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• CE OP CLUBS”I /\. DANCE ORCHESTRA. Engage us and be delighted. All Comma, Frank Richardson, 12, Bnrleigh-st., Strand, W.C.2.

• CE OP CLUBS”I /\. DANCE ORCHESTRA. Engage us and be delighted. All Comma, Frank Richardson, 12, Bnrleigh-st., Strand, W.C.2.

Tern. Bar 7054 and Paik 7118 (private).
February 19, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
By L. HENDERSON WILLIAMS.

By L. HENDERSON WILLIAMS.

f.,1 but she b not fully in fGcosse.is was oboist in the Bliss work mannor par pomowton it. and h.-r'lomh in tin. to nunmutoo that that part » M “* ,h » prog.ram.no. In tlmso ffiot” littl.' Bari. piw» didiiatod r,ndnr,.d » any ..•ho.« and hor to Anna was lanifiitably .could desi
March 5, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Nm« TMI Six.

Nm« TMI Six.

Sirs. Charles It. Cochran’s production Nine Till Six the Apollo Theatre lias created tremendous amongst all the fashion houses. J*arties of mauneqiiuvs. Baicswoni<*u. <*4c.. been coming from all the large .vtoroa and oorturaiers’ to see the abow. hut the biggest customer to date
March 5, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Robert Sutton.

Robert Sutton.

Wo are reminded Robert Sutton Browne that were in error stating that he was making his stage debut in “ Appearances the :Royalty Theatre this month, as he was supporting Mother and Dad (Browne land La Velle) during their season in Australia. Derby. Subscription Fund. An Actors'
March 5, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
The New Star Mirth Maker JENNY HOWARD Aided and Abetted by PERCY KING THIS WEEKPALLADIUM and METROPOLITAN next- HWPO., LIVERPOOL

The New Star Mirth Maker JENNY HOWARD Aided and Abetted by PERCY KING THIS WEEKPALLADIUM and METROPOLITAN next- HWPO., LIVERPOOL

Arrangements Complete Businv* Manager : Joe Shoebridge, Foster’s Agency
February 19, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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coining at the Theatre Royal. Bury, ibis week, where Miss Ward renders this song to delighted audiences. Harry Shalson is

coining at the Theatre Royal. Bury, ibis week, where Miss Ward renders this song to delighted audiences. Harry Shalson is

heard in fine repertoire of songs; at the Empire, Birmingham, this week, and his biggest hits include Honey and Singiu’ in the Rain.” Harry is now on tour with Paris Life ” Revue. Appearing at the London Coliseum this week, Trevor Watkins takes the place by storm regularly with
March 5, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HOLBORN EMPIRE.

HOLBORN EMPIRE.

Rhythm Wheels,'’ the words of-posite the names of Mary and Krik the programme, is hint of noiahic acmeveincnt in enchanting gioeetulncHS. VValtaes that are lovely enough when danced in shoe leather become still more soft end atlicato when these two glide in oisjiers circles roun
November 12, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
[3IIS3DANVERS CHUBBY I

[3IIS3DANVERS CHUBBY I

[3IIS3DANVERS CHUBBY NOV. 10, EMPIRE, LEEDS. I*,A< i Memvai®, Otorton Lane, Stockport. Nov. 17, HIPPO., SOUTHAMPTON.
November 12, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
B GEORGE JACKLEY NEW PRODUCTION. " FANCY FREE.”

B GEORGE JACKLEY NEW PRODUCTION. " FANCY FREE.”

GEORGE JACKLEY NEW PRODUCTION. FANCY FREE.” Nov. 10, EMPIRE, NEWPORT Nov. 17, EMPIRE, BIRMINGHAM. NO SOLE AGENT. P.A., *6, Tooting Bee Cardens, 8.W.16. Pnone» «treathawi me NAT and JOY JACKLEV NEW PRODUCTION. •• PANCY FREE.” Nov. 10, EMPIRE. NEWPORT. Nov. 17, EMPIRE, BIRMINGHAM.
November 12, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
EN OSBORNE & ELLIE PERRYER

EN OSBORNE & ELLIE PERRYER

•PHONE: ROONEY 2784. Ptfm.» lO. Lo*» Wall:. a.£ FRED KITCHEN “MAKING WHOOPEE.' Nov. 10, PALACE. PLYMOUTH. Nfev. 17. HIPPO., EIRMIHftHAM. TOMMY LORNE "LAUGHS." NOV. IQ, EMPIRE, SHEPHERD’S BUSH. Buoinese Manager: Eikan Simons. HI ■ WILLFYFFE OHORtOTCR OOMCDIAN. H**. IC,-HIPPO., NE
November 12, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England