This is a new stylo entertainment with music by Noel Vincent, who adopts just the right method. Law- < rence Wright, Bert Feldman being dnawn upon, and additional lyrics by Bud Flanagan. After Ann Terry has opened the ball with Cheer up and Smile” with rousing chorus. Bud bounce
Feature the HURRICANE HIT MONICA HARKV *=* (PICCOLO PETE’S FULL BROTHER) By PHIL. BAXTER, Writer of ‘Piccolo Pete’ AN f ARCHIE BLEYER’ ARRANGEMENT WITH OPTIONAL HARMONICA FEATURES. ANOTHER NOVELTY—THE FAMOUS NAUTICAL COMEDY HIT ARRANGED AS A 618
Owing to the fact that Mr. Raymond Massey is forced to undergo opera tion ho is leaving the cast of *‘ Man in Possession,” and his place wi.l bo taken' by Mr. Owen Nares, on Aug. 4. Mr. Nares is at present playing “Desiree” at tho New Theatre, but tho management has very kindly
Much gratification felt by tho proprietors of the New Theatre, Northampton, and its general manager, Mr. E. R. Rogers, that its clientele in cverincrcasing numbers make the journey this beautifully arranged theatre from the comparatively distant districts Kettering, Wellingborou
Phil Cork writes mo that every thing is going swimmingly with the Metronomes at Shanklin, 1.0. W., and all the boys arc as enthusiastic as over. They had a vorj successful season Sherry’s, Brighton, and followed that with a nine weeks’ visit to the Strand Restaurant, Edinburgh.
Dominion Theatre. Iho of the Opera,” soon here last week, had dolighfcful stage presentation to pm cih- it. This was called Dreams ol Terpsichore,” and was beautiful dancing phantasy with several wellknown .stars and the Dominion corpx •If ballet, staged and produced under the s
CREWE TO WONDERFUL BUSINESS 300 West End and Popular Plays Six Tons Scenery—Everything Carried OPEN TO CONSIDER FIRST-CLASS THEATRE FOR SEASON OCTOBER ON All Comi. to Pi-SCY H. HOLMSHAVV Tbi. : H.M. Theatre, WALSALL Neil; New Oprra Hoiue, KIDDERMINSTER