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Daily Mail. —Should provoke Homeric laughter. Daily News. —The theatre resounded with laughter. Reynolds.—The audience laughed loud, lonj and often. Referee. —Bright, clever, jolly farce. Enthusiastic reception. Calls all round. Evening News. —A wild knockabout romp with an abun
June 7, 1916 - The Era - London, London, England
 
May 24. 1916.

May 24. 1916.

W« were very pleaded with the busing dcm« witli Motherless at both our theatr<6. Our audiences liked the show very much All ifood wishes. Claude Allingham Lieut. Scarbriok, R.N. supported by a cast (15) recognised artistea. Effective staging. Magnificent display of photo, frames
June 7, 1916 - The Era - London, London, England
 
GEORGE FOSTER

GEORGE FOSTER

29a 9 9 PRESENTS
June 7, 1916 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL GOSSIP

THEATRICAL GOSSIP

Sir Herbert Tree brought to triumphant close » Monday his Shakespearean m Now with .performuuce "The M'erry Wivea Windsor and a scene from Henry the '■ Responding to demand* for a fipeeoh, Mr Herbert said always regard his ▼Lrt* io Now York one of the most cherished pigiir the a
June 7, 1916 - The Era - London, London, England
 
June 7, 1916. THE ERA LETTER BOX. Stamped addressed Envelope must he enclosed application for each Letter, Circulars Far cels

June 7, 1916. THE ERA LETTER BOX. Stamped addressed Envelope must he enclosed application for each Letter, Circulars Far cels

admitted to this List. No addition or omission can be mads this List after 12 noon Tuesday, IDaigwall, Miss M. Lavater, Mr. Louis Duo, Messrs. Q. Le Bren, Mr. Edgar Durant, Mr. A. Lee. Miss Irene C. Durcoy, Miss Beth Leete, Miss Eugenie Durinoes. Mr. Dan Leete, Mr. F. D. d’We. M
June 7, 1916 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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MESSRS. ENOCH AND SONS.

MESSRS. ENOCH AND SONS.

Something suit all temperaments and moot types of voices is to be found in the latest batch songs issued by Messrs. Enoch and Sons. shining example of the graceful and dainty is “Ail in a lily-white gown." a tender lyric by Helen Taylor, set to music by Easthope Martin, and wort
June 7, 1916 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE YAUDEYILLE YICAR.

THE YAUDEYILLE YICAR.

Mr. Vivian Foster, l»is frequent and ludicroua phrase, Yes, I think «o is the bestknown vicar the stage. In his time has “played many parte.” and just recently united *V I Church and Stage, when he appeared at the Hippodrome, Exeter, in one portion the programme hia inimitable p
June 7, 1916 - The Era - London, London, England
 
STAR MUSIC C 9 Novelties for Summer Season. YOU GAVE ME LOVE

STAR MUSIC C 9 Novelties for Summer Season. YOU GAVE ME LOVE

(A. J. MILLS and BENNETT SCOTT’S Great New Ballad). YOU ONLY KNEW. LAND OF CHILDREN’S DREAMS. SERGEANT DADDY, V.C. SACK TO BABY DAYS. WHEN THE KILTIE LADS COME HOME.
June 7, 1916 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ARTISTIC AND BRILLIANT.

ARTISTIC AND BRILLIANT.

DAISY And h«r 810 BRASS SIX, S«*rHnA in “THE DREAM GIRL.’’ P.A., ANGKLL ROAD. BBIXTON B.W. the five sisters Real Sist«ra. Introdacins Pianos, Mandolines, Singing, Violin, and Acting. Own Beautiful Setting carried. Different to all other Musical Acts. Hite Week, HARTLEPOOL. Next,
June 7, 1916 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MAISIE O’EONNOR

MAISIE O’EONNOR

Thio Wook, THE SOUTH* LONDON, Perm. Add,, 186, LAIN MANSIONS. MAI DA VALE, LONDON. W.
June 7, 1916 - The Era - London, London, England