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THE ER A r

THE ER A r

"THE ERA” LETTER BOX. A tmprd addnutd Enwlap* m’ul wllh •ppluKdioit/or rmtk LtUtr. No circulars or pnrnh lo thit Lud. or omission can be made this List aftrr 12 noon Wednesday. Wmmi torching all necesnary cart, do not hold_ ourielves responsible for any loss sustained in Mr. Rri
August 22, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
“ Light of My Eyes.”

“ Light of My Eyes.”

Light of My Eyes.” An interesting story the new vocal waltz, Light of My Kyea,” which Feldman's are publishing. The number was composed Miss Katherine Reeves, who *von the £5OO prize in the Daily Graphic competition. Miss Reeves, who Is now twenty, has been blind from the age of‘
August 22, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ER A.

THE ER A.

August 8, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA

THE ERA

Frank Major. Praia* due io Ibe Syncopated and a clever chorus and dancer*. _ „ METROPOLB—L., F. Picture* an«l Variety Syndicate- 0. M . Mr . William A Rea; A. if., Mr. H. I). Frutin: Mu* D.. Mr. Richard Hudson. I— 'Hie musical revue. *’ Ttie Heal HiuiT.* is excellent fare. Georu
August 8, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

THE DRAMA IN AMERICA.

Midsummer Inactivity—“ What Women Do?” Pir.ns the Playgoers—An Actors' Hospital—A New “Movie” Circuit (FROM ‘THE ERA ' SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.) NEW YORK, July theatres in the same building for these midsummer davs the use of the company. A number! said lo 1.0 at atan.lslill sc of
August 8, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
11 Scenes and Screams,’*

11 Scenes and Screams,’*

Scenes and Screams, ’* Jackson Owen has evidently found winner in Scenes and Screams which is at the Queens, Poplar, this week. The show ia well put on, with the comedy in the safe hands of Jackson Owen, who secures laughs in abundance. The ■how is well booked np by Archie Pitt’s
August 8, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LONDON VARIETY THEATRES. THE COLISEUM

LONDON VARIETY THEATRES. THE COLISEUM

Musical comedy has been enjoying so strong a boom that the Coliseum may proud of having won over one of its chief glories. That Sir Oswald Stoll should able to present Jose Collins us nn act is proof of the power of variety. iThis idol Daly’s, the Gaiety, and 'the Prince’s is pr
August 8, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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■cainal tK* UMulti Uln«M to maintain noon oppotite, aound digcation and porfact health. At tka firat of anything wrong abould taka Beaoham'a Piila. They promptly claanaa tha ayatom. purify tha blood, alimulati livar, atrangthah lha dlgaation and yaatpro haaltky appatitp, tKaraby
August 8, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
.K.—Aug. 10, Pekoe, Chester.

.K.—Aug. 10, Pekoe, Chester.

►NE lO. , grand. IfansfteM: ITTPaUca. East ON THE BOUNCE.-Aug. 8. Grand. Plymouth. ON THE DOLE.—Aug. 10. O*. More* cambe; 17. Hippo., ON THE PANEL.—Aug. 10, Tivoli. Hull; 17. Hippo., Aldershot. WITH THE LAUOHTEB.-Aug. 3. Hippo., Darlington. OUR CABARET.-Aug. 10. Palace, Camberwe
August 8, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HAPPY HASTINGS.

HAPPY HASTINGS.

Captivating Noreena Feist is with *' Poppies Co. at the Pier Pavilion. HMtingo. and has nothing but prame lor her budget winners from the House of Hits. She reports that her two outstanding solo are '* Jealous" and " HioMiosippi Moonlight." while that gem of melody, ** Let Me th
August 8, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England