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May 4, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MORE POPULAR THAN EVER , THE - THREE RASCALS Presented by CHAS. O’DONNELL. Last Week HOLBORN EMPIRE AND Islington EMPIRE.

MORE POPULAR THAN EVER , THE - THREE RASCALS Presented by CHAS. O’DONNELL. Last Week HOLBORN EMPIRE AND Islington EMPIRE.

THIS WEEK CABARETS FOR VACANCIES, LONDON ONLY, Ask CHAS. O’DONNELL, QUEEN’S HOTEL, W.C.2
May 4, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Birmingham West End Ballroom. Delightfully appointed and pleasingly illuminated is the West End Ballroom, Birmingham, the latest ballroom to opened

Birmingham West End Ballroom. Delightfully appointed and pleasingly illuminated is the West End Ballroom, Birmingham, the latest ballroom to opened

that city. The West End,” which is about a minute's walk from the G.P.0.. is, like the Cinema adjoining, a I’.C.T. property, and is under the management of Mr. H. C. H. i Dicker, with Mr. Harold Quincy as assistant manager. The dance music is provided the Pasadena Dance Band, a
May 4, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WANTED for Revue, rehearse Oct. 31 (for touring revue) jazz band, firstclass men (double-handed preferred): Saxophones, Trumpet. Trombone. Trap Drummer,

WANTED for Revue, rehearse Oct. 31 (for touring revue) jazz band, firstclass men (double-handed preferred): Saxophones, Trumpet. Trombone. Trap Drummer,

etc. Apply 11.30 to-morrow (Thursday) morning. Mr. Henry, Second Floor, The Irish Club, 28, Charing Crossrd.. W.C.
October 19, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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NOW IS THE TIME TO COMMENc V. TO GET READY FOR THE SEASON. DO NOT PUT Win, BEING TOLD THAT YOU HAVE II , EXPERIENCE. WE WILL GIVE V<V THE EXPERIENCE YOU LACK. WE HOLD ORCHESTRAL CLASSIC EVERY MORNING FROM 10.30 Til 12.30 AND TUESDAY AND Till I*n DAY EVENINGS FROM 6 TILL CALL AND
October 19, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSICIANS’ WANTS.

MUSICIANS’ WANTS.

WANTED, Re-Engt. high-cl.-m Musical Director (Organist ami Pianist). Brilliant performer lK»tb instruments and Orchestral Conductor; Lon don or Midlands preferred. Interview by appointment. M.D., c7o Mrs. Jackson, 13, Mosley-st., Burton-on-Trent.
October 19, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WANTED, Engt. by MUSICAL DIRECTOR, Experienced first-class Leader and Solo- Violinist. M.D., 83, Hlgh-st., Brighton, WANTED, Kngt. by Musical Diurtur

WANTED, Engt. by MUSICAL DIRECTOR, Experienced first-class Leader and Solo- Violinist. M.D., 83, Hlgh-st., Brighton, WANTED, Kngt. by Musical Diurtur

(Violinist), thor. exper. theatre, variety, cinema; close fitting; library. Box 320,“ The Era.” WAN'TED, Engt. by Showman/Coiulue tor and Orchestra, including Leader and Drummer, three of the finest showmen In the business from the Sunday League Concerts; cun make a big success
October 19, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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NELVA ’Cello and Drums. Engagement wanted. Single or Double, SITRUK London or Abroad 67. Athlone rd., 5.W.2. .Strea The selfir dance band. Refined hand of fi first-class musilians. Now open for engagements, seri?* br odd dates. Augmented if required. No Thursdays vacant. C. A. St
October 19, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England