MARCH 12 & 19. This- Palladium, Mrdsummer-Norton, Sam. Next New Theatre, Port Talbot. TO LET or FOR SALE PAVILION THEATRE DUMBARTON ILltl'n? about l.:tOO. Tw«> rio.ji'Cto- s. I.n r« Stage, Dr.-ssing Itooms, etc. hoi itular apply .1. Pavilion. Dumbarton. N'.H. WANTED.
BANK OP ENGLAND I STAMFORD AMATEURS. production of ' Tilly of Bloomsbury. ■’ Miss THE MERRY WIDOW KING S HAMMERSMITH The tense atmosphere of The Thirteenth! The members of the Stamford Amateur Doris Hall admirably realised the character Makes Her Appearance in the I . .. i; ♦ it
NOTWITHSTANDING tlie overwhelming nature the evidence against the charges of cruelty t«« performing animals given at the Parliamentary Inquiry ast year, the Government have determined 1« bring in Bill making a licence compulsory upon tin exhibitors of performing animals under a
HutoTier hav hujiiour. for Mr. Butcher, in his sing-j Fred Masters gives clever farmyard; iug of “No, John,” “Top of the imitations in his song with a whistling! Hill,” and other ballad® has a per- chcrus. “My Gal Said it Reminded petual twinkle in hi® eye. Laughter Her of Me.”
VARIETY THEATRES CONTROL LING CO LTD BOSCOMBK HIPPODUOMi: (rehearsjil. 1.50). “There You Are. Then,” Marjorh Fulton. Three Bros, lluxter. Ins and K. Maisie (Jay in ” Snap I,Ki:i)S ” Smoke Binjrs.” rehearsal. 1 KIVKB POOL HIPPODBOMI al. 12). Scott and halev in PARIS ALHAMBRA I 1
I When Love Dies,” the wonderful new waltz-ballad published by Dix, Ltd., Fara- Iday House, Charing Cross-road, is, without a doubt, bound to achieve fame in England Already the Continental sales amount oyer one million copies. Mr. Claude Years ley, the managing director of the