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London, Shoredith.

London, Shoredith.

\IR. G T. PATTMAN and Ortfin. the great moaical p«c- formance. P A., CArignon, West Merse*, Essex. U EN RY J Preeenls " Symphoma.*'
April 11, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WINTER GARDENS. NEW BRIGHTON.

WINTER GARDENS. NEW BRIGHTON.

The Premier Theatre of Cheshire. WANTED Known. Vacancies, April 30, May 28. Apply. A. DOUGLASS.
April 11, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PRINCESS PAVILION, FALMOUTH.

PRINCESS PAVILION, FALMOUTH.

WANTED, firat-clase Attractions (3 Nights preferred-). Vacant Dates: July 2, 9, 16 (weeks). July 26. 27 , 28. July 30 (week;. Aug. 16. 17. 18 (P), Aug. 27 (week). Sept. 3 (week). Sept. 13. 14, 15. and Sept. 17 (week). State lowest terms. MANAGER, St. George’s Hall. Tor other Com
April 11, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ARTISTS’ WANTS.

ARTISTS’ WANTS.

W A nexi - on * Queenie rORBES. Comedienne and Danceropen for Revue C.P. All corns., 20. Dalrneny-street. Leith. WANTED Known. The World’s Famous MILITARY GORDONS Lady Pipers, Drummers. Highland ami 1 international Dancers, are Vacant April 16 and onwards, for Good Revue. The Pr
April 11, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSICIANS’ WANTS.

MUSICIANS’ WANTS.

WANTED, by lady, engagement Fiaaisle. with good sight reader and accompanist; would give services to gain experience, H.~ J-, 69._ Charlton road, Blackbeatb. 8.8.3.• WANTED, engagement, exp. firet-claae West-End Orch. Pianisie; cinema cafe; up-to-date library. D. HAAS. 29. W’ood
April 11, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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Basil Rathbone’s Start.

Basil Rathbone’s Start.

Basil Rathbone, who is to play the lead at the St. Martin’s in R.U.R.,” started what he calls an uneventful career in somewhat dramatic way. His father was Inspector of Mines at Johannesburg, and was called upon to bow the knee to Kruger. He escaped to Durban under the seat a ca
April 11, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
More East Enropean Romance.

More East Enropean Romance.

An Easter production, Mr. Henry L. Osmond, at the Pavilion Theatre, Penzance, entitled The Dream proved popular. An East European prince, enamoured of a lady whom saw in a vision, met her Paris cabaret, in her proper person, and was like to marry her. While he hesitated he w’as
April 11, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
6.30 POPLAR HIPPO, 9.0 MAY HENDERSON. BRUCE GREEN. ZETTA MOR. SCOTCH KELLY. THE TERRY TWINS. TOM STUART. HARRY EMERIO. BETTY

6.30 POPLAR HIPPO, 9.0 MAY HENDERSON. BRUCE GREEN. ZETTA MOR. SCOTCH KELLY. THE TERRY TWINS. TOM STUART. HARRY EMERIO. BETTY

HOBBS & NOLAN. DOLLIE BISHOP CO. 6.30 woolwich hip 8.45 MANY HAPPY RETURNS,” Featuring THE BROTHERS EGBERT. 6 30 PUTNEY HIPPO. 8,50 DAISY DORMER. HAYDN WOOD & DOROTHY COURT. KEY & KEYWORTH, HARRY FORD. VENA WOOTTON, TOM QOTT. STACEY & TINNEY. MILLER & RAINEY. BEDINI A BEDINI. CA
April 11, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
GENE GERRARD

GENE GERRARD

The Surpassing Comedian of the *' Surpassing Show." “Probably the finest lirpressionist of the drunken swell we nave had for a generation.”—Vide Press. This Week EMPIRE, NEW CROSS Next Week, GRAND, BIRMINGHAM
April 11, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England