by Arthur Marston from Westbourne Methodist Church,
Before his appointment as organist of Westbourne Methodist Church Arthur Marston held a similar position at several churches, including St. Mark's, Birmingham, and St. Andrew's, Boscombe. Since 1921 he has also been organist at the Royal Arcade, Boscombe. From 1923 to 1927 he was pianist of the 6 BM Trio at the Bournemouth Station, and during that period his organ recitals were frequently broadcast from Boscombe Arcade.
Last year Westbourne Methodist
Church celebrated its jubilee.
Evans and Monelle in original songs at the piano
Reg Wotton Impressionist
Stan and Jan two Devonshire rustics and Edgar Hawke and The Phantom
Produced by Leslie Bridgmont
Compton Evans and Ray Monelle , one of the acts on the bill this evening, had both worked with amateur concert parties. When they met some two years ago they formed a double act and have since done a considerable amount of entertaining together. Compton Evans was for several years in the Bristol Comedy Club, and has recently been comedian to the Bristol Amateur Operatic Society. Ray Monelle writes his own music and lyrics.
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