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Dick Tubb.

Dick Tubb.

Dick Tul>b arlivc rphe«r«al now revue, written himself, entitled Dreams.” which will presented bv Lew Lake Birmingham next Monday. The cast includes Dick Tubb himself. Winifred W’ar<l. Ted Marcel, Bruce Kin*. Vera Rochdale. Kathy Buckle and James Lester** ** Dream Girls.” The wh
November 4, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Ilißli

Ilißli

November 4, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE PALLADIUM. THE ACTUAL PARIS PRODUCTION OF THE “FOLIES BER6ERE REVUE”

THE PALLADIUM. THE ACTUAL PARIS PRODUCTION OF THE “FOLIES BER6ERE REVUE”

November 4, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
9-49 ISLINGTON EMP. 9-9 A Naval Shaw, arttfi Muak: ** SC INKS SO ROAMS."

9-49 ISLINGTON EMP. 9-9 A Naval Shaw, arttfi Muak: ** SC INKS SO ROAMS."

November 4, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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Gttrga Hurd. turn is always worst turn from the point view of the performer, hut probably there was never a more nerve wracking instance of it than when George Hurd, the Australian juggler, was called upon to set the l>all rolling and the cue* dancing l»efore Their Majesties the
November 4, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA WHAT IS BEING PLAYED. AND WHERE.

THE ERA WHAT IS BEING PLAYED. AND WHERE.

Were Seventeen,” ami ** Close Mv Arnlf. ,, With the advent of the colder, weather and the darker eveniugn there appear indicatioM« greater activity in the danrinß generally. Mr. George Chester, proprietor aud maitairer of the Hall. ha« to Katisfactory crowds alt through the summ
November 4, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A Papular Cambinatian.

A Papular Cambinatian.

Among the well-known dance orchestras who hav been adding to their enviable reputation during last three a half years are Teddy Desmond's .Savannas the Danse. Dennistoun. Glasgow. With this band vocal items arc feature, and just now '* W hen You and I Were Seventeen a favourite.
November 4, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE BEST PRINCIPAL BOY SONG OF THE YEAR! CHICK, CHICK, CHICK, CHICK, CHICKEN

THE BEST PRINCIPAL BOY SONG OF THE YEAR! CHICK, CHICK, CHICK, CHICK, CHICKEN

{LAY A LITTLE EGG FOR ME) SUNG BY BILLY LEONARD AND NORA DELANEY
November 4, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OLA boy, what a girl!

OLA boy, what a girl!

my dreams are of you. in the summer. Y um-tum-tum. know someone loves me. baby looks like me.
November 4, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England