Palace, Porth.|1909-03-13|Rhondda Leader Maesteg Garw and Ogmore Telegraph - Welsh Newspapers Online
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Palace, Porth. Enormous crowds are being attracted to the Palace this week to hear the cele- brated Jan Rudenyi and Company in their musical romance, "The Power of Music." Rudenyi is unquestionably a master of the violin, and treats the audi- ence to beautiful variations and har- monies. Another great feature of the show is the Johnson and Burns fight ex- hibited on the bioscope. A wonderful set of pictures, they are very much appre- ciated. The Indiana Troupe of ladies, in gymnastic feats, are also a great attrac- tion, displaying uncommon ability. Mr. G. Webber, the Lancashire Ba&so, once more secures encomiums from the Palace audiences, and is quite a favourite. Dunning, the ventriloquist, is also very good, and so are the illusionists, Kahn and Kahn. The Marcs, triple bar come- dians, are exceptionally funny and are responsible for much laughter. The Sisters Desmond, unique character artistes, are very fine. Quite a new feature are the Vanderbilts in their song sceiiai. The whole combination, aug- mented with fresh music by the orchestra, is an exceptionally good one, and is very worthy of patronage. The! proprietors are to be congratulated upon this week's show.