Article image
Article image
Article image
Article image


--.:rA'patriofctof coneer-tipa's heldin; op in aid lof the Poor bfV(JreSt Pritaln; Belgium and Ireland Fund. tertainment, which was got up by Mi ' *'-Aipmffrbngv: iwas Kan good one, and the net proceeds be fairly substantial. Mr WAf,-so;*[iE very kindly put in some rose-coloured foo'tljghts^oii-ithe'stage,) and l ?the result was to enhance the effect of the play, r -In~Ancient"Rome, very murjb indeed, The-children .acquitted ikherjih selveE) will |n this playf ajs theydid al,ao'"in lithe j§" La Marseillaise," and part orrlhestlaf item? were, appreciated by the audience. The following is the programme gone through ;—Part 1: Selections* Akaroa orchestra;: "La Marseillaise," pupils of the Akaroa High School | song, Miss M. Westenra; duet'j';jVlrß and Miss K. Julius; recitation, Mrs F, Lelievre j, Akaroa High School; 'song, Mr J. Armstrong, song, Miss K. Julius; recitation, Mrs F; Mr F. Armstrong. Part ll—Selections, Akaroa <tv-, cbestra ; play—"ln Ancient Home"— Dramatis personae : Flavia (daughter of Marcella), Myrtle Lelievrei; Marcella (Roman matron), Hazel Doddj; Marcia (Mary Checkley), Marciis (Rod ney Youngman), Marcella's children ; Luleima (Greek, slave), Lorna 1 Armstrong ; other slave girls, Ivy Perm and. Elsie, Keegan ; r slava, ( ?'b3?-> Fred Newton; Severus Pauius* (Roman Senator), "Will Newton; of Rome), IGladys Yo'ungmanf yilniusf Vernus 1 , Ethel Pjlkington , Sep-', .timus (Roman' soldiers^, /W&tpn ward and Atom Njlos (Greek Blave), Bick Thomas ; v rAttilu's (B&iV-' barian slave), Norman Thomas.; Caerus' (British slave), Douglas Dbads.' r! ' The actors' parents had been to Borne, trouble to obtain suitable cos.-, tumes, and the result was an excellent"' setting for the drama A Mr helped* the: young, actors consider-a-bly-by taking the part of stage manager. LE BON'S. A social in aid of the Poor of Great Britain Ireland, ;and; Belgium Relief Fnnd was held in the Hall, La Bon's Bay, on Friday even-rri'g-lastrwhen.there was a large attendance. Mr F. Marsh acted as M.C., and. patriotic flonps- were* contribtitcd" by'several ; present, Tho total receipts amounted to £15 6s.

This article text was automatically generated and may include errors. View the full page to see article in its original form.
Permanent link to this item

Bibliographic details

Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3441, 25 September 1914

Word Count

PATRIOTIC CONCERT. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3441, 25 September 1914