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Why Londoners go to the Theatre.

Why Londoners go to the Theatre.

Londoners the theatre, not to 1 think, but to ste. says M. iion/.on, thej French Consul-General in London. British Empire Exhibition. It is stated that applications have now l»ec*n received for more than 5U per cent. the available space the icy. ami tliai the success British Kmp
March 7, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LIKE IT

LIKE IT

suggest a bigber system? And will ’■ Love in Pawn imply that b»vo often depend After Anil.n.sp Applejolin’s Adveiituie and ‘‘Advertising Apid. to liave aimtlier semi-study in A’s witli Lonsdale comedy. Aren t Make A wliile the sun shines! No, llu' Pliirnix Society doesn’t exactl
March 28, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Chrlstiane.

Chrlstiane.

Being in Nice this week. I was able to see the four-act lyrical drama of Henri Gazave. the local Opera. Christiane is woman who loves a sculptor, but is unable to fully appreciate his genius. This, least, is his opinion, and therefore quits the doting wife, which causes her deat
March 28, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
aiti od l»v 169 votes to £8.287 18s. the aim £7.122 referred ex Id., left a sur fetched from £2l

aiti od l»v 169 votes to £8.287 18s. the aim £7.122 referred ex Id., left a sur fetched from £2l

to £33. , allotted photography did near to in such demand mslv. the general price heir It is a matter for congratulation that the Committee have been ahle to per suado Mr. U. H. (Jilleapie, managing director of Moss’ Empires. Ltd., to president the Fund for a second year one in
March 28, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Oxford dramatic CI.WR ENTERTAINMENT FINANCE The City of Oxford Dramatic Club on Thursday, March 23. revived their success of last

Oxford dramatic CI.WR ENTERTAINMENT FINANCE The City of Oxford Dramatic Club on Thursday, March 23. revived their success of last

year. Midsummer Night’s gj- Kinema Company's r*TT*ro TTTi WITHIN THE LAW.” Dream,” at the New Theatre. The pro- • j V r • presents cer-' A perfor;”ce of * Within the Law” duction was quite a success, and reflects Bad Year, - was given before crowded audience by great credit on t
March 28, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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SCENIC ART DIRECTORY.

SCENIC ART DIRECTORY.

March 28, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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and JOB of the «»f the Hrotlier MolitamK* •» Wort man sail” COOK Sconic Artist. Open for Contracts, injr Rooms. Surrey Theatre, S.E.I One ;iti sing song, - anotli.’r ti.’.d li’ll sl.-epv village C. DAL Y down West. Mr. Alan .Scjaic Artist. (Jinlraclor.JOtt. frames Stain. ,-, a ti
March 28, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ABBOTT (E. R.) REPERTOIRE CO. March 26, Coliseum. ADMIRABEE CRICHTON, THE.-April 2. Palace Pier, Brighton. �� ALLI.NOToN CHARSI-EY OPERA CO

ABBOTT (E. R.) REPERTOIRE CO. March 26, Coliseum. ADMIRABEE CRICHTON, THE.-April 2. Palace Pier, Brighton. ♦ ALLI.NOToN CHARSI-EY OPERA CO

March 26. 0.H., Dunfermline; April 2, Theatre. Perth. ASHWELL (EENAJ PLAYERS. - March 26. OH.. Jersey; April 2, St. Julian’s, Guernsey ♦ BAT, THE.—April 2, Shakespeare, Liver pool. ♦ BABY MlNE.—March 26. Palace Pie Theatre. Brighton. ♦ BAVNTON (HENRY) CO.-April 2, T.R Radi. ♦ BE
March 28, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LILY MORRIS

LILY MORRIS

PALACE, GRIMSBY Next, BIRMINGHAM (MOSS)
March 28, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England