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The Quaker Girl" at the Palace. There is hardly an English-speaking com- munity throughout the world where the music of The Quaker Girl is not well known, for this is undoubtedly one of the most popular musical comedies ever written, and the management of the Palace, Ammanford, are to be congratulated on securing such a magnificent company for their Christmas attraction. The Quaker Girl" will be played at the Palace for five nights, com- mencing Monday, December 22nd. One per- formance nightly on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, no performance Christmas Day (when a special programme of films will be shown), and two performances nightly on Friday and Saturday. An exceedingly strong cast has been secured, which includes Louis Wigley, in his old part of Tony Chute, the American." 'Mr. Wigley has been connected with this part since the original production at the Adelphi Theatre, London, and one can hardly imagine a better exponent of the light- hearted, irresponsible Yankee. A sweet and delightful Prudence will be found in Miss Ivy Luck, who is a most accomplished dancer; and no lover of good singing should miss hear- ing Charles Wingrove' s magnificent voice in the famous numbers, Come to the Ball and Coleur de Rose." Comedy abounds in this delightful production, and two who are responsible for a considerable amount are Miss Maude Denny (who is another old favourite) and Mr. Norman Hearn, as Phoebe and Jeramiah" respectively. Their extremely I amusing duet, Mr. Jeremiah, Esq. fol- lowed by a delightfully eccentric dance, is a thing of joy for ever. The three acts are full of exquisite music by Lionel Monckton, who is undoubtedly one of our finest writers. A big company is supported by a, large and ex- cellent chorus, and the whole production is mounted and dressed in a most lavish manner. 'll be sure to This expensive engagement will be sure to meet with the success it deserves, so intending theatre-goers are advised to book their seats as soon as possib le. Printed and Published by the Amman Valley Chronicle, Limited, at their Offices, Quay Street, Ammanford, in the Cooty of Car- marthen, December 18th, 1919.