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" weStS tfrUDIOB Woodfieldroa 'Phona: 1_ ’Bu* 98, 81. 46. WMtbourn* Park Licensed ann< lessee and klanaaer. WILPRBO K. BOYCOTT

" weStS tfrUDIOB Woodfieldroa 'Phona: 1_ ’Bu* 98, 81. 46. WMtbourn* Park Licensed ann< lessee and klanaaer. WILPRBO K. BOYCOTT

(laU Manafer lor Kreialer, seven yean). tOENCy m minutes from L.C.C. M RIB“SLET, A.8.A.M.. at aboT# Studios. . Special afternoon classes ar. being held, 2-4 o'clock, for inatruoiion ting and playing film*. Music from large library Isni lor home study. Cinema experience given and
July 4, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
“SALLY’S COME BACK”

“SALLY’S COME BACK”

Sung by MISS ELSIE DENHAM. “A N’EGG, SOME N’HAM, AND A N’ONION” Sung by THE ANARTOS.
July 4, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Lyceum Opera Seaton

Lyceum Opera Seaton

The C»rl Roam Opera Company will give Puccini’s “Madam Butterfly for one week commencing Monday next. The name part will be played alternatively Evelyn Birks and Josie Fearon. Stag* Classes Guildhall School. • The Guildhall School of Music have decided to open a class in Septemb
July 4, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
“RULE A WIFE AND HAVE A WIFE" Renaissance Theatre Production.

“RULE A WIFE AND HAVE A WIFE" Renaissance Theatre Production.

July 4, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Dick Francis.

Dick Francis.

the Emp re, Kingston, last week. Dick Francis concluded n lonp engagement as principal comedian in Our Cabaret.” KnjoTing holiday this week at Southsea. Dick is now available for similar offers for production, with pantomime to folios'. Frank E. Franks. Playing with The Times la
July 4, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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July 4, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Wellington Street Washington. . had interesting chat the pther evening with Jack Hylton in his drobaing-room the Alhambra, where he

Wellington Street Washington. . had interesting chat the pther evening with Jack Hylton in his drobaing-room the Alhambra, where he

and his band lore playing n six weeks' With three bands running in prent demand, is one or [the busiest of musicians, but there no evidence flurry about him. nor indeed any sign that his have changed him fiom the quietly-hi>okcn, nonchalant personality knew of old. Ho showed a c
July 4, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DAISY TAYLOR

DAISY TAYLOR

VKR9ATIL* SCOTTISH ARTISTS ••SAMS TO YOU” Juno SB. Hippodrome, Coventry
July 4, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
To Company Promoter* and Other* FOR SALE The Valuable Freehold Property known as The Coliseum Theatre, COVENTRY, together with the

To Company Promoter* and Other* FOR SALE The Valuable Freehold Property known as The Coliseum Theatre, COVENTRY, together with the

RETAIL SHOPS, OARAGE, DANCE HALL, and CAFE. The building has a magnificent frontage of over 300 fta buHt in Doulton Ware, and situate at the comer of JORDAN WELL and WHITE FRIAR STREET, one of the most thickly populated and important positions in the City. The Property comprises
July 4, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CROYDON EMPIRE HMiry •• LARKS.*’ 'ms'su" Inclurtlnl—

CROYDON EMPIRE HMiry •• LARKS.*’ 'ms'su" Inclurtlnl—

July 4, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England