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JANETTE DENARBER L’Entente Comedienne. Leading Lady In E. C. ROLLS' “THE OTHER DEPARTMENT.” Address, c/o “The Era^’’
June 21, 1916 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Marriott Edgar,

Marriott Edgar,

who wrote the book and most the Jyrics in the reivue, ” Frolics,” plays the parts of Tipps, the waiter, and Timekeeper. Frolics ” played to packed houses at Chehsea last week, and after two weeks in the provinces opens at the Middlesex on July 3. The tent scene in 4toi» revue is
June 21, 1916 - The Era - London, London, England
 
GILBERT CHILDS

GILBERT CHILDS

>s TOIJDY "SUGAR AND SPICE.* Thin Wank, HAMMERSMITH. Rent. BIRMING Corns., WILL COLLINS’
June 21, 1916 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MEW FOX FILMS.

MEW FOX FILMS.

In pursuance of their policy of selecting the' finest dramatic material for treatment, the Fox Film Company have screened Mr. Israel Zangwill’s play, The Children of the Ghetto.” and its revelation at a private show the Shaftesbury Pavilion on Wednesday was one with which the cl
June 21, 1916 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TAYLOR PLATT COMPANIES. The Man Who Stayed at Home. The Successful Royalty Theatre Spy Play already performed over 1,500 times

TAYLOR PLATT COMPANIES. The Man Who Stayed at Home. The Successful Royalty Theatre Spy Play already performed over 1,500 times

RED COMPANY: Autumn Tour commencaa July 31. NO VACANT DATES. BLUE COMPANY : Autumn Tour commerfcns Aug. 7. NO VACANT DATES. Address: E. TAYLOR PLATT. 26, SHAFTESBURY AVENUE, W.
June 21, 1916 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LYCEUM THEATRE. IPSWICH. Lessee, EUGENE C. STAFFORD. TWICE NIGHTLY. A GREAT SUCCESS. WANTED— A Good Play August Bank Holiday. Two

LYCEUM THEATRE. IPSWICH. Lessee, EUGENE C. STAFFORD. TWICE NIGHTLY. A GREAT SUCCESS. WANTED— A Good Play August Bank Holiday. Two

days’holiday. Can open Saturday, Augusts. 7 nights and 3 matinees. WANTED, Managers with Big Attractions to apply for Dates for Musical Shows or 000 l London Plays. Open Dates, Autumn, October 16. November 27, December 4, 11, 18. Now Booking January 1017, on. Silei.cj a polite n
June 21, 1916 - The Era - London, London, England
 
REID I REID 11 READ 111 READ

REID I REID 11 READ 111 READ

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