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ISS MARIE Address : GLOBE THEATRE. W ES COMPTON (VIOLA and ELLEN), Reoertory Theatre, Nottingham. IVJISS ANNIE SAKER. Address (to be forwarded), c/o H- W. Mote, Esq., Jl. Gray's Inn-sq.. W.C.I. \|ISS IRENE VANBRUGH. Tour in S. Africa and Australia. o Dion Boucicault, Esq., 26, Ol
June 13, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Rachel Described

Rachel Described

[ “Those who never saw Kean,” wrote G. H. Lewes, may form very good ‘conception him if they have seen Rachel. She was very much as woman what he was a man. If he was a lion, she was a panther; with a panther’s terrible beauty and undu!la ting grace sflie moved! and stood, i glar
June 13, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COMPANIES WANTED

COMPANIES WANTED

WANTED. First-class Attractions only. COUNTY THEATRE. BEDFORD. June 25. July 30, Aug. 13. on, GRAND THEATRE. LUTON June 25. July 2, 23. 30. Aug. 20, on. NEW THEATRE ROYAL. INVERNESS. Big Attraction Wanted July ,16 (Highland Show Week). Sept. 10. if. 24, on. All bookings must be
June 13, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSICIANS WANTED. Wi&STSUU&NE PARK STUDIOS AND AGENCY.

MUSICIANS WANTED. Wi&STSUU&NE PARK STUDIOS AND AGENCY.

Wood Held-road, Paddington. W. 3 Minutes from Wcstbourne Park Station. 'PhoneMuida Vale 1882. Licensed annually by L.C.C. Lessee and Manager, WILFRED E. BOYCOTT (Manager for Fritz Kreisler for 7 years, and late of Vert’s Agency, Oork-street, W.). XV’ANTBD Known, ▼ MAUD RIBELEY,
June 13, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH. WANTED, Aug. 27. Sept. 24, and on.

NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH. WANTED, Aug. 27. Sept. 24, and on.

DADDY LONG-LEGS. WANTED, Sept. 24. Oct. 1, 15, Address, CECIL BARTH. 37, Kinr street Covent Garden. W.C.2.
June 13, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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THE DOVER ROAD

THE DOVER ROAD

Aug, 27. Nov. 19, 26
June 13, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
KB. BEOINAI.D PAUL

KB. BEOINAI.D PAUL

pianist of recent years has shown more steady artistic growth than Mr. Reginald Paul. By his playing at his recital in Wigmore Hall he now establishes his right to place ; in the front rank of the younger men. [ His sympathies are wide, as his pro-1 gramme showed. Jn a group of
June 13, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Olga Netheraole’a Return.

Olga Netheraole’a Return.

Arthur Roberta Batter. There is much to b© added to the When Mr. Arthur Roberts was reannouncement that Miss Olga Nether- moved to Charing Cross Hospital, as sole will shortly appear in an after- recorded in our issue of last week, his noon performance of The Writing on case see
June 13, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Sappho and Carmen

Sappho and Carmen

were two characters in which she succeeded greatly there, but when she brought them to London for season they not prove acceptable to her old friends. Miss Nethersple was a wonderful war worker, and otherwise greatly interested in the work of the League of Health. She has a cha
June 13, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
03, . 1923,

03, . 1923,

June 13, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England