A item about a wedding of an African couple in West London, attended by King Oluwa of Lagos.
Intertitle: "A WEDDING OF COLOUR. King Oluwa of Lagos, attends wedding of Mr. Barbour-James and Miss Rita Goring who both hold official post on the Gold Coast".
M/S of three black men, one wears Western dress, the King and his companion are in traditional African robes. M/S of a young black couple - Barbour-James and Rita - dressed in traditional Western wedding outfits. They pass between two lines of wedding guests throwing confetti. M/S of the happy couple standing in the doorway to the church, surrounded by wedding guests. C/U of Barbour-James and Rita laughing. More M/S of the king posing for the camera. M/S of the wedding guests and the king walking past the camera.
M/S of an army officer giving a speech on the steps of a civic building, next to him are two men in academic robes and mortar boards - this may be taken from another story.
Note: this story is unusual for its depiction of black and white people mixing socially in a very traditional English setting - apart from the slightly inappropriate title, there is no hint of racism to the story.