Thomas Cairns Livingston Jnr. in St Andrew's Hall, Glasgow - 2 December, 1931

from Diaries of Thomas Cairns Livingston vol. 19:

[The 1931 film 'Born to Love' was a melodrama set in World War I London]


Wednesday 2 December … In the afternoon Agnes & Mrs Carmichael went to the Coliseum to see & hear ‘Born to Love’ … Tommy at St Andrews Hall to hear the ‘Orpheus Choir’.

cite as

Thomas Cairns Livingston, Diaries of Thomas Cairns Livingston vol. 19. In Glasgow City Archives, number TD1969/19. accessed: 15 April, 2024 (By permission of Glasgow City Archives)

location of experience: St Andrew's Hall, Glasgow


Thomas Cairns Livingston Jnr.
Lecturer English Literature, Scholar

Listening to

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The Orpheus Choir performed by Glasgow Orpheus Choir

Experience Information

Date/Time 2 December, 1931
Medium live
Listening Environment in the company of others, indoors, in public


The acclaimed Orpheus Choir (1906-1951) founded by Hugh S. Roberton, performed a wide variety of repertoire including Scottish folk song and classical choral works; it was replaced in 1951 by the Glasgow Phoenix Choir.

Originally submitted by 5011Henning on Thu, 21 Feb 2019 12:05:13 +0000
Approved on Tue, 23 Jun 2020 11:38:27 +0100