Queen Mary attends a Command Variety Performance in Cardiff.
Titles read: "QUEEN MARY CONTINUES HER WELSH TOUR".
Queen Mary enters a theatre foyer and is presented with some flowers by a little girl. She goes into the auditorium to watch a Command Variety Performance in aid of Glamorgan nurses. Miners with coal-blackened faces sing on the stage, followed by a 15-year-old miner's daughter called Dorothy Williams. She does an impersonation of Mae West, while wearing a sort of Shirley Temple dress - quite bizarre!