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“CHIMES.”

“CHIMES.”

Rovuc, Book !»y Gilbert Brown; Lyrics by Janies Heard, Harold Bini|>- and Grcatrcx Newman; Music by Paul Anthony. Produced at tho Kinpire. Bristol, on Monday, November 16lh. ‘‘Chimes” ranp info popiil*» favour The Km|*irc, Bristol. lw*for« a packed house, and at the fall the cur
November 25, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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November 25, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LENDING LIBRARY. ALGERNON CLARKE. Proprietor.

LENDING LIBRARY. ALGERNON CLARKE. Proprietor.

The LARGEST, BEST, and CHEAPEST CINEMT LIBRARY. Music selected suit all films iiy EXPERTS FREE OP CHARON. Specimen parcel . Orchestra. 3e.; Piano. So!o or Trio. 2*. 6d., post free. Send your suggested Lists cf Music, wc have 20,000 pieces in stock. Musicians and Vocalists Wanted
November 4, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUIItIAMt' •AMT*.

MUIItIAMt' •AMT*.

WBITBOURNI PARK STDDIM AND AOINCT. RoCHlArMroMl. PaddlMrtm. W.«. ’PfcOM : llAltf* V»l» JJU. -Rm M. «. or Urn* mtootoo tnm WoMboorao Pork DUtlso Uoo—od ooDoolljr b» L.C.C. tad Noumr. WILFRED B. BOYCOTT (lot* Msoaor (or Knlolor, sevoo yoan). WANTED Kaorra. . MAUD RIBBLRT. A.8.A.H.
November 4, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MASKELYNES.

MASKELYNES.

Tim current programme at St. (•eorge’s Hall one of the strongest have seen there. It is headed by Okito. described a-? the living descendant of six generations of magic. presents The Emperor's Royal (*ouri in Pekin, China, and here are seen a series amazingly clever tricks and i
November 4, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE GATE THEATRE SALON.

THE GATE THEATRE SALON.

BERNICE." A Play in Three Act* by liUu'*j>ell. Produced by the Date Theatre Salon on Friday, Oct. 30- Mr. Allen Kennedy. Abhie t annine Keith. Craig .Surrtft Peter tiodfre). Laura Betty Potter. iranret Pierce Molly Vene»a. Opposite the Dnrri(4c Club there unpretentious atreet of
November 4, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DAISY TAYLOR

DAISY TAYLOR

VCRtATILt ACOTTItH ARTISTS Loadinf Lady, WORKSHY ** Nov. t, Pol., Plymouth. PUNCH AND JUDY/* N»*. t, King's, Sewtfw. P.A., 14. Wentworth Mannion«, Hampstead. X.W.B. LESLIE BARKER
November 4, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
EDWARD CRANSTON’S

EDWARD CRANSTON’S

Variety Agency. Eduard Craniton, Gerard Heath, la, Hackvilla St., riceadilly, London. W.l. Telephone Regent 2li<. Telegraphic Addma: Cranergjr. Piccjr, London.
November 4, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
JOHN LESTER’S AGENCY Suite and 7h, 26. Charing Cro*# Road. W.C.2. Licenced the L.C.C. Wire*: Jolester, Weatrand.” ’Phone; Gerrard 5966.

JOHN LESTER’S AGENCY Suite and 7h, 26. Charing Cro*# Road. W.C.2. Licenced the L.C.C. Wire*: Jolester, Weatrand.” ’Phone; Gerrard 5966.

B. MONTAGUE LTD. Shnketpeare House. Leicester Square. W.C.2. Represented New York. Paris, Berlin. Barcelona. Telephone: Gerrard 7817 0952. Telegrams: •’ Ruguttoom. Phone. London."
November 4, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LONDOI THE COLISEUM.

LONDOI THE COLISEUM.

Fnthu.ia>t< of the ballet may each hold different view* concerning which i.. the most delightful achievement of girge Diaghileff's company. Thera eon littlo doubt, however, that among our mo*t precioua memories lln-ir dancing a ill ever the pas de deux of Idaikowsky a* Horlt'qui
November 4, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England