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OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND.

OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND.

Full size Stage, capable of staging the largest productions. Run on first-class business lines. One of the Prettiest, Compact and most Cosy Theatres in the Provinces. Full Orchestra (12—all professional musicians); 7 Dressing Rooms with all modern conveniences, hot and cold wate
August 15, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BOROUGH OF FALMOUTH.

BOROUGH OF FALMOUTH.

Applications are invited for the Leasing OF THK PRINOEBB PAVILION, CYLLYNCDUNE PLEASURE CARDENS, Concerts, Theatrlca's and other purposes (accommodation 600); and also for the TEA HOUSE, at CYLLVNCDUNF. CARDENS. ANl> THE Bathing Beach Rights. Tenders should sent lit September .3
August 15, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
The Best Actor.

The Best Actor.

One more catchpenny competition for the best actor.” If acting is an art, how can a plebiscite decide more than the popularity a pretty chorus girl, whose pride perhaps has its reflex in the unknown anguish of distinguished, but disappointed, actress? It is wicked of newspapers
August 15, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
♦ Bonus tax free.

♦ Bonus tax free.

U S, Theatres. Theatre business in New York is very slack. Only about 18 plays are showing, and it is said that some of these are approaching the danger-point, in box-office receipts, it would not ( be surprising to find the total still further diminished in the near future. Of
August 15, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
by Lois La Couriadec, in four acts, which has been put on by Charles Schauten at the Folies Dramatique as

by Lois La Couriadec, in four acts, which has been put on by Charles Schauten at the Folies Dramatique as

independent direction. This piece, dealing with the same delicate subject as Les Avaries,” of Brieux, is announced as having been played thousands of times in the United States, and even endorsed by the Catholic Church party in Belgium. The Mortal Kiss” warns a young man of, the
August 15, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
The Round-up 1 at Hammersmith

The Round-up 1 at Hammersmith

The Round-up at Hammersmith John Lester’s company, in ” The Round-up,” which has been meeting with great success in the provinces, was the attraction at the King’s. Ham mersmith, last week, and full as it is of mirth, melody, and much clever business, met with a hearty welcome. H
August 15, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FMPIRK (rehearsal 11). (Continued from Paae 14.) tells him that, as ills Derby Day. her Lew Lake Dre»ent« Splinters 1923."

FMPIRK (rehearsal 11). (Continued from Paae 14.) tells him that, as ills Derby Day. her Lew Lake Dre»ent« Splinters 1923."

a,^ a lon ? sequence of revues the boss has given her a holiday, and la- HANLEY GRAND THEATRE (rehearsal, DERBY Hippodrome reverts to variety. An ments the fact that she cannot join the 1.30) Ralph and Bob Vedras, Billy Ben «onipany includes B.lly Bennett, throng going Epsom way
August 15, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
(EMPIRE, WOOD GREEN

(EMPIRE, WOOD GREEN

MLLE. OLGA
August 15, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NOT SOLELY REPRESENTED GENE GERRARD

NOT SOLELY REPRESENTED GENE GERRARD

The Surpassing Comedian of the Surpassing Show.*' KING'S SOUTHBEA All Corns., KEEVES & LAMPORT THE EMINENT PIANOFORTE VIRTUOSO, NOT SOLELY RKFRESEN I ED. P.A.— 204, Avenue Road, Acton Town SAXSON BROWN ™ Entirely new turn, IncluOinn Human BrMge, Human Anvil. Great Competition. S
August 15, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England
 
In Hmr Latest PAVILION. QLABQOW WILL FYFFE

In Hmr Latest PAVILION. QLABQOW WILL FYFFE

SCOTTISH CHARACTER COMEDIAN. HIPPO., PORTSMOUTH Next, HIPPO.. SOUTHAMPTON Agent—TOM PACEY Manager-R. B. MA3BEY
August 15, 1923 - The Era - London, London, England