excerpt from 'Travelling Players: The Story of the Arts League of Service' pp. 89 (58 words)

excerpt from 'Travelling Players: The Story of the Arts League of Service' pp. 89 (58 words)

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Travelling Players: The Story of the Arts League of Service

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And he [John Nevill] mentions a day with no show, spent in Edinburgh, on our way to Hawick, where we had tea with Mrs. Margery Kennedy-Fraser.

She was charming; so like Ellen Terry, in voice, manner, and appearance.  She sang several Hebridean songs for us, including “A Crone’s Lilt”, which she did extraordinarily well.

 

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