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AT HAMMERSMITH PALACE.

AT HAMMERSMITH PALACE.

This singularly well-named revue, presented by Thos. F. Con very, is great success laughter-raiser. Johnny Kavanagh, in variety of parts, dominates the whole with his droll personality and knockabout fun. His speciality dance with Angus Wattson is excruciatingly funny. Tcddio ti
September 17, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DREAMY CAROLINA Melody Waltz MEMORIES OF DEVON Wire!*" Waltz Favourite YOU DIE IF YOU WORRY OJB Comedy Hit SAM SAT

DREAMY CAROLINA Melody Waltz MEMORIES OF DEVON Wire!*" Waltz Favourite YOU DIE IF YOU WORRY OJB Comedy Hit SAM SAT

WITH SOPHIE ON THE SOFA Comedy Fmx-Trot Saccete
September 17, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
GOING STRONGER THAN EVER FRED DUPREZ in MY WIFE’S FAMILY The Funniest Play in the World (And don*t mean MAYBE)

GOING STRONGER THAN EVER FRED DUPREZ in MY WIFE’S FAMILY The Funniest Play in the World (And don*t mean MAYBE)

Broke All Twice Nightly Records Last Week at the Grand, OLDHAM and is among the Leaders in all other Theatres visited First Vacancy February 2nd next and various onwards Once or Twice Nightly. For vacant dates apply either NELSON KING, 43, ST. MARTIN’S LANE, W.C.2 Direct to Fred
September 17, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
H. W. ROWLAND’S BOOKING OFFICES.

H. W. ROWLAND’S BOOKING OFFICES.

WANTED, High-class Attractions. D.P. TIIEATKE, EASTBOUUNE. Apl. 7, May 15 (3), 26. June 9. GAIETY THEATRE. HASTINGS. May 19. 26. June 2, 9, 16 (3). P.G.T., FOLKESTONE. May 12 (3), June 2, 16, 23. 0.H.. TUNBRIDGE WELLS. May 19. 26. June 9, 16, 23. PLAYHOUSE, CABDIFF, Twice Nightl
March 12, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MUSICIANS’ WANTS. WANTED, Engt. by Violinist, theatre and cinema (P.C.T.) exp., al?o late Moss Empires; town cr seaside. Pars.: 1.

MUSICIANS’ WANTS. WANTED, Engt. by Violinist, theatre and cinema (P.C.T.) exp., al?o late Moss Empires; town cr seaside. Pars.: 1.

Bexley-square, Grapes-hill Norwich. WANTED, Engt. first-class Violinist, ex. all lines; anywhere. Also Pianiste. Sep. or joint. 94, Dcacon-rd., Kingston, Surrey. Engt. Violinist and Pian“ ▼ ist (lib.), young and smart; fancy prices; anywhere. M.D., 4, Salisbuiy-rd., C urrock. Ca
March 12, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PIANISTE.

PIANISTE.

16. Railing road WA. glrcraidc Mr. BERT DYER, Parson s Recital srlth Song and Music What oilers! Apply Gerard. 1». Wladsor-rd.. Torquay. Devon mAATViIEW ELUOiT. iTI. Tenor Alto. Sop. and Cltrt. Perm *i*s. Phone: Bruton 1100. 19. Buytree-road. Bristol. B.WZ. RfAIJDE EVANS, if! Da
March 12, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A Trio of Brilliant Pianist*.

A Trio of Brilliant Pianist*.

Wo reproduce herewith photographs of throe leading figures in the music publishing business who aro now addi- agfa. v
March 12, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LADY TREE writes. 14-1-30: "My quill has been most beauti/ul/y DYED.' , Mils MARIE BLANCHE writes. 4-1-30: "Many thanks for

LADY TREE writes. 14-1-30: "My quill has been most beauti/ul/y DYED.' , Mils MARIE BLANCHE writes. 4-1-30: "Many thanks for

good work done in 1929.“ LONDON’S E A N G THEATRICAL CLEANERS. , BERR!E Itd JOHN BELL, Manager, Theatrical Dept. CERRARD 9580 (Tuio Lintt) 29, CHARING CROSS ROAD, w ",?l N
March 12, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Stella Taggart.

Stella Taggart.

The popular recruit from the concert stage made a most successful debut in variety two weeks ago at the Pavilion, Glasgow. Stella was discovered by Miss Ella Shields a few weeks ago in Liverpool, and arrangements have been made for her to appear in future programmes with Miss Sh
August 13, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England