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CONCERT ARTISTES AND ENTERTAINERS. ENTERTAINERS’ WANTS. Hav* you heard this oaefPP Leslie facet. Comedy, Dickens, Monologues. Irish Club, W.C.2. Summer

CONCERT ARTISTES AND ENTERTAINERS. ENTERTAINERS’ WANTS. Hav* you heard this oaefPP Leslie facet. Comedy, Dickens, Monologues. Irish Club, W.C.2. Summer

: Eastbourne. Freddy d i n. Light Comodian and Dancer. On tour. P.a., 17, Bethel-street, Norwich JONGLEUR. Humorist, Banjo Oddities. Offers invited C.P. nr Revue. 35, Fairfield-ave., Canton, Cardiff. Albert male, Pianist-Entertainer. In town. 28, Clive-road, Merton, S.W, (CHARLE
May 9, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE E R a. FROCKS AND FANCIES.

THE E R a. FROCKS AND FANCIES.

Private View Hints—Capes have Come to Stay Green, despite Superstition—Cotton Frocks Frocks at the Comedy Theatre—Veils and Sun-
May 9, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA.

THE ERA.

THEATRICAL GOSSIP. Moscovitch Cfats to Africa. Mr. Maurice Moscovitch has arranged with the African Theatres Trust, Ltd., to take; his own company out to South Africa, including his son, Mr. Nat Madison, and several of the original members of the cast in The Great Lover.” Mr. Ma
May 9, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AS YOU LIKE IT.

AS YOU LIKE IT.

Times Change. Cromwell will popular at His Majesty’s, say tbe propliets. ''•n'li't in King Charles’s day! * + ♦ now aims at the head of a bill; formerly, it was the head l ~rles. Malheson Lang’s big picture outside the New is said the largest "graph in England. It’s certainly a
May 9, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AGENTS’ DATE BOONS. jiiig years to 1026, tin ilivider and 2. > open- showing years to 1031. iiniex, ami hound

AGENTS’ DATE BOONS. jiiig years to 1026, tin ilivider and 2. > open- showing years to 1031. iiniex, ami hound

in nior i:s 6d 11. ash with order. backed roecu. ONLY OFFICE COPIES. EMERGENCY CONTRACTS. DATE SHEETS FOR ARTISTS : 3s. Cd per 100 AWARD CONTRACTS. Special price for large i|nantilies, with own I heading printed in.
May 9, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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NEW YORK DRAMATIC NEWS

NEW YORK DRAMATIC NEWS

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May 30, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BOY PRODIGY COMPOSER

BOY PRODIGY COMPOSER

An oratorio entirely composed a boy llj years is to be performed this year the Tourcoing Choral Society, assisted by musicians from Paris. The oratorio, L’Enfance de Saint Jean le Baptiste,” is the work of Rota Rinaldi, of Milan, whose musical education really lasted only one ye
May 30, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Chorus Girl's Catch.

Chorus Girl's Catch.

Mr. Reginald Webster Halberlin, a young City man, said to have income of £14.000 a year, has been married to Miss Vena Galt, revue actress. He made seven proposals of marriage, and witnessed her performance in Rats one hundred times. Masefield Tragedy. John Masefield’s new trage
May 30, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA.

THE ERA.

PLAYERS. The Joan Denver*.’ It is rather a pity, from one point of view, that the Interlude Players cannot claim the credit for the original production of this play by Frank Stayton, for their performance of it last Sunday evening, at the King sway Theatre, was the best entertai
May 30, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
What a Pal

What a Pal

There is probably no man in the theatrical game, or profession, as it is also known, who has more friends than v. ohan. actor, longer able work. but nti mat Oilmn’s l)egiiiniiig>). recvived pension a week. One day. however, Cohan was advised that the netor was working in some pr
May 30, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England