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Ml SICAL IH R ECTOR

Ml SICAL IH R ECTOR

Ml SICAL R ECTOR \\ ' I- I*. and Vinlin ( |{«•I(.). » » a hie t«» dmildo Banjo <ir Uninis. for •la//, ComhinatM.ii; must first class. Slate terms. Box 131. The Kra.” Banjo or Banjoline, to ▼ ▼ combine Second Violin . also flat Saxophone, nmhine Valin; 19 weeks’ Kiimnier enirajrem
March 28, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ARTICLES FOR SALE.

ARTICLES FOR SALE.

'PYMPANI, Bass Drums, Tubui lar Bellas Drums, Cymbals, bild aJI dmimmere’ feouiremonts. pairs of all' descriptions.-Hifrds,' 29, "Stirling-buildings, Yo-rk-strect, Strand, W.C.2. Telephone: Regent 4853. Telegraphic address: Drurnpani. ijondon. Y.M PAX IS, Bass “Side Drums, Xylop
March 28, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE BRITISH EMPIRE EXHIBITION (1924) INCORPORATED. TENDER FOR THE PROVISION OF PYROTECHNIC DISPLAYS TO BE HELD AT THE EXHIBITION IN

THE BRITISH EMPIRE EXHIBITION (1924) INCORPORATED. TENDER FOR THE PROVISION OF PYROTECHNIC DISPLAYS TO BE HELD AT THE EXHIBITION IN

1924. The Executive Council is prepared to receive Tenders for the Provision Pyrotechnic Displays to given during such period (approximately six months) as the Exhibition may open to the public in 3924. Forms of Tender may obtained at the Offices of the Exhibition on payment of
March 28, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CLA R K E

CLA R K E

CLA K E 68. Golborne-road. N. Kensington. W .10. (CONCERT Promoters. Theatre and Hall Proprietors plea-e note tnat books, and can arrange Concert's, Recitals, Ac., in London or Provinces, sharing tirm-, rental, or percentage. Particulars, MI LG ROM CONCERT DIRECTION. 317, Regent
March 28, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A New Fabric

A New Fabric

I’v tin* way. a particularly useful fabric, especially for stage dre-ses. was one 1 saw the lace show. It is a new silk and wool fabric, almost a lace is made in very good colours, drape* beautifully, and is not all expen
March 28, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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niiitUT-- I’m' pint i' will conceived in thre? ut>. Itut I'V f.ir t!:e two are the ami third. Harry Ih-xlury was seen to hest advantage in the second and third acts. outstanding personality of the play was Mirs Uoree Thorne as Nichette: with delightful naivete she portrayed the P
March 28, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Files Awaken.

Files Awaken.

When lmmortal Hour I stepped in to make phenomenal success at the Regent Theatre, there had [already been tentative preparations for the production The Life of an Insect.” These have become active again. In this play the Czecho-Slovakian Brothers Kapek make satirical comparison
March 28, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
JACK SHEPPARD THE PRISON BREAKER.

JACK SHEPPARD THE PRISON BREAKER.

PERIOD-KING GEORGE I. (1724). = Fully possessing the THRILLING DRAMATIC SITUATIONS and Natural Humour = and Character Acting as in his world known Sketch, DICK TURPIN.” = FIVE CHARACTERS. FOURTEEN COMPLETE from HEAD-TO-FOOT CHANGES. TWO SCENES. NO INTERVAL. 25 MINUTES. A THRILLI
March 28, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MASTER

MASTER

BLACKPOOL’S PIECE. THE GRAND THEATRE Proprietors, The Blackpool Tower Co.. Ltd General Manager. Geo. H. Harrop Acting Manager. Thos. Hopcutt. ACKNOWLEDGED BY ALL THE PRINCIPAL THEATRE IN TOWN. THE THEATRE WHERE ALL MR. GEORGE EDWARDES’ MUSICAL PLAYS ARE STAGED. * ~ Ithe high I T
March 28, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FUNDS, Eto.

FUNDS, Eto.

Annuities. ANNUITIES. ACTORS AND ACTRESSES should make prorision for OLD AGE OR INCAPACITATION by investing in the Royal general THEATRICAL FUND, which offers GREATER ADVANTAGES than can obtained in any Insurance Office. Write for full particulars rules, subscriptions, Ac., CHAR
March 28, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England