Versatility may almost be adopted a? tbe motto of the Corrick Entertainers appearing in tbe Oddfellows' Hall to morrow (Saturday) night. Tbe Corricks are recipients of many compliments testifying to the general excellence of tbeir entertainments, and are well and favourably remembered by those who heard them some years ago They include vocalists, instru mentalipts, humorists, glee singers, and chime ringers, and have won a brilliant reputation throughout Eng land, India, the Far East, Australasia etc. The programmes to be submitted are excellent ones, embracing soprano solos by Miss Elsie Oorrick who baa captivated audiences in all parts, and baritone eoDg.s by Mr James Caldwell, a popular Australian vocalist, whose reputation has already preceded him. Tbe cornet-playing of Mies Ruby, the flute and piccolo solos of Miss Amy, the musical items by Mr Leonard Corrick, and the humorous turns by Mr Jack Bonny, who appears nightly as tbe fool of the family, are alt worth hearing Tbe whole company can play, and their orchestral selections lend great charm to the entertainments, whilst their quartettes sextettes and other mueioal sketches are always enjoyed.
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AMUSEMENTS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3457, 7 May 1915
AMUSEMENTS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3457, 7 May 1915
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