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A Mistake.

A Mistake.

On ihe other hand, actor must lie subservient to the producer. I always think it is a terrible mistake for a producer not to use the brains his own company. That is to Isnv. to leave the actors more or
May 2, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
“A Working Girl *’ ii re«M of Uagktcr and tear*, fall of rich clean fun, and, in a word, tnio

“A Working Girl *’ ii re«M of Uagktcr and tear*, fall of rich clean fun, and, in a word, tnio

Norman Lev sliow. The comedians are of the beat, headed bv Kni* Mayne, who, supplied with ample material in i>evcrul character i . penonnlions. romuelled conitant laughter. Hia Old Joe is and fruity i>iece of acting. A pretty little loro atory i U uj through the revue. liorothv
May 2, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Lily Long.

Lily Long.

Back in Town after most suc-j provincial tour, including two weeks in Ireland, Lily Long returns to the West Fnd on Monday week, to o)>en at the Alhambra. Up the River Company. Mrs. Israel Davis, of the Pavilion, Marble Arch, is thanked for jhaving so kindly bought the Glaxo and
May 2, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FROM THE PROVINCES

FROM THE PROVINCES

iCenttm*** ECHHOLM R THEATHE. O. M . Mf. Arthur W. B«U.—Mr. Belt persist* kerr with sdmirmble roarsfe sod »rprssiable success his repertory venture, his devoted bend plejrers e<« Ibis week Home welt in their production •*TK« Genie/’ Galsworthy's three act play. It e remarkably c
May 2, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
IN PREPARATION P26 THE PLOTTING FOG

IN PREPARATION P26 THE PLOTTING FOG

P32 SINISTER MISTER lOSO
May 30, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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MISS VALENTINE OROE.

MISS VALENTINE OROE.

Miss Valentine Orde’s pro gramme Wigmore Hall showed her to violoncellist who takes her art seriously. May Reger’s Andante and Variations not the work appeal to evenbody, for though undoubtedly wellmade it is somewhat dry. 4 Miss Orde played it with air o' believing in it thorou
May 9, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
1837

1837

Era. London, SATURDAY, MAY n, 1025. I’honea : •J546 and Recent
May 9, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA

THE ERA

MY HOLIDAY TRIP TO AMERICA. ; By RENEE RIANO. When leave London I shall pair—which had the golden cull*.** America and make tram*- It was amusing *• stunt.'* Continental tour motor-cur. Whether 1 won or not I not I shall go to Ari&oua, whore the know; hut think 1 did. Cave Citie
May 9, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MR. CHAS. HENRY.

MR. CHAS. HENRY.

At the tlrand, Birmingham, on Monday last, the above Producer staged his 33rd Harry Day Revue HEADLIGHTS," which comes to town at l-lnsbury Park, on Monday next. Mr. Henry also holds the unique record of producing three Revues in the short period of eight weeks, namely—" Notions
May 23, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
musician* wantsd.

musician* wantsd.

• • VTKD. B«njoi«l double ' inetrunii'nl, Hout ll Couet. ' wwkei audition next weiia, *, . Terracu rood, H. llack . * • PIANISTS for Scaoid®. , . idcr*. UeiM., ’OlliaU, Drama. *' read. M’Ol 1.0 OUCIIKBIRAL AND AC.KKCy, . y llouh**, ei<e«*l**r b«|uan‘, W.C \j NTKD. Ori-h. l*»ttni
May 23, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England