (comedian)
Mildred Hammond (soprano)
Leo. H. Lunt (baritone)
Frances Davis (soubrette)
(comedian and drummer)
Doris Delmar (solo violinist)
Lan Clifford (pianist entertainer)
Raymond Sisters: (speciality dancers)
Frank Rydon (light comedian)
Louis Holt (comedian)
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