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LORNA & TOOTS POUNDS IVOR VINTOR

LORNA & TOOTS POUNDS IVOR VINTOR

Many thanks to Mr. ROBT. COURTNEIDGE for Offer. To WEE GEORGIE HARRIS I Wish the Best of Luck, and Hope you will prove a Big Success. Feel sure you will have a Happy Time with Mummy and Daddy.’’ Now Busy Rehearsing for New Production, “MIXTURES” WILLESDEN, MAY 7. This Week - HOL
April 25, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NOT SOLELY REPRESENTED

NOT SOLELY REPRESENTED

MARIE BRETT Playing Lead in Wild Oats
April 25, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
JACK SHIRES

JACK SHIRES

S°!r.Z’L'Z . /" ° - Mabel i By Norman h. lee. Tht« Week HIPPO.. LIVERPOOL N*xt, HIPPO., LECPB Coins.—NAT LAV, TOM ARNOLD, REEVES & IAUTORI. APRIL 25, 1923. Sailing for Australia May 7
April 25, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CHELSEA PALACE.

CHELSEA PALACE.

Picture .Season. TOTTENHAM. Rehearsal at 12. The Haines English Ballet. Jock McKay. Laurance Glen. Ada C'erito. Rocco and Maiesky Etc. Tliese Calls are communicated by tbe Management for the iolorniailon of Axtlsta without prejudica. Bill matter to bo sent direct to the Manager
April 25, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Dover street to Dixie.

Dover street to Dixie.

l ' Dover-street to Dixie is duo at the London Pavilion early in May. The authors are Mr. Morris Harvey and Mr. Harold Simpson ; the composer is Mr. Herman Dare'.vski. Incidental to the revue will bo representation of The Plantation,” which has been much admired in New York, wit
April 25, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CONNIE EDISS. Disengaged. Oxahott, Surrey.

CONNIE EDISS. Disengaged. Oxahott, Surrey.

April 25, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
M USIC LIBRARY BAGS Send 3d. stamps for fan pics. MALSH BROS., 5. New Brown-street, Manchester. ORCHESTRAL LIBRARY for !

M USIC LIBRARY BAGS Send 3d. stamps for fan pics. MALSH BROS., 5. New Brown-street, Manchester. ORCHESTRAL LIBRARY for !

SALE Brand-new condition. Bar gain. CONDUCTOR, 28, Plympton-road Brondesbury. N.W. QRCHESTRAL MUSIC. . music only. SO. with P.C,, liarmonaum, two first violins, violin obligato, cello, bass, flute, clarinet, cornet, trombone, drum, Ac. is. 3d.; suites, selections from Is. 9d.; i
April 25, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
(Qontlnn^). T ONDON, W.C.I. Bed Breakfast. Chester House Hotel, Towington-square (near British Museum). Daily ss. 6d., weekly terms. Dinner optional.

(Qontlnn^). T ONDON, W.C.I. Bed Breakfast. Chester House Hotel, Towington-square (near British Museum). Daily ss. 6d., weekly terms. Dinner optional.

Redecorated. Hotel Fully He. Board-residence. Special inclusive terms to professionals. SUNDER LAN D.-20. ChnrchiU-st. SUNDERLAND.—MEB. CAIRNS. 12. Olivestreet. Park-lane. One sitt., two com.; two bedrooms vacant Sunday. WEST HARTLEPOOL. 70. Scarbroatreet.—Mrs. Martin. WID.nES —
April 25, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
The Hippodrome, Birmingliaml^^^^^^

The Hippodrome, Birmingliaml^^^^^^

The Hippodrome, Birmingliam l^^^^^^ ORDER OF THE VARIETY THEXTRES (BIRMINGHAM). LTD and The City Assembly Rooms Corner Hurst-street and Inge-street PALACE THEATRE, MOST IMPORTANT CORNER PRO PERTY. in MAIN THOROUGHFARE, two minutes New-streot Station, four minutes Now-street, Corp
April 25, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SONGS AND SINGERS.

SONGS AND SINGERS.

Francis and Day. Another of Mr. Boris Ensor’s composiA Mucn deUghted comment from dimmer tdons entitled Cottage Dreams, ’* is' entertamers has been the re»ult the pub- also being well demonstrated, and seems W* ncauon the new number, irom tie pens [have captured the public taste
April 25, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England