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MR. HALE HAMILTON, \VALLI\OrORI>, . QUEEN’S THEATRE, SHAPTESBUUYAV., At. Ml! - MAItSHALI tor Ali-‘ A. K F. HorGman. OAIETV THEATRE. MANCHESTER. MR. JAMES BERRY Disengaged Wilton Lodge. Acacia road, N.AA. lif R. WILLIAM MACKINTOSH. Play*, fiketcbea. Monologues. Addrean, S4, Clapi
THE E 'A'. Hewitt. line piece of character acting was con tributed Miss .Margaret Noble Flora McUilp. the M'rvant; and the role of Alec Inglis fitted Mr. Robert Purd;e like tlie proverbial glove. Other parts were adequately presented Miss Milliceut Evans, Miss Agin- Miller. Miss
VI NT’S ELECTUIC HIPPODKOME - . Mr. IwH)n Vint; G. M . Mr. Arthur Broaden; It. M.. Mr. Gralwam Hylton —Thi.-* week : Samly McNah and company in *’ Kin* Pharaoh Vesta Henry, child comedienne and dancer: and pictures.
"The llalipy l»Und lias Iwin rmally iktikil on for the 11111- of I Ilf play in «l»ch Sir Ilf rlif rl Trov will liiii rmpp.aranff His Maionty Thf at re on Ka.I.T Momlay. Tho play, which la by Mr. JaniM Bi-rnanl Kaaao. from the Hun gnr;an Melchior l<cll«ycl. » powerful ami movintc
POIMdAKA QUINTETTE Who ha« not b**n to the core by the melody of the cancbrake ami its crooning cadence*. Musical folk in England became intero.sted in this delightful form of Folk than thirty year* ago. and our composers were always attracted by its rhythmical quaintness and its
March 19, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England