Earith School Concert 1912 ‘The Doll’s House Party’ and ‘Sir Christus the Good’.
The Programme of Earith School Concert.
18th and 19th December 1912
Pianoforte Duet: ‘Merry Skaters’ Ida Searle and Nellie Warren.
Song: ‘The Kings Own’ B. Parren.
Play – ‘The Dolls House Party’:
Mistress Doll: Constance Thoday.
Little Dolls: Elsie King, Ethel Attwood, Doris Setchell, Willie Brown, Henry Draper and Edward Careless.
Housemaids: Kathleen Goodband and Olive Few.
Cook: Gladys James.
Page: George Harradine.
Guests: Margery Claxton and Eleanor Wilson.
Black Doll: Frank Casburn.
Dancing Dolls: Maggie Haddock, Kathleen Thoday, Daisy Moore, Muriel Thoday and Doris Kelly.
Young Lady Dolls: Lynda King, Mabel Newman and Violet Flavel.
Old Lady Dolls: Florrie Attwood, Iris Poole and Elsie Balls.
Pianoforte Solo: ‘March Militaire’ Gertie Hensman.
Song: ‘The Golden Vanity’ Clem. Thoday.
XMAS OPERATTA: ‘Sir Christus the Good’:
King: B. Parren.
Queen: Nellie Warren.
Sir Christus: Clem. Thoday.
Lady Christus: Ida Searle.
Lady Goodheart: Ida Holmes.
Chancellor: E. Butcher.
Messenger: W. Bedford.
Courtiers: Sir Just: R.Topper.
Sir Malice: H. Bradshaw.
Sir Self: W. Seamark.
Sir Greed: F. Warren.
Knights: Ronald Brown, Herbert Rawlings, Fred Semark and Willie Gray.
Queens maids and ladies: Elsie Bedford, Connie Bradshaw, G. Maile, E. Dring, W. Casburn, V. Allgood, Susie Munns, Ethel Bedford, Lily Holmes, G. Day, Edith Goode, Q. Poole and G. Setchell.
Santa Claus: W. Seamark.
Elves: Donald Parren, Eddie Peacock, Geo Barnes, Bert Bradshaw, Reg. Skeggs and Alf. Seamark.
Poor: W. Wilson, F. Harradine, W. Setchell, B. Murfitt and Rushbrooke Goode.
Jester: Q. Moore.
Accompanist: Gertie Hensman.
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Or see the first article in this series:  John (Jack) Wales: Earith early years, born 1925