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MUSICIANS WANTED.

MUSICIANS WANTED.

WANTED. MUSICIANS & ORCHESTRAS tor CINEMAS. HOTELS. CAFES. RECEPTIONS. DANCE HALLS A PRIVATE ENGAGEMENTS, to Register Permanently. FREE AUDITION TO ALL ARTISTES. SCOTT & SCOTT, LIMITED. Orchestral, Concert & Variety Agcnta, 75. Kingswav. W.C.2. Phone : Holborn 4011. Hours 10—5;
January 15, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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January 15, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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January 15, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ly L. HENDERSON WILLIAMS

ly L. HENDERSON WILLIAMS

manners and mentality of the honest burgher of 1724 and you have a mixture which might have passed as a masque but which only the most confirmed /an could stomach as' opera to-day. Except, of course, from the educational standpoint, which, we take it, was Mr. Stuart’s intention.
January 15, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Dramatic Discussion,

Dramatic Discussion,

The professional matinee of Illusion” the Everyman will take plueo to-morroM- (Thursday), and will folloMcd by a discussion on the author and his work. Leslie Frith is going open the debate, Mademoiselle M'ill also speak, and J. T. Groin will be in the chair.
January 15, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
R. G. W. BOTELL.

R. G. W. BOTELL.

Theatre’s Biggest Money-maker. How much money would you say the play has made? ” I couldn’t give you exact figures. But .I’ll say this: it is the biggest money-maker the theatre has ever known. It has not been off the road since it was first produced; at one time, fewer than for
January 15, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
T [3 ERA “THE ERA” LETTER BOX, addrtutd envelope mutt be enclosed with application for eaih Letter. No circulars or

T [3 ERA “THE ERA” LETTER BOX, addrtutd envelope mutt be enclosed with application for eaih Letter. No circulars or

parcels admitted to this List. No addition tr omission can made this List alter 12 noon Saturday Whilst exercising all necessary care, do not hold ourselves responsible for any loss sustained in connection with ** The Era ' Letter Box. Ackerman. Mr. Arthur Asche, Mr. Oscar Aster
January 15, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
WHITBREAD’S ALE & STOUT

WHITBREAD’S ALE & STOUT

IN BOTTLE. BREWED from the FINEST MALT and HOPS and WELL MATURED. For Name of Nearest Agent apply to : CHIEF OFFICES: BRITANNIA ST., GRAY’S INN RD., LONDON, W.C.I. ••IS THERE NOT A DOUBLE EXCELLENCY IN THIS" Merry Wives, Act 3, Sc. 3.
January 15, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Wimbledon Park Caddies' Dlnnsr.

Wimbledon Park Caddies' Dlnnsr.

One of the most interesting.events in 1 annual programme of the Wimbledon I’ark Golf Club is the Caddies j)i . r _ a t which the members do the waiting” and also provide tb© programme. There is strong professional flavour about the Wimbledon Park Golf Club, so that the entertain
January 15, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
GasUn Palmer.

GasUn Palmer.

Gaston Palmer, the famous comedy juggler, Who has spent most of his time in recent years on the Continent, was given a warm welcome the Holborn Empire. Last week was at tho Palladium. After the show on Saturday evening Gaston departed for Basel. Ho returns her© in April next to
January 15, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England