Directed by GEORGES HAECK From the Restaurant Frascati
DOROTHY BENNETT (Soprano)
The J. H. SQUIRE CEI.ESTE
Five Minutes' Musical Tour of Russia, India, Austria, Finland and Ireland
Memories of Schubert
Songs of the Eighties
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
—a Pantomimic Play, not adapted for broadcasting, produced, with tears, by 0. H. POLDIDDLE
At the moment of going to
Press, the characters are as follows :
The Melancholy Merchant; Ermyntrude, Berengaria and Beauty-his three daughters Jehan, the Trusty Henchman ; and A Perfect Boast
Played by ETHEL BARTLETT and RAE ROBERTSON
Variations in A Flat, Op. 35
'Dick Whittington and his Cat'
Written, Composed and Directed by Ernest Longstaffe
Alderman Fitzwarren of Fitzwarren's Emporium, on the cheap side: John Rorke
Alice (his pretty daughter): Alma Vane
Sally (the cook, plain but good): Jean Allistone
Idle Jack: Tommy Handley
Dick Whittington (a young adventurer): Harold Kimberley
His Cat (black, with white shirt-front and one white paw): Miriam Ferris
His Imperial Majesty (The Emperor of Morocco): Foster Richardson
Chorus of Apprentices, Customers, Sailors, Rodents and other Riff-Raff: The Revue Chorus and Orchestra
Conducted by Ernest Longstaffe
Scene I. Ye Old Shope.
Scene II. Inside the Shop.
Scene III. Highgate Hill, N.20.
Scene IV. The Port of London.
Scene V. The Rats' Stronghold.
Scene VI. The Emperor's Palace
Seats: Armchairs, 10s. 6d. Benches, 10s. 6d. Campstools, 10s. 6d. Children, Same Price.
(Daventry only) Shipping Forecast
THE ENTENTE STRING
CECIL BONVALOT (Violin)
DOROTHY CHURTON (Violin)
TAMS LOLKGER (Viola)
EDITH CHURTON ('Cello)
JACK PAYNE and the B.B.C. DANCE ORCHESTRA