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THE E H A. W. ROWLAND S BOOKING CIRCUIT.

THE E H A. W. ROWLAND S BOOKING CIRCUIT.

THE W. ROWLAND S BOOKING CIRCUIT. COMPANIES IMrMTEO. WANTED. Hifftaclaa* Attractions- D P THEATRE. BASTHOUBNB. Dec. 3. 10, Jan. 14, 28, on. GAIETY THEATRE, HASTINGS. No*- 26. Dec. 3. 10, Jan. 21. Feb. 4. on. PLRASI/RE GARDENS. POLKKSTONB. Nov. 19, Dec. 3. 10. Jan. 21. 28. Fob. 11
August 22, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Lady Wyndham’s Party,

Lady Wyndham’s Party,

Lady Wyndham came over from Brighton with Sir Charles Seymour. She looked extremely well in black with a cloak cloth of gold and big black hat. Miss Dora Fellowea Robinson was with her husband. Major LJoyd-Goring, and wore a very smart frock pal© lavender satin veiled in peach o
August 8, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FAMOUS CLOWN DEAD

FAMOUS CLOWN DEAD

66 years Al Miaoo, llie tlie Clowns, made millions lanijlt. .Mid now has cheated of his desire play until th> tain.” This * merriment who had painted Imp. face with white and carmine since he was and who had been with 50 tin died in his 79th year of the ‘par; which three years a
August 8, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
The Stock Company is presenting “The Christian at the Theatre Royal NORTH SHIELDS. The Cat and the Canary.” under the

The Stock Company is presenting “The Christian at the Theatre Royal NORTH SHIELDS. The Cat and the Canary.” under the

directorship of Mr. T. C. Mray. Ie being presented at the Opera House, BUXTON, this week. The programme at the Hippodrome includes the pictures and turns. At the Theatre Royal, DEWSBURY, the Alfred Denville stock company is presenting the drama. “A Broken Heart.” Fred Reine (a s
August 8, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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THE ERA;

THE ERA;

TftEToI^OIMrABROAD?! Cables * Telegrams: Telephone; '■ Dawroont," Londoo. Gerrard 6160 ■ DAWS I 8 EAGLE PLACE PkcadillyCircus.S W.l Wgn THE . I ftNDVARIETY PASSENGER ftGENTS. I Passages booked by Ait Luies. (No booking Fees.) American Theatrical Newspapers. lt» | Passports and V
August 8, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AGNES CROXTON

AGNES CROXTON

Coma—c/o 1.V.T.A., Empire, Johannesburg
August 8, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ABSORBING INTEREST to all who possess it. Handsomely 'Bound, 1,300 Pages.

ABSORBING INTEREST to all who possess it. Handsomely 'Bound, 1,300 Pages.

ORDER NOW! The “ERA” Office, 35, Wellington Street, Strand, W.C.2. Price 25/« Net (by post 26/-), “Who's Who in the Theatre’* is invaluable to all Interested in the drama, from whichever side of the footlights one’s interest is focused. —The Referee.
August 8, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON SYNDICATE HALLS. PROVIDING CONTINUOUS ENGAGEMENTS FOR ARTISTS AT THB MOST IMPORTANT VARIETY THEATRES IN THE LONDON AREA. GENERAL

THE LONDON SYNDICATE HALLS. PROVIDING CONTINUOUS ENGAGEMENTS FOR ARTISTS AT THB MOST IMPORTANT VARIETY THEATRES IN THE LONDON AREA. GENERAL

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES-25. CHARING CROSS ROAD. W.O. Telephone Nos.. Gerrard and 2619. Calls for Monday, Aug. 13,1023. LONDON PAVILION. C. B. Cochran’s Production, From Dover Street Dixie.” BRIXTON EMPRESS. Rehearsal at 12. w Listening In.” NEW OXFORD THEATRE* C. B. Cochran's Pro
August 8, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HOWARD HE£UT

HOWARD HE£UT

Before Royalty. Lieut. T. W. Sollitt, conductor of th< Legion of Frontiersmen Military Bam Squadron), writes enthueiasticallj of the reception accorded Feldman .number: when played at Uichmond Carnival and (!.« opening of Wandsworth’s new park, both of which engagements royalty
August 8, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England