The Night Club


Read by Lee Smalley

(4.7 stars; 8 reviews)

This work of fiction by Herbert Jenkins (1876-1923) features one of his best-loved comic characters, the affable Cockney, Joseph Bindle. It was Bindle who conceived the idea of forming ”The Night Club”, where people from different walks of London life would gather on Sunday evenings "for a smoke, a drink and a yarn" to socialize, reflect on their lives, and share tales and reminiscences. It was improbably chaired by Bindle and faithfully reported to us by a member of the club. --Lee Smalley (7 hr 26 min)

Chapters

Forming the Night Club 14:02 Read by Lee Smalley
The Coming of Sallie 36:27 Read by Lee Smalley
The Prime Minister Decides to Advertise 24:58 Read by Lee Smalley
The Boy 20:14 Read by Lee Smalley
The Barabbas Club 22:18 Read by Lee Smalley
I Fail the Night Club 15:57 Read by Lee Smalley
A Surprise Behind the Veil 22:56 Read by Lee Smalley
The Making of a Man of Genius 28:08 Read by Lee Smalley
Mrs. Biltox-Jones's Experiment 31:41 Read by Lee Smalley
The Night Club Visits Bindle 29:49 Read by Lee Smalley
The General Becomes a Member 39:33 Read by Lee Smalley
The Mater 14:52 Read by Lee Smalley
The Romance of a Horsewhipping 24:35 Read by Lee Smalley
Ginger Visits the Night Club 22:50 Read by Lee Smalley
A Dramatic Engagement 40:04 Read by Lee Smalley
The Moggridges' Zeppelin Night 25:39 Read by Lee Smalley
Sallie at the Wheel 32:34 Read by Lee Smalley