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POKTEFRACT

POKTEFRACT

ALEXANDRA THEATRE.—L., Mr George Tankard.—This week (once nightly, twice Saturday) : Mr. C. Watson Mill ” ‘Mid Pleasures and Palaces.” Cut inciuaos: Mr. Edward C. Ashby, Mr. Albert Sinclair, Mr. Roy Cathbcrt Mr. W. E. Faremore. Mr. Anmviley. Mr. Thomas Holmes. Mr. George Bnckley
September 3, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WEST KARTLEPOOL

WEST KARTLEPOOL

GRAND THEATRE.-1., Mr. Stanley Rogers; A. M., Mr. J. Seaward.—This week (twice nightly): Winifred Maude’s company, in "The Mormon and the Maid.” Cast includes: Me.«srs. George Searle, Vivian Charles. Will While, Victor Due Cane, Arthur Lonton, George Ro*s, Misses Orel* Dmr*. Win
September 3, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE YOUNGER GENERATION

THE YOUNGER GENERATION

Messrs. Payne and Theodore * Co. arc paying their initial visit to Woolwich this week with th:s mirth-provoking play. Mr. P. Hawksworth Dix, the puritanical father of ” the younger generation.” Jame* Henry Kennion, exceedingly clever. Next in order comes the Reggie Kennion of Mr
September 3, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TKE SAVOY, GLASGOW. REOPENED.

TKE SAVOY, GLASGOW. REOPENED.

SAVOY, GLASGOW. REOPENED. Beautifully decorated and improved, with greatly extended stage and other equipment* to bring it into line with the most modern halls, this comfortable theatre reopened on Monday. Large audiences both houses extended a hearty welcome to every artiste. To
September 3, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS IN GLASGOW.

AMUSEMENTS IN GLASGOW.

THEATRE ROYAL.-M. D V F. W. and Geo. T. Mimhull; A M . Mr Marry Ashton —Mr. George Daocr's famous company in ' The Whip” is attracting large audit-uces here. Mr. Arthur Uamtree gives strong representation of the Marquis of Beverley. Mr. Trevor Sylvian gams distinction in renderi
September 3, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DEATH OF UM. HICXOHT WOOD.

DEATH OF UM. HICXOHT WOOD.

Th« London kiddies, who looked upon Old Dmry the realm fancy and the region of frolicand what kiddie doesn't?—have lost loving friend in Mr. J. Hickory Wood, who died unexpectedly, after a long illness Tuesday, at Chellowdene, Foxley iane, Parley, at the age 54. Originally a cle
September 3, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ACTS, ABTISTKB, AND AGENTS.

ACTS, ABTISTKB, AND AGENTS.

Mraers. Cooke FraakUb Parkioaon have diaeolved partucrsbip, tbe Parkioaon u bow lostallcd 463, Strand. W.C. Liane D*£ve, Mario iWythe, Cbria Jago. aad Alma Gray oailed on Saturday for liouth Africa, fulfil the Empire, Juluinneebunf. through booking of Sydney M. Hyman. Ltd. Mr. W
September 3, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LAWRENCE WRIGHT and his SONG HITS

LAWRENCE WRIGHT and his SONG HITS

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September 3, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HOW THE BUREAU WORKS.

HOW THE BUREAU WORKS.

The Editorial Department of the Bureau will deal with MSS. sent in, advising Authors as to any necessary alterations. Authors on the Bureau’s registers icill be asked to submit ideas and suggestions with a view to obtaining commissions for the work wanted. small commission varyi
September 3, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A CENSOR'S PRUDERY. TO TBS EDITOR Of TBS ERA.

A CENSOR'S PRUDERY. TO TBS EDITOR Of TBS ERA.

Sir,—l desire to call the attention of the of your widely circulated paper to the fact that after the first performance of my act. *' The End of the Season," in which little child of tea discovered lying on the sands in a bathing coatume, the Birmingham Licensing Committee refus
September 3, 1913 - The Era - London, London, England