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RepositoryNational Resource Centre for Dance Archive
LevelItem
Ref NoNM/H/1/3/1
TitleMadge Atkinson students and pupils at the Lesser Free Trade Hall, Manchester
Date9-10 January 1931
DescriptionA programme of recitals of dance, music and mime in aid of S. Agnes' House, Diocesan Home for Girls.
Evening programme: Carneval, Papillons, Etude "The Wind", Legende "The Awakening", Passepied "Pastorale", Consolations, Eglogue, Consolation No. 6, Sigh of Autumn, Tableux D'une Exposition with the following a. The Gnome, b. The Old Castle, c. Tuileries, d. Samuel Goldenberg and Schmuyle, e. Market at Limoges, f. Ballet of Unhatched chickens, g. Hut of the Bab Yaga, h. The Great Gate of Kiev - "The Parting", La Vida Breve, Study "Hungarian", Arabesque in Etude Form, Im Walde "Shop at Sea", Unconquered, Waltz, Preludes Number 7, 11, 22, Revelry. Muriel Maclurkin at the piano and Mollie Wollaston, Harold Heyworth was stage manager for Atkinson.

Matinee programme: Carneval, Papillons, Humoresque "The Sprite", Im Walde "Spirit of a Bush Fire", Passepied "Pastorale", The Children's Corner - with synopses for Dr. Gradus as Parnassum, Jumbo's Lullaby, Serenade of the Doll, The snow is falling, The little shepherd boy, Golliwog's cake walk. Tableux D'une Exposition (same as above), Two fairy tales "Beauty and the Beast" and "Tom Thumb", The Maiden's Wish, Im Walde "Ship at sea", Water Wagtail, Bacchanale, Preludium, Waltz, The Timbrel, Pan and the fairy, Revelry.
LanguageEnglish
Extent2 theatre programmes
FormatTheatre Programme
Persons
CodePerson NameDates
DS/UK/P3147Atkinson; Madge (1885-1970); dance practitioner1885-1970
DS/UK/P1348Heyworth; Anita Elizabeth M (1906-1991)1906-1991
Places
CodeSet
NA1149Lesser Free Trade Hall/Manchester/England, UK
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