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CONCERT PARTIES ON TOUR A MODE. May 7. Palace, Stamford. APOLLO MINSTRELS. May 7. Cinema. Bovey Tracey. ARABIA. May 7.

CONCERT PARTIES ON TOUR A MODE. May 7. Palace, Stamford. APOLLO MINSTRELS. May 7. Cinema. Bovey Tracey. ARABIA. May 7.

Co. op. Hall. Bingley; I 14. South IVe. Pier. Southsea. AUTO SIM JESTERS. May 7. A<*. | Rooms, Chester. .CABARET KITTENS. THE.-'May 7. Pavilion Cardens. Bognor; 14. Pa-.'dock I Gdns., Guildford. .CHEER VABLES. May 7. Bohemia, Bread- CONCORD. May Rock Kerry. 00-0 1M STS. THE CO.)
May 9, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CONSTERNATION

CONSTERNATION

Something is the matter with my Programme —it is not Pulling.” LET’S ALL GO ROUND TO AUNTIE MAUDIE’S The Great Chorus Song AT THE BOBBED-HAIR BABIES BALL The Funny Fox-Trot Ditty THE FLAPPERS BALL The Song Fox-Trot to make Laughs ALICE (Where art thou ?) The Great New Humorous O
May 9, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
T HE

T HE

May 9, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DOLCE CARIELLO

DOLCE CARIELLO

The Anglo-Tfelinn Sontfeti-eM. Playir)g Lead In “FROTH" PALACE, HALIFAX Next, CARLISLE P.A.—154, Kennlngton Road, 8.E.11 CHRIS SILVESTER Character Comedy, “PATSY ’* This Week, PALACE. CORK Coma.—E. J. Bonner aH. W. Wisland, 32. Whitcomb Street, W.C.2 T H E E R A. MASTER DAVID WE
May 9, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ARE YOU GOING ABROAD? PASSENGER AGENTS. Hooked by Ail Ijaes. (No Hooking Fees.) American Theatrical Newspapers. Passports and Visa. Haggage

ARE YOU GOING ABROAD? PASSENGER AGENTS. Hooked by Ail Ijaes. (No Hooking Fees.) American Theatrical Newspapers. Passports and Visa. Haggage

Stored. Letters Received Free of Charge. Cables & Telegrams: Dawmont,” London. moil i,ona(j DAW’S Telephone: Gerrard 8 EAGLE PLACE PiccadillyCircut,S W.l THE THEATRICAL AND VARIETY
May 9, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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IMMEDIATE CASH ACCOMMODATION THE PROFESSION Cash advanced same day applied for in sumi from £5 to £l.OOO lowest rates. Call,

IMMEDIATE CASH ACCOMMODATION THE PROFESSION Cash advanced same day applied for in sumi from £5 to £l.OOO lowest rates. Call,

write, or phonelambtons limited. 16, Green St. Leicester 54.1 Tnone—Gerrard
May 9, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
GEORGE BOLTON

GEORGE BOLTON

En route to South Africa. \f R. LESLIE STRANGE. * Burlesque Character Studiee. On Tour. \|R. ALFRED LEONARD. The Violinist. Rep., George Bar■ v, 28, ColvilJe-sq.. Bayswater. W. \JR. SANDY POWELL. Empire. Hackney CONN KENNA (Kenna Bros.). Hippo., Wigan. CASANI, ~ Principal, Casan
May 23, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA.

THE ERA.

THE ERA WANTED ADVERTISEMENTS. theatres, companies, artists, and MUSICIANS, Ac.. WANTED, ALSO MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES THREE LINM^,... 8 X«. 64 ?PRBPA A jSf II,IONAL displayed lines, each .... Is. Od artists, musicians, and others THReIS ENQAOBMBNTB i. 04 ?P?EPA A ,S? ITIONXt 64.
May 23, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ERNEST R. ABBOTT’S CO.

ERNEST R. ABBOTT’S CO.

WANTED, to follow Sunderland, June 4 and 11, Auk. 6. and on» Our now play, The Child Thou Gavast Me,” is a sure winner. Can be played separately or in conjunction with our repertoire of bright, attractive pieces. E. R. ABBOTT. 32, Leazes Park-road, Newcastle. Next, T.R., Sunderl
May 23, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CHAKSLEY OPERA CO.

CHAKSLEY OPERA CO.

WANTED, for the above company, Principal Soprano and Principal Baritone, for summer tour. Must be experienced in the standard Apply, stating absolute lowest terms and experience, to GEORGE RHODES, General Manager. This week. Hippodrome, Selby. Next, Alexandra Palace Theatre, Woo
May 23, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England