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BUSINESS MANAGERS.

BUSINESS MANAGERS.

M R J H L E,
August 24, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUNICIPAL ORCHESTRA, PUMP ROOM. BATH.

MUNICIPAL ORCHESTRA, PUMP ROOM. BATH.

WANTED for Winter Season commencing October 3, Double Baas and Viola; must have experience of highclass concert and symphony programmes. Apply, stating age, previous experience, and enclosing copies of reoent testimonials to— Jan Hurst, Royal Prince's Parade, Bridlington. WANTED
August 24, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A Premonition.

A Premonition.

Harry Claff, who has recently returned from an American tour, told a member of “ The Era staff a remarkable story of Ernest Ball’s premonition his own death. They were appearing at rival cinemas :« Los Angeles, and met in the same programme charity matin&e. Hearing that Cliff wa
August 24, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
EDINBURGH

EDINBURGH

LYCEUM. —M.D.’s, Messrs. F. Wyndham, George T. Minshull and Charles Gulliver; A.M., Mr. Leonard Clarke; Mus.D., Mr. Albert E’. Burke.—The Weetlan Productions, Ltd., bring “The Ghost Train** Edinburgh this week. The cast includes Arthur Young in a strong performance of Saul Hodgk
August 24, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
** Tbs One-Eytd Hsrrinfl.”

** Tbs One-Eytd Hsrrinfl.”

To-morrow (Thursday) the newly'deoor«4od Wyndham’s Theatre will be opened for a series of plays by M. Lion, with Lieut.-Col. Sir Vrank Young’s joyous cross- puealo: “The One-Eyed Horgrirw.” FoJlowing is the cast: Mrs. Coaoie Kdiss Mr. Paaai dire Currie Holt « ... Henry Hewitt Pa
August 24, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MDLLE. TERPSICHORE

MDLLE. TERPSICHORE

Aug. 22, HIPPODROME, LEEDS. DOLLY & STELLA ST. VINCENT, IN A PROTEAN DANCING ACT. AFRICAN SEASON. HILDA MUNDY Playing Lead In Harry Slingsby's production, GO.” Aug. 22, HIPPODROME, BIRMINGHAM. Aug. 29, EMPIRE. MIDDLESBROUGH. Our Summer has gone to Greenland, so we are olf to the
August 24, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Francis and Day.

Francis and Day.

Francis and Day’s " What Docs It Matter? yet another of Irving Berlin’s wonderful successes—wag produced as a song-scena by Keg Low, during his recent visit to Douglas. Patrons of the Palace Ballropm greatly appreciated the artUtic woirk of Troy Sisters and Helen, and Paul Grab
August 24, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AUGUST 24,

AUGUST 24,

August 24, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Billy Danvers.

Billy Danvers.

The cheery and chubby Billy Danvers is back London again,: and had a very enjoyable week at! the Stamford Hill Cinema last week. Billy is at Deptford this week, and is playing four more weeks in Town. For Panto ho goes to the Alexandra, Birmingham, to play Principal Comedian for
August 24, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England