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National Orchestra of Wales
(Cerddorfa Genedlaethol Cymru)

Shakespeare's 'Coriolanus': Act I, Scene 1
Characters:
First Citizen
Second Citizen
Menenius Agrippa
Caius Marcius
A company of mutinous citizens enter a street in Rome, brandishing staves and clubs.

Pity or Gringoire, the Ballad Monger
Adapted from the French of De Banville by Arthur Shirley

A Play in One Act
Characters:
Louis XI, King of France
Gringoire, a Poet of the People
Simon, a Wealthy Draper
Oliver-Le-Diam, the King's Barber, nicknamed 'The Devil'
Jeanette, Simon's Daughter
Nicole, Simon's Sister
At the house of a wealthy draper in Tours King Louis XI is the guest.

Oliver Cromwell: (Scene II)
By John Drinkwater
Characters:
A Member of Parliament
John Hampden
Oliver Cromwell
The Speaker Henry Ireton
After midnight on November 22, 1641. The House of Commons is still in session at St. Stephen's Chapel, Westminster.

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Contributors

Musicians:
National Orchestra of Wales
Adapted from the French of De Banville by (Pity):
Arthur Shirley
Writer (Oliver Cromwell):
John Drinkwater

5WA Cardiff

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