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BOSTOCK TOUR.

BOSTOCK TOUR.

BLANTYRE PICTURE HOUSE.—Mon.. Tues.. Wed. (reh. 5.30). —Herman and COLCHESTER PLAYHOUSE (reh. 11.30). —Percy H. Holmshaw presents ” Speed and Sparkle.” HAMILTON HIPPODROME (reh. I). Jimmy Law and his Six Supremes, Neil Sydney. Six Jolly Jack Tars and Company as Booked. IPSWICH H
May 7, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
“ L'Acheteu*e.,,

“ L'Acheteu*e.,,

L'Acheteu*e. ,, A now piece by Steve Passcur. which will count anion* the most notable the season, has been pro by Mine. Paulette Pa* the Maison TOeuvrc. This is L'Aeheteuae " (The Buyer), three actfi, and the talented actress Madame Simone is perhaps responsible for the 1 succes
May 7, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
AT LIBERTY

AT LIBERTY

Phone: Enfield 2170. BRISTOW. TOURING COMPANIES, •"«*. P* OMlt LCM tor WIMrtNMM.
April 16, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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April 16, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LIST OF BARGAINS.

LIST OF BARGAINS.

Baritone Saxophone and case, flat pitch, £2O. Bass Clarinet Buffet, and case, flat, £l5. Oboe Loree, in case, sharp, £l5. Alto Saxophrsie and case, flat, Albert, £2O. Tenor Saxophone and case, flat, by Albert. £25. Also others. Write for list. 17, Green-st., Leicester-square, W.
April 16, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Colonel), Mr. David Manners (us Raleigh) and Mr. Charles Gorrard (as Mason) wore perfect representatives cf the parte. Mr. Garrard

Colonel), Mr. David Manners (us Raleigh) and Mr. Charles Gorrard (as Mason) wore perfect representatives cf the parte. Mr. Garrard

I ■thought the weakest member of the company and much of the dry cockney fun of the batman is missing in the film. Congratulations to everybody concerned. Journey’s End great and glorious picture, which will follow tlie play all over the world.
April 16, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Mr. Rhodes Parry’s Reply.

Mr. Rhodes Parry’s Reply.

In replying the toast, which was received with musical honours, the Chairman expressed his thanks for the nice things said about him. had been connected with the Vaudeville Club, continued, for more than thirty years ami had always found them U»e host of good fellows. He went on
April 16, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE E WANTED TO LET OR HIRE.

THE E WANTED TO LET OR HIRE.

THE WANTED TO LET OR HIRE. WANTED Let. Rehearsal Booms. IDA LILLB, 79, New Ox ford-street, W.C.L WANTED Let, targe and small Bebearsai Rooms; pianos. Frank Perry, 31. GoLden-square, Piccadilly-clrcus. Regent 5896. WANTED to Let, Rehearsal Theatre Rooms, five pianos, from 1/- hour
January 8, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FOR SALE.

FOR SALE.

BRITISH NATIONAL OPERA CO. Large quantity of flats AND WOOD WINGS in good condition at £5 per load. Apply to Johnson, Dymond & Son, Ltd.. 24;26, Great Quccn-strcct,London, W.C.2.
January 8, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ROYAL SURREY THEATRE, BLACKFRIARS ROAD, S.E. TENDERS ARE INVITED FOR RENTING THIS Y. The THEATRE, which has seating accommodation for

ROYAL SURREY THEATRE, BLACKFRIARS ROAD, S.E. TENDERS ARE INVITED FOR RENTING THIS Y. The THEATRE, which has seating accommodation for

I.COO people, lias tiuutaga to Blackfrial's-road of (i 2 leet, return frontage to passage way of icet, Approach from Waterloo Bridge-road, and occupies GROUND AREA 17,b00 square feet Adjoining the Theatre is FREEHOLD PROPERTY WATERLOO HOAD, which has frontage thereto of feet, an
January 8, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England