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HAMMERSMITH Palace 8.30 and 9. Tel. HAMMERSMITH 106. NANCY PRICE & CO. In “NOT A BAD JUDGE” AMY EVANS COOPER

HAMMERSMITH Palace 8.30 and 9. Tel. HAMMERSMITH 106. NANCY PRICE & CO. In “NOT A BAD JUDGE” AMY EVANS COOPER

MITCHELL G. F. FORD EARLE & DANILO
July 26, 1916 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COULINS.

COULINS.

arthuic theatre royal, DBUtttLANE. jyjß. J. MARTIN HARVEY Avenue-road, N.W, MR- CHARLES COLLETTE, Address, C/o “The Era.” ALFRED LESTER •• TUB Bin* Bojrt Are Here." . ALHAMBRA. Every Lven’n*.
October 18, 1916 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FATAL WEDDING

FATAL WEDDING

Towerful Cut A Brilliant Company of Children. The celebrated CHILDBBH'S SCENE, •trongcr than ever aad atill the treeteet drawing aovclty travelling. Always Vacancies for Cle verChlldren, UlftlllT. Nos. 13, Dos. 11. dsn. 1, 22, Fsb. VALANI . 6. It, March «, April P. and various o
October 18, 1916 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MILTON BODE AND EDWARD COMP

MILTON BODE AND EDWARD COMP

TON'S THEATRES. WANTED. First-class Companies for KENNINGTON THEATRE, S.E. Oct. 30. Jan. 29, Feb. 12, 19, Maxell 5, On. COUNTY THEATRE, READING. Nov. 20, Feb. 5, 12. March 5. 12, on, OPERA HOUSE, LEICESTER. Jan. 22, Feb. 5. 12. March 5. 12, 19, on, ROYALTY THEATRE. CHESTER. Oct.
October 18, 1916 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WANTED, Military Band Instrumentalists (non Society); ineligible; Two references of recent engagements to T., Box 335. “JThe Era.” WANTED. Quarteite

WANTED, Military Band Instrumentalists (non Society); ineligible; Two references of recent engagements to T., Box 335. “JThe Era.” WANTED. Quarteite

(Ladiee or Gents) for Midlands; good terms offered. MADAME MAY WALTERS. 3. Macciesfteld-street, Shafteebury-avenue, W. WANTED, a Gentlemen’s Quartette, for London; good terras offered. Address. MADAM MAY WALTERS, 3. Macclesfield-srt., Shaftesbury-avenue. W. WANTED, Instrumentali
October 18, 1916 - The Era - London, London, England
 
REMWENTE niMETTE |

REMWENTE niMETTE |

introducing TWO CELLOS, HARP, PIANO & VOICE IN SELECTIONS FROM THEIR REPERTOIRE. Managers Should Not Miss Seeing This Act. THIS WEEK: HIPPODROME. SOLDERS GREEK. October 18, 1916. ELLA SHIELDS wires : VS,^NN^^S ' f W I ss Ijl: * ■ ■ \ V s 'Ur ■'•,>' v- .
October 18, 1916 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DETIID.

THE DETIID.

IT’S TEN TO ONE you will eventually send ALL* your dyeing and cleaning lush & COOK, Ltd. whose excellent work and expeditious service have secured them the patronage of the Elite of the Profession. LOWEST QUOTATIONS FOR CLEANING PANTOMIME DRESSES. WRITE, WIRE OR THOSE- LUSH & CO
October 18, 1916 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ERNEST HASTINGS

ERNEST HASTINGS

SUCCESSES. THERE’S NOTHING LIKE LONDON TOWN
October 18, 1916 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Directors, Mr. F. W. WYNDHAM and Mr. G, T. MINSHULL.

Directors, Mr. F. W. WYNDHAM and Mr. G, T. MINSHULL.

LYCEUM TH., EDINBURGH. Manager, Mr. T. L. Howat, ThU Week Romance.” Next Week—“ Bric-»-Br»c.” KING’S THEATRE. GLASGOW Manager, Mr. H. Thii Week Bric-»-Br»e." Next Week—3«iei Julix Nellton end Mr. Fred Terry. THEATRE ROYAL, GLASGOW. Manager, Mr. H. F. Ashton. This Week—" Tiger's
October 18, 1916 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Next Week—'

Next Week—'

TH. ROYAL, NEWCASTLE. Man ger, M F. Teale lingham. Thle Week—“ The Thief." Next Week Hobiox'i Choice.” TH. ROYAL, NOTTINGHAM. Manager, Mr. Wentworth Crohe. This Week—" Peg o' Heart.” Next Week—D’Oyly Carte Opera Co. HIS MAJESTY’S!!!. ABERDEEN Manager, Mr. H. Adair Nelson. This W
October 18, 1916 - The Era - London, London, England