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What Can You Expect For

What Can You Expect For

Stage history supplies many = instances. Michael Kelly’s recollec-lotions record an attack upon an = Italian te-nor, a brother of the famous prima donna Gabrielli. “Get away i = I \.iu cursed raven ; g»t off, you goat. cried Roman audience. The singer retorted, You fancy you are
April 18, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Actor and Audience.

Actor and Audience.

George Frederick Cooke, being the worse for liquor, bitterly reviled a Liverpool audience for hissing him. Every brick of your cursed cilv,” said lie, is cemented with the blood of a slave.” Naturally the Liverpool playgoer did not thereafter encourage a very ardent affection fo
April 18, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
APRIL 18, 1923

APRIL 18, 1923

MUSIC HALL WANTS. Known. MARO DUO Gym. nastic Comedians frrr Anril 23 two good acts, for galas cirnus, Ac. Corns 21. Bow-street, Bilston, SUB? ' WANTED, May 7, 14, 21, TENA VBR CO., Dramai 1 .:.- a .V.' .*■ Guignol Hlfeteliea. THE KONEVAS, Singing, Dancing, Harmony own settling.
April 18, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
APRIL 18 .

APRIL 18 .

April 18, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

TITE APOLLO ORCHESTRJfL AND CONCERT AGENCY. 19, GRKRARD STREET, WANTED. Clnem* Manager, Wirral (Cheshire) district. Qualifications, experience, age, and salary Box A, 52, BIKCHALL'B ADVERTISING OFFICES. Liverpool.
April 18, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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THE ERA. RONDEL SINGERS

THE ERA. RONDEL SINGERS

The Rondel Singers (Miss Ethel Waddington, Miss Margaret \Voimley,: Mis? Ethel Wall, Miss Jessie Wells. Mr. -Cecil Dodge, and Mr. Charles Seeley), are doing a good deal in a quiet way to foster a love of the tho! roughly English art of part singing. (Their field of operations is
April 18, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
APRIL 18, 1923.

APRIL 18, 1923.

Debenham S'Freebodv. imrreo) J Wigraore Street. (Cavendish Square) LondonWl
April 18, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FROCKS

FROCKS

AND
April 18, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TH E THEATRICAL GOSSIP. Marriage of Mr. Taylor Platt. At St. Martin'Vqi-the-Fields Church on Wednesday Mr. E.~* Taylor' Platt was

TH E THEATRICAL GOSSIP. Marriage of Mr. Taylor Platt. At St. Martin'Vqi-the-Fields Church on Wednesday Mr. E.~* Taylor' Platt was

married to Miss Hilda Clynn, who acted in “Skittles” and David Garrick.” Canoil Bcat:*- ley. well known in theatrical cTTcle? land chaplain the Green Room Club, performed the ceremony Mr.'Gordon' Collier was the best man, and the [bridesmaids were Mr», Harry *P. jTowers and Miss
April 18, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
STAGE AND UNIONISM. Mr. Alfred Lugg pleads for Closed Shop. In St. Andrew’s Hall, Glasgow, on Sunday there was a

STAGE AND UNIONISM. Mr. Alfred Lugg pleads for Closed Shop. In St. Andrew’s Hall, Glasgow, on Sunday there was a

meeting under the auspices of the Federal Council of 'Entertainment Trade Unions, with Mr. Alfred Lugg (General Secretary of the Actors’ Association), Mr, Hugh Roberts (General Secretary. of the N.A.T.K.). and Councillor J. S. Katcliffe (Glasgow Organiser of the A.M.U.) in atten
April 18, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England