Devised and compered by CYRIL WOOD
Music by various composers
Music and extracts from the following plays will be heard
' The Masque of Lob' by Eleanor and Herbert Farjeon
' Towers and Sheep-Bells' by Norah Richardson
' Admiral Guinea' by R. L. Stevenson and W. E. Henley
' The Romantic Young Lady' by Martinez Sierra
' The Bunch of Roses' by Diana Morgan
' Ghosts of the Footlights' by Froom Tyler
' The Circus has come' by Ifan Kyrle Fletcher
' Dogs of Devon' by F. R. Bell and Harold Ellis
The Clifton Light Orchestra
Conducted by J. Leslie Bridgmont
Production by Cyril Wood
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