Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 393 articles

APRIL 25, 1923, MUSICIANS WANTE ANTED FIRST CLASS VIOLIN-1 ST-CON Dll CTO K, OPEN MON NEXT, EXTENSIVE CP-iO-DAI'E B- K\RY,

APRIL 25, 1923, MUSICIANS WANTE ANTED FIRST CLASS VIOLIN-1 ST-CON Dll CTO K, OPEN MON NEXT, EXTENSIVE CP-iO-DAI'E B- K\RY,

FOR SMALL ORCHESTRA, AND LOOD SOLOIST ABSOLUTELY ESSEN- H\L. THOROCOHLY EXPERIENCED, RELIVBLE, SI'RKI’LY TEMPERATE.! SEND FULL PARTICULARS. REFEK-| ES, AGE, PHOTO, LOWEST INCLUSIVE TERMS, BEAUFORT. PALACE SUREU-CI NEM A. KEDDITCH. Violinist-Leath r and Cellist ▼ ▼ (Ladies), for
April 25, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
APRIL -25, 1923

APRIL -25, 1923

April 25, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
JUST LIKE A THIEF

JUST LIKE A THIEF

The Greatest Popular Ballad ever Penned by WORTON DAVID and HORATIO NICHOLLS APRIL §B, The Great Oriental Song Scena
April 25, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Actx esses I

Actx esses I

April 25, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL THEATRES.

PROVINCIAL THEATRES.

BLACKPOOL’S FINEST THEATRE. HER MAJESTY’S OPERA HOUSE. WINTER GARDENS. Applications for dates JNO R HUDDLESTONIi. Winter Gardens. Blackpool. Telegrams. Pleasure. Blackpool."
April 25, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Popular at Wood Green.

Popular at Wood Green.

Mr. David James, the popular manager the Wood Green Empire, whom we met last week, reports business as being quite good, notably so with that week’s attraction, Better Times,” the ideal comedian combination of George Jackley and Billy Danvers, and with Dainty Doris in principal
April 25, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FASHIONS FASHIONS FASHIONS FASHIONS FASHIONS FASHIONS FASHIONS FAIR FAIR FAIR FAIR FAIR FAIR FAIR

FASHIONS FASHIONS FASHIONS FASHIONS FASHIONS FASHIONS FASHIONS FAIR FAIR FAIR FAIR FAIR FAIR FAIR

Look for The Sign of the Troubadour Stands Nos. 76 & 95 at the
April 25, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
APRIL 25, 1923, M-P.’s ANDTHE ENTERTAINMENT TA Deputation to ask Chancellor for Abolition. HOUSE OF COMMONS MEETING. With the object

APRIL 25, 1923, M-P.’s ANDTHE ENTERTAINMENT TA Deputation to ask Chancellor for Abolition. HOUSE OF COMMONS MEETING. With the object

of considering: the best way to deal with the Chancellor of the Exchequer’s failure to grant the long expected relief over the Entertainment Tax, a meeting of Members of the House of Commons was heldon Wednesday evening. Mr. P. J. Hannon, M.P., presided, and after the matter had
April 25, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ROSSLYN PRODUCTIONS present.- TOM. DICK m HURRY The Great Farcical Comedy in 3 Acts. »r Cask includes: STEPHEN FITZGERALD LAURIE

ROSSLYN PRODUCTIONS present.- TOM. DICK m HURRY The Great Farcical Comedy in 3 Acts. »r Cask includes: STEPHEN FITZGERALD LAURIE

WENSLEY BARDY RUSSELL WILFRID STEVENS CHRISTOPHER STEELE HERBERT WILLIAMS JO EPHINE GORDON BILLIE NAPIER DOROTHY PALMER BERTHA RUSSELL FIRST VACANT DATES MAY 7, <» precedi Hippo. Birkenhead May I«th and to follow, May 21rt onwards TOUR BEING ARRANGED BY KARL F, HOOPER, Broadmead
April 25, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COMEDIAN,

COMEDIAN,

DOROTHY McBLAIN 'lll Will STL. INC AND MONOLOGUES, P.A.-79, BALUAM PARK ROAD, LONDON, 8.W.12.
April 25, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England