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VolNoc.xmoV1"'] tyiP MFipI Jk ""QftdL toff" ROVER L APRIL 6. 1938. 1 BYSTANDER Dinner, Dance 4 Cabaret A Going=Out Guide /j 0 r'T' Arnold Haskell on the Ballet
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AMUSEMENTS

AMUSEMENTS

/COLISEUM. (Charing Cross.) (Temple Bar 3161.) 2.30 8.15 Daily. ST. MORITZ A NOVEL REAL ICE MUSICAL SPECTACLE Prices 10/6, S/6, 6/-, 5/-, 4/-, 3/-, 2/- (including Tax). BRITISH HOTELS A SUMMER'S TALE IN WINTER A modern one a tale of a hotel situated in an ideal locality for dodg
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A Penny for Valerie Hobson's Thoughts

A Penny for Valerie Hobson's Thoughts

A Penny for Valerie Ilobson's Thoughts Valerie Hobson sings A Penny for Your Thoughts in The Drum the new London Films techni- colour picture in which she is the only woman. This is far the biggest part of her short life (she '11 be twentv-one next week), and she acts it well. Th
6 April 1938 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
Front Matter

Front Matter

The Bystander, April 6, 1938 No. 179°- Vol. CXXXVIII. The Bystander
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The Passing Hour: Comments and Asides

The Passing Hour: Comments and Asides

The Passing Hour Comments and Asides By A. G. Macdonell SIGNOR MUSSOLINI was in fine oratorical trim when he addressed the Italian Senate on the military capacity of Italy. The country has got pretty nearly everything necessary for a really capital war except an enemy. Air force,
6 April 1938 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
The King and Queen in Shoreditch

The King and Queen in Shoreditch

The King and Queen in Shoreditcli Clarissa Street, Shoreditcli, was not supposed to know the King and Queen were coming last Tuesday, but that kind of secret gets out. All the new Borough Council flats emptied themselves into the sunny street to welcome the visitors, who had come
6 April 1938 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
Yehudi Menuhin and His Violin

Yehudi Menuhin and His Violin

Baron Yehudi Menuhin is on tour in England. He arrived in London in February, gave a recital on March 20th and another last Thursday with his pianist sister, Hephzibah. He returns to the capital for his last English appearance this season on May 9th. There is no doubt that this
6 April 1938 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
Social Register

Social Register

A WEDDING Flight-Lieut. Michael Dawnay and Miss Julian Brassey Michael Davcnay youngest son of the late Major the Hon. Hugh Daicnay and Lady Susan Dawnay and Julian Brassey, adopted daughter of Lord Brassey and Lady Violet Brassey, were married at St. George's, Hanover Square, a
6 April 1938 - The Bystander - London, London, England
 
Beverley Nichols Gives "News of England"

Beverley Nichols Gives "News of England"

Beverley Nichols Gives 44 News of England Norman Parkinson Beverley Nichols, having given us his views on war (Cry Havoc), religion The Fool Hath Said), country life (in three volumes), foreign travel Who s Who says he has visited and candidly commented upon most of the countries
6 April 1938 - The Bystander - London, London, England