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PARTNERS WANTED.

PARTNERS WANTED.

WANTED. Tall Lady or Gent to ola.v part and take half share in big music hall sketch touring best halls. Can seen playing. Preference given to those willing to superintend while advertiser away with other acts. This a valuable*property, with own scenery, costumes, . and a rare o
November 26, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
“HER MADCAP MAJESTY.”

“HER MADCAP MAJESTY.”

Recent Pantomime Engagements: Principal Boy . Principal Girl All communication! above to— Borough, Stratford. Borough, Stratford. Last year, “Aladdin” (title role), with Edward Marris* Pantomime, Lewisham and Tour. EDWARD HARRIS, OFFICE: 22, MAIDEN LANE, STRAND. STORES * SCENE F
November 26, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HURLEY

HURLEY

The Character Coster Comedian, A Great Hit, TOY TOY. TOY.** Agent. F. HICHAM L E FRE Thie week. Empire, Nottingham, Next, WOOD GREEN HARRY Addreea. c/o Tho Er». M a us E I L ARK
November 26, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AIS T 0 N

AIS T 0 N

AIS T 0 R T H U R This week, Empire, Swansea, Next week. NEW CROSS and CAMBERWELL. THephone, 1415 Chiswick CHUR HILL.
November 26, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ftp in rate of ffifinyiointmerit*, or Actn for next. LLOYD’S VARIETY AGENCY, UTIX, 20, Cranbourn Street, LEICESTER SQ., LONDON, W.C.

ftp in rate of ffifinyiointmerit*, or Actn for next. LLOYD’S VARIETY AGENCY, UTIX, 20, Cranbourn Street, LEICESTER SQ., LONDON, W.C.

Can supply Acts of every description at once, TOPS, BOTTOMS, MIDDLES, Etc. Every Act personally seen before offering to Managers. Wire* : LoydUm, Westrand, London. Thoue ; *B»X OPEN TO PERSONALLY ATTEND TO FEW HEADLINERS.
November 26, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CHEVALIER

CHEVALIER

MAY Ealing Common, W, ,ss M E- ADELINE GENEE NEW AMSTERDAM THEATRE. NEW YORK. M 1 8 M M - M ISS
January 8, 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WILDE,

WILDE,

January 8, 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MISS WARD

MISS WARD

Miss Ward, who has achieved an enviable reputation in the provinces, commenced her theatrical career some fourteen years ago, after having won honour as an amateur, both in operatic and histrionic work. It was chiefly with amateur societies around the Midlands that she was conce
January 8, 1910 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE CENSORSHIP COMMITTEE.

THE CENSORSHIP COMMITTEE.

A meeting of the Society of West-end Theatre Managers was held Wednesday to discuss the recent Tecommendations made by the Censorship Committee. Four resolutions were unanimously adopted, and a copy of these were forwarded on Thursday to the Lord Chamberlain. Sir Charles Wyndham
January 8, 1910 - The Era - London, London, England