Ref NoNM/H/1/2/42
TitleAn evening of mime, dance and song by Madge Atkinson and her staff and students
Date10-11 July 1928
Extent2 large theatre programmes
DescriptionProgramme includes "Hark, Hark The Lark"; Arabesque "Pan and the Fairy"; Poems a) Folly and b) Lost (Wallis); Told at Sunset; poem "Maidens with Bounden Eyes" and Consolations; poem "The Wind" and Sleepless Nights No. 4; Romance "Autumn", "The Maidens Wish" with synopsis; Folk Song "Green Broom" (Heyworth); poem "The Old Angler"; "Marionettes and Hurdy Gurdy Man", mime scene "His sister came instead"; mime scene "The Cathedral". Part Two: Song "The Piper" (arranged by the students); Arabesque in Etude form; Etude in D Flat "Sigh of Autumn"; poem "Ballad of Semmerwater"; Mime study "The Legend of the Fountain" (Haworth); Mime study "Hansel and Gretel"; song "Soldier, soldier will you marry me? (Heyworth); Im Walde "The Spirit of a Bush Fire"; mime studies when meeting the Theatrical Manager, the Editor, the Dentist, the Lawyer and the Headmistress; The Dance; "The Tail"; Mime study "The Breakfast Table"; Valse Scherzando "Bacchanale"; song "The Luteplayer"; Sonata 1st Movement "Unconquered"; Polichinelle. Harold Heyworth as stage manager.
FormatTheatre Programme
CodePerson NameDates
DS/UK/P3147Atkinson; Madge (1885-1970); dance practitioner1885-1970
DS/UK/P1348Heyworth; Anita Elizabeth M (1906-1991)1906-1991
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