Two turns show us what entertainment was like - Douglas Byng and a vibes player.
Unused / unissued material - no paperwork - dates unclear or unknown.
Comic Douglas Byng comes down some steps into a set made to look like a restaurant / club. He performs some impressions of people in a pantomime (some sections are cut out). We see a routine by the comedian on the theme of a Christmas pantomime. Shots of the audience at tables, drinking smoking and chatting. Byng comes on in drag as the "leading lady". He wears a wig and carries a small basket. He sings a song called "Daisy Chain" and curtsies. The band plays, he comes on again dressed as an elderly woman - a pantomime dame. He makes a joke about having played "third raspberry in the fruit scene" and another about how the Baron must have his "Plum Duff". Camp at the time I presume, not just in retrospect. He gets the audience to join in with a song about making a pudding - he waves a rolling pin.
An unidentified musician plays a tune on a vibraphone / xylophone. (Jack Simpson?)