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P FLAT ALTO SAXOPHONE. Flat pitch, silver plated, by Millereau. complete in case, £24.—SAXO, 133, (J reen-lanes, N. 16. NEST ELLO and BASS COVERS and Violin Case Covers. Library Music IJaKs. Sainpes. PAXMAN, 120, Albert-street, N.W.I. J A// DUL.M SET. 24in. gong drum. 14in. side
April 4, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BRIXTON

BRIXTON

.6.-122. Shepherd's ft D V TUCITDC JAMES, 108, IU I IhtAlKt road, Quw*n s-road, Dalston, E.B. Bed and sitting; also comb, room; easy for embracing and including the Large and theatres. _ I well-fitted THEATRE. CINEMA. DANCE, rENOE.-Good rooms for Pro’s. 211.0K VARIETY HALL, poss
April 4, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LAWRENCE WRIGHT

LAWRENCE WRIGHT

MUSIC CO., Denmark Street, Charing Cross Road, London, W.C.2. ’Phones —Regent 155 and 5076. Telegrams- -Vocable, Westcent, London Cablegrams- —Vocable, London Sole British Representatives of SHAPIRO, BERNSTEIN & CO., Inc.; JACK MILLS, Inc.; THE JOE MORRIS MUSIC CO.; ACER, YELLEN
April 4, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE REALM OF M

THE REALM OF M

IN THE CONDUCTOR’S CHAIR.
April 4, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Object to Nudity

Object to Nudity

The French authorities, after a fe.\ years’ ftlumber. are waking up the fact that the nudity tolerated in romc the revues here was beyond measure, and they hav? suddenly come down on the Palace management (why tin-* music; hall alone?) to explain the reason ofj such exhibitions.
April 4, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TALENT

TALENT

By GENE GERRARD I recently returned from Australia ( sort of punch in the jaw to me. and with Mr. Musgrove, who is the best- yet, kind of aside which led me to known music hall magnate in the Anti-j relieve that I must get new acts. nodes, and when I asked him he I spent the who
April 4, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Paul Hall—Mine Host.

Paul Hall—Mine Host.

Whilst many will regret to hear that Paul Hall has resigned his position of manager with the L.T.V., they will be I interested to learn that he" will l>e located at the Clarendon Hotel, Oxfordroad, Manchester, which hostelry he takes over on the 18th inst., and where Paul hopes
April 4, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Key and Keyworth,

Key and Keyworth,

That entertaining couple, conclud'd their act on the L/l’.V. Tour last week for the present, as they must commence renearsals shortly for the production, Mix lures,” to be produced at Willesden May 7, and in which they will associat'd with Ivor Viiitor. The former are appearing
April 4, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE GRANVILLE

THE GRANVILLE

was s'inetlung like i.. .lick in snow,” and the planning ]) for tho capacity audience and his actual arrest is smart piece j, tl;e Walham Green, work. Another popular song of *j s iv. Not only Alin.- Lloyd’s "Mo ,• . • ii- iv»* there was a sketch the Sheik.*' which constitutes t
April 4, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
GIBUSI

GIBUSI

SCENERY ENTERTAINMENT TAX | CARTAGE Procession Seats Exempt. I __ _ IV Tit-ton m.uiNlr.ites lu ani g 1 I A| 111 K taken out Itv the Cuinmissionei's of Cus-; | || f% 111 toms and hxcise against local pionertv , , , lowiuts for the of thr .•ntci : -l BmxioS, I)A\ for tainment tax
April 4, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England