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JKJNB' 135.

JKJNB' 135.

June 13, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
B. FELDMAN & CO.

B. FELDMAN & CO.

Feldmanists Shine in Every Clime. London; Printed for the Proprietore “The Era.” 35. Wellington Street, Strand, W.C., . . I)a ' Hl Wednesday, June 13, 1923.
June 13, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
EMMIE KINO.

EMMIE KINO.

EMMIE KINO, a big mccett in thH Astlev and Page revue. Stolen Moments.’ Miss King appears in I Don’t Want Love," “Jimmy,’’ “Chicago,’’ and "Dancing Fool,” in all of which she displays outstanding ability. " Forbidden Fruit.” The revue of the above named title feature* James H. P
June 13, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ARE YOU GOING ABROAD? Cables A Telecraim: Telephone; •• ’’London. Gerrard CIOO| DAW’S 8 EAGL E PLACE PiccadillyCirctn.S W.l THE

ARE YOU GOING ABROAD? Cables A Telecraim: Telephone; •• ’’London. Gerrard CIOO| DAW’S 8 EAGL E PLACE PiccadillyCirctn.S W.l THE

THEATRICALAND VARIETY PASSENGER AGENTS. Passages Booked by All Lines. - (No Hooking Fees.) American Theatrical Newspapers. Passports and Visa. Baggage Stored, Letters Received Free of Charge. COPVIBCMT.
June 13, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CHESTER.

CHESTER.

The Co-optiroigta." FLORENCE HELM. Disengaged. Coma., c/o The Bra.** jyjISS MARION EDWARDES, Soprano and Com. Leads. Returned from Africa. 104, Brixton-road. 5.W.9. IVf ISS NORA CREINA. -*- 28, Coleherne-road, Kensington. ’Phone, Western 184. \JISS DOLLY HARMER. No Vacancies unt
May 2, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ART KNOWS NO OEOORAPHT.

ART KNOWS NO OEOORAPHT.

There are few more foolish and mischievous combinations of words than that which condemns a theatre as |“ unlucky.” For long time the Scala had suffered under such stigma; but, bow trimphantly it has come into its own ! Daily and nightly it is crowded to its utmost capacity, by
May 2, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Uses of Advertisement.

Uses of Advertisement.

There is no doubt whatsoever that much of the new prosperity ensuing to the intrinsic attraction at the Scala Theatre is due to the bold and ingenious advertising applied to the Roman marionettes and their entertainment. The day is long past when any theatrical entertainment, ho
May 2, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
No Future for “ Bad Luck.

No Future for “ Bad Luck.

No Future for Bad Luck. ( There can no such thing an unlucky theatre where these conditions prevail. We have heard the parrot cry of unlucky in our time about the Royalty, about the old Globe, about the Playhouse, about the St. James’s, the Strand, the Aldwych, and the Princes. B
May 2, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HARDING.

HARDING.

Jlfß- CHARLES LAKE. mu- Doran’s Shakespearean T TT. HABD A C RE. * Add rose, 3, Kllbnrn-priory. N.W.6. MR. SEYMOUR OWEN (Peggy). Address, C/o ThoEra." R- BERT COO T E. Sole Rep., Wor'aod 8. Wheeler. E. w - THOMAS „ and AGNE3 KNIGHTS. At lib. W4 ' 7 Clapham Common. MARTIN ADESON,
May 2, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BILLY BENNETT.

BILLY BENNETT.

Direction Archie Parnell DUI’REZ. Rehearsing for Music Box.” R. DPDI.EY DALE. This week, Wood Green. With New R. G T M A N and Organ, the great musical per formance. Piccadilly Picture House, Chester. lIENRY J CORNER. Present* Svmnhonia.** Moss’ Tour. PREDDIE FORBES. Spangles.”
May 2, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England