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r PHE FLORAL INSTRUMENTAL TRIO (Iris, Pansy and Myrtle;, The Versatile Child Musicians. coins., 54. Aldborough-rd.. Seven Kings. I L

r PHE FLORAL INSTRUMENTAL TRIO (Iris, Pansy and Myrtle;, The Versatile Child Musicians. coins., 54. Aldborough-rd.. Seven Kings. I L

Y N D O N. The Popular Comedian. Well up in burlesque and concerted. Vacant, C.P. or Revue- Offers. 63, Kent-st., Portsmouth.
August 1, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
iThe Super Optimists.

iThe Super Optimists.

The Super Optimists at the Pier Pavilion. Ray, continue to draw big audiences daily. Mr. Frank Terry, as manager, producer and star artist, has done much to bring this | company to the high level it now | The show is particularly strong in comedy, and Os. Battve do.*s |very well
August 1, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FUNDS, Etc.

FUNDS, Etc.

Annuities. ANNUITIES. ACTORS AND ACTRESSES •bonld make provision for OLD AGE OR INCAPACITATION investing in the ■ROYAL general THEATRICAL FUND, which offers GREATER ADVANTAGES than can be obtained any Inonranee Office. Write for full particvlars as to rtUee. subscriptions. Ac.,
August 1, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ACADEMIES AND SCHOOLS.

ACADEMIES AND SCHOOLS.

/THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF 'A- MUSIC. (Incorporated by Royal Charter. 1883), Prince Consort-road. Sontb 1 Kensington. B.W. Patron, His Majesty King. President. H.H.H. the Prince Wales, K.G. Director, bir Hugh P. Allen. M.A., D Mos- Hon. Secretary. George A. Macmillan, Xtq.. D.Lltt. f
August 1, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AUGUST 1, 1923 iovenden’s British Grease j-(,cst paints manufactured at aur Factory. Guaranteed pure, colours pertKt. folio wing Colours: jr

AUGUST 1, 1923 iovenden’s British Grease j-(,cst paints manufactured at aur Factory. Guaranteed pure, colours pertKt. folio wing Colours: jr

Carmines. are alio producing I Um PE,ICILS BIJTTE,! '. Th * * can b * oblaine,l 3,1 High-Claii Hairdressers, Chemists, &c. LIMING PENCILS, various shades, 4Jd. per stick The New Tivoli Theatre ■ STRAND, W.C.2 - < Through the courtesy of T. F. Dawe, ; Esq., vve have received the
August 1, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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A Bill Agreed.

A Bill Agreed.

Bill Agreed. After protracted opposition an agreement between the opposition and promoters of the Performing Animals Bill was ratified in Standing Committee of the House of Commons, and a very modified, but agreed. Bill was ordered to be reported to the House. Further proceedings
August 1, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Seductive Southport.

Seductive Southport.

There can be no doubt,** writes a correspondent, that the. popularity erf Southport is due to the foresight and enterprise the Corporation in providing all kinds of amusements. To theatrical and variety companies it is a number one town; at the beautiful Opera House the visitor
August 1, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Standing Room Only.

Standing Room Only.

When we called at the Islington Empire on Monday evening we found the House Full boards out. Tty attraction this week is High Heeli and Stockings,” featuring Ja*k Gallagher, Albert Darnley, junr., Billy and Doris Harley, &c.
August 1, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Back at Derby,

Back at Derby,

Ernest Vincent, the popular manager of the Derby Hippodrome, who has been away during the past [weeks assisting in the managemei the King’s Theatre. Dundee, whi«h is under the same control the house, has returned to resume his duties at Derby.
August 1, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Dick Ray Presents The 1923 Edition of Kick OFF." A New Revue in Eight Scenes. Featuring DICK RAY. MAUD HUGHES. FLORENCE THURSTON. JOHN CULLEN.
August 1, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England