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CHARLES WINDERMERE

CHARLES WINDERMERE

presents The Greatest Farcical Success Recent Times.
June 7, 1916 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BUSINESS MANAGERS. S A V I L E.

BUSINESS MANAGERS. S A V I L E.

R. J. H All corns, re Paisley and Perth Theatree,
June 7, 1916 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Re data., MAY AWB MANN.

Re data., MAY AWB MANN.

data., MAY MANN. COUNTY THEATRE. B*»FORD. July 17 24, Aug. 7, Out. 9. Nov. 4, 08. cran’d tßeatr*; July 10 Aug. 14. Sept. 25, Oet. 30, NOV. 13. 27. On. NTKD, Attiactiona. Bedford and \V Lnton. Aug. 7. Share Certainty. FALCON. County Theatre. Bod lord. METRCPOLETHEATRE GATHSHEAD. w
June 7, 1916 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TAINERS WANTED

TAINERS WANTED

CONCERT PARTIES AND ENTER- WANTED. High-class Concert Parties, July 3. 10. onward. Send , and k>w«f tirnui to* ARTHUR CARLTON, Thealr. Royal, Worcester. WANTED, Concert Party and ArUstoo, lines; rehearse immediately- MANAOBB. Claremont House London road. Sevenoaks. ANTED. Concer
June 7, 1916 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A. E. BARNES.

A. E. BARNES.

WANTED. Electrician, Property Man. and Bill Inspector. E. GRAHAM-FALCON. County Theatre, Bedford. WANTED, Property Men, Carpenters, Drummers, and Trombones, for First-class Touring Revues; must be ineligible. Apply, with, refs., Box 5,812, The Era Office. THEATRE ROYAL, MIDDLESB
June 7, 1916 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.

[We do not answer inqniries by poet. In all letters the names and addresses inquirers must be given as guarantee of good faith. Initials only or pseudonyms will used the answers if desired.] E. Warm* (Oxford) —The production you name was given for the first time in London at the
June 7, 1916 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TMS KOUSB OP 78A8.’

TMS KOUSB OP 78A8.’

78A8.’ Flay, in Six Sceaaa, Royoe Carle ton, Produced the Victoria Theatre, Walthamstow, May 29. Lupus Vulpine Mr: Carleton Tom Brandon. A.B Mr. Roland Hope James Henry Jewett .... Mr. Harry Hartley Alfred Howard Mr. Edwin Davies Start Hr. Ed, V«re A n»Blan» Spruce Mia, Bavan Mr,
June 7, 1916 - The Era - London, London, England
 
“BELLA DONNA” REVIVED.

“BELLA DONNA” REVIVED.

Play, in Five Acts, Adapted by James Bernard Fagan from the Novel by Robert Hichena, and Reproduced the 9t. James’s on May 31. The original run of Bella Donna was summarily ended during its first run through an accident to Mrs. Patrick Campbell, who has fortunately been able to
June 7, 1916 - The Era - London, London, England
 
JACK PLEASANTS

JACK PLEASANTS

ON TOUR. "I MUSTN'T TREAT THE MISSIS. Pub. by Francis ami- Day. PHIL
June 7, 1916 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CLAIRE ROMAIISE

CLAIRE ROMAIISE

STARRING Revue ‘‘SUGAR AND SPICE.’ Booked Solid. This ( SOUTH AMPTOW. Wsst, THE PALLADIUM.
June 7, 1916 - The Era - London, London, England