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BUSINESS MANAGERS 31KS S A V 1 L K,

BUSINESS MANAGERS 31KS S A V 1 L K,

BUSINESS MANAGERS S A V 1 L K, PERTH THEATRE. Address till Aug. 12. B,Wes .gate-road, Beckenham, Kent. AUTHORS AND COMPOSERS. 1 “COD RECITATIONS AND SNAPPY PATTER BOOK.” Latest, Greatest, Rest. Comedian’s Yelling Patter. Potty Poems, Screaming Monologues, Breezy Stories, etc., 2/
August 10, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WANTED, Brilliant Violin Leadern with Library, Repetiteurs, Pianists, ’Cellists and Contrabassists, to register for Atlantic Liners; also Violinists combining Saxophone.

WANTED, Brilliant Violin Leadern with Library, Repetiteurs, Pianists, ’Cellists and Contrabassists, to register for Atlantic Liners; also Violinists combining Saxophone.

Banjo or Drums, ’Cellibts combining Saxophone, Banjo or Drums, Bass combining; Trombone Saxophone. Only applications from strictly sober and gentlemanly instrumentalists considered. No uniforms worn or ship’s articles signed. ALFRED RIEBB, NATIONAL ENTERTAINMENT ASSOCIATION, 22,
August 10, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MILITARY BAND. SHARP PITCH

MILITARY BAND. SHARP PITCH

WANTED, the following first-class Musicians, who are willing to travel anywhere here or sbroad. Plenty of work for the right men. No fancy salaries, but money certain. Oboe, doubling Saxophone preferred. First-claee Clarinet, doubling fiddle. TEDDY MORRIS'S BANDS. Tenor Sax., do
August 10, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SPECIALISTS IN DANCE & STRAIGHT.

SPECIALISTS IN DANCE & STRAIGHT.

COMBINATION; PIANO, SAXOPHONE. VIOLIN, BANJO AND DRUMS. VOCAL NUMBERS A SPECIALITY, PERCY BRUETON AND HIS AMBASSADORS’ BAND. SCORING GREAT SUCCESS AT CASINO BALLROOM. SKEGNESS. WANTED KNOWN. OPEN FOR GOOD OFFERS, AFTER SEPT 17. ALL AGENTS PLEASE NOTE. ALL COM MS. TO PECRY BRI ET
August 10, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
44 Blue Skies” Breaking Records.

44 Blue Skies” Breaking Records.

It claimed bv Messrs. Archie de Boar and Clifford Whitley, who are responsible for Blue Skies,” tho successful Cabaret- Revue at tho Vaudeville Theatre, that this entertainment established two records for tho theatre at one performance last week. This w-aa on tnc Monday afternoo
August 10, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
“ One Dam Thing After Another.M

“ One Dam Thing After Another.M

One Dam Thing After Another. Mr. Charles B. Cochran has refused a definite imitation of taking the entire revue. One I>am Thing After Another M America. Wnat he proposes to do. however, is to personally produce the show in New York next November, using numbers from the present Pa
August 10, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BERT FELDMAN’S COMPANIES.

BERT FELDMAN’S COMPANIES.

BLACKPOOL. Tower Circus : Winifred Hammond. Marjorie Avona, Nellie Basnett. Jack Edlin. Victor Lodge. Alex Sheahan Reg. Moore. Central Pier Kiosk : Will Lento, James Ray, Lesbia W® r d. James Purser, Ivor Dexter.— Albert Terrace: Reuby Sunshine. E. J. Harold, Jack Lennox, Billy
August 10, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
One Insertion ...

One Insertion ...

August 10, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Agent: JULIUS DAREWBKI. KEN. DOUGLAS

Agent: JULIUS DAREWBKI. KEN. DOUGLAS

Principal Comedian, " THE WONDER SHOW." Aug. 8, HIPPO., PRESTON. Aug. 15, WINTER GARDENS, MORECAMBE.
August 10, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CONCERT PARTIES.

CONCERT PARTIES.

A LA MODE.—Au£ 8, Pavilion, Pwllheli. ALFORD MASON’S PIERROTS.-Aug. 8, Pav., Sillrlh. APOLLO CP.—Aug. 8 Beach Pav, Falmouth. ARCADIAN FOLLIES-Aug 8, Arcadian Pav. Morecambe. ART AND ROMANCE.—Aug. 8. Albert Hall. Stafford ARTIKTIQUE.-Aug. 8. Pavilion. Port Erin. USE IT TO KEEP WA
August 10, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England