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DECEMBER 23, 192.1. MUSICIANS WANTED. ANTED KNOWN. FOR ORCHSRTRAS, DANCB BANDS, MUBICIANB. VOCALISTS, ETC. A;O L L O ORCHESTRAL AND

DECEMBER 23, 192.1. MUSICIANS WANTED. ANTED KNOWN. FOR ORCHSRTRAS, DANCB BANDS, MUBICIANB. VOCALISTS, ETC. A;O L L O ORCHESTRAL AND

CONCERT AGENCY, VICTORY HOUSE. LEICESTER HOC ARE. W.C.2. DIRECTOR OF MUSIC: K. A. VAN BIENE. Interview- dally. MBs. VAN BIENE. Telephone ; Regent 3494. Sundays and Night Phone: Chiswick 14*2. MUSICIANS' WANTS. Kno«n, Plmid ,*uW Ilk. K.t in tourh -hi, l „mm.r mil Hat Mtu Sam- , n
December 23, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA WANTID TO HIRE.

THE ERA WANTID TO HIRE.

WANTKD la Let, Bekearul Theatre reome. four (Uooe. from U. hour. we.iTHRRHBYM, J. rtrect, Ntraiid. W.C.t r*l : Ocrrard Ml. «ll- HIMK, Plrture. . ..u Frrt*. Larpre «>r Orrbe>tra«; HU, I. If. w. H. I'IMIKFORU. «•. Relit)M*ou-riM«l. rlupiitiiii Jtuir.. W. WA&TBD to Let, Rehearsal K
December 23, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SUNNY HAVANA UKELELE BABY DON’T WORRY WE’RE ALL JOLLY GOOD FELLOWS

SUNNY HAVANA UKELELE BABY DON’T WORRY WE’RE ALL JOLLY GOOD FELLOWS

Sung by Miss FLORRIE FORD WHY DON’T MY DREAMS COME TRUE SAVE YOUR SORROW BOUQUET Sung by Miss ALETA TURNER WHY ARN’T YEZ BATIN’ MORE ORANGES Sang CHRISTO AND STRAND
December 23, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WHY 1 AM GOING TO AMERICA.

WHY 1 AM GOING TO AMERICA.

DU One thing that travelling has dune lor me make satisfied with my own country. It breaks my heart almost think that I have keep having it gel the wherewithal to live. I have already been round the world more than once; and 1 have always been glad to get back London. The smell
December 23, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
go abroad,

go abroad,

no offer work might have come to this country. It not possible, however, for one always wait until* something turns up: not human; it is not the.British spirit. Then again, if you wait till the last minute for offer \ou have do the kind of work you are asked to do, not what you
December 23, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
REG. BOLTON

REG. BOLTON

Princip*! C«m«tflan. Rabin Hood," PRINCES THEATRE, BRADFORD. All Corns., 1, Overstrand Mansions, 5.W.11. ’Phone—Latchmcre WE THREE 81‘SIR BKLMORF. DOROTHY BKLMOKE VERA VKRE. THE PALLADIUM. W. VACATION. T.R., NEWCASTLE
December 23, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
IRIS & PHYLLIS

IRIS & PHYLLIS

Tha Star Juvenile EnterUlnato, in Songs at the Piano and Up-to<dalo Comedy Character Studies. SUCCESS IN SOUTH AFRICA AND AUSTRALIA. OFFERS INVITED FOR REVUE. P.A., 2S, Brluswoith Street, AttorclifTo. ShefhcM.
December 23, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Jimmia Pullin.

Jimmia Pullin.

the Empress. Brixton. last week, dimmie Ihillin. the Blackpool iavourtte, took ttp the principal • part in a and proved moat successful. .linimie re'uains with the show until Evans • eturns from patonume. ticantlng af A«»ntt. The •* Era learns that the V.A.F. Bill for the Nation
December 23, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
** ll’t PanUmlmt Tima."

** ll’t PanUmlmt Tima."

** Tima." fewer iliau 112 will staged ami down the hi* year, and although *omo theatres not putting on the tradiiionnl there is quextion King Pantonume having de Toaesl. as some writers have suggested. few >ea*ons ago. Drury Lane, the Lyceum and the Hippodrome wore die chief home
December 23, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Once a Tumbler.

Once a Tumbler.

Once Tumbler. Billy Rego. who i* now ap)H-aiing Mercenary Marv the Hip|iotlronie. started his piofe*sional career a* a tiimbler. with the act Klmo and Hego. 1913 went Australia bn- 20 weeks’ engagement with Kickard* Theatre—and -loved, bi years! Afterwards he went to Sontli Aftie
December 23, 1925 - The Era - London, London, England