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WHO DID IT?

ENTERTAINERS' WANTS. JONGLEUR. Humorist, Banjo Oddities. Offers invited C.P. or Revue. 35, Fairfield-ave., Canton, Cardiff. Albert male Pianist-Entertainer. In town. 28, Clive-road, Merton, S.W. (CHARLES M Y R K. Humorous and Character Entertainer. 46. Heriot-road, N.W.4. Ph. :
April 25, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
New Play at Brighton.

New Play at Brighton.

Brighton gave a warm welcome to Horace Hodges Marmaduke Seaford jin his new comedy, May and Septem-j [her,” on Monday. It would hard to imagine the play without him, for it is a one-man show all through. The comedy is in three acts, and the last was really the most amusing. In a
April 25, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Zander the Great.

Zander the Great.

Alice Brady has scored success in this lively melodrama by Salisbury Field, now running at the Empire Theatre. It is a Western drama, peopled with the sort characters to found in the stories and Bret Harte. but the author has modernised them putting them in the bootlegging busin
April 25, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
VARIETY THEATRES CONTROL

VARIETY THEATRES CONTROL

LINO CO MOSCOMRE HIPPODROME (R. 1.30). —Wilson Hallett. Les Tumilet. Wriaht and Hartley. Hayden and Nevard BRIOHTOX HIPPODROME (R. 12)- Pot Luck." I.EKDS HIPPODROME (R. 12).-“ Oh» Mabel. LIVERPOOL HIPPODROME (R. 12) Lightning. NEWCASTLE HIPPODROME (R. 12). Terrv Ilson, (ieori<e
April 25, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Cardiff Lodge.

Cardiff Lodge.

A Wolves’ Lodge will be opened in Cardiff at the Cinema Club Wednesday. May 2, at 12.30. Full particulars can be obtained from Player Hutcheson at the Empire Theatre. Cardiff. Will Wolves, when in London, please note that Lodges are held every Tuesday at 11.45 a.m. at Helvetia H
April 25, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ILFR ACOIVIBE

ILFR ACOIVIBE

Urban District Council. ALEXANDRA HALL, ILFRACOMBE, ILFRACOMBE MARKET TOLLS. The Council are prepared to receive tenders for the right and privilege of using the Alexandra Hall, Ilfracombe, for Concerts, Theatrical Performances, Entertainments and Meetings, and also the right to
April 11, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Death of Krs. Fred Glnnett.

Death of Krs. Fred Glnnett.

We greatly regret to announce the death of Mrs, Fred Ginnett, at Man-1 Chester, on April 5, from heart failure. 1 Mrs. Ginnett was the daughter"of a' well-known Midland counties horse] dealer. She became a fine performer,! in the ring, and in equestrian sketches. She was deeply
April 11, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Professional and Sub Trades Department* 10, DENMARK STREET, CHARING CROSS ROAD, LONDON, W.C.2. FLEET STREET, E.C.4. 'Phones—Central 2866 7. LET’S

Professional and Sub Trades Department* 10, DENMARK STREET, CHARING CROSS ROAD, LONDON, W.C.2. FLEET STREET, E.C.4. 'Phones—Central 2866 7. LET’S

ALL GO ROUND TO AUNTIE MAUDIE’S / I’VE GOT A BETTER PAL THAN MARY THE SHEIK OF CHARING CROSS SAXOPHONE SAMMY THE FLAPPERS’ BALL $ WHOOPS DEARIE Send for our 1933 Concert Party / 17 Selection All PRICE 25., post free j ,Th Pro. Dept.: 10, Denmark Street, Charing Crow Rd., W.C.2 m
April 11, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
EE T E A CO. makers of finest Scenic Colours. Brushes and Requisites. Write for Dst. 129. London-road. Southwark, S

EE T E A CO. makers of finest Scenic Colours. Brushes and Requisites. Write for Dst. 129. London-road. Southwark, S

E.I. Tele. No. 2093 Hop.
April 11, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FOR NOTES FELDMAN NUMBERS See page 24.

FOR NOTES FELDMAN NUMBERS See page 24.

April 11, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England