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JOSE BROOKS.

JOSE BROOKS.

corns. : 9, Lodge-road, N.W.B. GERTIE GITANA. March 3, EMPIRE, CROYDON. March 10, HIPPO., GLOUCESTER, At the Piano. Paul Zaharotf. Agent, O. Barclay. 'Phone Speedwell 5256. DAISY DORMER. ’Phene: Reliance 3428. IBS DAVIES WEBSTER. AddreM ; C/o " Th« Era.” HETTY KING. AM corns.: J
March 5, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
OLD FAVOURITES & THE BOX OFFICE

OLD FAVOURITES & THE BOX OFFICE

By CECII There has been great deal of comment the London Press recently as to tli© number of revivals in the theatres during the Chiristmas season. The Daily Express had a lender on the subject, whilst well-known Sunday journal had an interesting discussion on the reasons of the
March 5, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
que Four.

que Four.

tells that is busy • * l,s act, The Unique ' lorr V. mixture n>clodious ukfiring comedy and harder couple of weeks in the act will open in London. Ed.
March 5, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA

THE ERA

GET IN AND TUNE IN ON OUR ‘RISING MARKET” with A LITTLE KISSES EACH MORNINGh uSSfk 1;', Igj LITTLE KISS EACH NIGHT) Fox-Trot
March 5, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ARIETY IN THE CINEMA.

ARIETY IN THE CINEMA.

By VIATOR. Wluu was described Fourth aniversary Stage Production, being !'-\iew in music, song and tableaux, a reducing memories of past pictures • I featuring The Plaza Tiller Girls, 'iw here last week. Like all Mr. amis Mangan’s presentations, it roved excellent show, with som
March 5, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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TO SEMI PROFESSIONALS.

TO SEMI PROFESSIONALS.

fF YOU AUK OUT OF PRACTICE AND NEED SOME POLISHING UP, GIVE A CALL. WE WILL GIVE YOU EVERY ASSISTANCE AND ASSURE YOU OF AN ENGAGEMENT AFTERWARDS.
March 12, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
MARCH 12, 1930. mt * NTED, Engt. «rst-elaBs Uuntcl ortranist: can provide imstrument; . ."'liable. Box 212, “The Era/' •

MARCH 12, 1930. mt * NTED, Engt. «rst-elaBs Uuntcl ortranist: can provide imstrument; . ."'liable. Box 212, “The Era/' •

MED, by Solo Organist, one day per week; Wur, Christie or Corap- I box 20C. •* The Era.** \ by Dance Pianist, evening engts.; reliable, own lib. Clack, .vlan road, W. 6. Fnlham 5830. \STEU, Engagement by Experieueed pjanisto and Yloliolste; seaside or ~ iiotel or cafe. Box 112,
March 12, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA “EVERY MOTHER’S SON.”

THE ERA “EVERY MOTHER’S SON.”

AT THE PLAYERS' THEATRE. Play Winifred and John L. Carter. I'rodneed at the Players' Theatre on Monday, March 10th, 1950. Mary Morris Cecily Byrne William Bromley ... Frank Pettinprell Lily Greaves Nadine March Dick Morris .r.. Bobert Harris Mrs. Morris Nancy Price Mrs. Greaves
March 12, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FUNDS, ETC.

FUNDS, ETC.

Annuities. annuities ACTORS AND ACTRESSES should make provision for OLD AGE OR INCAPACITATION investing the Royal general theatrical FUND, which offers GREATER ADVANTAGES than can be obtained in any Insurance Office. Write for full particulars as to roles, subscriptions, etc. BU
March 12, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
The Viscountess Elibank,

The Viscountess Elibank,

In welcoming tin- guest*, tie Viscountess Elibank said tliat Nine Til! Six was surely a record, and landmark, both in the history of the Theatre and the Woman Movement. With membership of over 10.000 women, drawn from the creative workers and professional classes throughout the
March 12, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England