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TMfANTED, FIRSTOLASS REVUE

TMfANTED, FIRSTOLASS REVUE

MONDAY NEXT. Hin.podr'vme, Dover. Wire. Cohen and Barnard. 19. Charing Crossroad. Playlet. Phone, Ldn. Regent 782. EMPIRE GATESHEAD W.VPTRE. SUNDERLAND. WANTED. First cl aos Attractions. Jnlv 16. 30. HARRY ESDEN. Cranbonm Man-'iions. Cranbourn-street. London. CROYDON GRAND THEAT
July 4, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRES WANTED.

THEATRES WANTED.

SEYMOUR HICKS presents hie great Lyceum Theatre Succe^ "OLD BILL. M.P.,** Bruce Bairnsfather. WANTED, July 30, August Holiday and Autumn Dates. WEST-END PRODUCTIONS AND THEATRICAL OFFICES. 18. Charing Croea-road. W.C A TM BOOKING BUREAU. WANTED Known. Enquiries invited from Memb
July 4, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
The LEAGUE of NOTIONS

The LEAGUE of NOTIONS

The most Stupendous Spectacular ReVue of the Year, Can be seen this week, HOLBORN EMPIRE; JULY »th, EMPIRE, CROYDON. Apply :
July 4, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MME SPEHA-NZA CALO

MME SPEHA-NZA CALO

Mme. Speranza Calo, the Greek singer, learnt the folk-songs of native country from the shepherds in the Peloponnesian mountains. She lived with them, studying their lives and their songs, sleeping at night in cabin on the mountain-side and by day roaming the pasture-lands with t
July 4, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

THEATRICAL GOSSIP.

Hawtrey’s New Part—Entertainment Tax Revision Dizzy" and the Drama— '' Belle of New York Composer Dead. Sir George Dance Entertainment. Tax. DimnatUed. Tt, Notice has been iriven by the Chan- the first time, far any one Congratulations to Mr. George b « h^r hia inten .| to know,
July 4, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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“ Garden of Allah.”

“ Garden of Allah.”

Garden Allah.” H Hamilton Stewart will tour this autumn The Garden of Allah,” by Mr. Hobert and Miss Mary Anderson—by arrangement with Drury Lane, (Limitedl The production will equipped with all the original effecUs, including cartels, horses, mules, donkeys, sheep and goats. Sir
July 4, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
“ Magnolia.”

“ Magnolia.”

Magnolia.” Booth Tarkington’s latest play, originally known Cunnel Blake,” now bears the above title. Leo Car rillo has dropped his Italian accent for a Southern one, and played the principal part recently in Atlantic City, delineating a poetically-inclined descendant Southern fi
July 4, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MASTER

MASTER

BLACKPOOL’S PIECE THE BRAND THEATRE, Proprietors. The Blackpool Tower Co,, Ltd. General Manager, Geo. H, Harrop. Acting Manager. Thoa. ACKNOWLEDGED ALL THE {RINCIPAL THEATRE IN TOWN. THEATRE WHERE AIL ME. GEORGE EDWARDES’ MUSICAL PLATS ARB STAGED. hig.'il rb* audience RECORD hav
July 4, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Foursomes.

Foursomes.

OXHBY—H. W. Beveridge and A. Stey (3 and 1). 1; J. B. Anderson and A. Chalmens (2 and 1), I; H. D. Marshall and F. Vesper (6. and 5). 1; C. E. KuanH and A. ROm, 0; J. R. Star man and A. E. Phelps (8 and 6), 1; total, 4. OTAGB.—Fred Leslie and Phillip Simmons. 0; Basil Ftwter and
July 4, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Z«IBEI< ACTION SETTLED.

Z«IBEI< ACTION SETTLED.

County Council and a Cinema, libel action brought Sir Percy Simmons, ex-Chairnian of'the L.C.C. and present Chairman of the Theatres and Music Hall Committee of that liody, against the ‘‘ Saturday Review,”, Ltd., and Herbert Reiach, Ltd., has been settled, the terms of settlemen
July 4, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England