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THE ERA MUSICIANS’ WANTS.

THE ERA MUSICIANS’ WANTS.

Change, good all-round . t «»'* WANTKD, Engt., thor. ejper. Relief Pianiste, able to play orch. organ if «ee U ' The Era " ° ' di,tr ' 8011 l>y brilliant Drch. Pianiste (lady) now working nnper Kinema. Keen. Library. Write first instance, Pianiste. c/o Armstrong, 14, Pink-lane.
August 10, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TORNADO BILLY CARYLL —•

TORNADO BILLY CARYLL —•

Successfully Fooling in Harry Slingsby's production, CO." Aug. 8, PALACE, RAMSGATE.
August 10, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
. Fred Co’aman (The Selma Five) should like to have this opportutu you every success with your most drums, which

. Fred Co’aman (The Selma Five) should like to have this opportutu you every success with your most drums, which

consider are the ever used, both for lone and and can confidently recommi all those drummers who are the IDEAL DRUM.’’ Visit your dealer or write for catalogue t«. HE DRUM 64. BERWICK ST.. OXFORD ST. W.l. 'Phone : Recent 3529.
August 10, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LAWRENCE WRIGHT MUSIC CO.

THE LAWRENCE WRIGHT MUSIC CO.

(The Wright House), Denmark Street (Charing Cross Road), London, W.C.2. Telephones; LONDON: REGENT 7841 (5 lines). Telegrams: “VOCABLE, WESTCENT, LONDON.’ Musical Directors and Professional Pianists, write for particulars of our Orchestral or Pianoforte Subscription Clubs.
August 10, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BOBTOCK TOUR.

BOBTOCK TOUR.

BLANTYRE PICTURE HOUSE (ten. 6.30).—D0ra and Billy. IPSWICH HIPPODROME (reh. 11.30). —Allan Russell presents " The More W* Are Together.” IPSWICH LYCEUM THEATRE. - Company booked. NORWICH HIPPODROME (reh. 2).- Herbert Ray presents " Surprises.” PAISLEY RINK PALACE (reh. 12).- Fi
August 10, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NIXON GREY

NIXON GREY

Sciatica," 4. P. Long. COMEDIAN. Aug. Bth, SCALA TH., SOUTHPORT. FREE FOR PANTOMIME. P.A., 1, Kinross Road,
August 10, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
STAN ANNISON

STAN ANNISON

"ONLY « WORKING LAD." Principal Comedian, ■■ NO. NO. NOT YET." Aug. I, EMPIRE, YORK.
August 10, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WANTED for straight and jazz, commence Oat., Violinist with library, doubling Banjo or Tenor Sax; ’Cello, dbl. Banjo or Tenor

WANTED for straight and jazz, commence Oat., Violinist with library, doubling Banjo or Tenor Sax; ’Cello, dbl. Banjo or Tenor

Sax. Piano for dance; Trumpet; Clarinet, dbl. Hot Alto and Sop; Drummer, playing Tymps and Xylophone; flat pitch; must be first-class. Lowest terms, photo, Box 707, “The Era.” WANTED, Violinist, used to playing in trio. Pictures. Evenings onlv. Open at once. State lowest terms.
August 10, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England
 
VMTANTFD immediately, Lady Pianist. ▼ ▼ Hotel engagement, Torquay. Lounge and dancing. Only fully experienced players need write. Also ’Celliste

VMTANTFD immediately, Lady Pianist. ▼ ▼ Hotel engagement, Torquay. Lounge and dancing. Only fully experienced players need write. Also ’Celliste

shortly. Particulars to F. 11. Jepson, The Palace, Blackpool.
August 10, 1927 - The Era - London, London, England