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PLAYFAIR

PLAYFAIR

ABTHUR AddrMs, Ladebra— VUIa, St. Andre wt. N.B. Mb. h. ooopeb oliffb Dlangaina. Addww, Odoott, Hturry, K«nt. MB. CHARLES J. CAMERON. ill. Mr F. Monillot’a Bdpertolra Company. Aog. 26th. COMEDY THEATRE. MANCHESTER. H. STEPHENSON at Liberty til! September. Addreee, 8, Devonehire-
August 23, 1902 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR HENRY BBDI I P 8 Y will pitch his Tent 1 the THEATRE Amonsst the' Min BESSIE BEDFORD MinOBBTRUDBOILBERT

MR HENRY BBDI I P 8 Y will pitch his Tent 1 the THEATRE Amonsst the' Min BESSIE BEDFORD MinOBBTRUDBOILBERT

Min JENNIE RISLEY
August 23, 1902 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MISS MAUD BILDTABD.

MISS MAUD BILDTABD.

BEAUTIFUL FIEND.” No. 1 South Company. Vacant Got. 6th. Vacant. Vacant Got 18th, Vacant. Vacant Got 90th, Vacant Only Vacant Date* This Tear. Ml— Maud Hildtaep, GRAND THEATRE, ISUMGTON. MR JARMAN'S TOUR. fIIHB MARRIAGE MARKET.” X OpenlDß Mght.AM 6d. RiKhta to lot from Ohriotmoo.
August 23, 1902 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Success at Leeds. Success at Salford.

Success at Leeds. Success at Salford.

Bebooked by Hr Qordyn for the Regent, Salford, and also Booked by the same Management tor the Victoria Theatre. Broughton. After the Performance on Monday night Mr Walter Reynolds, jun., was highly complimented by Mr Jamee.M. Bardie and Mr Frank A. Qordyn upon the Company, the e
August 23, 1902 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BEATRICE VEREIER

BEATRICE VEREIER

LUCIB DiMDiraffed. 14, OioAdm-voad. WAndiworthK M IBB MISS HELEN VICAR Y f *' The Oey Oriaelto Oompeny. Any. 25th, Qaeen*e Theatre, Swindon. ISS KATE VOLLAIRE Dleenffeped. Lead. 58. Frandeoan-road, Tootlng-oommon, B.W. MISS ADA WADDOCK, JuvenUe Lead, " God of War." Any. 85th, Gr
August 23, 1902 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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WYNIAKI)

AOdw, 31, Wooditock.rowi[ > H.od.worth, Blimlnghm MISS OARLOTTA ZERBINI, M Aunt lAoro. io '* The Llttl. French UilliDer.'' Avenue The.tr.. MR. and MRS. FRED ACTON (Mil. Funie Willi.im) Voice from the Grave Company. Theatreßoval,Smethwick. _ __ R. CHAR S ALD RE I>. TiKeUinns, " T
August 23, 1902 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BAItnOWINFORNESS.

BAItnOWINFORNESS.

Rotaltt Thutu and Opkba House—Lewe And HAOAger, Hu|h Robertson; Resident- Utnsger, George Stone.—Uise Austin is DATiog a return visit here with The Cotton Spinner. Miss Austin the winsame And guileless Preston wins high eommendAtion, And Ur John S. rendering of the port o( the h
August 23, 1902 - The Era - London, London, England
 
KEIGHLEY,

KEIGHLEY,

Qdun’b Thbatmi and House.—Proprietors, Meun Oeraon end Grenville; Meneger, Mr Gav IforvUle.—Measre J. F. Free ton’s end P. E. Dohertj’e company is here (hie week in the Bank of England, Mr Charles EL Lester excellent Sherlock Holmes. Stephen Hartley la in the able hands of Mr as
August 23, 1902 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WXW BRIGHTON.

WXW BRIGHTON.

Towns Vakiwtt Thiatrm.—Secretary, Hr Albert Balmer.—A prognmme of TMtetr end utletie merit ie pot before petrom in the theatre twice daily dorinf the week, there being no charge for admiaaion. The bill la headed by Jimeon’a animal cirque, and introducer performing doge, oomic pi
August 23, 1902 - The Era - London, London, England