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RE-OPENING OF THE NEW STAR. ifirst Play of thd New Regime. RE-OPEXIXG OF A SW--iXSE^_ HOUSE As a relaxation and a tonic to the weary brain after the day's labour, nothing aD proaches sitting in a well-constructed CQ{v theatre, listening to tuneful- music, some times spirited, sometimes lighter, but full of melody; watching quaint dancing, prettv scenery,^ and noting with interest a charming story. This combination is what the play. goer will have on Monday next, for "The of Cairo" pays her first visit to Swansea to open the New Star Theatre. The Belle of Cairo" is a musical play that has had a won- derful success, and the probable secret of this success is the fact that, unlike most musical plays, it has a well written story that runs through the whole play. This story is by Mr. Cecil R.aleigh, and set to music by Mr. F. Ivinsey 1 aife, two names that guarantee an excellent evening's amusement. The cast of "The Belle of Cairo" is somewhat exceptional, 1 numbering some sixty-five artistes, headed by Miss Ada Blanche, a lady so well known that comment is superfluous, also Miss Hettie Lane one of the prettiest and most graceful dancers on the stage, such names as Maud Marriott, m iplT'c-an,d Miss Mi!licent At hoi, with Mr. Fred Sinclair and Mr. Harry Buss go to prove that Mr. Wilson, under whose direction the company is has really got to. gether an excellent cast for the proper repre- sentation of this musical play, whilst Mr. Mor- ton PoweU is to be congratulated on booking & fitting com pa nj. to open his cosy theatre.

Uhe Guimbrmn.