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Brick Lane. £.l

Brick Lane. £.l

WANTED. Bncrt. Nellie Flack. Repel.; experienced cinema, variety and caM; town* only. 27. Brading-road, Brixton Hill. ’Phone : Brixten 6938 (before 12). •mm/ANTfilTßngt., Misa Peter (’hanipm-y. Tt flrat-claas rep. or lead; London nr near. Hampstead 1827. 2, C'uiilleld Hardens, N
December 21, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WANTED Kiiowo. CHESTER LADBROICE

WANTED Kiiowo. CHESTER LADBROICE

WANTED Kiiowo. CHESTER DANCE BAND. cooibMvatkoa of flvo. hove voconi dates Wedneodayg and Real up-to-date or old-ftjle profframmee (dlnpera. weddinc*. etc.), Bpeciality. Any aadHion. Too moderate. Book early! All con*.. Musical DtruCtor Ladbidke Hall. W.ll. WANTED Known, Hie TArl
December 21, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BOBTOCK TOUR.

BOBTOCK TOUR.

BLANTYRE PICTURE HOUSE (reh 6.30 p.m.L—Frank and Kitty Yorke. GREENOCK KINO’S THEATRE (reb. —Lynmoore Productions preeeat "Film Face*.” HAMILTON HIPPODROME (reh. 1).- Billy Elliott. Mark Griver and fils Band, Two Hollanders. Three Maxwells, The o*Neifl Girls, The Especial*. Clau
December 21, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ARTHUR KLEIN & MARIE DOUGLAS are delighted to announce the great success their act in SOUTH AFRICA. They opened in

ARTHUR KLEIN & MARIE DOUGLAS are delighted to announce the great success their act in SOUTH AFRICA. They opened in

Durban, and received the unanimous praise of the South African Press and Public. FURTHERMORE “IT ALL DEPENDS ON YOU” was REAL HIT, and is being sung amd played everywhere.
December 21, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ARTISTS WANTED.

ARTISTS WANTED.

WANTED. Smart Pupils train for Pantomime Engagements. Frank Perry School of Dancing. 31, Golden-square, Piccadilly Circus. WANTED, ARTIST form double turn with lady Vocalist; Able to play piano and ain«. Box 868, The Bra.” WANTED. Spectacular Cabaret Turns, Saturday evenings. Ar
August 31, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
The Danville Company at Blackburn

The Danville Company at Blackburn

On Monday the Domville Stock Com pany entered on the seventeenth ami last week but one of their second season at tlic Theatre Royal, Black burn. When the idea a stock season was first mooted, the cognoscenti forecasted failure, but the box office returns speak for themselves and
August 31, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DERBY.

DERBY.

HIPPODROME—T. Elder Beam’s revue. Miss 1927,” proves most spectacular affair, some of the scenes, notably ” The Silent Knights ” and Garland of Roses,” being most striking. There is an excellent come dian in Murray Leslie, who receives excellent support from Fred Toozc in a numb
August 31, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
By G. W. BISHOP.

By G. W. BISHOP.

Roguas and Vagabonds. Incidentally my architect friend made 3 realise the change that has taken place in public opinion with regard to the theatre. It is not so long since actors were still regarded in certain quarters, as rogues and vagabonds and theatres as haunts of vice, for
August 31, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HELP FOR DAN ROLYAT.

HELP FOR DAN ROLYAT.

The following subscriptions have been received by Miss Florence 3mithson for the fund to assist Mr. Dan Roly art, to whoso serious illness referred last week : Lily Elsie. £2O. Leslie Henson. John Hart, Billy Merson, 5 gns. Per Mr. David James. £5. Percy Broadhead, 3 gne. Mrs. W
August 31, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SHEFFIELD.

SHEFFIELD.

LYCEUM THEATRE. —M.D., Mr. J. E. B. Boauinoirt. —** N«»hglity Mrs. Cordon” -hore, prosontod 'by Norman Loc (for Wilson li*d.). The principal parts are by Miss Margaret Miss Muriel Martin-Harvey, Mr. Garry Marsh, and Mr. Bertram Wallw; THEATRE ROYAL—R.M., Mr. Thos. B. Woodward; M
August 31, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England